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12-17-2008, 05:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Lunatik View Post
the reason Sutter drafted so many tough guys was to build a base and a foundation for the prospect pool. What many don't seem to realize is Sutter likes to pick low risk players, they just happen to be in the form of tougher players... when drafting skill players there is always much more risk involved and when an organization is lacking in depth those are risks that aren't always worth taking
Already mentioned that on page 2. He's built a stronger farm system on low risk. I'd like him to take more risks in some of his drafting. Aaron Marvin was one and I'm glad he did. I feel you have to take those occasionally to try and catch lightning in a bottle. Although I'm kinda sick of him drafting all the same type of players, it seems to be paying off. As long as the flames keep winning I guess I can't really complain?

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