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06-05-2015, 10:07 AM
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ATD: Single Season Draft Thread!

Post Draft Picks Here Please! Clock will begin at 8 AM EST Monday, June 8th


1. Single Season All Time Draft ONLY. (Example: Team X selects Alex Ovechkin 2007-08)

2. You draft a player based on ONE SEASON, NOT A CAREER. THIS INCLUDES POSTSEASON PLAY.

3. All Players, from all eras and leagues world wide are eligible.

4. A player can ONLY BE PICKED ONCE. You pick one player and one season and he is then removed from the draft pool.

5. 20 Rounds. 12 F, 6 D, 1 G, 1 Coach

6. 12 hour clock for the first two rounds, (sending a shortlist to another GM highly encouraged here)
then 10 hour clock for rounds 3-6,
then 8 hour clock for rounds 7-12,
then 6 hour clock for rounds 13-20,

7. Trades - No trades!

8. All Teams make the playoffs. The conferences will be divided once we determine final # of teams involved.

9. NO MENTIONING UNDRAFTED PLAYERS!!!

10. PM the next team after you have made your pick. THIS IS NOT OPTIONAL!

11. Snake Style draft. Order determined by random.org/sequence


Confirmed Teams: (looking for 8 total)

1. 87and71
2. Jarek
3. ResilientBeast
4. BubbaBoot
5. Iceman5
6. TDMM


Draft Order:


Round 1:

1. Jarek - Wayne Gretzky - 1984-85 - C
2. Iceman5 - Dominek Hasek - 1997-98 - G
3. ResilientBeast - Mario Lemieux - 1992-93 - C
4. TDMM - Bobby Orr - 1969-70 - D
5. 87and71 - Gordie Howe - 1951-52 - RW
6. BubbaBoot - Bobby Hull 1965-66 LW

Round 2:

7. BubbaBoot - Jaromir Jagr 1998-99 RW
8. 87and71 - Jean Beliveau 1955-56 C
9. TDMM - Guy Lafleur 1976-77 RW
10. RB - Nicklas Lidstrom 2001-02 D
11. Iceman5 - Phil Esposito 1970-71 C
12. Jarek - Paul Coffey 1984-85 D

Round 3:

13. Jarek - Denis Potvin 1975-76 D
14. Iceman5 - Eddie Shore 1932-33 D
15. Resilient Beast - Alex Ovechkin 2007-08 LW
16. TDMM - Howie Morenz 1927-28 C
17. 87and71 - Ray Bourque 1987-88 D
18. BubbaBoot - Larry Robinson 1976-77 D

Round 4:

19. BubbaBoot - Stan Mikita 1966-67
20. 87and71 - Doug Harvey 1957-58 D
21. TDMM - Red Kelly 1953-54 D
22. RB - Maurice Richard 1946-47 RW
23. Iceman5 - Ted Lindsay 1949-50 LW
24. Jarek - Charlie Conacher 1934-35 RW

Round 5:

25. Jarek - Joe Sakic 2000-01 C
26. Iceman5 - Dickie Moore 1958-59 LW
27. Resilient Beast - Chris Chelios 1988-89 D
28. TDMM - Mark Messier 1989-90 C
29. 87and71 - Mike Bossy 1981-82 RW
30. BubbaBoot - Terry Sawchuk 1951-52 G

Round 6:

31. BubbaBoot - Pierre Pilote 1964-65 D
32. 87and71 - Cyclone Taylor 1914-15 C
33. TDMM - Chris Pronger 1999-00 D
34. RB - Viacheslav Fetisov - 1985-86 D
35. Iceman5 - Brian Leetch 1993-94 D
36. Jarek - Toe Blake 1938-39 LW

Round 7:

37. Jarek - Martin St Louis 2003-04 RW
38. Iceman5 - Bobby Clarke 1975-75 C
39. Resilient Beast - Ken Dryden 1975-76 G
40. TDMM - Busher Jackson 1931-32 LW
41. 87and71 - Aubrey "Dit" Clapper 1940-41 D
42. BubbaBoot - Steve Yzerman 1988-89 C

Round 8:

43. BubbaBoot - Bernie Geoffrion 1960-61 RW
44. 87and71 - Frank Nighbor 1916-17 C
45. TDMM - Bernie Parent 1973-74 G
46. RB - Sergei Fedorov 1993-94 C
47. Iceman5 - Jarome Iginla 2001-02 RW
48. Jarek - Brad Park 1977-78 D

Round 9:

49. Jarek - Doug Gilmour 1992-93 C
50. Iceman5 - Bryan Hextall Sr 1941-42 RW
51. Resilient Beast - Bill Cook 1932-33 RW
52. TDMM - Brett Hull 1990-90 RW
53. 87and71 - Andy Bathgate 1958-59 RW
54. BubbaBoot - Bryan Trottier 1981-82 C

Round 10:

55. BubbaBoot - Scott Stevens 1993-94 D
56. 87and71 - Bob Gainey 1978-79 LW
57. TDMM - Bill Cowley 1940-41 C
58. RB - Rod Langway 1983-84 D
59. Iceman5 - Sprague Cleghorn 1925-26 D
60. Jarek - Ace Bailey, 1928-29 RW

Round 11:

61. Jarek - Daniel Sedin 2010-11 LW
62. Iceman5 - Mark Recchi 1999-00 RW
63. ResilientBeast - Henrik Zetterberg 2007-08 LW
64. TDMM - Jack Stewart 1942-43 D
65. 87and71 - Al MacInnis 1988-89 D
66. BubbaBoot - Michel Goulet 1983-84 LW

Round 12:

66. BubbaBoot - Guy Lapointe 1972-73 D
67. 87and71 - Frank Foyston 1916-17 LW
68. TDMM - Punch Broadbent 1921-22 RW
69. RB - Earl Seibert 1937-38 D
70. Iceman5 - Peter Forsberg 2002-03 C
71. Jarek - Lionel Conacher 1933-34 D

Round 13:

72. Jarek - Babe Siebert 1937-38 D
73. Iceman5 - Borje Salming 1976-77
74. ResilientBeast - Paul Kariya 1996-97 LW
75. TDMM - Bert Olmstead 1955-56 LW
76. 87and71 - Duncan Keith 2009-10 D
77. BubbaBoot - Jarri Kurri 1984-85 RW

Round 14:

78. BubbaBoot - Larry Murphy 1992-93 D
79. 87and71 - Tim Thomas 2010-11 G
80. TDMM - Valeri Kharlamov 1971-72 LW
81. RB - Eric Lindros 1994-95 C
82. Iceman5 - King Clancy 1929-30 D
83. Jarek - Newsy Lalonde 1918-19 C

Round 15:

84. Jarek - Paul Thompson 1937-38 LW
85. Iceman5 - Marcel Dionne 1979-80 C
86. ResilientBeast - Anatoli Firsov 1967-68 LW
87. TDMM - Milt Schmidt 1939-40 C
88. 87and71 - John Bucyk 1970-71 LW
89. BubbaBoot - Scotty Bowman 1996-97 coach

Round 16:

90. BubbaBoot - Herb Gardiner 1926-27 D
91. 87and71 - Ebbie Goodfellow 1939-40 D
92. TDMM - Woody Dumart 1939-40 LW
93. RB - Sergei Makarov 1984-85 RW
94. Iceman5 - Markus Naslund 2002-03 LW
95. Jarek - Roberto Luongo 2006-07 G

Round 17:

96. Jarek - Vladimir Martinec 197576 C
97. Iceman5 - Roy Conacher 1948-49 LW
98. ResilientBeast - Vladimir Krutov 1986-87 LW
99. TDMM - Bobby Bauer 1939-40 RW
100. 87and71 - Claude Provost 1965-65 RW
101. BubbaBoot - Theo Fleury 1990-91 RW

Round 18:

102. BubbaBoot - Nels Stewart 1925-26 C
103. 87and71 - Evgeni Malkin 2008-09 C
104. TDMM - Eddie Gerard 1921-22 D
105. RB - Cecil Hart 1930-31 coach
106. Iceman5 - Tom Johnson 1958-59 D
107. Jarek - Toe Blake 1955-56 coach

Round 19:

108. Jarek - Doug Bentley 1042-43 LW
109. Iceman5 - Al Arbour 1981-82 coach
110. ResilientBeast - Daniel Alfredsson 2005-06 RW
111. TDMM - Scott Niedermayer 2006-07 D
112. 87and71 - Dany Heatley 2006-07 LW
113. BubbaBoot - Brendan Shanahan 1996-97 LW

Round 20:

114. BubbaBoot - Bob Probert 1987-88 LW
115. 87and71 - Tommy Ivan 1951-52 coach
116. TDMM - Jack Adams 1936-37 coach
117. RB - Rob Blake 1997-98 D
118. Iceman5 - Rick Middleton 83-84 RW
120. Jarek - Jan Suchy 1968-69 D
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06-05-2015, 06:33 PM
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I'll go with 1984-1985 Wayne Gretzky.

Led the league in goals, assists, points, and captured the Hart and Pearson, while also leading the playoffs in assists and points and capturing the Smythe. He also led the 1984-1985 Canada Cup in scoring.



Since we have so few teams, can I suggest linking the names under "confirmed teams" to PMs to those GMs? This may even be something to consider for future ATDs as well.. it just makes PM'ing people a lot easier.


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Done, I agree I'll make sure it's done for all drafts moving forward.

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I unstickied this just to keep the drafts separate - MLD above the break, this one below it.

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I'll go out and grab Dominik Hasek 1997–98

There were a lot of options with this fella but I decided to go with his Olympic gold year... and OH, he also grabbed the Hart, Vezina and Lester.



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I will select, Mario Lemieux, C 1992-93



1992-93 NHL Art Ross Trophy
1992-93 NHL Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy
1992-93 NHL Hart Memorial Trophy
1992-93 NHL Ted Lindsay Award
1992-93 NHL NHL All-Star Team (1st)


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"The run he went on was beyond belief. He was significantly behind Pat LaFontaine in the scoring race. He missed six weeks. He won the scoring title and it was something like [56] points in [20] games. It was a ridiculous pace. It would have been ridiculous even if he hadn't gone through any physical maladies. To do that in this context was amazing."
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From my outside view, the interesting part of the SSD is that no one has to guess how this Fantasy hockey season would play out - there's no "assume X player has some hot streaks but is inconsistent, because he only had a 3 year prime" like in the ATD. The players will have a season like the season they were drafted from (adjusted for competition).

That said, I hope Resilient Beast gets a good spare centre, because he's already drafted 24 man-games lost for his team. Not that I wouldn't have taken '93 Mario - but that has to matter when you look at the teams overall.


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From my outside view, the interesting part of the SSD is that no one has to guess how this Fantasy hockey season would play out - there's no "assume X player has some hot streaks but is inconsistent, because he only had a 3 year prime" like in the ATD. The players will have a season like the season they were drafted from (adjusted for competition).

That said, I hope Resilient Beast gets a good spare centre, because he's already drafted 24 man-games lost for his team. Not that I wouldn't have taken '93 Mario - but that has to matter when you look at the teams overall.
I can't see any reason for him this not being considered one of the greatest seasons in NHL history though. Lemieux was a man possessed and this was easily IMO his finest season.

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Oh for sure. I just think that if it was me drafting the team, I might want to prioritize my #5 centre over all the rest of my spares, and maybe even the backup goalie. And not draft any other major injuries in my starting 5.

Strategy is fun!

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Oh for sure. I just think that if it was me drafting the team, I might want to prioritize my #5 centre over all the rest of my spares, and maybe even the backup goalie. And not draft any other major injuries in my starting 5.

Strategy is fun!
We'll have to see how the draft shakes out

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I certainly think Mario 92-93 was simply amazing in that he accomplished so much after friggin' radiation treatment. I mean this guy had life threatening cancer and some how still managed to dominate 2 months later. I remember watching him almost every night and it was mythical. 17 straight wins. 2.67 PPG....92-93 was a ridiculously high scoring year but given all that Lemieux had to overcome, it was an amazing feat.

With that being said, for a 1 year run, i'd probably take 88-89 Mario because it was one of a handful of times where he was healthy for almost the entire year and he led the league in goals, assists, points, PP goals, SH goals etc.

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Wow a goalie second overall eh??? Interesting!

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Wow a goalie second overall eh??? Interesting!
If I didn't pick Hasek I would've picked Lemieux. So in a sense I could probably have gotten both given the amount of teams, but it's more casual and for fun this time around I guess.

Sure, this is single seasons but in my opinion Hasek has the second greatest peak of all time after a certain defenseman and then I just picked 1 of his seasons.


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I would have picked this season first overall

Bobby Orr 1969-70

Won the Art Ross with 120 points. 2nd place had 99. 2nd place was his teammate. 3rd place had 86 points. 2nd place among defensemen was a tie with 44 points!

Won the Conn Smythe with 20 points in 14 games and the iconic Cup winning goal. Though his one forward teammate outscored him, shame on him!

Also won the Norris, Hart, and Lindsay(Pearson) trophies.

NHL coach's poll released in March, 1971 (which is going to be partly based off performances during the last full season):

Orr finished

2nd for best shot
2nd for hardest shot
2nd for best stickhandler
1st for best skater
1st for smartest player
1st for best defensive defenseman! (tied with 2 other players)


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Yep......TDMM gets Orr at 4 overall! Great pick sir.

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Should we make a roster thread?

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I'll take Mr Hockey from the 51-52 Red Wings, one of the most dominant teams in NHL History.

Gordie Howe 51-52

Hart
Art Ross
Rocket Richard
First Team AS
Led Playoffs in scoring where Detroit went 8-0 sweeping both series.

FYI, BubbaBoot hasn't been online since the 1st.....Maybe on vacation, but we're not going on the clock until Monday, so he has plenty of time.


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Howe is who I expected to get with #4.

I would have picked his record breaking 52-53, however.

I realize Detroit was upset in the playoffs, but Howe scored the same # of points as the previous year; biggest difference IIRC is that the goalie and/or team defense wasn't nearly as good.

Either way, can't go wrong with any of Howe's 4 consecutive Art Ross seasons.

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Yeah, i went back and forth with those 2 seasons, but in the end I went with the Cup winning run. As you said, you can't really go wrong with either season and I simply don't think BB would have let him slip back around the horn with 2 picks to make....

It will be interesting to see how things play out. There are so many uber close seasons, not only between player A and B, but often with a single player.

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Likely a toss up based on personal preference between Orr and Gretzky here.

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Likely a toss up based on personal preference between Orr and Gretzky here.
It's just funny that Orr has gone #1 in the ATD like 8 drafts in a row, despite losing out to Gretzky in career value, while the one draft where career value doesn't matter, he slips to 4th.

But yeah, I realize that it's because in a big draft, GMs are terrified of losing out on a "true #1" if they don't go D ASAP

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Orr would have been my pick at #1 overall FYI. You can't go wrong with either of his Cup winning seasons. He was utterly dominant in a way the league had never seen before.

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There's probably a significant drop-off after Orr here, but I think you can probably argue for like 10 or 15 different players for the 2nd best season at D. I wonder if the same is true between Gretzky and the 2nd best season at F.

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Pretty shocked Orr didn't go top 2. I would've taken him first.

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Sorry, didn't know we had started already.

The BOSTON SHOE TRADERS are going with:

RW - BOBBY HULL - 65/66
65 games / 54 goals (1st) (1st EV) (1st PP) / 43 assists / 97 points (1st) / 70 PIMs - first to break 50 goals in a season
1st team all-star / Hart Trophy / Ross Trophy



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LW - JAROMIR JAGR - 98/99
81 games / 44 goals (1st EV goals) / 83 assists (1st) / 127 points (1st) / 66 PIMs
1st team all-star / Hart Trophy / Pearson Trophy / Ross Trophy



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