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Atd-ML#10 THE MINOR LEAGUE DRAFT

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All Time Draft #10 - The Minor League Draft

The draft is over!

The draft will last 24 rounds. You must draft 2 goalies, 6 defensemen, 12 forwards and a coach, with 3 additional picks to be used for whatever position(s) you want.

Trading is allowed. Trades must be equal in numbers, 2 picks for 2 picks, 1 player and a pick for 2 picks, and so on. Really lopsided trades can be vetoed. Rounds 15/16 through 23/24 will be double picks per round.

The time limit is 4 hours. If you miss a time window don't panic, just make up the pick ASAP. You can PM your preferred pick to me beforehand and be assured I won't ever be drafting your top pick for whatever round because my pre-draft prospect list is so darn long I can do without (even if with a grimace). Newly added procedure: If the HfBoards goes down then email your pick (or shortlist) to woodstein10@hotmail.com and the picks will be sorted out afterwards.

Suggestion: POST A REASON OR STATISTIC OR DESCRIPTION WITH YOUR PICK to aid discussion and let us know a bit about the pick, as many may not be household names, especially from other eras.

You must PM the next GM after your selection. And please post a notice to that effect on the draft thread to ensure a smooth flow to the draft.

Any player from any league or era are eligible as long as they were not drafted in the ATD#10. As soon as a pick is posted, the next team's clock will begin even if an ineligible player is chosen: the pick will simply be made up as soon as possible.

Player selection should be based on what they have done (the 'next best' draft, so to speak, the greatest all-time careers not honored by being picked in the main atd#10 draft), and not what they will do in the future, though it's understood that there is a bit of projection with players whose careers were cut short by injury.

Absolutely no dropping of players: once drafted they are drafted, but players could be traded if team needs change. At the end of the draft a team could pick up an undrafted UFA and simply discard a draft pick.

The number of teams that make the playoffs will depend on the number that qualify for the postseason. To qualify, a team must meet this all-time draft roster condition: Have on the team at least ONE player from each of the following time periods:

1939 or earlier
1940-1965
1966-1979
1980-1989
1990-1999
in 2009 (ANY active/nonretired pro player with 200-plus games pro experience regardless of when he began his career)

The very first game ever played in a top pro league defines which time period for the required condition (so, an eighties player whose NHL or SEL rookie season started in 1979 would meet the 1966-79 time period requirement).

On another front, there will be an all-star team of 1LW, 1RW, 1C, 2D, 1G, 1Coach voted on after the regular season.

The MLD#10 Draft order:

Round 1:

1. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Mickey Redmond (rw)
2. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Doug Weight (c)
3. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Kent Nilsson (c)
4. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Kimmo Timonen (d)
5. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Camille Henry (lw)
6. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Ron Hextall (g)
7. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - John Ross Roach (g)
8. pitseleh - New York Americans - Viktor Konovalenko (g)
9. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Tom Lysiak (c)
10. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - George Owen (d)
11. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Harry Oliver (c)
12. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Mike Liut (g)

Round 2:

13. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Clint Smith (c)
14. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Olaf Kolzig (g)
15. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Ziggy Palffy (rw)
16. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Rick Kehoe (rw)
17. pitseleh - New York Americans - Dave Babych (d)
18. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Dickie Boon (d)
19. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Paul MacLean (rw)
20. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Bill Goldsworthy (rw)
21. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Billy Boucher (rw)
22. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Glen Wesley (d)
23. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Mike Karakas (g)
24. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Herb Cain (lw)

Round 3:

25. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Dave Langevin (d)
26. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Harry Trihey (f)
27. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Tony Amonte (rw)
28. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Ed Sandford (lw)
29. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Ken Randall (d/rw)
30. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Paul Ronty (lw)
31. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Jimmy Gardner (lw)
32. pitseleh - New York Americans - Jack Laviolette (d)
33. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - George McNamara (d)
34. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Brad Richards (c)
35. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Rick Nash (lw)
36. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Gilles Marotte (d)

Round 4:

37. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Mike Milbury (d)
38. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers -Pekka Rautakallio (d)
39. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Kirk McLean (g)
40. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Smokey Harris (lw)
41. pitseleh - New York Americans - Milan Hejduk (rw)
42. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Oldrich Machac (d)
43. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Anton Stastny (lw)
44. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Sean Burke (g)
45. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Charlie Burns (c)
46. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Goldie Prodger (d)
47. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Corb Denneny (rw)
48. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Normand Rochefort (d)

Round 5:

49. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Dave Christian (rw)
50. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Kenny Jonsson (d)
51. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Slava Kozlov (lw)
52. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Mike Rogers (c)
53. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - John Ogrodnick (w)
54. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Jeff Beukeboom (d)
55. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Billy Coutu (d)
56. pitseleh - New York Americans - Joe Jerwa (d)
57. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Gregg Sheppard (c)
58. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Ryan Smyth (lw)
59. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Real Cloutier (rw)
60. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Barry Pederson (c)

Round 6:

61. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Miikka Kiprusoff (g)
62. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Dubbie Kerr (lw)
63. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Ed Jovanovski (d)
64. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Alex Shibicky (lw)
65. pitseleh - New York Americans - Yuri Fedorov (d)
66. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Tom Hooper (rw)
67. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Doug Bodger (d)
68. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Marc Savard (c)
69. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Pavol Demitra (lw)
70. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Ray Getliffe (lw)
71. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Dan Boyle (d)
72. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Scott Gomez (c)

Round 7:

73. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Billy Reay (c)
74. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Simon Gagne (lw)
75. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Fredrik Olausson (d)
76. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Larry Hillman (d)
77. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Billy Taylor (c)
78. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Dick Redmond (d)
79. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Stephane Richer (w)
80. pitseleh - New York Americans - Bill Thoms (c)
81. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Mush March (rw)
82. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Kjell Samuelsson (d)
83. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Dimitry Yushkevich (d)
84. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Brian Skrudland (c)

Round 8:

85. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Leo Labine (rw)
86. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Fred Lake (d)
87. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Pierre Larouche (c)
88. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Pete Peeters (g)
89. pitseleh - New York Americans - Red Hamill (lw)
90. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Josef Malecek (c)
91. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Ulf Dahlen (rw)
92. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Frank Glass (rw)
93. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Dan Maloney (lw)
94. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Don Edwards (g)
95. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Blaine Stoughton (rw)
96. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Nikolai Khabibulin (g)

Round 9:

97. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Geoff Courtnall (lw)
98. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Randy Gregg (d)
99. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Yevgeny Babich (rw)
100. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Howie Young (d)
101. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - John Van Boxmeer (d)
102. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Rick Green (d)
103. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Robert Svehla (d)
104. pitseleh - New York Americans - Vladimir Zabrodsky (c)
105. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Doc Romnes (c)
106. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Dennis Hextall (lw)
107. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Willi Plett (rw)
108. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Dave Ellet (d)

Round 10:

109. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Mike Ricci (c)
110. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Matthias Ohlund (d)
111. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Keith Crowder (rw)
112. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Clem Loughlin (d)
113. pitseleh - New York Americans - Nikolai Drozdetsky (lw)
114. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Steve Payne (lw)
115. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Dave Gagner (c)
116. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Jim Morrison (d)
117. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Andy Hebenton (rw)
118. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Jeff Brown (d)
119. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Sergei Kapustin (lw)
120. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Mike Babcock (coach)

Round 11:

121. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Wade Redden (d)
122. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Steve Chiasson (d)
123. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Paul Haynes (c)
124. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Jim Henry (g)
125. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Peter Zezel (c)
126. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Paul Shmyr (d)
127. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Rick Ley (d)
128. pitseleh - New York Americans - Viktor Shalimov (rw)
129. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Doug Crossman (d)
130. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Garry Galley (d)
131. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Cully Dalhstrom (c)
132. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Tony McKegney (lw)

Round 12:

133. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Don Metz (rw)
134. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Charley McVeigh (lw)
135. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - George Gee (c)
136. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Dunc Munro (d)
137. pitseleh - New York Americans - Dave Trottier (lw)
138. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Adam Deadmarsh (w)
139. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Stu Barnes (f)
140. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Sergei Nemchinov (lw/c)
141. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Bruce MacGregor (c)
142. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Jason Arnott (c)
143. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Anders Kallur (rw)
144. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Ron Stackhouse (d)


Round 13:

145. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Samuel Pahlsson (c)
146. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Rejean Houle (rw)
147. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Wally Hergesheimer (rw)
148. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Ron Murphy (lw)
149. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Claude Larose (rw)
150. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Alexander Almetov (c)
151. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Jozef Golonka (c)
152. pitseleh - New York Americans - Jaroslav Jirik (rw)
153. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Percy Galbraith (lw)
154. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Andrei Markov (d)
155. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Hamby Shore (d)
156. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Hy Buller (d)

Round 14:

157. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Rudy Pilous (coach)
158. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Skene Ronan (c)
159. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Tom Johnson (coach)
160. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Eric Staal (c)
161. pitseleh - New York Americans - Frank Boucher (coach)
162. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Moose Watson (c)
163. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Laurie Boschman (c)
164. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Darryl Sydor (d)
165. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Frank Patrick (coach)
166. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Brian Rolston (f)
167. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Sergei Brylin (lw)
168. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Mike O'Connell (d)


Rounds 15/16:

169. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Darius Kasparaitis (d)
170. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Kelly Kisio (c)
171. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Phat Wilson (d)
172. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Jack Ruttan (d)
173. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Syl Apps. Jr (c)
174. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Eddie Gerard (coach)
175. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Lou Fontinato (d)
176. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Jack Evans (d)
177. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Curt Fraser (lw)
178. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Mario Marois (d)
179. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Ray Whitney (lw)
180. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Petr Sykora (rw)
181. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Gaetan Duchesne (lw)
182. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Dave Lewis (d)
183. pitseleh - New York Americans - Al Arbour (d)
184. pitseleh - New York Americans - Johnny Gagnon (rw)
185. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Al MacAdam (rw)
186. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Doug Young (d)
187. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Jay Pandolfo (lw)
188. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Doug Brown (rw)
189. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Bruce Ridpath (rw)
190. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Sheldon Souray (d)
191. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Rich Preston (rw)
192. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Darcy Tucker (lw)

Rounds 17/18:

193. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Jason Smith (d)
194. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Marian Stastny (rw)
195. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Andy Blair (c)
196. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Roland Melanson (g)
197. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - John Wensink (lw)
198. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Sylvain Lefebvre (d)
199. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Dave Maloney (d)
200. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Jimmy Skinner (coach)
201. pitseleh - New York Americans - Alex Tanguay (lw)
202. pitseleh - New York Americans - Henrik Lundqvist (g)
203. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Saku Koivu (c)
204. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Martin Gelinas (lw)
205. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Bouse Hutton (g)
206. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Jay Bouwmeester (d)
207. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Doug Jarrett (d)
208. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Ron Duguay (c)
209. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Dennis Maruk (c)
210. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Mark Napier (rw)
211. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Bob Probert (lw)
212. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Alf Skinner (rw)
213. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Bob Gracie (c)
214. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Greg Adams (lw)
215. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Dave Reid (lw)
216. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Mike Grier (rw)


Rounds 19/20:

217. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Gord Fraser (d)
218. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Marty Turco (g)
219. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Bill Flett (rw)
220. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - David Bauer (coach)
221. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Robyn Regehr (d)
222. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Jimmy Peters Sr. (rw)
223. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Danny Lewicki (lw)
224. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Murray Henderson (d)
225. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Leeroy Goldsworthy (rw)
226. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Brian Kilrea (coach)
227. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Curt Giles (d)
228. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Dennis Kearns (d)
229. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Jose Theodore (g)
230. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Marty Burke (d)
231. pitseleh - New York Americans - Vyacheslav Anisin (c)
232. pitseleh - New York Americans - Bryan McCabe (d)
233. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Wilf Cude (g)
234. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Mud Bruneteau (rw)
235. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Mike Richards (c)
236. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Rob Niedermayer (c)
237. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Vic Lynn (w)
238. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Howard McNamara (d)
239. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Geoff Sanderson (lw)
240. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Frank McCool (g)

Rounds 21/22:

241. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Bill Juzda (d)
242. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Andrew Cassels (c)
243. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Odie Cleghorn (coach)
244. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Andre Pronovost (lw)
245. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Evgeny Nabokov (g)
246. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Dwight McMillan (ass. coach)
247. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Tim Young (c)
248. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Danny Grant (lw)
249. pitseleh - New York Americans - Udo Kiessling (d)
250. pitseleh - New York Americans - Dutch Reibel (c)
251. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Bill Fairbairn (lw)
252. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Mark Osborne (lw)
253. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Eric Vail (lw)
254. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Randy Carlyle (coach)
255. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Bobby Kromm (ass. coach)
256. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Johnny Mowers (g)
257. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Vitezslav Duris (d)
258. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Robbie Ftorek (c)
259. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Ed Johnston (g)
260. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Yevgeny Paladiev (d)
261. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Lloyd Percival (ass. coach)
262. Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Lorne Carr (rw)
263. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Steve Konowalchuk (lw)
264. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Joe Lamb (rw)


Rounds 23/24:

265. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Jack Findlay (f)
266. chaosrevolver & cottonking - Labatt Blues - Jack Campbell (d)
267. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Zinetula Bilyaletdinov (d)
268. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Viktor Zhluktov (c)
269. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Cal Gardner (c)
270. seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Capitals - Mike Krushelnyski (c/lw)
271. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Giles Meloche (g)
272. pappyline & Sturminator - Newfoundland Fog Devils - Bob Armstrong (d)
273. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Adrian Aucoin (d)
274. Evil Speaker - Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays - Ron Sutter (c)
275. papershoes - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Marion Gaborik (rw)
276. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Konstantin Loktev (rw)
277. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Viktor Tikhonov (coach)
278. VanIslander & Nalyd Psycho - Oxford Dark Blues - Jyrki Lumme (d)
279. pitseleh - New York Americans - Claude Ruel (ass. coach)
280. pitseleh - New York Americans - Jack Marks (lw/d)
281. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Jiri Fischer (d)
282. Spitfire11 - Adirondack Red Wings - Jan Erixon (w)
283. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Sylvain Cote (d)
284. raleh & GodBlessCanada - Melville Millionaires - Herb Carnegie (c)
285. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Mac Colville (rw/d)
286. Kyle McMahon & MXD - Yaroslav Manglers - Nik Fotiu (w)
287. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Roman Hamirlik (d)
288. Transplanted Caper - Peterborough Petes - Dick Todd (ass. coach)


ADD/DROP:

Labatt Blues drop right winger Mike Grier and adds center Oliver Seibert.
Grier suffers from an injury that will keep him out of the game until the 11th ATD/MLD/AAA season.


Trades:
Peterborough Petes trade 61st, 84th and their 13th rounder to Regina Capitals for 70th, 75th and their 13 rounder.
Oxford Dark Blues trade 103rd and 114th to Regina Capitals for 94th and their 12th rounder.
Oxford Dark Blues trade its 13th, 19th, 20th to the Tidewater Sharks for their 13th, 23rd, 24th.
Oxford Dark Blues trade its 21st and 22nd to the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds for their skipped 16th and 24th


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If a last minute team or two joins before midnight tonight they'll be placed accordingly, but it seems we can run with a Canadian division and a World division:

Atd-ML#10

Sir Montagu Allan division:

Regina Capitals
Melville Millionaires
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
Peterborough Petes
Newfoundland Fog Devils
Labatt Blues


Mickey Ion division:

Yaroslavl Manglers
Oxford Dark Blues
Adirondack Red Wings
Dayton Ohio Mincer Rays
Tidewater Sharks
New York Americans

If every team qualifies for the playoffs then, with 12 teams, a short 5-game opening round (48-hour discussion time) will pit the 3rd vs. 6th, 4th vs. 5th in each division, with two byes per division for the two top seeds. The playoffs will be swift and merciless. The draft and playoffs will be entirely completed before the last day of March, so help the hockey gods. So say us all.


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Just to make sure, noon EST tomorrow?

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In today's headlines...

I'd just like to wish everybody good luck in the MLD. You're going to need it, since raleh and I are back together for the MLD. The fans in Melville are rabid for a championship in the centennial year, and they want to see an MLD championship banner hanging from the rafters of The Vault.

Dare I say that the Mills have the biggest home ice advantage in the league? Having been in The Vault, I think we do.

A big welcome to Bruins72 and Kyle McMahon. Don't know much about Bruin72. I'm thrilled to have Kyle McMahon in this thing. It's been a long time coming. We have some excellent veteran GMs, too, so that should mean a quick, fluent draft that should be done in about three weeks.

As I've said before, I'm thrilled to have VanI back to run this thing. He runs a tight ship, but I think the MLD works best that way. It's a good way to do some things (all-star teams, team MVPs, doubled-up picks) that we wouldn't be able to do in the ATD. VanI's got a lot of good ideas for this format. And I'm glad that everybody will make the playoffs - if they play their cards right.

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I will be around to make Regina's first pick. Looking forward to it. Good luck, everyone.

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Draft order set. Cheers to Labatt

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and notice a psycho has joined as co-GM in Oxford

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Yup. I wasn't prepared to go solo in this. But VanI is someone I've often felt I'd work well with. So now we'll find out.

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Yup. I wasn't prepared to go solo in this. But VanI is someone I've often felt I'd work well with. So now we'll find out.
You are both mad scientists. I am expecting either greatness or some kind of explosion.

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You are both mad scientists. I am expecting either greatness or some kind of explosion.
What about an explosion of greatness?

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Dare I say that the Mills have the biggest home ice advantage in the league? Having been in The Vault, I think we do.
Not so fast, my friend ... clearly, you haven't been in The Cooler, home of your Labatt Blues. Ours are known Canada-wide as some of the most rabid, loud fans in the league. Once they get a few in 'em, they help make sure that nobody makes it out of London with pints ... I mean points.

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Not so fast, my friend ... clearly, you haven't been in The Cooler, home of your Labatt Blues. Ours are known Canada-wide as some of the most rabid, loud fans in the league. Once they get a few in 'em, they help make sure that nobody makes it out of London with pints ... I mean points.
Just an example of some of our fans:


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Our team has the power.

Guys who've played hockey for the Dark Blues include Rt. Hon. Lester B. Pearson (former Canadian Prime Minister and Nobel Peace Prize Winner), Rt. Hon. Roland Michener (Governor-General of Canada), Hon. Dr. George Stanley (Designer of the Canadian flag) and Clarence Campbell (former NHL President).

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With the 1st selection in the 10th Minor League Draft..the Labatt Blues select..

RW - Mickey Redmond (1968-1976)


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Tidewater selects C Doug Weight


273 Goals, 729 Assists (43rd all time) for 1002 Points (73rd all-time)
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Redmond certainly had a great 3-year peak and the individual awards to show for it. And had one decent full season in Montreal, a cup and a bit part in another cup. Too bad injuries kept him from doing any more than that. A relatively short career marked by a great shot as a finisher.

The thing is, he plays right wing, by far the deepest position in this draft. And it's hard to see what he would have brought to the main draft, how he ought to have gone there, except as an extra forward for another injury-prone winger. he's not one of the guys who definitely should have gone in the main draft imo.

That said... because only injury appeared to stop him from all-time glory, his demonstrated skill and performance while healthy has to make him a top scoring threat in this draft! ... Labatt might be forming themselves one of the best first lines.

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Yup. I wasn't prepared to go solo in this. But VanI is someone I've often felt I'd work well with. So now we'll find out.
Wow. The two GMs that have made the most aggressive trade ups in ATD history (Howe-Lemieux, and Beliveau-Bourque) working together? I feel like a good move for you guys would be to spend your first two picks on coaches Eddie Shore and Doug Harvey, then announce that they will be suiting up as player coaches, trading away all of your lower picks and surrounding the big two with the current roster of the Victoria Salmon Kings.

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I feel like a good move for you guys would be to spend your first two picks on coaches Eddie Shore and Doug Harvey, then announce that they will be suiting up as player coaches, trading away all of your lower picks and surrounding the big two with the current roster of the Victoria Salmon Kings.
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I think that's highly debatable.

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1002 points in 1169 NHL games makes him worthwhile to pick but man-oh-man I hadn't realized he has scored 72 points in 97 NHL playoff games: THAT's impressive. (I hadn't watched the Oilers in the post-Messier nineties and I never watch the Blues in the postseason except the season they upset my Sharks, neither team able to score, Selanne doin' squat...)

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Doug Weight might have been (and, in my opinion, WAS)the best player available, and one we would have given a long look at if he would still have been there at 11th.

However, things being what they are (mainly, playing in a rather deep position for this draft), I'm not sure he was the best PICK available.

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and post something about your pick (we all know Weight can pass, but so can others, give us a bone to chew on, some stat, reason or quote that makes him stand out from the crowd for ya!)
I will in the future. I was in a rush to get to class.

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hey hedberg... do you know why Joe Thornton is so much more valued in the ATDs than Doug Weight?

Neither one can score but each are wizards in the passing department.

I guess Joe's peak of one MVP season is the difference. And his size, though he's no prototypical power forward in my book, regardless of what some say.

*shrug*

oh wait... YOU drafted Joe in ATD10

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Doug Weight is a guy I had hoped might be around in round 2 or 3, though once MXD joined in I gave up any hope of that.

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Good thing I'm 9th, I have no list ready or anything.

For some reason I thought Dave Kerr made it through the main draft..

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Redmond's probably the best goal scorer available. Too bad he ran into injury problems. One of hockey's biggest "what if" cases. Back-to-back 50-goal seasons, a 40-goal season, two all-star births = a guy who is a game-breaker at this level. Yeah, he played with Marcel Dionne, but Redmond can score.

Doug Weight's solid. He's good enough to play in the ATD. Underrated defensively and plays with a lot of heart, tenacity and fearlessness. Not a natural physical force, but not afraid to be involved physically. He was nearly a point-per-game in both the regular season and the playoffs in his eight years and five post-seasons in the playoffs, even though the Oilers weren't very good.

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