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06-14-2004, 12:09 PM
True Blue
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Originally Posted by Prucha73
If you really think about it we don't really need that many 2nd rounders, most of them will likely be either busts or 3rd or 4th line material and we already have plenty of depth there. At the draft day the pick value is at their highest, the player you draft might never have the value that his pick was worth if he doesn't show much improvement (ex. Lundmark, Falardeau, Brendl)
What kind of analysis is that? Most of our 2nd rounder will be busts? How in Earth do you know that? If not busts, then 3rd/4th liners? Are you privy to information that most of us are not? Do you know the sheer amount of top line players that have gotten picked AFTER the first round historically? The number is pretty big. IF you do your homework right, then you can emerge from the rounds after the 1st, with some pretty good players.
And if you want to make trades for any of these top picks, you cannot escape 2 things:
1. Including the 6th pick
2. Players that are a little better than Falardeau, Poti, Rachunek, or Ortmeyer.

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