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05-08-2004, 08:35 PM
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Rangers picks

Does anyone know where I can find out what pick #'s the Rangers have in the first two rounds.

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I know you guys have our 1st and 2nd round pick this year

(In case you don't know I'm a leafs fan )

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#6
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#36
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#46*
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*if Umberger is not signed by June 1

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Our Draft Picks; plz. confirm the accuracy of this list

NYR 1st (6 overall)
TOR 1st (26 overall)
NYR 2nd
FL 2nd
EDM 2nd
MTL 2nd
PHILY 2nd
*R.J. Umberger

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Toronto fan. We have your first this year 2004 and second rounder next year 2005.

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Our Draft Picks; plz. confirm the accuracy of this list

NYR 1st (6 overall)
TOR 1st (26 overall)
NYR 2nd
FL 2nd
EDM 2nd
MTL 2nd
PHILY 2nd
*R.J. Umberger

Philly 2nd is in 2005.

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the Toronto pick will be 24th (23rd if Calgary wins the cup)
the pick from Edmonton is the compensatory pick that they got from the Leetch signing

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the Toronto pick will be 24th (23rd if Calgary wins the cup)
the pick from Edmonton is the compensatory pick that they got from the Leetch signing

I don't think playoff results have any effect on draft positions. I could be wrong, but, for example, in 2003, the Stanley Cup Champions picked 17th overall.

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I don't think playoff results have any effect on draft positions. I could be wrong, but, for example, in 2003, the Stanley Cup Champions picked 17th overall.
That's because they traded up. The team that wins the Cup is placed in the 30th slot.

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Not really a 'trade-up'...

I believe that they had the right to switch picks with St. Louis and exercised that right last season. I believe that stemmed from the whole Scott Stevens fiasco.

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I believe that they had the right to switch picks with St. Louis and exercised that right last season. I believe that stemmed from the whole Scott Stevens fiasco.

Yes, but they went from the St. Louis pick up to the LA pick, where they got Parise.

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I don't think playoff results have any effect on draft positions. I could be wrong, but, for example, in 2003, the Stanley Cup Champions picked 17th overall.
they do in the first round

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I don't think playoff results have any effect on draft positions. I could be wrong, but, for example, in 2003, the Stanley Cup Champions picked 17th overall.
the stanley cup champ picks #30...

last year however, the devils had the option to swap picks with st louis as a result of the tampering with stevens...so the devils used this to jump from #30 to #21, they then traded up from #21 to #17

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