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02-16-2013, 12:15 AM
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I'm back! Picking shortly...
Gotta love the drunken picks after a night on the town!

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02-16-2013, 12:23 AM
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Hey, I'm not too drunk

But I am gonna throw caution to the wind and totally shake up most of my top 6. I'm going to finally move Malone to LW, bump Federko up to 1st line C and have Recchi as the "glue guy", then drop Gillies down with Cournoyer and put this guy between them as their distributor.

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Gotta love the drunken picks after a night on the town!
This is why I'm glad my pick wont be until tomorrow.

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02-16-2013, 12:35 AM
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We'll take one of the best shot-blockers of all time - Bob Goldham, D.

He was one of the biggest players of his era, very good defensively, and had some offensive skill too.

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02-16-2013, 12:40 AM
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Not really , one playoff run , as spectacular as it might be , isn't enough to consider it one of the greatest trade ever.
They traded a borderline 2nd line centre and a touted 11th overall pick who was on route to exceed expectations for an elite 2nd line centre/average 1st liner.

Dallas was not the team gambling. HF logic might side with the team getting the prospect, but reality says that team is the gambling team.

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02-16-2013, 12:49 AM
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We'll take one of the best shot-blockers of all time - Bob Goldham, D.

He was one of the biggest players of his era, very good defensively, and had some offensive skill too.
Nice pick. Goldham was the BDA on my board, and I think the last guy remaining in the tier with Hatcher. His AST record:

Bob Goldham:
3, 5, 7, 8
all-star game (not cup winner): 1949, 1950

...which is, like, really good at this point. Goldham was enormous for his time and was generally quite healthy throughout his career. An elite #4 defenseman, or a passable #3.

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02-16-2013, 01:03 AM
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Nice pick. Goldham was the BDA on my board, and I think the last guy remaining in the tier with Hatcher. His AST record:

Bob Goldham:
3, 5, 7, 8
all-star game (not cup winner): 1949, 1950

...which is, like, really good at this point. Goldham was enormous for his time and was generally quite healthy throughout his career. An elite #4 defenseman, or a passable #3.
Yeah, we're happy he fell.

He's been my top defenseman for a while now. Lowe, Ramsey, Schoenfeld, and Harper were all very attractive too, but we just liked Goldham's voting record, style of play, and winning pedigree. We would have been happy with any of the above though.

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With Pick 304 Brave Canadian (Guelph Platers) select Dan Boyle, defenseman.

That makes me on the clock, I'll have my pick within the next few minutes. Looking over a few guys.

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02-16-2013, 01:08 AM
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With Pick 304 Brave Canadian (Guelph Platers) select Dan Boyle, defenseman.

That makes me on the clock, I'll have my pick within the next few minutes. Looking over a few guys.
Shocking pick, IMO. I just don't think Boyle is sound enough defensively to be a good top 4 guy at this level. Great puck mover and quarterback, though.

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02-16-2013, 01:17 AM
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With Pick 305 of the 2013 ATD the Baltimore Blades select 2-time goals in a season leader Right Winger, Peter Bondra



Oates had a great history of working magic with goal scoring right wingers. We hope that him and Bondra can re-ignite that magic again with the Blades.

Next has been pmed.

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02-16-2013, 01:19 AM
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Pick coming shortly..

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02-16-2013, 01:33 AM
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Right winger Ed Westfall is a Vancouver Millionare.

The notorious checker will form a potent 3rd unit for us along with Craig Ramsay and xxx.

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Nice pick. Goldham was the BDA on my board, and I think the last guy remaining in the tier with Hatcher. His AST record:

Bob Goldham:
3, 5, 7, 8
all-star game (not cup winner): 1949, 1950

...which is, like, really good at this point. Goldham was enormous for his time and was generally quite healthy throughout his career. An elite #4 defenseman, or a passable #3.
He's actually a three-time merited all-star game participant. The format for 1951 and 1952 was different so he was only competing against defenders on the American teams, but it wasn't a Stanley Cup winner automatic bid.

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The new format had the First Team All-Stars and the Second Team All-Stars be the cores of the two teams playing in the all-star game, with the reserves for the First Team consisting of players on American-based teams and the Second Team reserves consisting of Habs and Leafs. Because of the new format, the First Team All-Stars wore red jerseys while the Second Team wore white ones.

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02-16-2013, 01:57 AM
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Right winger Ed Westfall is a Vancouver Millionare. The notorious checker will form a potent 3rd unit for us along with Craig Ramsay and xxx.
I pmed jkrx and King Forsberg. I have the second pick #308. I pmed 2 names to Tony D and BBS.

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02-16-2013, 02:13 AM
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We'll take one of the best shot-blockers of all time - Bob Goldham, D.

He was one of the biggest players of his era, very good defensively, and had some offensive skill too.
i saw some video of goldham from mid '50s in which goldham led a rush. he was going fairly fast.


i thought about goldham, but his career was fairly short--9 full seasons, parts of 3 others, and retired at 33.

but i made a mistake about length of his career. i realized just now that goldham's 1st season was '42 and his 2nd was '46, so he probably was in WW2, so that should not count against him. his career was not as short as it looks.

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02-16-2013, 02:17 AM
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The Firebirds picks Rob Ramage, D



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Rob was one of the best two way blue liners in his 15 years in the NHL. He was big, physical and good in both ends of the rink. He was a great leader and character player. He was an excellent skater for his size (6'2" 200lbs), a smart playmaker and power play quarterback. He was solid in his own zone as well. The only thing Ramage lacked was speed.

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02-16-2013, 02:19 AM
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The Edmonton Mercurys pick D Jimmy Watson. next pmed.



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Watson joined the Flyers as a full-time player in 1973 and was able to ease the transition to the National Hockey League by playing in Philadelphia with his older brother, defenseman Joe Watson. Jimmy's solid, physical play and willingness to play a smart, intimidating style made him fit in instantly with the Broad Street Bullies and he was soon a vital component of the Philadelphia club that was a consistent contender in the 1970's. By 1975, Watson was a playing in the All Star game and prior to the 1976 season he was a member of the Canada Cup squad that won the tournament by dispatching the Czechoslovakian team. In 1977 he joined a small group of players that have participated in an All-Star Game with their brothers when both he and Joe represented the Flyers at the mid-season classic.
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Wondered how much longer Bondra would hang around. One-dimensional goal-scorers get underrated around here, but that dude was SOOOO good. Not my favorite type of player, but his 1995 stat line (47 GP, 34 G, 9A) is fun to read, and I would have loved to see prime Bondra play in the post-lockout NHL.

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02-16-2013, 03:04 AM
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309 Nalyd Psycho & Mike Farkas - Minnesota Fighting Saints - ON THE CLOCK

310 Reds4Life - Detroit Red Wings
311 Hobnobs - Seattle Eskimos
312 Jafar - Montreal Canadiens
313 DoMakc - HC Donbass
314. VanIslander & Hedberg - Hershey Bears

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We'll take one of the best shot-blockers of all time - Bob Goldham, D.

He was one of the biggest players of his era, very good defensively, and had some offensive skill too.

nice one , considered him when I picked Mortson

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They traded a borderline 2nd line centre and a touted 11th overall pick who was on route to exceed expectations for an elite 2nd line centre/average 1st liner.

Dallas was not the team gambling. HF logic might side with the team getting the prospect, but reality says that team is the gambling team.
I'm not a typical HF poster (I'm really just an ATD sub-forum poster), I guess my memories of the deal's details and context are unclear.I thought Iginla was more highly regarded than what you are describing.

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I'm not a typical HF poster (I'm really just an ATD sub-forum poster), I guess my memories of the deal's details and context are unclear.I thought Iginla was more highly regarded than what you are describing.
He was highly thought of at the time. He was exploding in his post draft season, but it was still a few months. He was an ace but far from a sure thing.

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After much concideration, the Minnesota Fighting Saints are pleased to select Ted Green, D

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Red Wings select Rick Tocchet, RW.

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Eskimos welcomes Dino Ciccarelli, RW to the team.


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