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Posted 31 May 2013 - 09:52 PM

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The LA Kings will not be signing Michael Schumacher, meaning he'll re-enter the draft.
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Posted 01 June 2013 - 03:16 PM

I'm hoping the Flames don't use that 6th overall to select a euro player, I don't want the team going all euro and soft. Either grab a big solid Dman or trade down for prospects and take Shinkaruk, or try to trade up for an elite three.
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Posted 04 June 2013 - 09:18 AM

Picks 15-26 added


We pick 24th overall

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Posted 04 June 2013 - 09:23 AM

I'm hoping the Flames don't use that 6th overall to select a euro player, I don't want the team going all euro and soft. Either grab a big solid Dman or trade down for prospects and take Shinkaruk, or try to trade up for an elite three.

Shinkaruk! !
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Posted 13 June 2013 - 09:56 AM

Anyone expect a fall in the rankings for a high ranked prospect? (Such as Forsberg last year)
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Posted 13 June 2013 - 10:30 AM

Anyone expect a fall in the rankings for a high ranked prospect? (Such as Forsberg last year)


Nicushkin.
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Posted 13 June 2013 - 11:11 AM

Nicushkin.

Because of the Russian factor or something else?
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Posted 13 June 2013 - 12:09 PM

Because of the Russian factor or something else?


He seemed like a late comer to his ranking and teams might take it with a grain of salt.
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Posted 13 June 2013 - 12:33 PM

I think what we need from this draft is another Kesler. We need scoring. Bad.

We need scoring bad so we should draft a centre that is going to take 5 years to develop?
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Posted 13 June 2013 - 12:50 PM

Anyone expect a fall in the rankings for a high ranked prospect? (Such as Forsberg last year)

A few yes. Domi because of his size, Mantha because of his work ethic. and there's one other kid from Europe, a later first round Russian some will take a flyer on I am sure.
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He's out for 6 months (which will hinder his development) and he really needs that development. There's already worries that he won't translate to the NHL and he'll end up a huge ass bust.

 

 


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Posted 13 June 2013 - 07:26 PM

Shinkaruk! !


Actually this is exactly who I hope we draft. I know he's ranked lower, but I would absolutely take him 6th overall in a heartbeat. I've seen this kid play lots the last two years, he is a pure goal scorer. He has excellent hockey sense, and doesn't need a lot of skill around him to be a big difference maker(which is good as there is currently not a ton of skill on Calgary). Shinkaruk is a hometown boy, and I can see him easily developing into a first line player who would be an integral part of any teams offense. Furthermore, this kid looks really good as a two way player, his defensive zone coverage is very impressive. I would love Calgary to take him.
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Posted 16 June 2013 - 08:40 PM

Anyone think a team in the top 5 picks with trade their pick?
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Posted 16 June 2013 - 09:23 PM

  • The Boston Bruins’ first-round pick will go to the Dallas Stars as the result of a trade on April 2, 2013 that sent Jaromir Jagr to Boston in exchange for Lane MacDermid, Cody Payne and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade).[19] The condition – Dallas will receive a first-round pick if Boston advances to the 2013 Eastern Conference Finals – was converted on May 25, 2013.
Nice trade for Dallas I guess :P
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Posted 16 June 2013 - 09:29 PM

Fredrik Gauthier seems like Nik Antropov 2.0.

Hoping Canucks can somehow get Josh Morrissey. Exactly what the team needs in the future and would likely the BPA at that pick.

Hopefully either Jackson Houck or Adam Tambellini drops to the 4th round so the Canucks can snag one of them as well. That one is more unlikely though.

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Posted 16 June 2013 - 09:40 PM

Max Domi would be great.
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Posted 16 June 2013 - 09:40 PM

Anyone think a team in the top 5 picks with trade their pick?

Probably Florida,
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Posted 18 June 2013 - 09:43 AM

I say the Canucks make a jump up to the 8-15 pick range. Anyone else have predictions on where the Canucks will end up selecting?
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Posted 23 June 2013 - 07:52 PM

Nathan MacKinnon: "I think I'm NHL-ready."

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Posted 24 June 2013 - 01:19 AM

- Seth Jones’ mom, Amy, plans to live with him his first couple years in the NHL. The kid’s only 18, after all. The Avs met with Jones in Texas Thursday night, but don’t get too excited. It was already a planned trip, and it’s part of their due diligence. You never know what can happen.


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Posted 25 June 2013 - 10:27 PM

Here's TSN's (Craig Button) official mock draft

http://www.tsn.ca/dr...ature/?id=98084

I'd be so happy if we got Pulock. He's exactly what we need.
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Posted 26 June 2013 - 07:24 AM

Here's TSN's (Craig Button) official mock draft

http://www.tsn.ca/dr...ature/?id=98084

I'd be so happy if we got Pulock. He's exactly what we need.


I agree, for D I'd be pretty happy if we landed Pulock or Morrissey. Though I am hoping some how Horvat slips to us, though not likely...

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Posted 26 June 2013 - 07:27 AM

I agree, for D I'd be pretty happy if we landed Pulock or Morrissey. Though I am hoping some how Horvat slips to us, though not likely...

no bit there's a good chance we can nab one of pulock morrissey haag or horvat. id be happy with any of those three.
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Posted 26 June 2013 - 07:30 AM

After looking at Bob Mackenzie's draft report, I am just drooling over this years prospects.

We gotta pick up some 1st, 2nd and 3rd rounders, this draft look uber-deep.
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Posted 26 June 2013 - 07:39 AM

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In terms of talent evaluation and potential, few players in the upcoming NHL Entry Draft are as hard to pin down as Brandon Wheat Kings defenceman Ryan Pulock.
Having a late 1994 birthday, making him older than most of the other players available in the draft, has given scouts an extra year to evaluate Pulock's capabilities, yet they still vary quite significantly when it comes to where he ranks among this year's draft class. Although placed within the range of 10-15 on average, some believe him to be a Top 5 talent in any other, shallower draft year, while conversely TSN's Craig Button has him as low as 30th.
What's undeniable, however, is that Pulock knows how to put up points, as shown by his impressive stats from the WHL: Season Team GP Goals Assists Points +/- PIM 2012-2013 Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL) 61 14 31 45 -7 22 2011-2012 Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL) 71 19 41 60 +33 20 2010-2011 Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL) 63 8 34 42 +2 4
Pulock's greatest offensive weapon is his bomb from the point, as he possesses probably the hardest slapshot out of any draft-eligible player and isn't afraid to unload it. He can keep it low to generate rebounds or take it high to find the corner of the net, and despite his age already has the offensive instincts to know when to utilize each one. His passing is also highly impressive, as he can make hard, accurate feeds and usually knows the right places to put them. He's not the type of defender to go end-to-end with the puck, but he can still effectively navigate his way through traffic.
Pulock's gaudy 60 points in 2011-2012 undoubtedly were enhanced by playing on an overall great offensive team, but his 45 points this season are almost more impressive considering he did so with almost no support and while battling injuries. Hands down, he was Brandon's top offensive weapon, which is incredibly rare for a defenceman in the WHL.
While people are quick to make note of his offensive game, they often do so while glossing over the fact that he also plays a high-end defensive game, having been one of Brandon's top shutdown defencemen for the last two seasons. Standing a little over 6'0" and weighing in around 210 pounds, Pulock's size is below average for high-ranking defensive prospects, but he still manages to play a smart, reliable defensive game due in large part to his impressive hockey IQ.
He's not a punishing physical player, but still manages to use his size effectively by picking the right times and places to apply it, delivering a check or being strong along the boards if the situation calls for it. Pulock's +33 rating in 2011-2012 was miles ahead of his closest defenceman teammate, who was a +16. Possibly the most impressive thing about Pulock's defensive game is that he's able to do it, and do it well, while staying out of the penalty box, racking up far, far less minors than most WHL defenecemen of his age and caliber.
A noted leader on and off the ice, Pulock also serves as captain of the Wheat Kings. His compete level is high, and his combined 11 points in 15 playoff games shows that he can elevate his play when he needs to.
So for a guy that excels offensively, is reliable defensively, and has an ideal mentality towards the game, why is he not considered more of a home-run pick? That's a good question, one that doesn't have an immediate answer.
Most elite defencemen prospects are either huge or silky smooth. Pulock isn't either, playing a different style of game altogether, so that may be working against him as scouts will often point to his size and his skating speed as areas of concern. Considering he plays in the most physical junior league in the world more snarl is expected out of his game. Even though his decrease in production this season was because of a combination of injuries and a bad supporting cast, a dropoff in points will always set off some red flags. Still, all hockey prospects have flaws in their games, and Pulock's seem to be more minor than most.
Even though the Dallas Stars currently have a glut of defensive prospects, Pulock's heavy shot and leadership abilities are still traits that the team's future blueline is in short supply of. While it's no secret that the Stars are most likely targeting forwards with their 10th overall pick, going for Pulock instead would not be a bad choice whatsoever, as he possesses the potential to not only be one of the biggest steals of this draft, but also the potential to be a #1 or #2 defenceman for years to come.
Scouting reports:


Future Considerations:
Pulock is a cerebral, smooth skating, offensive minded blueliner with outstanding mobility and agility. He has the ability to consistently produce offensive chances from the backend. He makes strong reads and reacts quickly in transition whether defensively or offensively. Pulock likes to rush the puck up the ice, makes strong and accurate passes that are typically well timed. He has nice vision that allows him to read the play and see his options. He can also generate second and third chances for his forwards off rebounds from his strong point shot. He is an excellent power play QB.


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Finding the perfect spot for Pulock was difficult. Some scouts consider him to be a top-eight player in this draft, whereas others prefer him in the 11-15 range. Despite concerns, he has been one of the WHL's top offensive defensemen for the past three seasons. He tied for the points lead among all Wheat Kings this year. His best tool is his shot, which is elite, and NHL teams will utilize it atop the umbrella on their first power play unit. It has been clocked at over 100 miles per hour in skills competitions. His offensive game is well rounded, as he is a high-end thinker who has been described as a methodical puck mover. Pulock always seems to make the right decisions, whether it is to rush, pass, or shoot. Defensively, he is strong on his checks, controls his gaps well, and generally stays with his assignments. Still, he is prone to a breakdown at certain times. The biggest criticism of Pulock is his skating. Some scouts describe it as average, others as above average. Despite having solid mobility, he does not seem to have a blazing top gear. His game is more based on feel than dangling or pushing the pace.


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The Brandon Wheat Kings captain was injured for the prospects game and his team missed the playoffs, but Pulock has impressed scouts over the past two seasons.

Offense is Pulock's calling card, but scouts are divided on where he'll fit on an NHL team. Some think he's a top-four defenseman, while others think he'll struggle to be a top-six. His skating is not elite, but he has one of the hardest, heaviest shots among draft-eligible players. "He's just a solid all-round defenseman," a scout said. "He's not going to wow you with any flash, but he's got a real steadiness to his game. You know what you're getting with him and he's going to be a real solid NHL player."

Not all scouts are as impressed. "He might be as good now as he's ever going to be," another scout said. "That's OK, but it's nothing special. A lot of guys in this draft will go by him down the road. He's got a good shot, but his size and mobility are average."


A good read on Poluck. Some scouts say he could go top 8 in this draft, and would be a top 5 lock in others. Only knock against him seems to be his skating. His defense doesn't get much attention as it's overshadowed by his outstanding offense.

Pegged as a Top 4 Defenseman and PP QB.
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Posted 26 June 2013 - 05:57 PM

NHL releases complete order for June 30 entry draft:

Here’s the complete order for the 2013 NHL Draft:


Round 1


1. Colorado 2. Florida 3. Tampa Bay 4. Nashville 5. Carolina 6. Calgary 7. Edmonton 8. Buffalo 9. New Jersey 10. Dallas 11. Philadelphia 12. Phoenix 13. Winnipeg 14. Columbus 15. NY Islanders 16. Buffalo (from Min.) 17. Ottawa 18. Detroit 19. Columbus (from NYR) 20. San Jose 21. Toronto 22. Calgary (from StL) 23. Washington 24. Vancouver 25. Montreal 26. Anaheim 27. Columbus (from LA) 28. Calgary (from Pit.) 29. Dallas (from Bos.) 30. Chicago


Round 2


31. Florida 32. Colorado 33. Tampa Bay 34. Montreal (from Nsh.) 35. Carolina 36. Montreal (from Cgy.) 37. Edmonton 38. Buffalo 39. New Jersey 40. Dallas 41. Philadelphia 42. Phoenix 43. Winnipeg 44. Columbus 45. Anaheim (from NYI) 46. Minnesota 47. St. Louis (from Ott.) 48. Detroit 49. San Jose (from NYR) 50. San Jose 51. Toronto 52. Buffalo (from StL) 53. Washington 54. Dallas (from Van.) 55. Montreal 56. Edmonton (from Ana.) 57. Los Angeles 58. San Jose (from Pit.) 59. Winnipeg 60. Boston 61. Winnipeg (from Chi.)


Round 3


62. Phoenix (from Fla.-NYR-SJ) 63. Colorado 64. Nashville (from TB) 65. NY Rangers (from Nsh.) 66. Carolina 67. Calgary 68. Dallas (from Edm.) 69. Buffalo 70. Minnesota (from NJ) 71. Montreal (from Dal.) 72. Philadelphia 73. Phoenix 74. Winnipeg 75. NY Rangers (from CBJ) 76. NY Islanders 77. Pittsburgh (from Min-Phi-Dal) 78. Ottawa 79. Detroit 80. NY Rangers 81. Minnesota (from SJ) 82. Toronto 83. St. Louis 84. Washington 85. Vancouver 86. Montreal 87. Anaheim 88. Los Angeles 89.
Pittsburgh 90. Boston 91. Winnipeg (from Chi.)


Round 4


92. Florida 93. Colorado 94. St. Louis (from TB) 95. Nashville 96. Los Angeles (from Car.) 97. Florida (from Cgy.) 98. Florida (from Edm.) 99. Nashville (from Buf.) 100. New Jersey 101. Dallas 102. Ottawa (from Phi.-TB) 103. Los Angeles (from Phx-CBJ-Phi.) 104. Winnipeg 105. Columbus 106. NY Islanders 107. Minnesota 108. Ottawa 109. Detroit 110. NY Rangers 111. San Jose 112. Nashville (from Tor.) 113. St. Louis 114. Washington 115. Vancouver 116. Montreal 117. Toronto (from Ana.) 118. Los Angeles 119. Pittsburgh 120. Boston 121. Chicago


Round 5


122. Florida 123. Colorado 124. Tampa Bay 125. Nashville 126. Carolina 127. Washington (from Cgy.) 128. Edmonton 129. Buffalo 130. Buffalo (from NJ-LA-Fla.) 131. Dallas 132. Philadelphia 133. Phoenix 134. Winnipeg 135. Calgary (from CBJ) 136. NY Islanders 137. Minnesota 138. Ottawa 139. Detroit 140. Nashville (from NYR) 141. San Jose 142. Toronto 143. Buffalo (from StL) 144. Washington 145. Vancouver 146. Los Angeles (from Mtl.) 147. Anaheim 148. Los Angeles 149. Dallas (from Pit.) 150. Boston 151. Chicago


Round 6


152. Florida 153. Colorado 154. Tampa Bay 155. Nashville 156. Carolina 157. Calgary 158. Edmonton 159. Buffalo 160. New Jersey 161. Ottawa (from Dal.) 162. Philadelphia 163. Phoenix 164. Pittsburgh (from Wpg.) 165. Columbus 166. NY Islanders 167. Minnesota 168. Ottawa 169. Detroit 170. NY Rangers 171. Nashville (from SJ) 172. Toronto 173. St. Louis 174. Washington 175. Vancouver 176. Montreal 177. Anaheim 178. Los Angeles 179. Pittsburgh 180. Boston 181. Chicago


Round 7


182. Dallas (from Fla.) 183. Colorado 184. Tampa Bay 185. Nashville 186. Tampa Bay (from Car.) 187. Calgary 188. Edmonton 189. Buffalo 190. Winnipeg (from NJ) 191. Los Angeles (from Dal.) 192. Philadelphia 193. Phoenix 194. Winnipeg 195. Columbus 196. NY Islanders 197. Minnesota 198. Calgary (from Ott.-Chi.) 199. Detroit 200. Minnesota (from NYR) 201. San Jose 202. Toronto 203. St. Louis 204. Washington 205. Vancouver 206. Montreal 207. San Jose (from Ana.-Col.) 208. Los Angeles 209. Pittsburgh 210. Boston 211. Chicago


NOTES


Pick 59 — Winnipeg assigned a compensatory pick; did not sign 2008 1st-round pick (29th overall), C Daulton Leveille.


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Posted 26 June 2013 - 07:17 PM

There are so many interesting prospects in this years draft, i think i will be happy with whoever we will end up taking in the 1st round. Realistically, i would love if we took someone like Rychel, and maybe Zadorov could fall because of the russian factor. I think Zadorov is a guy a little bit off the radar, just because he played on a great team like London, where guys like Domi and Horvat got all the attention. Zadorov is big, nasty, a decent skater for his size, and he got that big shot that you love. He could turn out into a really great 2-way defenseman. Also on a side-note, his favorite NHL team is Vancouver. I think Domi might go top 10.
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Posted 27 June 2013 - 07:37 AM

ISS Final Rankings :

  • Nathan Mackinnon C
  • Seth Jones D
  • Jonathan Drouin LW
  • Valeri Nichushkin RW
  • Sasha Barkov C
  • Darnell Nurse D
  • Elias Lindholm C
  • Nikita Zadarov D
  • Sean Monahan C
  • Bo Horvat C
  • Rasmus Ristolainen D
  • Curtis Lazar C
  • Hunter Shinkaruk C
  • Ryan Pulock D
  • Alexander Wennberg C
  • Andre Burakowsky LW
  • Steve Santini D
  • Frederik Gauthier C
  • Valentin Zykov RW
  • Kerby Rychel LW
  • Josh Morrissey D
  • Madison Bowey D
  • Anthony Mantha LW
  • JT Compher C
  • Max Domi C
  • Nicolas Petan C
  • Dillon Heatherington D
  • Michael McCarron RW
  • Chris Bigras D
  • Samuel Morin D


It would be interesting to see each team's draft chart. I bet you wouldn't see two the same. This draft is so freaking deep, the guy slotted to go 30 could go top 20 or could fall to the 50's and I doubt anyone would really be shocked. Domi has been ranked high teens to mid 20's, Pulock has been said to be a top 10 talent, but could drop to the 20's as well.

I think we'll see lots of movement come draft day as some teams will have their eyes on specific players and won't want to gamble that they will be around for their later picks.
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Posted 27 June 2013 - 10:16 AM

I predict we get either the 14th pick or the 15th pick. might be able to get 11 but top 5 very unlikely. could also see us move up from 24 to maybe 19 (Schroeder as part of the deal to move up). I could see us getting Mantha and Pulock this year.... maybe Morrissey over Pulock
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Posted 27 June 2013 - 12:52 PM

It would be interesting to see each team's draft chart. I bet you wouldn't see two the same. This draft is so freaking deep, the guy slotted to go 30 could go top 20 or could fall to the 50's and I doubt anyone would really be shocked. Domi has been ranked high teens to mid 20's, Pulock has been said to be a top 10 talent, but could drop to the 20's as well.

I think we'll see lots of movement come draft day as some teams will have their eyes on specific players and won't want to gamble that they will be around for their later picks.


Yeah, this will be a fun year to watch the draft. There seems to be a consensus on who the top 10 players are-although their order is to be determined-but after that it's gonna get wild. I agree that teams will really focus on need. BPA becomes really subjective in a deep, talented draft such as this.
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Posted 28 June 2013 - 12:42 AM

Was picking Mantha before (but he has the potential to become like Dany Heatley with the consistency issues), then Kerby Rychel before that. Now, I'm really liking the reviews for Valentin Zykov, as Craig Button called him a bulldog Michael Ryder. That kind of determination in fighting to the net, coupled with speed and size, should make him the type of player that helps teams win. However, even though I'm sold on him talent-wise I would be concerned about his skating, since his hunched style may leave him vulnerable to head-shots.
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