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10-16-2012, 04:43 PM
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Originally Posted by seventieslord View Post
the last draft list from the ATD might be a good place to start. Just remove players who peaked after 1995.
If using the ATD list, realize that participants are trying to build teams, so supply and demand comes into play when it comes to player position.

Basically, defensemen always go early (high demand), goalies always go late (low demand - teams only need 1 starter), and depth centers also go late (high supply). Once you realize that, it's a decent approximation of the top players of all time.

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