Danny Syvret

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    Will he be drafted this year after being passed over twice? If not, what round will he be taken in?

    I'm guessin he will be drafted in mid rounds (3-5).

    Who are some other players in the past that have been passed over TWICE and then selected?

    Also, looking back to the past drafts (2003 and 2004) if the teams knew he would be a late bloomer where would he go?

    My guess: 2003: mid to late 2nd round (Belle was taken 25th I think).
    2004: late 1st round
     
  2. If you guess mid rounds for 2005, why would he go higher in 2003? Isn't he better now then before?
     
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    Because teams don't draft 19yr olds that high usually, especially if never drafted in previous years.
     
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    I didn't know you could go into a draft more than twice. Is there a limit to how many times you can go in? :dunce:
     
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    He wont be any earlier than 3rd round.

    Personally i feel he is overrated and looked out of place at times with Team Canada.
     
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    I didn't think so either, but he is 19 and Brandon Prust was 19 last year of the Knights.
     
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    I heard Pierre McGuire mention during a broadcast that he had talked to NHL gm's and they told him that they would be taking Syvret. When is anyones best guess, and mine would be around the 6th round.
     
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    There's a great chance the team that is set on taking him is a team with a Knights player on their prospect list. Anaheim or Edmonton scouts might've been to a Knights game to watch Perry or Schremp, and noticed Syvret play, and wanted to grab him.
     
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