New fantasy mock draft

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  1. ES

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    I recommend reading bold rules, because those are specially for this draft.

    - This new fantasy mock draft is set for 10 teams.

    - Each team selects 2 goalies, 6 defensemen and 12 forwards.

    - Team name cannot be something that is used in big leagues such as NHL, AHL, IHL, WHA, WHL, QMJHL or OHL.

    - Players has to be considered "one-team" players. They should have played 90% of the regular season games for one team. (I put the limit to 90% so we don't lose Bourque because his stint in Colorado)

    - Retired players should have at least six seasons, current players at least ten.

    - If team has had its franchise relocated, it is counted as the same team (so players like Modano and Numminen are available)


    - Game totals are what they were at the end of 2003-04 season

    - Time limit is 10 hours in the beginning

    - Every team has two rounds where they pick first, two where they pick 2nd and so on.
     
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    I'm in as the Portland Pilots.

    One question - is this an all-time draft, or how far back do we go?
     
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    Yes, it is based all-time. So you can draft from Dit Clapper (he's first to come mind of old players available) to Peter Forsberg (10 seasons now)
     
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