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 :
Submitted by bombers on Fri, 10/11/2019 - 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 Mon, 06/24/2019 - 15:36
Bombers went into this draft expecting to pick all players with a Z in their name. Zegras - check. Podkolzin - check. The team was intending on picking Moritz, but Boldy really threw a wrench in the team plan. Unlike other years where the team usually have a million picks, the team got lazy and consolidated its pick to just 3 picks this year. Fans resent the fact that the GM was on vacation and shirked his scouting duties directly in advance of the draft.
Submitted by bombers on Tue, 09/11/2018 - 18:33
(Left: Forsberg doing what he'll do a lot of in 2018-2019) After a tumultuous ‘17-‘18 rebuild, the Bombers successfully repositioned itself. The team parted way with a top draft pick (B.
Submitted by bombers on Wed, 06/27/2018 - 16:06
Bombers relinquished the 5th pick this year and paid a heavy price to shore up scoring. However, coming into the draft the team had 12 picks, so had sufficient inventory of picks to work with.
Joel Farabee (13th Overall, LW, Picture Left - Keeping the crazy hair theme from last year...at least for the first pick)