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Tuesday, February 27, 2007

BoC transaction tracker

Actually, not just on the deadline, but here’s a recap of 2007 trade activity from all three BoC Teams (to be updated throughout the day). I’m only showing transactions that affect the big-league rosters. Post your thoughts in the comments:

Anaheim Ducks:

  • Jan. 3 trade a 3rd round pick to Florida for D Ric Jackman
  • Feb. 24 trade D Shane O’Brien and a 3rd round pick to Tampa Bay for G Gerald Coleman and a 1st round pick
  • Feb. 27 trade G Michael Wall to Colorado for F Brad May

Los Angeles Kings
  • Jan. 18 claim G Sean Burke off waivers from Tampa Bay
  • Jan. 29 trade F Craig Conroy to Calgary for F Jamie Lundmark, a 2nd round pick, and a 4th round pick
  • Feb. 5 trade F Sean Avery and F John Seymour to NY Rangers for F Jason Ward, F Marc-Andre Cliche, and F Jan Marek
  • Feb. 24 trade D Brent Sopel to Vancouver for a conditional 2nd round pick and a conditional 4th round pick
  • Feb. 27 trade D Mattias Norstrom, F Konstantin Pushkarev, and a 3rd and 4th round pick to Dallas for D Jaroslav Modry, D Johan Fransson, and a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd round pick
  • Feb. 27 trade F Jason Ward to Tampa Bay for a 5th round pick
  • Feb. 27 trade a conditional 5th round pick to Washington for D Jamie Heward

San Jose Sharks
  • Feb. 25 trade D Josh Gorges and a 1st round pick to Montreal for D Craig Rivet and a 5th round pick
  • Feb. 27 trade F Ville Nieminen, F Jay Barriball and a 1st round pick to St. Louis for F Bill Guerin
  • Feb. 27 trade F Scott Parker to Colorado for a 6th round pick
  • Feb. 27 trade G Nolan Schaefer to Pittsburgh for a 7th round pick

13 comments:

Mike Chen said...

Are there any cap savvy fans here that can compile just how the Sharks fit Rivet/Guerin under the cap?

Andy Grabia said...

Brad May just traded to the Ducks.

Earl Sleek said...

Hmm, for Michael Wall, it seems.

Not quite the blockbuster when a marginal NHL goalie gets traded for a marginal NHL forward, but hey, at least we're not overspending our assets (yet).

PJ Swenson said...

Like Wall.

Even though they were outshot more than 2 to 1 last night, the line of Penner, Getzlaf and Perry were dominant in my opinion. Penner and Getzlaf were tossing people around on the forecheck, and Perry was tossing himself into people trying to draw penalties.

New name for that line, recently available after it was voided by the steriod era in baseball, the Bash Brothers.

And no one mentioned Joe Thornton's hit on Selanne after last night. He freight trained him about 10 feet from my head. This was shortly after Selanne's game winning goal, where some thought he may have celebrated a little too much. Before that, McLaren caught Selanne up high in the face with his stick.

Great game again last night.

PJ Swenson said...

About the deadline, I asked about 3 or 4 people in the press box if they thought the Sharks were going to keep dealing today. They all said no.

Since they added a "Mike Grier type" player to the blueline on Sunday, I thought they might take another shot at a similar forward for the third or fourth line.

But then they get Guerin. Wow. Not sure if Cheechoo or Guerin can play on their off wing, but a Guerin-Thornton-Cheechoo line sounds good.

Earl Sleek said...

Even though they were outshot more than 2 to 1 last night, the line of Penner, Getzlaf and Perry were dominant in my opinion. Penner and Getzlaf were tossing people around on the forecheck, and Perry was tossing himself into people trying to draw penalties.

New name for that line, recently available after it was voided by the steriod era in baseball, the Bash Brothers.


Aw, over here they are more known as the 'PPG' line (more stemming from their initials than from their actual ability to put up a point a game).

PJ Swenson said...

Power punches per game?

Bryce said...

aw, no more parker parros duels.

RudyKelly said...

Ugh, Matty to the Stars. That's good for the Kings and good for him, but it's still going to kill me to see him wearing that jersey. I'll always remember the time he took a shot to the face, then skated to the bench with blood dripping from his mouth.

Rick said...

I understand passing on Guerin and Tkachuk, and even Forsberg, but missing out on Ryan Smyth... is Bobby Ryan really going to be that good?

Earl Sleek said...

The Norstrom deal really irks me for some reason, although it is impossible to evaluate until we know what the price was (side note: why is this trade the vaguest one out there? In every other case there has been two sides of a trade reported).

Any way, the price better have been steep, as (a) this trade happened within the division, and (b) Norstrom is not a rental, he is still signed for another year.

Maybe I'm just irked that Dallas has somehow cajoled both Phoenix (Nagy) and L.A. (Norstrom) to forget about division lines and send their talent slightly eastward.

Earl Sleek said...

Oh, per Kukla, this minor-league deal also went down today:

Anaheim traded D Joe Rullier to Tampa Bay for D Doug O’Brien.

Won't Finny be pleased that we traded with the Lightning to get a young defenseman named O'Brien?

Mike said...

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