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06-24-2010, 03:23 PM
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Kabanov if he drops

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#57 is all about Devante S-P

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06-24-2010, 03:26 PM
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I'd like one of Kabanov, Kuznetsov, Nelson, Howden or maybe even McFarland.

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06-24-2010, 03:30 PM
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I was wondering if someone could give me some insite as to why mcFarland has droped so much, i remember last year reading that he was right behind Hall and Seguin but now he's droped to late first round, what happened?

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06-24-2010, 03:33 PM
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Brock Nelson or John McFarland with the 27th if they are available. They have the size and the talent needed.

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06-24-2010, 04:08 PM
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I've already done this but it didn't really catch on. Maybe yours will.

http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?t...ht=draft+picks

My picks were (and are still):

27 - Kirill Kabanov (LW) or Jack Campbell (G)
57 - Ivan Telegin (C) or Greg McKegg (C)
117 - Danny Biega (D)
147 - Michael Bournival (C) or Pathrik Vesterholm (C/LW)
207 (?) - Ponthus Vesterholm (RW) (brothers... what the heck, why not?)

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06-24-2010, 04:13 PM
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27 - Tinordi!!!

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06-24-2010, 04:14 PM
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attaboy!

I want:

Round 1, 27th: LW Ludvig Rensfeldt (he's so smexy. a real nice project.)
Round 2, 57th: D Brock Beukeboom (just for the dude's name, no i'm kidding. he's great. BOOM.)
Round 4, 117th: C Michael Chaput (surprising stats last year, and he's hawt.)
Round 5, 147th: C Erik Thorell (my joker !!)
Round 7, 207th: D Niklas Clusen (you can't go wrong with a german D at 207th, or can you?)


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06-24-2010, 04:16 PM
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Well, here it is again... however crass the title may be.

I challenge you to predict who the Canadiens WILL PICK at the 27th position tomorrow.

I keep my choice: Kirill Kabanov

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06-24-2010, 04:16 PM
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Round 1 - 27th overall - Jarred Tinordi
Round 2 - 57th overall - Tom Kuehnhackl
Round 4 - 117th overall - Sondre Olden(although he is rising lately, he may not be availabe in 4th)
Round 5 - 147th overall - Marcel Noebels
Round 7- 207th overall - Too tough to call. Won't be too many players left.

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06-24-2010, 04:18 PM
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I've already done this but it didn't really catch on. Maybe yours will.

http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?t...ht=draft+picks

My picks were (and are still):

27 - Kirill Kabanov (LW) or Jack Campbell (G)
57 - Ivan Telegin (C) or Greg McKegg (C)
117 - Danny Biega (D)
147 - Michael Bournival (C) or Pathrik Vesterholm (C/LW)
207 (?) - Ponthus Vesterholm (RW) (brothers... what the heck, why not?)
No way Bournival is still available there, but if he is, go for it, he would be a great pick in the 4th or 5th round. I didn't include him in mine because I figure he would be gone by the 4th, but that's just me.

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06-24-2010, 04:28 PM
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Here's what I posted in the draft thread...

It's mostly based on the scouting reports I've red, the direction I'd take if I was to select a player in the draft (the qualities I'm looking for), and my gut feeling. So here it is :

I want :

1 - Justin Faulk - He could become a really good two way defenceman with offensive abilities. He's not tall, but he's thick and he has a canon from the point. Sounds like Subban? Yeah, a little bit, but he's not as gifted or as flashy, but he may be more complete. He can do it all and can play in any situation. He's physical despite his size and he seems to have the drive to succeed. We can't wait for him to fall in the second round because he's a riser and he should be high on many teams list. Don't let the draft guides fool you, he should be a top 35 pick.

2 - Joey Hishon - Here's what we don't need...another small forward. But it's a year like that. A year where good stuff comes in small bottles. We better get the good stuff even if we don't need it because at some point, we're gonna like it. Hishon is a really skilled player who can make players around him better. His moves are great, good shot and good passing ability, and while not blazing fast, skating isn't an issue. Without injuries, he would have been a first round pick. Oh, and he's not injury prone. A broken foot when you block a shot is just bad luck. And did I say anything about willingness to play? Because this guy as it. The Hockey News said that one of those small guys will become a Mike Richards or a Daniel Brière, well I believe it's this guy.

3 - Calle Jarnkrok - Jarnkrok is a late bloomer. He has offensive skills and like most Swedes, he's a hard worker. His speed and hockey sense alone should land him a NHL job. How good will he be? It's a little hard to tell at this point because he started off slowly, but was strong in all aspect of the game in the second part of the season. He's a undersize European, but one who could really help us down the road. Should we roll the dice on a player from a country where we did not have a lot of chance during the past few years? I'd say yes...

4 - Tyler Pitlick - Here is an interesting player. Played in the NCAA last season despite his young age, and did faily well. Was known for his offensive abilities in high school, but had to learn the other side of the game. He has everything to succeed at the NHL level, and he has a good size, something we are looking for. He's going to play in the WHL next season and it could be a great move for him. He'll have the chance to be a go to guy and that can't be a bad thing for him.

5 - Jaden Schwartz - Yet another small player, this guy could be our next Gionta. He's a spitfire on the ice...a little pin ball who's moving fast and always going for the puck. He has the offensive skills to be a top line player, and size don't seem to be a real issue in his case. Was dominating the USHL despite being younger than many other players and he's now ready to take the next step, which is college. We wouldn't be in any kind of rush to sign him which is a good thing because he could be more of a project.

HM (in no particular order) :

Jason Zucker - I like everything about him...speed, hard worker, decent skills, but lack of finishing abilities is a concern.

Jarred Tinordi - Would look great on our blue line, but I'd like to aim higher with a first round pick.

Riley Sheahan - Untapped offensive potential? That's the question and the why I'd like to gamble on him.

Brad Ross - We need a player like him, but was playing with two top 10 players...may not worth it after all.

Ludvig Rensfeld - Good package of everything, but I just have a funny feeling he'll not be as good as some think.

I don't want :

1 - Dylan McIlrath - It would be nice to have a physical force in the back end, but his downside is terrible. He'll either make it as a #4 D or be a complete bust.

2 - Beau Benneth - He's a PP guy, and I'd prefer a good even strengh player. PP guys will don't help you all that much against a team with a good gameplan against you.

3 - Quinton Howden - Inconsistent...good skills and speed, but can't put it all together. Here's a huge red flag for me.

4 - Tyler Toffoli - World class offensive skills, but can't skate. We are a fast team, and we should stay like that.

5 - Charlie Coyle - He has the word bust written oll over him IMO.

6 - Alex Petrovic - Bad hockey sense...no good!

7 - NO RUSSIANS!

We will pick :

First of all, I don't think we'll take a Europeen or a Russian.

So I'd say we'll take one of Justin Faulk, Jaden Schwartz, Tyler Pitclick, Riley Sheahan or Jason Zucker.

For our second pick, I'd like Michael Bournival, Mark Alt, Danny Biega, Curtis Hamilton or Patrick McNally. (obviously, one of the guy mentionned before would be on my list)

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06-24-2010, 04:35 PM
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If we can manage MacFarland and Kabanov..I'll send a fruit basket to Pierre Gauthier.

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06-24-2010, 04:39 PM
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Kabanov is a player I want to see on the habs, then again I am a ballsy guy.

I think we should trade S.Kost or another player + our second to move up to top 10 in the second round and pick him (Or 27th, I dont care!)

He is going to kick some major ***

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06-24-2010, 04:43 PM
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i for one am thrilled were drafting at 27

im sick of hearing who we got at 10 and what we missed at 25, or what we got at 15 and missed at 29

now WE ARE at 27, lets hope the stars align this time

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06-24-2010, 04:49 PM
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Jeff Skinner.


But he will likely be picked in the top 10 so..

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Habs fans in the top 30: Gudbranson, Fowler, McIlrath.

Let's get them all.

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I want the Russian.

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FIRST line TALENT


Kabanov and McFarland

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3 guys: Nino Niederreiter, Ryan Johansen or Kirill Kabanov.

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After all the crap with Valentenko, Perezhogin and S.Kostitsyn ...you guys still want Kabanov...unreal

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06-24-2010, 05:11 PM
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I think we will draft one of the college/USHL guys...no surprise. One of Tinordi or Faulk for defenceman, one of Schwartz/Nelson/Zucker for forwards.

Would be very happy with Tinordi.

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06-24-2010, 05:32 PM
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Speaking of drafts, I was looking around on the Internet for previous first round picks and in the 1997 draft, the Habs chose Jason Ward (#11) over Marian Hossa (#12 - Ottawa).

Funny how things worked out. Also funny the number of first rounders over the years, all teams included, that never made it big as they were supposed to.

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My Choice: Jaden Schwartz

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After all the crap with Valentenko, Perezhogin and S.Kostitsyn ...you guys still want Kabanov...unreal
1. Kabanov will not go to the KHL.
2. He's young..and imo Moncton mistreated him. He definitely needs to grow up, but at the same time, Moncton really didn't make him feel welcomed.
3. It's the 27th Overall Pick and we have a shot at first line talent. I'd have a hard time passing that up. If he falls to the 2nd round, even better!

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Speaking of drafts, I was looking around on the Internet for previous first round picks and in the 1997 draft, the Habs chose Jason Ward (#11) over Marian Hossa (#12 - Ottawa).

Funny how things worked out. Also funny the number of first rounders over the years, all teams included, that never made it big as they were supposed to.
Can throw in Brendan Morrow (25).

What I'd do to get Morrow on the Habs..

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