chickenman's top 61 players/mock draft- jan 23

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  1. Ian Esplen

    Ian Esplen Registered User

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    Mock Draft January 23rd

    First Round

    1 New Jersey- Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, C, 6’0, 170, Red Deer
    2 Edmonton- Adam Larsson, D, 6’3, 209, Skelleftea
    3 NY Islanders- Gabriel Landeskog, LW, 6’0, 205, Kitchener
    4 Ottawa- Jonathan Huberdeau, C, 6’1, 165, Saint John
    5 Boston (from TOR)- Dougie Hamilton, D, 6’3, 190, Niagara
    6 Buffalo- Sean Couturier, C, 6’3, 193, Drummondville
    7 Florida- Brandon Saad, LW, 6’1, 208, Saginaw
    8 Calgary- Ryan Murphy, D, 5’10, 168, Kitchener
    9 Columbus- Duncan Siemens, D, 6’3, 197, Saskatoon
    10 Los Angeles- Ryan Strome, C, 6’0, 183, Niagara
    11 St Louis- Joel Armia, RW, 6’3, 191, Assat
    12 Carolina- Tyler Biggs, RW, 6’2, 210, USDP
    13 Minnesota- Nathan Beaulieu, 6’2, 175, Saint John
    14 Colorado- Alexander Khokhlachev, C, 5’11, 188, Windsor
    15 Atlanta- Ty Rattie, LW, 5’11, 170, Portland
    16 San Jose- Scott Mayfield, D, 6’4, 200, Youngstown
    17 Chicago- Mark McNeill, C, 6’2, 205, Prince Albert
    18 Phoenix- Victor Rask, C, 6’1, 195, Leksand
    19 Anaheim- Matthew Peumpel, LW, 6’0, 198, Peterborough
    20 Nashville- Jonas Brodin, D, 6’1, 165 Farjestad
    21 NY Rangers- Sven Bartschi, LW, 5’11, 175, Portland
    22 Montreal- David Musil, D, 6’3, 191, Vancouver
    23 Boston- Shane Price, LW, 5’11, 185 Ottawa
    24 Washington- Tomas Jurco, RW, 6’2, 193, Saint John
    25 Tampa Bay- Mark Scheifele, C, 6’3, 175, Barrie
    26 Dallas- Rickard Rackell, RW, 6’1, 191, Plymouth
    27 Pittsburgh- Zack Phillips, RW, 6’0, 180, Saint John
    28 Detroit- Daniel Catenacci, C, 5’9, 180, Sault St. Marie
    29 Vancouver- Xavier Ouellet, D, 6’0, 180, Montreal
    30 Philadelphia- Boone Jenner, C, 6’2, 200, Oshawa

    2nd round

    31 Nashville (From NJ)- Mika Zibanejad, RW, 6'1, 183, Djurgårdens
    32 Edmonton- Jamie Oleksiak, D, 6’7, 220, North Eastern
    33 NY Islanders- Myles Bell, D, 6’0, 210, Regina
    34 Ottawa- Vladislav Namestnikov, C, 6’0, 160, London
    35 Toronto- Nicklas Jensen, RW, 6’2, 187, Oshawa
    36 Buffalo- Brett Ritchie, RW, 6’3, 190, Sarnia
    37 Florida- Seth Ambroz, RW, 6’3, 208, Omaha
    38 Chicago (From CAL)- Samu Perhonen, G, 6’3, 175, Jyvaskyla
    39 Columbus- Christopher Gibson, G, 6’1, 200, Chicoutimi
    40 Los Angeles- Michael St. Croix, C, 5’11, 173, Edmonton
    41 St Louis- J.T. Miller, C, 6’1, 190, USDP
    42 Carolina- Phillip Danault, LW, 5’11, 162, Victoriaville
    43 Boston (From MIN)- Matthew Nieto, LW, 5’11, 175, Boston University
    44 Colorado- Lucas Lessio, C, 6’1, 187, Oshawa
    45 Chicago (from ATL)- Rocco Grimaldi, C, 5’6, 165, USDP
    46 San Jose- Adam Clendening, D, 5’11, 187, Boston University
    47 Chicago- Patrick Koudys, D, 6’4, 200, Rensselaer
    48 Phoenix- Shane McColgan, RW, 5’8, 165, Kelowna
    49 Anaheim- Joe Morrow, D, 6’1, 196, Portland
    *50 NY Islanders (from MTL)- Mario Lucia, LW, 6'2, 180 Wayzata HS
    51 Nashville- Dmitrij Jaskin, RW, 6’1, 196, Slavia
    52 NY Rangers- John Gibson, G, 6’3, 200, USDP
    53 Florida (From MTL)- Philippe Hudon, C, 6’1, 185, Choate HS
    54 Boston- Colin Jacobs, RW, 6’2, 205, Seattle
    55 NY Rangers (From WASH)- Oscar Klefbom, D, 6’3, 200, SkÃ¥re BK
    56 Tampa Bay- Nick Shore, C, 6’0, 190, Denver University
    57 Dallas- Dillion Simpson, D, 6’2, 205, University of North Dakota
    58 Pittsburgh- Matej Machovsky, G, 6’2, 191, Brampton
    59 Detroit- Victor Berglind, D, 5’11, 181, Brynas
    60 Vancouver- Jeremy Boyce Rotevall, C, 6’0, 170, Timra
    61 Phoenix (From PHI)-Miikka Salomaki, LW, 5’, 198, Karpat

    * Montreal previously received the pick as compensation for not signing 2006 first-round pick David Fischer before August 15, 2010.
     
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  2. CamDegs13

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    Bruins come up with Hamilton, Prince, Nieto and Jacobs? Wow, yes PLEASE.
     
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    Who cloned Joel Armia? Can they do it one more time so the Ducks can have one?
     
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    That would make for a great day. I don't know if this sounds weird, but I would like for them to take a chance on Jurco if he comes up around their second pick. He with either Seguin or Krejci would be a treat to watch someday.
     
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    Agreed, I'd take Jurco over Prince. I'm a big fan of Jurco. But if Prince were the pick, I certainly wouldn't be complaining.
     
  6. Ian Esplen

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    fixed thanks
     
  7. As a Oiler fan, Im hoping this is how it goes
     
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    As a Nucks fan, I'm intrigued by your selection of Xavier Ouellet and Jeremy Boyce-Rotevall. Can you provide some insight on these two players?
     
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    i cant see the devs passing on larsson if hes available. he fills such a problem area and would be able to play for them next year. theyve also taken a swede in the first round with their past 2 first rounders.
     
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    i also doubt we "rangers" take a goalie 2nd round. we have no big need for one with a world class goalie still in his 20s right now. we took a goalie in the 2nd round in 2007 and it was a disaster. hes not even playing hockey anymore i dont think.
     
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    At this point, I can't see Brett Ritchie going that high.

    It's unfortunate (because he's been playing very well lately), but he just came down with mono and is out indefinitely. Probably means he'll miss at minimum three weeks. Then when he comes back, he probably won't be close to himself.

    Mono in a player's draft year can often be a pretty big blow.
     
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    Whats the story on Brodin? I've seen him ranked pretty high lately but haven't seen a real good scouting report for him.
     
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    I want Larsson, but I would be o.k with them picking RNH or GL, even if they had the #1. I think all 3 are cant miss, and the Oilers need 1 of them. Even with GL being a winger, I think with his drive and maturity at such a young agethat he could go #1 even if NJ picks first.
     
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    Couturier at #6? It's going to be nasty here pretty soon :sarcasm:
     
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    Seriously though, how is Couturier even falling out of the top 4 at this point. There is just no reason for it.
     
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    Couturier should be at least #4 on ALL lists lol. I just think playing in the Q makes him less sexy of a pick then the other 3.
     
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    but somehow playing in the Q is making jonathan huberdeau sexier then he should be, i think its the teardown theory, once you get to the top society wants to bring ya down.
     
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    I hope this isn't the outcome in real life for the Pens I would rather have Namestnikov, or Zibanejad then Phillips. I like you having RNH #1 though!
     
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    Have you ever seen Zach Phillips play?
     
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    idk if im missing his name but you are missing Vladislav Namestiknov, playing for London of the OHL

    EDIT: Found his name, nvm
     
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    That's a horrible draft for Ottawa who's trying to start a rebuild. IMO we take Couturier as BPA and the Sens have had a bad past when drafting Russians even though he plays in the OHL. I think they go after a Swede or a player with top 6 potential but I understand the reasoning of why you picked the players you did.
     
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    Don't expect Nicklas Jensen to get past OTTAWA or NYI after round 1.
     
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    Noesen from Plymouth will be top 40
     
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    Zach Phillips is a top-15 pick, IMO. Would LOVE for the Bruins to take him with their own first rounder if he's tehre.
     
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    Calgary will not be taking a defenseman as things stand right now. We already have our D set for the next few years. We are so terrible at forward that even thinking of not taking a forward is laughable.

    There are just so many things that aren't right in this mock. Sorry chickenman, definitely not your most logical mock draft ever.
     

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