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01-23-2013, 06:26 AM
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Originally Posted by Beacon View Post
It's only been a decade, so we should definitely continue to discuss the 2003 draft.

Also, let's talk about the 1980 draft. It was a great year and all the first rounders that year played at least one season in the NHL, except our guy Jim Malone, who never wore an NHL jersey. We could've drafted Brent Sutter, Steve Larmer, Bernie Nicholls or even Hall of Famer Jari Kurri.

I say we sit here and harp on it. Why should we only cry about things from a decade ago, let's go back to 1980!
like LeetchisGod said, the 2003 Draft is still relevant, simply because the players selected are all still in their prime, right here, right now. Any other pick other than the stiff we drafted would of changed the Dynamics and Talent level of this team. Simply put, we would of done better by throwing darts at a board and picking out names that way.

Oh......and the 2003 draft is clearly better than the 80' draft, no comparison there

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