mock draft 2011

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  1. hallhopkinseberle

    hallhopkinseberle Registered User

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    1. Edmonton Oilers - adam larrson

    2. Colorado Avalanche - gabirel landeskog

    3. Florida Panthers - ryan nugent hopkins

    4. New Jersey Devils - ryan murphy

    5. New York Islanders - dougie hamilton

    6. Ottawa Senators - jonathan huberdeau

    7. Atlanta Thrashers - sean couturier

    8. Columbus Blue Jackets - ryan strome

    9. Boston Bruins - duncan siemens

    10. Minnesota Wild - joel armia

    11. Colorado Avalanche - nathan beaulieu

    12. Carolina Hurricanes - jamieson oleksiak

    13. Calgary Flames - sven bartschi

    14. Dallas Stars - david musil

    15. NY Rangers - mark mcneil

    16. Buffalo Sabres - brandon saad

    17. Montreal Canadiens - tyler biggs

    18. Chicago Blackhawks - nicklas jensen

    19. Edmonton Oilers - mika zibanejad

    20. Phoenix Coyotes - ty rattie

    21. Ottawa Senators - alexander khokhlanchev

    22. Anaheim Ducks - oscar klefbom

    23. Tampa Bay Lightning - jonas brodin

    24. Toronto Maple Leafs - daniel catenacci

    25. Detroit Red Wings - victor rask

    26. San Jose Sharks - scott mayfeild

    27. Pittsburgh Penguins - matthew puempel

    28. Toronto Maple Leafs - vladislav namestnikov

    29. Washington Capitals - thomas jurco

    30. Vancouver Canucks - joesph morrow
     
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    Not bad. But Biggs and Saad seems a bit high, they are most likely now to go between 20-30. Zibanejad will be much higher than this, around 7-13. So is Puempel which I think will be around 15-20. McNeill is there twice though.

    By the way, if Nugent-Hopkins is still available at 2nd oa....Don't expect him to slip to 3rd oa!
     
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    Mcneil is there twice. And it would be a pretty sweet deal to get Larsson AND Zibanejad, but I don't see it.
     
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    Not a fan of Hamilton over Couts, Huberduea, and Strome.
     
  5. hallhopkinseberle

    hallhopkinseberle Registered User

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    thanks i knew i messed up
     
  6. hallhopkinseberle

    hallhopkinseberle Registered User

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    islanders need a dman not an centre men im my mind but i dont watch alot of islander games
     
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    I don't really expect Carolina to take Oleksiak...they seem to prefer to take forwards with first rounders.
     
  8. Macch

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    Forget needs. Isles take the BPA.

    And history shows you can find a good Dman later in the draft. If his name isnt Larsson, the Isles don't take a Dman IMHO
     
  9. AmericanDream

    AmericanDream Adopted Canadian

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    would this be the first time ever that Swedes went #1 and #2 overall?? assuming Larsson and Landeskog do go 1 and 2..
     
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    AmericanDream Adopted Canadian

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    Carolina has some great dmen at this point, I kind of agree and think that they would go with a forward, but whoever the BPA is on their board that is who they should pick, because we all know how deep we are at a certain position one year, then the following year that strength turns into a weakness after a trade, two injuries, and a bust...it happens.
     
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    Zibanejed IMO is too low
     
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    Not bad. In my opinion Murphy/Hamilton are a little too high, and Couturier/Huberdeau are a little too low
     
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    Sharks prospects strength is on D Doherty, Petreki, Wrenn, Braun, Shaus, Irwin, Sena Acolatse, etc. So don't see Mayfield there. If Zack Phillips is still on the board when the Sharks pick, he's their man. Typical sharks forward, strong hockey IQ, lots of skill. I hear he's not the best skater around. (Same knock on Couture as I recall) so I'm not too worried about that. I would be very happy with this pick
     
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    Leafs87 Mr. Steal Your Job

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    I would love Namestnikov but I doubt Burke would draft him. He likes big north american players. Same can go for Catenacci, but Carenacci has a lot of potential to be great. Burke also said he wants to add some size.

    I would think Burke might rather go for Puempel with his first pick and try and get Catenacci at 28 instead.
     
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    Nice effort.

    I could live with Larsson/Zibanejad for the Oil! :)

    Musil, Saad, and Biggs seem about 10-15 picks above where they should be based on recent rankings.
     
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    This is my 2011 mock draft....

    1 Edmonton - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins

    2 Colorado - Adam Larsson

    3 Florida - Gabriel Landeskog

    4 New Jersey - Sean Couturier

    5 New York Islanders - Ryan Murphy

    6 Ottawa - Johathon Huberdeau

    7 Atlanta - Ryan Strome

    8 Columbus - Dougie Hamilton

    9 Boston - Duncan Siemens

    10 Minnesota - Mika Zibanejad

    11 Colorado - Sven Bartschi

    12 Carolina - Nathan Beaulieu

    13 Calgary - Jamieson Oleksiak

    14 Dallas - Mark Scheifele

    15 New York Rangers - Joel Armia

    16 Buffalo - Mark Mcneil

    17 Montreal - Brandon Saad

    18 Chicargo - Ty Rattie

    19 Edmonton - David Musil

    20 Phoniex - Nicklas Jensen

    21 Ottawa - Jonas Brodin

    22 Annahiem - Tyler Biggs

    23 Tampa Bay - Zack Phillips

    24 Toronto - Matt Puempel

    25 Detroit - Dimitrii Jaskin

    26 San Jose - Rocco Grimaldi

    27 Pittsburgh - Scott Mayfield

    28 Toronto - Boone Jenner

    29 Washington - Vladislav Namestnikov

    30 Vancouver - Joseph Morrow
     
  17. TheNudge

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    I don t want to be a jerk but I dislike most of the picks. If you go with skills you'll have more right then wrong but with how the draft will go you might not even be able to get the top 4 right. Vancouver wouldn't really take a D unless is BPA and Toronto (Burke) love size but like BPA first and won't go with with either pick. Also Rask might endc up a mid 2nd round pick since he have be free fallen down the list. I love the Jurco pick but I don't think he'll go that early. Puempel will most likely go higher arround 15 till 22. Ottawa won't take a russian since they have nothing but bad luck with them. For the last 19 years the ottawa drafted 17 Russian and only one in the 1st round wich was Yashin and the rest except for Hossa didn't play too many game with the club. Also didn't pick any since 2007 like you can see here;

    1 in 2007
    3 in 2005
    2 in 2004
    2 in 2003
    2 in 2002
    1 in 2000
    1 in 1999
    2 in 1998
    1 in 1997
    1 in 1993
    1 in 1992- the only 1st rounde pick ever wich was Yashin. They have more succes wth cezch. I hope they pick alexander khokhlanchev but they won't i bet. Also Mika Z is way too low. He should even be a top 10 pick. Tyler biggs is too low, same with Musil. the rest is not soo bad except for Sean couturier. Wich he won't get pass the 6th overall. Murphy will most likely get pick up by either Boston or columbus but New Jersey would rather get Hamilton since he bring size with skills.
     
  18. Would love for McNeil.to.fall to the rangers!!!
     
  19. IrishPaulie

    IrishPaulie Sooshii is AWESOME!!

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    Not bad. IMO there is no way Zibanejad drops that low though.

    Also If Beaulieu and Siemens are both on the board at 9 it makes far more sense for the Bruins to go with the solid PMD type D-man than the shutdown one with limited offensive upside.

    Other than that you have some interesting picks but still a solid mock draft.
     

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