NHL Trade Deadline: Who Goes Where

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    NHL Trade Deadline: Who Goes Where

    This is just a "role-play" type of topic where everyone can share their own predictions on who ends up where. I will center my trades around teams who I think will make deep runs in the playoffs and try to fill the need as "GM".

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    To Colorado:

    Jonathan Bernier

    Jarret Stoll

    2nd rnd pick

    To Los Angeles:

    Paul Stastny

    Semyon Varlamov

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    To Calgary:

    Colin Greening

    1st rnd pick

    To Ottawa:

    Jay Bouwmeester

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    To Pittsburgh:

    Jarome Iginla

    To Calgary:

    Brandon Sutter

    1st rnd pick

    Olli Maatta (Propspect)-2012

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    To Florida:

    1st rnd Pick

    Ian White

    Justin Abdelkader

    To Detroit:

    Kris Versteeg

    3rd rnd pick

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    To Florida:

    Devin Setoguchi

    To Minnesota:

    Brian Campbell

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    To Washington:

    RJ Umberger

    To Columbus:

    Mathieu Perrault

    1st rnd pick

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    To Philadelphia:

    Kieth Yandle

    To Phoenix:

    Matt Read

    2nd rnd pick

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    To Washington:

    Alex Tanguay

    To Calgary:

    Eric Fehr

    Woljtek Wolski

    2nd rnd pick

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    To Toronto:

    Ales Hemsky

    To Edmonton:

    Nikolai Kulimen

    Matt Frattin

    2nd rnd pick

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    To Tampa Bay:

    Chris Higgins

    2nd rnd pick

    To Vancouver:

    Ryan Malone

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    To NY Islanders:

    Craig Smith

    Ryan Ellis

    To Nashville:

    Kyle Okposo

    Josh Bailey

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    To Detroit:

    Stephane Robidas

    To Dallas:

    Joakim Andersson

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    To St. Louis:

    Jason Pominville

    To Buffalo:

    Alex Steen

    Kris Russel

    2nd rnd pick

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    To Dallas:

    Adam McQuaid

    2nd rnd pick

    Max Sauve

    To Boston:

    Brendan Morrow

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    To Anaheim:

    David Krejci

    To Boston:

    Corey Perry

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    To Pittsburgh:

    Ryan Clowe

    To San Jose:

    Tyler Kennedy

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    Re: NHL Trade Deadline: Who Goes Where

    Bruins getting morrow and perry for mcquiad krejci a 2nd rounder and low level nothing prospect suave. That's a dream come true doubt it is even possible. 

     
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    Re: NHL Trade Deadline: Who Goes Where

    Eklund?

     
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    Re: NHL Trade Deadline: Who Goes Where

    Perry's a rental that will likely be priced out of Boston's range come the summer while Krejci has two more years on his contract. Alo that would mean you're counting on Seguin to be able to take over first line centre responsibilities eading into the playoff stretch. Not sure if that actually makes Boton any better.

     
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    Re: NHL Trade Deadline: Who Goes Where

    Max Sauve...LOL

     

     
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    Re: NHL Trade Deadline: Who Goes Where

    In response to heyoo's comment:

    Bruins getting morrow and perry for mcquiad krejci a 2nd rounder and low level nothing prospect suave. That's a dream come true doubt it is even possible. 



    its a fantasy game! Hell, lets trade Caron for Crosby? lol

     
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    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:

    Max Sauve...LOL

     



    I almost forgot he even existed!

     
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    Re: NHL Trade Deadline: Who Goes Where

    Has anyone watched Looch lately. He hits alittle bit, adds the odd assist but is just lumbering around and not doing much. He has 4 goals and does not even seem to get mad anymore or just push instead of fight. He is not putting his all into it lately and if the Bruins were serious about a Perry or other good player, Looch could get alot for the Bruins.

    You think it would be taboo to trade Looch but the Flyers traded Richards, Gagne, and Carter to become a better team, so if you want to be better you have to give something to get something to get the better players. No team is giving away anything and sometimes if it is not broke don't fix it.

    The Bruins need a good winger on the 3rd line and some depth on D, find a way to improve the power play and leave this team alone. The only point I'm trying to \ make is we don't need a high priced Perry or Ignla for a rental and have to give up good players like Looch who will find his game.

    If the Bruins can't find what they want they will still be fine and fix what is needed after we win the cup.

     
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    Re: NHL Trade Deadline: Who Goes Where

    In response to brunod's comment:

    Has anyone watched Looch lately. He hits alittle bit, adds the odd assist but is just lumbering around and not doing much. He has 4 goals and does not even seem to get mad anymore or just push instead of fight. He is not putting his all into it lately and if the Bruins were serious about a Perry or other good player, Looch could get alot for the Bruins.

    You think it would be taboo to trade Looch but the Flyers traded Richards, Gagne, and Carter to become a better team, so if you want to be better you have to give something to get something to get the better players. No team is giving away anything and sometimes if it is not broke don't fix it.

    The Bruins need a good winger on the 3rd line and some depth on D, find a way to improve the power play and leave this team alone. The only point I'm trying to \ make is we don't need a high priced Perry or Ignla for a rental and have to give up good players like Looch who will find his game.

    If the Bruins can't find what they want they will still be fine and fix what is needed after we win the cup.



    Yeah, and look how that turned out.....

     
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    Re: NHL Trade Deadline: Who Goes Where

    Think I will take my chances with the lineup we have. The way we have been playing we will be the toughest team in the east to beat in a playoff series. If we can get Kelly back healthy and get that third line scoring watch out the bruins will be very dangerous. 

     
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