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07-30-2005, 03:21 PM
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Official #211 Selection Thread: Ryan Russell

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last pick 5'9" 165lb C from Kootenay

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http://www.whl.ca/stats/player.php?id=23356

http://cgi.canoe.ca/CHLNews0405/1123.html

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hmm anyone know if Dawes and Russell have played on the same line??? What else did we get in the trade?? I doubt we moved down from 196-211 and got nothing else. How come we made all these deals not even get one NHL player back. At least Canes got some dman back who have played in the NHL. We do need a roster to fill. Id rather get a young player rather than fill up the roster with ufa who want cash.

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Personally I might have drafted Patrick Brosnihan who Phoenix drafted with the next pick. It was the 7th round why not.


Well I guess we will see if the small players making it in the NHL argument holds water

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Not a bad pick for the #211, he was 11th in the WHL with goals in his 2nd season. Im not sure what he was in points because the WHL doesnt allow me to check point totals for some reason. He had 53 points so he was probably in the top 40 I would think.

Im trying to find out if he played with Dawes or not this past season. He is also very small though only at 5"9.

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03-04 ::GP67 - 3G - 9A - 12P
04-05 ::GP66 - 32G - 21A - 53P

Really improved his game over one season.

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anyone know what else we got in this deal to move down? i doubt we moved down from 196 to 211 and did not get anything else...

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What else did we get in the trade?? I doubt we moved down from 196-211 and got nothing else.
We never had 196. NHL.com seemed to have everyone's draft position wrong after the 2nd round and it wasn't corrected until the after the pick was made.

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We never had 196. NHL.com seemed to have everyone's draft position wrong after the 2nd round and it wasn't corrected until the after the pick was made.

oh alright, but with all the deals we made, im shocked we did not get one player to fill out our roster, heck ducks got a goon for a 2ed, and canes got 2 depth dman for a 4th. We could have gotten some help up front.

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oh alright, but with all the deals we made, im shocked we did not get one player to fill out our roster, heck ducks got a goon for a 2ed, and canes got 2 depth dman for a 4th. We could have gotten some help up front.
Why? Why give up future assets for something we can get for free? With 200 some UFA's on the market what conceivable advantage do you see in trading? Either way we're bringing in a new face and by signing them we get the guy we want, at the price we want.

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Surprised he was drafted, but a good pick.

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Can't say much about a 7th rounder in an NHL draft.

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Can't say much about a 7th rounder in an NHL draft.
You say a 7th rounder doesn't mean much? Tell that to Henrik Lundqvist

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Rangers have a definite pattern. Russell is this years Prucha/Petruzalek.

Pyatt is this year's Callahan. Sauer is similar to Baranka. Cliche is the homerun type like Olver/Graham. Flatt and Koverko are tough stay at homers like Taylor/Guenin a few years back. Beller is the Ryan pick.

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Rangers have a definite pattern. Russell is this years Prucha/Petruzalek.

Pyatt is this year's Callahan. Sauer is similar to Baranka. Cliche is the homerun type like Olver/Graham. Flatt and Koverko are tough stay at homers like Taylor/Guenin a few years back. Beller is the Ryan pick.
Beller is a PF type, Ryan is a slick, smooth skating Center.

But i do see the patterns some have mentioned, but none really seem to be 'alike' when you actually see them play. PF, Defensive forward, rugged d-man - these are just labels until you see what the kid really brings to the table.

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Beller is a PF type, Ryan is a slick, smooth skating Center.
On that one, I was basing the comparison on the High School homerun type of pick not style.

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