Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by jnk96, Jan 28, 2017.
What are the chances he falls to Tampa in the first round?
I think a lot of forwards are going 1-9, and a lot of Dmen 10-20.
Where do you think he goes? I was just wondering because I saw TSN had him at 21 and McKeen had him at 26 (found those on eliteprospects). I think he would be a good addition for Tampa. We need a RHD to play with Hedman eventually, and Foote may get his shot at it next year.
I'd say he goes between 13-17. He may be a guy who rises if a team has really scouted him, on the other hand, he may also fall to tampa due to underscouting because of the league he plays in.
A team like the Kings might move up to snatch him if he falls into the late teens
Team needs are a factor too, Seider is ultimately just one out of many comparable options that can and will be assessed differently by different teams. I expect him to go first round, but how high depends on how many teams are looking for versatile D. Being available around 23rd is possible.
Which league do people think would be best for him development wise next season? Does he stick in the DEL? seems like he gets decent minutes. Possibly the CHL? which would give him more opportunities to refine his offensive game. I guess he'd also be eligible for the AHL, physically he might be ready for that but would he get enough minutes and the right development opportunities?
I would say it would be by far the wisest decision for him to stay in DEL for 2 more years. Good league, money, minutes, familiar environment, good team. Why should he leave.
He has signed a contract until 2021 so he's definitely not going to any junior league in Canada. If he leaves the DEL early it's for the NHL.
If I drafted him I'd prefer he moves to the SHL.
I’d think this would be a good track:
21-22 NYR Top 4
Why? The leagues are not that different, it's not like he is dominating the DEL and it would mean moving to a foreign country for no real big reason. And why SHL? Might as well send him to the AHL then.
Underscouting isn't a thing anymore (in pro leagues, anyway). Germany is easy to reach from other European countries and NHL teams have large, professional staffs. So while most scouts are based in Sweden, Finland, and Russia, it's easy for them to take a trip over to watch Seider. Mannheim had at least four or five scouts at every game all season, and I'm sure the number is higher in the playoffs. It's not like Seider is a potential seventh-rounder – his name has been out there all season long, and teams have made an effort to come out and see him.
Hah. Underscouting by good scouts, then.
Our look at Seider
Moritz Seider Scouting Report: 2019 NHL Draft #23
Seider had a pretty good showing in game 4 of the DEL finals.
He only played 11:43 minutes, but picked up two assists and played another solid all around game.
Nice job, however you lost me on this.
" Seider’s game is similar to a mix of Zach Werenskiand Seth Jones. This is a stylistic comparison only and not one based on skill or ability."
Playing tonight in the second pairing against USA in the last exhibition game before World Championships.
Had a nice assist and looks solid. He's my number 2 D in the draft behind Byram
Looking very solid so far. Got a nice assist on the 2nd German goal.
I like the way you think
What tournament is this?
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