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09-15-2011, 03:26 PM
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Originally Posted by RangerEsq View Post
And how many of the others drafted in these positions became total flops?
I don't understand the question. It was suggested that how could Sather find a franchise player drafting in the 10-20 range. The Ducks do. The Red Wings do it. The Flyers do it.

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Originally Posted by RangerEsq View Post
As you know, I always advocate drafting high-risk, high-return players. But no, every time the draft rolls around, 80% of this forum gets a hard-on for the safest players available who also happen to have limited upside. Then people complain that we keep on drafting 2-3 liners.
I don't have a problem with drafting high-risk, high-return players. When it's at the right time. Coming off years of adding nothing in the draft, Sather had to get a player he knew would play in the NHL in 2003. You know a safe pick like Parise

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