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Thu, 30 September 2021 14:28 Go to next message
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https://www.tsn.ca/wright-the-clear-cut-top-choice-in-mckenz ie-s-first-2022-draft-ranking-1.1699349

Bob McKenzie always has more hits than misses, so it should be appropriate to start off with his perspective on the next Entry Draft.

"Let’s make one thing clear from the get-go: The 2022 NHL Draft is the Shane Wright Draft.

The Kingston Frontenacs’ centre is the unanimous No. 1 on TSN’s Pre-Season 2022 NHL Draft Rankings. Ten out of 10 scouts surveyed by TSN identified the 6-foot, 185-pound Burlington, Ont., native as the clear-cut choice.

And, until further notice, they say it’s not even close."





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 Re: 2022 Entry Draft Rankings [message #792405 is a reply to message #792401 ]
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GabbyDugan wrote on Thu, 30 September 2021 13:28

https://www.tsn.ca/wright-the-clear-cut-top-choice-in-mckenz ie-s-first-2022-draft-ranking-1.1699349

Bob McKenzie always has more hits than misses, so it should be appropriate to start off with his perspective on the next Entry Draft.

"Let’s make one thing clear from the get-go: The 2022 NHL Draft is the Shane Wright Draft.

The Kingston Frontenacs’ centre is the unanimous No. 1 on TSN’s Pre-Season 2022 NHL Draft Rankings. Ten out of 10 scouts surveyed by TSN identified the 6-foot, 185-pound Burlington, Ont., native as the clear-cut choice.

And, until further notice, they say it’s not even close."




Hopefully someone will be left when we pick at 32! icon_nod



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 Re: 2022 Entry Draft Rankings [message #792475 is a reply to message #792405 ]
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Skookum Jim wrote on Thu, 30 September 2021 17:45

GabbyDugan wrote on Thu, 30 September 2021 13:28

https://www.tsn.ca/wright-the-clear-cut-top-choice-in-mckenz ie-s-first-2022-draft-ranking-1.1699349

Bob McKenzie always has more hits than misses, so it should be appropriate to start off with his perspective on the next Entry Draft.

"Let’s make one thing clear from the get-go: The 2022 NHL Draft is the Shane Wright Draft.

The Kingston Frontenacs’ centre is the unanimous No. 1 on TSN’s Pre-Season 2022 NHL Draft Rankings. Ten out of 10 scouts surveyed by TSN identified the 6-foot, 185-pound Burlington, Ont., native as the clear-cut choice.

And, until further notice, they say it’s not even close."




Hopefully someone will be left when we pick at 32! icon_nod


2023 might be interesting. I watched Bedard last night. Smallish and a bit tentative away from the puck, but unreal shot and release. Elite NHL quality. Nice quick touch passes. Had 2 goals in game 1, but Yager who was passed over for exceptional status popped a hatty in his first game.

The WHL has some serious talent this year. I’m excited to watch these two all year.



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 Re: 2022 Entry Draft Rankings [message #797794 is a reply to message #792475 ]
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The Oilers seem to be hellbent on self destruction, so maybe it's time to examine Bob McKenzie's rankings for the 2022 draft. Still hoping the Oilers are picking in the 32 spot, but # 1 isn't out of the question if they don't turn down the suck real soon.

https://www.tsn.ca/shane-wright-nhl-draft-kingston-frontenac s-bob-mckenzie-1.1748239

Would be interesting to see Miroshnichenko drafted by the Oilers.They would have to make the letters pretty small to fit on the back of his jersey.




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 Re: 2022 Entry Draft Rankings [message #797797 is a reply to message #797794 ]
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GabbyDugan wrote on Thu, 20 January 2022 10:38

The Oilers seem to be hellbent on self destruction, so maybe it's time to examine Bob McKenzie's rankings for the 2022 draft. Still hoping the Oilers are picking in the 32 spot, but # 1 isn't out of the question if they don't turn down the suck real soon.

https://www.tsn.ca/shane-wright-nhl-draft-kingston-frontenac s-bob-mckenzie-1.1748239

Would be interesting to see Miroshnichenko drafted by the Oilers.They would have to make the letters pretty small to fit on the back of his jersey.

Do the oilers even have any draft picks?



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 Re: 2022 Entry Draft Rankings [message #797798 is a reply to message #797797 ]
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CrudeRemarks wrote on Thu, 20 January 2022 12:21

GabbyDugan wrote on Thu, 20 January 2022 10:38

The Oilers seem to be hellbent on self destruction, so maybe it's time to examine Bob McKenzie's rankings for the 2022 draft. Still hoping the Oilers are picking in the 32 spot, but # 1 isn't out of the question if they don't turn down the suck real soon.

https://www.tsn.ca/shane-wright-nhl-draft-kingston-frontenac s-bob-mckenzie-1.1748239

Would be interesting to see Miroshnichenko drafted by the Oilers.They would have to make the letters pretty small to fit on the back of his jersey.

Do the oilers even have any draft picks?


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 Re: 2022 Entry Draft Rankings [message #797800 is a reply to message #797798 ]
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to be fair... our first rounder and our ability to trade our first rounder would probably both end up with the same caliber player.


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 Re: 2022 Entry Draft Rankings [message #805653 is a reply to message #797800 ]
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And the first picki n the first round in the 2022 draft goes to Montreal.

https://www.tsn.ca/montreal-canadiens-win-first-selection-in -2022-nhl-draft-1.1797861

"Here is the full order:

16 - Buffalo Sabres (from Vegas Golden Knights)
15 - Vancouver Canucks
14 - Winnipeg Jets
13 - New York Islanders
12 - Columbus Blue Jackets
11 - San Jose Sharks
10 - Anaheim Ducks
9 - Buffalo Sabres
8 - Detroit Red Wings
7 - Ottawa Senators
6 - Columbus Blue Jackets (from Chicago Blackhawks)
5 - Philadelphia Flyers
4 - Seattle Kraken
3 - Arizona Coyotes
2 - New Jersey Devils
1 - Montreal Canadiens"




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 Re: 2022 Entry Draft Rankings [message #806222 is a reply to message #792401 ]
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https://theathletic.com/3301510/2022/05/14/mats-lindgren-202 2-nhl-draft/

Mats Lindgren Jr is an expected 2nd round pick this year.

I am so old.



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 Re: 2022 Entry Draft Rankings [message #808628 is a reply to message #792401 ]
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Not technically to do with draft rankings, but a couple interesting tidbits about how smart vs dumb NHL teams operate in player evaluation, in these cases prospect interviews. First the Leafs (specifically Jack Han), from 2019:

Quote:

If I sat down with a prospective player for 15 minutes, I would most want to know two things:

Does this player have strong hockey-specific pattern recognition skills relative to his peers

Does this player love the game and have the desire to improve when challenged

And so I build out a testing methodology which relied on temporal occlusion, a video-based technique well-understood by baseball, volleyball and tennis researchers seeking to understand “game sense” and anticipation.

Two players stood out from the pack:

Nick Robertson for his intensity and interest for video analysis (“would make an excellent hockey ops intern for TOR,” I noted)

Nick Abruzzese for his uncanny ability to read the play (“elite hockey IQ”)

I made the test more difficult for Abruzzese than anyone else, and yet he was still able to recall details and accurately predict where the puck was headed with close to a 100% accuracy.


https://jhanhky.substack.com/p/how-i-ran-an-nhl-combine-inte rview?s=w

And then the Habs:

Quote:

@scottcwheeler - The Habs have a bit off a rep here as the toughest interview. Just now Calle Odelius said they asked him if he would pick up $10 off the toilet seat or $50 from the toilet. He chose the $50.


https://twitter.com/scottcwheeler/status/1533093941322518529 ?s=20&t=lJ7iApJNJZSkj964nG9bwQ

We're basically in 'looking at how hot a player's girlfriend is to determine how confident a player' is territory is with that last one.

I know which approach I think the Oilers are closer to taking.

It really is amazing to me sometimes how much space there is between good and bad organizations in this league.

[Updated on: Wed, 08 June 2022 17:50]


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18/19: 232 GF / 274 GA (-42)
19/20 (82 game pace): 257 GF / 254 GA (+3) in 64 games
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 Re: 2022 Entry Draft Rankings [message #808765 is a reply to message #808628 ]
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Goose wrote on Tue, 07 June 2022 00:05


It really is amazing to me sometimes how much space there is between good and bad organizations in this league.



This is why I have hope that someone would be dumb enough to give up an asset for the Kassian contract without forcing the Oilers to retain salary. There are still probably a third of the teams that aren't much better run than the Oilers, so find one of those guys, and trade him grit and the promise that one day Kassian will take a step forward. I mean, this is a guy who we had so much confidence in that in the last two games of our run, we were playing him in the top six - are you telling me your team doesn't need a guy like that???

I would really love to be the team on the winning side of some deals for a change. Other than one magical season, that really hasn't happened since Sather was the GM.



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