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04-27-2004, 10:26 AM
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Originally Posted by Bluenote13
This year's draft is not weak.
The 1st & 2nd round has decent depth.
After that there are groups of players that are similar,
so breaking down intangibles will play a part, no doubt.

1999 everyone had it as a sure thing that the top ten from that draft were going to be all-stars by at least 2004.

exactly, look lets draft our top line player with the #6 and then go BPA the rest of the way, UNLESS of course someone is offering a better 1st for a cheap price, IE, if chicago takes barker and columbus is offering their #4 for peanuts i'd do it, but i don't want to put all our 2nds and our toronto pick just to move into the top 10, IMO to much of a gamble for a weak franchise depth like ours. And yes yes we have lots of depth but nhl quality depth??? not much.

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