Eastern Conference Quarterfinals-Vedder's Mock Draft

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  1. The Legend

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    Ok here are the quarterfinals for the Eastern Conference. The top 2 vote getting teams will move on. As usual, vote for the team you think is the "best." You have 2 days.


    Carolina Hurricanes

    Keith Tkachuk - Doug Weight - Jere Lehtinen
    Martin Erat - Viktor Kozlov - Lauri Tukonen
    Per-Johan Axelsson - Steve Rucchin - Jamie Langenbrunner
    Brad Isbister - Greg Johnson - Tie Domi

    Scott Niedermayer - Marek Zidlicky
    Frantisek Kaberle - Marcus Ragnarsson
    Henrik Tallinder - Andreas Lilja

    Tomas Vokoun
    Arturs Irbe

    Extras:
    Jason Bacashihua
    Michal Rozsival
    Lubos Bartecko


    Tampa Bay Lightning

    Alexander Ovechkin-Mike Comrie-Marian Gaborik
    Martin Gelinas-Patrick O'Sullivan-Dainius Zubrus
    Nik Antropov-Marcel Goc-Mattias Weinhandl
    Dean Mcammond-Jan Hrdina-Marek Svatos
    Shawn Bates-Milan Kraft

    Brad Stuart-Dan Hamhuis
    Jordan Leopold-Sean O'Donnell
    Mathieu Schneider-Ivan Majesky
    Aaron Johnson

    Olaf Kolzig
    Jocelyn Thibault
    Roman Cechmanek


    New Jersey Devils

    Ryder-Conroy-Guerin
    Korolyuk-R. Robitaille-Recchi
    Orszagh-Draper-Slava Kozlov
    Savage-D.Armstrong-Donavan
    King-Brett Mclean

    Souray-Rafalski
    Boyle-Gauthier
    McGillis-Corvo
    Belle

    Turco
    Grahame
    Leighton


    PITTSBURGH PENGUINS


    Petr Sykora - Alexei Yashin - Todd Bertuzzi
    Luc Robitaille - Alexei Zhamnov - Alexander Perezhogin
    Ryan Malone - Ron Francis - Trent Hunter
    Chris Simon - R.J. Umberger - Aleksander Suglobov

    Teppo Numminen - Alexei Zhitnik
    Rusty Klesla - Vitali Vishnevski
    Mark Stuart - Jaroslav Spacek

    Andrew Raycroft
    Mikael Tellqvist


    F - Johannes Salmonsson
    F - Aaron Voros
    D - Lars Jonsson
    G - Kevin Natsuik


    THE BOSTON BRUINS

    LINE #1 == Brendan Morrow//Daymond Langkow//Jarome Iginla(Captain)
    LINE #2 == Sami Kapanen(A Cap)//Nathan Horton//Mark Parrish
    LINE #3 == Marcus Nilson//Ryan Getzlaf//Trevor Linden(A Cap)
    Line #4 == Jody Shelly//Wayne Primeau//Ronald Petrovicky
    Spares Forwards == Jarkko Immonen, Stefen Meyer

    DEFENSE #1 == Jay Bouwmeester//Nick Boynton
    DEFENSE #2 == Brendan Witt//Sami Salo
    Defense #3 == Mike Egenger//Brad Lukowich
    Spare Defense == Ole Kristin Tollefsen

    #1 GOALTENDER == Manny Fernandez
    #2 GOALTENDER == Alex Auld
    Spare Goaltender == David Leneavu


    Montreal Canadians

    Petr Nedved - Brendan Morrison - Mario Lemieux
    Tyler Arnason - Jeff Carter - Anson Carter
    Todd White - Rod Brind'amour - Fernando Pisani
    Tomas Surovy - Kris Beech - Chris Clark
    Alex Picard - Steve Bernier

    Brian Leetch - Roman Hamrlik
    Pavel Kubina - Vladimir Malakhov
    Nick Schultz - Fedor Tyutin
    Denis Grebeshkov

    Martin Brodeur
    Mike Dunham
    Devan Dubnyk
     
  2. Murphy

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    This is pretty tough, all have good goaltending, all have a decent anchor on defense, all of them have real good 1st lines and all of the extra depth guys blow.

    I don't see anyone being deeper than any other............ :dunno:
     
  3. Path Of The Beserker

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    i think a 2 day vote was pretty much useless. there were d**k all for votes
     
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    Two day voting does seem really short. Especially occuring on the weekend, when people might be away. Only seven votes were tallied.
     
  5. Agreed. Some of us weren't aware of the schedule, and weren't around to vote ...
     
  6. The Legend

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    Hmmm.....Ok I'm going to give the chance for add-on votes, please make this honourable only post the team you want if you HAVE NOT VOTED YET. Just post the team you want, I will add it on.
     
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    What ever happened to Vedder? He sort of dissapeard. Probably when he noticed he had no chance of winning :D
     
  8. Path Of The Beserker

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    :bruins of course
     
  9. Master Lok

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    I vote for the Canadiens... Solid forward lines. Youth and experience. Solid defense with both youth and experience. backed up by that Brodeur guy in net... He's not bad :)
     
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    Ok so I'll give it one more day....The Habs are through in my books barring a collapse, it's really down to the Canes and Bruins.
     
  11. Mat

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    oh cummon, let me vote for my own team!

    open this up again!
     
  12. The Legend

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    ok what team do u want
     
  13. Mat

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    pittsburgh obviously :-p
     
  14. mytor4*

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    canes and habs=2 top teams
     
  15. Mat

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    its a 3 way tie
     
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    not if you include the votes in this thread as well as the poll.
     
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    No you get Canes in first with Bruins and Habs tied for second. I am going to have to break the tie myself. I'll review the teams and give a decision later tonight.
     
  18. mytor4*

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    how did you get boston and the habs tied? boston have 2total and habs have 3or 4 if you take my vote into account. that give the habs the win anyhow.
     
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    sorry it was the habs through. My vote goes to the CAnes for second place meaning that CArolina and Montreal will meet in the conference finals for the east
     
  20. Mat

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    carolina has no offence

    montreal >>>> carolina


    i got shafted, my team was stacked and only got 1 vote :(
     
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