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1 minute ago, GHT120 said:

 

You'll miss the excitement of hoping MB trades up for another first rounder .... OK ... never mind ... check out

 

after the Habs pick.

 

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I assume Commandant is in court for beating a man to death after the poor soul insisted clutch was a real thing.

5'11.5" looks ideal to me!

Agree with your grade.  Thought most of the picks were taken in the right range (not too many reaches if any), and they had a couple pretty good value picks (like Mysak and maybe Farrell).  

Just now, tomh009 said:

Same for me.

 

Although I could leave it on, easier to get to sleep!

If you are planning to go to sleep early

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Now on to the best time of the draft. Habs up next!

 

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Just now, Habs Fan in Edmonton said:

Lots of pro scouts on this board. love it. 

 

Sometimes we are smarter than pro scouts. And even smarter than your average labradoodle!

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1 minute ago, Habs Fan in Edmonton said:

 

Lots of pro scouts on this board. love it. 

🙄 took the names from the Habsworld mock draft... :blush:

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Let the bloodletting begin

 

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#18 – New Jersey Devils – Kaiden Guhle, D, Prince Albert (WHL)

I think this might be a bit early considering some of the other options on the board but Guhle is the last defenceman in this tier and going a little early is justifiable for New Jersey when they pick two spots later as well.  He’s not someone with top-pairing upside but he’s a safe bet to help anchor a second pair.  Considering that the Devils don’t have a particularly strong back end, he’d be a strong complementary piece to add to their group.

 

 

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Sportsnet says he is already over 200 pounds from his extended offseason workout ... the kid expects to play at 215

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It's not a bad pick; it's a safe pick.  I thought they may have gambled on someone who has more upside.

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https://lastwordonsports.com/hockey/2020/04/28/kaiden-guhle-scouting-report/

 

Projection and Comparison

Guhle has the potential to be a top-pairing defenceman and play big minutes in the NHL. If he reaches his potential, he can be an elite shut down defender. His offensive game may not reach that level, but he can still move the puck and play on the second unit of a power play. Guhle should spend another year or two in the WHL. He can dominate defensively at the junior level and this will give him the opportunity to continue to grow offensively. Guhle should also be in the running to play for Canada at the World Juniors. His game is reminiscent of Colton Parayko, but this is a stylistic comparison only and not one based on skill or ability.

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