TP's 1st Mock Draft (Wit Trades - 3 Rounds)

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  1. TomasPlekanec

    TomasPlekanec Registered User

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    To Chicago: FLA's 1st (7th OVR) + FLA's 3rd (67th OVR)
    To Florida: CHI's 1st (3rd OVR)

    To Carolina: ANA's 1st (9th OVR)
    To Anaheim: Jeff O'Neill (RW) + ATL's 4th

    To Los Angeles: Martin Biron (G)
    To Buffalo: LA's 1st (11th OVR) + Pavel Rosa (RW)

    To Colorado: Keith Tkachuk (LW)
    To Saint-Louis: COL's 1st (21th OVR)

    To Dallas: BOS' 1st (27th OVR)
    To Washington: Jere Lehtinen (RW)

    To Atlanta: Patrice Brisebois (D)
    To Montreal: ATL's 2nd (40th OVR)
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    1st Round
    01. Washington: Alexander Ovechkin (LW)
    02. Pittsburgh: Evgeny Malkin (C)
    03. Florida (From CHI): Cam Barker (D)
    04. Columbus: Rostislav Olesz (C)
    05. Phoenix: Lauri Tukkonen (RW)
    06. Rangers: A.J. Thelen (D)
    07. Chicago (From FLA): Alexander Radulov (LW)
    08. Carolina: Robbie Schremp (C)
    09. Carolina (From ANA): Andrew Ladd (RW)
    10. Atlanta: Wojtek Wolski (LW)
    11. Buffalo (From LA): Drew Stafford (C)
    12. Minnesota: Alexandre Picard (LW)
    13. Buffalo: Wes O'Neill (D)
    14. Edmonton: Marek Schwarz (G)
    15. Nashville: Enver Lisin (LW)
    16. Islanders: Kyle Chipchura (LW)
    17. Saint-Louis: Alvaro Montoya (G)
    18. Montreal: Mike Green (D)
    19. Calgary: David Bolland (C)
    20. Dallas: Boris Valabik (D)
    21. Saint-Louis (From COL): Evan McGrath (C)
    22. New Jersey: Lukas Kaspar (RW)
    23. Edmonton (From PHI): Ladislav Smid (D)
    24. Ottawa: Sergei Ogorodnikov (C)
    25. Rangers (From TOR): Bruce Graham (C)
    26. Vancouver: Jakub Sindel (RW)
    27. Dallas (From WSH[BOS]): Adam Berti (C)
    28. SanJose: Oscar Hedman (D)
    29. Tampa Bay: Andrej Meszaros (D)
    30. Washington (From DET): Kirill Lyamin (D)

    2nd Round
    31. Pittsburgh: Johan Fransson (D)
    32. Chicago: Carl Soderberg (C)
    33. Washington: Devan Dubnyk (G)
    34. Dallas (From CBJ): Adam Pineault (C)
    35. Phoenix: Sami Lepisto (D)
    36. Rangers: Johannes Salmonsson (LW)
    37. Rangers (From FLA): T.J. Hensick (C)
    38. Carolina: Jeff Shultz (D)
    39. Anaheim: Roman Tesliuk (D)
    40. Montreal (From ATL): Bryan Bickell (LW)
    41. Chicago (From LA): Mark Fistric (D)
    42. Minnesota: Travis Zajac (C)
    43. Buffalo: T.J. Hensick (C)
    44. Edmonton: David Booth (RW)
    45. Chicago (From Nashville): Roman Voloshenko (RW)
    46. Islanders: Ryan Garlock (C)
    47. Saint-Louis: David Krejci (LW)
    48. Rangers (From MTL): Petteri Nokelainen (C)
    49. Florida (From CAL): Vaclav Meidl (C)
    50. Chicago (From DAL): Michal Sersen (D)
    51. Colorado: Petr Pohl (C)
    52. Phoenix (From NJ): Blake Wheeler (RW)
    53. Phoenix (From PHI): Kyle Wharton (D)
    54. Ottawa: Martin Karsums (LW)
    55. Carolina (From TOR): Michael Funk (D)
    56. Pittsburgh (From VAN): Aki Seitsonen (C)
    57. Washington (From BOS): Kris Chucko (LW)
    58. SanJose: Viktor Alexandrov (RW)
    59. Tampa Bay: David Shantz (G)
    60. Boston (From DET): Mikhail Yunkov (C)

    3rd Round
    61. Pittsburgh: Gennady Stolyarov (LW)
    62. Chicago: Dmitri Schitikov (RW)
    63. Carolina (From WSH): Andy Rogers (D)
    64. Columbus: Alexei Yemelin (D)
    65. Buffalo (From PHO): Roman Wick (LW)
    66. Colorado (From NYR): Alexander Mikhailishin (D)
    67. Chicago (From FLA): David LaLiberté (RW)
    68. Carolina: Julien Ellis (G)
    69. Anaheim: Paul Stastny (LW)
    70. Atlanta: Dany Byers (RW)
    71. Los Angeles: Tyler Haskins (C)
    72. Minnesota: Brett Carson (D)
    73. Minnesota (From BUF): Richard Demen-Willaume (D)
    74. Edmonton: Stanislav Laszek (C)
    75. Nashville: Raymond Sawada (LW)
    76. Islanders: Victor Oreskovich (RW)
    77. Saint-Louis: Grant Lewis (D)
    78. Montreal: Frederik Naslund (LW)
    79. Pittsburgh (From Calgary): Kyle Koziara (D)
    80. Dallas: Corey Schneider (G)
    81. Ottawa (From COL): Roman Psurny (LW)
    82. NewJersey: Blake Comeau (RW)
    83. Philadelphia: Mitch Maunu (D)
    84. Ottawa: Michal Psurny (RW)
    85. Toronto: Justin Peters (G)
    86. Columbus (From VAN): Lauri Korpikorski (LW)
    87. Boston: Bryan Young (D)
    88. Montreal (From SJ): Kyle Klubertanz (RW)
    89. Columbus (From TB): Dan LaCosta (G)
    90. Detroit: Karel Hromas (RW)

    So what you all think?
     
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    Just from a St. Louis point of view...

    I doubt seriously that Colorado would be interested in swapping a first-round pick for Tkachuk (although I'd sure take it if they would).

    Montoya's not a bad first-round pick, but I think I'd take Kaspar first, and take my goalie in the second round. No way does Schneider last until 80th overall; I'd take him at #47 in the second if I were the Blues and he was still there; otherwise, I'd take Meidl or Karsums and wait until the third, then go with Peters.

    PrussianBlue :blues
     
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    from an Islanders point of view they will not draft a center in the 1st round. Our d prospects are as thin as could be wtih the exception of (caldwell, gervais, and tukio). There is no way they would even come close to passing on Green but would most likely take Valabik.
     
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    Well, for starters...

    you've got T.J. Hensick drafted by both the Rangers and Sabres in the 2nd round. Also, the Rangers are going to have an additional 2nd round pick from the Oilers' compensation pick of losing Brian Leetch, which will probably be in the 40-45 range. Also, I don't see the Rangers passing up BOTH Schremp and Ladd with the # 6 pick. Nor do I see them passing up Tesliuk or Wheeler in the 2nd round.
     
  5. Minnesota will reach and take Wheeler most likely.

    Also a lot of the trades feel off.
     
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    Corey Schneider at 80?

    He was a possible late first-rounder BEFORE he had a strong showing for team USA.

    I think he will go much higher.

    Great job though, I love long mocks.
     
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    I highly doubt the Kings would deal away their 11th pick for Biron at this point.

    They are just as lacking at a top notch first line center as they are in nets and, Biron while good, isn't so good that he is worth the 11th pick when there are other youngish goalies out there who are looking to establish themselves as starters.

    The Kings are stuck with Roman this year and while they need to get a young goalie, lots of people see them making a run at Gerber (not young but cheap and good) or even more so at Garon or a similar type.

    I just don't see any reason to offer up so much for a talented goalie who has yet to firmly establish his self as a number one when we can get an equal talent (based on so far in their careers) for less.

    I see the Kings going after Stafford if he is at the 11th spot, which I don't think he will be for many reasons. The Kings have the most NCAA top notch type prospects in the league and Taylor feels that the NCAA is the best place to get talented and developed prospects (or something like that).

    Another thought on the goalie thing is that the Kings would do better by keeping their pick and if they felt a goalie were the most important area for them to address then drafting Schwarz would make even more sense.

    So, I like allot of the selections, I just don't agree with your thoughts on the Kings.
     
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    if its that cheap to get chicago's 3rd overall then the rangers will move up to select Olesz, because its becoming no secret that sather is having a hard on for him
     
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    Not a bad mock, though come the Penguins 3rd round pick Id like to see them take Lauri Korpikoski who was still on board.
     
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    damn the hawks are going to be loaded after this year.

    and the avs would never take on another 9 million a year contract.
     
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    I was going to say the exact same thing. But last year, I was holding out for Glazachev in the second, so maybe I shouldn't get attatched to unsure second/third rounders before the draft. :teach:

    I'd even prefer to see the Pens reach a little and draft Korpikoski with their late second rounder. I like his upside a lot, he's one player I really, really hope we get.

    Anyways, TomasPlekanec, this is one of the deeper mocks I've seen done, and it looks like you know your stuff. I've picked up bits and pieces of info on the second/third round possibles, but I'd like your thoughts on some guys upsides and talents and stuff. Like these guys: Aki Seitsonen, Gennady Stolyarov, Kyle Koziara, Johan Fransson (obviously the three you have going to the Pens).. , Roman Tesliuk, and Dmitri Schitikov.

    Anything would be great, whenever you get some free time or something. Just some basic stuff would be much appreciated. Thanks!
     
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    Nice to see you have LaCosta in there, I think he is an underrated goalie. But where is Liam Reddox?
     
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    This was a pretty good effort, but why on earth would Dallas make that Lehtinen trade?
     
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    Love the mock 'cause it went 3 rounds and had plenty of trades to spice things up.

    From a Montreal POV, you got the first round bang on. I think they'll definately go for a defenseman. Mike Green's a great choice. Valabik would've been good too. I think Buffalo and the Isles are jonesing for 'D' as well, so if there is any way Gainey could trade up to the #11 or #12 slot, he'd do it.

    I'd like the Brisebois trade if I wasn't 90% sure Quintal was going to retire this summer, (99.9% if there's a lengthy lockout.) Losing both would leave the Habs with a giant hole on the right side of their blueline.

    To get that second round pick they don't have, I think they'd sooner dangle one of their 3rd rounders, one/two of their prospects, and/or perhaps Niklas Sundstrom if he doesn't agree to a pay cut (he's an RFA making just over $2 million and is a tradable commodity).

    The Habs might be looking for a higher second rounder than #40 however, to try and secure Bruce Graham, a possible future power forward they like coming out of the "Q".

    That reminds me, the Habs almost always spring for a Quebec League player somewhere in the first 4 rounds of the draft.
     
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    No on the Ducks trade...and what happened to the mock draft you were gonna do with participants? :dunno:
     
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