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06-26-2012, 08:18 AM
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Originally Posted by sdaltons View Post
i'm in the other camp. they should have made the deal.

Reinhart is a pretty darn good prospect as well. his ceiling probably isn't really that far off from Murray's. and then having like 14 (i didn't actually count) other picks in the draft? even the worst scouting staff probably would have found one or two decent players somewhere in that group. in fact since they didn't like some of their scouting staff, you might say it would have been better to give them more chances to find a good player.
I wouldn't take it as a given they would have taken Reinhart. Let's remember that this is a team whose last 7 picks in the 3-10 range have been Johansen, Filatov, Voráček, Brassard, Brulé, Picard and Zherdev in the past 10 years. Johansen looks like he could be good and Voráček is starting to come along in Philly... other than that...

IMO, they would have been mental to trade down to anything even remotely more risky when that is their drafting pedigree.

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