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Most One-sided Trade of All-Time?

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10-02-2012, 04:57 PM
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Zubov for k. hatcher who eventually was dealt for peter popvic...

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10-02-2012, 05:10 PM
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Just remembered this one

Phil Esposito, Ken Hodge and Fred Stanfield for Gilles Marotte, Hubert "Pit" Martin and Jack Norris

Seriously!!!!!
A 70+ goal scorer, a 50+ goal scorer and a 20+ goal scorer for
a backup goaltender, a 30 goal scorer and a defenseman.

This is the trade that immediately came to my mind.

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10-02-2012, 05:15 PM
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Maybe not the most lopsided of all time, but a pretty bad one for the Kings was trading their first round pick of 1979 for Ron Grahame to Boston. That first round pick ended up being Ray Bourque.

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10-02-2012, 05:16 PM
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Pit Martin is in pretty high regard in Hawks history. Obviously not as good as Phil, but I wouldn't call it enough to warrant the company of some of the trades in this thread.
I recently read an article that named this as the most lopsided trade of all time and I tend to agree. Hindsight is 20/20, and looking back at that trade, what Boston gave up shouldn't even have been enough to get Hodge never mind Esposito.

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10-02-2012, 05:16 PM
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Chris Chelios and a 2nd round pick in 1991 to Chicago for Denis Savard.

Islanders trade Roberto Luongo and Oli Jokinen to Florida for Mark Parrish and Oleg Kvasha

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10-02-2012, 05:16 PM
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I remember hearing about a player who got traded for a bus. Not sure if it was the NHL.

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10-02-2012, 05:17 PM
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Hasek for Stephane Beauregard and future considerations.
Definitely this. The best goalie of all time for this.

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10-02-2012, 07:40 PM
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Definitely this. The best goalie of all time for this.
I think your a little confused. Roy wasn't traded for Stephane Beauregard and future considerations.

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10-02-2012, 08:09 PM
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Let's go back to 1971 where le Démon blond is the first pick overall, but Montreal isn't likely to get him, so Sam Pollock trades for the California Golden Seals' first round pick and FranÇois Lacombe for their own first rounder and Ernie Hicke. For "pick insurance", Pollock traded Ralph Backstrom to the Kings, ensuring they would not finish last overall and thus Lafleur would become a household name in the NHL.

Such a ****** move, but so, so nice.
See, I've never understood this little tidbit of history. People always leave out that the #2 pick in that draft was Marcel Dionne. Is Guy Lefluer that much better than Dionne? If you put Dionne on that Habs team he wins a couple of Cups too, no doubt.

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It's not "the most" but it's pretty ridiculously lopsided.

From the Oil

To Edm: Craig Millar and Barrie Moore

To Buf: Miroslav Satan

He was a damned good player for Buffalo, the Oilers got nothing out of that junk.

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Bertuzzi and McCabe for Trevor Linden(he finished his career back at Vancouver)

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It used to be worse for us. Thanks to MacLean being an idiot and a fool Dallas was drafting with our second-round draft pick three years in a row (2002, 2003, 2004), and one of those was Loui Eriksson.

You'd think after that we'd have learned our lesson about trading any draft picks at all to Dallas. Sadly, Howson was still brand-new to Columbus at the time and nobody had warned him.
I hear ya man. Trading 3 5's for 1 4 is a little silly to me. I'd be irked too if I was you. Is Mayorov progressing for you guys (sorry don't really follow CBJ prospects)?

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10-02-2012, 11:53 PM
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Not the most lopsided trade in history, but one that tilted heavily in one team's direction.

The Calgary Flames traded Mike Bullard, who was coming off a 103-point season; Craig Coxe; and Tim Corkey to St. Louis. In return, they received Doug Gilmour, Mark Hunter, Michael Dark and Steve Bozek.

Gilmour and Hunter played key roles in the Flames' 1989 Stanley Cup run. Gilmour, as well all know, would develop into one of the best two-way centres in the NHL.

Bullard would only play 20 games for the Blues before being traded to Philadelphia for Peter Zezel. Bullard would end up playing in Switzerland in 1990 before playing one last season with the Leafs in 1991-92.

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10-02-2012, 11:57 PM
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I hear ya man. Trading 3 5's for 1 4 is a little silly to me. I'd be irked too if I was you. Is Mayorov progressing for you guys (sorry don't really follow CBJ prospects)?
Not really. He was showing signs of doing well as a two-way forward, though... and then he opted to sign in the KHL this offseason instead of with us.

That said, it's a one year contract (with Ak Bars) and we do still have his RFA rights.

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It seems like the Oilers got virtually nothing for any of the Boys on the bus when they were all shipped.

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10-03-2012, 12:00 AM
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And here's another Blues-Flames deal.

In 1986, Calgary traded Ed Beers, Charlie Bourgeois, and Gino Cavallini to St. Louis. Beers would only play 24 games for the Blues, forced into retirement due to injury. Bourgeois and Cavallini would have decent careers as a bottom-pairing defenceman and a bottom-6 forward, respectively.

Calgary received Joey Mullen, Terry Johnson, and Rik Wilson. Johnson and Wilson were depth players, but Mullen would end up having 2 40+ goal seasons, 1 51-goal season, and a 36-goal season. He was also a key cog in the Flames' 1989 Cup run.

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And here's another Blues-Flames deal.

In 1986, Calgary traded Ed Beers, Charlie Bourgeois, and Gino Cavallini to St. Louis. Beers would only play 24 games for the Blues, forced into retirement due to injury. Bourgeois and Cavallini would have decent careers as a bottom-pairing defenceman and a bottom-6 forward, respectively.

Calgary received Joey Mullen, Terry Johnson, and Rik Wilson. Johnson and Wilson were depth players, but Mullen would end up having 2 40+ goal seasons, 1 51-goal season, and a 36-goal season. He was also a key cog in the Flames' 1989 Cup run.
And after that Joe Mullen was traded to the Penguins for a 2nd round draft pick; he helped them win their first 2 Stanley Cups.

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10-03-2012, 12:41 AM
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Definitely this. The best goalie of all time for this.
Hasek for Beauregard plus 4th (Daze) is pretty lopsided because of who it was. But Daze was a serviceable player for a few year, so there are decent chances that there's an even more lopsided trade.

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Just remembered this one

Phil Esposito, Ken Hodge and Fred Stanfield for Gilles Marotte, Hubert "Pit" Martin and Jack Norris

Seriously!!!!!
Definitely this^

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Hasek for Stephane Beauregard and future considerations.
That would be my winner. In defense of the Yashin trade (and similar trades involving potential stars), though it ended up an abomination, Yashin did seem like a potential franchise player at the time. But Beauregard wasn't even that impressive in the minors.

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I think your a little confused. Roy wasn't traded for Stephane Beauregard and future considerations.
I think you're confused about who the best goalie was.

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Does anyone know what they spent the dollar on?
two bullets??

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The Gilmour trade was pretty one-sided.
the one to Toronto from Calgary was that way too, Gary Leeman, Alexander Godynyuk, Jeff Reese, Michel Petit and Craig Berube. Quantity over Quality,
Doug Gilmour, Jamie Macoun, Ric Nattress, Kent Manderville and Rick Wamsley

Worst? One of the worst was Tom Kurvers for what would be Scott Niedermeyer, why?? Because the Leafs needed defensive help and a good faceoff man.......
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I think you're confused about who the best goalie was.


Nah.I just side with most of the experts.
On the trades,Some real good ones in this thread.

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Sabres aquired:

Daniel Briere
2004 3rd round pick (#71-Andrej Sekera)

Coyotes aquired:

Chris Gratton
2004 4th round pick (#112-Liam Reddox)

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Terry Sawchuk to or from Detroit... in general.

From Detroit:
G Terry Sawchuk, (age 24)in his prime and the best goalie in the world.
LW Vic Stasiuk (age 25)
LW/RW Marcel Bonin (age 21)
RW Lorne Davis (age 25)

Traded From Boston:
LW Ed Sandford (age 26)
LW Real Chevrefils (age 22)
C/RW Norm Corcoran (age 23)
G Gilles Boisvert (age 22)
D Warren Godfrey (age 24)

The second best player in that deal was Stasiuk. Boisvert never played a game in the NHL, and Godfrey and Corcoran only played 2 each for the Wings before going to Boston and for free, respectively. Chevrefils played 38 games in one season with Detroit. Sandford only played 4, being dealt almost immediately to Chicago to reacquire C Metro Prystai - who had been traded a year earlier for Davis. No picks or other players in either deal.

So Prystai=Davis=Sanford=Prystai. That plus Boisvert never playing and Godfrey basically never playing for Detroit means Sawchuk+Stasiuk+Bonin=Cheverfils.

Terrible.

Fast-forward two years. This is the killer.

From Detroit:
LW Johnny Bucyk (age 22)
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To Detroit:
G Terry Sawchuk (age 27)

Bucyk, as we all know, scored 545 goals and 1339 points for Boston in 1436 GP, with a peak 51-65-116 season in 1970-71

The Wings had just dealt Sawchuk away for scraps two years prior. Sawchuk would play three more years as the clear starter before becoming a tandem goalie with Hank Bassen (who?) and then being claimed by Toronto in the Intra-League draft in 1964; Detroit would continue on with Roger Crozier while Sawchuk was claimed by Los Angeles in the 1967 expansion. He played one year as a King before...

To Detroit:
G Terry Sawchuk (age 37)

To LA:
C Jimmy Peters

He played out one final year as a Wing, and was then traded away again.

To NYR:
G Terry Sawchuk (age 39)
LW Sandy Snow (age 22)

To Detroit:
LW Larry Jeffrey (age 28)

Jeffrey, yet another re-acquisition, would be involved in an auto accident that fall and did not play another NHL game after the trade. The Rangers ended up effectively getting Sawchuk for free.

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