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08-30-2012, 08:15 AM
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Originally Posted by jeh82 View Post
If the pick ends up being top-2, then, yes, it is heavy for Edmonton.

Carter was also more valuable than Pavelski--he was, at the time, a consistent 30+ goal scorer, signed long-term to a cap-friendly deal. Pavelski only has 2 years left.

But, ultimately, I'm not sure we disagree as much as you seem to think.
Well, chances of it being a top2 pick are very small. I predict it to be in the top5-10 range. If it was indeed a confirmed top2 pick and the deal was made at the draft - the value would be closer. But it isnt a top2 and we are not currently at draftday...

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