Thread: Value of: 2011 Top-5 pick
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01-31-2011, 07:43 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
http://www.hockeybuzz.com/blog.php?post_id=28980
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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