2007 NHL Entry Draft Top 30- Part Three

By |2015-07-24T11:30:14-04:00February 9th, 2007|z-Archives (other articles)|

The bottom third of the first round is one of the most unpredictable in all the NHL Entry Draft. Late risers compete with fading mainstays, and teams aren't adverse to trading or going for the homerun. At least one pick in the 21-30 range will change hands, fodder for a deadline deal or part of a move on draft day. And fans will love every minute it- once they know who they've drafted. And, by popular demand, the fantasy potential of the Bugg Bytes Top 30!