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02-20-2004, 10:52 PM
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When Gilmour was traded to Toronto Question

Hey, can anyone tell me who the Canadiens drafted with the 6th round pick they aquired from Toronto last year in the Gilmour trade?

Could you also tell me where that person is today?

Also:

Team Acquisition Team Acquisition
NAS Oleg Petrov MON 4th Round Pick in 2003

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PHI Eric Chouinard MON 2nd Round Pick in 2003





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Chouinards pick wound up being Maxim LaPierre... Who played with the Montreal Rocket when drafted... The team has since been moved to PEI... Maxim also plays with fellow hab prospects, Michael Lambert, Corey Urquhart and Jimmy Bonneau

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Hey, can anyone tell me who the Canadiens drafted with the 6th round pick they aquired from Toronto last year in the Gilmour trade?

The Habs used that pick to get Mark Flood, a Dman playing with the Peterborough Petes in the OHL... who by all accounts is having a career year.

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Doug Gilmour ---> Mark Flood
Oleg Petrov ---> Danny Stewart
Éric Chouinard ---> Maxim Lapierre

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Doug Gilmour ---> Mark Flood
Oleg Petrov ---> Danny Stewart
Éric Chouinard ---> Maxim Lapierre

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I've heard good things about Flood myself. But then, it's almost always 'good' news about prospects. Still, I wan't the future now.

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Doug Gilmour ---> Mark Flood
Oleg Petrov ---> Danny Stewart
Éric Chouinard ---> Maxim Lapierre
Are you sure? I thought Petrov turned into Corey Locke...

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Are you sure? I thought Petrov turned into Corey Locke...
No I'm not.

But we had pick #10 and the closest to #10 in the fourth round that we chose was Lacke (11th in that round) so I guessed that the other one was the pick we got from Nashville (perhaps another team's).

It's wether Locke or Stewart...

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No I'm not.

But we had pick #10 and the closest to #10 in the fourth round that we chose was Lacke (11th in that round) so I guessed that the other one was the pick we got from Nashville (perhaps another team's).

It's wether Locke or Stewart...
Yeah I remember Locke being early in the 4th, so it's more than likely it was our pick.

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But Nashville's pick would've been higher than the habs pick...

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But Nashville's pick would've been higher than the habs pick...
That's why I thought it might be another team's pick we got from Nashville...

montreal should know...

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According to NHL.com -- Locke was taken 113th with Montreals own pick & Danny Stewart was taken 123rd with Washingtons pick

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Just too bad that they pick Stewart... total bust this guy :mad:

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Just too bad that they pick Stewart... total bust this guy :mad:
Already? Geez, too bad we have to give up on him, he still hasn't played a full year after being drafted yet. I'm disapointed our 4th round pick is a bust at 19 years old.

Fot those who won't see it there is sarcasm intended in that post

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I've heard good things about Flood myself. But then, it's almost always 'good' news about prospects. Still, I wan't the future now.
I've honestly been impressed by this guy whom I saw at training camp twice in september. I hadn't heard from him before, but I kept being blown away by his solid play.

I've heard he has improved a lot since then, so I think it was a nick pick

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Just too bad that they pick Stewart... total bust this guy :mad:
Why is Stewart a bust?

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He's not working hard, he's floating on the ice, bad defensive game, always gets frustrated, attitudes problems and if he hasn't played with Sidney, he would have finish the year with 35-40 pts. He's small and play small

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Here's the correct answer.

Chouinard turned into Maxim Lapierre 61st overall

Gilmor turned into Mark Flood 188th overall

Petrov's pick was traded to washington 109th overall (Andreas Valdix) for their 4th round pick, 123rd overall Danny Stewart and their 7th round pick, 217th overall Oskari Korpikari (we didn't have a 7th rounder, it was traded to the Wild for Blouin Georgi Misharin 207th I think)


Lapierre I like a lot, as he plays a gritty intense game and works hard every night. He's still very raw, we'll see next year and the year after where his top end could be.

Flood is having a career year in the OHL on offense, as he is right around 40 pts, but his defensive zone play has been bad, although his team has struggled. He's gone from a +10 last year to -12 or so this year, but I would say some of that is his team. He is old enough to play in Hamilton/ECHL next year, so we'll see if he gets inked or goes back to juniors for one more year. Good at moving the puck, but he's very small/skinny and lacks strength. Should need a few years in the AHL before we can see what he can do.

Danny Stewart I like the little I've seen of him, but he's small and lacks strength. I'm glad to see he's not taking so many bad penalities (or not any time I watch or listen to Rimouski) and his play in his own end seems to have improved (haven't seen enough of him to really comment on his improvement over last year since I never saw him last year) I'd like to see how he does after another camp this summer, but he must get stronger for sure.

Oskari Korpikari I really like but have only seen him twice so far. He moves the puck well, has good size, seems solid in his own end, and makes smart decisions. Don't have any idea when he could be brought over, but another year or two in Finland would be my guess. I really look forward to seeing him and Lapierre in the future.


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