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10-12-2009, 01:07 PM
Sony Eriksson*
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Originally Posted by johnny_rudeboy View Post
A 4-way deal.

To Dallas: Campbell
To Pittsburg: Ponikarosvski, Stajan, Dallas 1st 2010
To Toronto: J. Staal, Kyle Beach
To Chicago: Kaberle, P. Larsen (Dallas prospect)

So Dallas gives up a 1st and a good prospect in Larsen to get a cap heavy player they need in Campbell.
Pittsburgh gives up Staal, a player they need but who is wasted as a 3rd liner and they gain a very good 3rd line centre in Stajan and a big body with good hands to play with either Crosby or Malkin in Poni along with a 1st round pick.
Toronto gives up their best player in Kaberle and two solid players who actually are 2 of the ones who have actually performed in Stajan and Poni but gain a first line centre in Staal and a top offensive prospect in Beach who is a Burkie kind of player.
Chicago gives up a future first liner in Beach and a good but expensive defenceman in Campbell but gain one of the best contracts for 2 more seasons in the NHL with Kaberle and the extra $3m in cap space along with a good d prospect in Larsen.

So is it a deal? To messy? Some team have to give up a little more?
Dallas want's no part of Campbell albatross contract! We would have interest in Duncan Keith. Chicago is not going to be able to resign one of Toews, Kane, Versteeg or Keith unless they move Campbell and no team will want him.

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