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01-27-2012, 04:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Ghost # 1 View Post
MANY teams can draft a guy who makes it from the 2nd round down... Heck, there are plenty of guys who can be classified in my superstar category drafted past the first round...
In 2005 alone...
Quick to LA
Letang to Pitts
Statsny to Colorado
Neal to Dallas
2004
Bolland to Chi
Franzen to Det
Rinne NSH
(& we got one in Streit)
or 2003,
Eriksson to Dallas
Bergeron to Bos
Carle to SJ
Weber to NSH
Howard to Det
Pavelski SJ
Byfuglien Chi
Elliott Ott

That is 16 classified as superstar, drafted out of the first round (one is ours) in 3 years.

NOT ONE of these guys are 1st rounders. They are ALL players who have been recognized by the NHL as trophy winners or allstars...
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Originally Posted by onice View Post
This is BS. Go look at their drafting record. From 03 to 07:

CHICAGO
Seabrook (14th pick)
Crawford
Byfulien
Barker (3rd pick)
Bolland
Bichell
Brower
Skille
hylmarsoon
Towes (3rd pick)
Kane (1st)

NASHVILLE
Suter (7th)
Klein
Weber
Radulov
Santorelli
Rinne
Franson
O'Reilly
Hornqvist
Spaleng
You arent reading my post... Chicago and Nashville HAVE drafted 2 SUPERSTAR players EACH OUTSIDE OF THE FIRST ROUND

BOLLAND CHICAGO 2nd round 32nd overall in 2004
BYFUGLIEN CHICAGO 245th overall in 2003

RINNE NASHVILLE 258th overall in 2004
WEBER NASHVILLE 2nd rd 49th overall in 2003.

That equals the amount of guys that qualified under the same premise UNDER TT. (Streit, & Price) which includes ALL of his picks from 2003-2008.

These 2 teams did this in a period I researched from 03-05.

2 Superstar players... Nashville and Chicago, I only did those 3 years, and DID NOT include their FIRST rounds...

What's BS about that?

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