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06-11-2013, 07:50 AM
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Max Domi

We had his dad here and I feel we would really miss out if we got the chance and didn't choose this guy he's gonna be brad Marchand but better think of the line pairings wow

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want domi + horvat

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want domi + horvat
I think either would be a good pick.

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My guess is Domi will be gone in the top 8-10.. Starting to get excited about the "idea" of drafting him, though.

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Would be all for seeing Max Domi in a Jets uniform. Make it happen Chevy!!!

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We had his dad here and I feel we would really miss out if we got the chance and didn't choose this guy he's gonna be brad Marchand but better think of the line pairings wow
How about some punctuation.

Max Domi would be a nice pick, but I'm not sure if he fits in the mold that the Jets management are looking to build around. They seem to be drafting larger players that are 6' +. There are a couple of pretty big defensemen around 13 as well, and I could see us taking them.

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How about some punctuation.

Max Domi would be a nice pick, but I'm not sure if he fits in the mold that the Jets management are looking to build around. They seem to be drafting larger players that are 6' +. There are a couple of pretty big defensemen around 13 as well, and I could see us taking them.
The mold should be: Accumulate as many good hockey players as possible.

I really hope they aren't so fixated on size that they ignore skill.

I am not saying Domi is a guy who's size should be ignored, just speaking generalities.

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How about some punctuation.

Max Domi would be a nice pick, but I'm not sure if he fits in the mold that the Jets management are looking to build around. They seem to be drafting larger players that are 6' +. There are a couple of pretty big defensemen around 13 as well, and I could see us taking them.
Tobi Enstrom:
5' 10, 180 lbs
extended contract

Scott Kosmachuk:
5'11, 185 lbs
drafted


Looks like they are ok with it, given the right circumstances... but I do think you are right that there is a bias for size, just not unsurmountable.

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06-11-2013, 04:28 PM
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Tobi Enstrom:
5' 10, 180 lbs
extended contract

Scott Kosmachuk:
5'11, 185 lbs
drafted


Looks like they are ok with it, given the right circumstances... but I do think you are right that there is a bias for size, just not unsurmountable.
I see your Tobi Enstrom and Scott Komashcuk and raise you:

Mark Scheifele: 6'3"
Adam Lowry: 6'5"
Brennan Serville: 6'3"
Zach Yuen: 6'0" (released)
Austen Brassard: 6'2"
Jason Kasdorf: 6'3"
Aaron Harstad: 6'1"
Every player drafted in 2011 was 6' or over.

I also raise you:
Jacob Trouba: 6'3"
Lukas Sutter: 6'1"
Connor Hellebuyeck: 6'4" (goalie)
Ryan Olsen: 6'2"
Jamie Phillips: 6'2" (goalie)
Every player drafted in 2012, except Scott Komaschuk was at least 6'1".

I think I win this hand.

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I see your Tobi Enstrom and Scott Komashcuk and raise you:

Mark Scheifele: 6'3"
Adam Lowry: 6'5"
Brennan Serville: 6'3"
Zach Yuen: 6'0" (released)
Austen Brassard: 6'2"
Jason Kasdorf: 6'3"
Aaron Harstad: 6'1"
Every player drafted in 2011 was 6' or over.

I also raise you:
Jacob Trouba: 6'3"
Lukas Sutter: 6'1"
Connor Hellebuyeck: 6'4" (goalie)
Ryan Olsen: 6'2"
Jamie Phillips: 6'2" (goalie)
Every player drafted in 2012, except Scott Komaschuk was at least 6'1".

I think I win this hand.
I think you need to read his whole post

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I did read it. He said they're okay with it given the right circumstances. But it's more of a rarity than that, which is what I was pointing out. In the last two years they have only drafted one player under 6'1", including goalies. I just don't think they would draft someone who is 5'9" - 5'10".

Although if they did draft Domi, I wouldn't be upset.

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I did read it. He said they're okay with it given the right circumstances. But it's more of a rarity than that, which is what I was pointing out. In the last two years they have only drafted one player under 6'1", including goalies. I just don't think they would draft someone who is 5'9" - 5'10".

Although if they did draft Domi, I wouldn't be upset.
The question then is: are the circumstances right for Domi?

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I see your Tobi Enstrom and Scott Komashcuk and raise you:

Mark Scheifele: 6'3"
Adam Lowry: 6'5"
Brennan Serville: 6'3"
Zach Yuen: 6'0" (released)
Austen Brassard: 6'2"
Jason Kasdorf: 6'3"
Aaron Harstad: 6'1"
Every player drafted in 2011 was 6' or over.

I also raise you:
Jacob Trouba: 6'3"
Lukas Sutter: 6'1"
Connor Hellebuyeck: 6'4" (goalie)
Ryan Olsen: 6'2"
Jamie Phillips: 6'2" (goalie)
Every player drafted in 2012, except Scott Komaschuk was at least 6'1".

I think I win this hand.
Then how do you explain this rookie:




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^Not sure I understand that post garret? Are you suggesting Domi wouldn't accept being drafted by the Jets? Didn't realize they had a choice

Max Domi looks like the next Martin St. Louis of Tampa.

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The question then is: are the circumstances right for Domi?
I don't think they are. There are a number of other draft choices around #13 that have the size the Jets have drafted in the past.

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ISS has Domi listed at 193 lbs.

When GM's talk about getting bigger they don't only mean taller. Domi is a "bigger" player than many players who are taller than he is.

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ISS has Domi listed at 193 lbs.

When GM's talk about getting bigger they don't only mean taller. Domi is a "bigger" player than many players who are taller than he is.
That's true.

He's listed at #9, but if someone were to fall in the draft it would be Domi simply because of his lack of height.

But would the Jets take Domi over Frederick Gauthier who is listed at 6'4" - 6'5" and 214 lbs? I don't think so.

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ISS has Domi listed at 193 lbs.

When GM's talk about getting bigger they don't only mean taller. Domi is a "bigger" player than many players who are taller than he is.
This.

Look at St. Louis, the guy is a menace to defensemen and he's only 5'-8" @ 180-190lbs.

The Jets need a St Louis type player who has speed/skill and really drives defenders insane. Shouldn't be hard for a Domi, after all, we all remember what his Dad used to do to drive the opposition nuts.

Tie Domi kicked ass!

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How about some punctuation.

Max Domi would be a nice pick, but I'm not sure if he fits in the mold that the Jets management are looking to build around. They seem to be drafting larger players that are 6' +. There are a couple of pretty big defensemen around 13 as well, and I could see us taking them.
I will use better punctuation for you.

Max Domi has strong work ethic, isn't afraid of contact and has the hands and speed half our roster could only dream of. I don't know about you guys but I feel we have enough big defensemen and a guy like this is exactly what the jets roster needs. Bo
would be pretty bad ass to.

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^Not sure I understand that post garret? Are you suggesting Domi wouldn't accept being drafted by the Jets? Didn't realize they had a choice

Max Domi looks like the next Martin St. Louis of Tampa.
I said earlier that TNSE seems ok with undersized if the circumstances are right (ie if the player brings enough to overshadow undersized nature).

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I don't think they are. There are a number of other draft choices around #13 that have the size the Jets have drafted in the past.
Possible. I think it's just a question of trade-offs available at the time.
There were large D than Enstrom and larger draftable F than Kosmachuk at the time, but obviously they thought those players had enough positives to "outweigh" (sorry) the negative size factor.
Domi has a lot of skill, and that *could* be enough, but then again... could not be.
We may find out pretty soon

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Then how do you explain this rookie:



Isn't that Tim Stapleton? He was released!

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Max Dmi is a freaking smooth skater.

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I'm not saying Max Domi is a bad pick. He just doesn't fit with what management seems to want out of their draft picks, especially the highly coveted 1st round pick.

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I hope that the last qualification looked at for any player, is if his father played here. Doesn't really make sense why people bring this up.

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I hope that the last qualification looked at for any player, is if his father played here. Doesn't really make sense why people bring this up.
Makes near as much sense as the Sutter work ethic. That wouldn't get somebody drafted in Winnip...

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