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06-22-2012, 11:38 AM
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Reading back through this thread, holy mother of God if we manage to get Grigs.

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Three draft picks for Bobrovsky, including #45? That's not how you rebuild a team my GM friend...

He better get a SICK return for Nash and save his job.
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06-22-2012, 11:48 AM
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Doubt Grigorenko makes it past Pittsburgh. Malkin being there would be more than enough for them to take him. Talk about the next Malkin being mentored in the NHL by Malkin. I'd have to kill myself.

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Doubt Grigorenko makes it past Pittsburgh. Malkin being there would be more than enough for them to take him. Talk about the next Malkin being mentored in the NHL by Malkin. I'd have to kill myself.
I believe that Grigorenko won't make it past one of Washington's two picks. They could 'reach' for him at 11, and take a safer pick at 16.

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06-22-2012, 12:52 PM
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Doubt Grigorenko makes it past Pittsburgh. Malkin being there would be more than enough for them to take him. Talk about the next Malkin being mentored in the NHL by Malkin. I'd have to kill myself.
I'll be shocked if he goes past the Leafs. If he goes past the Wild, start looking to move up.

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Also, something I thought of is this: If Murray is the #1 pick by Edmonton, and if Columbus cannot trade the #2 pick, why don't they take Filip Forsberg? He's a player that has some skill and some size. I don't know how high they are on Galchenyuk. Forsberg would be a very solid and stable pick for them.

I still think they will make a deal with the #2 pick to get some young NHLers onto their team or to trade down into the #7-10 range and grab one of the remaining D as well as some more picks. Especially after the Bob trade, they need some more draft choices. All signs are pointing toward this.

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Doubt Grigorenko makes it past Pittsburgh. Malkin being there would be more than enough for them to take him. Talk about the next Malkin being mentored in the NHL by Malkin. I'd have to kill myself.
If the Penguins get Grigorenko I quit hockey

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06-22-2012, 01:02 PM
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SM has been superhot for Kerdiles since the draft talk has started.
And it warrants insulting jokes?

I dealt with this **** last June about Miller. Who drafted Miller?

I've been high on Kerdiles since last June.

After Miller was drafted i posted how my early favorite for 2012 draft was Kerdiles. Im sure someone can dig through posts from mid season and see my posts on Kerdiles.

I heard the same crap about Kreider. Same crap about Miller. And now because of Kerdiles.

When he gets to the national stage and folks see him play, what's going to happen? Pretend i never mentioned him because it would make me right?

I haven't seen a single apology for the asinine crap i took about Kreider.

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And it warrants insulting jokes?

I dealt with this **** last June about Miller. Who drafted Miller?

I've been high on Kerdiles since last June.

After Miller was drafted i posted how my early favorite for 2012 draft was Kerdiles. Im sure someone can dig through posts from mid season and see my posts on Kerdiles.

I heard the same crap about Kreider. Same crap about Miller. And now because of Kerdiles.

When he gets to the national stage and folks see him play, what's going to happen? Pretend i never mentioned him because it would make me right?

I haven't seen a single apology for the asinine crap i took about Kreider.
He's just kidding.

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And it warrants insulting jokes?

I dealt with this **** last June about Miller. Who drafted Miller?

I've been high on Kerdiles since last June.

After Miller was drafted i posted how my early favorite for 2012 draft was Kerdiles. Im sure someone can dig through posts from mid season and see my posts on Kerdiles.

I heard the same crap about Kreider. Same crap about Miller. And now because of Kerdiles.

When he gets to the national stage and folks see him play, what's going to happen? Pretend i never mentioned him because it would make me right?

I haven't seen a single apology for the asinine crap i took about Kreider.
SM, I think it's being done in good fun. The jabs I've seen have not attacked you personally.

As for Kreider, we both knew the kid has a special quality about him. I figured just let the kid's play shut up the naysayers. As for Kerdiles, he's not my 1st choice. But, if
Clark and Gorton select him, I'm okay with the pick.

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It's going to be interesting to see where he lands. Pittsburgh will 100% take him if he is there because of the Malkin factor.

Washington will possibly grab him with the 11th pick, or the 16th. Having two firsts for them allows them to take a risk and go with a safer option.

St. Louis with the 25th pick could go after him as well with Taresenko being in their system. They could trade up as well if they want to take the risk.

The best trade option might be with Buffalo @ 21. Right after Philly, right before Pittsburgh. Regeir has turned down trade offers for that pick though.

The longer Grigorenko sits there, the more interesting deals might happen. Even bigger trades might go down because of him dropping.

I'm going to say the draft goes like this:

1. Yakupov
2. Murray
3. Teravainen
4. Reinhart
5. Galchenyuk
6. Trouba
7. Reilly
8. Faksa
9. Dumba
10. Maata

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06-22-2012, 01:18 PM
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Can't see Grigs sliding that far.

It's hard to be super excited about the draft when you're close to the Cup. I was still in the both of trying to move the pick for a forward to help us now.

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06-22-2012, 01:18 PM
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It's going to be interesting to see where he lands. Pittsburgh will 100% take him if he is there because of the Malkin factor.

Washington will possibly grab him with the 11th pick, or the 16th. Having two firsts for them allows them to take a risk and go with a safer option.

St. Louis with the 25th pick could go after him as well with Taresenko being in their system. They could trade up as well if they want to take the risk.

The best trade option might be with Buffalo @ 21. Right after Philly, right before Pittsburgh. Regeir has turned down trade offers for that pick though.

The longer Grigorenko sits there, the more interesting deals might happen. Even bigger trades might go down because of him dropping.

I'm going to say the draft goes like this:

1. Yakupov
2. Murray
3. Teravainen
4. Reinhart
5. Galchenyuk
6. Trouba
7. Reilly
8. Faksa
9. Dumba
10. Maata
One of the ironic things of the draft is always these kids that slide down. You would think they're dropping for a reason,and yet people trip over themselves to trade up for him when he does drop

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06-22-2012, 01:23 PM
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Taking another look at these prospects. Man whoever gets that Dumba kid is hitting the jackpot

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My apologies then. Lol.

Who feels like a jack hole...i do!

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Taking another look at these prospects. Man whoever gets that Dumba kid is hitting the jackpot
I agree.

If i were picking in the top five he'd be my pick.

I like this player A LOT.

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06-22-2012, 01:32 PM
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I agree.

If i were picking in the top five he'd be my pick.

I like this player A LOT.
I believe the Islanders will take him or Reinhart. Ya never know, lets hope they take a goalie LOL.

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http://www.snyrangersblog.com/2012/0...-pick-tonight/

Again, Kerdiles fits this description.

Backchecks. Blocks shots. Strong on the boards. Goes to the net hard.

And lacks nothing in the skills department.

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If there is any chance that Grigorenko drops into the teens, we have to make every efffort to get him. Having said that, there might still be some good players at 28.

Jankowski
Collberg
Aberg
Frk
Matteau
Samuellson
Matheson
Skeji
Vasilevski
Dansk


Good luck to Gordie, Gorton and the Rangers at the 2012 NHL Entry Draft.

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Again, Kerdiles fits this description.

Backchecks. Blocks shots. Strong on the boards. Goes to the net hard.

And lacks nothing in the skills department.
Same could be said for about a dozen players who should be available. Except I think there are players with more skill who are available.

However, that doesn't jive at all with Grigorenko, so who knows where that came from.

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06-22-2012, 02:24 PM
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Jankowski's one of those risers that goes earlier than expected. I think he'll be gone top 15.

Depending who's left on the board, I'm liking Daniil Zharkov to the Rangers. #26 on my list. Nice package of size and offensive skill.

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Samuelsson is really rising up my list. Though I highly doubt he's available at 28.

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