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  2. Posted in the injury thread that none of Silfverberg, Lindholm, or Rakell is playing for Sweden due to injuries.
  3. Fowl

    playoff game...

    Calgary gave him way too much space.
  4. Fowl

    playoff game...

    Glad it worked out for Jones. That was a cheesy penalty in overtime considering what the refs had let go. Good for the SD Gulls to have the Sharks keep their (young) Barracuda players at the NHL level for a bit longer.
  5. nieder

    playoff game...

    Jones was actually great for them tonight. He's turned his series around which has gotten the Sharks to game 7.
  6. If BM moves Rakell he can move himself afterwards.
  7. This bodes well for the Gulls.....
  8. James Neal eliminated. Although I like the Flames, I don't like him.
  9. Nope Nothing to complain about Ducks using their 2nd First round Pick to get RHD or 2 way Forward. DuckPride 4ever MooseDuck
  10. Yesterday
  11. Rackell if he returns to form, is one of those stars. That said, I wonder if he is who GMBM was talking about not playing hurt. If he is, he'll probably be moved this offseason.
  12. Yeah it is but since the Knights are up 3-2 against the Sharks, I'm sure they will win that series. Then they go against Colorado in the next round and both teams had fewer points than the Blues so that lowers the Blues to the potential 19th pick. I guess I'm doing the figuring right...LOL. At this point, I think we end up with the Sharks pick which could be 22 or 23 which isn't anything to complain about.
  13. It is at first......Wonder IF where the Ducks will pick in their 2nd First Round. DuckPride 4ever MooseDuck
  14. Hm...I see...it's all very confusing
  15. I agree also. However, Bob Murray is arguably the most likely GM to hire a re-tread lol.
  16. Yep. Goes without saying that star, core pieces are the hardest to acquire. Until we get that foundation set, then I don’t think getting bad contracts off of the books is going to be enough to get back to the WCF. I’m not overly hyped on our prospect pool in the sense that I am not counting on anyone to carry the mantles of 15 and 10 and even 17. I’ll be pleasantly surprised if we have a Rakell caliber player lol.
  17. Totally agree. @helenenothelen Will Jim Montgomery's success to date with the Dallas Stars make NHL general managers more open to hiring college coaches? Maybe instead of endlessly recycling the same folks who have failed with other NHL teams?
  18. Um. Which one? [edit] Ohhhh, I'm guessing Giordano. There's still a few contenders left.
  19. I could see the Ducks in the WCF once they're down to only one bad contract on the books. Whoever gets traded in the offseason... I'm guessing that's the player that wasn't playing if they weren't 110%. We still need a superstar or two to build around, but otherwise we have a lot of good pieces. The right coach and a couple seasons of making good trades / signings could go a long way.
  20. If St Louis loses in the conference final, they would get the 28th or 29th pick. (The teams that lose in Conference Finals picks 28 and 29). The 20th pick is out of reach by my best questimation. The best scenario is for Trashville and the Caps to lose by the second round since they are division winners. Tampa (128pts) gets the 27th pick, Calgary (107pts) gets the 26th pick. Then we need the Bruins to lose by the second round as well. If all that happens and the Shaks lose by the second round, we end up with the 22nd pick....I think. Correction: If the Stars and Knights lose this round and the Blues, Columbus and Avs lose in the second round, we get the 20th pick but I think that's highly unlikely.
  21. If St Louis loses in the conference final, they would get the 28th or 29th pick. (The teams that lose in Conference Finals picks 28 and 29). The 20th pick is out of reach by my best questimation. The best scenario is for Trashville and the Caps to lose by the second round since they are division winners. Tampa (128pts) gets the 27th pick, Calgary (107pts) gets the 26th pick. Then we need the Bruins to lose by the second round as well. If all that happens and the Shaks lose by the second round, we end up with the 22nd pick....I think.
  22. So, ok! From my understanding of this and the conditional rules...best case scenario for ducks fan would be... St. Louis, Colorado, Columbus, and Toronto making the conference finals. This would put both San Jose and St. Louis's picks in 20-31 thus meaning we get to choose which teams pick we get...and this puts San Jose at their lowest point (21) that would work within our rules. So, it doesn't matter if Vegas or San Jose wins the first round...just as long neither make it into the conference finals. I think I have that right... Also, obviously, worst case scenario BOTH St. Louis and San Jose make the conference finals...
  23. Assuming all of the teams currently ahead in their series win, it would be 23. Lightning 22. Calgary 21. Boston 20. San Jose 19. Nashville 18. Pittsburgh 17. Winnipeg 16. Carolina With Dallas vs St. Louis Vegas vs. Colorado Washington vs NYI Columbus vs Toronto If that happens, San Jose will end up at pick 23, no matter who wins any of those series. Also, if that happens, even if St. Louis loses, the highest pick they could get is 18, so that doesn't help. If we want St. Louis to end up at 20, we need San Jose and Nashville both to come back in their series, and then Columbus, Colorado, and St. Louis all to lose their next series.
  24. That sounds about right.....this is how the NHL Draft is set up in First Round order from Bottom Dweller to Stanley Cup Champ at the Bottom of Round 1. DuckPride 4ever MooseDuck
  25. Update for you all Max Comtois scored a Goal in Q-league Semifinals.....Unfortunately His team DrummondVille Loss to Morand/Groulx and Mooseheads. DuckPride 4ever MooseDuck
  26. I got this from wiki so I don't know how accurate it is: The teams that did not qualify for the playoffs the previous season (picks 1–15) The teams that made the playoffs in the previous season but did not win either their division in the regular season or play in the Conference Finals (picks 16–23 up to 27) The teams that won their divisions in the previous season but did not play in the Conference Finals (potentially picks 24–27) The teams that lose in Conference Finals (picks 28 and 29) The team that was the runner-up in the Stanley Cup Finals (pick 30) The team that won the Stanley Cup in the previous season (pick 31)
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