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Patrick Kane

R G M G part 2 [ST.LOUIS AND TAMPA BAY OPEN!]

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PHX up

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Ok good. My original pick was going to be ---But he got taken so I took ---- instead.

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Ok good. My original pick was going to be ---But he got taken so I took ---- instead.

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I'm pretty sure you're allowed to say names of players that are already taken.

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Toronto Maple Leafs select from the New Jersey Devils.

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Patrik Elias

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Toronto Maple Leafs select from the St. Louis Blues

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David Perron

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FLA willing to move down. (3rd pick of round 6)

I want another close by pick and I want to move up in the later rounds.

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Toronto Maple Leafs select from the St. Louis Blues

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Patrik Berglund

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Looking to trade down! PM me.

aka I haven't done enough research to see who is left.

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Hmm, looking at my team and who is left, I think I'm going to go with a different approach of drafting.

Pick dealt.

Daniel-Henrik-???

???-Bergeron-???

Gardiner-???

Brodeur.

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The Carolina Hurricanes would first, like to begin by taking a moment to appreciate how quickly a deal was worked out in order to trade up in the draft. Now to the order of business, we are very honoured with the 153rd selection in RGMG's Fantasy Draft to proudly introduce as the new draftee from St.Paul Minnesota ...

Justin "Clean Plays" Faulk

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Analysis: Justin Faulk posses a huge shot, and is comfortable skating the puck out of his own zone. He has an NHL body, which he uses to his advantage to cover shot angles, and to keep opposing forwards to the outside. The only knock on his game is his tendency to get over aggressive, and take unnecessary penalties. However that can be due to his youthful energy, and he can easily be coached, without special attention required.

Carolina: Justin Faulk was one of the defensemen we had pinned out to be in our top 4 pairings. Not only is he known for having the ability to skate with his skate tongue's half hanging off his feet, but he also possess a solid ability to move the puck up the ice, and a immense physical presence on our blue line. Through these five rounds we reviewed numerous game tapes, and we believe that he is a great addition to our team, despite critics saying that we have just about enough veteran experience on the Hurricanes to fill a coffee cup. However when we watched him take down 6'3 John Carlson who weighs in at just under a monstrous 220 lbs, we couldn't wait to draft him to proudly represent the Hurricanes for a second time. The Hurricanes are overjoyed, ecstatic, excited, elated, delighted .... well you get the point to take him in the beginning of the 6th round.

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AmazingNuck is up.

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