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06-16-2009, 06:40 PM
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Jiri Hudler for draft picks.

If Detroit decides to sign Hossa they will need to drop UFA Samuelsson, Kopecky and RFA Jiri Hudler plus maybe another 2M in roster.

So what would your team give up for a young affordable top six scorer with regards to draft picks.

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hudler for washingtons 1st and osala

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hudler for washingtons 1st and osala


Red Wings: Hudler on waivers

xxx team: nothing

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Put him on waivers and we can take him off your hands like we did to Kyle Quincey

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Red Wings: Hudler on waivers

xxx team: nothing
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Ducks:

3rd round 09
Ebbett
Christiensen

Detroit:
Hudler

I will probably get flamed but o well.

Ducks top 6

Ryan - Getzlaf - Perry
Hudler - Carter - Selanne

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Alexei Ponikarovsky
2nd Round Pick

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Jiri Hudler

Poni is signed to a 2 million a year contract, much less than the 3-4 hudler would ask for.

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06-16-2009, 08:11 PM
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wings trade him to LA for a 6th

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Funny guys, funny guys. Bet you make all the girls blush.

Anyway, I posted this on the Detroit and Florida boards:

Hudler, 29th

for

14th.

Got mixed responses.


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Ducks:

3rd round 09
Ebbett
Christiensen

Detroit:
Hudler

I will probably get flamed but o well.

Ducks top 6

Ryan - Getzlaf - Perry
Hudler - Carter - Selanne
Detroit doesn't need that. They've got Ebbetts and Christensens in the AHL.

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Alexei Ponikarovsky
2nd Round Pick

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Jiri Hudler

Poni is signed to a 2 million a year contract, much less than the 3-4 hudler would ask for.
Detroit doesn't need Poni. See above posts for reasons why.

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Red Wings: Hudler on waivers

xxx team: nothing
Except for that whole part where this is a bona fide NHL scorer, not a career AHLer. Oh, and also that other part where dealing Hudler isn't something they're going to be mulling over going into training camp, like they were with Quincey.

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I'm thinking Holland will get a 2 and a 4 for Huds but a late first is not out of the questions.

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I'm thinking Holland will get a 2 and a 4 for Huds but a late first is not out of the questions.
I highly, highly doubt Holland would flip Hudler for a 2 and a 4. Its quality, not quantity.

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Detroit doesn't need Poni. See above posts for reasons why.
2008-09 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 82 23 38 61

Cap Hit: 2.105

Detroit would be lucky to get Poni and a 2nd.

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2008-09 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 82 23 38 61

Cap Hit: 2.105

Detroit would be lucky to get Poni and a 2nd.
Its not about the value. Its about the cap hit.

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Funny guys, funny guys. Bet you make all the girls blush.

Anyway, I posted this on the Detroit and Florida boards:

Hudler, 29th

for

14th.

Got mixed responses.
Id probably consider it. Id ask for washingtons 2nd as well. Id probably settle for their 3rd.

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Hudler
Lebda
3rd

Clarkson
2nd

Not sure the value but I would like it.

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There probably won't be players in return for Hudler, because the issue here is cap space. If there are any involved in a deal, they'll be bound for Grand Rapids before the season starts.

I predict picks; maybe a 1st, but more than likely a couple of 2nds and 3rds.

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Hudler
Lebda
3rd

Clarkson
2nd

Not sure the value but I would like it.
I think New Jersey would definitely do that deal. Hudler can slot in admirably as the second line centre. Lebda seems like a spare part, we have plenty of bottom pairing defencemen.

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I think New Jersey would definitely do that deal. Hudler can slot in admirably as the second line centre. Lebda seems like a spare part, we have plenty of bottom pairing defencemen.
The point in dealing Hudler is to clear cap space but with a deal like this we would get a gritty guy who will stick up for his teamates. Meech can take over for Lebda and we move our 3rd into a second. All this and only adding under 200k to the cap.

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He's RFA, which means he could be the subject of offer sheets. The right compensation comes along, and Hudler signs the offer sheet, Detroit would find themselves with draft picks coming back their way anyway.

Hudler could command somewhere between $3m and $3.5m per year. This gives Detroit a first and third round pick assuming Hudler receives and signs an offer sheet which pays him the above salary.

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Hudler
Lebda
3rd

Clarkson
2nd

Not sure the value but I would like it.
drop the 3rd from DET and I think we may have a winner.

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I think New Jersey would definitely do that deal. Hudler can slot in admirably as the second line centre. Lebda seems like a spare part, we have plenty of bottom pairing defencemen.
Hud's would slot better on the wing. Although he has played center he would be much more affective on the wing.

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