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12-25-2012, 06:05 AM
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I'm enjoying the game but the point totals are kind of unrealistic:

Crosby lead the league in goals with 48 (with one game to play; the next closest is Malkin with 36) and points with 90 (H. Sedin and B. Richards, both with one game to play, are tied for second with 77).
Scoring is really low, the goalies regularly post a save % north of .93, and I've seen some get .94%

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Started a rebuild with Florida, tanked the first season and got #3 overall pick. Made a couple of trades including Matt Bradley to Anaheim for a high 4th, and Marcel Goc to the Islanders for a 3rd and Marty Reasoner (bit of a crappy trade but I wanted to get rid of a center so Matthias could play) And my best trade was Scott Clemmensen and a 2nd to Nashville for a 1st.

2013 draft:

Round 1
#3: Jonathan Drouin, 4.5* gold, 62 overall (C)
#19: Morgan Klimchuk, 4* gold, 57 overall (C)

Round 3
#83: Peter Sakaris, 3.5* gold, 58 overall (LW)

Round 4
#93: Mackenzie Weegar, 3.5* gold, 50 overall (D)
#97: Mackenzie Brown, 3.5* gold, 45 overall (RW)

Round 5
#123: Mackenzie Skapski, 3.5* gold, 50 overall (G)

Round 6
#153: Glen Froese, 2* gold, 59 overall (RW)

Round 7
#183: Sergei Grebeshkov, 2* gold, 58 overall (D)



Starting the season with this roster:

Huberdeau 85 - Mueller 85 - Horton 84 (FA)
Fleischmann 82 - Matthias 83 - Versteeg 83
Upshall 79 - Wellman 82 - Kopecky 78
Bergenheim 78 - Shore 75 - Skille 74
(Parros 69) (Selleck 74)

Kulikov 87 - Kuba 85
Campbell 84 - Babchuk 79 (FA)
Ellerby 79 - Gudbranson 78
(Robak 76)

Markstrom 78
Greiss 76 (FA)


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12-25-2012, 09:59 AM
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Injury strikes and takes out one of the Stars Most Valuable forwards
March 5, 2013


Loui Eriksson beating a sprawled Jonathon Quick

It is a sad day for Dallas today as reports have confirmed that All-Star forward Loui Eriksson is indefinitely out for 2 months with a separated shoulder. Eriksson had been leading the club in points (55) and in assists (32) this year. This injury came from Devils forward David Clarkson who railed Loui into the bench while he was falling causing his shoulder to separate. "Loui was having a great year," said GM Dan Murray, "He was one of the leading reasons on our recent wins but with him gone now until late May, it's hard to day where we will be for the rest of the year." Another factor nor having to be taken into account is the lines. Most likely Benn will be shifted back to left wing while Roy takes the top line center position and Fiddler replaces him on the 2nd line. Though this brings up yet another question, how will Fiddler fit on that line? "Vernon is a very versatile player who I think can take up that position alongside Ray [Whitney] and Mike [Ryder]."

Well this also comes perfectly in time for the trade deadline also. The Stars currently sit at 7th in the West with a record of 32-24-6. It will be intereting now if Murray will be quiet or start making moves and he does have some reasons to do so which are listed below:

1. "With Eriksson out will the Star be able to keep up the offense?"
Eriksson was an important piece to this Dallas puzzle providing sensational offense to the powerplay. But without him, the Stars resort to now putting Jagr on the line who has been having an average year even though playing top line minutes.

2. "Growing tensions between Murray and Morrow could see Brendan leaving?"
From day one it seems that Brendan Morrow didn't like his new manager. For instance after the Fistric-Hejduk trade, he said, "Dan had no business trading Mark. He was a capable defenseman who was an important part to the penalty-kill last year." This also comes with Morrow's injuries plus poor point total (16) in 40 games.

3. "Kari Lehtonen injuries this season could be Dallas downfall?"
Lehtonen has been injuried three times this season already which has hurt the Stars but it seems as though Bachman had swooped in and saved the day again and also in style already accumulating a career-high 4 shutouts. But if Kari gets injuried again and for a longer period of time would Bachman be able to keep the wins up?

This is what the lineup will most likely look like with also Alex Goligoski out until the end of the month:


Jamie Benn "A" - Derek Roy - Jaromir Jagr "A"
Ray Whitney - Vernon Fiddler - Micheal Ryder
Brendan Morrow "C" - Milan Hejduk - Cody Eakin
Eric Nystrom - Toby Peterson - Radek Dvorak

Trevor Daley - Philip Larsen
Paul Ranger - Stephane Robidas
Aaron Rome - Maxime Fortunus

Kari Lehtonen
Richard Bachman

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12-25-2012, 10:46 AM
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Have a solid top 9 of:

Kessel(88)-Malkin(91)-Gaborik(89)
E. Kane(83)-Bergeron(86)-Havlat(85)
Barkov(62-rookie)-Faska(83)-Ross(79)

Crappy 4th line though, couldnt afford to have anyone other than rookies there. D is an area of weakness tho:

OEL(87)-Kronwall(87)
Rundblad(87)-Pyshk(70)
Erixon(75)-Morrow(67)

Trying to give the rookies some development but might trade for Brad Stuart(83) for cheap and dump Erixon.

I have in goal:

Lehtonen(86)
Campbell(73)

I was simming to the all star game yesterday and was 11th, basically at 500 record. I need 47 wins this year and I'm in a contract year as well, and then the game froze so I start back in Novemeber, I'll make a few changes haha. For development, is it important to start Campbell a few games?

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The Wild made it to the second round in year 1. On the deadline Wild acquired Teemu Pulkkinen as well as Jamie Langenbrunner who returned home to Minnesota to retire. In the draft the Wild moved up to 1st overall to select Jonathan Drouin.
Other picks:
16th overall - Darnell Nurse, D, 4*
2nd rnd - Joonas Valkonen, D, 3.5*
3rd rnd - Jordan Subban, D, 3.5*
4th rnd - Rasmus Kulmala, C, 3.5*
5th rnd - Antoine Bibeau, G, 3.5* and Brandon Potomak, LW, 3*
After the draft the Wild traded Dany Heatley, a 2nd round pick and Potomak to the Toronto Maple Leafs for Morgan Rielly and Jay McClement. After this the Wild made a two-year contract worth $4,6M/yr with Ryane Clowe and picked up winger Oskar Osala with a 1-year $1,4M contract. The moves made leave Minnesota with a lot of talented defensive prospects.
Projected line-up:
Parise - Koivu - Granlund
Setoguchi - Zajac - Clutterbuck
Palmieri - Brodziak - Clowe
Osala - McClement - McMillan
(Almond)

Suter - Spurgeon
Gilbert - Hamilton
Falk - Scandella
(Kampfer)

Bäckström
Harding
(Hackett)

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12-25-2012, 02:36 PM
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Started a rebuild with Florida, ...
Gudbranson really doesn't develop all that much, at least for me he did. I traded him in a package to Boston for Bergeron and McQuaid. Awesome trade.

Petrovic is a beast, he went from 78 to 86 overall after the second season. Also used Matthias in a Hartnell-like role as a wing on the first and second line, he's developing quite nicely.

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he's developing quite nicely.
How nicely? 'Cause I have him in GMC.

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How nicely? 'Cause I have him in GMC.
GMC development is different from BAGM development, so it's irrelevant.

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GMC development is different from BAGM development, so it's irrelevant.
Actually, yeah. That's right. And the rosters have already changed so whatever, I guess I'll find out.

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I drafted John Gibson in my GM Fantasy Draft. In year in the juniors went from 61 to 80! Then played back up in NHL the next year and went up to 85. I'd have him start but I currently have N. Backstrom who won back to back Vezina's and the Conn Smythe so I couldn't exatcly release him, but I've just been re-signing him to 1 year deals so I can let him go if need be

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The Wild made it to the second round in year 1. On the deadline Wild acquired Teemu Pulkkinen as well as Jamie Langenbrunner who returned home to Minnesota to retire. In the draft the Wild moved up to 1st overall to select Jonathan Drouin.
Other picks:
16th overall - Darnell Nurse, D, 4*
2nd rnd - Joonas Valkonen, D, 3.5*
3rd rnd - Jordan Subban, D, 3.5*
4th rnd - Rasmus Kulmala, C, 3.5*
5th rnd - Antoine Bibeau, G, 3.5* and Brandon Potomak, LW, 3*
After the draft the Wild traded Dany Heatley, a 2nd round pick and Potomak to the Toronto Maple Leafs for Morgan Rielly and Jay McClement.After this the Wild made a two-year contract worth $4,6M/yr with Ryane Clowe and picked up winger Oskar Osala with a 1-year $1,4M contract. The moves made leave Minnesota with a lot of talented defensive prospects.
Projected line-up:
Parise - Koivu - Granlund
Setoguchi - Zajac - Clutterbuck
Palmieri - Brodziak - Clowe
Osala - McClement - McMillan
(Almond)

Suter - Spurgeon
Gilbert - Hamilton
Falk - Scandella
(Kampfer)

Bäckström
Harding
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Epic

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Burke is going for the Cup NOW!

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Montréal Canadiens fire GM, and hire a new one.

Jordo is the new GM of the Montréal Canadiens after the recent firing of the old one. "I'm honoured to be working in the National Hockey League after spending time in the QMJHL. I plan on building through the draft, however I'd like to be as competitive as possible every year." Jordo's first task will be the 2012 Entry draft, where the Habs hold the third pick.

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(Note: players like Galchenyuk, Thrower, etc will already be on the team)

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Lipon Habs first choice

J.C. Lipon, chosen third overall, highlights a solid draft for the Canadiens. Players drafted, and overalls/potential:

1st round, 3rd overall-
JC Lipon, RW, 5'10" 178 lbs
59 ovr, 4 gold*

2nd round, 33rd overall-
Jean-Sébastien Dea, C, 5'11" 153 lbs
53 ovr, 3 gold*

3rd round, 63rd overall-
Max Iafrate, D, 6'2" 220 lbs
53 ovr, 3 gold*

4th round, 93rd overall-
Miles Koules, RW, 5'11" 189 lbs
49 ovr, 2.5 gold*

5th round, 123rd overall-
Peter Trainor, LW, 5'10" 189 lbs
55 ovr, 2.5 gold*

6th round, 153rd overall-
Maxim Lamarche, RD, 6'2" 195 lbs
56 ovr, 2.5 gold*

7th round, 183rd overall-
Alex Dubeau, G, 5'10" 158 lbs
49 ovr, 2.5 gold*

"It's an honour to be drafted by Montréal, and I can't wait to be a Candien one day." Lipon said. GM Jordo was pleased with his team's draft, "I am very happy, as a matter of fact, we got 6 guys in our top 100, and 2 in our top 20. The future is looking bright!"


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Avtsin, 4th traded for Hejduk

Milan Hejduk is the newest member of the Montreal Canadiens. GM Jordo says now the team can roll three scoring lines, "The experience Milan brings to this club will be inevitable to our success. He is a true leader, and we think he'll be a solid contributor for his time here in Montreal." Hejduk is also excited, "I can't wait to get to Montreal. I played lots of games at the Bell Centre, and they are the best fans in hockey. I can't wait 'til the fall."

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Does anybody know if you can edit a player's potential rating mid BGM mode? Also, can someone tell me what Reilly Smith's (Dallas Stars) overall and potential rating is now that's he's in the new roster update? Greatly appreciated.

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Does anybody know if you can edit a player's potential rating mid BGM mode? Also, can someone tell me what Reilly Smith's (Dallas Stars) overall and potential rating is now that's he's in the new roster update? Greatly appreciated.
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Dallas Stars 2012-2013 Wrap-up
June 12, 2013


Meet Mr. Rookie of the Year

Yes the year comes to an end as the Dallas Stars skimmed into 8th place with a record of 41-34-7 beating out the Columbus Blue Jackets. Though it didn't seem to matter as they were demolished in five games by the Minnesota Wild in the first round. It was a year of career-high's for some players like Jamie Benn. He made new career-bests in goals (35) and points (67). The NHL Awards were held recently and one name from the Dallas Stars was called up to that podium. Was it Jamie Benn for most goals? No. Was it Loui Eriksson for his outstanding sportsmanship? No. It was none other than Richard Bachman who was invited to the award show with other rookies Mikael Granlund and Simon Despres. We got a chance to talk to him in which he said, "I was surprised my name was called up. Simon and Mikael both had better seasons than me but I was happy to accept the award."

In the minors the team finished terribly in 29th and the leading scorer being Tomas Vincour with 51 points.

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How did he do? Stats? Overall rating that season and afterwards?

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June 12, 2013


Meet Mr. Rookie of the Year

Yes the year comes to an end as the Dallas Stars skimmed into 8th place with a record of 41-34-7 beating out the Columbus Blue Jackets. Though it didn't seem to matter as they were demolished in five games by the Minnesota Wild in the first round. It was a year of career-high's for some players like Jamie Benn. He made new career-bests in goals (35) and points (67). The NHL Awards were held recently and one name from the Dallas Stars was called up to that podium. Was it Jamie Benn for most goals? No. Was it Loui Eriksson for his outstanding sportsmanship? No. It was none other than Richard Bachman who was invited to the award show with other rookies Mikael Granlund and Simon Despres. We got a chance to talk to him in which he said, "I was surprised my name was called up. Simon and Mikael both had better seasons than me but I was happy to accept the award."

In the minors the team finished terribly in 29th and the leading scorer being Tomas Vincour with 51 points.

Next up is the NHL Draft which is where we will get coverage for you!

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So in my GM Connected sim league, I drafted a 2-star Tough Guy dman 139th overall. 2 years later, he's gone from a 59 OVR to a 70 OVR and, based on his attributes, it looks like he still has room to grow (the usual attributes that a TGH develops are all still pretty low) Just signed him to his ELC at age 21.

It would be pretty awesome to see a 2-star guy grow into something useful

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So in my GM Connected sim league, I drafted a 2-star Tough Guy dman 139th overall. 2 years later, he's gone from a 59 OVR to a 70 OVR and, based on his attributes, it looks like he still has room to grow (the usual attributes that a TGH develops are all still pretty low) Just signed him to his ELC at age 21.

It would be pretty awesome to see a 2-star guy grow into something useful
I find with later draft picks it's always best to draft grinders and tough guys because they can still make the NHL even if they're only 2.5 or 2 stars

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Yeah sorry made that post really late and wanted to get to bed

But he was a 74 overall during the season and he posted a .916 save percentage, 2.48 GAA, and 4 shutouts. He jumped the next season to 81 overall

By the way to everyone I forgot to mention the trade deadline at all so basically I followed trough and traded Morrow because I needed the cap plus I got a good deal where I sent him, Teuvo Teravainen, and Alex Theriau in exchange for Ryan Murray and Steven Delisle.

Lastly I traded 2 7ths and two scrubs to Anaheim for Saku Koivu (Needed better second line center than Fiddler)

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2013 Draft and Free Agency
July 1st, 2013


Welcome the newest member of the Stars Franchise

The NHL Draft has come and gone once again but this year the Stars had one of their best drafts in years gaining some much needed depth. The most important of these draftees was defenseman Ryan O'Connor who last year for the Barrie Colts posted 15 points in 30 games quarterbacking an outstanding powerplay. He will be one of the few prospects invited to training camp to see if they are good enough to make the roster. The list of draftees this year are listed below:

1st Round (16th overall): Ryan O'Connor
Age: 21
Team: Barrie
League: OHL

2nd Round (46th overall): Alexsander Barkov
Age: 17
Team: Tappara
League: SM-Liiga

3rd Round (76th overall): Nick Betz
Age: 17
Team: Erie
League: OHL

4th Round (106th overall): Austin Fyten
Age: 22
Team: Lethbridge
League: WHL

5th Round (124th overall): Alex Belzile
Age: 21
Team: Rimouski
League: QMJHL

5th Round (136th overall): Benjamin Owens
Age: 19
Team: TPS
League: SM-Liiga

6th Round (166th overall): Raphael Pouliot
Age: 22
Team: Blainville-Boisbriand
League: QMJHL

During the resign week the Stars had no trouble signing their All-star players like Jamie Benn, Derek Roy, and Kari Lehtonen. But the team did have to let go of two recent fan favorites in Milan Hejduk and Radek Dvorak. "They both played amazingly last year and I tried to come to agreement with both of them but what they were asking for was way too overpriced for us so we reluctantly had to let them go," said GM Dan Murray. There was also some interesting Free Agency signings like prospect goaltender Lauren Broissoit who was released by Calgary. Murray signed Oskar Osala, Mike Santorelli, and Bud Holloway immediately out of Free Agency which some now to believe will be put together and form a good checking third line. But at this point it is all speculation as they could mix and be matched throughout the lineup. The full list of signings and releases are listed below:

Resignings:

Derek Roy 4 years 5.750m/year
Jamie Benn 5 years 6.000m/year
Michael Ryder 2 years 2.400m/year
Kari Lehtonen 6 years 6.250m/year
Richard Bachman 3 years 1.450m/year
Tomas Vincour 2 years 0.650m/year
Jordie Benn 2 years 0.720m/year
Jack Coyle 3 years 0.650m/year
Steven Delisle 1 year 0.535m/year
John Klingberg 2 years 0.590/year
Perttu Lindgren 2 years 0.750m/year
Mathieu Tousignant 1 year 0.550m/year
Eric Nystrom 1 year 0.905m/year
Colton Sceviour 1 year 0.590m/year
Jaromir Jagr 1 year 2.500m/year

Releases:

Andrew Raycroft
Travis Morin
Francis Wathier
Tyler Sloan
Brad Lukowich
Maxime Fortunius
Ryan Garbutt
Tristan King
Luke Gazdic
Radek Dvorak
Milan Hejduk

FA Signings:

Bud Holloway 2 years 2.200m/year
Oskar Osala 1 year 2.450m/year
Mike Santorelli 1 year 2.200m/year
Laurent Broissoit 3 years 0.750m/year
Keegan Lowe 3 years 0.800m/year
Dan Ellis 1 year 1.170m/year
Kevin Klein 1 year 2.120m/year

Trades:

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SPORTS BROADCASTERS UPSET WITH LACK OF TRADES AT DEADLINE
March 4, 2014

Just 2 trades occurred this morning and afternoon on the trading deadling in the NHL, leaving networks like TSN, Sportsnet, and the like scrambling to fill their many hours of programming today.

It started off well, with Boston and Los Angeles striking a significant deal which sent Boston's top defenseman, Dennis Seidenberg, and Aaron Voros, a 4th liner, to the Kings in exchange for top prospect Tyler Toffoli, defensive prospect Colin Miller, and the Kings' 1st round pick in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft.

However, as the hours passed, it quickly became apparent that this would not be an exciting day. Around 1 PM, Pittsburgh and St. Louis reached an agreement that sent veteran defender Radek Martinek to Pittsburgh along with a 3rd rounder for the Penguins' 2014 1st round pick, which provided some material to criticize Pittsburgh's management, but that would remain the last trade of the season.

The Blue Jackets didn't make any moves for the second consecutive year, despite entering the trade deadline on a 3-game losing streak and currently occupying the 8th seed in the Western Conference with a 33-27-6 record.

2013-2014 Trade Summary

To COL:
G Martin Brodeur (87)

To NJD:
2014 1st (COL)
2014 3rd (COL)

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To BOS:
LW Ryan Smyth (83)

To EDM:
2014 1st (BOS)

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To NSH:
2014 1st (SJS)

To SJS:
D Tom Poti (81)

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To BOS:
RW Dainius Zubrus (79)

To NJD:
C Patrik Lundh (77, 3.0Y)

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To BUF:
D Roman Hamrlik (84)

To WSH:
C Justin Kea (52, 3.0Y)

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To COL:
C Ryan Kujawinski (61, 3.5Y)

To SJS:
RW Milan Hejduk (83)

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To NYR:
D Chris Phillips (81)

To OTT:
2014 2nd (NYR)
2015 3rd (NYR)

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To CGY:
D Nick Walters (53, 3.0Y)
2014 2nd (STL)

To STL:
RW Jarome Iginla (86)

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To DAL:
2014 1st (FLA)

To FLA:
G Richard Bachman (82, 3.5Y)

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To CGY:
RW Steve Bernier (76)

To NJD:
2015 3rd (CGY)

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To BUF:
RW Bobby Butler (78)

To NJD:
G Andrei Makarov (67, 3.0Y)
C Taylor Vause (59, 2.5Y)

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To ANA:
LW T.J. Galiardi (78, 3.0Y)

To SJS:
D Sheldon Souray (80)

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To PHI:
RW Radim Vrbata (83)

To PHX:
RW Marcel Noebels (70, 3.0Y)
D Marc-Anthony Zanetti (64, 2.5Y)

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To BOS:
C Tyler Toffoli (68, 4.0Y)
D Colin Miller (55, 3.0Y)
2014 1st (LAK)

To LAK:
D Dennis Seidenberg (88)
RW Aaron Voros (73)

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To PIT:
D Radek Martinek (80)
2014 3rd (STL)

To STL:
2014 1st (PIT)

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