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11-02-2012, 01:42 PM
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Originally Posted by fst6 View Post
Just experienced the most stacked top 3 in a draft ever.

I keep track of the top 3 in every year btw.

So, first is a goalie, I go look at him after the next season has started, overall 73 with 5 stars. I think thats only the second time i've seen any drafted player being 5 stars... I was impressed.

The second pick? A goalie. 71 overall with 5 stars.... again.

3rd pick was a LW who was 19. Now usually an 18/19 year old is about 65-73 while 20's are about 78-81. (that early) . Well, this 19 is already overall 82 with 4 and a half star potential.. already playing in the NHL with 7 goals and 5 assists in 16 games..

I wish I would have got in on those picks..
Update on these 3. They were drafted in 2016, it's now 2022

1) Bryant Tyrell FLA, 97 Overall, 26 years old, 5 stars, 6'0 180 lbs, 175 wins in 363 games with 32 shutouts. 7 wins in the playoffs with 2 shutouts.
2) Will Bootland DET, 98 overall (I know...) 25 years old 5 stars, 6'1, 182 lbs, 226 wins in 394 games with 46 shutouts. 30 wins in the playoffs with 3 shutouts.
3) Stu Heshka BOS, 87 overall 4 and a half stars. 26 years old, 209lbs. 574 GP, 130G 307points. (He's a two way forward with weak-ish offensive stats, crazy good defensive ones though.) No playoff games due to Boston having no goaltending or other good players besides Lazar and Seguin.

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