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07-03-2012, 12:07 AM
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2013 Mock with 2012 draft positions.

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Seth Jones.
Get an absolute powerhouse on the back end.

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Nathan Mackinnon
Much needed franchise centre to go forward with. Can see 85+ point potential there.


Aleksander Sasha Barkov
Dynamic forward for the crop of young players they have. Same offensive upside as Mackinnon but not quite as well rounded IMO.


Hunter Shinkaruk
Great winger for Tavares.


Sean Monahan
Adresses the centre need and will be good for the Leafs.


Curtis Lazar


Anthony Duclair
The Wild's prospect pool gets even better.


Kerby Rychel
With such a talented young D core, Pittsburgh adds to their tremendous group of forwards.


Ryan Pulock
Building a very talented D core.


Hudson Fasching
A bit of a stretch at 10 perhaps but I really like the upside here for Tampa.


Josh Morrissey
Good young defensive defenseman to compliment the forwards.


Rasmus Ristolainen


Elias Lindholm


Jordan Subban
All three brothers in the same division.


Valeri Nichushkin

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Robert Hagg


Eric Roy

:blackhawks
Zach Fucale


Adam Erne


Connor Rankin

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Madison Bowey


Andre Brakovsky


Max Domi
Mostly to piss off his Dad, still a great pick.


Jacob de la Rose

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Nikita Zadorov


William Carrier


J. T. Compher


Ville Husso
Take the second best goalie available as Brodeur's heir.


Sergei Tolchinsky


EDIT: apologies for the Logo failure, took me a while to figure some out and apparently I'm limited to 24.

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I see Monahan going higher than #5

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Jonathan Drouin?

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I don't see the leafs passing on Domi, would trade down

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I don't see the leafs passing on Domi, would trade down
Domi is a great hometown favorite, but NO WAY do the Leafs pass up a guy like Monahan if he's still there, not a freakin 0.000001% chance

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07-03-2012, 06:13 PM
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The Oilers would take MacKinnon #1. No doubt.

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The Oilers would take MacKinnon #1. No doubt.
I wouldn't be so sure. Between Mackinnon and Jones there is no clear BPA, from what I've seen of them both. I think, given their current situation, they'd go with Jones.

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I wouldn't be so sure. Between Mackinnon and Jones there is no clear BPA, from what I've seen of them both. I think, given their current situation, they'd go with Jones.
If they add MacKinnon,

Hall - RNH - Eberle
Yakupov - MacKinnon - Smyth

Damn good current situation top six.

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07-04-2012, 01:33 AM
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If they add MacKinnon,

Hall - RNH - Eberle
Yakupov - MacKinnon - Smyth

Damn good current situation top six.
Hemsky-RNH-Eberle
Hall-Mackinnon-Yakopov


Anyways oilers aren't going to be getting a top 2 pick. Look for them to target Pulock. bank on it

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Hemsky-RNH-Eberle
Hall-Mackinnon-Yakopov


Anyways oilers aren't going to be getting a top 2 pick. Look for them to target Pulock. bank on it
I agree, I expect the Oilers to be picking in the 8-14 range. Hagg, Subban, Ristolainen or Pulock are all talented defenders expected to go in that range.

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07-06-2012, 11:38 AM
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The idea behind this mock is rediculous.

Atleast make it off of last years final standings (no lottery or traded picks).

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Aleksander Sasha Barkov
Dynamic forward for the crop of young players they have. Same offensive upside as Mackinnon but not quite as well rounded IMO.

I would say the opposite, mackinnon has higher offensive upside and barkov is more well rounded.

Also, I doubt Subban goes in the first round at this point let alone that high in the first round.

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07-20-2012, 07:28 PM
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Sign me up for Monahan if we have that terrible of a season, but somehow I think he rises to top 3 status, with Barkov falling over the course of the year (not because of his own ability, but because of other risers). Watch for Elias Lindholm to crack the top 8.

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The Oilers would take MacKinnon #1. No doubt.
I doubt that, since Mackinnon is equal to what is Jones in defense, + oilers needs defence really bad

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Don't see devils taking goalie with Wedgewood and Kinkaid

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Don't see devils taking goalie with Wedgewood and Kinkaid
Yes they do they take Anthony Brodeur at the Prudential Center in like the 3,4,5 round

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There's no way the Devils or Coyotes pick that low, and there's no way the Oilers or Stars pick that high. I'd say Devils pick somewhere in the 6-12 range (and I'm a Devils fan) and target Elias Lindholm and the Coyotes land in that range as well and target Kerby Rychel. Stars wind up in the 18-22 range and target Nick Sorensen or Adam Erne, and Oilers end up in 6-12 range and target Ryan Pulock or Eric Roy

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