Chickenman's mock draft with trades

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  1. Ian Esplen

    Ian Esplen Registered User

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    NHL MOCK DRAFT -May – With possible trades I could see happening

    1ST RD
    1-Edmonton Oilers- Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Center, Red Deer
    2-Colorado Avalanche- Jonathan Huberdeau, Center, Saint John
    3- Ottawa Senators (from Florida)(1)- Gabriel Landeskog, Left Wing, Kitchener
    4-New Jersey Devils- Adam Larsson, Defenseman, Skelleftea
    5- Columbus Blue Jackets (from NYI)(2)- Sean Couturier, Center, Drummondville
    6- Florida Panthers (from Ottawa)(1)- Ryan Strome, Center, Niagara
    7-Atlanta Thrashers- Mark McNeill, Center, Prince Albert
    8- New York Islanders (from Columbus)(2)- Ryan Murphy, Defenseman, Kitchener
    9-Boston Bruins (from Toronto)- Duncan Siemens, Defenseman, Saskatoon
    10-Minnesota Wild- Dougie Hamilton, Defenseman, Niagara
    11-Colorado Avalanche(from St. Louis)- Matthew Puempel, Left Wing, Peterborough
    12-Carolina Hurricanes- Mika Zibanejad, Center, Djurgarden
    13-Calgary Flames- Tyler Biggs, Right Wing, USA U-18
    14-Dallas Stars- Nathan Beaulieu, Defenseman, Saint John
    15- Edmonton Oilers (3)- Jamieson Oleksiak, Defenseman, Northeastern
    16-Buffalo Sabres- Brandon Saad, Left Wing, Saginaw
    17-Montreal Canadiens- Mark Scheifele, Center, Barrie
    18-Chicago Blackhawks- Tomas Jurco, Right Wing, Saint John
    19- New York Rangers (from LA and Edm)(3)- Sven Baertschi, Left Wing, Portland
    20-Phoenix Coyotes- Vladislav Namestnikov, Center, London
    21-Ottawa Senators (from Nashville)- Joel Armia, Right Wing, Assat
    22-Anaheim Ducks- Joseph Morrow, Defenseman, Portland
    23-Pittsburgh Penguins- Alexander Khokhlachev, Left Wing/Center, Windsor
    24-Detroit Red Wings- Zack Phillips, Center, Saint John
    25-Toronto Maple Leafs (from Philadelphia)- Ty Rattie, Right Wing, Portland
    26-Washington Capitals- Boone Jenner, Center, Oshawa
    27- Toronto Maple Leafs (from Boston)- Jonathan Miller, Center, USA U-18
    28-San Jose Sharks- John Gibson, Goalie, USA U-18
    29-Tampa Bay Lightning- Jonas Brodin, Defenseman, Farjestad
    30- New York Islanders (From Van.)(4) – Scott Mayfield, Defenseman, Youngstown

    2nd RD

    31-Edmonton Oilers- Samu Perhonen, Goalie, JYP JR.
    32-St. Louis Blues (from Colorado)- Nicklas Jensen, Left Wing/Right Wing, Oshawa
    33-Florida Panthers- Rocco Grimaldi, Center, USA U-18
    34- Vancouver Canucks (From NYI)(4)- Ryan Sproul, Defenseman, Sault Ste. Marie
    35- Florida Panthers (from Ottawa)(1)- David Musil, Defenseman, Vancouver
    36-Chicago Blackhawks (from Atlanta)- Shane Prince, Center, Ottawa
    37- New York Islanders (from Columbus)(2)- Victor Rask, Center, Leksand
    38-Nashville Predators (from New Jersey) - Daniel Catenacci, Center, Sault Ste. Marie
    39-Toronto Maple Leafs- Seth Ambroz, Right Wing, Omaha
    40-Boston Bruins (from Minnesota)- Joel Edmundson, Defenseman, Moose Jaw
    41-St. Louis Blues- Phillip Danault, Left Wing, Victoriaville
    42-Carolina Hurricanes- Lucas Lessio, Left Wing, Oshawa
    43-Chicago Blackhawks (from Cal via Tor)- Magnus Hellberg, Goalie, Almtuna
    44-Dallas Stars- Oscar Klefbom, Defenseman, Farjestad
    45-New York Rangers- Nikita Kucherov, Wing, CSKA 2
    46-St. Louis Blues (from Buffalo)- Adam Clendening, Defenseman, Boston University
    47-Florida Panthers (from Montreal)- Connor Murphy, Defenseman, USA U-18
    48-Chicago Blackhawks- Rickard Rakell, Right Wing, Plymouth
    49-Los Angeles Kings- Max Friberg, Left Wing, Skovde
    50- Vancouver Canucks(From NYI Mon)(4)-Matthew Nieto, LW, Boston University
    51-Phoenix Coyotes- Mario Lucia, Left Wing, Wayzata
    52-Nashville Predators- Nicholas Shore, Center, U. of Denver
    53-Anaheim Ducks- Jordan Binnington, Goalie, Owen Sound
    54-Pittsburgh Penguins- Dmitrij Jaskin, Right Wing, Slavia
    55-Detroit Red Wings- William Karlsson, Center, Vasteras Jr.
    56-Phoenix Coyotes (from Philadelphia)- Brett Ritchie, Right Wing, Sarnia
    57-New York Rangers (from Wash)- Stuart Percy, D, Mississauga St. Michael's
    58-Ottawa Senators (from Boston)- Vincent Trocheck, Center, Saginaw
    59-San Jose Sharks- Stefan Noesen, Right Wing, Plymouth
    60-Tampa Bay Lightning- Christopher Gibson, Goalie, Chicoutimi
    61-Vancouver Canucks- Zachary Yuen, Defenseman, Tri-City

    (1)- Ottawa trades the 6 and 35 picks to the Florida Panthers for the 3 pick
    (2)- Columbus trades the 8 and 37 picks to New York Islanders for the 5 pick
    (3)- Edmonton trades the 19, 62 and a 2nd rd pick in 2012 to the New York Rangers for pick 15.
    (4)- New York Islanders trade picks 50 and 34 to the Vancouver Canucks for Pick 30

    Any feedback is great. What do you think?
     
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    i think colorado will take larsson since they already have stastny and duchene at center and then NJ will take Jonathan Huberdeau or Ryan Murphy
     
  3. BostonBob

    BostonBob 4 Ever The Greatest

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    I don't see Boston taking Siemens if Hamilton is still available. However since I fully expect Hamilton to be gone by the time Boston picks I do think Boston will have to choose between Siemens and Beaulieu at # 9.
     
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    Barbadian91 Evgeny Kuznetsov

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    I agree with the Huberdeau pick for the avs. I really wouldn't be surprised to see them take Huberdeau, he is dynamic and can play wing or center so he could fit nicely into the top 6. However I don't see the Caps passing on Jensen or the islanders taking two defenseman in the first round.
     
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    Just a heads up, Ottawa owns one of Chicago's 2nd round picks (presumably the latest, their own pick) from the Chris Campoli trade. As for Sens selections, I think Sens fans would be thrilled to leave the draft with Landeskog, Armia (although I can't see us getting him with the NSH pick without having to trade up), and Rackell. I don't know much about Trocheck.
     
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    I really hope Calgary doesn't target Biggs I don't see him as a top 15 pick
     
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    I can't believe how high McNeil is going in some of these mocks and ratings. Ahead of Hamilton and Murphy?

    I'll be unhappy if the oilers trade up for Oleksiak another guy i think is on the rise for no good reason. I'd rather stay at 19 and take Joe Morrow. I don't know enough about the fin goalie to endorse of condemn that pick but I would be very surprised if the oilers picked a goalie there.
     
  8. twatson94

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    As a Rangers fan, I'd do that trade with EDM, but I wouldn't pick Baertschi. I'd rather have Armia, Khoklachev or Phillips. I think EDM will be drafting in the top 5 again next year and I would gladly take that second round pick. :yo:
     
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    Regina Pat Keep Kadri

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    Landeskog @ 2.
     
  10. YungDankShawty

    YungDankShawty MAGA

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    Wow if the Pens get Khoko and Jaskin I would go crazy! This better come true lol
     
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    Not a fan of the value here. We trade down 4 spots at the top of the draft for #37, and then trade up 4 spots at the bottom of the draft for #50? A trade down from 5 to 8 is worth a lot more than a tradedown from 30 to 34.
     
  12. hawksfan50

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    JURCO and Prince to CHI--- NEVER!!!! WRONG WRONG WRONG!!!!


    CHI has an org need for a 2nd line centre solution ...they have some small centres KRUGER ,PIRRI who are not the perfect type we need there --and they have somne BIG centres FLICK, GILBERT who are 4th liner types...THEY NEED a legit 1st rounmder quality centre ..


    JT MILLER = KESLER clone -that's the ticket!

    AT #36 -I want STEFAN NOESEN (LW)--shotts right but plays the off-wing -a terrific wall player and 2-way player who has speed and size and skill to score both off the rush AND hacking away in the blue paint...SORRY but no L'l SHANE PRINCE ..

    I agree with you at #43-take (G) MAGNUS HELLBERG --unless NIKITA KUCHEROV is still on the board ...IF so --risk on KUCHEROV and try for HELLBERG later in the 2nd by trading the #70+#79 to gert back up into the mid 2nd to mid 50's ..
    OR you could reverse that --take HELLBERG at #43 anf hope to get KUCHEROV later in thye 2nd by trading the 2 3rds up...
     
  13. Draftman

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    You have undervalued picks 3 and 5, and overvalued pick 30. Ottawa and Columbus would need to add more in each of those deals to move up. The Islanders moved to pick 30 last year by trading picks 35 and 58. Picks 34 and 50 would likely get them to pick 27.
     
  14. Pyke*

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    I doubt the Sens would have to give up more than 6 and 35 to go to 3, maybe a 4th/5th or something; but not much more in the way of tangible assets.

    Also, Colorado will likely take Landeskog or Larsson at 2. In which case, Huberdeau would be available for the Sens at 3.
     
  15. AwesomePanthers

    AwesomePanthers Maybe next season

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    It would cost more than 6 and 35 to move up to 3, and not just a 4th or 5th rounder. It'd cost the 21st, or you can keep on dreaming.
     
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    R S @avs_tweets

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    Most ppl forget/don't know that Huberdeau plays BOTH wing and centre...meaning he's not redundant to the Avs @ 2.
     
  17. SwolePatrol

    SwolePatrol Eberle=Clutch

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    The last thing SJ needs at 28 is ANOTHER goalie for their system.

    Think forward.
     
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    In previous drafts teams needed to give up their 1st, 2nd, and 3rd round picks to only move up two spots in the top five picks. To move up 3 spots it would cost a 1 and two 2's, or two first rounders one early and one late.
     

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