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02-24-2013, 07:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Franck View Post
Datsyuk and Zetterberg were both picked in the previous century.

And sure, a 6th round Jason Allison isn't quite as good as they are, but it would still be a massive steal. Elite scoring forwards getting picked outside of the first two rounds is almost unheard of, especially if you disregard undersized players.

Fedorov (and Bure, Stastny, Mogilny etc) was a cold war era draft pick, that's a very different situation that can't really be compared with modern drafts. Think the modern Russian factor, except with 100 times more uncertainty.
It was last century, wasn't it. Feeling very old now. Your fault!

True about Federov being in the "cold war" days. Live ammunition made the
dissiplinary hearings more exciting back then.

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