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09-26-2003, 07:57 PM
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The Pittsburgh Penguins will continue with youth and select Ilya Kovalchuk and Alexei Kovalev.
Pittsburgh only allowed to select one player not two.........which one will it be Buds?

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09-26-2003, 08:07 PM
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monkey he had two picks. one at end of round, one at the beginning of the next

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09-26-2003, 09:54 PM
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monkey he had two picks. one at end of round, one at the beginning of the next
Ya but so did the last guy before him.......2 guys with 2-picks in a row???

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09-26-2003, 10:06 PM
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Ya but so did the last guy before him.......2 guys with 2-picks in a row???

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09-26-2003, 10:10 PM
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So what happened here?.......Did they flip flop their selections?.........I don't understand.

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09-26-2003, 11:57 PM
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So what happened here?.......Did they flip flop their selections?.........I don't understand.
JDB3939 had the 2nd last pick in round 17 and the 2nd pick in round 18. His pick in round 17 was skipped, so BM67 selected twice, with the last pick in round 17 and the first pick in round 18. After this JDB3939 was up with his pick in round 18, but still had his round 17 pick, in effect giving him two consecutive picks.

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09-27-2003, 07:32 AM
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JDB3939 had the 2nd last pick in round 17 and the 2nd pick in round 18. His pick in round 17 was skipped, so BM67 selected twice, with the last pick in round 17 and the first pick in round 18. After this JDB3939 was up with his pick in round 18, but still had his round 17 pick, in effect giving him two consecutive picks.

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Oh ok buds........Now I understand........thanks for clearing that up for me.

Cheers!~

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09-27-2003, 07:53 AM
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Oh ok buds........Now I understand........thanks for clearing that up for me.

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09-27-2003, 06:16 PM
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Herby on the clock

Monkey on deck

GBEditor double deck

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09-28-2003, 05:14 AM
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Herby has had about 36 hours to make his pick.

Monkey you can take your pick anytime.

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09-28-2003, 05:26 AM
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Herby has had about 36 hours to make his pick.

Monkey you can take your pick anytime.
I PM'd Herby and monkey this morning to tell them they're both up. It's just a wait until one of them comes online now.

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09-28-2003, 08:01 AM
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I PM'd Herby and monkey this morning to tell them they're both up. It's just a wait until one of them comes online now.

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OK Thanks Liam...I'll make my selection in just a second.

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09-28-2003, 08:09 AM
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<Center>The Winnipeg Jets (and their new manager) are proud to select from Trencin, Slovakia ....Drafted #56 overall in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft (3rd-round)..........The biggest player in the NHL today and also one of the Top blueliners in National Hockey League today...standing at 6-foot 9-inches and weighing in at 256-pounds, from the Ottawa Senators;

#3 ZDENO CHARA

<Center><IMG height=192 src="http://www.nhlpa.com/Player_Pics/6194.jpg" width=128>

Winnipeg JETS (monkey_00)

(G)-Martin Brodeur
(G)-Tony Esposito

(D)-Larry Robinson (D)-Borje Salming
(D)-Marcel Pronovost (D)-Zdeno Chara
(D)-************* (D)-********

(LW)-Luc Robitaille (C)-Bobby Clarke (RW)-Guy LaFleur
(LW)-Todd Bertuzzi (C)-Alex Delvecchio (RW)-Terry O'Reilly
(LW)-Vladimir Krutov (C)-Igor Larionov (RW)-Yvon Cournoyer
(LW)-Rick MacLeish (C)-Sydney Crosby (RW)-Mark Recchi

<Center><IMG height=334 src="http://www.sportsphotos.com/hockey/top98/Chara.jpg" width=355>

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09-28-2003, 08:31 AM
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Norris Trophy

Larry Robinson -MTL (2) 1977, 1980

Vezina Trophy

Tony Esposito -CHI (3) 1970, 1972, 1974
Martin Brodeur -NJ (1) 2003
(Brodeur holds NHL record for most consecutive 30+ wins seasons)

William M.Jennings trophy

Martin Brodeur -NJ (3) 1997, 1998, 2003

Art Ross trophy

Guy LaFleur -MTL (3) 1976, 1977, 1978

Lester B. Pearson Trophy

Bobby Clarke -PHA (1) 1975
Guy LaFleur -MTL (3) 1976, 1977, 1978

Frank J. Selke Trophy

Bobby Clarke -PHA (1) 1983

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy

Alex Delvecchio -DET (3) 1959, 1966, 1969

Hart Memorial Trophy

Bobby Clarke -PHA (3) 1973, 1975, 1976
Guy LaFleur -MTL (2) 1977, 1978

Calder Memorial Trophy

Tony Esposito -CHI; 1970
Luc Robitaille -LA; 1987

Conn Smythe Trophy

Yvan Cournoyer -MTL (1) 1973
Guy LaFleur -MTL (1) 1977
Larry Robinson -MTL (1) 1978

NHL Allstar Game MVP

Mark Recchi -MTL (1); 1997

First Allstar Team Selections

Martin Brodeur -NJ (1); 2003
Tony Esposito -CHI (3); 1970, 1972, 1980
Larry Robinson -MTL (3); 1977, 1979, 1980
Borje Salming -TOR (1); 1977
Marcel Pronovost -DET (2); 1960, 1961
Bobby Clarke -PHA (2); 1975, 1976
Guy LaFleur -MTL (6); 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980
Luc Robitaille (5); 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993
Todd Bertuzzi (1); 2003

Second Allstar Team Selections

Martin Brodeur -NJ (2); 1997, 1998
Tony Esposito -CHI(2); 1973, 1974
Larry Robinson -MTL (2); 1978, 1981
Borje Salming (5); 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980
Marcel Pronovost (2); 1958, 1959
Bobby Clarke -PHA (2); 1973, 1974
Luc Robitaille (3); 1987, 1992, 2001
Alex Delvecchio -DET (2); 1953, 1959
Yvan Cournoyer -MTL (4); 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973
Mark Recchi -PIT/PHA(1); 1992

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09-28-2003, 08:49 AM
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Montreal selects their 3rd and final British born player. This was a tough choice between two Scottish goalies, one of whom captained Chicago to the Stanley Cup and is in the Hall of Fame, the other however is my choice.

From Greenock in Scotland, the greatest British goalie ever:




Now I'm sure most of you have never heard of him, so here's a brief pen portrait of him and his achievements (Sorry if it's patchy, but I'm writing it mostly from memory):

Foster, nicknamed The Parson, was born in 1905. His family moved to Winnipeg where he grew up and learnt hockey. He played hockey for the University of Manitoba and upon graduation joined the Moncton Hawks in 1932. As with many players at the time Foster played amatuer hockey and worked, part-time in the season and full-time in the off-season, which gave him more money than a full-time NHL'er.

In 1932 the 5'8" 157lb Foster became the first goalie to record back-to-back shut-outs in the Allen Cup, in fact he went 417 minutes without conceding a goal. In 1933 and 1934 Foster led Moncton to consecutive Allen Cup wins. Foster missed only 1 game in 220 while at Moncton. However his greatest moment was still to come.

In 1935 Foster returned to the United Kingdom when he signed to gaurd the nets of the Richmond Hawks, who he led to joint top of the English league in points, although the Wembley Lions won the league on the first tie-breaker. Foster was named an A-Team All-Star. He continued to dominate and become the undisputed best goalie in Britain the following season when he joined the Haringey Greyhounds, who he back-stopped to the League and London Cup in 1939. During his time in Britain he recorded 24 shut-outs.

However it was for his performance at the international level that Foster will always be most famous for. In 1936 Foster lead GB to the Triple Crown of the World Championship, European Championship and Olympic Gold, conceding only 3 goals and keeping 4 shut-outs in Nazi Germany. Foster also led GB to the European Championships in 1937 and 1938, the last such Championships for some years. Foster appeared in 31 World Championship games for GB, registering 16 shut-outs.

Foster returned to Canada in 1940 and finished his career with the Quebec Aces after also playing for the Glace Bay Miners.

Foster was elected to the British Hockey Hall of Fame in 1950.


Frank Mahovlich-Peter Stantsy-Rod Gilbert
Aurel Joliat-Dale Hawerchuk-Lanny McDonald
Pete Mahovlich-Elmer Lach-Ken Hodge
Syd Howe-Guy Carbonneau-Player Unknown

Raymond Bourque-Rod Langway
Serge Savard-Red Horner
Joe Hall-Player Unknown

Glenn Hall
Jimmy Foster

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09-28-2003, 12:53 PM
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Frank Mahovlich-Peter Stantsy-Rod Gilbert
Aurel Joliat-Dale Hawerchuk-Lanny McDonald
Player Unknown-Elmer Lach-Ken Hodge
Syd Howe-Guy Carbonneau-Player Unknown

Raymond Bourque-Rod Langway
Serge Savard-Red Horner
Joe Hall-Player Unknown

Glenn Hall
Jimmy Foster
You left out "the little m", Pete Mahovlich.

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09-28-2003, 01:28 PM
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The Colorado Rockies select in the 17th round from Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Dave "Tiger" Williams.


Williams is the all-time penalty leader with 3,966 PIM. Not only could Tiger throw punches, but he's also been to the All-Star game the year he scored a career-high 35 goals, and scored 20 goals 4 other seasons (well, okay, two of those were 19, but close enough). Williams has amassed over 500 points.

Toe Blake-Jean Beliveau-Henri Richard (The "Canadien" Line)
Johnny Bucyk-Darryl Sittler-Mike Gartner
Glenn Anderson-Syl Apps-Joe Mullen
Tiger Williams-Dale Hunter-TBA (The "Goony" Line)

Larry Murphy-Paul Coffey
Harry Howell-Phil Housley
Bill Quackenbush-Ebbie Goodfellow (The "Long Name" Duo)

Jacques Plante

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09-28-2003, 01:30 PM
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You left out "the little m", Pete Mahovlich.
Thanks, I copied the roster from the wrong post. Good catch.

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09-28-2003, 06:20 PM
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The Toronto Maple Leafs
are proud to select Center

#13 Ken Linesman





The Toronto Maple Leafs thus far


9, 11, 17 Busher Jackson
#10 Ron Francis
#9 Maurice Richard




#17 Wendel Clark
#93Doug Gilmour
#13 Mats Sundin




#25 Dave Andreychuk
#88 Eric Lindros
#22 Rick Vaive


#13 Ken Linesman



#2 Al MacInnis
#4 Scott Stevens
#24 Doug Wilson
#8 Randy Carlysle
#2 Carl Brewer
#2 Derian Hatcher


#25Terry Sawchuck
#31 Grant Fhur

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09-28-2003, 06:27 PM
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Sorry guys, I was in Vegas this weekend for the Kings-Avs game. I'll make my pick in a few minutes.

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09-28-2003, 06:41 PM
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we are having a hurricane in ns

I pick linesman

as i see leclair is gone

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09-28-2003, 07:16 PM
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<Center><IMG height=348 src="http://www.bruins-legends.com/L/images/linseman.jpg" width=235>

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Los Angeles Kings select from Windsor, ONT and the Vancouver Canucks.

D-Man Ed "Jovo Cop" Jovanovski.




Forwards

Tim Kerr / Marcel Dionne / Pavel Bure

Bill Cook / Steve Yzerman / Denis Savard

Markus Naslund / Joe Thornton / Ziggy Palffy

Dave Taylor / TBA / Rick Tocchet


Defenseman

Eddie Shore / Scott Niedermayer

Chris Pronger / Brian Leetch

Adam Foote / Ed Jovanovski


Goaltenders

Vladislav Tretiak
TBA

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For fear that Oiler94 might be eyeing this man as his next selection, the Boston Bruins will now make their selection. This player was one of the most intimidating players of his era and one of the absolute best enforcers to ever play. Believing that the Bruins could use some top notch grit and intimidation on the fourth line, the Bruins select the legendary:



LW Bob Probert

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09-29-2003, 11:22 AM
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