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6/22 GDT - 2018 Entry Draft

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https://fansided.com/2018/06/24/2018-nhl-draft-report-card-grades-every-team-results-recap/

Detroit Red Wings – A

First Round Pick: Filip Zadina (RW) (6), Joe Veleno (C) (30)

I’m so conflicted. My inner Avalanche fan is telling me that I must dislike everything the Red Wings do from 1995 until the end of time. But my reasonable hockey mind is telling me that Detroit knocked it out of the park in the first round. I love Filip Zadina. When asked what he brings to Detroit, he said, “I bring the goals.” He’s going to score 200 goals in his first season. 150 of them will come against Ottawa, Montreal and Phoenix. The Red Wings need to find a way to acquire Travis Zajac so they can have the ZZZ line of Zadina, Zajac and Zetterberg. This is legitimately the only thing I have ever wanted in my life. On top of getting the third best player in the draft at number six, they got Joe Veleno at 30th. Many had Veleno as a lottery pick, with few thinking he would slip past number 20. His top-end talent is questionable, but watch Detroit turn him into the Canadian Pavel Datysuk.

Other Notable Picks: Jonatan Berggren (RW) (33), Ryan O’Reilly (RW) (98)

No surprise, Detroit went with a Swede in the second round. Berggren is an all-around talent and a dynamic scorer. He’s a player that could have gone in the first round based on talent and probably should have, if certain teams didn’t reach earlier in the draft. They also weren’t going to make the mistake of passing on Ryan O’Reilly a second time.

The Red Wings killed it. Let’s just move on before my Avs followers kill me.

2 hours ago, RobotHeart said:

We come in peace

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The nipple discussion is in the other thread.

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4 hours ago, ChristopherReevesLegs said:

Quinn Hughes will return to the University of Michigan.

So glad we have Zadina. Anyone think Hughes would have played if the Red Wings drafted him? I doubt I'm the only one who thought he may have been NHL ready...

I figured he’d probably go back another year, especially if his brother is going there. Did he commit yet? Michigan is about have a good year... unfortunately :P 

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8 hours ago, ChristopherReevesLegs said:

Oi, didn't know his bro is likely going there.

It’s been speculated that if Quinn goes back, Jack will follow. Nothing concrete yet though. 

Then, in a few years, we have Luke Hughes to look forward to. Supposedly he’s the best skater of the three (At this point in his development anyway). He’ll be 15 soon. 

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19 minutes ago, amato said:

It’s been speculated that if Quinn goes back, Jack will follow. Nothing concrete yet though. 

Then, in a few years, we have Luke Hughes to look forward to. Supposedly he’s the best skater of the three (At this point in his development anyway). He’ll be 15 soon. 

Some families are lucky to have one kid who is a phenom. DNA must be superhuman in that family. 

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5 hours ago, amato said:

It’s been speculated that if Quinn goes back, Jack will follow. Nothing concrete yet though. 

Then, in a few years, we have Luke Hughes to look forward to. Supposedly he’s the best skater of the three (At this point in his development anyway). He’ll be 15 soon. 

What does he play? Jack plays center right? This already feels like Staal family round 2 electric boogaloo

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6 minutes ago, Dabura said:

Of course he would say that. He's not gonna disrespect the don.

For all of you that don't believe:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swedish_House_Mafia

It's real.

https://www.thelocal.se/20071108/9046

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