Ideal Landing Spots for the Top 10 Prospects in the 2013 NHL Draft

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Ideal Landing Spots for the Top 10 Prospects in the 2013 NHL Draft
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You can't blame projected No. 1 pick Seth Jones from looking above and beyond to get his NHL career started.

No matter what the sport, trying to guess where the top available prospects will land in the upcoming draft is an inexact science at best.

You can have the top experts, all with the latest information about a player's ability, talent, health, strengths and weaknesses, and invariably some teams will go in a completely unexpected direction and choose someone else.

While we still think Bleacher Report's Franklin Steele for the most part has it right in how he projects this year's NHL draft will play out, what is the fine art of debate without a differing viewpoint at times, right?

Let's see how Steele's and my expected locales for where the top 10 draft prospects will land on June 30 are or are not in agreement:

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