My try at a 2011 mock draft

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  1. luby3131

    luby3131 Registered User

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    1. NJD- Adam Larsson D Skelleftsa
    2. EDM- Ryan Nugent-Hopkins C Red Deer
    3. NYI- Gabriel Landeskog LW Kitchner
    4. OTT- Sean Couturier C Drummondville
    5. BOS (TOR)- Ryan Murphy D Kitchner
    6. BUF- Dougie Hamilton D Niagra
    7. FLA- Brandon Saad LW Saginaw
    8. CGY- Jonathan Hueberdeau C Saint John
    9. CLB- Nathan Beaulieu D Saint John
    10. LAK- Ryan Strome C Niagra
    11. STL- Sven Bartschi LW Portland
    12. CAR- Duncan Siemens D Saskatoon
    13. SJS- Jonas Brodin D Farjestad
    14. MIN- Tyler Biggs LW USNTDP
    15. ATL- Matt Puempel LW Peterborough
    16. COL- Ty Rattie RW Portland
    17. ANA- Jamie Oleksiak D Northeastern
    18. CHI- Joel Armia RW Assat
    19. NYR- Nicklas Jensen RW Oshawa
    20. PHX- Mika Zibanejad C Djurgarden
    21. MTL- Boone Jenner C Oshawa
    22. NSH- Rickard Rackell RW Plymouth
    23. WSH- Vladislav Namestnikov RW London
    24. BOS- David Musil D Vancouver
    25. PIT- Lucas Lessio LW Oshawa
    26. TBL- Scott Mayfield D Youngstown
    27. DAL- Rocco Grimaldi C USNTDP
    28. DET- Victor Rask C Leksands
    29. VAN- Mark McNeill C Prince Albert
    30. PHI- Daniel Catenacci C Soo

    Notable players not picked:
    Tomas Jurco Saint John
    Zach Phillils Saint John
    JT Miller LW USNTDP
    Alexander Khokalchev C Windsor
    Mark Scheifele C Barrie
     
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    Might want to add Jonathan Huberdeau to your noted players not listed.......
     
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    No Huberdeau?
    edit= beaten to it
     
  4. luby3131

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    crap, i knew i forgot someone. ill edit it
     
  5. hamilton and siemens are better then murphy.
     
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    I highly doubt BOS goes with two defense-men in the first, and I also highly doubt they even keep their own pick, they might trade it for a solid veteran puck mover like a Pitkanen at the dead line. I do think that BOS will target Murphy though, he fits their need, speedy puck mover on the back end that can carry it in and make the key passes.
     
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    yeah, i definitly agree with you on that, but im not predicting any trades at this time. but i think they would double dip on d if musil was there at 20. they stocked up on forwards the last few years, its time for them to add some d. murphy is a perfect fit, and musil could be a great compliment to colby cohen when theyre both ready
     
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    They do have a stock pile of young and up incoming forwards like Colborne, Caron, Sauve, Knight and Spooner, that isn't even counting Seguin or Marchand who are already in the NHL. It is a possibility but I doubt they keep their first just like last year.
     
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    We also have Warsofsky with 18 points in 23 games with BU from the Sobotka trade with St.Louis. Bartkowski and Alexandrov are probably our top D prospects excluding Kampfer, and as you said we have Cohen too.
     
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    forgot about warsofsky. man, boston is loaded for the future. most likely theyll trade the pick. im betting on it to either toronto in a package for kaberle, or possibly to florida during their yearly fire sale
     
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    We don't need anything from Florida though, we already robbed them for Seidenberg, Horton and Campbell.
     
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    im a florida kid, and that horton trade kills me. the man has so much talent, and just wasted it away here. but i was thinking u guys might wanna take mccabe off our hands (although rangers seem to be on that). mike weaver could be moved as well. id say bryan allen, but nobody wants him, he cant even skate backwards any more
     
  13. No way the Oilers take RNH at 2
     
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    ATM in time, if they were smart they would. they do not need any more forwards.
     
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    He would be a great fit with Hall....
     
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    I doubt that's consensus. That was his take on it.
     
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    You're opinion on a player you've hardly if ever watched.
     
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    I wonder just how ready the Oilers would be to take a player that might remain in junior for 1 and possibly 2 more years. The Oilers have also said they want size down the middle.
     
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    Why does it matter if RNH plays in junior for 2 more years?

    Are the Oil trying to win the cup in 2012 or 2013? No, they aren't.

    But yes, I know they want size down the middle...but that doesn't mean you should pass on someone who could be more dynamic.
     
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    i seriously think the Devils should take RNH at no.1

    just from what ive seen of RNH - Larsson - Landeskog - Couterier

    RNH seems the most dynamic and most warranting a no. 1 pick
     
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    PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE let the isles or oilers pass the sens...Obviously Couturier is going to be a good player (actually, not really obvious), but I would rather one of Larsson, RNH, or Landeskog..
     
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    Hamilton or Murphy to Boston, love it.
     
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    I would be displeased if Buffalo took a Dman in the first round. Hamilton over Strome would be very upsetting indeed.
     
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    Chainshot Give 'em Enough Rope

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    Agreed. Huberdeau or Strome there makes a world more sense for them. Nothing against Niagara's Hamilton -- real good kid, lot of things to like about his game that in just about any other year would have me very interested. But not this year. They have to go forward with their first pick and it should be someone with dynamic offensive abilities -- not more of this two-way winger bull that some "sources" seem so intent on as well. They're looking for O. Period.
     
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    If I was Boston, I would try like hell to move up to get Larsson. Like ppl said they got the forward batch, and to be able to get someone like Larsson and have him on an rookie contract for 3 years would do wonders for them I think.
     

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