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04-17-2012, 10:29 AM
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A hockey team is 20-25 players so the success of the team does not illustrate the relative values of first round picks.

The best team does not always win.

Past success is not an accurate prediction of future success. I drafted Albert Pujols and he is the only player in history with 30 home runs 11 years in a row. After 10 games, he has 0 home runs. Was that a good pick or a bad pick?

Players perceived as one way offensive players taken in the first 3 rounds such as Jagr and Selanne are getting greater respect than ever so I wouldn't count their teams out just yet if I were you.

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