Vancouver Canucks prospect system bolstered at 2013 NHL Draft

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    In what some prognosticators are dubbing the most significant draft since the Sedins were drafted in 1999, the Canucks addressed multiple areas of concern, specifically their forward depth, during the 2013 NHL Draft.



    While there are still a lot of unknowns, it appears the Vancouver Canucks took definitive steps to restock their offensive pipeline, which had stagnated during the last few draft years. They also appeared to switch gears with their strategy and focus during the draft, with less of an eye on drafting overseas prospects, to one of a more North American flavor.

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    In the same deal that shipped out Kellan Tochkin and a draft pick to Carolina, Jeremy Welsh and Zac Dalpe were brought in to supplement the bottom six for the Canucks.… read more



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    Interesting to note that while the Sabres iced 9 first round picks (10 but for injury) in last nights game against NYR it doesn't necessarily guarantee success (of course that might change in a couple of years but somehow I doubt it )
     

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