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12-03-2006, 09:51 PM
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They didn't draft al of them, but the '96 draft turned out well for the Sharks.

Thornton 1st overall
Marleau 2nd overall
Hannan also 1st rounder

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12-03-2006, 10:01 PM
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They didn't draft al of them, but the '96 draft turned out well for the Sharks.

Thornton 1st overall
Marleau 2nd overall
Hannan also 1st rounder
AH... 97 draft class

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12-04-2006, 04:54 AM
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The difference between the Sharks' 2003 class and some of the other ones mentioned is that all four guys have star potential. Then there's Josh Hennessy, who I don't know too much about since he got traded, but Bell while maybe not having star potential is still a good NHL player and only 25 so he can still get better.

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12-04-2006, 05:33 AM
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josh hennessy is doing really good in senators' farm system, and he is projected to make it NHL next year. I hope we didn't have to give him up but face it, he is a center and most likely he will stay with baby sharks for awhile..

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12-06-2006, 02:12 AM
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Our Center Depth is pretty deep..What would you think our depth chart at center would be in 3 years..after the Free agency issue with Thornton and Marleau

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hey superpie, it's nice to get a break from the Sharks boards every once in a while, huh?

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12-07-2006, 12:32 AM
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The San Jose scouting staff did a marvelous job.

They took Michalek over Ryan Suter when that wasn't a popular selection, althoug now it's a very popular one.

They took Bernier over Parise - both players turned out well but I'll still take Bernier over PM's love fest.

Carle was over looked pre-draft.

Pavelski - an afterthought at the time.

Great scouting found four great players.
I want to cry.

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/draft/teams/dr000039.html


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12-07-2006, 02:23 AM
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Patrick Ehelechner (San Jose's 5th rounder in 2003) was also packaged with Ekman for a 2nd round pick.

The only Sharks picks in 2003 that haven't already become valuable are 7th round and lower, but then again Joe Pavelski was a 7th rounder and he makes up for a lot of late-round no-shows.

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02-01-2007, 12:13 PM
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The San Jose scouting staff did a marvelous job.

They took Michalek over Ryan Suter when that wasn't a popular selection, althoug now it's a very popular one.
Couldn't they have had Phaneuf where they took Michalek?

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02-01-2007, 04:37 PM
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I have a feeling Montreal's 2006 draft will turn out very well.
2006 1 20 Fischer, David D
2006 2 49 Maxwell, Ben C
2006 2 53 Carle, Mathieu D
2006 3 66 White, Ryan C
2006 5 139 Valentenko, Pavel D

We'll just have to wait and see. But three solid d men, and two WHL players playing fantastically this season. Ryan White could also be the steal of the draft.

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02-01-2007, 07:50 PM
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On the subject of 2006 draft classes:
Detroit 2006-07 Stats:
2 41 F Cory Emmerton OHL 35GP 24 34 58PT
2 47 F Shawn Matthias OHL 47GP 27 20 47PT
2 62 F Dick Axelsson SWE-2 19GP 10 6 16PT
3 92 G Daniel Larsson SWE 21GP 2.53GAA .913SV%
6 182 F Jan Mursak OHL 43GP 18 42 60PT
7 191 F Nick Oslund USHL
7 212 D Logan Pyett WHL 49GP 10 32 42PT

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02-01-2007, 08:25 PM
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The Rangers 2001 class wasn't too shabby, although the unfortunate career-ending injury to Blackburn certainly puts a dent in it.

1st - Dan Blackburn
2nd - Fedor Tyutin
3rd - Garth Murray (traded for Marcel Hossa)
4th - Bryce Lampman (has seen NHL time, 6th/7th D potential)
6th - Marek Zidlicky
8th - Ryan Hollweg

6 NHL players, not bad.

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02-01-2007, 11:29 PM
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The Rangers 2001 class wasn't too shabby, although the unfortunate career-ending injury to Blackburn certainly puts a dent in it.

1st - Dan Blackburn
2nd - Fedor Tyutin
3rd - Garth Murray (traded for Marcel Hossa)
4th - Bryce Lampman (has seen NHL time, 6th/7th D potential)
6th - Marek Zidlicky
8th - Ryan Hollweg

6 NHL players, not bad.
Man, Zidlicky was steal. Too bad they dealt him to Nashville, if you're a Rangers fan. Tyutin in the second round is not bad at all though.

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02-02-2007, 07:42 AM
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2000
23 C Nathan Smith
71 C Thatcher Bell
93 D Tim Branham
144 F Pavel Duma
208 C Brandon Reid
241 C Nathan Barrett
272 C Tim Smith

Thats one bad draft. Thank you Delorme.

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02-04-2007, 06:30 AM
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In 2003 Predators drafted Ryan Suter, Kevin Klein and Shea Weber.

I loved Kevin Klein in a Fish Called Wanda AND The Big Chill


What's that?? Oh, wrong guy??

my bad.

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02-04-2007, 09:17 AM
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They took Michalek over Ryan Suter when that wasn't a popular selection, althoug now it's a very popular one.
Really? The consensus, from what I can remember, is that Michalek was a step above the three defensemen. There may have been some grumblings from the Sharks fanbase because of Ryan's uncle, but I don't ever recall the scouts having any consistent opinion ranking Suter higher. I think RLR had Suter ahead, but I don't think that was the popular opinion by any stretch. I remember the feeling amongst Predators fans (based on scouting reports and Poile's comments) was that it was one of the three defensemen that would fall to us (Suter, Phaneuf, Coburn). Michalek getting drafted earlier was generally assumed.

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02-04-2007, 12:15 PM
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in 2002 Chicago drafted

Babchuk
Duncan Keith
Wisniewski
Burish (seen a small amount of NHL time)

barring Burish all are now NHL regulars..

In 2003 Chicago drafted
Seabrook
Crawford (not seen NHL time but should be Khabby's back up next year)
Kukkonen
Byfuglien (had a few games in the NHL this year)

Not earth shattering but pretty decent.


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