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Justin falk to NYR for a 6th round pick (2014) and Ben ferriero

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06-30-2013, 02:50 PM
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Wonder if the pick is going to be used for a packaged deal elsewhere? We don't exactly draft well that late in the game.
Uh what? Kuemper and Gustafsson are late round picks along with Haula and Graovac.

As for the trade. We got a lot of Falk's in the lineup. Don't blame them a bit for moving him.

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Wonder if the pick is going to be used for a packaged deal elsewhere? We don't exactly draft well that late in the game.
Not sure where you get that idea, DR has been gone for a while now...that could be another good goalie prospect...

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The only bad thing about trading Falk is that we are losing size. Even so, this trade doesn't bother me at all.

I doubt Ferriero sees any NHL time ever.

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The only bad thing about trading Falk is that we are losing size. Even so, this trade doesn't bother me at all.

I doubt Ferriero sees any NHL time ever.
Technically, if the guy was going to walk next week...the Wild don't lose a thing in this trade. I think the Wild were going to let him walk if he wasn't traded.

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Pretty much a junk for junk trade, although we traded away a position of weakness. Don't quite get that. Neither player will be making much of an impact in the NHL.

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