Poile and Sather have made 3 deals swapping picks. In 2008,the Rangers traded a 4th in 09 to NSH for a 4th in 08. The Rangers traded their pick in 08 for Backman. Last year,the Rangers swapped their 6th in this draft for a 6th in 2011. The Rangers traded their pick in 11 to PHX for Eriksson. Todays trade.
Would Zharkov not have been a good pick? Is Zack Stepan really that bad that he's not worth a chance?
Im only asking because I legitimately don't know.
I feel like this is such an appropriate quote for these boards...
"Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level, and then beat you with experience"-Mark Twain
I don't get it either. Especially a decision to trade a 3rd round pick for a future 3rd? I think it's safe to assume that Gordie & Co. know more about the available prospects than the average HF draft follower.
No, we traded a kid that a commentator compared to Brad Marchand for a 3rd.
NO! WE ACTUALLY TRADED A CLEAR IMPACT PLAYER FOR A THIRD. THE TEAM DOESN'T KNOW WHAT THEY ARE DOING WHARBLBARBLDFIHDS9FU3841208FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!
"Of course giving Sather cap space is like giving teenagers whiskey and car keys." - SBOB "Watching Sather build a team is like watching a blind man with no fingers trying to put together an elaborate puzzle." - Shadowtron
Sestito still on the make a wish tour. - rholt168
The ultimate sleeper would be Connor Hellebuyck, a massive (6-4, 185) netminder who plays in the unlikely destination of Odessa, Texas. He's a kid that we kept noticing every time we went to North American Hockey League tournaments to check out Anthony Stolarz. The 1993 birthdate is a classic case of a late bloomer who is raw as hell, but had the size and physical tools (quick feet, sharp glove) necessary to become a good prospect.