Bloodlines?

Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by The Viking Fury, May 21, 2007.

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  1. The Viking Fury

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    Aside from Gillies and Sutter which draft eligible players this year have good bloodlines from former NHL players? Maybe throw in some from next year's draft as well. I ask because recently the caps have been (or seem to be) looking for bloodlines in their picks.

    Sorry if this has been asked already.
     
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    heh, thanks. Knew I should have searched first. And here I thought I was being original
     
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    Bloodlines arent a bad thing but sometimes they can overrate a player. Ryan Sittler, Danny Geoffrion, Brent Gretzky, Brett Lindros and Fedor Fedorov come to mind. Steve Kariya is another guy although I dont think he got a fair shake in the NHL. I just hate the comparisons when it comes to someone's son or brother. It can be disastrous sometimes.
     
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