Discussion in 'Vancouver Canucks' started by Intoewsables, Jun 6, 2018.
Las vegas trades picks 86 + 125
Detroit Trades Pick 63
Vegas Selects Jakub Skarek, The best goalie in this garbage 2018 Goalie field.
Lets be realistic tho, He is the second coming of Hasek....Anybody....anybo....Any...A
New York Rangers select Ruslan Iskhakov
Doing it, baybay.
select...from the Prince Albert Raiders of the WHL... Cole Fonstad
selects Jan Jenik
@Tryamkin is up
select C Ivan D Morozov
“The Russian offensive center Ivan D. Morozov showcases a strong grasp of the offensive game and plays a good 200 foot game using his powerful skating and long strides to pair with his silky hands, setting up teammates as he rushes into the zone. He used the World Junior Challenge as a good outreach for him, attracting more attention than he was getting. He's got a good 3 years of developing in front of him at least, but has a great offensive potential will be a riser in the draft. There's lots to like, and his offensive game will only appear more prominent once he fills out his 6'2 frame and gains some strength to ward off defenders. Expect him to blossom and turn into a legit well regarded prospect in two years from now. Ivan also has a great wrist shot with power that can fool goalies as well as a nice defensive game. He's slated to start the year with SKA in the MHL, but will surely see some good time in the KHL next year as he develops.”
2018 CBJ 3rd (68)
2019 STL 2nd
With the 68th selection, the Dallas Stars are proud to select,
from the Peterborough Petes of the OHL, C Semyon Der-Arguchintsev
“The playmaking center, Semyon Der-Arguchintesev has had a great year with the Peterborough Petes. Being the youngest player in the draft class and oen day away from the 2019 class, Semyon came in overlooked but put up a great season and put his name on the map. His vision and passing skills are among the best in the draft and he can find lanes to make passes like no other. Semyon could work on the velocity of his shot a bit, however he has a decently accurate shot, it could be improved upon. His skating is also average. He could put on some more speed and really help him seperate from defenders and find more space to pick out a great pass. Semyon also needs to add some muscle to fight off defenders who can usually out muscle him. Next year, look out for Semyon to break out completely. If he can shoot more, he'll score more goals. His shot / goal percentage was very high and he just needs to take some more shots.”
With the 69th selection, the Dallas Stars are proud to select,
from the Muskegon Lumberjacks of the USHL, C/RW Matej Pekar
“The Czech winger made a nice transition over to the USHL and has played well with Muskegon this year. He's primarily a playmaker and plays a very tidy defensive game. Matej is a very hard worker who can play up and down the lineup and in multiple situations. He's used well on the powerplay and penalty kill, contributing with his range of passing and vision which he uses to set up teammates for good scoring looks. He's got a solid and clinical shot, scoring on his good chances reliably, making him a dual threat off the wing. He's played center on occasion but will surely be a winger. He's a strong player off of the boards, winning battles and helping his team transition, but also being very defensively responsible and mature as a hockey player. Pekar could be ready for the NHL in 2-3 years and would most likely feautre in the bottom six to start.”
Toronto selects from the NCAA champion Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs
Looks like an 8 year old. So 4 years younger than DB essentially...
With the 71st pick in the 2018 NHL Draft, the Minnesota Wild are pleased to select, from the USHL, Ryan O'Reilly.
Toronto selects from the Calgary Hitmen of the WHL
New Jersey selects from Farjestad, Centre, Oskar Back.
Avs: are proud to select with the 74th pick, from Owen Sound Attack, D Sean Durzi
@VanillaCoke you are up
To WSH: Michael Spacek
To DET: 2018 WSH 3rd (77th overall)
To TBL: 2018 CGY 3rd (75th overall)
To ANA: Brayden Burke
@donut is OTC.
are proud to select, with the 75th overall pick, Nikolai Kovalenko, RW
The Blackhawks select Olivier Rodrigue
select Stanislav Demin with the traded pick
@PG Canuck otc
Hopefully that pair of jeans is the right fit
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