Discussion in 'Mock Drafts' started by New York RKY, Jan 16, 2011.
FROM NOW ON SEND ALL TRADES TO ME. I NEED TO LOOK OVER ALL OF THEM BEFORE THEY CAN BE APPROVED.
Reserved for this rowdy bunch of GM's.
I expect us to be very busy, reserved.
Looking for D-help and also a top 6 forwrad. PM me if you're interested.
Everyone is available except Zach Parise
Who is on the Block:
What I am looking to get:
Young cheap players
Point scoring defenders
Revamp the top 6 with younger players
I have 12.5 million dollars in cap space
Looking for Sniper... PM me some offers
Looking for second line center, top 4 d, backup goalie
Being as crafty as we are, we've already made a deal to be announced.
Still looking for a reliable top 6 winger.
Announce there will be a press confrence following the end of the expansion draft.
We're prepared to put everyone on the trade block except for Taylor Hall and Jordan Eberle. Everyone else can be moved for the right price. We are rebuilding so we are looking for main pieces and prospects in return like #1/#2 center, top four defenseman, and a starting goalie.
Most likely selling at the deadline. Mostly looking to move expiring contracts for picks/prospects. Will listen to all offers but don't low ball please.
Vancouver Makes Big Splash, Welcomes Daniel Alfredsson
In what could possibly be the biggest deal of the deadline, The Vancouver Canucks Organization is proad to welcome Daniel Alfredsson, One of the NHL's elite since his rookie campaign of 1995-96. Also coming to Vancouver in the deal with the Ottawa Senators will be young forward Nick Foligno and Prospcet Jakob Silfverberg. Heading back to the Nations Capital will be promising young goaltender Cory Schneider, Veteran Defenseman Kevin Bieksa, prospect Taylor Ellington, and Vancouver's First Rounder in 2011.
This was a very tough deal to decide on for the Vancouver Canucks. We are loosing a phenomenal young Goalie in Schneider, a solid defensive prospect in Ellington, and more depth on our Blue line in gone with Bieksa's departure. But this season is the time for the Canucks to make a run at the cup, and Daniel Alfredsson bring scoring and leadership to an already highly skilled group. Alfredsson is expected to line-up with his fellow Swedes Daniel and Henrik Sedin, forming what could be one of the best Line's in the NHL. Foligno is going to see time on either the Third or Forth line. Although we aren't very happy with dealing much of our future, the Stanley Cup is the ultimate goal, and it's now or never.
Richards, Eriksson and Benn will be extremely hard to get, but everyone else is available. I'd like to upgrade the 3rd line C, strengthen the bottom pairing and add top 6 talent.
FIRST OF MANY
2nd on condition Brewer re-signs.
With Zanon and Kobasew becoming free agents, we felt they were not greatly needed for the playoff push. He will help bolster our defensive game, and help the teams PK. He will be assigned Assistant Captain.
Speculation has it that one of Burns or Barker may be shipped out with the recent acquisition of Brewer...
I'm looking for a top-4 defenseman, a 2nd line RW, and a capable 2nd/3rd line center. Picks, prospects, pretty much anyone is available except for Roy, Myers, Miller, Leopold, and McCormick.
Quebec is looking to trade in general. PM me!
Avalanche looking for goaltending and wingers
Portland Blue Devils:
Alexandre Burrows - Antoine Vermette - Justin Williams
Brooks Laich - Tyler Bozak - Scottie Upshall
Andrew Ladd - Luke Adam - Dan Cleary
Tyler Kennedy - Zack Smith - Ted Purcell
Paul Martin - Roman Polak
Brad Stuart - Dan Girardi
Sami Lepisto - Matt Greene
Everyone except Burrows and Martin are available. Looking to acquire a #1 centre. PM reasonable offers.
Rangers Add PowerPlay Specialist
The Rangers are pleased to announce that they have acquired powerplay specialist Anton Babchuk. Going to Calgary in exchange for Babchuk is Washington's 2nd round pick in 2011, and prospect Jesper Fasth,
GM NYsportsfan: "We are pleased to add Anton and feel he will help out our crappy powerplay tremendously."
Our team is going into a rebuild phase and it seemed like a logical move to pick up a 2nd and a solid prospect for a defenseman who's a UFA at the end of the year. We wish Babchuk the best in New York where it's likely he will play in the playoffs and possibly contend. Thanks to NYPDSportmart1234 for quick and classy negotiations.
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