Titans 2007 Nhl Draft Ranking

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  1. bigv

    bigv Registered User

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    Enjoy Titans ranking !!!!!!!Players profiles will be soon



    1. Patrick Kane F (USA)
    2. Karl Alzner D (CAN)
    3. James van Riemsdyk F (USA)
    4. Jakub Voracek F (CZE)
    5. Kyle Turris F (CAN)
    6. Alexei Cherepanov F (RUS)
    7. Angelo Esposito F (CAN)
    8. Thomas Hickey (CAN)
    9. Sam Gagner F (CAN)
    10. Logan Couture F (CAN)
    11. Colton Gillies F (CAN)
    12. James O’Brien F (USA)
    13. Mikael Backlund F (SWE)
    14. Maxim Mayorov F (RUS)
    15. Brett MacLean F (CAN)
    16. Max Pacioretty F (USA)
    17. Keaton Ellerby D (CAN)
    18. Logan MacMillan F (CAN)
    19. Ryan McDonagh D (USA)
    20. Simon Hjalmarsson F (SWE)
    21. Sergei Korostin F (RUS)
    22. Billy Sweatt F (USA)
    23. Nick Petrecki D (USA)
    24. Brandon Sutter F (CAN)
    25. Patrick White F (USA)
    26. Luca Cunti F (SUI)
    27. Zach Hamill F (CAN)
    28. David Perron F (CAN)
    29. Dana Tyrell F (CAN)
    30. Kevin Shattenkirk D (USA)
    31. Jonathon Blum D (USA)
    32. Oscar Moller F (SWE)
    33. Juraj Valach D (SVK)
    34. Riley Nash F (CAN)
    35. Jeremy Smith G (USA)
    36. Keven Veilleux F (CAN)
    37. Alex Plante D (CAN)
    38. Tommy Cross D (USA)
    39. Joakim Andersson F (SWE)
    40. Kent Patterson G (USA)
    41. Lars Eller F (DEN)
    42. Stefan Legein F (CAN)
    43. Colby Cohen D (USA)
    44. Ian Cole D (USA)
    45. TJ Galiardi F (CAN)
    46. Eric Tangradi F (USA)
    47. Nick Ross D (CAN)
    48. Kurtis Mucha G (CAN)
    49. Brendan Smith D (CAN)
    50. Mark Katic D (CAN)
    51. Teddy Ruth D (USA)
    52. Nick Larson F (USA)
    53. Taylor Procyshen (CAN)
    54. Tyson Sexsmith G (CAN)
    55. Joel Gistedt G (SWE)
    56. Jarret Toll D (CAN)
    57. Artem Dubinin D (RUS)
    58. Spencer Machacek F (CAN)
    59. David Skokan F (SVK)
    60. Eric Doyle D (CAN)

    Player profiles will be before June thank you :yo: :yo: :yo: :yo:
     
  2. Sam I Am

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    Lars Eller at 41st overall? Not likely.
     
  3. Sam I Am

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    And Zach Hamill at 27th? C'mon...
     
  4. How is it "Not likely" that he will rank him 41st when in fact, as we all can see, he did rank him 41st? Explain please.

    Are all your posts pointless? Pretty likely.
     
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    Gigantic snake? oh well...

    Still, Lars Eller should be MUCH higher. MUCH MUCH MUCH MUCH MUCH.

    At least in the first round! He could very well be a top 15 pick.
     
  6. Nich

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    Eller at 17...to the Rangers :naughty:
     
  7. Redwingsfan

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    i appreciate the effort but i dont agree with a lot on this ranking.

    to high: esposito, hickey, gillies, o'brien, korostin.

    to low: ellerby, mcdonagh, sweatt, hamill, shattenkirk, moller, eller.

    IMO

    again, i appreciate the effort, allthough i dont agree with it, its allways nice to see other opinions.
     
  8. Tinalera

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    Hmmm... Katic at 50? Lower second round, sounds about right, too bad he fell out of favor with the scouts over the year, but lower second rounder is good- if Toronto weren't awash in D men, I'd say they might pick him, otherwise wouldn't be surprised to see either Colorado or even Edmonton pick him up.
     
  9. mikethompson

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    y u hating Jon Blum and there is no way hickey goes that high, every professional ranking and most on this site have had blum ahead of hickey which is the way it should be.
     
  10. Hunter Gathers

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    I think you and I see some things almost the same. A lot of the positions of players on my list are the same as yours. In fact, I think you used my list for a base and just flipped players and added in about 6 of your own towards the end to try and make it look different. It doesn't make me angry, but just at least give me credit. There's no way we have so many opposite players by just coincidence. Also, you even used the same format as me, which just proves it.

    Just give me some credit if you're going to use my list for a base and just flip a few players.

    I broke down my list compared to yours:

    BOLD means they are the same.
    ITALIC means they were swapped. I also included the exact swaps you did with the players as none were swapped more than one position to at least throw it off a bit that you basically copied my list.
    UNDERLINE means you crossed mine out and added your own in.


    1. Pat Kane F (USA)

    2. Alexei Cherepanov F (RUS) (6 on his, 2 on mine)
    3. James van Riemsdyk F (USA)
    4. Jakub Voracek F (CZE)
    5. Kyle Turris F (CAN)

    6. Karl Alzner D (CAN) (2 on his, 6 on mine)
    7. Ryan McDonagh D (USA) (19 on his, 7 on mine)
    8. Zach Hamill F (CAN) (27 on his, 8 on mine)
    9. Sam Gagner F (CAN)
    10. Logan Couture F (CAN)

    11. Billy Sweatt F (USA) (22 on his, 11 on mine)
    12. Lars Eller F (DEN) (41 on his, 12 on mine)
    13. Simon Hjalmarsson F (SWE) (20 on his, 13 on mine)
    4. Maxim Mayorov F (RUS)
    15. Brett MacLean F (CAN)
    16. Max Pacioretty F (USA)

    17. Jonathon Blum D (USA) (31 on his, 17 on mine)
    18. Kevin Shattenkirk D (USA) (30 on his, 18 on mine)
    19. Angelo Esposito F (CAN) (7 on his, 19 on mine)
    20. Mikael Backlund F (SWE) (13 on his, 20 on mine)
    21. Sergei Korostin F (RUS)
    22. Colton Gillies F/D (CAN) (11 on his, 22 on mine)
    23. Nick Petrecki D (USA)
    24. Brandon Sutter F (CAN)
    25. Patrick White F (USA)
    26. Luca Cunti F (SUI)

    27. Thomas Hickey (CAN) (8 on his, 22 on mine)
    28. David Perron F (CAN)
    29. Dana Tyrell F (CAN)

    30. Logan MacMillan F (CAN) (18 on his, 30 on mine)
    31. Keaton Ellerby D (CAN) (17 on his, 31 on mine)
    32. Oscar Moller F (SWE)
    33. Nick Ross D (CAN) (Moved to 47 on his list and replaced by Juraj Valach)
    34. Riley Nash F (CAN)
    35. Jeremy Smith G (USA)

    36. Ian Cole D (USA) (44 on his, 36 on mine)
    37. Mark Katic D (CAN) (50 on his, 37 on mine)
    38. Tommy Cross D (USA)
    39. Joakim Andersson F (SWE)
    40. Kent Patterson G (USA)

    41. James O’Brien F (USA) (12 on his, 41 on mine)
    42. Stefan Legein F (CAN)
    43. Colby Cohen D (USA)
    44. Keven Veilleux F (CAN) (36 on his, 44 on mine)
    45. TJ Galiardi F (CAN)
    46. Eric Tangradi F (USA)
    47. Yannick Weber D (SUI) (edited out on his for Nick Ross)
    48. Tyson Sexsmith G (CAN) (54 on his, 48 on mine
    49. Brendan Smith D (CAN)
    50. Alex Plante D (CAN) (37 on his, 50 on mine)
    51. Teddy Ruth D (USA)
    52. Nick Larson F (USA)

    53. Nick Spaling F (CAN)
    54. Kurtis Mucha G (CAN) (48 on his, 54 on mine)
    55. Joel Gistedt G (SWE)
    56. Dale Mitchell F (CAN)
    57. Alexander Killorn F (CAN)
    58. Joseph Lavin D (USA)
    59. Bryan Cameron F (CAN)
    60. Taylor Ellington D (CAN)
     
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    its so funny. lol. he wasnt even smart enough to change them more then just swapping two players with each other. just look at eller and o'brien, he has just swapped your 12th and 41st player. its so abvoius. and its the same with a lot of other guys on the list. cherepanov/alzner, sweatt/gillies, hjalmarsson/backlund, mcdonagh/esposito etc etc etc. LOL.
     
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    I looked at it and I was like, "Hmm, this list looks kind of like mine. Same format, too."

    When I saw Gistedt at 55, I had to look at it more. And sure enough, it is my list. Just re-arranged.
     
  13. bigv

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    Yeap guys thats true I just redo old one ranking but I think how I changed Ranking is better than old one doesnt mean that I am not smart enough WHY ????????
    I mean your ranking was good but I did few changes and I added few players
    Everyone can do what he want............
    IF you are mad sorry about that ..............:teach:
     
  14. bigv

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    I never saw play Shattenkirk good average player ............moller .............nothing special small slow ............Esposito much better
     
  15. L4br3cqu3

    L4br3cqu3 U mad ?

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    Is it because you think Ellerby has fell out of favor ?? On the 1st list he's at 17th place, on the second (well, original list) he's 31st... IMO he's going to be a top10
     
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    i know you think highly of espo i have seen you "ranking". i just disagree with it. and what you say about moller is just wrong. he is a great skater, yes he is small, but he plays big. plenty of grit in he's game

    btw. he is not THAT small, he is 5'11" and 181. if he was 6'0" no one would have complained about he's size. and he most likely to end up at around 6'0" and about 200 lbs. do you think thats small???
     
  17. Anthony Mauro

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    Many "nothing special" types of guys churn out long NHL careers. Next time you watch a guy like Moller, look at his instincts rather than the obvious "stand out" skills/measurables.
     
  18. Anthony Mauro

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    He does look more around 5'10'', but that does not matter. He's a stocky, athletic build and can move despite bigv's knock on his skating.
     
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    yeah. ok. in norway we use cm, so i cant really see the difference between 5'10" and 5'11". but if you say it, i believe it.

    and he skating is not an issue at all IMO. in fact i think he's a very good skater. above average.
     
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    LOL, not really...

    You didn't changed anything, you swap a few players and that's it...it's not the same thing!
     
  21. Anthony Mauro

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    It's not me trying to be a jerk and saying one inch makes a difference. When you mention he may top out at 6'0, that means he's a solid 5'11'' to begin with and that is not the case.
     
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    Mad? I doubt it. But you really didn't do anything here. Taking one guys list and swapping a few guys with other guys?

    Take the time to do an individual ranking.
     
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    I can't wait to see who Luca Cunti winds up with. Even if the dude turns out to be a great player there is just too much ammunition with that name:biglaugh:
     
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    is that name pronounced the bad way?
     
  25. Faktisti*

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    LOL hahahahha

    this draft look amazing for finland
     

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