Blaster86 wrote: Betamax wrote:
Clearly you can't produce the google search "Mock Draft 2015 results" your words had previously stated.
[Let Me Google It For You Link]
duh, that's WAS the point. Blob obviously knew the results would be a shitty "Mock Draft" from some website and author that nobody heard of ... so he, duh, obfuscated and tried to change the topic and not be a stand up Blob and apologize for his faux pas on misreading my comments. So disrespectful!
Let's go back shall we .................. in reply to comments made by:
I don't think no matter how hard they try, even if they could re-hire the late Bill Laforge, could they finish with the worst record next season to essentially guarantee themselves one of two future "superstars."
Rumsfeld wrote:^^ They'll be getting a lot more playoff revenue if they tear it down and get top value now, before a wicked draft.
Hopefully the Francesco fuckups of yesteryear have convinced him to butt out.
Blob Mckenzie wrote:Hey Betapus the 2015 draft is 8-10 deep not 2 .
Clearly Blob didn't carefully read my innocuous and correct comments.
As recently stated by web sites hockey fans have acutally heard of:
via: http://www.tsn.ca/bardown/Story.aspx?PA ... &id=450078
PASS IT ON: Running the NHL for the day
Dave Hodge, (@TSNDaveHodge) Apr. 22, 2014 7:58 PM:
Here's item two - the 2015 NHL entry draft, to be known as the Conor McDavid-Jack Eichel sweepstakes.
McDavid and Eichel are two so-called "franchise-changers". The NHL teams that land them won't just be better, they may succeed for many years to come solely because of them.
2015 shaping up as battle between McDavid, Eichel
Friday, 03.28.2014 / 11:24 AM
By Mike G. Morreale - NHL.com Staff Writer
In a draft that looks to be loaded with offensive and defensive talent across the board, there are two headliners starring at center for their respective teams in Connor McDavid of the Erie Otters in the Ontario Hockey League and Jack Eichel of the United States Under-18 National Team Development Program in the United States Hockey League.
NHL.com asked nine scouts in attendance at NHL Central Scouting's final meetings this week for their personal choice between the two. The impromptu poll had McDavid earning a slim 5-4 victory.
via: http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ho ... t/7485681/
USA's Jack Eichel has eyes on 2015 top prize
Kevin Allen, USA TODAY Sports 12:58 a.m. EDT April 9, 2014
"This could be like (Alex) Ovechkin and Evgeni Malkin going one and two," said former Flames general manager Craig Button, now a paid draft analyst.
via: http://www.thehockeynews.com/blog/can-j ... d-in-2015/
Can Jack Eichel beat Connor McDavid in 2015?
By: Ryan Kennedy on February 21, 2014
The second path is dogma. For example, Connor McDavid has to go first overall in 2015, right?
According to several NHL scouts, that may not be the case anymore.
“I would take Jack Eichel, personally,” said one.
via: http://www.cbc.ca/sports-content/hockey ... ttery.html
30 Thoughts: Changing odds in NHL draft lottery
By Elliotte Friedman
Posted: Monday, March 17, 2014 | 11:26 AM
As we head towards a 2015 draft with two talents that have scouts drooling -- Jack Eichel and Connor McDavid -- the NHL is considering a system that could see the lottery going beyond just the No. 1 overall choice.
So, duh, let's see ... Betamax cites not one, not two, not three, not four, but five credible hockey websites that hockey fans have actually heard of and respect ... while Blob effectively pulls a "No Mas" when asked to back his "opinion" he duh, borrowed from some non-descript NHL Mock Draft website.
That says it all.