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  1. connorhood27

    Sens Dumpster Fire

    Agree with JRoc. I'd easily have Dorion in the bottom 3 among GM's in trading. Notable trades: Shane Bowers, First round pick, third round pick, Andrew Hammond for Matt Duchene: Duchene is a good player. Good, not great. This could be one of the worst trades ever if Colorado gets a top 5 pick, which is expected. Mike Hoffman for Mikkel Boedker and Julius Bergman: Makes sense to trade Hoffman, but this return makes no sense. No way this was their best offer, and it shows a lack of direction. Rebuilding? Contending? Who knows? Zibanejad & 2nd Rounder for Brassard and a 7th: Ouch. Zibanejad is younger, more productive, AND they gave up a second round pick Jonathan Dahlen for Alex Burrows: Another bust. Dahlen looks good, and Burrows is out of the league.
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    Yzerman steps down as Lightening GM (Wow)

    Agree completely. BriseBois is probably the best assistant GM in hockey, and was very highly coveted. Brings a different perspective to a team that can't quite get over the hump. And if the Yzerman to Detroit rumors are true, and I believe they are, this move makes sense for everyone.
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    Massive Trade

    Not to mention the salary component of this trade. Both Hanifin and Lindholm need new deals. And will make more combined than Hamilton and Ferland. On top of Calgary adding a prospect to this deal. Makes me think there is something behind the scenes. To lose a trade on both on talent and salary isn't good. Maybe Hamilton isn't a good locker room guy? Traded twice before age 26.
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    Fantasy Baseball

    BenB17 and I are pretty die-hard Baseball fans
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    The Official Expansion Draft Thread

    If he was to draft the best player left unprotected from every team in the Expansion Draft, they would be $20M over the Salary Cap. They took quite a few third pairing, and bottom six forwards, and just came in under the $75M Cap. They were also able to accumulate some good looking prospects (Tuch, Gusev, Theadore), while also drafting quality players from those teams (Garrison, Haula). And three picks in the top 16 in this draft. I count that as a win. Able to keep his team relatively competitive for a couple years, not have their fan base leave them, and also having an eye out for the future. Also, if the other 30 GM's knew he would take the best available, and not allow them to work out a deal, a lot of those players would've been dealt beforehand. No chance ANA, MIN, TBL, WPG, CLB, etc leaves those quality players available, knowing they could be taken for free.