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11-15-2003, 09:58 PM
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What a BreakOut Year

For 1999 Draftees who all pretty much SUCKED before but lit it up this year

1st - Stefan - 8 points
2nd - Sedin - 14 points
3rd - Sedin - 9 points
8th - Pyatt - 10 points
9th - Lundmark - 8 points
10th - Branizlav Mezei - 4 points (d-man)
11th - Saprykin - 3 points
14th - Jillson - 5 points (d-man)
16th - Tanabe - 3 points (d-man)
18th - Koltsov - 9 points
23rd - mccarthy - 3 points (d-man)

115th - Ryan Malone - 7 points
217th - Garnett Exelby - 1 point (goon)

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Jeff Jillson and Daniel Sedin have been the most impressive so far...

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1st - Stefan - 8 points (bust)
2nd - Sedin - 14 points (better then i thought)
3rd - Sedin - 9 points (weaker of the two)
8th - Pyatt - 10 points (suprised)
9th - Lundmark - 8 points (still waiting)
10th - Branizlav Mezei - 4 points (shoulda never been picked this high)
11th - Saprykin - 3 points (never gonna happen)

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2nd - Sedin - 14 points (better then i thought)
3rd - Sedin - 9 points (weaker of the two)
Calling Henrik the weaker of the two is just plain stupid. He has less points but overall he's deffinetly the more solid player. But I guess, if you look at the stats he's the weaker, good thing that's all that matters.

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Calling Henrik the weaker of the two is just plain stupid. He has less points but overall he's deffinetly the more solid player. But I guess, if you look at the stats he's the weaker, good thing that's all that matters.
from what ive seen i thnki daniel is the better.

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Calling Henrik the weaker of the two is just plain stupid. He has less points but overall he's deffinetly the more solid player. But I guess, if you look at the stats he's the weaker, good thing that's all that matters.
from what ive seen i think daniel is the better.

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Daniel was supposed to be better when they were drafted, but so far Henrik has been way better. This season Daniel has played better than Henrik, but only for this season.

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Daniel was supposed to be better when they were drafted, but so far Henrik has been way better. This season Daniel has played better than Henrik, but only for this season.

well then i guess thats what i mean then. ive seen about 4 games and then all the highlights. some of the passes are really good by Daniel.

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I think the reason Daniel still looks somewhat disappointing (at least compared to Henrik) is that he was drafted to be a high-scoring offensive winger, and that hasn't happened. Now, there's nothing wrong with being a playmaker but that's not what was expected of him. Henrik on the other hand is a defensively aware playmaking center which is pretty much what one would have assumed he would round into.

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At that time I thought Pavel Brendl would be the next Pavel Bure, I guess not now.

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from what ive seen i thnki daniel is the better.
I still think Henrik leads that line. He is the more complete player and never shoots. He has the potential to be an Adam Oates type player.

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Daniel has been outscoring Henrik this season, but not sure if I'd say he's played better... he's played at least at par with Henrik.

Henrik's still the guy who paces the line... he's the one who's primarily responible defensively for the line as well - and has done a good job at it.

I'm happy with Henrik's play so far... it's tough for him to score right now, but he's doing the little things well, and is still a big reason why the whole line is successful.

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You have to remember that Daniel had that bad injury that mucked up his devellopment somewhat which is why Henrik has had the more solid career thus far.

But I think that Daniel is leeching off Jason King

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I wouldn't exactly call this a breakout year for Saprykin. Three points and he's been benched as much as he's played.

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Daniel has been outscoring Henrik this season, but not sure if I'd say he's played better... he's played at least at par with Henrik.

Henrik's still the guy who paces the line... he's the one who's primarily responible defensively for the line as well - and has done a good job at it.

I'm happy with Henrik's play so far... it's tough for him to score right now, but he's doing the little things well, and is still a big reason why the whole line is successful.
Agreed, but Henrik will never shoot the puck. He shoulda passed to Allen on the 2 on 1 in OT.

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