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Traded playoff hereos like Halak in NHL history

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06-18-2010, 02:37 AM
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Traded playoff hereos like Halak in NHL history

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can you say me some "Halak trade" example in the NHL history?

A player, that was for his team in the playoffs a big star, but the club traded him after the season.

Pronger is first that come to my mind, but that was his request...

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Claude Lemieux?

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Wayne Gretzky in 1988.
Claude Lemieux in 1995.

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the isles dumped glenn healy AND ray ferraro after the 93 season. the two of them CARRIED the team past the HEAVILY favored 2 time champ penguins (of mario,jagr,mullen,stevens,larry murphy,etc.)to the conf. finals after turgeon was injured.

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Mike Vernon, Conn Smythe winner and traded in '97.
Claude Lemieux, Conn Smythe winner and traded in '95.

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Terry Sawchuk in 1955.

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not exactly the same, but vancouver traded greg adams to dallas midway through the season after their run to the finals. pat quinn would later admit that trading their clutchest complementary player to unite the courtnall brothers was a mistake.

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Little different but along the same accord, there was the Devils Stars trade in 02 that saw Arnott go to the Stars and Nieuwendyk among others coming to Jersey.

Not quite the same but an interesting exchange of "playoff heroes"

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We can add Dustin Byfuglien to the list.

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not exactly the same, but vancouver traded greg adams to dallas midway through the season after their run to the finals. pat quinn would later admit that trading their clutchest complementary player to unite the courtnall brothers was a mistake.
That one still pisses me off. Sure, Adams was injury-prone (and then always took a long time to get up to speed again)... the guy could score a goal when you really needed it.

Plus, Russ Courtnall... geez, he sucked. All he did was skate fast. Geoff, on the other hand, I as happy to have.

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