NHL Entry Draft: NHL Draft 10/11

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  1. Rockinz

    Rockinz Leafs 4 the cup

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    1. Edmonton Oilers - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins C
    2. Colorado Avalanche - Gabriel Landeskog LW
    3. Florida Panthers - Adam Larsson D
    4. New Jersey Devils - Sean Couturier C
    5. New York Islanders - Ryan Murphy D
    6. Ottawa Senators - Jonathan Huberdeau C
    7. Atlanta Thrashers? - Ryan Strome C
    8. Columbus Blue Jackets - Dougie Hamilton D
    9. Boston Bruins (from Toronto) - Duncan Siemens D
    10. Minnesota Wild - Mika Zibanejad C
    11. Colorado Avalanche (from St. Louis) - Jamie Oleksiak D
    12. Carolina Hurricanes - Sven Bartschi LW
    13. Calgary Flames - Mark Scheifele C
    14. Dallas Stars - Nathan Beaulieu D
    15. New York Rangers - Joel Armia RW
    16. Buffalo Sabres - Mark McNeill C
    17. Montreal Canadiens - Tyler Biggs RW
    18. Chicago Blackhawks - Matt Puempel LW
    19. Edmonton Oilers (from Los Angeles) - Jonas Brodin D
    20. Phoenix Coyotes - Zack Phillips C
    21. Ottawa Senators (from Nashville) - Nicklas Jensen RW
    22. Anaheim Ducks - Brandon Saad LW
    23. Pittsburgh Penguins - Dmitri Jaskin RW
    24. Detroit Red Wings - Vladislav Namestinkov C
    25. Toronto Maple Leafs (from Philadelphia) - Oscar Klefbom D
    26. Washington Capitals - Alexander Khokhlachev C
    27. Tampa Bay Lightning - David Musil D
    28. Toronto Maple Leafs (from Boston) - Boone Jenner C
    29. San Jose Sharks - Joseph Morrow D
    30. Vancouver Canucks - Ty Rattie RW

    As it stands this is how i could see the draft unfold. However, imo there will definitely be some movement and plenty will change.

    I tried to draft each player 1st on the BPA 2nd on team need 3rd on what i believe will happen. By taking these elements in consideration i came up with the above results.

    Do my picks match up well with your teams needs and draft position?
     
  2. Isles_Guy*

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    no from the Isles, they will take the BPA approach if a forward such as Huberdeau Landeskog or Couturier is there they take him only defender they take in top 5 is Larsson
     
  3. Latex*

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    I'll take that guy at 15.

    :P
     
  4. Rockinz

    Rockinz Leafs 4 the cup

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    Your kidding right???

    Murphy will not only be the best Dman in this draft. He might be the best player!
     
  5. OrangeZebra

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    If Landeskog is still available, we definitely would take him. However if Huberdeau, and maybe even Couturier are left, I think we take a D-man
     
  6. Isles_Guy*

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    no not kidding,

    we have Calvin De haan that Snow personally targeted, who brings many of the same skills ready to make the squad this year and Matt Donovan who our head scout Ken Morrow, feels will be pushing for an NHL job this year as well

    That it also goes against Snow's personal philosophy is also a factor so Its pretty obvious we wont take Murphy at 5. We could trade down and take him however
     
  7. Connor McJesus

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    Is it me or mock drafts work kind of the same way as trade proposals. People who make them take steals for their own team and **** to close drafting teams / division rivals. Very funny.
     
  8. Tobi Wan Kenobi

    Tobi Wan Kenobi Registered User

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    I really don't see Washington taking another Russian. Even if he is best player available.
     
  9. Zetterberg4Captain

    Zetterberg4Captain Registered User

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    detroit will take a dman
     
  10. Bruinator

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    Not sure why the Bruins would select Seimens over Beaulieu
     
  11. svat

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    my guess is the bruins list for their pick, in order, is (not including larsson because there is no chance he slips to 9, the others in this list have a slight chance at least):

    murphy
    hamilton
    beaulieu
    siemens
     
  12. OilersPride04

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    i think you may Bang on but they may take hamilton if he falls that much
     
  13. God forbid a guy should have fun by doing a mock draft. They're supposed to be fun, and that's why people do them

    And I'll tell you, that in terms of being condescending narcissists, Islander fans are the worst. I understand that the team has sucked for over 20 years, but that doesn't mean that the fans know the team's drafting tendancies or needs. In fact, they think that they're so well in formed that they have the Islanders drafting tendancy down to a stupid initial of "BPA." - I can tell you quite unequivocally that Islander fans, or any fan, couldn't tell you who the best player available is if they introduced themselves by saying, "Hi, my name is (so and so), and I'm the best player available.

    The "best player available" is so subjective. I can tell you that every team has a different list. And are fans so full of themselves that they really believe that their list is the best? That's what they say when they say that "This player or that player is the best player available at 5 or 7 o 14).

    And knocking Ryan Murphy is just stupid. He has the potential to be one of the league's quickest power play quarterbacks. Sven Bartschi could emerge as this draft's most offensively potent winger, and there are bound to be some surprises, too. As someone who's experienced in the business and public relations world, my word to the wise is to never do yourself the disservice of considering yourself an expert or thinking that you know more than the other guy.

    I can guartantee you that this mock draft is not any better or any worse than anyone else's. It's a fun thing. Take it with a grain of salt.
     
  14. ChefTO

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    1. Edmonton Oilers - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins C
    2. Colorado Avalanche - Gabriel Landeskog LW
    3. Florida Panthers - Jonathan Huberdeau C
    4. New Jersey Devils - Adam Larsson D
    5. New York Islanders - Ryan Strome C
    6. Ottawa Senators - Sean Couturier C
    7. Atlanta Thrashers? - Dougie Hamilton D
    8. Columbus Blue Jackets - Ryan Murphy D
    9. Boston Bruins (from Toronto) - Nathan Beaulieu D
    10. Minnesota Wild - Joel Armia RW
    11. Colorado Avalanche (from St. Louis) - Jamie Oleksiak D
    12. Carolina Hurricanes - Sven Bartschi LW
    13. Calgary Flames - Mark Scheifele C
    14. Dallas Stars - Duncan Siemens D
    15. New York Rangers - Joseph Morrow D
    16. Buffalo Sabres - Zack Phillips C
    17. Montreal Canadiens - Tyler Biggs RW
    18. Chicago Blackhawks - Matt Puempel LW
    19. Edmonton Oilers (from Los Angeles) - Mika Zibanejad C
    20. Phoenix Coyotes - Mark McNeill C
    21. Ottawa Senators (from Nashville) - Nicklas Jensen RW
    22. Anaheim Ducks - Oscar Klefbom D
    23. Pittsburgh Penguins - Dmitri Jaskin RW
    24. Detroit Red Wings - Jonas Brodin D
    25. Toronto Maple Leafs (from Philadelphia) - Brandon Saad LW
    26. Washington Capitals - Alexander Khokhlachev C
    27. Tampa Bay Lightning - David Musil D
    28. Toronto Maple Leafs (from Boston) - JT Miller C
    29. San Jose Sharks - Rocco Grimaldi C
    30. Vancouver Canucks - Ty Rattie RW

    That is the way I see it breaking down... Wow it will be interesting, this year is soo wide open!
     
  15. Sarava

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    Matt Puempel was the Hawks HF board pick, so I think you hit a good one for us.
     
  16. Ron Barr

    Ron Barr Doing it to Death

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    Sabres draft McNeill, FINALLY someone on here gets it! :handclap:
     
  17. svat

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    while hamilton is most likely the BPA, and i do think your right, i also see them not passing on murphys offensive skills. he could help their rushes and transition game so much.
     

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