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10-08-2007, 08:50 PM
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Trade to announce:

To Montreal: #333, #340
To Nanaimo: #323, #350

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10-08-2007, 08:56 PM
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Trade to announce:

To Montreal: #333, #340
To Nanaimo: #323, #350

Hockey Outsider to confirm.
Confirmed. This has to be one of the most minor trades in ATD history.

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10-08-2007, 08:59 PM
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Confirmed. This has to be one of the most minor trades in ATD history.
It's no 622 and 667 for 623 and 666.

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10-08-2007, 08:59 PM
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Confirmed. This has to be one of the most minor trades in ATD history.
depends who'll get picked: could be a master stroke of genius

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10-08-2007, 09:01 PM
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It's no 622 and 667 for 623 and 666.
Any trade with Lucifer is more impressive than a swap of ten spots.

Also: I have Wisent's pick. I believe Wisent will be eligible to pick at 11:17 PM EST (~75 minutes).


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10-08-2007, 09:15 PM
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Agree on with VanI... I remember Nalyd "robbing" me (in fact, he used to maximum the fact that I had a ****** D) in last draft, only draft... well... the pick that Nalyd's team is remembered for today.

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10-08-2007, 09:28 PM
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Agree on with VanI... I remember Nalyd "robbing" me (in fact, he used to maximum the fact that I had a ****** D) in last draft, only draft... well... the pick that Nalyd's team is remembered for today.
I learned how lopsided a trade can be in my first draft, ATD #5. Spit made me look pretty bad. He said he wanted a player. I agreed to trade down. It was about pick #150. Spit picked Toe Blake. Wasn't a suprise to me, I had been looking at Blake a few rounds earlier, but went with Busher Jackson. What followed was a series of "that's the steal of the draft, Spit," posts. Doh!

I learned my lesson. In ATD #6, I traded up with Murphy to get Blake in the seventh round.

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10-08-2007, 09:39 PM
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I learned how lopsided a trade can be in my first draft, ATD #5. Spit made me look pretty bad. He said he wanted a player. I agreed to trade down. It was about pick #150. Spit picked Toe Blake. Wasn't a suprise to me, I had been looking at Blake a few rounds earlier, but went with Busher Jackson. What followed was a series of "that's the steal of the draft, Spit," posts. Doh!

I learned my lesson. In ATD #6, I traded up with Murphy to get Blake in the seventh round.
I remember kruezer getting the best of me in ATD#6 when, under the influence of alcohol, I traded away the 12th pick which ended up being Bobby Hull. I definitely won't make that mistake again.

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10-08-2007, 09:50 PM
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That is why you shouldn't drink and draft.

In ATD#6 I paid BM67 a 300-pick premium to move up ten spots. I don't even know what I was thinking (and I was sober).

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10-08-2007, 09:51 PM
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Is Leaf Lander around, or does anyone have his pick? If so, we could get a few more off tonight I guess

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148 J.C. Tremblay 149 Doug Wilson 150 Frank Nighbor 162 Jere Lehtinen 163 Sergei Zubov 169 Clark Gillies 172 Claude Provost 175 Marty Pavelich 178 Vladimir Petrov 185 Gary Suter 186 Syd Howe 187 Joe Primeau 190 Rod Brind'Amour 192 Randy Carlyle 196 Phil Housley 210 Rick Tocchet 217 Claude Lemieux 220 Vsevolod Bobrov 227 Hod Stuart 228 Bobby Baun 238 Doug Jarvis 239 Irvine "Ace" Bailey 242 Pete Mahovlich 249 Eddie Giacomin 257 Ken Morrow 301 Walt Tkaczuk 308 Mike Peca 313 Kirk Muller 314 Pat Verbeek
I absolutely love my Busher Jackson/Bryan Trottier/Jari Kurri/Larry Robinson/Larry Murphy/Tony Esposito top-6, but watching helplessly as all these guys went off the board has been painful. I guess it remains to be determined if trading up was a good decision or not.
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That is why you shouldn't drink and draft.

In ATD#6 I paid BM67 a 300-pick premium to move up ten spots. I don't even know what I was thinking (and I was sober).
Depends on the 10 spots. I'd flip a 300 into a 600 if it meant I could upgrade Larry Robinson into Doug Harvey.


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10-08-2007, 09:53 PM
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That is why you shouldn't drink and draft.

In ATD#6 I paid BM67 a 300-pick premium to move up ten spots. I don't even know what I was thinking (and I was sober).
But at least you still won it all. It's not a mistake if it all works out.

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10-08-2007, 09:54 PM
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Is Leaf Lander around, or does anyone have his pick? If so, we could get a few more off tonight I guess
im here bro

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10-08-2007, 09:57 PM
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cool, so about 20 minutes and we'll get rolling again

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10-08-2007, 10:06 PM
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I learned how lopsided a trade can be in my first draft, ATD #5. Spit made me look pretty bad. He said he wanted a player. I agreed to trade down. It was about pick #150. Spit picked Toe Blake. Wasn't a suprise to me, I had been looking at Blake a few rounds earlier, but went with Busher Jackson. What followed was a series of "that's the steal of the draft, Spit," posts. Doh!

I learned my lesson. In ATD #6, I traded up with Murphy to get Blake in the seventh round.
I think that one was the most minor trade in history, we swapped what? two spots?

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10-08-2007, 10:20 PM
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Also: I have Wisent's pick. I believe Wisent will be eligible to pick at 11:17 PM EST (~75 minutes).
So I guess that's up...

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10-08-2007, 10:21 PM
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The Dubai Mighty Camels are pleased to select 1991 Selke winner RW Dirk Graham.

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10-08-2007, 10:23 PM
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I think that one was the most minor trade in history, we swapped what? two spots?
I moved up two, and I think you moved up six in the next round. Pretty minor, but I got the guy I wanted, and the BPA at that point.

Let's get a run going, boys. With LL, arrbez and hockey_guy around, and rocks pitseleh and Murphy waiting in the wings, no reason we can't do five picks in rapid-fire fashion.

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10-08-2007, 10:24 PM
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Rick Vaive RW

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a power forward who corralled plenty of points and penalty minutes. Vaive used his booming slapshot to become the first Leaf in franchise history to score 50 goals in one season. He got 54 in 1981-82 followed by seasons of 51 and then 52.


Rick Vaive may have been one of the most under-rated players to play in NHL. For ten consecutive seasons he scored more than 30 goals per season. He scored more than 50 goals three consecutive seasons and was the first Maple Leaf to reach and pass the 50 goal barrier. He was a Toronto Maple Leaf Captain, an honored bestowed on very few. To be a Toronto Maple Leaf Captain you hold the most prestigious captaincy in the NHL
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-Hockey Scouting Report 1987-88


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10-08-2007, 10:37 PM
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The Aurora Tigers select a defensive ace who was regarded as the fastest player of his era. A champion wherever he played, he captained the Detroit Red Wings to their first two Stanley Cups:

Herbie Lewis


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10-08-2007, 10:43 PM
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NOOOOO.. One pick away. That one hurts..

Give me a bit to think. I'll make my pick within 20 minutes.

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10-08-2007, 10:49 PM
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NOOOOO.. One pick away. That one hurts..

Give me a bit to think. I'll make my pick within 20 minutes.
You were gonna take Lewis? That's always a kick in the balls. It happened to me once last draft. I had it all written up and everything...

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10-08-2007, 10:59 PM
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Yeah, Herbie was my man. I do need centerman though, which is why it might be good that you took away the temptation of taking another winger.

The Dartmouth Subways select Swedish scoring sensation, Kent "The Magic Man" Nilsson.

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10-08-2007, 11:01 PM
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The Clippers are proud to select LW Dean Prentice.

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10-08-2007, 11:03 PM
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Looking to move up from pick 351. PM me if interested.

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