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03-05-2009, 01:02 AM
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Graphic over the trades

I put this together for the Swedish site that I write for, so some parts are in Swedish (it's 100% understandable).



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I really like the map. Puts into perspective how spread out and tight the league is in places.

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Thanks and its a great map.

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Pretty cool! Nice summary of trades. It's interesting to see everything on one page so that people can put some perspective on the buyers, sellers and neithers.

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Hey, Thanks Kopitar!! (I've always wanted to say that, and really mean it)

Throw some more graphics our way when you can.

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Nice graphic, good job. There is a mistake on the San Jose player transactions though. Huskins was traded to SJ not traded from. Otherwise it's great.

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No problem guys, it was really fun to do.

Yeah, the point is pretty much to get some perspective over what happened. Great that you enjoyed it, I'll try to make some more stuff like it! Next one will probably be at the draft or something with the playoffs.

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Nice graphic, good job. There is a mistake on the San Jose player transactions though. Huskins was traded to SJ not traded from. Otherwise it's great.
Missed that. I was finished with it at 6 AM, so I didn't bother to check it ten times. I'll fix it.

EDIT: Fixed it. Thanks!

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Looks great, good job.

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Really nice job, you should post this on the main board if you like.

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You rule dude, this is exaclty what I have been wanting to see, a summary of all the moves by team (rather than individual trade). You can see who came and went and get a better feeling of who did what on td day.

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I need to learn how to count in Swedish. Andra, fjarde?

Could you spell out first to seventh in Swedish please?

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I need to learn how to count in Swedish. Andra, fjarde?

Could you spell out first to seventh in Swedish please?
So:
One = ett
Two = två
Three = tre
Four = fyra
Five = fem
Six = sex (you should all enjoy that one)
Seven = sju
Eight = åtta
Nine = nio
Ten = tio

First = första
Second = andra
Third = tredje
Fourth = fjärde
Fifth = femte
Sixth = sjätte
Seventh = sjunde
Eight = åttonde
Ninth = nionde
Tenth = tionde

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Awesome. Thanks.

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