One guy got drafted higher than the other two years apart? Who gives a ****? By that logic, would you lean towards Yakupov over Rielly? Or Sam Bennett over Nylander?Well when one guy was drafted higher, has been a better goal scorer, is more physical/better defensively, has had his teams go further in the playoffs while being a key contributor, and will get a much higher number in contract negotiations - it may check out.
Not sure what being drafted higher has to do with anything? This goes along the lines of your nonsensical 32 GMs would argument. You're just typing up shit with no merit that seems to fit your narrative.