Leafs Pick revisited

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    [QUOTE]I'd be much happier with Shea Weber on the team and locked up long term than with a draft pick.
    Posted by Not-A-Shot[/QUOTE]
    I would have a heartattack at the young age of 22 at the first site of Chara and Weber firing shots on net. 
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Leafs Pick revisited : Are you thinking straight up 1 for 1?  In that case I could be convinced.  If other assets are involved, depending what they are it gets complicated.  I really like where this team could be 3-5 years from now.  I'm not willing to jeopardize that for an immediate improvement unless it is a piece that makes a cup run a realistic goal.  I don't think Weber does that.  I'm not sure that deal is out there to be made.  So, I'm back to hanging on to it.
    Posted by scooter244[/QUOTE]

    No way does that deal go straight up, but the pick would be the centerpiece.  Might be Wheeler or Boychuk and an AHL guy or two that gets it done. 
     
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    It will take more than Weber to fix the Bruins right now.
     
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    This is a deep draft, number 5 or 6 or 7 is a solid prospect.  Keep the pick.  Trade away the Boston 1st 2010.  That's it.

     
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    It may be a deep draft, but outside of Larsson the top 7 are a toss up.  After watching tonight's game me thinks the Bs should now think keep the status quo unless Richards is available. 
     

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