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06-19-2012, 02:06 PM
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My Mockdraft (round 1)

1. Edmonton Oilers - Nail Yakupov
2. Columbus Blue Jackets - Ryan Murray
3. Montreal Canadiens - Alex Galchenyuk
4. New York Islanders - Matthew Dumba
5. Toronto Maple Leafs - Filip Forsberg
6. Anaheim Ducks - Griffin Reinhardt
7. Minnesota Wild - Jacob Trouba
8. Carolina Hurricanes - Teuvo Teravainen
9. Winnipeg Jets - Morgan Rielly
10. Tampa Bay Lightning - Olli Maatta
11. Washington Capitals - Cody Ceci
12. Buffalo Sabres - Radek Faksa
13. Dallas Stars - Zemgus Girgensons
14. Calgary Flames - Hampus Lindholm
15. Ottawa Senators - Brendan Gaunce
16. Washington Capitals - Tomas Hertl
17. San Jose Sharks - Sebastian Collberg
18. Chicago Blackhawks - Malcolm Subban
19. Tampa Bay Lightning - Pontus Aberg
20. Philadelphia Flyers - Matt Finn
21. Buffalo Sabres - Derrick Pouliot
22. Pittsburgh Penguins - Henrik Samuelsson
23. Florida Panthers - Slater Koekkoek
24. Boston Bruins - Tom Wilson
25. St. Louis Blues - Colton Sissons
26. Vancouver Canucks - Tanner Pearson
27. Phoenix Coyotes - Mikhail Grigorenko
28. New York Rangers - Stefan Matteau
29. New Jersey Devils - Andrei Vasilevski
30. Los Angeles kings - Martin Frk

Thoughts? agree? disagree? I wouldnt be surprised if grigorenko falls into the second round.

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06-19-2012, 02:30 PM
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Haha. Works for this Coyotes fan.

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06-19-2012, 02:40 PM
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Okay with Girgensons.

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Haha there 0 chance that Grigorenko falls that far and Gaunce probably wont go that high not Ottawa anyways.

Ottawa has mainly been scouting Defenseman and Goaltenders.

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Haha there 0 chance that Grigorenko falls that far and Gaunce probably wont go that high not Ottawa anyways.

Ottawa has mainly been scouting Defenseman and Goaltenders.
A month back everybody was sayin there is 0 chance that Grigs falls out of the top 5

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If the Penguins pass on Grigorenko for Samuelsson I will go Ape on my T.V

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Grigorenko at 27? So he passes by Anaheim and Toronto who need centers?

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06-19-2012, 03:44 PM
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Grigorenko at 27? So he passes by Anaheim and Toronto who need centers?
It's possible, I think his work ethic and willingness to bolt makes him so much less appealing especially to the leafs who need a safe pick. He might not fall as far as 27th were I have him, but I don't see a lot of low picking teams gambling on him. I could see him being a less skilled alex semin at best.

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If the Penguins pass on Grigorenko for Samuelsson I will go Ape on my T.V
Samuelsson is more of a scoring winger, where as grigs is a center. The penguins have been looking for scoring wingers for a while. It makes more sense IMO

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It's possible, I think his work ethic and willingness to bolt makes him so much less appealing especially to the leafs who need a safe pick. He might not fall as far as 27th were I have him, but I don't see a lot of low picking teams gambling on him. I could see him being a less skilled alex semin at best.
Think the Leafs need more top notch skill than safe picks. Not that I don't think they may pick Forsberg with the skill level there, but not guaranteed either. At the very least seems plausible with Forsberg on the board for the Leafs to let Grigo pass.

Though I have to ask where the willingness to bolt comes from. If he played in Russia last year that might have some basis, but otherwise I don't see it. Should he have worn a brighter Canadian shirt to the combine ? Maybe you could have a less skilled Semin (though different position) as a possible level, but think his ceiling is certainly higher than that. A damn skilled top line Russian center would be how I'd see his ceiling.

Regardless think 27 is pushing it. At the very least teams with multiple first round picks I think would be unlikely to let him slip by them twice.

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Well the ducks have enough blue chip talent to take the gamble on his upside. They don't really have much to lose.

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congratulations. you've found the exact combination of first 14 draft picks that leaves Ottawa with absolutely nobody I'd want

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congratulations. you've found the exact combination of first 14 draft picks that leaves Ottawa with absolutely nobody I'd want
Matt Finn? Collberg? Grigorenko?

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