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11-09-2008, 02:46 AM
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...a nice center capable of playing both ways in C Bobby Carpenter.
As a longtime Capitals I liked Bobby very much. But he's not at all two-way in an all-time context.

He had juts two half-decent seasons followed by just one great year, scoring 50+ goals and making his only all-star game appearance.

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...never scoring more than 25 goals in any one year after his big season. A superb career fizzled quickly,...
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He went on to being not much of a scorer for the next 14 seasons.

I imagine him best used on an ATD team as a fourth line defensive presence who might make a good pass or shot on net once every few games, more in the mold of the veteran Carpenter who won a cup in Jersey.

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As a longtime Capitals I liked Bobby very much. But he's not at all two-way in an all-time context.

He had juts two half-decent seasons followed by just one great year, scoring 50+ goals and making his only all-star game appearance.


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He went on to being not much of a scorer for the next 14 seasons.

I imagine him best used on an ATD team as a fourth line defensive presence who might make a good pass or shot on net once every few games, more in the mold of the veteran Carpenter who won a cup in Jersey.
I know, but he's certainly not a guy you can write off as having no offensive talent at all. I obviously see him as more of a defensive guy, but he can't be ignored as a potential threat to score from time to time. Sort of like a certain active defensive line forward from my favorite squad(who I actually don't think would be a bad pick in this context).

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I know, but he's certainly not a guy you can write off as having no offensive talent at all. I obviously see him as more of a defensive guy, but he can't be ignored as a potential threat to score from time to time. Sort of like a certain active defensive line forward from my favorite squad(who I actually don't think would be a bad pick in this context).
Did you miss my trade offer? Much better option than this guy.

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i do have a list for kruezer from 2 days ago and the player hasn't been picked yet

i don't know if i should pick for him

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11-09-2008, 03:09 AM
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i do have a list for kruezer from 2 days ago and the player hasn't been picked yet

i don't know if i should pick for him
for a previous round?

often a GM goes in a different direction in a following round if they get the guy they want in the previous round

if he didn't leave any leading instructions then his shortlist for a PAST round should not be used for THIS round

he has a clock, let's let it tick...

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for a previous round?

often a GM goes in a different direction in a following round if they get the guy they want in the previous round

if he didn't leave any leading instructions then his shortlist for a PAST round should not be used for THIS round

he has a clock, let's let it tick...
then i will let it be

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554- kruezer - Seattle Metropolitans - (ON THE CLOCK 3 hours, 40 minutes remaining)

555- Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs -
556- Agent Dale Cooper & Evil Sather - California Golden Seals -
557- MXD & Jungosi - Victoria Secrets -
558- Agent Dale Cooper & Evil Sather - California Golden Seals -
559- kruezer - Seattle Metropolitans -
560- Pwnasaurus & JimEIV - Kansas City Scouts -
561- Pwnasaurus & JimEIV - Kansas City Scouts -
562- kruezer - Seattle Metropolitans -

note: you guys can leave a shortlist with me. It's 615pm sunday night here and I'll be around for hours

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Did you miss my trade offer? Much better option than this guy.
No, I got it. And, while I won't necessarily say he's not better, he's certainly not much better and for what I wanted, Carpenter fit better. Definitely more offensive upside and a centerman, which both to me were more important aspects of his game.

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Tomas Kaberle was drafted 204th overall in 1996 NHL Entry Draft by the Toronto Maple Leafs. Tomas has become an all round star on the blue line in the Mecca of hockey. Kabs has superior hockey sense and this allows him to play with a healthy self-confidence and collects points because he possesses tremendous hockey smarts and has the ability to find his teammates on the ice. A fluid elegant swift skater, he can wheel with the puck and loves to join the attack. Is an excellent accurate passer.Tomas Kaberle provides constant support for his team while becoming one of the top defencemen in the league.He is now 4th all time highest scoring defender for the blue and white.
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That's 4.2 per team... I've got my share! 6 in total.

BM67 has only 9? I was sure he had a lot more than that.

And.... I know exactly who you are talking about. I'm sure we all have our excuses for not taking him. I know I do. As a group, though, it's impossible to fathom that 500+ picks in, someone hasn't taken him.
Actually 12, he missed Bill Cook, Ace Bailey and Jack Walker. 13, if you count Kennedy, who started his career during WWII.

Looking at the list, I see several guys who shouldn't be there, so I guess we'll need a recount.

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One of the least-exspected picks in the entire draft.

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...Kennedy, who started his career during WWII.

Looking at the list, I see several guys who shouldn't be there, so I guess we'll need a recount.
Kennedy is purposely not on the list because he started his career in the 40's.

The list is of pre-WWII careers, guys who had at least a few significant years in the 1930's or earlier.

BM67 please enlighten me on who "shouldn't" be on the list:

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5- arrbez & Rick Middleton --Team Iceland - Eddie Shore, D
17- God Bless Canada & raleh - Rocket de Montreal - Howie Morenz, C
18- Nalyd Psycho - Houston Aeros - Cyclone Taylor, C
36- Murphy - Montreal Maroons - Earl Seibert, D
39- seventieslord - Regina Pats - Newsy Lalonde, C
44- BM67 - New Jersey Devils - Bill Cook, RW
47- Pwnasaurus & JimEIV - Kansas City Scouts - Charlie Conacher, RW
49- Leopold Stotch - Toronto Marlboros - Milt Schmidt, C
50- Nalyd Psycho - Houston Aeros - Dit Clapper, D
52- MXD & Jungosi --Victoria Secrets - Sprague Cleghorn, D
53- arrbez & Rick Middleton - Team Iceland - Syl Apps, C
57- seventieslord - Regina Pats - Clint Benedict, G
58- kruezer - Seattle Metropolitans - King Clancy, D
59- kruezer - Seattle Metropolitans - Charlie Gardiner, G
67- pappyline - Buffalo Bisons - Black Jack Stewart, D
74- Pwnasaurus & JimEIV - Kansas City Scouts - Joe Malone, C/LW
77- Murphy - Montreal Maroons - Nels Stewart, C
79- BM67 - New Jersey Devils - Frank Boucher, C
83- Nalyd Psycho - Houston Aeros - Max Bentley, C
86- VanIslander - New Haven Nighthawks - Aurel Joliat, LW
93- papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Toe Blake, LW
96- God Bless Canada & raleh - Rocket de Montreal - Busher Jackson, LW
102- pappyline - Buffalo Bisons - Doug Bentley, LW/C
103- seventieslord - Regina Pats - Frank Nighbor, C/LW
104- Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Lionel Conacher, D
108- arrbez & Rick Middleton - Team Iceland - Ebbie Goodfellow, C/D
112- Pwnasaurus & JimEIV - Kansas City Scouts - Bill Cowley, C
116- VanIslander - New Haven Nighthawks - Babe Siebert, LW/D
118- Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Babe Pratt, D
125- EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Ken Reardon, D
127- VanIslander - New Haven Nighthawks - Ching Johnson, D
129- God Bless Canada & raleh - Rocket de Montreal - Joe Primeau, C
131- shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Cy Denneny, LW
135- BM67 - New Jersey Devils - Ernie "Moose" Johnson, D/LW
139- MXD & Jungosi - Victoria Secrets - George "Buck" Boucher, D
141- vancityluongo & Evil Speaker - Winnipeg Jets - Hap Day, D
146- BM67 - New Jersey Devils - Eddie Gerard, D/LW
151- Spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Marty Barry, C
155- Murphy - Montreal Maroons - Punch Broadbent, RW
160- Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Art Ross, D
161- Leopold Stotch - Toronto Marlboros - George Hainsworth, G
164- arrbez & Rick Middleton - Team Iceland - Cecil "Babe" Dye, RW
166- Agent Dale Cooper & Evil Sather - California Golden Seals - Cecil "Tiny" Thompson, G
169- Pwnasaurus & JimEIV - Kansas City Scouts - Hooley Smith, C/RW
170- kruezer - Seattle Metropolitans - Red Horner, D
173- arrbez & Rick Middleton - Team Iceland - Art Coulter, D
179- pappyline - Buffalo Bisons - Bryan Hextall Sr., RW
182- Murphy - Montreal Maroons - Sweeney Schriner, LW
191- BM67 - New Jersey Devils - Didier Pitre, RW/D
195- seventieslord - Regina Pats - Syd Howe, LW
202- BM67 - New Jersey Devils - Harry Cameron, D
212- BM67 - New Jersey Devils - Mickey MacKay, C/RW
221- MXD & Jungosi - Victoria Secrets - Herb Gardiner, D
226- VanIslander - New Haven Nighthawks - Alf Smith, LW
227- VanIslander - New Haven Nighthawks - Frank McGee, C
228- VanIslander - New Haven Nighthawks - Billy Gilmour, RW
231- kruezer - Seattle Metropolitans - Paul Thompson, LW
233- Sturminator & Transplanted Caper - San Francisco Spiders - Hod Stuart, D
237- BM67 - New Jersey Devils - Bun Cook, LW
240- Sturminator & Transplanted Caper - San Francisco Spiders - D Cy Wentworth
251- pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Cecil Dillon, RW
258- BM67 - New Jersey Devils - Ace Bailey, RW
262- nik jr - Lada Togliatti - Lionel Hitchman, D
270- pappyline - Buffalo Bisons - Neil Colville, D/C
276- arrbez & Rick Middleton - Team Iceland - Georges Vezina, G
277- MXD & Jungosi - Victoria Secrets - Jack Darragh, RW
278- Agent Dale Cooper & Evil Sather - California Golden Seals - William "Flash" Hollett, D
279- pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Duke Keats, C
291- Sturminator & Transplanted Caper - San Francisco Spiders - Frank Foytson, F
292- BM67 - New Jersey Devils - Jack Walker, F
293- papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Si Griffis, D
299- nik jr - Lada Togliatti - Nick Metz, F
309- vancityluongo & Evil Speaker - Winnipeg Jets - Reg Noble, F/D
314- shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Joe Hall, D
318- nik jr - Lada Togliatti - Baldy Northcott, LW
322- Spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wing - Larry Aurie, RW
333- MXD & Jungosi - Victoria Secrets - Phil Watson, C/RW
335- VanIslander - New Haven Nighthawks - Harvey Pulford, D
337- Pwnasaurus & JimEIV - Kansas City Scouts - Tommy Phillips, LW/RW
339- Agent Dale Cooper & Evil Sather - California Golden Seals - Cooney Weiland, C
344- Leopold Stotch - Toronto Marlboros - Frank Finnigan, RW
346- seventieslord - Regina Pats - Lester Patrick, D
354- Nalyd Psycho - Houston Aeros - Johnny Gottselig, LW
356- Spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Alex Connell, G
366- pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Billy Burch, C
377- Sturminator & Transplanted Caper - San Francisco Spiders - Cecil Hart, Coach
378- papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Lorne Chabot, G
390- Agent Dale Cooper & Evil Sather - California Golden Seals - Tom Gorman, Coach
393- Pwnasaurus & JimEIV - Kansas City Scouts - Jack Adams, Coach
396- MXD & Jungosi - Victoria Secrets - Pete Green, Coach
405- papershoes - Kenora Thistles - D Mike Grant
415- papershoes - Kenora Thistles - G Hap Holmes
420- EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Pit Lepine, C
429- camperjr & Gagner4God - Pittsburgh Penguins - D Bucko McDonald
445- MXD & Jungosi - Victoria Secrets - Odie Cleghorn, RW/C
449- Pwnasaurus & JimEIV - Kansas City Scouts - Frank Patrick, D
450- pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Red Dutton, D
452- MXD & Jungosi - Victoria Secrets - Bullet Joe Simpson, D
455- Spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wing - Tom Anderson, D
461- papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Frank Fredrickson, C
464- Sturminator & Transplanted Caper - San Francisco Spiders - Bert Corbeau, D
474- Hockey Outsider - Montreal Canadiens - Dick Irvin, C
480- seventieslord - Regina Pats - Jack Marshall, F/D
488- God Bless Canada & raleh - Rocket de Montreal - Hugh Lehman, G
490- papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Harry Mummery, D
502- Agent Dale Cooper & Evil Sather - California Golden Seals - John Sorrell, LW
508- MXD & Jungosi - Victoria Secrets - Tommy Dunderdale, C
511- MXD & Jungosi - Victoria Secrets - Clarence Abel, D
516- shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Albert "Battleship" Leduc, D
519- Spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Harry Watson, LW
523- nik jr - Lada Togliatti - Bernie Morris, F
527- BM67 - New Jersey Devils - Art Duncan, D
535- Hockey Outsider - Montreal Canadiens - George Hay, LW
536- VanIslander - New Haven Nighthawks - Harry Hyland, RW
538- BM67 - New Jersey Devils - Lloyd Cook, D
543- Nalyd Psycho - Houston Aeros - Barney Stanley, RW
545- Sturminator & Transplanted Caper - San Francisco Spiders - Bruce Stuart, F
547- EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Blair Russel, RW/C
549- shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Graham Drinkwater, D/F
556- Agent Dale Cooper & Evil Sather - California Golden Seals - Russell "Dubbie" Bowie, C
559- kruezer - Seattle Metropolitans - Frank Goheen, D
569- Sturminator & Transplanted Caper - San Francisco Spiders - Jack Adams, C
570- BM67 - New Jersey Devils - Eddie Oatman, RW
571- pappyline - Buffalo Bisons - Roy Worters, G
575- Spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Carson Cooper, RW
578- Nalyd Psycho - Houston Aeros - Paddy Moran, G
579- EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Harry Westwick, R
583- BM67 - New Jersey Devils - Ernie Russell, C/RW
587- pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Normie Smith, G
591- Hockey Outsider - Montreal Canadiens - Bobby Rowe, D/RW
599- VanIslander - New Haven Nighthawks - Tommy Smith, C
600- God Bless Canada & raleh - Rocket de Montreal - Art Chapman, C
609- Leopold Stotch - Toronto Marlboros - Hobey Baker, D
618- Nalyd Psycho - Houston Aeros - Rusty Crawford, LW/C
628- shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Georges Mantha, LW/D
634- pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Allan "Scotty" Davidson, RW
635- EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Dan Bain, C
650- EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Lynn Patrick, LW
654- EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Percy LeSueur, G
658- VanIslander - New Haven Nighthawks - Riley Hern, G
663- VanIslander - New Haven Nighthawks- Marty Walsh, C
669- MXD & Jungosi - Victoria Secrets - Murray Murdoch, LW
671- VanIslander - New Haven Nighthawks - Art Ross, Coach
point out the slight adjustments needed to the list please: who on the list wasn't from the 1930's or earlier? (there are borderline cases like Apps Sr. started in 1936, won the Calder in 37 was into his fourth season when the decade ended), but I don't see a single guy on this list who even began his pro career after 1939.

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143 picks

Devils 14
Nighthawks 12
Secrets 11
Aeros 7
Scouts 7
Spiders 7
Thistles 7
Falcons 7
Golden Seals 6
Iceland 6
Pats 6
Clippers 6
Bisons 5
Mets 5
Rocket 5
Smoke Eaters 5

Maroons 4
Red Wings 4
Lada 4
Marlboros 4
Canadiens 3


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11-09-2008, 08:13 AM
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Bruce Stuart is a terrific pick at this point. 13th forward, can play every position in a pinch (as a rover...).

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That's 4.2 per team... I've got my share! 6 in total.

BM67 has only 9? I was sure he had a lot more than that.

And.... I know exactly who you are talking about. I'm sure we all have our excuses for not taking him. I know I do. As a group, though, it's impossible to fathom that 500+ picks in, someone hasn't taken him.
Humm... We have 10...

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point out the slight adjustments needed to the list please: who on the list wasn't from the 1930's or earlier? (there are borderline cases like Apps Sr. started in 1936, won the Calder in 37 was into his fourth season when the decade ended), but I don't see a single guy on this list who even began his pro career after 1939.

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208- God Bless Canada & raleh - Rocket de Montreal - Moose Vasko, D

This one for sure.

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The Seals select C Russel "Dubbie" Bowie.
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If Kennedy, who debuted in 42-43, doesn't qualify, then none of these do either:

23- papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Red Kelly, D/C (47-48)
42- pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Pierre Pilote, D (55-56)
65- Sturminator & Transplanted Caper - San Francisco Spiders - Bill Gadsby, D (46-47)
94- nik jr - Lada Togliatti - Bill Quackenbush, D (42-43)
142- Nalyd Psycho - Houston Aeros - Fern Flaman, D (44-45)
208- God Bless Canada & raleh - Rocket de Montreal - Moose Vasko, D (56-57)
218- pappyline - Buffalo Bisons - Harry Lumley, G (43-44)

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This pick seems fitting, Seattle is happy to add G Pelle Lindbergh.

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Pick coming shortly - man, that Lindberg pick scared me.

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The Secrets found the perfect player to fit a few particular needs.

- Solid goalie
- Can absolutely deliver in the clutch if needed
- Knew what it was to be the backup
- First european picked by the Secrets -- We had more oceanians than europeans...
- Can fix the fridge


G Vladimir Dzurilla


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the Seals select D Mattias Norstrom.

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Bruce Stuart is a terrific pick at this point. 13th forward, can play every position in a pinch (as a rover...).
Well, he's actually our 10th forward, but thanks for the praise, anyway. I like Bruce as a 4th line power forward who can slot in at any position. I'm not much of one for sentimentality, but it also pleases me that TC and I are the first (I believe) to reunite the Stuart boys.

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Well, he's actually our 10th forward, but thanks for the praise, anyway. I like Bruce as a 4th line power forward who can slot in at any position. I'm not much of one for sentimentality, but it also pleases me that TC and I are the first (I believe) to reunite the Stuart boys.

I really thought he was your 13th forward. Of course he can be a regular player...

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The Seals select C Russel "Dubbie" Bowie.
Nice pick! I wonder what tick you off to select him Too bad he won't be much more than a 4th liner yet again in that draft. Was hoping for Camper to select him.

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Because you can never have enough Moose. Seattle is happy to select D Frank Goheen.

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