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What Was The Canucks Worst Trade Ever

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What was the worst Canucks trade in history in your opinion?i have to say the Neely trade at the moment

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What did we get for him?

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What did we get for him?

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Cam neely trade is by far the worst trade in canucks history.

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Cam Neely turned into a superstar.enough said

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Sad to know that in 4 years time the Cam Neely trade could be thrown off the throne.............................or we could end up making up for it

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Cam Neely hands down. Not linden because he ended up coming back to the canucks anyways.... Neely was an absolute monster for the Bruins...Barry Pederson on the other hand*

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Neely won Stanley cups for the.....Boston Bruins...

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I don't think that's right. He won one as President of the Team.

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The Linden trade was one of the best things that happened to this team. We set our core...IMO if the Flames were smart they could've traded Iggy as a rental to a team and then got him back (before the new contract was signed). We got huge return for him...not a bad move.

The worst trade ever was the Neely deal. Even though Neely retired early we gave up on him after a few dismal seasons.

I still believe that the Kassian trade will be Neely esque. I think that we'll ruin Kassian and Gragnani will be used seldomly. Like I've always said, it's a lot harder to develop a powerforward than it is to a develop a center. Props, to Gillis and AV if they can turn Kassian into an intimidating 55 point powerforward. He has the hands and size he just needs the minutes and te coach who lets him play his game (AV needs to let him loose).

I don't think it was right to trade a promising prospect for

another promising prospect. Hodgson would probably hace been happy centering Kesler (where Kesler plays his best IMO, powerplay anyone?).

* Not hating on Kassian, I'm not a big fan of him though LOL.

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The Linden trade was one of the best things that happened to this team.

The worst trade ever was the Neely deal. Eveb though Neely retired early we gave up on him after a few dismal seasons.

I still believe that the Kassian trade will be Neely esque. I think that we'll ruin Kassian and Gragnani will be used seldomly. Like I've always said, it's a lot harder to develop a powerforward than it is to a develop a center. Props, to Gillis and AV if they can turn Kassian into an intimidating 55 point powerforward.

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I pisses me of to see someone say CoHo. Sure he was good but he wanted out and we have lost many more skilled or better players in retarded trades

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Looking at it right now, likely the Cam Neely trade. Unless Hodgson turns into a consistent 35-45 goal scorer, and Kassian never plays up to the standard, then the Hodgson-Kassian trade could be considered

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