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03-08-2004, 04:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Fletch
who finished in the bottom five of the standings of the last few years and what the order of the draft picks ended up being? It's going to be difficult, however, for the Rangers to get into the top five. What's on their side, however, is the fact that Carolina as two games in hand and Carolina one. That's huge. Couple that with the fact that the Rangers may play 3-4 NHLers the rest of the way with a clueless coach, and they certainly have a chance.
Because I REALLY don't feel like doing anything of value this afternoon:

Code:
Standings (PTs-Ws)	Draft Order
2003:
CAR (61)		PIT
PIT (65)		CAR
CLB (69)		FLA
FLA (70)		CLB
BUF (72)		BUF

2002:
ATL (54)		CLB
CLB (57)		ATL
FLA (60)		FLA
TB  (69-27)		PHI via TB
PIT (69-28)		PIT

2001:
NYI (52)		ATL
TB  (59)		OTT via NYI
ATL (60)		TB
FLA (66-22)		FLA
ANA (66-25)		ANA

2000:
ATL (39)		NYI
TB  (54)		ATL
NYI (58)		MIN (expansion team)
NSH (70)		CLB (expansion team)
BOS (73)		NYI
I am reasonably sure that the lottery worked like this:
In 2003, Florida (#4) wins the lottery and moves up to #1, then deals the pick to Pittsburgh and takes the #3 spot.
In 2002, I believe Columbus (#2) won the lottery.
In 2001, Atlanta (#3) won the lottery.
In 2000, I don't remember what happened. I believe the Isles (#3) won the lottery and later dealt for TB's #5 pick, but I'm not sure.

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