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SpezDispenser wrote:6'3 190 played for djurgardens.  Gotta think they love this kid.

The run on goalies right before they picked was probably huge... run on D right after them is probably a good sign as well. All they are doing is adding depth, depth, depth which is exactly what you want.

I know nothing about him but based on where the picked him there is probably zero potential to be an offensive D man or anything more than that and probably close to zero downside. Probably a guy that just comes in, does his job, goes home.

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M_Christopher wrote:Englund - Long-term project, primarily a defensive d-man.

Has a bit of a nasty side, Sens probably hoping he develops this into a regular facet of his game.

Safe pick, guy is probably a solid skater, will fill in, does the little things right, and just plays hard.

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Still hoping Sens grab Jared Hauf with a late pick. Just a monster of a D-man, in every sense of the word

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We're picking Kulda

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NEELY wrote:
M_Christopher wrote:Englund - Long-term project, primarily a defensive d-man.

Has a bit of a nasty side, Sens probably hoping he develops this into a regular facet of his game.

Safe pick, guy is probably a solid skater, will fill in, does the little things right, and just plays hard.  

Yeah most scouts see him as a kid with a very strong chance to play NHL in some capacity - whether a top-4 shutdown, or a physical bottom pairing.

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Yup, gets 2, 3 years to fill out before he is even given a chance to play in Bingo, another 2, 3 years in the AHL... probably hit around the 220-225 lb mark in that time... takes him to about age 23, 24.

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Karlsson still on the board.

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Wonder if they give Kulda a look?

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Spencer Watson also a consideration as well as tyler hill who may go Undrafted again

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NEELY wrote:Yup, gets 2, 3 years to fill out before he is even given a chance to play in Bingo, another 2, 3 years in the AHL... probably hit around the 220-225 lb mark in that time... takes him to about age 23, 24.

Here's an audio clip by Dorion on Englund

http://t.co/3Sk3qg8ZeP

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Spencer Watson is a guy i desperately want the sens to draft, huge upside and just a natural sniper.

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M_Christopher wrote:Spencer Watson is a guy i desperately want the sens to draft, huge upside and just a natural sniper.

Tiny though... imo they will be looking for a bigger winger but no denying his skill set and production.

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Connor Chatham IMO could be a guy the Sens swing for.

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NEELY wrote:Connor Chatham IMO could be a guy the Sens swing for.

Would be an incredibly safe pick to make. Just a low ceiling on the kid (it seems), still think it's little early for Chatham

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Know in 1 second.

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Apparently having the same debate as us....

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Miles Gendron?  haha no idea.

Another big D man... Seems the Sens are def using their own draft list.



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Connor Chatham goes right after.

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