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2019 Draft Lotto Thread - The Jack Kakko sweepstakes

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Tonight the fate of NHL franchises change!

 

Will the Candiens luck into one of the top 2 picks? Will the Sens gift the Avalanche a lotto winner?

 

I believe the draft happens 8:00 ET, and is usually a pretty dull 30 minutes of warmup proceeded by a nail biting 2 minutes of reveals. 

 

Stay tuned!

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My prediction:

 

1. Colorado (from Ottawa)

2. Montreal

3. New York R

4. Los Angeles

5. New Jersey

6. Detroit

7. Buffalo

8. Edmonton

9. Anaheim

10. Vancouver

11. Philly

12. Minnesota

13. Chicago

14. Florida

15. Arizona

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At least the Habs can't fall any further!

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27 minutes ago, TheDriveFor25 said:

My prediction:

 

1. Colorado (from Ottawa)

2. Montreal

3. New York R

4. Los Angeles

5. New Jersey

6. Detroit

7. Buffalo

8. Edmonton

9. Anaheim

10. Vancouver

11. Philly

12. Minnesota

13. Chicago

14. Florida

15. Arizona

 

God wouldn’t that be nice 

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27 minutes ago, huzer said:

At least the Habs can't fall any further!

Bergy can still trade down, whatever pick he gets (which will be 15th- 97% chance anyways). But, also has extra 2nd round picks if wants to move up.

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Lotto odds for the first pick as per NHL.com

 

2019 Odds (unchanged from 2018)

(Non-playoff team - fewest points to most)

1 - 18.5%
2 - 13.5%
3 - 11.5%
4 - 9.5%
5 - 8.5%
6 - 7.5%
7 - 6.5%
8 - 6.0%
9 - 5.0%
10 - 3.5%
11 - 3.0%
12 - 2.5%
13 - 2.0%
14 - 1.5%
15 - 1.0%

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He also has hudon plus a pick to move up, 

 

They'll pick 15, hopefully the BPA is a LD

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Im not getting my hopes up of moving up.

 

Im hoping a player like Philip Broberg or Matthew Boldy falls to #15

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1 hour ago, Chris said:

He also has hudon

What is a hudon? You surely don't mean Charlie do you?

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32 minutes ago, Commandant said:

Im not getting my hopes up of moving up.

 

Im hoping a player like Philip Broberg or Matthew Boldy falls to #15

I’ve said it before, I think our chance of getting a very good prospect at 15 is high. I’m a fan of 5-6 players ranked in that area

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Yes, i was. 

 

But i wasn't saying hudon and a 1st will move you. 

 

one of the Habs 2nd pick and hudon to move up a few spots for someone they want 

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2 hours ago, Chris said:

He also has hudon plus a pick to move up, 

 

They'll pick 15, hopefully the BPA is a LD

 

We could use a goal scoring winger with some size too.

 

I don't think hudon is worth much.  Hes basically the Habs version of Josh Leivo now.  Teams know the habs have to waive him if they dont trade him so they'll lowball us

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Mock Draft has them taking Suzuki at 15th. 

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I just saw that that the Habs have a 1% chance of getting the first pick, a 1.1% chance of getting the second pick and a 1.2% chance of picking third. Lastly, a 96.7% chance of picking 15th!  Basically, if the Habs logo doesn't pop up for the 15th pick, it automatically means we have a top 3 pick!

 

I'm not gonna get my hopes up by thinking we might pick in the top 3...15th in this years draft is supposed to be a very good pick!

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well, it's decided. We're picking 15th! 

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Chicago the lucky bastards picking top 3

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New Jersey with two first overall picks in three years.

 

The two years they miss the playoffs they win the lottery both times. That’s a little messed up.

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It's the luck of the draw, though ...

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I’m saying, they are lucky SOB

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And we should be happy that Florida is not so lucky!

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11 hours ago, Scott462 said:

I’m saying, they are lucky SOB

 

It's definitely frustrating. 

 

We did benefit from the lottery's whims during the Price draft, though.

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Posted (edited)

I won't be surprised if Montreal picks Raphael Lavoie of the Halifax Mooseheads.  

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27 minutes ago, titanfan said:

I won't be surprised if Montreal picks Raphael Lavoie of the Halifax Mooseheads.  

considering how he's performed in the playoffs,  I wouldn't be disappointed either. 13 goals, 20 points,  in 10 games. Next closest on his team? 9 points. He could be a late riser.

 

Edit: Looked further into his stats, only ONE of his 13 goals is a PPG, so this guy has 12 even strength goals. I'm seriously excited to see who we can nab at 15.

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On 10/04/2019 at 9:42 AM, Meller93 said:

considering how he's performed in the playoffs,  I wouldn't be disappointed either. 13 goals, 20 points,  in 10 games. Next closest on his team? 9 points. He could be a late riser.

 

Edit: Looked further into his stats, only ONE of his 13 goals is a PPG, so this guy has 12 even strength goals. I'm seriously excited to see who we can nab at 15.

Reports are he would make a good power forward but attitude on and off the ice could be an issue especially palying in Montreal. Given that D is the weak areas now I would say they should go after Thomas Harley'.

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