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06-24-2013, 11:49 AM
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Interesting Sabres draft facts about Regier's tenure from Bakes draft preview.

http://www.sabresprospects.com/2013/...t-preview.html


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For the second straight year and third time since 2001, Darcy Regier's scouting staff enters the draft with four picks in the top-60.

*In 2012, the four picks were converted into three players - Mikhail Grigorenko (12th), Zemgus Girgensons (14th), and Jake McCabe (44th)
*In 2001, the picks were used to select Jiri Novotny (22nd), Derek Roy (32nd), Chris Thorburn (50th), and Jason Pominville (55th)
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For the second straight year and fourth time since 2002, Regier's scouting staff enters with two first-round picks.

*2012 - Grigorenko (12th), Girgensons (traded up from #21 to select at #14)
*2008 - Tyler Myers (12th), Tyler Ennis (26th)
*2002 - Keith Ballard (11th), Daniel Paille (20th)
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For just the second-time ever, the Regier regime holds a top-10 draft pick (2003, Thomas Vanek, 5th overall)
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The Sabres under Darcy Regier (1997-present):

*have selected 136 players, with 54 of them appearing in the NHL (39.7%)
*drafted and developed 16 of the 30 players who wore the Sabres uniform in 2012-13
*have selected a player from the OHL in every single draft
*have never selected a player out of the BCHL, an established NCAA feeder
*have worked four drafts where they haven't selected a G (1998, 2001, 2008, 2010)

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I'm too lazy right now to do it myself; want to see where these figures stand when juxtaposed with other GMs/orgs, preferably some who've had longer tenured General managers.

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It makes me somewhat optimistic to see what he's done in previous similar situations (4 top 60 picks and 2 first rounders), particularly the years with Devine at the helm.

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I'm too lazy right now to do it myself; want to see where these figures stand when juxtaposed with other GMs/orgs, preferably some who've had longer tenured General managers.
Of the ones off the top of my head:

Lamoriello - New Jersey (Not entirely too sure)
McPhee - Washington

are the ones I think have been there as long or longer.

I think Rutherford was there longer also, but not sure if I'm right.

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I'm too lazy right now to do it myself; want to see where these figures stand when juxtaposed with other GMs/orgs, preferably some who've had longer tenured General managers.
Comparing the Sabres and Predators would be interesting given the Preds' stability at coach and GM mirroring the Sabres'....

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This would be a good year for Darcy to take perhaps a couple European league players for a change. I'm rather hoping #8 will be one, whether Lindholm or Ristolainen.

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I'm too lazy right now to do it myself; want to see where these figures stand when juxtaposed with other GMs/orgs, preferably some who've had longer tenured General managers.
You're looking at Lamoriello, Rutherford, McPhee, Poile and Holland for comparison then.

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