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04-05-2008, 09:56 PM
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boedker vs wilson vs filatov vs hodgson

hey i'm think one of these guys may fall to the canucks with the way they slid at seasons end, i'd be very happy to see any of these guys in a canucks uniform one day b. but who do you guys think is 1 and who is 4. heres how i have it

1 wilson
2 filatov
3 hodgson
4 boedker

any scouting reports or opinions would be great too

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04-05-2008, 10:04 PM
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Hoping Wilson falls to us at 10th (when we lose tonight)

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Hoping Wilson falls to us at 10th (when we lose tonight)
i read some where we could get up to 6th if we loose and win the draft lotto somehow

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04-05-2008, 10:16 PM
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i read some where we could get up to 6th if we loose and win the draft lotto somehow
So unlikely.

Like a 2.5% chance.

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So unlikely.

Like a 2.5% chance.
still a chance though

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So unlikely.

Like a 2.5% chance.
So, you're telling me theres a chance

http://youtube.com/watch?v=KX5jNnDMfxA

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So, you're telling me theres a chance

http://youtube.com/watch?v=KX5jNnDMfxA
Exactly.

Lol.

2.5% is such a slight chance, and no team in the history of the draft has won the draft in higher than 8th.

8th, 7th, 5th, 4th have all won once.

3 three times

1st three times

And the random in 05.

History is not on our side.

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hey i'm think one of these guys may fall to the canucks with the way they slid at seasons end, i'd be very happy to see any of these guys in a canucks uniform one day b. but who do you guys think is 1 and who is 4. heres how i have it

1 wilson
2 filatov
3 hodgson
4 boedker

any scouting reports or opinions would be great too
No freaking way Filatov lasts, the Leafs wouldn't pass

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04-06-2008, 02:20 AM
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filatov by KO

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04-06-2008, 04:23 AM
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Exactly.

Lol.

2.5% is such a slight chance, and no team in the history of the draft has won the draft in higher than 8th.

8th, 7th, 5th, 4th have all won once.

3 three times

1st three times

And the random in 05.

History is not on our side.
How does history play into a random drawing?

The Canucks have a 2.5% chance of winning. The past winners have no bearing on that.

The odds aren't on their side, and that's the only thing that plays into it.

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Filatov
Hodgson
Wilson
Boedker
Even a Rangers fan rating Boedker last I even think he might have a slight edge over Wilson, I just love the way the kid plays.

Filatov
Hodgson
Boedker
Wilson

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wait what's the 2.5% represent?

2.5% of moving up to 6th?

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The odds aren't on their side, and that's the only thing that plays into it.
Yeah, that's pretty much his point.

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wait what's the 2.5% represent?

2.5% of moving up to 6th?
yes.
It's 2.1 btw.

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what kind of game does hodgson bring

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04-06-2008, 06:53 PM
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what kind of game does hodgson bring
Think Chris Drury in every way.

He would be a great fit in Vancouver as an eventual #2 center.

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04-06-2008, 07:30 PM
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IMO

1- Hodgson
2- Filatov
3- Wilson
4- Boedker

Hodgson's the man, I really hope he falls to my Leafs.

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Think Chris Drury in every way.

He would be a great fit in Vancouver as an eventual #2 center.
Not a very good comparison at all. If anything, Wilson is more the Drury clone. Hodgson has a much better offensive upside.

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Filatov is the best by a mile

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Not a very good comparison at all. If anything, Wilson is more the Drury clone. Hodgson has a much better offensive upside.
As someone who has watched Hodgson dozens of times since minor bantam, I project him out to be an elite shut-down centerman who is good for 25 to 35 goals a year in the NHL. He plays with a warrior mentality, elevates his play the bigger the game, is great on draws and is most definitely NHL captain material. I don't see him being a #1 centrerman if for no other reason than his defensive skills and intelligence will force his coach to want to make the best use of that aspect of his game.

He is slightly under 6 feet, stockily built, very strong in traffic, and shoots right. He is not a speed burner but has a strong stride with very good agility and deceptive elusiveness.

Did I not just describe Chris Drury?

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I really hope the gets get to draft Filatov so that Cherry has a fit on TV.

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04-07-2008, 08:36 AM
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Filatov is the second best forward in the draft. Period.
Wilson is the better of the two.

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I really hope the gets get to draft Filatov so that Cherry has a fit on TV.
huh?

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