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About mordekai

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  1. You got to use the 'right' list depending on the year. So Petey's year you got to use Mckenzie's list but for brock you got to use hockey prospects list! Even I can figure that out!
  2. Just using boeser as an example So you are saying all those years Canucks drafting late 1st round picks like Jensen, Gaunce, Schroder; all they had to do NOT to screw up on these picks was to draft someone 'expected' on Hockey prospect list or Bob's list? I get it... is so easy even I could out GM GMJB.
  3. Only because Avs have been out of the playoffs 8 out of the last 13 years. They have been building since 2006-2007.. they should have plenty of surplus if you were to compare to the Canucks
  4. 3 of the 4 you named played over 40 games for nyr. If that’s the case I could say canucks have even a better prospect pool with petey gaud Q juolevi demko etc etc i think is too too early to tell if nyr has surpassed the Canucks in their “rebuilding”
  5. Can you share with me who are the nyr players in this great lineup and the players in their great prospect pool? Just curious
  6. In a year or two it will be To NHL Team - Boeser To Van: 1st round pick, 2nd round pick, top prospect 1, top prospect 2
  7. I agree take a look at the Islanders or the blue jackets stats. None of them have a 100 point player but they have solid defence goaltending and forwards.
  8. Both Pettersson and Brock missed 10+ games. If you did the math average they get over 30 goals if they played the full year. Bo would have gotten 30 goals if we have a skillful defenceman like hughes playing all year or Edler play more than just 56 games (34 points)
  9. The St. Louis blues must have 6 bonafide top 6 players cause they are in the second round of the playoffs! Look at their highest 6 scoring forwards this year; all filled with 30 goals scorers and 100points players.. Ryan O'Reilly- 28g 77pts Vladimir Tarasenko- 33g 68pts Brayden Schenn - 17g 54pts David Perron- 23g 46pts Tyler Bozak- 13g 38pts Jaden Schwartz- 11g 36pts or even better look at the Dallas Stars also in the second round Tyler Seguin - 33g 80pts Alexander Radulov - 29g 72pts Jamie Benn - 27g 53pts Radek Faksa - 15g 30pts Jason Spezza - 8g 27pts Mattias Janmark-Nylen - 6g 25pts