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06-30-2013, 07:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Psuhockey View Post
Heres the problem I have with it: the Flyers chose players with the most upside in round 1 and round 2 ahead of players who were more likely to reach their lesser potential in the NHL. If Morin and Hagg hit, the Flyers walk out with not only 1st pair defensemen but in the case of Morin, another Chara. But there is risk they don't hit that potential. With Goulbourne, the upside is minuscule. He might make the NHL ahead of other guys in the 3rd rd, but at most as a 4th liner. Why go big in round 1 and 2 and shoot low in 3? Doesn't make sense to me.
The problem I have with it is simply that Goulbourne would have been there later. I don't have a problem taking "useless goons" if the expectation is that they can be a heart and soul fourth liner in the future. My issue is just that you could have picked him up later.

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