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Best Trade In Team History: Chicago

View Poll Results: Blackhawks/Black Hawks
Art Coulter for Earl Seibert (1936) 0 0%
Cash for Roy Conacher (1947) 1 0.84%
Harry Lumley for Cal Gardner, Ray Hannigan, Gus Mortson, Al Rollins (1952) 0 0%
Cash for Ed Litzenberger (1954) 0 0%
Cash for Harry Lumley, Eric Nesterenko (1956) 0 0%
Hank Bassen, Forbes Kennedy, Bill Preston, Johnny Wilson for Glenn Hall, Ted Lindsay (1957) 38 31.93%
Reggie Fleming, Ab McDonald for Doug Mohns (1964) 0 0%
Jerry Korab, Gary Smith for Dale Tallon (1973) 0 0%
Mike Christie, Len Frig for Ivan Boldirev (1974) 0 0%
Agreement not to take Real Cloutier in 1979 reclaim draft for 1st round pick (Denis Savard) (1979) 33 27.73%
Mike O'Connell for Al Secord (1980) 0 0%
Curt Fraser for Dirk Graham (1988) 0 0%
Denis Savard for Chris Chelios, pick (1990) 19 15.97%
Stephane Matteau, Brian Noonan for Tony Amonte (1994) 4 3.36%
Bryan Muir, Reid Simpson for Michael Nylander (1999) 0 0%
Alexander Karpovtsev for 4th (Niklas Hjalmarsson) (2004) 1 0.84%
Matt Ellison, pick for Patrick Sharp, Eric Meloche (2005) 15 12.61%
Michal Barinka, Josh Hennessy, Tom Preissing, pick for Martin Havlat, Bryan Smolinski (2006) 1 0.84%
Brandon Bochenski for Kris Versteeg (2007) 1 0.84%
Tuomo Ruutu for Andrew Ladd (2008) 1 0.84%
Cam Barker for Kim Johnsson, Nick Leddy (2010) 5 4.20%
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02-18-2013, 05:23 PM
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Blackhawks/Black Hawks
Art Coulter for Earl Seibert (1936)
Cash for Roy Conacher (1947)
Harry Lumley for Cal Gardner, Ray Hannigan, Gus Mortson, Al Rollins (1952)
Cash for Ed Litzenberger (1954)
Cash for Harry Lumley, Eric Nesterenko (1956)
Hank Bassen, Forbes Kennedy, Bill Preston, Johnny Wilson for Glenn Hall, Ted Lindsay (1957)
Reggie Fleming, Ab McDonald for Doug Mohns (1964)
Jerry Korab, Gary Smith for Dale Tallon (1973)
Mike Christie, Len Frig for Ivan Boldirev (1974)
Agreement not to take Real Cloutier in 1979 reclaim draft for 1st round pick (Denis Savard) (1979)
Mike O'Connell for Al Secord (1980)
Curt Fraser for Dirk Graham (1988)
Denis Savard for Chris Chelios, pick (1990)
Stephane Matteau, Brian Noonan for Tony Amonte (1994)
Bryan Muir, Reid Simpson for Michael Nylander (1999)
Alexander Karpovtsev for 4th (Niklas Hjalmarsson) (2004)
Matt Ellison, pick for Patrick Sharp, Eric Meloche (2005)
Michal Barinka, Josh Hennessy, Tom Preissing, pick for Martin Havlat, Bryan Smolinski (2006)
Brandon Bochenski for Kris Versteeg (2007)
Tuomo Ruutu for Andrew Ladd (2008)
Cam Barker for Kim Johnsson, Nick Leddy (2010)
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You play to win the Cup. The bolds are the only ones that helped do that.

I'll go with Hall, but it honestly could be Sharp or possibly Leddy when it's all said and done.

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02-18-2013, 05:35 PM
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You play to win the Cup. The bolds are the only ones that helped do that.
Which move was better for Tampa Bay?

1) Trading a draft pick for Ruslan Fedotenko;

2) Drafting Steven Stamkos

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Which move was better for Tampa Bay?

1) Trading a draft pick for Ruslan Fedotenko;

2) Drafting Steven Stamkos
Apples and oranges.

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Apples and oranges.
Not really. Fedotenko had an amazing playoff run in 2004 and even scored two goals, including the Cup winner, in the final game of the finals. He directly contributed to a Stanley Cup, and we can argue that Tampa doesn't win a Cup without Fedotenko.

Stamkos hasn't helped Tampa win a Cup yet, much like Denis Savard and Chris Chelios during their time with Chicago.

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02-18-2013, 07:37 PM
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Not really. Fedotenko had an amazing playoff run in 2004 and even scored two goals, including the Cup winner, in the final game of the finals. He directly contributed to a Stanley Cup, and we can argue that Tampa doesn't win a Cup without Fedotenko.

Stamkos hasn't helped Tampa win a Cup yet, much like Denis Savard and Chris Chelios during their time with Chicago.
Yes but we're talking about trades, not the draft. It's completely different.

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Yes but we're talking about trades, not the draft. It's completely different.
Alright... for the sake of accuracy, how about this:


1) Los Angeles trades Terry Harper, Dan Maloney and a 2nd (Jim Roberts) to Detroit for Marcel Dionne and Bart Crashley

2) Los Angeles trades Colten Teubert, a 1st (Oskar Klefbom) and a 3rd to Edmonton for Dustin Penner

Which trade was better?

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Alright... for the sake of accuracy, how about this:


1) Los Angeles trades Terry Harper, Dan Maloney and a 2nd (Jim Roberts) to Detroit for Marcel Dionne and Bart Crashley

2) Los Angeles trades Colten Teubert, a 1st (Oskar Klefbom) and a 3rd to Edmonton for Dustin Penner

Which trade was better?
The Dionne trade.

Ask the same question with Mike Richards though, and it's the Mike Richards trade.

Putting up a ton of points and being as entertaining a player as Dionne was is great. He was a phenomenal talent.. but I bet if you asked him, he'd trade alot of the points he scored for a Stanley Cup ring.

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The Dionne trade.

Ask the same question with Mike Richards though, and it's the Mike Richards trade.

Putting up a ton of points and being as entertaining a player as Dionne was is great. He was a phenomenal talent.. but I bet if you asked him, he'd trade alot of the points he scored for a Stanley Cup ring.
Well I see your point, but you're wrong about Dionne specifically. Dionne was all about Dionne, and cared more about his personal statistics than a Stanley Cup, and he's admitted as much.

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It has to be Ted Lindsay. I know he only played a couple seasons in Chicago but he was still a great player on a bad team at the time. They managed to get a guy who can be considered as one of the 30 or 40 best players of the game (and Hall probably is top 40 as well) for a bunch of unnoticeable. Forget the outcome and how it helped them, imagine two stars being traded for that return today. Btw, I'm convinced that Chicago would not have won the cup in 1961 without Ted Lindsay because although he was not there for the 60/61 season because he retired early, his tough mentality and captaincy from the seasons before is what helped that team win the cup along with Hall.

The reason for that trade is well documented. Jack Adams and Norris were pissed that Lindsay started the NHLPA with Hall helping out and they shipped him out of Detroit out of petty. THere's even a film showing the whole thing, Net Worth made by the CBC in 1995.

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Voting as it is tells the results.

Hall
Savard
Chelios
Sharp

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It is ridiculous how spread out these poll's end up.

I mean there is one vote for Tuomo Ruutu for Andrew Ladd. Seriously.

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I overlooked Hall accidentally, would've voted for him had I not missed it. Went with Savard, which definitely comes in 2nd.

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Chelios trade

#1 is Hall

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