Giacomin Posted June 22, 2018 Share Posted June 22, 2018 Here's a twist on Dude's thread. Mock our picks thru 48 assuming we keep the first 5 picks. 9. Wahlstrom - somehow we get lucky? Nah, all the forwards are too good to last. Assume Smith, Kratsov, Bokk, Hayton, Farabee, Kupari, Denisenko, Veleno and Kaut are all gone. 26 & 28. 3 interesting good skating Dmen could be available. Take whoever is left. K'Andre Miller USNTDP 6'3" 200 lbs LH fast, skilled, strong, fluid hard-nosed. top 4 with tons of upside Bode Wilde USNTDP 6'250 198 lbs RH has all ingredients, good edges, possession skills who creates threats and physical on D Rasmus Sandin OHL 5'11" 186 lbs LH skates the puck put of trouble at will, tough, skilled, doesn't really have a flaw No forward at #9 means centers would be great. Too much value in these 3. Ty Dellandrea OHL 6'0" 180 lbs scoring C, nice upside, solid D, had nobody in Flint, hard working and fast improving Isaac Lundestrom SHL 6'0" 183 lbs all around C, pvery smart sweede game. Best of dude's picks. Liam Foudy London OHL 6'0" 178 lbs C hoping to get at 39, but fast riser. Great athlete from family of athletes. Strong, fast, tenacious, had excellent second half, great attitude. Pressure speed player who can forecheck, cause havoc and score. 39. Nils Lundkvist 5'11" 172 lbs skilled 2 way RHD (would prefer Foudy here) 48. Jonny Tychonick 6'0" 177 lbs hard skating LHD. quick to the puck and likes to transition to O fast Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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