Mark Fistric?????????

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  1. gongshow

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    Any clue on where hes gonna go.... late 1st or early second? and what teamw oudl he flurish on?
     
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    2nd round. A team that wants a giant defenceman would be wise to select him.
     
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    He got a 2nd round rating in my analysis that combined the rankings from CSB, THN, RLR, and ISS.
     
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    I'm hoping he will slide into the third round but I expect him to go in the last half of the 2nd personally.

    As far as what team he would be good for, I think he is a perfect prospect match for the Leafs. Nothing fancy about this kid. This is what we need., but I'll be very surprised if he falls far enough for that to happen. :cry:
     
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    Two questions,

    Where does RLR rate him, and is ISS a subscription only service? Do you have any details to guide me to a place that I could look into for this service? Thanks in advance.

    I guess that was 3 questions. :)
     
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    So Fishstick goes in the first...

    Read on Andrews that he has #5/6 upside.. I'm thrilled.. Don't we already have Erskine (6'5 - 225), Jancevski (6'3 - 215) and Nickerson (6'5 - 230)..
     
  8. leafaholix*

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    You don't take defensemen with 5/6 upside in the first round.

    That was a very questionable selection by Dallas.

    Good thing they picked up Johan Fransson in the 2nd.
     
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    Ajacied Stay strong Appie! ❤

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    Questionable is Armstrong's middle name..
     
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    Yeah I also found Fistric in the first round a little odd. Needs to work on his footspeed and agility if he wants to make it as a full time NHL'er.
     
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    Stars mind-set was most likely draft a safe player in the 1st round, and go with a gamble in the 2nd round. Turned out they got Fistric and Fransson, nothin' wrong with that.
     
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    it seems like everyone whos seend fistric play thinks his a really good defensman.
     
  13. Ajacied

    Ajacied Stay strong Appie! ❤

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    Really good depth defenseman perhaps.. Fishstick is nothing special and totally unnecessary when you already have Jancevski, Nickerson and Erskine.
     
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    how often do these big guys pan out though? half the time, or less? dallas now has increased their chances at developing a couple big guys, OR, they now have the leverage to trade a big guy, maybe erskine..

    they have options now, and more depth... darn
     
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