Second round best Dmen of the 2011 draft ?

Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by QC4TheWin, Apr 8, 2011.

  1. QC4TheWin

    QC4TheWin Registered User

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    Hi, i am in a keeper league and this year, i dont have any first round pick ...my best pick will be like 50-55 overall.

    All years, everyone in this league mainly draft following the ISS final listing.

    I realy need a good Two-way or Offensive Dmen...

    Wich one do you think i can get at this rank ? ( 50-55 )


    thx.
     
  2. saska sault

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    Ryan Sproul.. late bloomer, scored as many goals as Ryan Ellis and Ryan Murphy in the second half of the OHL season. 6'4' and can skate well, not great defensively and not very physical yet but he is a PP quarter back.
     
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    Xavier Ouellet
     
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    Here are the likely targets. U choose.

    38-39-78 - Adam Clendening - Offenseman
    45-64-287 - Connor Murphy - 2 way
    51-56-45 - Myles Bell - Offenseman
    54-54-64 - Stuart Percy - Stay at home positional guy
    55-59-39 - Michael Paliotta - Shutdown guy
    56-NA-149 - Michael McKee - Hulk stand-in
    57-NA-NR - Brenden Kichton - Small PP set-up guy with good D -1.27 PPG +55
    69-NA-163 - Ryan Sproul - Late developing power play shooter - 6’4’’
    70-51-86 - John Harrington - Under achieving shutdown guy who didn’t put up the points

    Or
    94-NA-92 - Robbie Russo - Small US NDP power play who did not put up the point expected to date.

    The numbers represent: Me - Bob MacKenzie Jan-11 - NHL Mid-term combined
     
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    Joe Morrow could still be available in that range, especially in a keeper league where defenseman tend to carry slightly less value.
     
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    Dario Trutmann

    Kid is a beast in the OHL.
     
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    Clendenning is averaging slightly over .666 points per game as a freshman in the NCAA
     
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    Clendening and sproul arnt bad choices
     

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