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2010 Draft Prep: Top 200 overall

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Top 200 Overall
1. Alex Ovechkin, W, WAS 101. Joe Pavelski, W, SJ
2. Sidney Crosby, C, PIT 102. Mike Knuble, W, WAS
3. Evgeni Malkin, C, PIT 103. Chris Pronger, D, PHI
4. Nicklas Backstrom, C, WAS 104. T.J. Oshie, W, STL
5. Henrik Sedin, C, VAN 105. Phil Kessel, W, TOR
6. Patrick Kane, W, CHI 106. Mikael Samuelsson, W, VAN
7. Joe Thornton, C, SAN 107. Nicklas Lidstrom, D, DET
8. Dany Heatley, W, SAN 108. Tobias Enstrom, D, ATL
9. Ryan Getzlaf, C, ANA 109. Andy McDonald, W, STL
10. Steven Stamkos, C, TB 110. Chris Stewart, W, COL
11. Daniel Sedin, W, VAN 111. Brad Boyes, W, STL
12. Martin Brodeur, G, NJ 112. Ales Hemsky, W, EDM
13. Ryan Miller, G, BUF 113. James Neal, W, DAL
14. Zach Parise, W, NJ 114. Dion Phaneuf, D, CGY
15. Roberto Luongo, G, VAN 115. Tim Connolly, C, BUF
16. Jimmy Howard, G, DET 116. Ryan Smyth, W, LA
17. Mike Richards, C, PHI 117. Carey Price, G, MON
18. Corey Perry, W, ANA 118. Patrice Bergeron, C, BOS
19. Pavel Datsyuk, C, DET 119. Kyle Okposo, W, NYI
20. Marian Gaborik, W, NYR 120. Patrik Berglund, C, STL
21. Ilya Kovalchuk, W, NJ 121. Dustin Brown, W, LA
22. Jarome Iginla, W, CGY 122. David Backes, C, STL
23. Ilya Bryzgalov, G, PHO 123. Kari Lehtonen, G, DAL
24. Mike Green, D, WAS 124. Johan Franzen, W, DET
25. Eric Staal, C, CAR 125. Andrew Brunette, W, MIN
26. Marc Savard, C, BOS 126. Devin Setoguchi, W, SJ
27. Jaroslav Halak, G, STL 127. Alexander Frolov, W, NYR
28. Paul Stastny, C, COL 128. Guillaume Latendresse, W, MIN
29. Henrik Zetterberg, C, DET 129. Milan Lucic, W, BOS
30. Ryan Kesler, C, VAN 130. Tomas Fleischmann, W, WAS
31. Jonathan Toews, C, CHI 131. Tyler Myers, D, BUF
32. Marian Hossa, W, CHI 132. Teemu Selanne, W, ANA
33. Rick Nash, W, CLB 133. Patric Hornqvist, W, NAS
34. Martin St. Louis, W, TB 134. Mark Streit, D, NYI
35. Jonas Hiller, G, ANA 135. Brian Rafalski, D, DET
36. Miikka Kiprusoff, G, CGY 136. Brandon Dubinsky, C, NYR
37. Vincent Lecavalier, C, TB 137. Mason Raymond, W, VAN
38. Alex Burrows, W, VAN 138. Alexander Steen, C, STL
39. Pekka Rinne, G, NAS 139. Nikolai Zherdev, W, PHI
40. Henrik Lundqvist, G, NYR 140. Brandon Sutter, C, CAR
41. Alexander Semin, W, WAS 141. Jiri Hudler, W, DET
42. Craig Anderson, G, COL 142. Brian Gionta, W, MON
43. Bobby Ryan, W, ANA 143. Martin Erat, W, NAS
44. Anze Kopitar, C, LA 144. Bryan McCabe, D, FLA
45. Jeff Carter, C, PHI 145. Mike Fisher, C, OTT
46. Patrick Marleau, C, SJ 146. Jamie Benn, W, DAL
47. Tuukka Rask, G, BOS 147. David Perron, W, STL
48. Brad Richards, C, DAL 148. Troy Brouwer, W, CHI
49. Jonathan Quick, G, LA 149. Tomas Holmstrom, W, DET
50. Jason Spezza, C, OTT 150. Jason Arnott, C, NJ
51. Drew Doughty, D, LA 151. Ryan Malone, W, TB
52. Marc-Andre Fleury, G, PIT 152. Michael Ryder, W, BOS
53. Scott Hartnell, W, PHI 153. Steve Ott, C, DAL
54. Patrick Sharp, W, CHI 154. Shea Weber, D, NAS
55. Mikko Koivu, C, MIN 155. Sergei Gonchar, D, OTT
56. Daniel Alfredsson, W, OTT 156. Lubomir Visnovsky, D, ANA
57. Ryane Clowe, W, SJ 157. Alex Tanguay, W, CGY
58. Thomas Vanek, W, BUF 158. Colin Wilson, C, NAS
59. Brenden Morrow, W, DAL 159. Kris Versteeg, W, TOR
60. Brooks Laich, C, WAS 160. Taylor Hall, W, EDM
61. Niklas Backstrom, G, MIN 161. Vaclav Prospal, W, NYR
62. John Tavares, C, NYI 162. Marek Zidlicky, D, MIN
63. Loui Eriksson, W, DAL 163. Alexander Edler, D, VAN
64. Tomas Vokoun, G, FLA 164. Joni Pitkanen, D, CAR
65. Nathan Horton, W, BOS 165. Peter Regin, C, OTT
66. Kristian Huselius, W, CLB 166. Christian Ehrhoff, D, VAN
67. Steve Mason, G, CLB 167. Milan Michalek, W, OTT
68. Jason Pominville, W, BUF 168. Bill Guerin, W, FA
69. Rene Bourque, W, CGY 169. Tyler Seguin, C, BOS
70. Marty Turco, G, CHI 170. Daymond Langkow, C, CGY
71. Shane Doan, W, PHO 171. Michael Frolik, W, FLA
72. Cam Ward, G, CAR 172. Wayne Simmonds, W, LA
73. Antoine Vermette, C, CLB 173. Matt Moulson, W, NYI
74. Nik Antropov, W, ATL 174. Steve Sullivan, W, NAS
75. Tomas Plekanec, C, MON 175. Jean-Sebastien Giguere, G, TOR
76. Dan Boyle, D, SJ 176. Sam Gagner, C, EDM
77. Mike Ribeiro, C, DAL 177. Milan Hejduk, W, COL
78. Zdeno Chara, D, BOS 178. Ville Leino, W, PHI
79. Jussi Jokinen, W, CAR 179. Jonas Gustavsson, G, TOR
80. Derek Roy, C, BUF 180. Kimmo Timonen, D, PHI
81. Dustin Penner, W, EDM 181. Rich Peverley, C, ATL
82. Stephen Weiss, C, FLA 182. R.J. Umberger, C, CLB
83. Simon Gagne, W, TB 183. David Clarkson, W, NJ
84. Danny Briere, W, PHI 184. Alexei Ponikarovsky, W, LA
85. Ray Whitney, W, PHO 185. Brian Rolston, C, NJ
86. Duncan Keith, D, CHI 186. Cory Stillman, W, FLA
87. Steve Downie, W, TB 187. Dan Ellis, G, TB
88. Jakub Voracek, W, CLB 188. Erik Johnson, D, STL
89. Scott Gomez, C, MON 189. Semyon Varlamov, G, WAS
90. Mike Cammalleri, C, MON 190. Niklas Kronwall, D, DET
91. Jamie Langenbrunner, W, NJ 191. David Booth, W, FLA
92. Claude Giroux, W, PHI 192. Tomas Kaberle, D, TOR
93. Patrik Elias, W, NJ 193. Jordan Staal, C, PIT
94. Alexei Kovalev, W, OTT 194. Jay Bouwmeester, D, CGY
95. Saku Koivu, C, ANA 195. Eric Fehr, W, WAS
96. Matt Duchene, C, COL 196. Shawn Horcoff, W, EDM
97. Martin Havlat, W, MIN 197. Ryan Suter, D, NAS
98. Wojtek Wolski, W, PHO 198. Jarret Stoll, C, LA
99. Travis Zajac, C, NJ 199. Brian Campbell, D, CHI
100. David Krejci, C, BOS 200. Michael Del Zotto, D, NYR

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Drew Doughty
Kings' Doughty (Upper Body) Listed As Day-To-Day
Drew Doughty, D, LA
11:32 AM
News: Drew Doughty (upper body) is listed as day-to-day according to general manager Rob Blake, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Analysis: Drew Doughty isn't currently participating in training camp due to an upper-body injury that he suffered while training in the offseason. Considering that the Kings' don't kick off their season until Oct. 8, Doughty's chance of playing in the opener increased with this news.

Claude Giroux
Flyers' Giroux (Lower Body) Out 2 Weeks
Claude Giroux, C, PHI
11:17 AM
News: Claude Giroux is expected to miss the next two weeks with a lower-body injury, The Record reports.
Analysis: Considering that the Flyers' opening game isn't until Oct. 9, Claude Giroux doesn't seem to be in danger of starting the season on the bench. However, he'll miss a substantial part of training camp and may suffer in terms of conditioning. With updates to come, the 26-year-old still seems to be a valuable addition at this point.

Kyle Palmieri
Ducks' Palmieri Hopes To Play In Final Exhibition
Kyle Palmieri, RW, ANA
10:56 AM
News: Kyle Palmieri sprained his ankle during training camp and hopes to return for the team's final preseason game, the Ducks' official site reports.
Analysis: The injury is not good news for Kyle Palmieri's fantasy value, but he should be able to do most of his recovery before the regular season starts. How and if he plays in the final preseason game will be important in determining his value for the start of the season.

Shea Theodore
Ducks' Theordore Out 4-To-6 Weeks
Shea Theodore, D, ANA
10:49 AM
News: Shea Theodore will miss 4-to-6 weeks with an ulnar collateral ligament sprain in his elbow, which he suffered in the rookie game Sunday, Duck's official site reports.
Analysis: This timetable places Shea Theodore out until at least a week into the regular season. He was Anaheim's first round pick in the 2013 draft, and expected to contribute to the Ducks after spending most of last season with the Seattle Thunderbirds

Sidney Crosby
Pens' Crosby Practices Friday
Sidney Crosby, C, PIT
10:21 AM
News: Sidney Crosby (undisclosed) practiced Friday, despite an early report that stated the MVP would be held out of the beginning of training camp, ABC News reports.
Analysis: Not only did Sidney Crosby practice, but he did not wear a red non-contact jersey, and participated in most of the practice. If Crosby is still battling an injury, it appears that it is not serious enough to keep him off the ice. If he is already healthy enough to participate in training camp, expect Crosby to be near 100 percent when the regular season rolls around, though we'll place the caveat that obviously something's been bugging him to some degree - such as a shoulder injury or minor soreness from his wrist issues last season. Or it could be some combo of both, that again, is not enough to keep him off the ice.

Mikhail Grigorenko
Sabres Pair Grigorenko With Armia
Mikhail Grigorenko, C, BUF
10:11 AM
News: Mikhail Grigorenko will open camp on a line with Joel Armia, reports The Buffalo News.
Analysis: Though Mikhail Grigorenko and Armia represent two of Buffalo's most offensively gifted players, neither can be expected to play with the Sabres this year. Grigorenko is coming off a rough two-year stretch after playing on three separate teams and Armia is coming off a tough rookie season hampered by a wrist injury. The Sabres have more experienced players to rely on for scoring and Brendan Lemieux, the line's third player, is not expected to make the team either. However, Grigorenko and Armia should form a dynamic duo in the AHL, and if both players perform beyond expectations they will both earn call-ups at some point during the season.

Luke Adam
Sabres' Adam On The Outside Looking In
Luke Adam, C, BUF
10:05 AM
News: Luke Adam is on the bubble and fighting for a roster spot based on the depth charts published by The Buffalo News.
Analysis: Luke Adam will play on center Johan Larsson's left wing and opposite of right winger Zac Dalpe. Dalpe was signed over the summer as additional depth while Larsson is also fighting for a roster spot. Adam returned to the Sabres after signing a one-year extension, but time is running out for the former second-round pick. In 12 games with the Sabres he recorded just one goal and 16 shots. When Adam is on his game, he can be a serviceable power forward, but his consistency has been poor. Adam will need to go through waivers if he is demoted, which provides an extra wrinkle to his situation. Last year, the Sabres waived Corey Tropp, and the same fate could await Adam if he has a poor showing at camp.

Tyler Myers
Sabres' Myers Begins Camp With Gorges
Tyler Myers, D, BUF
9:57 AM
News: Tyler Myers will be paired with veteran shutdown defenseman Josh Gorges to begin the training camp, reports The Buffalo News.
Analysis: As expected, the mercurial Tyler Myers will be paired with the dependable Gorges to begin the season as the Sabres' top pairing. Myers has struggled over the past few seasons since winning the Calder Trophy as the league's top rookie, and often looks overwhelmed by the amount of pressure placed on him. The 6-foot-8 defenseman has plenty of talent but just hasn't been able to realize it. Hopefully, Gorges will take some pressure off his shoulders and also allow Myers to take more of an offensive role. If all goes well, Myers could be in line for the best season in his rookie year. He is, without a doubt, the Sabres' best defenseman in fantasy, though the team is expected to finish near the bottom of the standings again.

Zemgus Girgensons
Sabres' Girgensons Centers Second Line
Zemgus Girgensons, C, BUF
9:52 AM
News: One of Buffalo's best players last year, Zemgus Girgensons is penciled in as the team's second-line center, reports The Buffalo News.
Analysis: Head coach Ted Nolan and the rest of the Sabres staff love Zemgus Girgensons. An excellent two-way player with great wheels, Girgensons was one of Buffalo's more consistent players and was the standout forward for Latvia at the Sochi Olympics. Delivering on their promise to give Girgensons a bigger role, the Sabres are experimenting with him in an offensive role, playing alongside playmaker Cody Hodgson on the left wing and former Habs captain Brian Gionta on the right wing. Girgensons is scratching the surface of his offensive ability, who scored just eight goals in 70 games last year. He's often overlooked because Hodgson and Tyler Ennis are more well-known names in fantasy, but it's possible Girgensons provides better value than both of them this season with faceoff wins and hits, if your league counts them.

Keith Ballard
Wild's Ballard Full Participant In Camp
Keith Ballard, D, MIN
9:42 AM
News: Keith Ballard (hernia) was a full participant in the first practice and scrimmage of Minnesota's training camp, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Analysis: Keith Ballard had sports hernia surgery after the season, but looks at full strength as training camp begins. He played just 45 games last season as he struggled to stay healthy due to a groin injury and concussion.

 
 
 
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