2011 NHL Draft: The Atlantic Division's Ideal Draft Selections

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2011 NHL Draft: The Atlantic Division's Ideal Draft Selections
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The Atlantic is one of the NHL's most fiercely contested divisions.

Until this season, the Atlantic was represented in the Stanley Cup Final three straight years.

There is no shortage of animosity between any of the clubs, and the draft provides yet another opportunity to get a leg up on hated rivals.

What's in store:

  • The Devils get a rare top five selection. 
  • The Islanders will try to build on their promising core.
  • The Rangers utilize their pivot slot smack dab in the middle.
  • The Penguins will look to add around their stars.
  • The Flyers will have to wait until Round 3 to make their selection...or will they?

Let's take a look at each team's best-case scenario when their turn comes around.

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