After the Colorado Avalanche won the cup in 1996, Pierre Lacroix started a mini retool by shipping out Mike Ricci, Stephane Fiset, and a couple of other guys I forget to basement dwelling teams to have 4 first round picks for the 1998 draft, in hopes of drafting French Canadian prospect Vincent Lecavalier. Things didn't out and the highest of the picks ended up being 12th. I think they offered all the picks to Tampa but they refused the package. With the picks they drafted Alex Tanguay, Martin Skoula, Scott Parker and Robyn Regehr. Regehr was traded for Theo Fleury in 1999, while the other guys worked their way into regular service. What would have happened had the Avalanche been successful in obtaining the Lecavalier pick for the four first rounders? With center depth in Sakic and Forsberg already, what would adding Lecavalier have meant? Would they have won more championships? Would they have missed out on the 2001 cup? How could Colorado drafting Lecavalier have altered his development?