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Habs first-rounder on draft day

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04-08-2013, 07:08 AM
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But I wouldn't expect the Habs to sell the farm for #4. The Habs may be willing to part with one, maybe two of the five picks in the 2nd and 3rd rounds to move up, but no more than two. Detroit's first is doable if we gave up a late 2nd. Or NYI if we gave up Calgary's 2nd.

Last time we moved up this late in the draft, we didn't have three second-rounders.

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I'd seriously consider trading back your 2013 2nd round pick for Sieloff, that's the kind of player the Hab's need.
How is Sieloff as a shutdown D-man?

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If Habs could move up to 4th would they trade all top 6 picks they have?
tbh im not too sure they would.....

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I very much doubt it, with so much depth in this draft and with Timmon's drafting abilities, this should be the draft that defines the Habs prospect pool for the next decade. They already have great depth and a good pool, this could really put them over the top. Just my opinion.
I forgot....should have added...if Drouin was still on the board?

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I forgot....should have added...if Drouin was still on the board?

Tempting but i still doubt it.....

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But I wouldn't expect the Habs to sell the farm for #4. The Habs may be willing to part with one, maybe two of the five picks in the 2nd and 3rd rounds to move up, but no more than two. Detroit's first is doable if we gave up a late 2nd. Or NYI if we gave up Calgary's 2nd.

Last time we moved up this late in the draft, we didn't have three second-rounders.



How is Sieloff as a shutdown D-man?
Emelin is probably a good comparison, I'm not sure how his body is going to stand up to a few more years of his playing style and we don't have anybody to replace him in the system.

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I forgot....should have added...if Drouin was still on the board?
I would make the trade without too much thought into it. We have veterans we can always trade for a couple of 2nd and 3rd round picks but they won't net us Drouin if we traded them.

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Carolina offer 2nd 2013 and 2dn 2014
If the Habs reach the ECF, they would probably make this deal since we have Calgary's 2nd rounder which would be just a few picks after and the Carolina 2nd would also be a pretty good one

I still think the Habs will want to move up and not trade down with all their picks

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Emelin is probably a good comparison, I'm not sure how his body is going to stand up to a few more years of his playing style and we don't have anybody to replace him in the system.
Is Tinordi considered off-system now?

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This is probably the best way to scout a defenseman I have ever heard of.
Right, I should have known that a Calgary draft pick is just going to explode and breakout soon enough, right?

I'd have more faith in a Habs 5th rounder than I would a Calgary 2nd.

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Now that we know for sure that the Habs aren't going to draft any higher than #23 without moving up...

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Now that we know for sure that the Habs aren't going to draft any higher than #23 without moving up...
I would predict Montreal doesnt make the conference finals---2 division winners (Pittsburgh and chicago) and 2 non division winners make it.

thus they pick at 25.....

25th + their mid 2nd round + CGY#2 could get them to deal with a team at 16-19.....Minnesota)Buffalo), Ottawa, Detroit, Rangers( Columbus).

Buffalo isnt going to move down unless they wanted to get more ammo to move up from their pick....Columbus probably doesnt.....Ottawa may do this if they lose the guy they targeted, and Detroit---doubt it because this is the highest they have been in a while---so they also are a team that could try and use this pick and move up to 10-12 range.

at 15 NY islanders, 13 Winipeg....two teams that could entertain an offer to trade down or trade their pick for a player who could play now instead of 2-4 yrs from now.

to move up there, or higher like 10-12 would likely cost Montreal 2 2nd round picks....or a current roster player.

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And now that we know precisely where in the first three rounds we have our six picks, now is the time to know where we could move up (or down) from #25 and how much moving from #25 costs.

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Right, I should have known that a Calgary draft pick is just going to explode and breakout soon enough, right?

I'd have more faith in a Habs 5th rounder than I would a Calgary 2nd.
Yea Regehr couldn't score so he is a bad hockey player

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