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03-05-2013, 12:42 PM
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Originally Posted by vanuck View Post
And even then, when he wanted a D-man he didn't take the consensus best one (M. Staal).
I think Bourdon was a good pick if he wanted a D-man. He was ranked highly by the ISS and showed a lot of promise. TSN thought Staal was better, but some thought Bourdon would be better. All in all, he could've done worse.

The problem is that Kopitar was a no-brainer. It was the equivalent of picking Ladislav Smid when Malkin is still on board. There were a lot of biased, dumb GMs that day and Nonis joined their ranks.

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