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moorebf235 05-05-2013 07:24 PM

Who is the best drafting team in the NHL?
 
So I recently finished school for the semester and I don't start my summer job for about another month. With my free time I've set out to find out who is the best drafting team in the NHL. I did this based on numbers and its not a subjective thing.

http://goaltenderinterference.blogsp...am-in-nhl.html

With that being said I know this is the internet so go ahead and ridicule away.

Fin9* 05-05-2013 07:25 PM

Detroit and Nashville.

I am the Liquor 05-05-2013 07:44 PM

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ds4130 05-05-2013 07:46 PM

:wings

Dark Knight 05-05-2013 07:53 PM

:habs
:sens

My two.

Gliff 05-05-2013 07:54 PM

My team

Bergeron47 05-05-2013 07:59 PM

As an Oilers fan, I say definitely not the Oilers. After Eberle, I don't think we've had a draft pick that hasn't gone top 10 overall that's made the team in the last 5 years.
We've had an AHL team for 3 years and haven't produced a single full-timer from there.

LatvianTwist 05-05-2013 08:01 PM

Dallas is definitely getting up there. Les Jackson and Jim Nill are two of the best minds you can have at your table on draft day, and GMJN 1.0 left the cupboard stocked with talent.

Before 2009... Not so much.

LatvianTwist 05-05-2013 08:06 PM

Also, one thing most people here aren't recognizing is that this is from 1999 to 2009, not right now. It's fairly obvious that a lot has changed within the last 4 years, so you have to take that into account.

We're not looking at prospects in this, we're looking at NHLers (for the most part).

Teeder9 05-05-2013 08:08 PM

Pittsburgh, Boston, La and Chicago, the last 4 cup winners

S E P H 05-05-2013 08:09 PM

St. Louis (Pains me to say it, but Blues are by far the best)
Nashville

Ottawa



Colorado
Montreal
Detroit


Are the best and most notable. The bottom 3 could all be interchangeable depending on who you talk to.

tsujimoto74 05-05-2013 08:17 PM

Stats from between 97-06
Forwards and d-men counted as successful picks from 1997-2004 had to play at least 125 NHL games. From 04-06, 80 were required. For goalies, at least 51 if drafted between 97-04, and at least 25 if drafted between 04-06.

National Hockey League – Top 30

1. Buffalo - 10yrs – 91 draft picks – 28 NHL Players = 30.7% success rate (1)

2. Boston - 10yrs – 85 draft picks – 26 NHL Players = 30.5% success rate (1)

3. Ottawa - 10yrs – 92 draft picks – 26 NHL Players = 28.2% success rate (2)

4. Pittsburgh - 10yrs – 95 draft picks – 27 NHL Players = 28.4% success rate

5. Colorado - 10yrs – 96 draft picks – 27 NHL Players = 28.1% success rate (1)

6. San Jose - 10yrs – 78 draft picks – 21 NHL Players = 27.0% success rate (3)

7. Montreal - 10yrs – 90 draft picks – 24 NHL Players = 26.6% success rate (2)

8. Anaheim - 10yrs – 74 draft picks – 19 NHL Players = 25.6% success rate

9. Nashville - 9yrs – 88 draft picks – 20 NHL Players = 24.0% success rate (3)

10. NY Rangers -10yrs – 100 draft picks – 23 NHL Players = 23.0% success rate

tsujimoto74 05-05-2013 08:26 PM

And here's 11-30 if anyone's curious. (Obviously not the most recent possible stats since it was before Atlanta was relocated, but it'd be awfully hard to gauge the last couple drafts anyway since players are still developing.)

11. Columbus - 7yrs – 74 draft picks – 17 NHL Players = 22.9% success rate (3)

12. Minnesota - 7yrs – 61 draft picks – 14 NHL Players = 22.9% success rate (1)

13. Chicago - 10yrs – 110 draft picks – 25 NHL Players = 22.7% success rate

14. Toronto - 10yrs – 84 draft picks – 19 NHL Players = 22.6% success rate (1)

15. Dallas - 10yrs – 91 draft picks – 20 NHL Players = 21.9% success rate

16. Los Angles - 10yrs – 97 draft picks – 21 NHL Players = 21.6% success rate (1)

17. Washington - 10yrs – 92 draft picks – 19 NHL Players = 20.6% success rate (1)

18. Florida - 10yrs – 92 draft picks – 19 NHL Players = 20.6% success rate (1)

19. NY Islanders - 10yrs – 97 draft picks – 20 NHL Players = 20.6 % success rate (1)

20. Vancouver - 10yrs – 84 draft picks – 17 NHL Players = 20.2% success rate

21. Detroit - 10yrs – 85 draft picks – 17 NHL Players = 20.0% success rate (2)

22. Carolina - 10yrs – 80 draft picks – 16 NHL Players = 20.0% success rate (2)

23. Philadelphia - 10yrs – 89 draft picks – 17 NHL Players = 19.1% success rate (1)

24. Edmonton - 10yrs – 98 draft picks – 18 NHL Players = 18.3% success rate (6)

25. St. Louis - 10yrs – 89 draft picks – 15 NHL Players = 16.8 % success rate (3)

26. Atlanta - 8 yrs –78 draft picks - 13–NHL Players = 16.6% success rate (1)

27. Calgary - 10yrs – 99 draft picks – 16 NHL Players = 16.1% success rate

28. Tampa Bay - 10yrs – 102 draft picks – 16 NHL Players = 15.6% success rate (2)

29. New Jersey - 10yrs – 91 draft picks – 14 NHL Players = 15.3% success rate (6)

30. Phoenix - 10yrs – 86 draft picks – 13 NHL Players = 15.1% success rate (1)

Rolen 05-05-2013 09:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LatvianTwist (Post 65372415)
Dallas is definitely getting up there. Les Jackson and Jim Nill are two of the best minds you can have at your table on draft day, and GMJN 1.0 left the cupboard stocked with talent.

Before 2009... Not so much.

That's great, but they've shown absolutely nothing to warrant a nomination as of right now.

St. Louis gets my vote.

Bernier the Boats 05-05-2013 09:52 PM

Ottawa gets mine. Murray is a wizard at the draft.

EichHart 05-05-2013 10:09 PM

Best drafting teams ALL TIME:

http://www.topcornerhockey.com/module_1-AT.html

Bluesnatic27 05-05-2013 10:27 PM

Historically, I'm going with Detroit

Recently: Nashville, Montreal, Minnesota, and Ottawa

McMozesmadness 05-06-2013 12:15 AM

I'll say Montreal

Devilspuppet666 05-06-2013 12:22 AM

i think some ppl are pretty much say quantity is better than quality... to me it doesnt matter how many players they get in the NHL i think its more important that there effective to the teams success

so detriot and new jersey got to be up there

Jacko95 05-06-2013 12:44 AM

I know it's only until 2009.
But no team can beat Tampa Bay for players drafted/ signed later than 2009. It's already 5 guys, though 1 is traded away.
It's pretty funny, one of the worst teams turns suddenly in a top drafting team.

Oh and you wrote only Stamkos played significant time, but Hedman did so too and this year, Killorn came into this mix as well and is now a full time NHL player.

AngelDuck 05-06-2013 12:52 AM

The last 4 years...Anaheim has been in the top 3 easily. Notables:

2008 - Jake Gardiner, Justin Schultz
2009-Peter Holland, Kyle Palmieri, Sami Vatanen
2010- Cam Fowler, Emerson Etem, DSP, Chris Wagner
2011- Rickard Rakell, John Gibson, William Karlsson, Joeseph Cramarossa, Welinski, Friberg
2012- Hampus Lindholm, Nic Kerdiles, Kevin Roy, Frederick Andersen,

PensFan6687 05-06-2013 04:30 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Awwufelloff (Post 65391215)

LOL This one makes me look like a genius! I was going to go with New Jersey and Buffalo as my answers. hehe I feel oh so special now!

BSHH 05-06-2013 08:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by moorebf235 (Post 65369331)
So I recently finished school for the semester and I don't start my summer job for about another month. With my free time I've set out to find out who is the best drafting team in the NHL. I did this based on numbers and its not a subjective thing.

http://goaltenderinterference.blogsp...am-in-nhl.html

With that being said I know this is the internet so go ahead and ridicule away.

Does your point system give any consideration about the number of a draft pick? Otherwise, it would reward weaker teams, who earn high draft picks and give away TOI more easily, over contenders, who draft lower, have more talented rosters (with less opportunities for prospects to earn TOI) and might trade away better picks in order to improve their teams.

Gruß,
BSHH

madmike77 05-06-2013 08:53 AM

Red Wings.

They have consistently finished well, had no top picks and still managed to ice an excellent team year in and year out.

TheNuge 05-06-2013 09:12 AM

Capitals

00' - 13' is pretty darn good with notables such as;

Oduya
Eminger
Semin
Fehr
Ovechkin
Green
Backstrom
Varlamov
Neuvirth
Perreault
Alzner
Carlson
Holtby
Johansson
Orlov
Eakin
Kuznetsov
Galiev
Forsberg
Wilson

Also noted there draft picks make up a large sum of there current core that has won 5/6 southeast division titles in recent years.

Ovechkin - backstrom - johansson - Perreault - Carlson - Alzner - green - holtby - neuvirth - Fehr are all on the current playoff roster :)


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