2015 NHL Draft June 26th/27th

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Re: 2015 NHL Draft June 26th/27th

Postby The Frugal Gourmet » Sun Jun 28, 2015 11:24 pm

Bwahaha.

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Re: 2015 NHL Draft June 26th/27th

Postby ScubaSteve » Sun Jun 28, 2015 11:52 pm

If Hall played in Boston, tweeting something like that would be enough to get him traded for having a bad attitude.
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Re: 2015 NHL Draft June 26th/27th

Postby The Frugal Gourmet » Mon Jun 29, 2015 9:21 am

Not really. They make up the character problems when they need to trade someone. They don't trade someone because they have character problems.

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Re: 2015 NHL Draft June 26th/27th

Postby Jason » Mon Jun 29, 2015 3:52 pm

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"The second round is a very important round," Dallas Stars GM Jim Nill said. "Most teams have probably four or five guys on their list from the first round that are still going to be available in the second round, so it's a very important round."

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Re: 2015 NHL Draft June 26th/27th

Postby Jason » Tue Jul 07, 2015 5:27 pm

Stars intrigued by prospect Chris Martenet’s size, athleticism

“His whole year was on an upward swing. He’s an athlete,” said Joe McDonnell, Stars Director of Amateur Scouting. “He’s going to be a simple, first-pass guy with that long range, long mobility. For his size, he’s a very good skater.”

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Re: 2015 NHL Draft June 26th/27th

Postby ScubaSteve » Tue Jul 07, 2015 6:42 pm

Lot of qualifiers in those two sentences.
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Re: 2015 NHL Draft June 26th/27th

Postby The Frugal Gourmet » Tue Jul 07, 2015 8:19 pm

Oh, he's big?

Guys, I just found Todd's new favorite player.

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Re: 2015 NHL Draft June 26th/27th

Postby ToddM » Tue Jul 07, 2015 8:28 pm

Spoiler:
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Re: 2015 NHL Draft June 26th/27th

Postby ToddM » Mon Oct 05, 2015 8:56 am

Guryanov scored his first KHL goal the other day. A rocket from about two feet away:


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Re: 2015 NHL Draft June 26th/27th

Postby Troy McClure » Mon Oct 05, 2015 9:21 am

Bazzer will like the how the team uses the 501st Legion's logo at center ice.
I got a ranch in downtown Dallas/I buy diamonds by the ton/Chase cuties in my Cadillac/Drill oil wells just for fun/But when it comes to boots, I need a deal/That will fit me right, toe to heel/So I get my boots at Western Warehouse.

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Re: 2015 NHL Draft June 26th/27th

Postby slaps » Tue May 15, 2018 10:35 pm

Troy McClure wrote:Never heard of him.




https://theathletic.com/353504/2018/05/ ... y-ranking/

12. Dallas Stars: Sebastian Aho
Actual draft pick: No. 35 (change: +23)
My final ranking: Not ranked in my top 30

I tell myself that everyone else missed on Aho in the first round too (and pat myself on the back for recognizing that early on and taking him in my keeper league before he entered the NHL two seasons ago) but deep down I feel great shame. Looking back, this is my biggest miss in a re-draft. I liked Aho just fine in 2015 but I pegged him more as a second or third-round talent who projected as a depth scorer. I was wrong. He has since grown an inch and a half and become a reliable first-line winger and his team’s leading scorer as a sophomore (Aho’s 65 points with the Hurricanes was one better than Teuvo Teravainen). The Stars picked Denis Gurianov, who I had ranked in the third round, and they missed in a big way — he looks like he’ll be a depth forward.

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Re: 2015 NHL Draft

Postby slaps » Tue May 15, 2018 10:36 pm

ToddM wrote:Ok, now that I've finally read about some of the guys that might fall to us at 12, I'm hoping it's either Barzal or Konecny.

Barzal would be like picking Nishushkin again (or Forsberg 2): a one-time consensus #3 guy (behind McDavid and Eichel) who had one badly-timed injury, and saw a bunch of other dudes eclipse him in the rankings. I really doubt he'll fall to us, but then again, a lot of the 11 teams in front of us are kinda stupid and prone to dumb decisions.


Also, Todd looks vaguely prophetic here, but way too high in Nichushkin.

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Re: 2015 NHL Draft June 26th/27th

Postby slaps » Tue May 15, 2018 10:37 pm

ToddM wrote:I feel like we're going to rue the day we passed on *fargin'* Barzal at #12. *Dang all Get out*.


Yup.

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Re: 2015 NHL Draft

Postby ToddM » Wed May 16, 2018 2:07 am

slaps wrote:
ToddM wrote:Ok, now that I've finally read about some of the guys that might fall to us at 12, I'm hoping it's either Barzal or Konecny.

Barzal would be like picking Nishushkin again (or Forsberg 2): a one-time consensus #3 guy (behind McDavid and Eichel) who had one badly-timed injury, and saw a bunch of other dudes eclipse him in the rankings. I really doubt he'll fall to us, but then again, a lot of the 11 teams in front of us are kinda stupid and prone to dumb decisions.


Also, Todd looks vaguely prophetic here, but way too high in Nichushkin.


I liked the part where I predicted that a bunch of teams would be stupid.

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