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  1. BobMarleyNYR

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    Yes it's way to early for this, and I'm admittedly one of the less knwledgeable posters here, but I'm bored. :)

    Take this for what it's worth... some surprises to make it more realistic (will call this the Blake Wheeler Effect). :snide:

    1. Sidney Crosby
    2. Jack Johnson
    3. Bobby Ryan
    4. Gilbert Brule
    5. Guillaume Latendresse
    6. Anze Kopitar
    7. Tuukka Rask
    8. Alex Bourret
    9. Marc Staal
    10. Benoit Pouliot
    11. Carey Price
    12. Marek Zagrapan
    13. Ryan O'Marra
    14. Ryan Parent
    15. Kenndal McArdle
    16. Jack Skille
    17. Nicklas Bergfors
    18. Jean-Philippe Levasseur
    19. Devin Setoguchi
    20. Vyacheslav Trukhno
    21. Ryan Stoa
    22. Jakub Kindl
    23. Luc Bourdon
    24. Dan Bertram
    25. Alexandre Vincent
    26. Matt Lashoff
    27. Chris Durand
    28. Denis Istomin
    29. Brian Lee
    30. Teemu Laakso

    31. Martin Hanzal
    32. Risto Korhonen
    33. Matt Niskanen
    34. Dan Ryder
    35. Michael Blunden
    36. Patrick Davis
    37. Tyler Plante
    38. Scott Jackson
    39. Vladimir Sobotka
    41. Marc-Andre Gragnani
    42. Jakub Vojta
    43. Alexander Sundstrom
    44. Justin Abdelkader
    45. Morten Madsen
    46. Dan Collins
    47. Ilya Zubov
    48. Brendan Mikkelson
    49. Sasha Grenier-Pokulok
    50. Mikko Lehtonen
    51. Andrei Zubarev
    52. TJ Hensick
    53. Evan Brophey
    54. Oskars Bartulis
    55. Jeff Neal
    56. Tom Fristche
    57. Adam McQuaid
    58. Tom Wandell
    59. Patrick McNeill
    60. Joe Finley

    61. Wacey Rabbit
    62. Jean-Philippe Paquet
    63. Vitaly Anikeenko
    64. Dustin Kohn
    65. Nick Drazenovic
    66. Cal O'Reilly
    67. Anton Belov
    68. Mathieu Roy
    69. Nicklas Hjalmarsson
    70. Christophe Gawlick
    71. Radek Smolenak
    72. Jordan LaVallee
    73. Jeff May
    74. Mike Sauer
    75. Blair Jones
    76. Jeff Frazee
    77. Sergei Shirokov
    78. Steve Downie
    79. Ray Macias
    80. Matt Pelech
    81. Richard Lelkes
    82. Vyacheslav Buravchikov
    83. Cody Bass
    84. Paul Stastny
    85. Stanislav Laszek
    86. Marc Edouard-Vlasik
    87. Cal O'Reilly
    88. Simon Bolduc
    89. Nate Hagemo
    90. Mathieu Aubin
     
  2. Freaky Habs Fan

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    Good job but Pouliot and Skille are to low and Lascek will not go in the first 3 round...
     
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    And theres absolutely no chance Ryan goes before Brule. Unless Bobby Clarke is picking.
     
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    How can you guarantee that?
     
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    Good job on the list. But I think you missed Cogliano. It seems he might go in the late first round. Personally I see Shirokov going later, but who knows someone might take a shot at him. Third round would really be the earliest though.

    Where is Joe Barnes slated to go? He passed on last year's draft, which might bump him down, but he's a good player. I also didn't know Brophey could be going so high. Mid second round is high but he's got good size and skill.
     
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    Rick Dudley already hinted that if Chicago has #2 they will take Brule..
     
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    where, when did he say this? curious
     
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    Got a link?

    Secondly, since when was Chicago given the 2nd overall pick?
     
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    I'm not sure, but if you took team needs into consideration, Levasseur at 18 doesn't work for Montreal. Other than that, everything looks good.
     
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    I edited, he didn't actually say ''Yeah if get #2 we will take Brule'' He just hinted towards it. It was on Shaw BTW.
     
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    Was it the local Vancouver Shaw? Doing a report for the Giants?
     
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    you know this how?
     
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    LaVallee at #72

    I predict LaVallee will go higher; somewhere around 45-55.
     
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    I suspect Bartulis > Gragnani (although there isn't a tremendous gap), but one guy can always go higher than expected if one team likes him enough.
     
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    Fristche will go higher.
     
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    No Mike Gauthier in the top 90?
     
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    Serious injury may scare some scouts, but if he can come back and play well in the playoffs he'll be fine.
     
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    I see Brule falling because of his size. Maybe, maybe not, but I'm sure the hawks want a forward, so you're probably right.

    Pouliot, IMO, might slip to 14th

    I know Stan Laszek won't go in the 3rd, but I wanted to make things interesting.

    I didn't specify teams, so 18th isn't necessarily the habs.

    Yes, I did forget Cogliano, sorry. I don't think he'll go 1st round though... I think 35-45.

    No Mike Gauthier in the top 30, no.
     
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    If the Blues pick at 17, I like it Bergfors and Zubov. I could see the Blues taking Stastny in the 3rd though.
     
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    Syvret? Because of age will he drop to 4th and below?
     
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    No... like I said, I'm far from an expert. I'm not a Syvret fan, he tried out for us. I wish him all the best, but I don't care for his game. Age means little in this draft because Hensick, LaVallee and Yandle should all go by the end of the 4th, IMO.
     
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    Think so? I've heard great stuff about him. But Danny is much better and went mid-2nd.
     
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    Nice job. I would disagree with a couple of them, but overall good job!
     
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    Paul Stastny 2nd Round for sure....
     
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