Pc100 viagra As if trying to produce a Mock Draft the First Round of the 2007 NHL Draft wasn’t hard enough, pc100 viagra here is my longest of shots attempt at a Second Round Mock Draft.

Pc100 viagra Each player has ratings for the following scouting services: The Hockey News (THN), pc100 viagra Central Scouting (CSS), pc100 viagra Red Line report (RLR), pc100 viagra McKeen’s (McK), pc100 viagra Canada’s TSN (TSN) International Scouting Service (ISS). Pc100 viagra TSN and ISS each list a prospect’s comparable NHL player – if available. Pc100 viagra CSS divides their ratings between North Americans (NA) and Europeans (Euro). Pc100 viagra The draft positions used are as of June 15, pc100 viagra 2008.

Pc100 viagra 31. Pc100 viagra Florida Panthers – Colby Robak (D)
THN: #18 – CSS: #13 NA skater – RLR: #24 – McK: #38
ISS: #19 (Brent Burns) – TSN: #28 (Joni Pitkanen)
The Panthers should take the mobile offensive d-man with size (6-3/194), pc100 viagra but they
might look to go for a netminder for the future.

Pc100 viagra 32. Pc100 viagra Los Angeles Kings – Mitch Wahl (C)
THN: #37 – CSS: #64 NA skater – RLR: #64 – McK: #29
ISS: #39 (No player comparison) – TSN: #52 (Matt Stajan)
With three second round picks, pc100 viagra the Kings will go for a bit of reach as they bring in the native Californian who plays well at both ends of the ice and is a strong playmaker backed with solid hockey sense.

Pc100 viagra 33. Pc100 viagra St. Pc100 viagra Louis Blues – Aaron Ness (D)
THN: #43 – CSS: #27 NA skater – RLR: #23 – McK: #45
ISS: #29 (Brian Rafalski) – TSN: #40 (Phil Housely)
The winner of the 2008 Minnesota’s Mr. Pc100 viagra Hockey award, pc100 viagra Ness is as strong an offensive d-man as there is in the draft. Pc100 viagra The one drawback is his size (5-10/162).

Pc100 viagra 34. Pc100 viagra St. Pc100 viagra Louis Blues – Nicolas Deschamps (C)
THN: #35 – CSS: #57 NA skater – RLR: #17 – McK: #18
ISS: #25 (Jarret Stoll) – TSN: #25 (Patrice Bergeron)
The Blues continue to build for the future. Pc100 viagra Deschamps is a hard working two-way player who got better as the season wore on. Pc100 viagra He scored five points in six playoff games and then scored three goals in seven games as a checking center with Canada’s U-18 season following the QMJHL playoffs.

Pc100 viagra 35. Pc100 viagra Phoenix Coyotes – Jimmy Hayes (RW)
THN: #65 – CSS: #63 NA skater – RLR: # Not Available – McK: #Not Available
ISS: #64 (No player comparison) – TSN: #Honorable mention list
Don Maloney has shown a willingness to take a shot with an American power forward type (see Hugh Jessiman). Pc100 viagra Hayes projects out as a prototypical NHL power forward. Pc100 viagra The Coyotes hope he can come close to the production of his second cousin – Keith Tkachuk.

Pc100 viagra 36. Pc100 viagra New York Islanders – Cody Goloubef (D)
THN: #42 – CSS: #34 NA skater – RLR: #47 – McK: #40
ISS: #33 (No player comparison) – TSN: #48 (Josh Gorges)
The two-way d-man made his mark as a 17-year-old freshman with the University of Wisconsin. Pc100 viagra He showed well defensively and expects to improve his offensive game as he matures and gains more confidence in college.

Pc100 viagra 37. Pc100 viagra Columbus Blue Jackets – Tyler Ennis (C)
THN: #41 – CSS: # 31 NA skater – RLR: #46 – McK: #43
ISS: #44 (No player comparison) – TSN: #33 (Cliff Ronning)
Ennis is another one of the smallish (5-9/146), pc100 viagra but skilled forwards available in the draft. Pc100 viagra The Ronning comparison works because of his skating ability and his stick handling skills, pc100 viagra

Pc100 viagra 38. Pc100 viagra Phoenix Coyotes – Evgeny Grachev (C)
THN: #74 – CSS: #9 Euro skater – RLR: #34 – McK: #48
ISS: #24 (Todd Bertuzzi) – TSN: #55 (Michal Handzus)
With four picks in the second round, pc100 viagra Maloney will look to trade up into the first round or take a couple of chances in the draft. Pc100 viagra Grachev impressed scouts at the U-18 tournament. Pc100 viagra Like Hayes, pc100 viagra Grachev is a power forward and uses his size and skill to fend off defenders.

Pc100 viagra 39. Pc100 viagra Phoenix Coyotes – Mikhail Stefanovich (C)
THN: #20 – CSS: #57 NA skater – RLR: #33 – McK: #39
ISS: #57 (No player comparison) – TSN: #38 (Frank Mahovlich)
Stefanovich is yet another forward with size (6-2/202). Pc100 viagra He left Belarus to start his career in North America as he played last season in the QMJHL. Pc100 viagra He has all the tools, pc100 viagra but he must work on his consistency and work ethic.

Pc100 viagra 40. Pc100 viagra Nashville Predators – Luke Adam (C)
THN: #64 – CSS: #42 NA skater – RLR: #83 – McK: #34
ISS: #51 – TSN: #34 (Steve Bernier)
Adam has the size (6-1/210), pc100 viagra hands and scoring ability to find his way into the first round if not for his average speed. Pc100 viagra ISS selects him as one of their draft darkhorse candidates.

Pc100 viagra 41. Pc100 viagra Vancouver Canucks – Yann Sauve (D)
THN: #23 – CSS: #29 NA skater – RLR: #65 – McK: #68
ISS: #53 (No player comparison) – TSN: #41 (Robyn Regehr)
New GM Mike Gillis selects Sauve to help overcome the loss of Luc Bourdon. Pc100 viagra Sauve is a solid and steady defensive blueliner. Pc100 viagra At 6-2/210, pc100 viagra he is a physical presence who will improve his offensive game as he settles in and gains experience and maturity.

Pc100 viagra 42. Pc100 viagra Ottawa Senators – Tyler Cuma (D)
THN: #28 – CSS: #19 NA skater – RLR: #18 – McK: #17
ISS: #36 (No player comparison) – TSN: #16 (Steve Staois)
With Wade Redden likely a free agent casualty, pc100 viagra the Senators need to start building their blue line back up. Pc100 viagra Cuma is a strong skating two-way defenseman who does well skating the puck out of the zone or making the first pass.

Pc100 viagra 43. Pc100 viagra Anaheim Ducks – Jake Gardiner (D)
THN: #39 – CSS: #23 NA skater – RLR: #29 – McK: #20
ISS: #31 (No player comparison) – TSN: #21 (Trevor Daley)
Anaheim might look to add depth in goaltending, pc100 viagra but will settle on Gardiner – who is another of one of those strong skating offensive d-man. Pc100 viagra Gardiner is a converted forward. Pc100 viagra The former Mr. Pc100 viagra Minnesota finalist will be attending the University of Wisconsin.

Pc100 viagra 44. Pc100 viagra Buffalo Sabres – Jyri Niemi (D)
THN: #44 – CSS: #25 NA skater – RLR: #19 – McK: #46
ISS: #65 (No player comparison) – TSN: #49 (Joe Corvo)
The key to Niemi’s game is his big booming shot and ability to move the puck. Pc100 viagra Both of these assets make him a big-time power play QB. Pc100 viagra His development was helped by playing in the WHL last season.

Pc100 viagra 45. Pc100 viagra Carolina Hurricanes – David Toews (LW)
THN: #40 – CSS: #79 NA skater – RLR: #Not Available – McK: #Not Available
ISS: #27 (Dany Heatley) – TSN: #Not Available
Toews does not have his younger brother Jonathan’s offensive prowess. Pc100 viagra However, pc100 viagra he is hard worker who will make his mark in the NHL as a two-way forward who will lean more to the checking side as opposed to the scoring side. Pc100 viagra David is following in his brother’s footsteps by attending the University of North Dakota after attending Shattuck-St. Pc100 viagra Mary’s.

Pc100 viagra 46. Pc100 viagra Nashville Predators – Jamie Arniel (C)
THN: #46 – CSS: #20 NA skater – RLR: #74 – McK: #66
ISS: #45 (No player comparison) – TSN: #46 (Matt Stajan)
Jamie is the son of former NHLer Scott Arniel. Pc100 viagra He is in the same boat as David Toews in that he will make his mark in the NHL as a two-way center who favors a more defensive style of play. Pc100 viagra He is strong on face-offs and has good hockey sense.

Pc100 viagra 47. Pc100 viagra Boston Bruins – Michael Stone (D)
THN: #33 – CSS: #39 NA skater – RLR: #Not Available – McK: #Not Available
ISS: #47 (No player comparison) – TSN: #Honorable Mention list
Stone has NHL size (6-3/206) and a game that NHL teams will like. Pc100 viagra He is equally comfortable in both ends of the ice. Pc100 viagra He will be a good two-way d-man who could get even better if his skating and mobility develop at an NHL level.

Pc100 viagra 48. Pc100 viagra Los Angeles Kings – Jake Allen (G)
THN: #Not in Top 100 – CSS: # 8 NA goalie – RLR: #31 – McK: #30
ISS: #4 goalie (No player comparison) – TSN: #31 (Marty Turco)
The Kings struggled the last couple of years with their goaltending. Pc100 viagra While they do have young Jonathan Bernier, pc100 viagra the Kings would be wise to invest one of their plethora of early picks on developing even more depth in goal. Pc100 viagra Allen led Canada to an U-18 gold medal and was named the tournament’s best goaltender. Pc100 viagra Allen is one of, pc100 viagra if not the best, pc100 viagra stickhandling goalies available in the draft. Pc100 viagra His international success very well could push him into the first round of the draft (possibly to Detroit?).

Pc100 viagra 49. Pc100 viagra Phoenix Coyotes – Maxime Sauve (C)
THN: #45 – CSS: #26 NA skater – RLR: #30 – McK: #31
ISS: #35 – TSN: #37 (Simon Gagne)
Sauve is yet another prospect with a connection to a former NHLer – he is the son of Jean-Francois Sauve, pc100 viagra nephew of goalie Bob Sauve and cousin of former goalie Philippe Sauve. Pc100 viagra Maxime’s game is built on speed and his creativity with the puck. Pc100 viagra He needs to find a consistency to his game and get a bit stronger to make up for his slight stature (5-11/170).

Pc100 viagra 50. Pc100 viagra Colorado Avalanche – Patrice Cormier (C)
THN: #77 – CSS: #61 NA skater – RLR: #39 – McK: #37
ISS: #75 (No player comparison) – TSN: # 53 (No player comparison)
ISS considers Cormier a “potential draft day steal”. Pc100 viagra He has the size (6-2/201) and skill to succeed. Pc100 viagra He has good speed and plays an aggressive style of game. Pc100 viagra The problem is that injuries have limited his playing time the last two years. Pc100 viagra He stepped up during the playoffs by scoring four goals and five assists in nine games.

Pc100 viagra 51. Pc100 viagra New York Rangers – Jared Staal (RW)
THN: #31 – CSS: #43 NA skater – RLR: #114 – McK: #79
ISS: #63 – TSN: #50 (Trent Hunter)
It is understandable as to why Ranger fans want their team to draft Jared – given brother Marc’s successful rookie season. Pc100 viagra The fourth and final Staal brother, pc100 viagra Jared has the size (6-3/195) the Rangers can use on the wing. Pc100 viagra Staal does use his size well – especially when he drives to the net, pc100 viagra but his skating is the one thing that might hold it out of the first round – even though some team might gamble on him in the first round based on his genes. Pc100 viagra He did show develop from his three points in limited time as a rookie to his 49 points in his second season.

Pc100 viagra 52. Pc100 viagra New Jersey Devils – James Livingston (RW)
THN: #52 – CSS: #53 NA skater – RLR: #Not Available – McK: #Not Available
ISS: #38 (No player comparison) – TSN: #Honorable Mention list
Livingston is the kind of player that Lou Lamoriello likes, pc100 viagra He has good size ((6-1/200) and is a pretty good skater. Pc100 viagra He is effective on the offensive end as a strong forechecker and cycling the puck down low. Pc100 viagra He is still developing and showed marked improvement from his seven point rookie season to his 44 point second season. Pc100 viagra At the very least, pc100 viagra he projects out to being a good two-way forward.

Pc100 viagra 53. Pc100 viagra New York Islanders – Vjateslav Voinov (D)
THN: #76 – CSS: #8 Euro skater – RLR: #53 – McK: #50
ISS: #37 (No player comparison) – TSN: #44 (Danny Markov)
Voinov is a physical defenseman who battles every shift as if it were overtime. Pc100 viagra Voinov is not just a defensive player because he shows the ability to join the rush or pinch in from the point. Pc100 viagra Even though he is only 18, pc100 viagra he has already played in Russia’s Elite League. Pc100 viagra While he struggled in the World Junior Championship, pc100 viagra he played well in the U-18 tournament. Pc100 viagra

Pc100 viagra 54. Pc100 viagra Washington Capitals – Viktor Tikhonov (LW)
THN: #Not in Top 100 – CSS: #7 Euro skater – RLR: #Not Available
McK: #Not Available – ISS: #43 – TSN: #Honorable Mention list
Tikhonov is the4 grandson of legendary Soviet coach Viktor Tikhonov. Pc100 viagra The younger Tikhonov went undrafted in 2007 – something that will not happen this year. Pc100 viagra Another prospect who played in the Russian Elite League, pc100 viagra Tikhonov is hard worker who translate that into offensive ability. Pc100 viagra Tikhonov was named the WJC’s best forward. Pc100 viagra He is another player who might sneak into the first round. Pc100 viagra

Pc100 viagra 55. Pc100 viagra Minnesota Wild – Danny Kristo (RW)
THN: #80 – CSS: #37 NA skater – RLR: #122 – McK: #35
ISS: #56 (No player comparison) – TSN: #39 (Maxim Afinogenov)
The Minnesota native is one the better skaters available in 2008. Pc100 viagra He spent the season as a member of the USA National Team Development Program and played well in the U-18 tournament. Pc100 viagra While he is offensive player, pc100 viagra Kristo is not afraid to mix it up despite his slight stature (6-0/172).

Pc100 viagra 56. Pc100 viagra Montreal Canadiens – A.J. Pc100 viagra Jenks (C)
THN: #26 – CSS: #50 NA skater – RLR: #Not Available – McK: #Not Available
ISS: #82 (No player comparison) – TSN: #Honorable Mention list
The Habs are not strangers when it comes to drafting Americans – they have drafted three of them in the first round during the last two years. Pc100 viagra Jenks’ development as an NHL player depends on his ability to improve his skating. Pc100 viagra He has the size (6-1/206) and tools to succeed, pc100 viagra but it his skating that will elevate him to the next level. Pc100 viagra He showed good improvement from his first year (23 points) to his second year (55 points).

Pc100 viagra 57. Pc100 viagra Washington Capitals – Justin Schultz (D)
THN: #Not in Top 100 – CSS: #:38 NA skater – RLR: #55 – McK: #57
ISS: #42 (No player comparison) – TSN: #58 (No player comparison)
Schultz is the cousin of former Capital first round draft pick Kris Beech. Pc100 viagra Justin is an offensive blueliner who uses his speed to jump into the rush, pc100 viagra and the best part is that he has the hockey sense to know when to do it. Pc100 viagra However, pc100 viagra he does need to work on defensive game and he needs to add some muscle to his frame (6-1/163)

Pc100 viagra 58. Pc100 viagra Washington Capitals – Geordie Wudrick (LW)
THN: #53 – CSS: #71 NA skater – RLR: #Not Available – McK: #Not Available
ISS: #40 (No player comparison) – TSN: #Honorable Mention list
Another one of the ISS darkhorses entering the draft, pc100 viagra Wudrick has all the tools to be your prototypical power forward: good size (6-3/204), pc100 viagra skates well and can handle the puck. Pc100 viagra According to scouts who talked to THN, pc100 viagra there are concerns about his hockey sense. Pc100 viagra Given his potential, pc100 viagra he should have done better than 20 goals and 24 assists in 66 games with Swift Current (WHL).

Pc100 viagra 59. Pc100 viagra Dallas Stars – Shawn Lalonde (D)
THN: #62 – CSS: #32 NA skater – RLR: #61 – McK: #67
ISS: #49 – TSN: #45 (Andrew Ference)
Lalonde is another one of those mobile offensive defensemen who has the ability to join the rush and create offense. Pc100 viagra Lalonde needs to work on finding a consistency to his game and he needs to add some muscle to his frame (6-0/175).

Pc100 viagra 60. Pc100 viagra Toronto Maple Leafs – Roman Josi (D)
THN: #49 – CSS: #6 Euro skater – RLR: #19 – McK: #46
ISS: #41 – TSN: #47 (Tomas Kaberle)
Josi does a lot of little things well. Pc100 viagra He has some offensive ability, pc100 viagra good size (6-1/187) and has the ability to play well at both ends of the ice. Pc100 viagra He was a member of the Swiss U-20 team and captained their U-178 squad.

Pc100 viagra 61. Pc100 viagra Los Angeles Kings – Brandon Burlon (D)
THN: #58 – CSS: #41 NA skater – RLR: #21 – McK: #59
ISS: #52 – TSN: #42 (Adrian Aucoin)
Burlon will be making the transition from Jr. Pc100 viagra A to the University of Michigan in the fall. Pc100 viagra He is offensive defenseman who, pc100 viagra like many of the d-men in the second round, pc100 viagra jump in and join the rush. Pc100 viagra He may be a QB on the power play at the NHL level because he has a good shot and handles the puck well. Pc100 viagra He needs to work on his defensive responsibilities and learn to pick his spots in the physical game because he is not that big physically (6-0/190).

Pc100 viagra Second Round Draft Pick Transactions

Pc100 viagra * Pick 31 (Tampa Bay to Florida): Florida traded Chris Gratton to Tampa Bay in exchange for the Lightning’s 2008 2nd round draft pick (June 13, pc100 viagra 2007).
* Pick 33 (Atlanta to St. Pc100 viagra Louis): St. Pc100 viagra Louis traded Keith Tkachuk to Atlanta in exchange for Glen Metropolit, pc100 viagra the Thrashers 2007 1st and 3rd round picks and their 2008 2nd round pick (February 25, pc100 viagra 2007).
* Pick 35 (Phoenix): The NHL awarded a compensatory draft pick (#35) to the Coyotes because Blake Wheeler rejected a contract offer – thus becoming an unrestricted free agent (June 2008).
* Pick 38 (Toronto to Phoenix): Phoenix traded Yanic Perreault and their 2008 5th round draft pick to Toronto for the Maple Leafs 2008 2nd round draft pick (February 27, pc100 viagra 2007).
* Pick 42 (Chicago to Ottawa): Ottawa traded Martin Havlat and Bryan Smolinski to Chicago in exchange for Tom Preissing, pc100 viagra Josh Hennessy, pc100 viagra Michal Barinka and the Blackhawks 2008 2nd round draft pick (July 9, pc100 viagra 2006).
* Pick 46 (Florida to Nashville): Nashville traded Tomas Vokoun to Florida for the Panthers 2007 2nd round draft pick, pc100 viagra 2008 1st round draft pick and 2008 2nd round draft pick (June 2007).
* Pick 43 (Edmonton to Anaheim): Edmonton’s 2008 1st, pc100 viagra 2nd and 3rd round draft picks are transferred to Anaheim for the Ducks decision not to match the Oilers offer sheet to restricted free agent Dustin Penner (August 2, pc100 viagra 2007).
* Pick 48 (Calgary to Los Angeles); Los Angeles traded Craig Conroy to Calgary in exchange for Jamie Lundmark, pc100 viagra the Kings 2007 4th round draft pick and their 2008 2nd round draft pick (January 29, pc100 viagra 2007).
* Pick 49 (Ottawa to Phoenix): Phoenix traded Oleg Saprykin and the Coyotes 2007 7th round draft pick to Ottawa for the Senators 2008 2nd round draft pick (February 27, pc100 viagra 2007).
* Pick 53 (Anaheim to NY Islanders): On July 3, pc100 viagra 2006, pc100 viagra Edmonton traded Chris Pronger to Anaheim in exchange for Joffrey Lupul, pc100 viagra Ladislav Smid and draft picks. Pc100 viagra The Oilers then traded the acquired Ducks 2nd round pick to the Islanders for Allan Rourke and the Islanders 2008 3rd round draft pick (July 5, pc100 viagra 2007).
* Pick 57 (san Jose to Washington): San Jose’s 2008 2nd round draft pick goes to Washington due to a 2007 Draft day trade that sent a Capitals 2007 1st round draft pick to San Jose for the Sharks 2007 and 2008 2nd round draft picks.
* Pick 58 (Philadelphia to Washington): Philadelphia’s 2008 2nd round draft pick goes to Washington due to a 2007 Draft day trade that sent a Capitals 2007 2nd round draft pick to the Flyers for their 2007 3rd round draft pick and their 2008 2nd round draft pick.
* Pick 60 (Pittsburgh to Toronto): Toronto traded Hal Gill to Pittsburgh for the Penguins 2008 2nd round draft pick and 2009 5th round draft pick (February 26, pc100 viagra 2008).
* Pick 61 (Detroit to Los Angeles): Los Angeles traded Brad Stuart to Detroit in exchange for the red wings 2008 2nd round draft pick and their 2009 4th round draft pick (February 26, pc100 viagra 2008).

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