these NR players...

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  1. Mack

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    why were these guys no even ranked in this years NHL draft....

    picked 247th overall john Paiment from Lewiston
    267th overall jakub petruzelek Cze.
    273rd overall dylan hunter London
    279th overall adam cracknell kootenay


    do these players have major flaws or are they overagers from past drafts?
     
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    All 4 are 85s meaning they could have been picked in 2003 (I am unaware if any of them didn't opt in however).

    I know Paiement was passed over in 03, and I have no idea why after watching him play. I never saw him in his draft year, so maybe he improved a lot. But he was a great pick by the Rangers late in the draft. He is the QB of Lewiston's power play and ate up a big bulk of minutes on the blue line last year along with overager Trudel who will be gone this year, giving more of the load to Paiement. I really like the kid and could not believe no one picked him in 03.

    Edit: Juts for reference, I looked it up and Paiement was ranked #142 among NA skaters for 2003.
     
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    yea i was just wondering because he was a defenseman and put up big #'s those guys all put up very good #'s so i was just wondering why.
     
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    Ive watched Dylan Hunter play numerous times in london over the past couple seasons and I think he is a good hockey player. He digs in the corner and knows where to be and when to be there... His problem and Speed and Agility... His dad was a little faster and a more gritty as well... He could pan out.... but its a long show... good luck to him though... he sure knows how to play the game of hockey.
     
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