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04-06-2004, 09:16 PM
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David A. Rainer
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Alternately, why not take a top goalie with the 11th pick instead of settling for what's left in the 3rd (even if what's left is better than in other drafts) and taking a skater 11th in a weak draft for skaters. In other words, if goalie is what you need and goalie is a strength, why devalue your pick (the difference between a goalie at #11 and a goalie in the 3rd round) just to pick up a possibly weak skater. I can see both sides.

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