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Team by Team Picks

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A great source to see your teams picks in today's draft. Individual team picks are on the right side and just be forewarned, the sight takes a little time to load. Also, I have been surfing the NHL team sites and the majoriity of them are keeping up as best as they can, but one team site, that of the Detroit Red Wings, still has a blurb that states catch the draft today....no mention of any picks at all. What gives Wings?

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8 U.S Born Players in the Ist Round

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Eight U.S.-born players were selected in the first round of the 2005 NHL Entry Draft today in Ottawa, surpassing the previous record of seven Americans selected in the first round in 1986 and 2003.

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Another Trade

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Todd White traded from Ottawa to the Wild for a 4th rd pick this year. update 6:11pm, Finally, a link to verify the trade.

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Habs Shocker in 1st Round

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from the CP via the Toronto Globe and Mail,

The Montreal Canadiens' highest-ranked pick in two decades was enough of a shocker that even the player chosen didn't see it coming. With the No. 5 pick — their highest since 1984 — the Habs selected a goalie. The fact that Montreal already has a Hart and Vezina trophy winner could explain the slight gasp in the room when the Habs announced their pick: Carey Price. His cousin, Shane Doan, scored 27 goals in the last NHL season with the Phoenix Coyotes, and he has another cousin in minor-league hockey. Price cracked a few jokes when asked whether Montreal would have been his first choice. He said the Habs were his favourite team growing up — for about two years in elementary school. "I always got booed for that," he said. He switched allegiances when the Vancouver Canucks made the Stanley Cup final in 1994, he said. So were the Habs his first choice? "Well, yeah," he said. Then he chuckled and paused. "Now (they are)."

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NHL Draft Later Rounds

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NHL.com seems to be updating the picks in the 2nd round quicker than TSN or Sportsnet.

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Minor Deal

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Jeff O'Neill to the Leafs, Carolina gets a conditional in 2006.

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Draft Views

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Congrats to the NHL for the speed of the 1st round of the draft. No 15 minutes of "on the clock" wasted time. Also, the TSN broadcast crew has provided great bits and Bob McKenzie has been pretty dead on with his picks. Remember to check out Phil Coffey's blogging from the draft. Keeping us up-to-date on the whole scene in Ottawa.

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2005 NHL Entry Draft

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Sporstnet has a great draft board. They will be supplying stats and the Red Line report on each person drafted. A good source for all the information you may be seeking.

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More Leipold

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from the Journal Times,

"I like the cap,'' Leipold said. "That was very important. Last year, there were five teams that had payrolls of $50 million more than the Nashville Predators. Fifty million dollars. "Next year, it's our goal to be at the midpoint. That means next year those (high-end) teams will be only $8 million more than us. I love that. Now we can compete with every market.'' Another key aspect to the new collective bargaining agreement is revenue sharing. And that, again, will benefit small-market teams like Leipold's Predators. Leipold said probably 10 NHL small-market teams will receive about $8 million from the big-market teams. "That's money we didn't have access to previously,'' Leipold said. "That gives us the ability to get to the midpoint and compete against big-market teams.'' Leipold contends the NHL's collective bargaining agreement will serve as a model for some other pro sports leagues. "I honestly believe we just did every major sport a gigantic favor,'' Leipold said. "Football is fine; they're making money. They have a huge TV contract. "But I think the NBA, and certainly Major League Baseball, will look at the system that we have just put into place and I would think they would like to use it when they negotiate their next CBA.''

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Why the Lack of Buyouts

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from Canada.com,

It was a chance for teams to purge themselves of high-priced flab, but when general managers stood on the scales at 5 p.m. ET yesterday, their weight stayed pretty much the same. Toronto, Ottawa, St. Louis and countless others found it safer to do nothing this week, rather than exercise a one-time option to buy out the contracts of their most expensive players. "First of all, I don't think any of us knew what to expect," said New Jersey general manager Lou Lamoriello. "In saying that, when you think about it, I'm not totally surprised because people still have to put teams on the ice. You just can't start buying out players and start all over again.

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