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    Lightbulb 2014-15 Cup.../99 rpa's predictions....

    Ekblad
    Drouin
    Johnny G
    Horvat
    Pastrnak
    S. Reinhart

    What do you guys think?
    Rather predictable unless UD throws a surprise...

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    Are there 6 of them or 5 ? (I don't remember).

    I would think that Ekblad, Drouin, Gaudreau are guarantees..... the other names you mentioned make sense to me. There was a real lack of big name rookies this year.
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    Wouldn't shock me either way if Draisaitl is one if they do 6. High pick, good $ to capture from Oilers fans.

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    Looks like the 6 to me however i do agree Draisaitl could sneak in there as well

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    Andrew Hammond?

    Only because they made a concerted effort to get both his FWA and FWAP into SPA late into the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atruong317 View Post
    Andrew Hammond?

    Only because they made a concerted effort to get both his FWA and FWAP into SPA late into the game.
    I would say no chance they put a 28 YO rookie into a /99.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atruong317 View Post
    Andrew Hammond?

    Only because they made a concerted effort to get both his FWA and FWAP into SPA late into the game.
    Too old and a goalie...

    How many goalies have been /99?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pur3strpker0 View Post
    No love for Teravainen?
    I second this and a Cup to go with it unlike the other /99's

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