Really? I would have taken him over Subban and Dansk... only one i'm not sure about is Vasilevski. I'd have to think of it from a GM view, considering he does have that Russian factor (I don't like bringing it up, but it DOES come into play)..
Fucale and Subban is a toss up but Dansk could be as good as Marstrom. I would put Andrei and Dansk over Fucale. Just saying last groupe was much better. Even Gillies should be better.
I PM'd him, so I know he has at least one telling him to pick. It does say that the person who picked is responsible for messaging the next person, but I know some people forget too and I'd rather just make sure.
Is Fucale a result of playing on a great team (plus he doesn't have to face his team), because his save % is decently low.
Originally Posted by TheNudge
Exactly, that s why I'm not buying into Fucale. He should become a starter one day but how good will he be??
That "low" save percentage is 5th in the QMJHL.. and the difference from 1st to him is .005%, so I really don't think it's that bad!!! What about his GAA?? It's 2nd in the league.. and first place has played 12 less games than Fucale. And you can't expect his stats to super high when 11 of his games had him face less than 20 shots, so letting in a goal or two is going to hit harder.
There are even scouts that are saying he has Brodeur-level potential.. Although the "consensus" is Carey Price.
With the first pick in the second round, and the 31st overall pick in the 2013 NHL Draft, the New York Islanders select:
Marko Dano, C, Slovan Bratislava (KHL)
1st (19th) - Morgan Klimchuk, LW
2nd (31st) - Marko Dano, C
Way way too early but I wouldn't of mind taking him at that spot. I took Dano at 37 in the first draft and they told I reach. Then I took him at 47th the next draft. Now you take him at 31. I like him a lot but I wouldn't of taken him at 33 when I could get him later.
By the way it s still a solide pick. The kid got solid skills and deserve go be a 1st rounder. I believe he s the most underrated player in this year draft by far.