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sshablak
09-22-2009, 03:00 PM
Curious, my team has six, I believe. How many on your team ? And where can we find this info on all the teams ?

Federal League
09-22-2009, 03:11 PM
BU has 14.

sshablak
09-22-2009, 03:16 PM
Unreal !! No wonder !

owslachief
09-22-2009, 03:17 PM
What's your team, BTW?

MSU-EL has 6 ... but IMHO this question only results in meaningful answers if you weight the numbers.

Because theoretically a 3rd rounder has far more potential than a 6th rounder.

So what about 1st round = 7 points, 2nd round = 6 points, ... , 7th round = 1 point?

MSU-EL: 7 + 6 + 5 + 4 + 3 + 1 = 26 "draft points"

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Add: Not all that familiar with other league sites, but CCHA.com has rosters with NHL team affiliations next to player names. Also, school athletics website has bio's with NHL draft pick info.

Kepler
09-22-2009, 03:26 PM
Cornell has 6 (http://www.tbrw.info/players/cornellNHLDraft.html), with another in the pipeline.

7+2+1+1+1+1 = 13 draft points.

Federal League
09-22-2009, 03:29 PM
What's your team, BTW?

MSU-EL has 6 ... but IMHO this question only results in meaningful answers if you weight the numbers.

Because theoretically a 3rd rounder has far more potential than a 6th rounder.

So what about 1st round = 7 points, 2nd round = 6 points, ... , 7th round = 1 point?

MSU-EL: 7 + 6 + 5 + 4 + 3 + 1 = 26 "draft points"

Using this for BU:

7+2+5+6+1+3+2+4+6+4+6+5+1+3=
55 draft points

Kepler
09-22-2009, 03:30 PM
What's your team, BTW?

His team is Colgate.

bigblue_dl
09-22-2009, 03:35 PM
This is an easy question! Zero for Tech!

Badgers1
09-22-2009, 03:41 PM
I believe 11 for Wisconsin. 56 points. 3 - 1st, 4 -2nd, 1-4th, 2 -5th, 1 -7th

SoCalSiouxFan
09-22-2009, 03:47 PM
15 for UND.

http://www.areavoices.com/undhockey/?blog=54362


UND will not have a first-round draft pick on the team this season. The last time that happened was 1999-00, also UND's last national title. In fact, the only first-round pick to win a national title at UND was James Patrick in 1982.
No first round picks at UND! Hurray the curse has been lifted!:p

a recent trend of NHL teams going off the board to get a Sioux recruit...guys who were unranked by Central Scouting when they committed to UND but ended up going in the draft
Good to see NHL teams have faith in the coaching.:)

UND's two best players last year were Ryan Duncan and Chay Genoway -- both undrafted players. In fact, three of UND's top four scorers last season were undrafted free agents.

moe24
09-22-2009, 03:53 PM
Western Michigan with 3.

state of hockey
09-22-2009, 03:59 PM
20 for Minnesota, too lazy at the moment to figure out points.

dggoddard
09-22-2009, 04:03 PM
For DU 13 players = 47 pts

1st Round - Colborne (BOS) = 7 pts

2nd Round - Wrenn (SJS), Shore (FLA), Wiercioch (OTT) = 18 pts

3rd Round - Gifford (PIT) = 5 pts

4th Round - Donovan (NYI), Rakhshani (NYI) = 8 pts

5th Round - Lee (FLA) = 3 pts

6th Round - Ruegsegger (TOR) = 2 pts

7th Round - Glasser (EDM), Martin (ATL), Cheverie (FLA), Phillips (CHI) = 4 pts

dggoddard
09-22-2009, 04:12 PM
Obviously, high draft choices (Turris, Kessel) are great players, but leave school early and obviously don't contribute as much as guys who stick around for four years.

You might have a pretty good formula if you multiply the draft choice points by the year in school. Say a 5th Round Junior is worth (3 pts X 3 years = 9 pts). A first round Freshman is worth 7 pts (7 X 1 year).

owslachief
09-22-2009, 04:16 PM
Obviously high draft choices (Turris, Kessel) leave school early and obviously don't contribute as much as guys who stick around for four years.

You might have a pretty good formula if you multiply the draft choice points by the year in school. Say a 5th Round Junior is worth (3 pts X 3 years = 9 pts). A first round Freshman is worth 7 pts (7 X 1 year).

Agreed - that shows <strike>the true</strike> a truer quality of a hockey program. It's less impressive to me to just have an NHL factory.

state of hockey
09-22-2009, 04:17 PM
Nevermind, figured it out.

20 for Minnesota. 90 pts.

7+7+7+7+6+6+6+6+5+5+5+4+4+4+3+2+2+2+1+1

Ralph Baer
09-22-2009, 04:21 PM
RPI has 6 current players drafted.



Jensen 9th round (-1 point :eek:, I'll make it 0.)
York 6th round 2 points
Bergin 7th round 1 point
Foss 6th round 2 points
Pirri 2nd round 6 points
D'Amigo 6th round 2 points

Total 13 points

state of hockey
09-22-2009, 04:30 PM
You might have a pretty good formula if you multiply the draft choice points by the year in school. Say a 5th Round Junior is worth (3 pts X 3 years = 9 pts). A first round Freshman is worth 7 pts (7 X 1 year).

Using this, Minnesota ends up with 212 points.

Player with most points: David Fischer, senior first rounder for 28 points.
Player with fewest points: Nick Larson, sophomore seventh rounder for 2 points.

dggoddard
09-22-2009, 05:42 PM
Using this, Minnesota ends up with 212 points.Wow. Pretty high number.

Will be pretty interesting to see these numbers against the preseason polls and then the end of season results.

I'd probably tweak the formula a little more to give more weight to 1st, 2nd & 3rd Round Draft picks.

1st = 10
2nd = 8
3rd = 6
4th = 4
5th = 3
6th = 2
7th = 1

It seems like BC & BU's National Championship teams were heavily laden with NHL Draft picks.

owslachief
09-22-2009, 06:20 PM
Obviously, high draft choices (Turris, Kessel) are great players, but leave school early and obviously don't contribute as much as guys who stick around for four years.

You might have a pretty good formula if you multiply the draft choice points by the year in school. Say a 5th Round Junior is worth (3 pts X 3 years = 9 pts). A first round Freshman is worth 7 pts (7 X 1 year).

Well going by this your original idea (yer best I think) -
MSU Spartans-

Nill - Soph. 7th round = 2 x 1 = 2
Sucharski - Senior (5th-year redshirt) 5th round = 4 x 3 = 12
Grant - Freshman 4th round = 1 x 4 = 4
Tropp - Junior 3rd round = 3 x 5 = 15
Petry - Junior 2nd round = 3 x 6 = 18
Leveille - Soph. 1st round = 2 x 7 = 14
Total: 65

But, sshablak, I digress :D