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03-02-2004, 02:43 PM
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Originally Posted by TKLOOCH22
I think the best way to go into the draft is with the mindset of knowing what you want. If the Rangers want an up and down winger who competes, has heart and some skill set...then they should just take him and leave. Teams shouldnt have to feel guilty they passed on this guy or that guy, as long as you get your guy. I kinda like Ladd's potential myself, and would want to take him with our first. Although, I would take him with a lower pick at around maybe 7-10 should we fall.

The day after the draft, the teams forget(stick with me & be nice) all of the other prospect's in the draft and the only ones that matter now are the ones that they got.
The best draft method is to take the best player available, in the last 4 or 5 years this has generally worked much better than drafting to fill needs.

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