I can't believe he name checked Jeff Brown... a guy 22nd overall. You're right though that this issue is really confined to two picks. You could argue the wisdom of taking Montoya when they had a high end goalie prospect in the system with Lundqvist. Then again, there wasn't a really likely impact player after Andrew Ladd in that draft. I wanted Tukonen in that spot. And you could argue about Andersson all day too, but at this second it looks like the only players in that whole tier that have taken a strong step into the NHL are Necas and Suzuki. Point being that the really bad calls are only really those two. Everything else is debatable. Of course, you wonder if the real problem with both of those was the small margin of error, rather than a larger talent question. Both players suffered lower body injuries at critical junctures in their development. Both players had questions about their skating to start off with. So, while neither injury was all that serious, you wonder how it messed up their progression.