Discussion in 'Minnesota Wild' started by Wabit, Oct 24, 2019.
Are both the Johanssons stored in a cyrogenic chamber? Nothing seems to change!
Would have been much cooler to take Veleno in the first and Khovanov in the third.
And would've been much, much cooler to take Madden instead of McBain in the third as well.
Yeah for sure but I don’t think taking Madden over McBain was as obvious at the time as taking Veleno over Johansson.
Crazy how many times the exact science of drafting gets screwed up.
Didn’t need exact science to make that call
Meh. We've more than made up for it. Even Dewar with his spotty playing time is basically matching Veleno's AHL production.
You mean 7 points in his last 20 games Joe Veleno?
Dewar has been in the lineup for 33 of the last 35 games Iowa has played.
I meant more of a TOI per game type of deal, but I'll admit that it's an assumption on my part based on who he seems to normally play with. For whatever reason I can't find AHL TOI stats.
FJ was Frölundas 2nd fastest on their 3000m run today.
Doesn’t matter much, but at least he’s in good shape. And it’s nice to see his name in the top of something for a change.
I think this is more so worrisome that these guys were almost beat out by a 38 year old.
Luckily, Stanley Cup tiebreakers are 3000 m run times.
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