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Ten Prospects That May Be Moved on Trade Deadline Day

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02-24-2011, 09:30 PM
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Linus omark is gone before deadline!Hemsky and penner stays put(oilers demands to much)!
Oilers hasnt room for omark and will not send any more players on waivers and omark has an out clausul next year to khl, so better to have something out of him because he doesnt take a assignment for political reasons again.

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Beau Bennett? Really? Boom or bust prospect, doing respectable in his development, in an area of great need for the organization despite the trade for Neal. But mostly he would not bring value at this stage of his developement to justify a move. He is not untouchable, obviously, just not worth jettisoning for what he could bring the Pens. Silly speculation.
Didn't Shero just say in an interview that he wasn't looking to move Despres, Bennett or the 2011 1st?

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02-24-2011, 10:08 PM
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I won't be shocked if GMGM doesn't make any trades. If he does, it will be for cheap depth.

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02-24-2011, 10:11 PM
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Generally speaking, when people say team won't trade Prospect X, it's refering to trading him for a rental/soon to be UFA. Which right now all the talk is about.

Would Washington trade Kuznetsov for a rental? No. Would they trade him for a young established forward with plenty of upside left on a good contract? Of course, but those players aren't available.
GMGM could trade him if he thought it would take Kuznetsov time to come over to NA. Hard to tell.

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02-25-2011, 12:05 PM
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GMGM could trade him if he thought it would take Kuznetsov time to come over to NA. Hard to tell.
I guess that had to be a consideration when they drafted him as well. The Caps have played "Russian Roulette" probably better than any other NHL franchise, but it comes a time when they to reflect on whether or not they can get to the next level with a high percentage of these guys...

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02-25-2011, 12:09 PM
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*Note: I am in no way inferring the Caps should trade for Penner; he was simply the biggest player on the trade block I could think of that could make one heck of a cannonball splash.
The money quote right there. Penner is the biggest player on the block? Did he forget Richards, you know, the consensus best player available on the market who just happens to fill a major needs for Washington?

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02-25-2011, 12:21 PM
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The money quote right there. Penner is the biggest player on the block? Did he forget Richards, you know, the consensus best player available on the market who just happens to fill a major needs for Washington?
Penner = 6'4, 240lbs

Richards = 6'1, 198lbs

Maybe that's what he meant?

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02-25-2011, 01:57 PM
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Didn't Shero just say in an interview that he wasn't looking to move Despres, Bennett or the 2011 1st?
He did. But pretty obviously not because he is some untouchable wunderkid at this point. Mostly I would guess because of position and likely return if he was offered up.

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02-25-2011, 11:52 PM
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The money quote right there. Penner is the biggest player on the block? Did he forget Richards, you know, the consensus best player available on the market who just happens to fill a major needs for Washington?
Love how stuff gets taken out of context - it was an obvious reference to Penner's size. End of story.

An example: What if we only took a section of a famous Gretzky quote: "I don't go where the puck is."
And left it at that...not quite the same meaning is it...

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4 of the 10 were drafted last summer, that alone says alot about this list.
And your point?

2 x 2011 1st rnd draft picks have already been traded leading up to trade deadline.

Guess that says a lot about NHL GMs.
(No...I don't even know what that means...lol)

Unwoz...pls elaborate...

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02-26-2011, 12:02 AM
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Beau Bennett? Really? Boom or bust prospect, doing respectable in his development, in an area of great need for the organization despite the trade for Neal. But mostly he would not bring value at this stage of his developement to justify a move. He is not untouchable, obviously, just not worth jettisoning for what he could bring the Pens. Silly speculation.
I think Tangradi has a better chance of being traded than BB. I would love Tangradi to stay though, but I really see him being the center of any other trades that the pens would make to get anything in return unless we look at the waiver wire

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Canucks won't move Schroeder, he was a steal at 22nd at the draft.
I thought so, too, but what has he done since to prove it?

At this point I think a combination of a thin farm system to abate Vancouver's willingness to deal a prospect and his own underachievement to cool teams off from trading for him make a deal unlikely.

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02-26-2011, 12:24 AM
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If I were Burke I'd put my left nut in play for Evgeny Kuznetsov

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Who the hell wrote this? Did they just pick 10 names out of a hat and just make up reasons that make no sense at all? How does acquiring D Eric Brewer have any effect on a prospect wingers trade status.

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List is garbage.

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Yes, they would... but I can't see Washington trading him, nor the Blues being willing to give up what Washington would ask for in return.

I'd be interested in moving Boyes and Winchester to Montreal for Tinordi and a pick, however... Boyes gives Montreal more scoring, and Winchester gives them the big forward they keep looking for. Winchester's even learned how to plant his big carcass in front of the net and get some dirty goals, so that would be a benefit for the Habs in an Eastern Conference that has very few players who will do that (compared to the West).
Dude... Prussian blue?... You a Nazi?

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02-26-2011, 10:50 AM
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Yes, but the most complete player to ever play the game was NEVER traded.

Gretzky was a phenomenal scorer, the best scorer of all time... but as an all-around hockey player, he couldn't carry Gordie Howe's skates.

Gordie Howe would light you up on the scoreboard, and if you got lippy, he'd light you up with his fists, too. The phrase "Gordie Howe hat trick" was invented for a reason...
And yet, it's somewhat humorous that Gordie only had one of the hat-tricks that bears his name!

http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/mare...hattricks.html

Perhaps we should change it to the Rick Tocchet Hat Trick


EDIT: It appears he may have actually recorded TWO, according to: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_G...have&src=ansTT

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More like ten prospects that are mostly talked about by GMs come trade deadline day.

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02-26-2011, 11:12 AM
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McIlrath yea no,I highly doubt he has much trade value and either way I think he's worth more to the team in the future as a player than he's worth now in a trade. If that makes sense, anyway who made this list a toddler?

"buyer" team + trade deadline soon + top prospect= false speculation they'll be traded

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02-26-2011, 11:14 AM
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If I were Burke I'd put my left nut in play for Evgeny Kuznetsov
Think he already did for kessel, and we all know how that worked out.

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More like ten prospects that are mostly talked about by GMs come trade deadline day.
Actually a fair synopsis.

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Schenn is only being traded for a top 6 toward, nothing less

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Think he already did for kessel, and we all know how that worked out.
He is definitely not worth as much as Kessel

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I can't see the Canucks trading Schroeder just for the simple fact they're unlikely to get anyone that could actually help the big club for him. Part of a package maybe, but on his own?

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Pretty bad list, IMO. The only one that I could see getting dealt this deadline is Jordan Schroeder because he isn't their most valuable offensive prospect (as several of the guys on this list are the top prospects at their positions to their respective teams) and Vancouver is certainly a Cup contender. However, I wouldn't be at all surprised if they all stay put.

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