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Re: Bruins draft picks

anon


I know this has been debated here but this puts a little perspective on it.

RYAN DONATO - NHL DRAFT 2014 round 2 #56 overall by Boston Bruins -

BRANDON CARLO - NHL DRAFT 2015 round 2 #37 overall by Boston Bruins -
Puts a little perspective on what? Is there a point in the post?

Re: Bruins draft picks

Anon
anon


I know this has been debated here but this puts a little perspective on it.

RYAN DONATO - NHL DRAFT 2014 round 2 #56 overall by Boston Bruins -

BRANDON CARLO - NHL DRAFT 2015 round 2 #37 overall by Boston Bruins -
Puts a little perspective on what? Is there a point in the post?





OP is saying what wasted / nepotism pick. Sounds like he has a bone to pick.

Re: Bruins draft picks

Hmmmm let's see,

a 19 year old top pairing NHL defensemen (well a second pairing defenseman on a good team) drafted in the second round in 2015

or

a 20 year old college forward who can't skate very well drafted in the second round in 2014

Thank you front Bruins office.

OP has a point.

Re: Bruins draft picks

anon
Hmmmm let's see,

a 19 year old top pairing NHL defensemen (well a second pairing defenseman on a good team) drafted in the second round in 2015

or

a 20 year old college forward who can't skate very well drafted in the second round in 2014

Thank you front Bruins office.

OP has a point.
But, he didn't make that point. Or any point.

The better point would be to show how the three first round draft picks in 2015 aren't ready to contribute - only one is even at the AHL level - while the second round pick - which was a steal - is.

How about how many other teams passed on him?

The Donato point has been made. Repeatedly. Move on. It's boring.

Re: Bruins draft picks

Anon
anon
Hmmmm let's see,

a 19 year old top pairing NHL defensemen (well a second pairing defenseman on a good team) drafted in the second round in 2015

or

a 20 year old college forward who can't skate very well drafted in the second round in 2014

Thank you front Bruins office.

OP has a point.
But, he didn't make that point. Or any point.




Come on buddy, time will tell. Carlo may be the far superior pick but every pick is hit or miss, no matter where they were picked. Especially when it comes to the B's drafting.

It is so obvious you ( and your kid ) were lighted at some point!

Re: Bruins draft picks

Because of their age and rules/agreement with CHL (major juniors) those first rounders are not eligible to play in AHL....it's either make NHL team or back to Major junior.