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07-18-2004, 02:57 AM
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Which Thrashers prospects are worth taking??

Hi, I'm in a league that is starting up with a draft. The draft takes the top two C's, top 2 LW's, top 2 RW's, top 4 defenseman and top two goalies of each team. So chances are I won't have Kovalchuk and Heatley etc... I get to pick 9 prospects from the Thrashers, their top 4 picks in this years draft and another 5 from other years. Since the top two lines of forwards and defense are gone, there is no real particular need. Looking at players potential, which of the other 5 (excluding the 2004 draft class) should I take? It's a sim league so HF ratings will matter most...which players would get the higher rankings now and possibly the future?

Aside from Lehtonen and Coburn, which others would be good picks? I probably won't be creating them all right away, so which prospects' future HF ratings will probably be good? Thanks!

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Can you switch the 3rd and 5th round picks in the 2004 draft? Gracik could turn out to be a point producer in the NHL if he maintains his pace as he jumps levels.

Besides Lehtonen and Coburn, Sharrow, Slater, Stewart, and Garnett have the best chances of turning into NHLers.

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Can you switch the 3rd and 5th round picks in the 2004 draft? Gracik could turn out to be a point producer in the NHL if he maintains his pace as he jumps levels.

Besides Lehtonen and Coburn, Sharrow, Slater, Stewart, and Garnett have the best chances of turning into NHLers.
Thanks for the response SlimJater. I'm hoping to be able to switch those picks. Gracik looks like he could be a good one and was the 5th player taken by the Thrashers, so I wouldn't be able to get him.

Between these guys, which will likely have the better HF rating in the future:
Karl Stewart or Chad Painchaud?
Jim Slater or Brad Schell?
Ilja Nikulin or Nathan Oystrick?

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Thanks for the response SlimJater. I'm hoping to be able to switch those picks. Gracik looks like he could be a good one and was the 5th player taken by the Thrashers, so I wouldn't be able to get him.

Between these guys, which will likely have the better HF rating in the future:
Karl Stewart or Chad Painchaud?
Jim Slater or Brad Schell?
Ilja Nikulin or Nathan Oystrick?
Stuart, Slater and Nikulin (never heard much about Oystrick and the bit I have heard hasn't blown me away)

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Oystrick is good!! I've watched him play the last two years! He's a great blue-liner, and this past year he's gotten a lot bolder with taking shots, which makes him a real force on the ice.

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Any other opinions on this??

Between these guys, which will likely have the better HF rating in the future:
Karl Stewart or Chad Painchaud?
Jim Slater or Brad Schell?
Ilja Nikulin or Nathan Oystrick?

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Stewart, Slater and Nikulin but Nikulin is a high risk/(hopefully) high reward player... Might never see the NHL...

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