2018 HF Team Boards Mock Draft -- Pick #26

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Pick #26

Poll closed Jun 6, 2018.
  1. D Addison Calen

    24.3%
  2. D Alexeyev Alexander

    4.1%
  3. D Bernard-Docker Jacob

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  4. F Dellandrea Ty

    8.1%
  5. D Ginning Adam

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  6. F Groulx Benoit-Olivier

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  7. F Gustafsson David

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  8. F Hållander Filip

    1.4%
  9. D Lundkvist Nils

    1.4%
  10. F McBain Jack

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  11. D McIsaac Jared

    4.1%
  12. D Miller K'Andre

    10.8%
  13. F Noel Serron

    9.5%
  14. F Nordgren Niklas

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  15. F O'Brien Jay

    1.4%
  16. F Olofsson Jacob

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  17. D Samuelsson Mattias

    4.1%
  18. D Sandin Rasmus

    16.2%
  19. D Tychonick Jonathan

    4.1%
  20. F Wise Jake

    6.8%
  21. D Woo Jett

    4.1%
  22. F Ylönen Jesse

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
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  1. Harbour Dog

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    Lundkvist will almost 100% be available at 28.

    Even if he's your BPA, if the next guy on your list is more on Chicago's radar then I think you have to go with whoever that is.
     
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    I like Noel at 26. Big boy with good hands, puck protection, net presence, good hockey IQ and skating continues to improve from all reports I've read and video I've watched. Plus, he's a late birthday guy and doesn't turn 18 until August, which means he has 2 more Jr. seasons to develop and mature into his 6'5" frame before making the jump to the AHL. Might be a bit of a project, but not a McIlrath-level affair. Could be solid 2nd/3rd line winger in future.
     
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    Noel could eventually be a Tuch or Simmonds type IMO, a 20+ goal guy with the size + hands combo. Would be pretty happy with him at 26.
     
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    My gut feeling is that the Rangers don’t end up picking at 26.
     
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    I'm voting Sandin again next pick if Chicago doesnt take him. FYI
     
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    Mock I threw together:


    1)Buf- Dahlin
    2)Car- Svechnikov
    3)Mon- Zadina
    4)Ott- Tkachuk
    5)Pho- Hughes
    6)Det- Dobson
    7)Van- Wahlstrom
    8)Chi- Koktaniemi
    9)NYR- Boqvist
    10)Edm- Bouchard
    11)NYI- Farabee
    12)NYI- Smith
    13)Dal- Hayton
    14)Phi- Veleno
    15)Fla- Kravstov
    16)Col- Sandin
    17)NjD- McIsaac
    18)Cbs- Bokk
    19)Phi- Samuelsson
    20)LAK- Wilde
    21)SJ- A.Thomas
    22)Ott- Dellandrea
    23)Ana- Kupari
    24)Min- Lundestrom
    25)Tor- S. Noel
    26)NYR- Wise
    27)Chi- K. Miller
    28)NYR- Kaut
    29)Stl- O'Brien
    30)Det- Denisenko
    31)Was- Marchenko
     
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    What if Craig Button is right about Hayton being similar player to Patrice Bergeron a 4 time Selke winner who averages .76 points per game over his entire career.
     
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    Best mock draft I’ve seen thus far.
     
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    Neither, but Lundkvist is closer to Brännström then Sandin is.
     
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    He’s not
     
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    Vinny DeAngelo Jimmy Easy to defend

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    Idk who these people are so I’m just going to be angry if everyone else is!!!
     
  12. Sarge13

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    Thanks, just trying it out, see how I think it might unfold.

    Heres a couple of things I thought about while doing this mock draft:

    First of all it's great that we have three first-rounders, but Detroit, Chicago, Islanders, Philly also have two picks each. We have 4 picks in the top 39. But Detroit has 4 picks in the top 36. Isles have 4 picks in the top 43. I thought we were in a unique situation and we are with three first-rounders but these other teams have pics that are not too far away they could always trade up into the first round easily if they find a dance partner.

    If we don't move from any of our pics once we take someone at number nine it will be the longest wait ever to get to pick number 26 we're going to go crazy seeing all these good players getting scooped up unless we move up with one of the twenties pics.

    Looking back at past drafts excluding last year because of expansion a lot of teams don't trade down just to get pics usually players are involved whether it's trading up or trading down. I think people assume that if you want to trade down there's always a partner to dance with but that's usually not the case you have to find just the right fit and get good value for the pick your trading away if you're going to be trading down.

    Nashville and Vegas both have no first-rounder but they have prospects and players that I think might be available. McPhee has a lot of players that had good Seasons this year I wonder if you'd want to keep all of them or just deal some while they're hot, build for the future. Nashville has two dmen that have played a few seasons for David Quinn at BU, Fabbro and Farrance. Fabbro is someone our scouts have spent alot of time watching.

    Dallas Stars are the home team at this draft, once in awhile the home team tries to make a big splash at the draft cause its at their rink. So far it's been quiet on the Dallas front but they have a decent pick in the first round and they also have some good prospects, I think I move up is very possible.

    Not a whole lot of goalies going to be picked to high in this draft but I'm thinking Annunen has thebest shot at round one, maybe Detroit at 30.
     
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    What if Elijah Brown turns out to be the next Petr Nedved? Yeah, it's possible but highly unlikely. Just like Hayton being the next Bergeron LOL
     
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