One of those picks would have been Larry Robinson. Goes to show sometimes the best trades are the ones you don't make
Robinson was picked in the 2nd round 20th overall. Those picks were Arnason and Murray. Either way it's just speculation on my part. I don't know for certain what was on the table, only that the Habs were to receive the #2 pick.
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Pierre Turgeon with Brett Hull
Bobby Hull with any linemate in the 76 Canada Cup
and what would have been the most terrifying combo ever....
Wayne Gretzky and Mike Bossy.
Gretzky and Bossy both played on the 1981 Canada Cup teams...but not together on the same line.....Gretzky centered a line with Guy LaFleur and Gilbert Perreault; that was Canada's top line and the second line if I recall correctly was made up of New York Islanders players; Bossy-Trottier-Gillies.........the Russians SPANKED Canada in the Finals...........three short years later Gretzky and Bossy would once again dawn the Canadian Red Maple Leaf but again they were not placed together on the same line.......Bossy was on a New York Islanders line but this time instead of Trottier and Gillies he had Brnt Sutter at Centre and John Tonelli on the leftwing.......this was a team made up of players from both the Islanders and Oilers Stanley Cup dynasty teams.