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05-13-2004, 01:50 PM
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Possible Trade Proposal?

Would your team be interested in dealing a good pick or two (first three rounds) for any of the below Detroit roster players?
C Jiri Hudler salary 600K
LW Ray Whitney salary 3.25M
RW Darren McCarty salary 2.25M
RW Tomas Holmstrom salary 1.8M
G Stefan Liv salary unsigned Swedish prospect
D Derian Hatcher salary 5M
D Jiri Fischer salary 1.45M
D Dmitri Bykov salary unsigned Russian prospect
D Jason Woolley salary 825K

Probably Not Gonna Happen But How About For:
C Pavel Datsyuk salary 1.5M
LW Henrik Zetterberg salary 875K
D Niklas Kronwall salary 900K
RW Igor Grigorenko salary unsigned Russian prospect


Minnesota Wild 2004 draft picks

- 1st rd: 1 (MIN)
- 2nd rd: 1 (MIN)
- 3rd rd: 2 (BUF, MIN)
- 4th rd: 3 (NSH, MIN, MTL)
- 5th rd: 1 (SJ)
- 6th rd: 1 (MIN)
- 7th rd: 1 (MIN)
- 8th rd: 0
- 9th rd: 1 (MIN)

Please post a fair and logical trade proposal below.

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I'm sure some people will be able to pull a few names out of there, but I think you're probably on the wrong board. The youth movement is well underway, and we still have our share of veterans on this team. With Wanvig, Wallin, and Veillleux all poised to stay up for the entire season, and Koivu and maybe even O'Sullivan coming up, there really isn't a lot of room on the roster to add veterans with little or no upside. In fact, guys like Laaksonen and Park might be out of jobs. If anything, I'd probably rather keep these guys around and hold onto our 2nd & 3rd rounders. There's always free agency pickups too, and maybe one of our draft picks will be NHL-ready.

btw: It might help if you post the ages of these players as well. If there's no chance of that player sticking around for at least 2-3 years, and playing effectively, this organization really has no use for them. We have a shot at sneaking into the playoffs next year, but I don't think we're going to be gearing up with playoff tested veterans to get there.

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For Jiri Fischer and Pavel Datsyuk you'd almost be stupid not to. I'd give up a 1st in a heartbeat for Fischer and probably for Datsyuk as well.

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Datsyuk or Zetterberg? Uhhhhh,,,,in a heartbeat...(I'd give a 3rd and a 4th for Zett or a 3rd and two 4ths for Datsyuk - might even consider two 3rd's)...as for the rest of them, sorry, but you'll have to take out your own trash...

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First of all there is no way that the Red Wings would trade Datsyuk or Zetterberg but saying that i would happily give up our 1st, a 3rd and a 4th for Datsyuk and a 1st and a 4th for Zetterberg. Some of you will say that that is way to much but i highly doubt, in fact I guarantee that the Red Wings would not accept either of those trades and i know that they wouldn't take a 3rd and a 4th for Zetterberg and a 3rd and 2 4ths for Datsyuk.

Here are quick bios of both of them
Datsyuk
Age: 25, 5-11, 185
Year GP G A Pts
01-02 Det 70 11 24 35
02-03 Det 64 12 39 51
03-04 Det 75 30 38 68

Zetterberg
Age:23, 6-0, 193
02-03 Det 79 22 22 44
03-04 Det 61 15 28 43

Both players are just the thing we need, young goal-scorers they are both extremely talented offensively.

I would also probally give up quite a bit for Fischer and some middle round draft picks (2nd - 4th) for Wooley.

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Im sure DR would be more then happy to move 3rd and 4th round picks for Datsyuk, Zetterberg and Fischer :lol :lol :lol

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Okay, I hope all of the above posts are kidding on the Zetterberg or Datsyuk thing. He said fair proposals only. He obviously wasn't hinting that draft picks this year alone would be enough to get one of those guys on his elite list. Try Gaborik, and our first for Datsyuk.

Seriously, if all he wanted was draft picks for Datsyuk, I'd give up a selection in every single round of the draft. Allow us to keep a couple of those stockpiled 3rd and 4th rounders to build a little bit of depth. (Actually I would probably give up every last pick) Drew Stafford, Blake Wheeler (probably), Kris Chucko and company won't ever be close to the impact player Datsyuk is.


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Datsyuk is also older...he's like 25

 
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Originally Posted by sushinsky4tsar
Okay, I hope all of the above posts are kidding on the Zetterberg or Datsyuk thing. He said fair proposals only. He obviously wasn't hinting that draft picks this year alone would be enough to get one of those guys on his elite list. Try Gaborik, and our first for Datsyuk.

Seriously, if all he wanted was draft picks for Datsyuk, I'd give up a selection in every single round of the draft. Allow us to keep a couple of those stockpiled 3rd and 4th rounders to build a little bit of depth. (Actually I would probably give up every last pick) Drew Stafford, Blake Wheeler (probably), Kris Chucko and company won't ever be close to the impact player Datsyuk is.
Well, he did say a good pick or two. Which is why I said you'd be stupid not to. But if it were Gaborik and a 1st I'd say no. I like Fischer a lot, and it would take a hell of a lot more than a 1st to get him. With that being said, I'm sure he is not available.

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Yep, I agree with you on the gaborik/datsyuk thing. It's a trade where both teams lose. Just wanted to make the point of how much it would take from the wings point of view.

I guess I just assumed that it was implied that it would take more than picks in this weak draft to pry a talent like datsyuk away. I might be wrong though. Anyhow, it's all trivial. I foresee no major off-season trades for this team. My attention will be all focused on which vets are going out, and which youngsters are coming in.

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That's true, Detroit would need much more than picks. Seeing how they put the wrench time in to develop these guys into the great players they are, it would take something substantial. But if it were just picks, go for it. It's a steal.

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