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    31 team dynasty league that uses NHL sized rosters plus unlimited prospect lists. The league counts a few "defensive" stats such as PK TOI, blocked shots, hits so defensive dmen have some value.

    Pick Team Player
    1 Anaheim Ducks Jack Hughes
    2 Pittsburgh Penguins Kaapo Kakko
    3 Edmonton Oilers Kirby Dach
    4 San Jose Sharks Bowen Byram
    5 Los Angeles Kings Alex Turcotte
    6 Buffalo Sabres Dylan Cozens
    7 Las Vegas Knights Trevor Zegras
    8 San Jose Sharks Cole Caufield
    9 New York Rangers Spencer Knight
    10 Detroit Red Wings Vasily Podkolzin
    11 Nashville Predators Matthew Boldy
    12 Ottawa Senators Alex Newhook
    13 Columbus B Jackets Peyton Krebs
    14 Los Angeles Kings Philip Tomasino
    15 San Jose Sharks Moritz Seider
    16 Philadelphia Flyers Cameron York
    17 Calgary Flames Philip Broberg
    18 Minnesota Wild Victor Soderstrom
    19 Minnesota Wild Thomas Harley
    20 Washington Capitals Connor McMichael
    21 Vancouver Canucks Ville Heinola
    22 Las Vegas Knights Emil Bemstrom
    23 Minnesota Wild Arthur Kaliyev
    24 San Jose Sharks Ryan Suzuki
    25 Tampa Bay Lightning Tobias Bjornfot
    26 Montreal Canadiens Samuel Poulin
    27 Chicago Blackhawks Lassi Thomson
    28 Los Angeles Kings Nils Hoglander
    29 New York Rangers John Beecher
    30 New York Islanders Jakob Pelletier
    31 New York Islanders Bobby Brink
    32 San Jose Sharks Alex Barre-Boulet
    33 Las Vegas Knights Brayden Tracey
    34 Anaheim Ducks Simon Holmstrom
    35 Anaheim Ducks Raphael Lavoie
    36 Los Angeles Kings Nicholas Robertson
    37 Pittsburgh Penguins Nolan Foote
    38 Winnipeg Jets Victor Olofsson
    39 San Jose Sharks Jamieson Rees
    40 Detroit Red Wings Pyotr Kochetkov
    41 Arizona Coyotes Cayden Primeau
    42 Ottawa Senators Jayden Struble
    43 Edmonton Oilers Brett Leason
    44 Columbus B Jackets Alex Vlasic
    45 New Jersey Devils Ryan Johnson
    46 San Jose Sharks Otto Koivula
    47 San Jose Sharks Karson Kuhlman
    48 San Jose Sharks Ben Gleason
    49 Minnesota Wild William Borgen
    50 Washington Capitals Matthew Robertson
    51 Los Angeles Kings Samuel Fagemo
    52 New York Islanders Antti Tuomisto
    53 Los Angeles Kings Pavel Dorofeyev
    54 Las Vegas Knights Egor Afanasyev
    55 Los Angeles Kings Patrik Puistola
    56 Tampa Bay Lightning Nikita Alexandrov
    57 Tampa Bay Lightning Kaedan Korczak
    58 Dallas Stars Vladislav Kolyachonok
    59 Arizona Coyotes Karl Henriksson
    60 Los Angeles Kings Mads Sogaard
    61 Vancouver Canucks Albin Grewe
    62 Dallas Stars Taro Hirose
    63 Philadelphia Flyers Pavel Francouz
    64 Dallas Stars Vladislav Gavrikov
    65 Montreal Canadiens Shane Pinto
    66 Arizona Coyotes Jackson Lacombe
    67 Las Vegas Knights Robert Mastrosimone
    68 Toronto Maple Leafs Joachim Blichfeld
    69 Winnipeg Jets Nathan Legare
    70 New York Islanders Albert Johansson
    71 Detroit Red Wings Oliwer Kaski
    72 New York Islanders Hunter Jones
    73 Ottawa Senators Mattias Norlinder
    74 Colorado Avalanche Dillion Hamaliuk
    75 Columbus B Jackets Simon Lundmark
    76 Washington Capitals Joel Persson
    77 Tampa Bay Lightning Drew Helleson
    78 Anaheim Ducks Vladislav Firstov
    79 Carolina Hurricanes Anttoni Honka
    80 Dallas Stars Filip Larsson
    81 Anaheim Ducks Nico Sturm
    82 Anaheim Ducks Jimmy Schuldt
    83 Vancouver Canucks Matthew Stienburg
    84 New York Islanders Ronald Attard
    85 Carolina Hurricanes Artemi Kniazev
    86 Philadelphia Flyers John Farinacci
    87 Tampa Bay Lightning Samuel Bolduc
    88 Boston Bruins Dominik Kahun
    89 Carolina Hurricanes Nikita Okhotyuk
    90 Washington Capitals Yegor Spiridonov
    91 Los Angeles Kings Hugo Alnefelt
    92 Los Angeles Kings Ilya Konovalov
    93 Winnipeg Jets Dominik Kubalik
    94 Los Angeles Kings Michael Anderson
    95 Dallas Stars Graeme Clarke
    96 Anaheim Ducks Ilya Mikheyev
    97 Las Vegas Knights Alex Beaucage
    98 Las Vegas Knights Erik Portillo
    99 Pittsburgh Penguins Andy Welinski
    100 San Jose Sharks Matt Luff
    101 Los Angeles Kings Veini Vehvilainen
    102 Detroit Red Wings Max Veronneau
    103 Nashville Predators Mikhail Berdin
    104 Ottawa Senators Maxim Cajkovic
    105 Winnipeg Jets Philipp Kurashev
    106 Minnesota Wild Zachary Jones
    107 New Jersey Devils Alexander Campbell
    108 Minnesota Wild Adam Beckman
    109 Dallas Stars Riley Damiani
    110 New Jersey Devils Mikhail Abramov
    111 Minnesota Wild Layton Ahac
    112 Washington Capitals Michal Teply
    113 Washington Capitals Joakim Nygard
    114 San Jose Sharks Kyle Keyser
    115 Minnesota Wild Marshall Warren
    116 Carolina Hurricanes Semyon Chystyakov
    117 Los Angeles Kings Domenick Fensore
    118 New York Islanders Gianni Fairbrother
    119 Boston Bruins Josef Korenar
    120 Dallas Stars Isaiah Saville
    121 Arizona Coyotes Daniil Misyul
    122 Boston Bruins Joel L'Esperance
    123 Toronto Maple Leafs Radim Simek
    124 Las Vegas Knights Ilya Nikolaev
    125 Edmonton Oilers Dustin Wolf
    126 Anaheim Ducks Alex True
    127 Anaheim Ducks Ryan Kuffner
    128 Arizona Coyotes Jeremy Davies
    129 Las Vegas Knights Aliaksei Protas
    130 Pittsburgh Penguins Mikko Kokkonen
    131 Winnipeg Jets Jordan Spence
    132 Los Angeles Kings Artyom Zagidulin
    133 Detroit Red Wings John Ludvig
    134 Nashville Predators Mac Hollowell
    135 Ottawa Senators Rhett Pitlick
    136 Colorado Avalanche Cole Schwindt
    137 Winnipeg Jets Mitch Reinke
    138 New Jersey Devils Michael Vukojevic
    139 Florida Panthers Tuukka Tieksola
    140 Boston Bruins Axel Jonsson-Fjallby
    141 Calgary Flames Josh Archibald
    142 Florida Panthers Henri Nikkanen
    143 St. Louis Blues Lukas Parik
    144 Los Angeles Kings Mikhail Shalagin
    145 Calgary Flames Nick Seeler
    146 Florida Panthers Massimo Rizzo
    147 Nashville Predators Dylan Coghlan
    148 Anaheim Ducks Ryder Donovan
    149 Washington Capitals Antti Saarela
    150 Anaheim Ducks Connor Clifton
    151 Boston Bruins Yegor Zamula
    152 Arizona Coyotes Arttu Ruotsalainen
    153 Boston Bruins Otto Leskinen
    154 Vancouver Canucks Quinn Olson
    155 Boston Bruins Mat Robson

    How did I do with the picks I had?

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    I like the Mat Robson pick. Not much in terms of goaltending in the Minny pipeline.
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    Points only dynasty. We have a waiver draft where we can pick any players not currently owned (excluding players from 2019 draft class). Then we have an entry draft where we pick players from 2019 draft class, but we can also use those picks as waiver picks as well. My picks are in bold

    Waiver Draft:
    1.Jordan Binnington
    2.Erik Gustafsson
    3.Filip Hronek
    4.Rasmus Sandin
    5.Sampo Ranta
    6.Mackenzie Blackwood
    7.Taro Hirose
    8.Isac Lundestrom
    9.Alexandre Texier
    10.Roope Hintz
    11.Victor Olofsson
    12.Darnell Nurse
    13.Alexandar Georgiev
    14.Alex Nedeljkovic
    15.Elvis Merzlikins
    16.Emil Benstrom
    17.Serron Noel
    18.Alexander Alexeyev

    Entry Draft:
    1.Kaapo Kaako
    2.Jack Hughes
    3.Bowen Byram
    4.Alex Turncotte
    5.Kirby Dach
    6.Alex Newhook
    7.Trevor Zegras
    8.Cole Caufield
    9.Peyton Krebs
    10.Phillip Broberg
    11.Dylan Cozens
    12.Vasli Podkolzin
    13.Ryan Suzuki
    14.Cam York
    15.Aurtur Kaliyev
    16.Mathew Boldy
    17.Philip Tomasino
    18.Connor McMichael
    19.Spencer Knight
    20.Moritz Seider
    21.Samuel Poulin
    22.Filip Hallander
    23.Victor Soderstrom
    24.Nicolas Roberston
    25.Pavel Dorofeyev
    26.Raphael Lavoie
    27.Tobias Bjornfot
    28.Jesper Bratt
    29.Brayden Tracey
    30.Samuel Montebault
    31.Ian Scott
    32.Simon Holmstrom
    33.Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen
    34.Tyler Benson
    35.Calen Addison
    36.Cayden Primeau
    37.Brett Howden
    38.Connor Ingram
    39.Josef Korenar
    40.David Rittich
    41.Thomas Greiss
    42.Alex Barre-Boulet
    43.Tom Wilson
    44.Dominik Kahun
    45.Jakob Pelletier

    Reviewing these picks it's interesting to me that in a 9 team league where each team starts 1 goalie per week there were 14 goalies selected. Every year we've drafted before this theres usually only 2 or 3 selected.

    Anyways I think I did pretty well with my picks. Don't know if Turcotte at #4 was the best move. Overall thoughts are welcome!
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    BUMP of the day.
    For reasons unknown... I've decided the 2019 draft would be a fun one to "look back on".

    And... a lot can be learned from checking in on how we thought & drafted in 2019.
    Anybody got "skin in the game" in this thread?
    How'd you do?


    [I've been reading back - for the history, forecast, and now "lookback" - on the 2019 draft recently. Curious to see what we thought back then.]

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    Quote Originally Posted by evans334 View Post
    Not a lot of focus on defense in my LOEGM league.
    Players with less than 10 NHL games and under the age of 24 as of Oct. 1 available to be drafted.

    1 - 1 - Hughes, Jack - SlutLoad 2.0
    1 - 2 - Kakko, Kaapo - Vandelay Industries
    1 - 3 - Caufield, Cole - Hebrew Hoopoes
    1 - 4 - Turcotte, Alex - Fox Cities Foxes
    1 - 5 - Dach, Kirby - SlutLoad 2.0
    1 - 6 - Podkolzin, Vasili - The Verdunnigans
    1 - 7 - Cozens, Dylan - Kenny's Killer Keepers
    1 - 8 - Zegras, Trevor - Hebrew Hoopoes
    1 - 9 - Knight, Spencer - Insane Reign
    1 - 10 - Boldy, Matthew - Kenny's Killer Keepers

    2 - 1 - Newhook, Alex - Hebrew Hoopoes
    2 - 2 - Kaliyev, Arthur - Hebrew Hoopoes
    2 - 3 - Krebs, Peyton - Hebrew Hoopoes
    2 - 4 - Tomasino, Philip - Fox Cities Foxes
    2 - 5 - Poulin, Samuel - Kenny's Killer Keepers
    2 - 6 - Suzuki, Ryan - Vandelay Industries
    2 - 7 - Holmstrom, Simon - Kenny's Killer Keepers
    2 - 8 - Tracey, Brayden - Kingsey Kings
    2 - 9 - McMichael, Connor - The Verdunnigans
    2 - 10 - Byram, Bowen - Kenny's Killer Keepers

    3 - 1 - Lavoie, Raphael - SlutLoad 2.0
    3 - 2 - Pelletier, Jakob - The Verdunnigans
    3 - 3 - Bemstrom, Emil - Evansville Icemen
    3 - 4 - Texier, Alexandre - Insane Reign
    3 - 5 - Robertson, Nick - Evansville Icemen
    3 - 6 - Brink, Bobby - Brossard Blazers
    3 - 7 - Afanasyev, Yegor - Vandelay Industries
    3 - 8 - Fagemo, Samuel - Kingsey Kings
    3 - 9 - Fox, Adam - Insane Reign
    3 - 10 - Leason, Brett - Vandelay Industries

    4 - 1 - Alexandrov, Nikita - SlutLoad 2.0
    4 - 2 - Dorofeyev, Pavel - Evansville Icemen
    4 - 3 - Nikolayev, Ilya - Evansville Icemen
    4 - 4 - Firstov, Vladislav - Fox Cities Foxes
    4 - 5 - Shesterkin, Igor - Evansville Icemen
    4 - 6 - Foote, Nolan - Brossard Blazers
    4 - 7 - Hoglander, Nils - Vandelay Industries
    4 - 8 - Steenbergen, Tyler - Kingsey Kings
    4 - 9 - Primeau, Cayden - Insane Reign
    4 - 10 - Rees, Jamieson - Vandelay Industries

    5 - 1 - Konovalov, Ilya - SlutLoad 2.0
    5 - 2 - Puistola, Patrik - Evansville Icemen
    5 - 3 - Angle, Tyler - SlutLoad 2.0
    5 - 4 - Beecher, John - Kenny's Killer Keepers
    5 - 5 - Boqvist, Adam - Evansville Icemen
    5 - 6 - Mastrosimone, Robert - Brossard Blazers
    5 - 7 - Pinto, Shane - The Verdunnigans
    5 - 8 - DiPietro, Michael - Kingsey Kings
    5 - 9 - Romanov, Alexander - Insane Reign
    5 - 10 - Lauko, Jakub - Fox Cities Foxes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pengwin7 View Post
    BUMP of the day.
    For reasons unknown... I've decided the 2019 draft would be a fun one to "look back on".

    And... a lot can be learned from checking in on how we thought & drafted in 2019.
    Anybody got "skin in the game" in this thread?
    How'd you do?


    [I've been reading back - for the history, forecast, and now "lookback" - on the 2019 draft recently. Curious to see what we thought back then.]
    I did great, I posted 1 cap draft in which I had 4 picks. 3 were late, and were: Konovalov, Bjornfot, and Keppen. Bjornfot & Konovalov (technically) made the NHL before the league folded. My first round pick was Cole Caufield who I promptly traded for Jamie Benn.

    I won the league the Covid season (no playoffs) and again it's last season before folding. I'm sure Bjornfot got into games for me at some pint.
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    Nice work.
    I'm not sure why I didn't post WHL draft here.

    Round 1
    C Glasgow Kiss (Magicstew) Jack Hughes (R) - NJD 1 1 LQA
    RW Fort Frances Muskies... Kaapo Kakko (R) - NYR 2 2 LS
    C Markham Waxers (praba) Alex Turcotte - LAK 3 3 LS
    D Montreal Canadiens... Bowen Byram (R) - COL 4 4 LS
    C Markham Waxers (praba) Kirby Dach (R) - CHI 5 5 LS
    LW Dryden Eagles (metaldude26) Cole Caufield - MTL 6 6 LS
    C Wheeling Nailers (Brosive) Dylan Cozens (R) - BUF 7 7 LS
    C Montreal Canadiens... Trevor Zegras - ANA 8 8 LS
    LW Dryden Eagles (metaldude26) Matt Boldy - MIN 9 9 LS
    RW Dryden Eagles (metaldude26) Vasili Podkolzin - VAN 10 10 LS

    LW Windsor Spitfires (Pengwin7) Peyton Krebs (R) - VGK 11 11 LS
    F North London Nationals... Alex Newhook - MTL 12 12 LS
    LW Amsterdam Red Lights... Arthur Kaliyev (R) - LAK 13 13 LS
    C Lake Eerie Monsters (Sulla) Ryan Suzuki (R) - CAR 14 14 LS
    C Fort Frances Muskies... Phillip Tomasino (R) - NSH 15 15 LS
    RW Grand Rapids Griffins (brakli) Bobby Brink - PHI 16 16 LS
    G North London Nationals... Spencer Knight - FLA 17 17 LS
    D North London Nationals... Moritz Seider (R) - DET 18 18 LS
    RW Montreal Canadiens... Raphael Lavoie (R) - EDM 19 19 LS
    F Montreal Canadiens... Nolan Foote (R) - TBL/NJD 20 20 LS
    LW Markham Waxers (praba) Taro Hirose (R) - DET 21 21 LS
    D North London Nationals... Cam York - PHI 22 22 LS 23 23 LSC
    C Wheeling Nailers (Brosive) Isac Lundestrom (R) - ANA 24 24 LS


    Round 2
    F Montreal Canadiens... Jakob Pelletier (R) - CGY 1 25 LS
    C Victoria Dead Hookers (Loch) Nicholas Robertson (R) - TOR 2 26 LS
    LW Vancouver Voodoo (GoNucks) Nils Hoglander - VAN 3 27 LS
    LW Fort Frances Muskies... Pavel Dorofeyev - VGK 4 28 LS
    LW Fort Frances Muskies... Patrik Puistola - EDM 5 29 LS
    LW Dryden Eagles (metaldude26) Dominik Kubalik (R) - CHI 6 30 LS
    D Wheeling Nailers (Brosive) Thomas Harley (R) - DAL 7 31 LS
    C Markham Waxers (praba) Connor McMichael (R) - WSH 8 32 LS
    D Vancouver Voodoo (GoNucks) Victor Soderstrom (R) - ARI 9 33 LS
    D Fort Frances Muskies... Philip Broberg (R) - EDM 10 34 LS
    D Tampere Polar Bears... Ville Heinola (R) - WPG 11 35 LS
    RW James Bay Cougars... Simon Holmstrom (R) - NYI 12 36 LS
    LW Lake Valley Thunder (First... Brayden Tracey (R) - ANA 13 37 LS
    D Lake Eerie Monsters (Sulla) Jimmy Schuldt (R) - VGK 14 38 LS
    LW Fort Frances Muskies... Samuel Poulin (R) - PIT 15 39 LS
    LW Vancouver Voodoo (GoNucks) Albin Grewe - DET 16 40 LS
    G Glasgow Kiss (Magicstew) Pyotr Kochetkov - CAR 17 41 LQA
    RW Fresno Firebirds (Pit Bulls) Max Veronneau (R) - OTT/TOR 18 42 LS
    C Edmonton Road Runners... John Beecher - BOS 19 43 LS
    LW Fort Frances Muskies... Egor Afanasyev (R) - NSH 20 44 LS
    RW Victoria Dead Hookers (Loch) Samuel Fagemo (R) - LAK 21 45 LS
    RW Amsterdam Red Lights... Nathan Legare (R) - PIT 22 46 LS
    D Glasgow Kiss (Magicstew) Lassi Thomson (R) - OTT 23 47 LS
    D Wheeling Nailers (Brosive) Scott Perunovich - STL 24 48 LS


    My Pick in my draft: Peyton Krebs.
    I don't think any of us saw Krebs coming to be a 4th line center - hopefully Buffalo has bigger upside planned for him.
    We'll see. I'm hoping that BUF simply only has this spot available for him and sees full-time sheltered center as a good developmental role for him.

    Tough spot to draft was 3-10.
    A lot of people thought Turcotte and Dach were going to pan out... not so... yet.
    Cozens has popped recently, looking great.
    Boldy looks great too.
    Most people were high on Caufield's upside - so I think he went in drafts about where he should have (5-10 range).

    Mo Seider turned out to be a well-warranted pick by Detroit... we shouldn't have let him fall.

    Nice 4-year hold on Pytor Kotchetkov by those that drafted him.
    Hard to hold a goalie for so much developmental time, but sometimes (Sorokin, Sheterkin - now Kochetkov), it pays off.
    [FWIW - the 2023 NHL draft seemed to have a lot in demand goalies in the 2nd round. It'll be interesting to see how those 5-8 goalies drafted 2nd-3rd round pan out.]

    I remember a lot of big hype to CAR 3rd round pick Patrik Puistola - UNSIGNED... he was the player flipped by EDM for bust-city Puljujarvi.
    People were all aboard the Puistola train. I still hold that Carolina's "big swing" drafting hasn't paid off in last 5 years with their "trade down" tactics.
    I'd have to look through these threads to see where he went in other drafts.
    29th overall in this league... even though Puistola went 74th overall in NHL draft. He was the sexy "reach" pick of 2019 drafts, IIRC.
    This has been something I've been saying about Andrew Cristall (40), Jayden Perron (94).
    If they are sliding really late in NHL drafts... maybe we shouldn't be reaching for them so much either.
    That's another "we'll see" (come 2027).

    Nick Robertson is huge TBD.
    After his draft+1 enormous season, people were talking about him like he was a top10 player of that draft.
    He had 55 goals!!! Fifty-five.
    The forums were completely abuzz in summer 2020 with "Where does Nick Robertson slot in with the 2020 draft?!".
    He's become my go-to argument for "Don't put too much stock into a D+1 CHL season - a lot of players put up big numbers". (Small players especially.)
    But NickR has been very good at AHL level, point per game over last 30 spanning past two seasons.
    He IS 5'-9"... which isn't a big deal in the OHL... but does become a big deal in NHL.
    Just because Caufield and DeBrincat are NHL players - doesn't mean every small player has the skill-set to pull off an NHL-fit.


    It seems that a draft is good to "look back on" about 4-5 years after it has passed.
    The first rounders have had enough developmental time where we can look at where they are and say "Did I have this player pegged right BACK THEN?"

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    It's fun going back and reading who people thought were "steals" and good picks. Sure, it's early, but still fun to look back and see what people expected from their drafts and who went where. Just like the real NHL, there were hits and misses.

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    Round 1
    1.1 Chicago - Jack Hughes (NJ - C)
    1.2 Toronto - Kappo Kakko (NYR - W)
    1.3 Quebec - Alex Turcotte (LA - C)
    1.4 Toronto -Bowen Byram (COL - D)
    1.5 San Jose - Matthew Boldy (MIN - W)
    1.6 San Jose - Kirby Dach (CHI - C)
    1.7 Edmonton - Dylan Cozens (BUF - C/W)
    1.8 Quebec - Cole Caufield (MTL - W)
    1.9 Los Angeles - Spencer Knight (FLA - G)
    1.10 Chicago - Trevor Zegras (ANA - C)
    1.11 Chicago;- Vasili Podkolzin (VAN - RW)

    1.12 Quebec - Cam York (PHI - D)
    Round 2
    2.1 Tampa Bay - Arthur Kaliyev (LA - W)
    2.2 Tampa Bay - Peyton Krebs (VGK - C)
    2.3 Chicago - Alex Newhook (COL - C)
    2.4 Toronto-Philip Tomasino (NSH - C)
    2.5 Toronto- Ryan Suzuki (CAR- C)
    2.6 Quebec - Bobby Brink (PHI- W)
    2.7 Tampa Bay - Pyotr Kochetkov (CAR - G)
    2.8 Winnipeg - Ville Heinola (WPG - D)
    2.9 Chicago - Phillip Broberg (EDM - D)
    2.10 Winnipeg - Nils Hoglander (VAN - W)
    2.11 Edmonton - Thomas Harley (DAL - D)
    2.12 Winnipeg - Moritz Seider (DET - D) -
    Round 3
    3.1 Toronto - Nick Robertson (TOR - W)
    3.2 Toronto - Victor Soderstrom (AZ - D)
    3.3 Chicago - Pavel Dorofeyev (Vgk - W)
    3.4 Toronto - Jakob Pelletier (Cgy - W)
    3.5 Washington - Mads Sogaard (OTT - G)
    3.6 Tampa Bay - Patrik Puistola (CAR - W)
    3.7 San Jose - Samuel Poulin (PIT - W)
    3.8 San Jose - Egor Afanasyev (NSH - W)
    3.9 San Jose - Ilya Konovalov (EDM - G)
    3.10 Toronto - Raphael Lavoie (EDM - C)
    3.11 Tampa Bay - Robert Mastrosimone (DET - F)
    3.12 San Jose - Brayden Tracey (ANA)
    Round 4
    4.1 San Jose - Maxim Cajkovic (TB - W)
    4.2 Chicago - Simon Holmstrom (NYI - W)
    4.3 Buffalo (via Chicago on 12/10/17) Eliminated via Dispersal Draft
    4.4 Toronto - Anttoni Honka (CAR - D)
    4.5 San Jose - Mikhail Shalagin (TB - W)
    4.6 San Jose - Dominik Basse (CHI - G)
    4.7 Edmonton - Connor McMichael (WSH - C)
    4.8 Edmonton - Lassi Thomson (OTT - D)
    4.9 Los Angeles - Nathan Legare (PIT - W)
    4.10 Quebec - Samuel Fagemo (LA - W)
    4.11 Toronto - Brett Leason (WSH - W)
    4.12 Edmonton - Nolan Foote (TB - W)
    Round 5
    5.1 Edmonton - Jordan Spence (LA - D)
    5.2 Edmonton - Tuuka Tieksola (CAR - F)
    5.3 Chicago - Jamieson Rees (CAR - F)
    5.4 Toronto - Albin Grewe (DET - W)
    5.5 Chicago - Ryan Johnson (BUF - D)
    5.6 Edmonton - John Beecher (BOS - C)
    5.7 Chicago - Vladislav Firstov (Min - W)
    5.8 Edmonton - Shane Pinto (OTT - C)
    5.9 Los Angeles - Adam Beckman (MIN - W)
    5.10 San Jose - Vladislav Kolyachonok (FLA - D)
    5.11 Vegas f/k/a Arizona Eliminated via Dispersal Draft
    5.12 San Jose - Nikita Alexandrov (STL - D)

    Bolded my picks.
    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE my first 4 picks. I tried to trade up starting at pick 7 to no avail to draft Zegras and he ended up falling to me at 10. Love Pods at 11 and I feel Newhook was the last pick in his tier. Loved that Knight, York, and Kaliyev were picked before my #15 pick so Newhook was there. I went with highest rated players in Broberg at #21 and Dorofeyev at #27. I wanted to trade the #21 pick but no one asked. Seider was on the board at #21 so I'll always compare those two in my mind but I went with the ratings. I traded a future pick to get Holmstrom at pick #38. I love those kind of risky picks. If his injury issues are behind him, that will be great value at #38. Several of my opponents groaned when I took Rees at pick #51 so that's always a good sign. Johnson had a higher rating than #53 and Firstov is just a gamble on a young, toolsy winger. If Johnson and Firstov spend a couple years in college I can get a good look before deciding to roster them or not.

    Overall, I am happy with the top of my draft but not crazy about the second half of the draft. Hughes, Zegras, Pods, and Newhook is a helluva haul and completes my retool. Took a couple gambles in the bottom half of my draft. Maybe I get lucky.
    My fear of taking Broberg over Seider have come to fruition. At least I was able to package Broberg and last year's 7OA (Gauthier) for Luke Hughes which I view as a win. Dorofeyev might turn into something from pick 27. Was hoping for more from Newhook and Podkolzin but they still have some time. While I still like the Zegras pick it is not as much of a steal as I thought it was. Pinto would have been a good pick in the 5th since my 3 picks are all gone from my roster.

    One thing I have realized from looking back at the 10 years or so of my entry draft picks is that very few of the 3rd to 5th round picks ever amount to anything. For as much time as I analyze and scrutinize prospects before making a pick, most of the time none of the players become difference-makers. I probably have found just as many good players that I picked up as free agents as I did from late round picks. Maybe a better philosophy would be to trade 3rd to 5th round picks for depth players and continually scan unrostered prospects for the diamonds in the rough. Granted, it is a lot of fun to draft prospects and follow their development.
    10 Team, 60 Player Roster
    G, A, PTS, PPP, PIM, BLKs, Hits, +/-, Shots, W, GAA, SV%, Saves
    C- JHughes, Trocheck, RThomas, Zegras, Norris, Bennett, PLD, Stephenson, Danualt
    RW- Raymond, Stone, TWilson, Toffoli, KJohnson, Nyqvist, Zary
    LW- Keller, Schmaltz, Bunting, Skinner, Barbashev, Duclair
    D- QHughes, McAvoy, Doughty, Heiskanen, LHughes, Mintyukov
    G- Shesterkin, Demko, Andersen, Kahkonen, Levi, Tarasov, Annunen

    Notable Prospects- Nikishin, Kulich, Leonard, Wood, Perreault, Lekkermaki, Ostlund, Othmman, REvans, L-Heureux, Ivanov, Murashov

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daydream Nation View Post
    One thing I have realized from looking back at the 10 years or so of my entry draft picks is that very few of the 3rd to 5th round picks ever amount to anything....I probably have found just as many good players that I picked up as free agents as I did from late round picks.
    Very well said.
    Guys like Rees and Ryan Johnson were both top32 players from a few analysts that year.
    Yeah... it's hard.

    I can say that I've definitely not seen a regular fantasy GM or an NHL-team that has "significantly greater success" than others at late round (3rd-onwards) picks.
    It's dart throwing time from pick #50-onward.

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    Funny I tend to think I do better in the later rounds.

    I happen to have my draft data handy from my LOEGM league.

    Here's a quick and dirty look over the past 10 years of my picks per round.

    Definitely league size / knowledge dependent for sure.


    1
    Casey Mittelstadt
    Mathew Barzal
    Mitchell Marner
    Sebastian Aho

    2
    Drake Batherson
    Kailer Yamamoto
    Kieffer Bellows
    Klim Kostin
    Wyatt Johnston

    3
    Aatu Raty
    Akil Thomas
    Allan McShane
    David Jiricek
    Emil Bemstrom
    Jonathan Dahlen
    Kaiden Guhle
    Kevin Hayes
    Nicholas Robertson
    Oskar Lindblom
    Thomas Chabot
    Tyler Bertuzzi
    Tyler Madden
    Will Bitten

    4
    Alex Beaucage
    Alexander Chmelevski
    Alexander Khovanov
    Artturi Lehkonen
    Drake Caggiula
    Gleb Trikozov
    Igor Shesterkin
    Ilya Nikolaev
    Jori Lehtera
    Lukas Dostal
    Mads Sogaard
    Nils Lundkvist
    Pavel Dorofeyev
    Pyotr Kochetkov
    Zion Nybeck

    5
    Adam Boqvist
    Artemi Panarin
    Carter Savoie
    Daniil Tarasov
    Dmitri Ovchinnikov
    Dylan Sikura
    Filip Gustavsson
    Filip Hallander
    Jake Evans
    Jonathan Dugan
    Kasper Simontaival
    Keith Petruzzelli
    Lukas Dostal
    Mads Sogaard
    Mason Appleton
    Maxim Letunov
    Maxime Comtois
    Nikolai Prokhorkin
    Patrik Puistola
    Pavel Buchnevich
    Pavel Dorofeyev
    Riley Damiani
    Ryker Evans
    Zach Werenski
    Zachary Aston-Reese
    Evansville Icemen District-5 Ducks
    LOEGM - 12 GM H2H Keeper
    G A PT SOG STA STG TRUC FOW
    W GA SV SV% SO
    WHL - 24 GM H2H Salary
    G A +/- PIM SOG PPP HIT BLK FOW
    W GA SV SO
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    ^How come you ain't pullin' these picks out of WHL then? Huh? (big huge winky emoji)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pengwin7 View Post
    ^How come you ain't pullin' these picks out of WHL then? Huh? (big huge winky emoji)


    The WHL:
    I consider the WHL the other prospect guide I pay for lol
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    LOEGM - 12 GM H2H Keeper
    G A PT SOG STA STG TRUC FOW
    W GA SV SV% SO
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    Late to the party here but I went back and found my 2019 picks. Mostly good with one huge miss.

    11. Boldy
    24. Dorofeyev
    27. Honka
    39. Puistola
    43. Kochetkov
    55. Gutik (ew, don't even remember why he was on my list. I probably read he was someone's sleeper pick)

    (3 of them were drafted by Carolina)
    16 team Pts only dynasty league
    G, A, PPG, SHG, GWG, Svs, SO's, W's
    Pro Roster Starters: 9 F, 6 D 1 G

    FWD: Hertl, Forsberg, Quinn, Rantanen, Debrincat, Couturier, Dach, Trocheck, Larkin, Seguin
    D: Chychrun, Grzelcyk, Trouba, Burns, Walman, Karlsson, Graves
    G: Kahkkonen, Keumper, Reimer

    Farm (notables):
    F: Pekarcik, Dellandrea, Cowan, Puistola, Halttunen, Simoneau, Bolduc, Nadeau, Stankhoven
    D: Brzustewicz, Alexeyev, Jiricek, Reinbacher, Minnetian
    G: Fedotov, Tarasov, Kochetkov, Skarek, M. Gibson

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    Boldy is a huge hit... but... lucky he fell to you. 11 was about as late as he was going that year in fantasy leagues.
    Somebody missed on their drafting for him to get to you.
    More commonly he went 7-10 range.

    Kochetkov is a big hit.


    The others are TBD or misses.


    Dorofeyev, we'll see.
    Hard to nose your way into a Stanley Cup lineup.

    Honka is buried in CAR... he'll have a hard time getting minutes with a veteran CAR D-core this year or next.
    He still has upside, doing OK in their AHL.

    Puistola at 39 was all the rage that year.
    I've remarked on him - people were gaga over him in the forums.
    He went #74 in the NHL draft.
    He does NOT have an NHL contract right now.
    CAR had no faith he'd sign with them, so they moved him in the Puljujarvi trade with EDM.
    EDM couldn't or didn't sign him. What's this say?
    He did... FINALLY... have a good season in Liiga.
    I think he'd have to be considered a BUST as a draft pick though, at this point.
    (No backpatting allowed there!)

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