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What did the Flyers give up to get the 11th overall pick in the 2003 draft?

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What did the Flyers give up to get the 11th overall pick in the 2003 draft?

They picked 24th with their normal pick to get Richards, but what did they give up to get Carter 11th overall?

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Part of the Daymond Langkow trade to Tampa Bay, IIRC.

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Correct.

2003 1st Rounder (Jeff Carter) and 2002 2nd Rounder (transferred to Tampa then to SJ - Dan Spang) Phoenix Coyotes Daymond Langkow

http://www.flyershistory.com/cgi-bin/trade.cgi

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Flyers have made some sweet deals to move up in recent drafts. Fedotenko and two 2nd's to move up and draft Pitkanen?

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Flyers have made some sweet deals to move up in recent drafts. Fedotenko and two 2nd's to move up and draft Pitkanen?
with all the picks that we have this year i won't be shocked to see a simlar move occur if there is someone that Clarke really wants.

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with all the picks that we have this year i won't be shocked to see a simlar move occur if there is someone that Clarke really wants.
Yes yes yes yes yes.

If it looks within reach i think the Flyers make the Big Move.

As it stand TODAY, they are NOT aged. so those picks might mean less to us than someone else.

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