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05-26-2007, 11:15 AM
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a few trade proposals for no1 pick

chicago trades no1in 2007 and cam barker to edmonton for horcoff,torres and 6th overall.
chicago trades no1 in2007 and ruutu to columbus for no7th overall and zherdev.
chicago tradesno1 in 2007 and ruutu to florida for no10 overall and horton.

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05-26-2007, 11:23 AM
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Even in a draft like this, Chicago gets housed on all three deals.

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Even in a draft like this, Chicago gets housed on all three deals.
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chicago tradesno1 in 2007 and ruutu to florida for no10 overall and horton.
Except that one...that package is not worth Horton alone.

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terrible trades.

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Why does Chicago have to add anything with the #1 pick?

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Even in a draft like this, Chicago gets housed on all three deals.
chicago trades no1in 2007 and cam barker to edmonton for horcoff,torres and 6th overall.






EDIT- Sorry.. I didn't notice he included Cam Barker... your 100 correct in your assessment.

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chicago trades 1OA in 2007 and Ruutu for Higgins + Kovalev ???

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chicago trades 1OA in 2007 and Ruutu for Higgins + Kovalev ???

i wouldn't take this package for higgins all alone.

An injury prone guy and a 1st OA that can bring you a pretty good player, but not as Important as Higgins is to the Habs because of his dedication to the habs and his leadership

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If the hawks trade the pick--they would for picks in next years draft and not this years draft

I was reading one article that more or less suggested that whomever goes 1 this year would have been taken 8th next year

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i wouldn't take this package for higgins all alone.

An injury prone guy and a 1st OA that can bring you a pretty good player, but not as Important as Higgins is to the Habs because of his dedication to the habs and his leadership
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Horton - 31G 31A -62pts

Ruutu - 17G 21A -38pts (or very close)

Why in the world would Florida do this? Ruutu's a great player, but Horton has gotten a lot better faster. Just to move up 9 spaces, doesn't make much sense...

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Horton - 31G 31A -62pts

Ruutu - 17G 21A -38pts (or very close)

Why in the world would Florida do this? Ruutu's a great player, but Horton has gotten a lot better faster. Just to move up 9 spaces, doesn't make much sense...
Point production has nothing to do with it. If Ruutu could stay healthy, he'd have similar numbers to Horton. Its his health problems that would nix any potential deal.

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chicago trades no1in 2007 and cam barker to edmonton for horcoff,torres and 6th overall.
In 2009 sure. Maybe in 2008. Not this year. You think can you finish last next year? Please do, then we'll talk.

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In 2009 sure. Maybe in 2008. Not this year. You think can you finish last next year? Please do, then we'll talk.
I thought the Oilers would be willing to trade Horcoff and Torres for Barker straight up.

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In 2009 sure. Maybe in 2008. Not this year. You think can you finish last next year? Please do, then we'll talk.
Wow so you wouldn't take that deal? Personally the Hawks get bent over on all but the Florida deal which is lop sided in their favour.

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I thought the Oilers would be willing to trade Horcoff and Torres for Barker straight up.
I know the oil need a #1 d-man but Barker is by no wmeans that yet. He may become that player, but the oil wouldn't mov ethose 2 players for Him at this time.

If it was Boumeister or Pitkanen maybe!

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Point production has nothing to do with it. If Ruutu could stay healthy, he'd have similar numbers to Horton. Its his health problems that would nix any potential deal.
Ruutu's a great player and I agree if he could stay healthy he would possibly put up the same numbers, I just don't see where this deal makes sense. To send over a guy who's at Horton's level for Ruutu just to move up 9 spots doesn't make much sense. Horton had an injury bug, too, but he's been here for awhile now and is gelling with the other guys.

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Ruutu's a great player and I agree if he could stay healthy he would possibly put up the same numbers, I just don't see where this deal makes sense. To send over a guy who's at Horton's level for Ruutu just to move up 9 spots doesn't make much sense. Horton had an injury bug, too, but he's been here for awhile now and is gelling with the other guys.
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Don't forget the or some ppl may actually think you are serious.

i am damn dead serious

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chicago trades no1in 2007 and cam barker to edmonton for horcoff,torres and 6th overall.
chicago trades no1 in2007 and ruutu to columbus for no7th overall and zherdev.
chicago tradesno1 in 2007 and ruutu to florida for no10 overall and horton.
No, no and no.

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Don't forget the or some ppl may actually think you are serious.
I would not trade Higgins too... He is the future captain, something much more valuable at this point for us, and he was on pace for 30 goals...He will be a good 30-40 goals scorer with a great 2-way games for a long time with the tag of the habs tatooed on his heart, however value wise its worth it.

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chicago trades no1in 2007 and cam barker to edmonton for horcoff,torres and 6th overall.
chicago trades no1 in2007 and ruutu to columbus for no7th overall and zherdev.
chicago tradesno1 in 2007 and ruutu to florida for no10 overall and horton.
Trading the #1 pick is one thing but why is Chicago adding outstanding young players to the deal. They trade down yet add one of their better players in either Barker or Ruutu? I don't get it.

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i wouldn't take this package for higgins all alone.

An injury prone guy and a 1st OA that can bring you a pretty good player, but not as Important as Higgins is to the Habs because of his dedication to the habs and his leadership
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Except that one...that package is not worth Horton alone.


I don't care how weak the draft is, a 1st overall pick is pretty much the ultimate bargaining chip.

With the exception of Crosby, Ovechkin, Hossa, Heatley, and a few other younger superstars (or potential superstars like Kopitar or the Johnsons), the number one pick could net you any almost any other player in the league.

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Ruutu's a great player and I agree if he could stay healthy he would possibly put up the same numbers, I just don't see where this deal makes sense. To send over a guy who's at Horton's level for Ruutu just to move up 9 spots doesn't make much sense. Horton had an injury bug, too, but he's been here for awhile now and is gelling with the other guys.
I didn't say I would do the deal. I would want Barker and something else possibly thrown in if I was dealing Horton to Chicago, besides the swap of picks. But I wouldn't deal Horton to Chicago. Olesz sure. Many of the prospects, sure. But not Horton, Weiss, or Bouw. Those are the three Florida needs to build around for their future. If I was dealing one of those three, I'd want an under 25 goalie in the ilk of Lehtonen. Somoene to replace Luongo.

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I don't care how weak the draft is, a 1st overall pick is pretty much the ultimate bargaining chip.

With the exception of Crosby, Ovechkin, Hossa, Heatley, and a few other younger superstars (or potential superstars like Kopitar or the Johnsons), the number one pick could net you any almost any other player in the league.
I'd rather have an established player like Horton or Higgins then a potential equal player with a chance to bust

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