Coyotes potential movement in 1st round.

Discussion in 'HFNHL Talk' started by Default101, May 29, 2007.

  1. Default101

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    Phoenix is looking at making a deal, there are two scenario's they are looking at.. first off would be moving down on the 11th overall pick and droping to as low as 17th overall, this would help teams looking for the top 13, alot like last year's draft there are no overwhelming prospects, but judging by the draft list, and responses there are 13 top players, and then it is a bit of a slope in talent...
    Patrick Kane
    Alexei Cherepanov
    Jakub Voracek
    Karl Alzner
    Sam Gagner
    Kyle Turris
    Sam Gagner
    are all virtually locks in the top 10, that would leave...
    Mikael Backlund, Angelo Esposito, Logan Couture, Zach Hamill, Keaton Ellerby, Jonathan Blum, and any other darkhorse you may feel deserves to be in that ranking, take the top 5 out of that group, and drafting at #11 you will be guarenteed one of your top 5 players, in exchange for dropping, Phoenix would be expecting a fair return considering the talent that would be acquired, but nothing overwhelming.

    the second scenario is that the Phoenix Coyotes would be willing to part with talent to move up from 28th to a spot anywhere from 13th to 18th and would be willing to give a fair return for the movement up the draft list, either scenarios are welcome, obviously a deal wouldn't be able to be done untill the playoffs are over, but i would like to look into it asap as the draft is quickly approaching, thanks.
     
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    On a semi-related note, the Rangers are also entertaining offers to move down a few spots from #10.
     
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    And the Flames are looking to move out of the first round all together for additional picks in the 2nd/3rd rounds. They have either the NJD or STL pick, whichever turns out to be higher.

    I also am willing to part with next years second round pick for someones second round pick this season.
     
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    Colorado Avalanche has put the following players on the block:
    Mathieu Schneider
    Derian Hatcher
    Jason Allison
    Nick Boynton
    Kevin Weekes

    Looking for 1-2 forwards for the 2nd line and picks and prospects in return.
     
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    and Tampa Bay have Markus Näslund on the block.
     
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    and Calgary has put Jason Williams and Jarome Iginla on the block.
     
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    Interesting. It's going to be a fun draft day, whenever it's held!

    The Jackets have the 13th overall pick, and two picks in the 20's (DET and COL). We also have a variety of quality forwards, one of whom could be moved in the right deal. We're looking to add an established young blueliner, and we're also looking to potentially move up in the first round.
     

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