2005 Draft Trades

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  1. BlackOmen

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    Draft Day trades for 1st round picks.

    1.
    San Jose Recieved
    8th Pick (Devin Setoguchi)

    Atlanta Recieved
    12th Pick (later traded to NYR - Marc Staal)
    49th Pick (Chad Denny)
    207th Pick (Myles Stoesz)

    2.
    NYR Recieved
    12th Pick (Marc Staal)

    Atlanta Recieved
    16th Pick (Alex Bourret)
    41st Pick (Ondrej Pavelec)

    3.
    Florida Recieved
    20th Pick (Kendal McArdle)

    Philly Recieved
    29th Pick (Steve Downie)
    2006 2nd Round Pick

    4.
    Washington Recieved
    27th Pick (Joe Finley)

    Colorado Recieved
    47th Pick (Tom Fritsche)
    52nd Pick (Chris Durand)

    I was wondering who won each of the trades and how each trade looks today.
     
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    Way too soon to tell considering they are all one year into their development, but let's say I'd guess:

    1. ATL - Got a lot of picks from both trades, won the first one with San Jose.

    2. NYR - Although Atlanta, as stated earlier, have done well with acquiring lots of picks, NYR picked a great prospect in Marc Staal and it was worth the second round pick.

    3. We'll wait and see

    4. COL - That's the easiest IMO.
     
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    Thanks for answering.
     
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    does anyone know what montreal gave up to move up in the 2nd round??
     
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    Montreal traded the 56th pick (Marc-Andre Cliche) and the 66th pick (Brodie Dupont) to the NYR.
     
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    Atlanta def won the first deal as they gained more pieces to bulk up their farm...Getting Pavelec, Bourret, Denny, and Stoesz for basically one pick is great.

    The Rangers deal is a win for them/ they picked up a complete defenseman (cant wait to see his Talent in the NHL).

    Florida gained a great player in McArdle, but am a bigger fan of Downie (kid has heart) . Not sure as the pick acquired in this draft will grab a decent player, but not of the caliber of recent drafts.

    Not really sure on the Washington deal myself, maybe someone can fill in there for me.
     

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