KanataBlazers17 Mock Draft. 2 Rounds

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  1. Lazarrr

    Lazarrr Registered User

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    I didn't write any reasoning why I picked the players I picked but there is some.


    Round 1

    1.) Edmonton: ADAM LARSSON
    2.) Ottawa: RYAN NUGENT-HOPKINS
    3.) Colorado: SEAN COUTURIER
    4.) New York Islanders: GABRIEL LANDESKOG
    5.) Florida: RYAN STROME
    6.) New Jersey: RYAN MURPHY
    7.) Atlanta: JONATHAN HUBERDEAU
    8.) St. Louis: TYLER BIGGS
    9.) Boston (Toronto): DUNCAN SIEMENS
    10.) Columbus: DOUGLAS HAMILTON
    11.) Carolina: JAMIE OLEKSIAK
    12.) Anaheim: BRANDON SAAD
    13.) Ottawa (Nashville): MIKA ZIBANEJAD
    14.) Minnesota: NICKLAS JENSEN
    15.) Buffalo: MATTHEW PEUMPEL
    16.) New York Rangers: ZACK PHILLIPS
    17.) Edmonton (Los Angeles): TY RATTIE
    18.) Calgary: SVEN BAERTSCHI
    19.) Phoenix: JOSEPH MORROW
    20.) Dallas: JOEL ARMIA
    21.) Chicago: DAVID MUSIL
    22.) Montreal: NATHAN BEAULIEU
    23.) Tampa Bay: JONAS BRODIN
    24.) Washington: MARK SCHEIFELE
    25.) San Jose: BOONE JENNER
    26.) Toronto (Boston): MARK MCNEILL
    27.) Pittsburgh: PHILLIP DANAULT
    28.) Detroit: RICKARD RAKELL
    29.) Toronto (Philadelphia): SETH AMBROZ
    30.) Vancouver: TOMAS JURCO



    Round 2

    31.) Edmonton: SHANE PRINCE
    32.) Ottawa: DANIEL CATENACCI
    33.) Colorado: ROCCO GRIMALDI
    34.) New York Islanders: SCOTT MAYFIELD
    35.) Florida: DMITRI JASKIN
    36.) Nashville (New Jersey): COLIN JACOBS
    37.) Chicago (Atlanta): ALEXANDR KHOKHLACHEV
    38.) St. Louis: VINCENT TROCHECK
    39.) Toronto: MICHAEL ST. CROIX
    40.) Columbus: VLADISLAV NAMESTNIKOV
    41.) Carolina: MARIO LUCIA
    42.) Anaheim: NICHOLAS SHORE
    43.) Nashville: OSCAR KLEFBOM
    44.) Boston (Minnesota): MATTHEW NIETO
    45.) St. Louis (Buffalo): MAX FRIBERG
    46.) New York Rangers: MARCEL NOEBELS
    47.) Los Angeles: TYLER WOTHERSPOON
    48.) Chicago (Calgary): MYLES BELL
    49.) Phoenix: LOGAN SHAW
    50.) New York Islanders (Montreal): OLIVIER ARCHAMBAULT
    51.) Dallas: XAVIER OUELLET
    52.) Ottawa (Chicago): VICTOR RASK
    53.) Florida (Montreal): JOSEPH LABATE
    54.) Tampa Bay: STEFAN NOESEN
    55.) New York Rangers (Washington): PHILIPPE HUDON
    56.) San Jose: MIIKKA SALOMAKI
    57.) Ottawa (Boston): ALAN QUINE
    58.) Pittsburgh: SHANE MCCOLGAN
    59.) Detroit: JONATHAN MILLER
    60.) Phoenix (Philadelphia): JOACHIM NERMARK
    61.) Vancouver: TOBIAS RIEDER

    I hope I didn't forget anyone
     
  2. I agree with all the Oiler picks excpet for the Rattie one. I cant see them taking another winger with the kings pick. I can see them taking Musil or Mcneil
     
  3. McDNicks17

    McDNicks17 Moderator

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    A couple thoughts:

    -I think Boston would take Hamilton over Siemens.
    -I don't think Minny passes on Armia if he's on the board.
    -I can't see EDM taking Rattie when McNeill is there.
    -Adam Clendening probably won't slip past the 2nd.


    Otherwise, it's solid.
    Nicely done.
     
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    As a Leafs fan its scary looking at the potential picks Ottawa could take.

    Nugent-Hopkins
    Zibanejad
    Catenacci
    Rask
    Quine

    Yikes.
     
  5. Lazarrr

    Lazarrr Registered User

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    Yah I'm a Sens fan if you noticed and I think all those picks are possible except for Victor Rask. IMO there's no way he falls that low.
     
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    Avs would take Lando over SC IMO.
     
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    I just can't see the Sens not leaving Minnesota without Landeskog. If they aren't in a position to take him I see them moving up to grab him.
     
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    AwesomePanthers Maybe next season

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    Strome is definitely the player we would target at #5, but I'm hoping for Couturier some how (trade or Islanders taking a defenseman etc.)
    If we could get Jaskin at #35 I would be ecstatic, he will probably go mid-late first imo.

    I know nothing about Labate, so if anyone have a scouting report or a some info on him, I would appreciate that.
     
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    Regardless of whether a Sens fan likes Landeskog to Ottawa or not, it's hard not to agree. I like RNH and Lando a lot but in the end we may not be in a position for RNH. Landeskog's fit in Ottawa is good on so many levels.
     
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    If Jaskin was available in the 2nd for Edmonton I really hope we'd take him before Prince.
     
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    The reason I picked Prince is because he's linemates with Martindale and you guys are in the position where you don't have to rush him either. Sorta boom/bust player and I watch him nearly every game.
     
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    I think Atlanta picks Saad over Huberdeau if he's available. Herpaderp (as we've taken to calling him on the atlanta boards) is good but the center position is one that we're very loaded on. Can he play wing?
     
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    Bell won't be there at 48, IMO he could go # 20-40. As an Isles fan I'd take Landeskog and Mayfield any day of the week.
     
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    He's a big High School kid who's commited to the NCAA next season. I think he's something like 6-4 200 pounds and is a center.
     
  15. MitchRobichaud

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    He has played wing all year, just listed at center. Phillips is his center
     
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    Can someone explain to me why Clendenning has fallen so far? He ran the U-18s last year, and is averaging .62 PPG as a freshman in the NCAA? Is his defence really that bad
     
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    I was hoping to catch Labate in the Minnesota tournament, but his team was knocked out before the tourney started. Like the other poster said, he's a big framed center, who he could add some strength. From all reports he skates well and has a very hard shot. He's committed to the University of Wisconsin for next season I believe.
     
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    agreed,

    No way the Isles pass on Rask with their second second round pick if he is still there. Depth wise the Isles need wingers and defenseman. We are pretty good at center right now
     
  19. Bryanbryoil

    Bryanbryoil English is Overrated, I Score Goals

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    What's up with Rask? I remember this time last year he was considered top 5. Was his skill set overrated? Work ethic issues?
     
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    I think Nathan Beaulieu goes higher than 22.
     
  21. MitchRobichaud

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    I wouldn't be surprised if he goes top 15 at all. Seems to do practically everything very well. I know my Q reporter/scout is very high on him.
     
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    i dont know if you forgot the goalies or left them out intentionally, but i'd be very surprised to see no goalies in the top 61 picks.
     
  23. OilerOlli*

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    Never in the world will Edmonton chose 2 wingers with their first 3 picks.
     

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