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07-07-2012, 12:14 PM
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Nashville gets screwed in most of these. Not a single pick.

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07-07-2012, 12:29 PM
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Columbus: Henrik Lundqvist
Edmonton: Ryan McDonagh
Montreal: Brad Richards
New York Islanders: Ryan Callahan
Toronto: Marian Gaborik
Anaheim: Marc Staal
Minnesota: Derek Stepan
Carolina: Dan Girardi
Winnipeg: Michael Del Zotto
Tampa Bay: Chris Kreider
Colorado: Brandon Dubinsky
Buffalo: Tim Erixon
Dallas: Dylan McIlrath
Calgary: Artem Anisimov
Ottawa: Carl Hagelin
Washington: JT Miller
Florida: Brian Boyle
San Jose: Jesper Fast
Phoenix: Anton Stralman
Chicago: Christian Thomas
Detroit: Michael Sauer
Boston: Brady Skjei
Philadelphia: Taylor Pyatt
Nashville: Mike Rupp
Pittsburgh: Aaron Asham
St Louis: Casey Wellman
NY Rangers:
Vancouver: Martin Biron
New Jersey: Michael St Croix
LA: Andrew Yogan

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07-07-2012, 12:39 PM
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Edmonton: Zdeno Chara
Columbus: Tyler Seguin
Montreal: Patrice Bergeron
New York Islanders: Tuukka Rask
Toronto: Milan Lucic
Anaheim: David Krejci
Minnesota: Dougie Hamilton
Carolina: Nathan Horton
Winnipeg: Dennis Seidenberg
Tampa Bay: Brad Marchand
Colorado: Johny boychuk
Buffalo: Adam McQuaid
Dallas: Chris Kelly
Calgary: Rich Peverley
Ottawa: Andrew Ference
Washington: Jordan Caron
San Jose: Ryan Spooner
Chicago: Jared Knight
Detroit: Malcolm Subban
Philadelphia: Greg Campbell
Nashville: Daniel Paille
Pittsburgh: Matt Grzelcyk
Florida: Anton Khudobin
St. Louis: Alex Khoklachev
Vancouver: Shawn Thornton
Phoenix: Torey Krug
New York: Seth Griffith
New Jersey: Max Sauvé
Los Angeles: Matt Bartkowski

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07-07-2012, 02:05 PM
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Edmonton: Joe Thornton
Columbus: Logan Couture
Montreal: Patrick Marleau
New York Islanders: Dan Boyle
Toronto: Antti Niemi
Anaheim: Joe Pavelski
Minnesota: Brent Burns
Carolina: Ryane Clowe
Winnipeg: Martin Havlat
Tampa Bay: Marc-Eduard Vlasic
Colorado: Brad Stuart
Buffalo: Douglas Murray
Dallas: Tommy Wingels
Calgary: Justin Braun
Ottawa: Jason Demers
Washington: Thomas Greiss
San Jose:
Chicago: Andrew Desjardins
Detroit: Alex Stalock
Boston: Freddie Hamilton
Philadelphia: Adam Burish
Nashville: Matt Nieto
Pittsburgh: Harri Sateri
Florida: Tomas Hertl
St. Louis: Konrad Abelthauser
Vancouver: Michal Handzus
Phoenix: Taylor Doherty
New York: Dylan DeMelo
New Jersey: Nick Petrecki
Los Angeles: Matt Pelech

To a fan of a team that had a later pick, sorry if you never heard of who you got, this is what happens when a team trade all its draft picks.

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07-07-2012, 02:54 PM
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Columbus: Henrik Sedin
Edmonton: Cory Schneider
Montreal: Daniel Sedin
New York Islanders: Roberto Luongo
Toronto: Ryan Kesler
Anaheim: Dan Hamhuis
Minnesota: Alex Edler
Carolina: Kevin Bieksa
Winnipeg: Alex Burrows
Tampa Bay: Jason Garrison
Colorado: David Booth
Buffalo: Zack Kassian
Dallas: Niklas Jensen
Calgary: Jordan Schroeder
Ottawa: Jannik Hansen
Washington: Chris Tanev
San Jose: Brendan Gaunce
Chicago: Chris Higgins
Detroit: Keith Ballard
Boston: Mason Raymond
Philadelphia: Eddie Lack
Nashville: Maxim Lapierre
Pittsburgh: Brendan Gaunce
Florida: Manny Malhotra
St. Louis: Dale Weise
Vancouver: -
Phoenix: Yann Suave
New York: Bill Sweatt
New Jersey: Anton Rodin
Los Angeles: Alexandre Mallet

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07-07-2012, 03:03 PM
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Edmonton: Ondrej Pavelec
Columbus: Evander Kane
Montreal: Mark Scheifele
New York Islanders: Dustin Byfuglien
Toronto: Tobias Enstrom
Anaheim: Andrew Ladd
Minnesota: Zach Bogosian
Carolina: Mark Stuart
Tampa Bay: Alex Burmistrov
Colorado: Bryan Little
Buffalo: Blake Wheeler
Dallas: Jacob Trouba
Calgary: Jim Slater
Ottawa: Grant Clitsome
Washington: Chris Thorburn
San Jose: Ron Hainsey
Chicago: Olli Jokinen
Detroit: Nik Antropov
Philadelphia: Patrice Cormier
Nashville: Spencer Machacek
Pittsburgh: Arturs Kulda
Florida: Zachary Yuen
Boston: Alexei Ponikarovsky
St. Louis: Brett Festerling
Vancouver: Carl Klingberg
Phoenix: Antti Miettinen
New York: Ivan Telegin
New Jersey: Al Montoya
Los Angeles: Paul Postma
Pavelec 1st overall?

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07-07-2012, 03:12 PM
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Edmonton: Malkin
Columbus: Letang
Montreal: Crosby
Are you doing this thinking Letang has more value then Crosby or Howson is an idiot?

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07-07-2012, 03:16 PM
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Edmonton: Ondrej Pavelec
Columbus: Evander Kane
Montreal: Mark Scheifele
New York Islanders: Dustin Byfuglien
Toronto: Tobias Enstrom
Anaheim: Andrew Ladd
Minnesota: Zach Bogosian
Carolina: Mark Stuart
Tampa Bay: Alex Burmistrov
Colorado: Bryan Little
Buffalo: Blake Wheeler
Dallas: Jacob Trouba
Calgary: Jim Slater
Ottawa: Grant Clitsome
Washington: Chris Thorburn
San Jose: Ron Hainsey
Chicago: Olli Jokinen
Detroit: Nik Antropov
Philadelphia: Patrice Cormier
Nashville: Spencer Machacek
Pittsburgh: Arturs Kulda
Florida: Zachary Yuen
Boston: Alexei Ponikarovsky
St. Louis: Brett Festerling
Vancouver: Carl Klingberg
Phoenix: Antti Miettinen
New York: Ivan Telegin
New Jersey: Al Montoya
Los Angeles: Paul Postma
Edmonton would not take Pavalec, they have Dubnyk already. It'd either be Kane or Bogosian.

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07-07-2012, 03:17 PM
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Columbus: Pietrangelo
Edmonton: Backes
Montreal: Tarasenko
New York Islanders: Oshie
Toronto: Backes
Anaheim: Perron
Minnesota: Halak
Pittsburgh: Schwartz
Winnipeg: Shattenkirk
Tampa Bay: Berglund
Washington: Ian Cole
Buffalo: Brian Elliot
Dallas: Steen
Buffalo: Jackman
Ottawa: Russel
Washington: Grachev
San Jose: J. Allen
Chicago: Stewart
Tampa Bay: Andy Mac
Philly: Arnott
Calgary: Rattie
Pittsburgh: Langenbrunner
Florida:Colaiacovo
Boston: Nichol
St. Louis:
Vancouver: D'Agostini
Phoenix: Sobotka
New York: Ryan Reaves (lol)
New Jersey: Porter
Los Angeles: Mcrae
You've got Backes on two teams.

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07-07-2012, 03:19 PM
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Are you doing this thinking Letang has more value then Crosby or Howson is an idiot?
Think Howson would be too scared to take a gamble on Sid with the injury hanging over him.

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07-07-2012, 03:23 PM
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Think Howson would be too scared to take a gamble on Sid with the injury hanging over him.
After all he took Murray ahead of Galchenyuk this year, so it make sense

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07-07-2012, 03:25 PM
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Edmonton sends Justin Schultz back to Anaheim?

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07-07-2012, 03:28 PM
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Columbus: Ryan Nugent-Hopkins
Montreal: Taylor Hall
New York Islanders: Nail Yakupov
Toronto: Jordan Eberle
Anaheim: Ladislav Smid
Minnesota: Sam Gagner
Carolina: Oscar Klefbom
Tampa Bay: Ales Hemsky
Colorado: Justin Schultz
Buffalo: Jeff Petry
Dallas: Magnus Paajarvi
Calgary: Ryan Whitney
Ottawa: Teemu Hartikainen
Washington: Martin Marincin
San Jose: Devan Dubnyk
Chicago: Nick Schultz
Detroit: Anton Lander
Philadelphia: Tyler Pitlick
Nashville: Martin Gernat
Pittsburgh: David Musil
Florida: Linus Omark
Boston: Shawn Horcoff
St. Louis: Colten Teubert
Vancouver: Ryan Jones
Phoenix: Lennart Petrell
New York: Corey Potter
New Jersey: Andy Sutton
Los Angeles: Darcy Hordichuk

Just off the top of my head, I'm probably missing guys. Didn't do it by need, just by who I thinks holds more value, Horcoff should probably be lower

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07-07-2012, 03:30 PM
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Edmonton: Cory Schneider
I'd rather have one of the Sedins, Kesler or Edler.

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07-07-2012, 03:51 PM
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I think Roman Polak won't stay undrafted ...
I had Polak where St.louis is but yeah. I guess Nashville would get him since the list is missing them

Then again Buffalo got two picks.

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07-07-2012, 03:56 PM
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I'd rather have one of the Sedins, Kesler or Edler.
You'd really choose another forward? At some point your defense/goaltending needs to be sorted out, and a solid goaltender does more for a team than an offensive defenseman.

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I went with the draft order before the lottery and trades, tried to make picks that matched up with team needs.

Columbus Tyler Ennis: CBJ passes on the obvious first choice to fill an organizational need with a bright young talent, hope he can help Nash
Edmonton Tyler Myers: Obvious choice is obvious
Montreal Thomas Vanek: Big scorer, Bruins killer, what's not to like?
New York Islanders Cody Hodgson: NYI could use an upgrade at 2C, and this gives them just that, in a young player with plenty of upside.
Toronto Ryan Miller: Because duh. A goalie like Miller makes Toronto a much more competitive team.
Anaheim Jason Pominville: Doesn't fill an organizational need, but he's the best of the rest, a consummate professional, and an incredibly consistent player.
Minnesota Christian Ehrhoff: Adds another experienced player to their blue line, and stacks the back end of their PP with him and Suter
Carolina Drew Stafford: Bolsters their offense with another big-bodied scoring wing
Winnipeg Nathan Gerbe: Winnipeg takes a chance on the speedy, aggressive little winger. Helps organizational depth since he won't look out of place on any line 2-4.
Tampa Bay Andrej Sekera: Tampa adds a young proven high-quality defenseman who will help the team both long and short term.
Washington Ville Leino: After losing Semin, they take a chance on Leino rebounding and being a productive 2-3 winger in Washington.
Dallas Marcus Foligno: Young and unproven, but a big man that plays a true powerforward game. Replaces some of Ott's hitting and gives them another potential stud to add to the likes of Benn and Eriksson.
Calgary Robyn Regehr: I have a feeling the fans and the organization would welcome him back.
Ottawa Jordan Leopold: Ottawa restocks their D with an all-purpose two-way minute-eating defenseman.
Washington Steve Ott: Rounds out their bottom 6 with a veteran physical presence who can chip in offensively.
San Jose Joel Armia: SJS could use a blue-chip W prospect like Armia, who should be helping in the NHL in 1-2 years.
Chicago Jonas Enroth: It's no secret that Chicago could use help in net. Enroth is young and has a high QS%, could split starts with Crawford.
Tampa Bay Zemgus Girgensons: Satisfied with their improvements on D and in net, TBL selects a young C prospect who they hope will help both defensively and offensively going forward.
Philly Brayden McNabb: Seems like a Philly kind of player. Big, physical, and with offensive upside. Helps their D long-term.
Pittsburgh Luke Adam: Pitts has plenty of young D, so they go for this inconsistent but talented young forward.
Florida Mikhail Grigorenko: Adds another blue-chip talent to their offensive prospect pool. They can afford the risk, and if he works out, they'll have a good 1C for the future.
Boston Mark Pysyk: Adds a very talented PMD prospect.
St. Louis TJ Brennan: Adds more depth to their solid D-core.
Vancouver Alex Sulzer: They take him back having realized that he can actually play.
Phoenix Pat Kaleta: Get a good 4th line agitator, who can help out on the PK.
New York Corey Tropp: Young hard-working wing who plays a physical game and could have some offensive upside.
New Jersey Jerome Gauthier-Leduc: His junior coach compares him favorably to Kris Letang, but believes he's better defensively than Letang was at his age. Not a sure bet to become an NHL contributor, but could pay off big time if he does.
Los Angeles Cody McCormick: Because he's the only player left. Decent depth forward who could contribute a bit to the offense if he can bounce back from his concussions.

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07-07-2012, 04:04 PM
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Columbus: Phil Kessel
Edmonton: Jake Gardiner
Montreal: James Van Riemsdyk
New York Islanders: Joffrey Lupul
Toronto: -----
Anaheim: Dion Phaneuf
Minnesota: Morgan Reilly
Carolina: Mikhail Grabovski
Winnipeg: Tyler Biggs
Tampa Bay: Stuart Percy
Colorado: Nikolai Kulemin
Buffalo: Cody Franson
Dallas: Clarke Macarthur
Calgary: Carl Gunnarson
Ottawa: John Michael Liles
Washington: James Reimer
Florida: Nazem Kadri
San Jose: Tim Connoly
Phoenix: Tyler Bozak
Chicago: Joe Colbourne
Detroit: Matt Frattin
Boston: Mike Brown
Philadelphia: David Steckel
Nashville: Korbinian Holzer
Pittsburgh: Brad Ross
St Louis: Mike Komisarek
NY Rangers: Jesse Blacker
Vancouver: Ben Scrivens
New Jersey: Matthew Lombardi
LA: Jerry D'amigo

I forget Mcclement. Kinda off though. Forgot about Holzer so he should be up a few spots. Possibly same with Kadri

No team would take Phaneuf before Reilly, imo. Not even Burke, I suspect.

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07-07-2012, 04:06 PM
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You'd really choose another forward? At some point your defense/goaltending needs to be sorted out, and a solid goaltender does more for a team than an offensive defenseman.
I'd take a proven PPG player, or a shut down 40 goal scoring 2nd line center over a goalie with 68 gp in his entire career, yes. Goalies shouldn't be taken that high IMO.

I feel like Dubnyk is good enough to win with if you have a good team infront of him (Edler would help the dcorps a lot)

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Columbus: Henrik Sedin
Edmonton: Cory Schneider
Montreal: Daniel Sedin
New York Islanders: Roberto Luongo
Toronto: Ryan Kesler
Anaheim: Dan Hamhuis
Minnesota: Alex Edler
Carolina: Kevin Bieksa
Winnipeg: Alex Burrows
Tampa Bay: Jason Garrison
Colorado: David Booth
Buffalo: Zack Kassian
Dallas: Niklas Jensen
Calgary: Jordan Schroeder
Ottawa: Jannik Hansen
Washington: Chris Tanev
San Jose: Brendan Gaunce
Chicago: Chris Higgins
Detroit: Keith Ballard
Boston: Mason Raymond
Philadelphia: Eddie Lack
Nashville: Maxim Lapierre
Pittsburgh: Brendan Gaunce
Florida: Manny Malhotra
St. Louis: Dale Weise
Vancouver: -
Phoenix: Yann Suave
New York: Bill Sweatt
New Jersey: Anton Rodin
Los Angeles: Alexandre Mallet
Well played. I wouldn't mind taking him back.

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Can anybody explain to me why Edmonton would have the first pick in any of these? The draft lottery would apply only to the NHL entry draft

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Nashville gets screwed in most of these. Not a single pick.
Detroit's missing in most as well... conspiracy? lol

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Think Howson would be too scared to take a gamble on Sid with the injury hanging over him.
Sid puts ***** in the seats. Find a way to get Crosby on your team your Season Ticket subscriber base will increase instantly.

If nothing else if you fear he might be injury prone pick him and trade him for a lesser player(s)

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correct draft order (assuming they go by standings and not a crosby lottery)

Columbus
Edmonton
Montreal
New York Islanders
Toronto
Anaheim
Minnesota
Carolina
Winnipeg
Tampa Bay
Colorado
Buffalo
Dallas
Calgary
Ottawa
Washington
Florida
Los Angeles
San Jose
Phoenix
Chicago
New Jersey
Detroit
Boston
Philadelphia
Nashville
Pittsburgh
St. Louis
New York Rangers
Vancouver

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I'd take a proven PPG player, or a shut down 40 goal scoring 2nd line center over a goalie with 68 gp in his entire career, yes. Goalies shouldn't be taken that high IMO.

I feel like Dubnyk is good enough to win with if you have a good team infront of him (Edler would help the dcorps a lot)
This. I'm not sold on Schneider.

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