JB's 2nd Mock

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  1. NA Scouting

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    Some changes, tell me what you think.


    01. St-Louis: Erik Johnson
    02. Pittsburgh: Phil Kessel
    03. Chicago: Nicklas Backstrom
    04. Washington: Kyle Okposo
    05. Boston: Derrick Brassard
    06. Columbus: Jordan Staal
    07. NY Islanders: Peter Mueller
    08. Phoenix: Jiri Tlusty
    09. Minnesota: Jonathan Toews
    10. Florida: James Sheppard
    11. Los Angeles: Claude Giroux
    12. Atlanta: Nick Foligno
    13. Toronto: Bryan Little
    14. Vancouver: Patrik Berglund
    15. Tampa Bay: Riku Helenius
    16. Montreal: Ivan Vishnevski
    17. Minnesota: Chris Stewart
    18. Colorado: Michael Forney
    19. Anaheim: Bobby Sanguinetti
    20. San Jose: Chris Summers
    21. NY Rangers: Jesse Joenssu
    22. Philadelphia: Ty Wishart
    23. Washington: Michael Grabner
    24. Buffalo: Michael Frolik
    25. New Jersey: Jonathan Bernier
    26. Calgary: Trevor Lewis
    27. St-Louis: Tomas Kana
    28. Dallas: Yuri Alexandrov
    29. Ottawa: David Fischer
    30. Detroit: Ben Maxwell

    31. St-Louis: Ryan White
    32. Pittsburgh: Kirill Tulupov
    33. Chicago: Codey Burki
    34. Washington: Kaspars Daugavins
    35. Washington: Brian Strait
    36. Columbus: Dennis Persson
    37. Anaheim: Ondrej Fiala
    38. Philadelphia: Cal Clutterback
    39. Minnesota: Joey Ryan
    40. Phoenix: Cory Emmerton
    41. Philadelphia: Jamie McBain
    42. Atlanta: Mike Weber
    43. Toronto: Alex Vasyunov
    44. Buffalo: Ben Shutron
    45. Phoenix: Mark Mitera
    46. Montreal: Nigel Williams
    47. Boston: Tony Lagerstrom
    48. Colorado: Tomas Marcinko
    49. Washington: Leland Irving
    50. San Jose: John Armstrong
    51. NY Rangers: Bryce Swan
    52. Philadelphia: Blake Geoffrion
    53. Nashville: Oskar Osala
    54. Buffalo: Artem Anisimov
    55. New Jersey: Bobby Hughes
    56. Calgary: Matthew Corrente
    57. Carolina: Shawn Mathias
    58. NY Islanders: Michael Ratchuk
    59. Chicago: Jan-Mikael Juutilainen
    60. Detroit: Vladimir Zharkov
     
  2. insider

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    whoa Toews!!!
     
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    not to mention Frolik.
     
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    Alberta Yote Owns the Yotes

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    +2 Catch him with your sister?
     
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    whoa Frolik! turned off the window before I got that far :eek:
     
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    You have the Kings selecting Claude Giroux with the 11th pick?

    I can't envision Giroux even being selected in the first round....let alone in the top 15. :amazed:
     
  8. NA Scouting

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    How much you wanna bet he'll be selected in the 1st round?
     
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    +3 I'm not expecting him to fall that far. But, you never can tell, who predicted Kopitar last season?
     
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    Daugavins 34th, optimistic, but pleased to see this :yo:
     
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    Nice draft for the Flyers. Wishart, Clutterbuck, McBain, and Geoffrion with no trading up?
     
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    11. Los Angeles: Claude Giroux

    Who?
     
  13. NA Scouting

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    On Toews: I just see him falling, there's 8 players I would take before him and not that I see it happening on draft day but perhaps the top 8 teams will think the same. You never know.

    On Frolik: He's stopped developping this year so it might turn scouts off, that's why I see him falling.

    On Giroux: Giroux is one heck of a hockey player and if it wasn't for his size everyone would have him top 15 for sure. But guess what, size doesn't matter anymore in the new NHL. Watch out for Claude.

    On Daugavins: I'm very high on Kaspars and I'd love my team to grab him in the 2nd round. I seriously doubt he falls out of the top 60, he's a riser and has 1st line potential.
     
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    Wow Toews at 9?! I mean, there aren't many holes in his game. He is considered a coach's dream. The type of player you win with. I could see guys like Staal and Mueller falling the way you have it because they are players who still have to put the pieces together, and I love Brassard going to the Bruins, but I just can't see Toews falling that far?

    I'm interested to know why you think he'd fall. Is it purely just a hunch?
     
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    Well, from a Habs perspective they get not one, but two project defenseman in Vishnevskiy and Williams. That ought to please those who have been calling for an upgrade in the prospect pool at that sorely needed position (it gets very thin after Emelin and O'Byrne). Although Williams does have his doubters and Vish has got to prove he won't be too much of a defensive liability in the pros. I just can't remember the last time the Habs have used their top two picks on defence.
     
  16. turnbuckle*

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    The odds of Giroux being selected within two picks of Toews are about as high as Buffalo beating Ottawa in five games in a playoff series. Wait a minute...
     
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    Whos Giroux?? :dunno:
     
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    I wanted Okposo for the Wild. But i ll take Toews for sure. What a gift.
     
  19. Quiksilver*

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    Foligno at 14 seems a bit high to me as well.
     
  20. Brooklyndevil

    Brooklyndevil I live Hockey.

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    I give you credit for making a list, but you have the Devils going goalie in the first and a foward in the second. Not happening ....Our need is a defensemen with a good shot from the point. However, if the best player available in the first round is a forward, Devils will go forward then defense.
     
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    Are you up for it?
     
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    Thirty One Safe is safe.

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    take it. I would.
     
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    Nigel Williams is probably not going to fall out of the first round.

    Still, any draft in which the Isles land Mueller is a good draft to me.
     
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    Who is this guy? I've never heard of him, and you have him going above every other russian ( me thinks )

    Can you give me some info?
     
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    Ducks fan here. I like the fact that you mock draft isn't just a repeat of the consensus of others. From a Ducks' point of view, here are my comments:

    1. I'd be delighted if Bobby Sanguenetti fell to the Ducks at # 20.

    2. I don't know anything about the kid you have the Ducks drafting in the
    second round, Ondrej Fiala. What can you tell me about him.

    3. As happy as I would be to have Sanguenetti fall to the Duck at # 20,
    I'd prefer that the 20th pick belong to San Jose and the Ducks would
    be forced to draft 30th overall. :)
     

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