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04-29-2004, 02:25 PM
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keep an eye out for Ivan Baranka. He's leading his Everett tips team to the WHL finals in their first season. He's not flashy but smart and skilled, smells like Rockwell found another Tjutin.

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04-29-2004, 02:32 PM
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Best Picks of 2001:

1st round: #1 Ilya Kovalchuk
2nd round: #49 Mike Cammalleri
3rd round: #95 Patrick Sharp
4th round: #99 Ray Emery
5th round: #150 Bernd Bruckler
6th round: #176 Marek Zidlicky
7th round: #227 Marek Svatos / #223 Brandon Bochenski
8th round: #232 Martin Gerber
9th round: #267 Ivan Majesky

Best of 2000:

1st round: #2 Dany Heatley / #3 Marian Gaborik
2nd round: #55 Antoine Vermette / #60 Dan Ellis
3rd round: #80 Kurt Sauer
4th round: #118 Lubomir Visnovski
5th round: #157 Grant Potulny / #159 John-Michael Liles
6th round: #177 Mike Ayers
7th round: #224 Antii Miettinen
8th round: #232 Lubomir Sekeras
9th round: #286 Andrej Nedorost

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Round Two

1999:40 Alex Auld
2000:54 Andreas Lilja
2001:32 Derek Roy
2002:57 Matt Stajan
2003:45 Patrice Bergeron

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Originally Posted by thestonedkoala
2003:
Loui Eriksson
Konstantin Glazachev
Vojtech Polak
Kevin Klein
Kamil Kreps
Tim Ramholt
Patrick O'Sullivan
Shea Weber
Patrice Bergeron...

A ton of good players in 2003, Round 2...

Round 4:
Denis Ezhov
Corey Locke
Paul Bissonnette
Matej Trojovsky
Pushkarev also has a big chance of being a good player from 2003 second round, remember he had as many goals as Ovechkin at U-18, even though he played for like Kazakshtan.

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04-29-2004, 09:46 PM
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Who said anything about "steals"? This was a thread about the BEST pick in a round...
Considering Nash was taken ahead of everyone in the draft, I wouldn't consider him to be much of a contest.

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keep an eye out for Ivan Baranka. He's leading his Everett tips team to the WHL finals in their first season. He's not flashy but smart and skilled, smells like Rockwell found another Tjutin.
Sorry to burst your bubble, but Baranka has not "led" the Silvertips to the WHL Finals. Hes, if anything, hindered their chances, taking stupid penalties constantly, and making very bad choices in his own zone. Hes even been sat by Kevin Constantine.

Baranka needs work, thats all I need to say.

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not sure how many of you missed him.. but

the best 2nd rounder in 2000 would be easily Nick Schultz ..

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1994 Jose Theodore second round 44th overall, I don't think anyother 2nd rounder that year has one a Hart and Vezina.

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05-13-2004, 01:03 PM
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If Fritsche is going to be ranked as one of the best 2nd rounders of his year, he's on thin ice.

He barely averaged a point-per-game this year w/Sarnia this year and was clearly overmatched with his defensive duties in CBJ.
Are you kidding me?!! Fritsche was the only one on his line in Columbus that played defense. His defense is what kept him in Columbus as long as he was there. In Sarnia 79 points in 61 games ain't too shabby. The kid is labled as a play maker and hard worker, which is exactly what he does no matter where he is playing.
He and O'Sullivan should have gone in the first round, and anyone will tell you that both of them were STEALS in the 2nd round.

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Its nice to know that atleast one of 30 teams will score a jackpot in the 4th round. Hopefully, this year it'll be us flames! Wow.. Daze and Hejduk!
And Hejduk passed through the expansion draft as well

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2002 2nd round pick Lee Farledeau(the next Joel Otto)

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Are you suggesting that you would select Toivonen or Babchuk over Nash, Bouwmeester, Pitkanen and Lehtonen? If so, All I can say is WOW.
I think Babchuk (will be) > Bouwmeester and Pitkanen

Lets see how he [Pitkanen] does when he doesn't have all that vet support on the blueline in Philly. Jbo struggled in Florida without a veteran presence.

I wouldn't select Toivenen over Lehtonen though


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05-13-2004, 03:57 PM
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keep an eye out for Ivan Baranka. He's leading his Everett tips team to the WHL finals in their first season. He's not flashy but smart and skilled, smells like Rockwell found another Tjutin.
I *heart* Rockwell

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4th Rounders: These are the best 4th rounders in my opinion.

1990: Alexei Zhamnov
1991: Alexei Zhitnik
1992: Jere Lehtinen
1993: Eric Daze
1994: Milan Hejduk
1995: Michal Handzus
1996: Toni Lydman
1997: Ivan Novoseltsev
1998: Josef Vasicek
1999: Juraj Kolnik
2000: Lubomir Visnovsky
2001: Ray Emery
2002: Matt Ellison
2003: Corey Locke
Ryan Malone???

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He was a 4th rounder I believe.

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He was a 4th rounder I believe.
Yeah...and?

His post said best 4TH rounders....that is why i replied. Malone is easily the best 4th rounder of 1999.

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05-13-2004, 05:06 PM
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Oops

My bad. I just read the thread title, wasn't even looking at anything else.

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Kim Johnsson 286th overall, I believe.

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Kim Johnsson 286th overall, I believe.

he was the last pick in his draft year.

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So was Hans Jonsson...bad selection if you ask me.

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best 9th round pick of all time
LUC ROBITAILLE #171

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"Steals" over the last 5 drafts...

1998
R1. Simon Gagne (#22)
>R2. Jonathan Cheechoo (#29)
R3. Brian Gionta (#82)
R4. Josef Vasicek (#91)
R5. Andrew Raycroft (#135)
R6. Pavel Datsyuk (#171)
R7. Tyler Arnason (#183)
R8. Michael Ryder (#216)
R9. Karlis Skrastins (#230)[/FONT]
R2. Jonathan Cheechoo (#29)

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