Thompson has emerged this year as a contender to develop into a top 6 goal-scoring RW. Anderson, Clarke, Moynihan and Zetterberg all have very sound mid-6 RW potential. Bastian and Studenic can both be nice bottom 6 RWs, and Gritsyuk/Pasic are both left-shots who play a lot on the right side. So we're not thin there. But I agree that we lack a surefire first-line type stud RW, and Holtz would certainly fit that bill. My only question with taking Holtz is that I'm even higher on the overall potential of Stutzle and Rossi. As far as Drysdale goes, I agree with you again that the Devils need some prospect depth at RD, and lack any first-pairing type prospects there (unless you move Ty Smith to the right side, where he's primarily played in Spokane). But the Devils also lack blue-chip scoring forwards outside of perhaps Boqvist, so I think the Devils should simply draft the player they think is the best overall prospect at #6. For me that would be a choice between Stutzle/Rossi, were they available.