Thread: Value of: 2011 Top-5 pick
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01-31-2011, 08:43 PM
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Originally Posted by dkollidas View Post
What would it take to move up to that spot.

For example from a team picking 8-12 overall to move up...

Maybe this...

2011 1st
2012 1st
2012 2nd

Enough? Too much?

This is basically what Boston paid for Kessel I believe, correct me if I'm mistaken
Last draft Snow sitting with the 5th overall pick,was willing to move his pick if he'd gotten a young,potential stud for the pick.

I'm guessing that unless he falls in love with one particular 2011 prospect,he'll again be open to moving his pick for a 20-22 yr old with high upside.

2010 draft
The Islanders will also field offers to trade their pick, but it is believed that Snow would be unwilling to part with it unless he received a comparable young NHL player or prospect. If Snow was offered a player similar to the player he plans on drafting with 2-4 years of additional experience, he'd consider making the swap to expedite the team's development..

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