Submitted by bombers on Mon, 07/31/2023 - 18:45
After taking 10 players in 2022, Bombers did what nobody thought he'd do, he traded up, losing his 39, 57, 63, and 111th pick in a deep deep draft, only, to of all things, take a defenseman. And one with no offensive upside. So now he's left with 4 picks only.
Submitted by bombers on Sat, 07/16/2022 - 18:11
This draft could be summed up simply as в Джадд Брэкетт мы верим. Also known as, using the Bomber's highly paid Russian translator, Google - "In Brackett we Trust". Yurov, Haight and Lorenz were all taken from Brackett's list (Yurov was ranked 9th on the Wild's draft list, with Ohgren ranked either 10 or 11 based on NHL Inside Access). Bombers went with two Russians in the first two picks, knowing full well they may never come to the NHL.
Submitted by bombers on Mon, 07/11/2022 - 08:58
Bombers prospect development over time, using NHL-equivalent points to allow comparison between different leagues and age.
Will be updated periodically.
Submitted by bombers on Fri, 08/06/2021 - 11:11
Bombers GM will not spend much time this year describing their prospects. Why? Because he hasn't met any of them due to country borders getting closed and have only Zoom chatted with each for 1 min.
Submitted by bombers on Sun, 10/18/2020 - 10:00
For the first time in many years, Bombers defied many norms: a) Traded up giving up quantifiable overall value in the process; b) Owned barely any draft picks; c) Did very little research given zero-time available; and d) Picked players that aren't best player available and instead fell into the trap of drafting for positional/ role needs.
The team is proud to introduce the following tradeable commodity assets (aka fresh meat, or shiny new toy) to the fans :