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12-27-2011, 09:41 AM
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I doubt R.Suter hit free agency I suspect the Predators will re-sign Suter and trade S.Weber but that's my gut feeling.

As for Parise I highly doubt he would come here but you never know .
I'm well aware of these things, which is why I said its easier said than done, but you never know. Its worth the try. There are other guys also, I just named these 2 as being my favorite UFA targets.

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[QUOTE=Subban76;41513497]Suter is UFA this year and would come in cheaper than Weber. I would perfer at right handed Dman though like Weber, but Suter with Subban would make for a great 1st pairing.

Either Weber or Suter should be high on our target list...I know other team obviously would be too but we need to solidy our back end....we have some great defensive prospects but we need a top 2 defensemen now to shut down the opposition and compliment Subban & Price.

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Suter is UFA this year and would come in cheaper than Weber. I would perfer at right handed Dman though like Weber, but Suter with Subban would make for a great 1st pairing.

Either Weber or Suter should be high on our target list...I know other team obviously would be too but we need to solidy our back end....we have some great defensive prospects but we need a top 2 defensemen now to shut down the opposition and compliment Subban & Price.
Yes, and to teach and show Subban, Beaulieu and Tinordi also. Kids need to be properly surrounded to develop and a Suter or Weber would be ideal as a role model for our developing kids.

I'm willing to overpay for 1 of these 2 guys. Problem is Weber will cost the world to get him via trade.

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Yes, and to teach and show Subban, Beaulieu and Tinordi also. Kids need to be properly surrounded to develop and a Suter or Weber would be ideal as a role model for our developing kids.

I'm willing to overpay for 1 of these 2 guys. Problem is Weber will cost the world to get him via trade.
Yes, but it's well worth it for the reasons you mentioned.

We need to do the same things once we lock up a top center.

Here are the top 25 for this years drafts we need to absolutely target a top big star center and get him...and not a project but one that can start playing on our team now:

1. Nail Yakupov, RW (Sarnia) 10/6/1993, 5-10.5/189
2. Alex Galchenyuk, C (Sarnia) 2/12/1994, 6-0.5/198
3. Olli Maatta, D (London) 8/22/1994, 6-1.5/202
4. Radek Faksa, C (Kitchener) 1/9/1994, 6-3/202
5. Jarrod Maidens, C (Owen Sound) 3/4/1994, 6-0.5/178
6. Andreas Athanasiou, C (London) 8/6/1994, 6-0/179
7. Brendan Gaunce, C (Belleville) 3/25/1994, 6-2/215
8. Scott Kosmachuk, RW (Guelph) 1/24/1994, 5-11.5/185
9. Slater Koekkoek, D (Peterborough) 2/18/1994, 6-2/184
10. Cody Ceci, D (Ottawa) 12/21/1993, 6-2.5/207
11. Thomas Wilson, RW (Plymouth) 3/29/1994, 6-3.5/203
12. Gemel Smith, C (Owen Sound) 4/16/1994, 5-10/160
13. Trevor Carrick, D (Mississauga) 7/4/1994, 6-1.5/172
14. Dane Fox, C (London) 10/13/1993, 6-0/185
15. Matthew Finn, D (Guelph) 2/24/1994, 6-0.25/195
16. Matia Marcantuoni, C (Kitchener) 2/22/1994, 5-11.75/194
17. Gianluca Curcuruto, D (Sault Ste. Marie) 2/25/1994, 6-0.25/195
18. Micheal Clarke, C (Windsor) 4/29/1994, 5-11.25/184
19. Brady Vail, LW (Windsor) 3/11/1994, 6-0.25/195
20. Chris Tierney, LW (London) 7/1/1994, 6-0.25/181
21. Dylan Blujus, D (Brampton) 1/22/1994, 6-2.75/193
22. Tanner Pearson, LW (Barrie) 8/10/1992, 6-0/198
23. Kristoff Kontos, C (Sudbury) 12/6/1993, 6-1/199
24. Joel Wigle, RW (Niagara) 2/14/1994, 6-2.5/196
25. Artur Gavrus, LW (Owen Sound) 1/3/1994, 5-10/168

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Yes, but it's well worth it for the reasons you mentioned.

We need to do the same things once we lock up a top center.

Here are the top 25 for this years drafts we need to absolutely target a top big star center and get him...and not a project but one that can start playing on our team now:

1. Nail Yakupov, RW (Sarnia) 10/6/1993, 5-10.5/189
2. Alex Galchenyuk, C (Sarnia) 2/12/1994, 6-0.5/198
3. Olli Maatta, D (London) 8/22/1994, 6-1.5/202
4. Radek Faksa, C (Kitchener) 1/9/1994, 6-3/202
5. Jarrod Maidens, C (Owen Sound) 3/4/1994, 6-0.5/178
6. Andreas Athanasiou, C (London) 8/6/1994, 6-0/179
7. Brendan Gaunce, C (Belleville) 3/25/1994, 6-2/215
8. Scott Kosmachuk, RW (Guelph) 1/24/1994, 5-11.5/185
9. Slater Koekkoek, D (Peterborough) 2/18/1994, 6-2/184
10. Cody Ceci, D (Ottawa) 12/21/1993, 6-2.5/207
11. Thomas Wilson, RW (Plymouth) 3/29/1994, 6-3.5/203
12. Gemel Smith, C (Owen Sound) 4/16/1994, 5-10/160
13. Trevor Carrick, D (Mississauga) 7/4/1994, 6-1.5/172
14. Dane Fox, C (London) 10/13/1993, 6-0/185
15. Matthew Finn, D (Guelph) 2/24/1994, 6-0.25/195
16. Matia Marcantuoni, C (Kitchener) 2/22/1994, 5-11.75/194
17. Gianluca Curcuruto, D (Sault Ste. Marie) 2/25/1994, 6-0.25/195
18. Micheal Clarke, C (Windsor) 4/29/1994, 5-11.25/184
19. Brady Vail, LW (Windsor) 3/11/1994, 6-0.25/195
20. Chris Tierney, LW (London) 7/1/1994, 6-0.25/181
21. Dylan Blujus, D (Brampton) 1/22/1994, 6-2.75/193
22. Tanner Pearson, LW (Barrie) 8/10/1992, 6-0/198
23. Kristoff Kontos, C (Sudbury) 12/6/1993, 6-1/199
24. Joel Wigle, RW (Niagara) 2/14/1994, 6-2.5/196
25. Artur Gavrus, LW (Owen Sound) 1/3/1994, 5-10/168
Galchenyuk would be great. I think he will slip to end of top 10 picks (7-10), which is where we will pick if we don't make the playoffs IMHO. I'm all for the lottery pick and all, but this team is too talented to finish bottom 5. A very bad season will end up being a 7-10 pick, not top 5. That's wishful thinking IMHO.

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12-27-2011, 10:25 AM
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The only thing that scares me about Galchenyuk is his injury. How will he come back next year? We don't want another Markov on our hands who will always have knee issues. Gaunce seems like a very interesting prospect. Great progression from last year and already 6 foot 2 and over 200 pounds.

Nobody seems to be mentionning Zemgus Girgensons in the USHL. He's a big kid (6 foot 2, 175 pounds) and a center.


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The only thing that scares me about Galchenyuk is his injury. How will he come back next year? We don't want another Markov on our hands who will always have knee issues. Gaunce seems like a very interesting prospect. Great progression from last year and already 6 foot 2 and over 200 pounds.

Nobody seems to be mentionning Zemgus Girgensons in the USHL. He's a big kid (6 foot 2, 175 pounds) and a center.
He would be a consolation prize. It scares me that he doesnt have over a point a game in the USHL. And he will probably go the college route. This year we need a pick that will be ready at the same time as Beaulieu, Gallagher, Bournival and maybe Tinordi.

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He would be a consolation prize. It scares me that he doesnt have over a point a game in the USHL. And he will probably go the college route. This year we need a pick that will be ready at the same time as Beaulieu, Gallagher, Bournival and maybe Tinordi.
PPG..That is a concern....we actually need a center that start in the NHL now...not sure who would be able to do that off this top draft list .

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He would be a consolation prize. It scares me that he doesnt have over a point a game in the USHL. And he will probably go the college route. This year we need a pick that will be ready at the same time as Beaulieu, Gallagher, Bournival and maybe Tinordi.
Last time I checked, he had 26 points in 22 games

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Last time I checked, he had 26 points in 22 games
Those are pretty good numbers for USHL, it's not a high scoring league.

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Last time I checked, he had 26 points in 22 games
Yea but you look at other 1rst round prospects and they are putting those points up and more in the OHL,WHL, Q and Swedish Elite League. Plus he is going the college route which is always a concern.

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If we can't get our top center from the draft this year ...how about getting Huberdeau from the Panthers..

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If we can't get our top center from the draft this year ...how about getting Huberdeau from the Panthers..
They will ask for our 1rst plus a blue chip prospect.

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If we can't get our top center from the draft this year ...how about getting Huberdeau from the Panthers..
For what?

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If we can't get our top center from the draft this year ...how about getting Huberdeau from the Panthers..
That could be a viable option on draft day if, let's say, we're picking 7th and all the juiciest center prospects are taken, we can dangle our pick + for Huberdeau.

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Yea but you look at other 1rst round prospects and they are putting those points up and more in the OHL,WHL, Q and Swedish Elite League. Plus he is going the college route which is always a concern.
The top scorers in the OHL WHL and Q usually have more PPGM than in the USHL, it`s traditionally a low scoring league.

USHL only has 14 guys above 1 PPGM. The QMJHL has about 30, OHL 40+ and WHL about 35.

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That could be a viable option on draft day if, let's say, we're picking 7th and all the juiciest center prospects are taken, we can dangle our pick + for Huberdeau.
even without thinking about the "+", it's definitely something i would do and tallon would be listening to it.

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even without thinking about the "+", it's definitely something i would do and tallon would be listening to it.
The + would have to be huge and not sure Tallon would be interested in trading Huberdeau. Tallon want to do like in Chicago and Huberdeau is is Toews.

Eller, 1st pick + something else like a Kristo?

I agree that if Tallon is open to the idea of trading Huberdeau, Habs should go for it, even more than one of the 2012 prospects, but Tallon would be crazy.

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Yes, but it's well worth it for the reasons you mentioned.

We need to do the same things once we lock up a top center.

Here are the top 25 for this years drafts we need to absolutely target a top big star center and get him...and not a project but one that can start playing on our team now:

1. Nail Yakupov, RW (Sarnia) 10/6/1993, 5-10.5/189
2. Alex Galchenyuk, C (Sarnia) 2/12/1994, 6-0.5/198
3. Olli Maatta, D (London) 8/22/1994, 6-1.5/202
4. Radek Faksa, C (Kitchener) 1/9/1994, 6-3/202
5. Jarrod Maidens, C (Owen Sound) 3/4/1994, 6-0.5/178
6. Andreas Athanasiou, C (London) 8/6/1994, 6-0/179
7. Brendan Gaunce, C (Belleville) 3/25/1994, 6-2/215
8. Scott Kosmachuk, RW (Guelph) 1/24/1994, 5-11.5/185
9. Slater Koekkoek, D (Peterborough) 2/18/1994, 6-2/184
10. Cody Ceci, D (Ottawa) 12/21/1993, 6-2.5/207
11. Thomas Wilson, RW (Plymouth) 3/29/1994, 6-3.5/203
12. Gemel Smith, C (Owen Sound) 4/16/1994, 5-10/160
13. Trevor Carrick, D (Mississauga) 7/4/1994, 6-1.5/172
14. Dane Fox, C (London) 10/13/1993, 6-0/185
15. Matthew Finn, D (Guelph) 2/24/1994, 6-0.25/195
16. Matia Marcantuoni, C (Kitchener) 2/22/1994, 5-11.75/194
17. Gianluca Curcuruto, D (Sault Ste. Marie) 2/25/1994, 6-0.25/195
18. Micheal Clarke, C (Windsor) 4/29/1994, 5-11.25/184
19. Brady Vail, LW (Windsor) 3/11/1994, 6-0.25/195
20. Chris Tierney, LW (London) 7/1/1994, 6-0.25/181
21. Dylan Blujus, D (Brampton) 1/22/1994, 6-2.75/193
22. Tanner Pearson, LW (Barrie) 8/10/1992, 6-0/198
23. Kristoff Kontos, C (Sudbury) 12/6/1993, 6-1/199
24. Joel Wigle, RW (Niagara) 2/14/1994, 6-2.5/196
25. Artur Gavrus, LW (Owen Sound) 1/3/1994, 5-10/168
Interesting list. I would like it if the Habs dropped the "Best Available Player" strategy and did target a big center. BAP is the norm I know but as the thread title says -- New Draft Strategy.

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even without thinking about the "+", it's definitely something i would do and tallon would be listening to it.
Well if Tallon is open to listening to it...they need to act on it now..

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Yes, but it's well worth it for the reasons you mentioned.

We need to do the same things once we lock up a top center.

Here are the top 25 for this years drafts we need to absolutely target a top big star center and get him...and not a project but one that can start playing on our team now:

1. Nail Yakupov, RW (Sarnia) 10/6/1993, 5-10.5/189
2. Alex Galchenyuk, C (Sarnia) 2/12/1994, 6-0.5/198
3. Olli Maatta, D (London) 8/22/1994, 6-1.5/202
4. Radek Faksa, C (Kitchener) 1/9/1994, 6-3/202
5. Jarrod Maidens, C (Owen Sound) 3/4/1994, 6-0.5/178
6. Andreas Athanasiou, C (London) 8/6/1994, 6-0/179
7. Brendan Gaunce, C (Belleville) 3/25/1994, 6-2/215
8. Scott Kosmachuk, RW (Guelph) 1/24/1994, 5-11.5/185
9. Slater Koekkoek, D (Peterborough) 2/18/1994, 6-2/184
10. Cody Ceci, D (Ottawa) 12/21/1993, 6-2.5/207
11. Thomas Wilson, RW (Plymouth) 3/29/1994, 6-3.5/203
12. Gemel Smith, C (Owen Sound) 4/16/1994, 5-10/160
13. Trevor Carrick, D (Mississauga) 7/4/1994, 6-1.5/172
14. Dane Fox, C (London) 10/13/1993, 6-0/185
15. Matthew Finn, D (Guelph) 2/24/1994, 6-0.25/195
16. Matia Marcantuoni, C (Kitchener) 2/22/1994, 5-11.75/194
17. Gianluca Curcuruto, D (Sault Ste. Marie) 2/25/1994, 6-0.25/195
18. Micheal Clarke, C (Windsor) 4/29/1994, 5-11.25/184
19. Brady Vail, LW (Windsor) 3/11/1994, 6-0.25/195
20. Chris Tierney, LW (London) 7/1/1994, 6-0.25/181
21. Dylan Blujus, D (Brampton) 1/22/1994, 6-2.75/193
22. Tanner Pearson, LW (Barrie) 8/10/1992, 6-0/198
23. Kristoff Kontos, C (Sudbury) 12/6/1993, 6-1/199
24. Joel Wigle, RW (Niagara) 2/14/1994, 6-2.5/196
25. Artur Gavrus, LW (Owen Sound) 1/3/1994, 5-10/168
You have the top 25 players from the OHL that omits so many top players probably 70%.Grigorenko,Frk,Reinhart,Trouba etc.

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You have the top 25 players from the OHL that omits so many top players probably 70%.Grigorenko,Frk,Reinhart,Trouba etc.
Your right...here the proper list of the worlds top 60...have only included the top 10 and top center from the the list of top 60

THE TOP 60
RK Player Team Pos. S Ht/Wt GP G A Pts +/-
1. Nail Yakupov Sarnia(OHL) RW L 5'11/18324 19 30 49 17
2. Filip Forsberg Leksands (SWE) LW 6'1/196 26 4 3 7 -1
3. Mathew Dumba Red Deer (WHL) D 5'11/175 30 10 12 22 2
4. Morgan Rielly Moose Jaw (WHL) D 6'0/198 17 3 15 18 6
5. Alex Galchenyuk Sarnia (OHL) C 6'1/197 0 0 0 0 0
6. Mikhail Grigorenko Quebec (QMJHL) C 6'2/183 34 24 30 54 19
7. Griffin Reinhart Edmonton (WHL) D 6'3/202 24 6 10 16 10
8. Jacob Trouba US NTDP D 6'1/193 26 2 8 10
9. Zemgus Girgensons Dubuque (USHL) C 6'1/197 20 9 12 21 3
10. Ryan Murray Everett (WHL) D 6'0/199 11 3 4 7 -5
21.Radek Faksa Kitchener (OHL) C 6'1/183 30 15 17 32 14
25. Andreas Athanasiou London (OHL) C 6'0/173 31 11 9 20 8
26. Brendan Gaunce Belleville (OHL) C 6'2/215 31 18 17 35 13
32. Ludvig Nilsson Timra (SWE) C 6'1/173 25 9 7 16 14
33. Scott Laughton Oshawa (OHL) C 6'0/179 29 4 16 20 3
35. Michael Clarke Windsor (OHL) C 6'11/184 35 11 9 20 4
45. Tanner Richard Guelph (OHL) C 5'11/182 30 10 24 34 3
59. Devin Shore Whitby (OJHL) C 6'0/184 24 13 17 30
60. Dane Fox London (OHL) C 6'0/185 28 12 16 28 16

Here's this years top centers ...Have your pick for the habs

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At the trade deadline, we should be able to get a first rounder for Kaberle,Cami or Gionta...

We than can package our first with it to get into the lottery territory.

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At the trade deadline, we should be able to get a first rounder for Kaberle,Cami or Gionta...

We than can package our first with it to get into the lottery territory.
2 lotto picks. Galchenyuk and Grigorenko on the Habs for 10+ years.

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2 lotto picks. Galchenyuk and Grigorenko on the Habs for 10+ years.
That would be great...I think it's do able being that we are sliding in the rankings..

I think are top star player strategy should include a progression plan to attract and develop top russian talent where it's draft picks, prospects & vet trades...Montreal is an ideal city that russians love...We should also have stragy to compliment them with top french talents as well..

So our corego to clutch players would be predominantly russians and french with complimenting north american players..

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