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 Posted: Mon Feb 28th, 2011 07:20 pm
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Some other minor deals so far:

Edmonton gets D Kevin Montgomery
Colorado gets D Shawn Belle


Carloina gets D Bryan Allen
Florida gets LW Sergei Samsonov


Anaheim gets LW Brad Winchester
St. Louis gets 2011 3rd round pick


NY Rangers get C John Mitchell
Toronto gets 2012 7th round pick


Calgary gets LW Fredrik Modin
Atlanta gets 2011 7th round pick


Vancouver gets LW Chris Higgins
Florida gets D Evan Oberg and 2011 3rd round pick







 

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Worst Trade Deadline day ever??

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the squared circle wrote: Worst Trade Deadline day ever??
It was kind of expected with all the big trades over the last 2 weeks.



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Some more deals that were completed before the deadline:

Philadelphia gets LW Tom Lesisto
Columbus gets RW/C Greg Moore and C Michael Chaput


Vancouver gets C Maxim Lapierre and C/LW MacGregor Sharp
Anaheim gets C/RW Joel Perrault and a 2011 3rd round pick


Washington gets C Jason Arnott
New Jersey gets C David Steckel and a 2011 2nd round pick


Montreal gets G Drew MacIntyre
Atlanta gets D Brett Festerling


Boston gets G Anton Khudobin
Minnesota gets D Jeff Penner and RW Mikko Lehtonen 

 

And that's probably it for the 2011 NHL Trade Deadline.




 



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CanadianHorseman wrote: Some more deals that were completed before the deadline:

Philadelphia gets LW Tom Lesisto
Columbus gets RW/C Greg Moore and C Michael Chaput


Vancouver gets C Maxim Lapierre and C/LW MacGregor Sharp
Anaheim gets C/RW Joel Perrault and a 2011 3rd round pick


Washington gets C Jason Arnott
New Jersey gets C David Steckel and a 2011 2nd round pick


Montreal gets G Drew MacIntyre
Atlanta gets D Brett Festerling


Boston gets G Anton Khudobin
Minnesota gets D Jeff Penner and RW Mikko Lehtonen 

 

And that's probably it for the 2011 NHL Trade Deadline.




 

I don't understand on why the Bruins would trade for Khudobin. Unless this is a message to Rask, then I don't see the point.



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Cory17 wrote: freebirdsforever2001 wrote: Cory17 wrote: Penner to the Kings for Colton Teubert, 2011 1st Round, and conditional draft pick.  Steal for the Oilers.

I think Edm should've kept Penner and got rid of Hemsky, Myself.  I'm surprised that Edm didn't get a player off of the Kings Roster, instead of the conditional pick.

You just need to see Penner play every day, he can score, but he is just lazy, he likes to coast, and make tons of terrible passes.  The Oilers are in full rebuild mode, this gives them another 4.3 million to use if needed.  Not that big ticket free agents want to play here.

I think that Penner fits a better need for the Oilers then Hemsky does currently. The Oilers don't really have that Power Foward that every team needs. Hemsky is a very skilled player, but They already have a few of Them. They still need Defense and a Goalie of the future. I think that Edmonton does some trading at the Draft this year.



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Cory17 wrote: freebirdsforever2001 wrote: Cory17 wrote: Penner to the Kings for Colton Teubert, 2011 1st Round, and conditional draft pick.  Steal for the Oilers.

I think Edm should've kept Penner and got rid of Hemsky, Myself.  I'm surprised that Edm didn't get a player off of the Kings Roster, instead of the conditional pick.

You just need to see Penner play every day, he can score, but he is just lazy, he likes to coast, and make tons of terrible passes.  The Oilers are in full rebuild mode, this gives them another 4.3 million to use if needed.  Not that big ticket free agents want to play here.

I think that Penner fits a better need for the Oilers then Hemsky does currently. The Oilers don't really have that Power Foward that every team needs. Hemsky is a very skilled player, but They already have a few of Them. They still need Defense and a Goalie of the future. I think that Edmonton does some trading at the Draft this year.



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freebirdsforever2001 wrote: I don't understand on why the Bruins would trade for Khudobin. Unless this is a message to Rask, then I don't see the point.
Nah - this was strictly done to give Providence ( Boston's AHL team ) better goaltending. I can see him being a possible backup to Rask in a few years. Keep in mind that all Boston gave up was a guy ( Penner ) that at best will be a # 6 Defenseman in the NHL and another player ( Lehtonen ) that didn't want to play in the AHL anymore so he went home to play in Finland.

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You forgot the awesome trade of the Sabres bringing in another overpaid mediocre player in Brad Boyes. A $4 mil cap hit for his 12 goals. Hooray!

I bet they re-sign Tim Connolly to something stupid again too.

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the squared circle wrote:
Worst Trade Deadline day ever??

This!

Had coffee made and donuts picked up early this morning. Left over pizza and a couple beers for later, and for what, this.

The new trend is becoming, get the deals done before deadline day to benefit(hopefully) from them sooner and have less potential competition from teams actually waiting till the deadline.

I can't believe the Smurfs(I mean the Habs) went all out to get a minor league goalie.

Overall based on the last couple weeks or so: Boston, St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, Toronto, Philadelphia probably the teams that made the most interesting moves.



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Another deal tonight as Minnesota sent PW Petr Kalus to Columbus for Future Considerations. Just so you know - trades can be completed in the NHL after the deadline passes but those players cannot play in the upcoming Stanley Cup playoffs.



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freebirdsforever2001 wrote: Cory17 wrote: freebirdsforever2001 wrote: Cory17 wrote: Penner to the Kings for Colton Teubert, 2011 1st Round, and conditional draft pick.  Steal for the Oilers.

I think Edm should've kept Penner and got rid of Hemsky, Myself.  I'm surprised that Edm didn't get a player off of the Kings Roster, instead of the conditional pick.

You just need to see Penner play every day, he can score, but he is just lazy, he likes to coast, and make tons of terrible passes.  The Oilers are in full rebuild mode, this gives them another 4.3 million to use if needed.  Not that big ticket free agents want to play here.

I think that Penner fits a better need for the Oilers then Hemsky does currently. The Oilers don't really have that Power Foward that every team needs. Hemsky is a very skilled player, but They already have a few of Them. They still need Defense and a Goalie of the future. I think that Edmonton does some trading at the Draft this year.

You'd think Penner is a power forward, but he only does so when he wants.  I don't think Hemsky will be here past Draft day.  Now only if somebody wants Horcoff :(



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NHL Network had three different desks manned on the same set. Four guys at the main desk, three each at the other two. Reporters in the field. Producers ready to hook up GMs and players.

Ten people ready to analyze all the trades and their impact, and all they got was that collection of crappy deals.

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TerryWWWF wrote: NHL Network had three different desks manned on the same set. Four guys at the main desk, three each at the other two. Reporters in the field. Producers ready to hook up GMs and players.

Ten people ready to analyze all the trades and their impact, and all they got was that collection of crappy deals.


fuck them all, they knew it was coming. All the networks did. It's about competing with the other networks now so much that they can't do enough.

Anyone watching the trade market over the last few weeks knew the deadline would be slower than usual. Those idiots got what they deserved.



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