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Will update the trades, draft picks etc. on the charts tomorrow. I'm off for the night. Later all!

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The Kings are very pleased to welcome Johnny Gaudreau and Coda Gordon to the organization, we have high hopes for them both!

And a big thanks to you Curt for running the draft!

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Today I did one blockbuster deal

To Carolina

David booth

Boone Jenner

Mark stone

James wright

Daniel winnik

To Edmonton

Ilya kovalchuk

Jordan weak

Jerrad smithson

And got 6 players in the draft

Nail yakupov

Derrick pouliot

Tim bozon

Mike winther

Dylan blujus

Brian cooper

Thoughts on my days work?

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The Lightning deepened it's prospect pool with the additions of Grigorenko, Collberg, Aberg, Schmaltz, Marcantuoni, and Iafrate.

With our 5 picks (turned into 6 as a result of a trade), we were able to get the best player available (in our books) at the time with our first rounders, and addressed some organizational needs with Schmaltz and Iafrate. Marcantuoni is an intriguing player as he was once highly touted as a top-10 prospect only to have a disappointing season shortened by injury.

While some of these names are pretty big risks, through good development and seasoning, we are confident in this crop and that they can all be NHL regulars in the near future.

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Today I did one blockbuster deal

To Carolina

David booth

Boone Jenner

Mark stone

James wright

Daniel winnik

To Edmonton

Ilya kovalchuk

Jordan weak

Jerrad smithson

And got 6 players in the draft

Nail yakupov

Derrick pouliot

Tim bozak

Mike winther

Dylan blujus

Brian cooler

Thoughts on my days work?

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With Pittsburghs missed pick (player ineligible), the Penguins select (via list) Anthony Stolarz.

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The St.Louis Blues are pleased with their Picks Erik Karlsson, Logan Nelson, Konrad Abeltshauser and Mathias Niederberger. Now we hope thez will have success in some Years..Konrad could get some shots as callup next Season.

Finally we kept the German Spirit alive..lol

Thanks to Curt for running the Draft.

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The Isles didn't have a pick until the 2nd round but are very pleased with the young crop of players acquired tonight.

35th - Stefan Matteau

40th - Ludvik Bystrom

44th - Daniil Zharkov

52nd - Lukas Sutter

66th - Chandler Stephenson

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The St.Louis Blues are pleased with their Picks Erik Karlsson(lol), Nolan Jordan, Konrad Abeltshauser and Mathias Niederberger. Now we hope thez will have success in some Years..Konrad could get some shots as callup next Season.

Finally we kept the German Spirit alive..lol

Thanks to Curt for running the Draft.

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Major Deal Goes Down On Draft Day:

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THE CANADIAN PRESS

Edmonton -- In an otherwise uneventful day in Albertas capital, the Oilers put shock waves through the system as they acquired superstar winger Ilya Kovalchuk.

Kovalchuk is known for his scoring prowess, his ability to take over games, and his heart and determination, as shown by playing through the playoffs with a serious back injury.

It appears as though the deal was in the works for weeks, even months, and slight tinkering was made several times to get this deal to happen. Rumour has is Carolina wanted a young defenceman, but Edmonton stuck to their price and a deal was hammered out.

When questioned about the deal, GM MO.2 said "We felt this was a deal that, when presented with, needed to happen. Although we shipped out quality, quality players in Winnik, Wright, Murray, and Booth, as well as top prospects Jenner and Stone, we feel like we acquired the best player in the deal, as well as a decent prospect and a depth forward. We wish the best of luck to Daniel, James, Douglas, David, Boone, and Mark the best."

The 27 year old led the Hurricanes with 403 pool points last season. (37 goals, 46 assists, 83 points in 77 games)

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Edmonton Oilers updated lineup:

Pacioretty - Richards - Kovalchuk

Perron - Ruutu - Havlat

Clutterbuck - Umberger - Clarkson

Burish - Gaustad - Richardson

Hamhuis - Kulikov

Hjalmarsson - Petry

Smid - Stralman

Varlamov

Giguere

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uh, Erik Karlsson and Jordan Nolan, what you trying to say TGC?!?

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The Quebec Nordiques draft class:

Forward:

Teuvo Teravainen (7th overall)

Zemgus Girgensons (16th overall)

Tomas Hertl (23rd overall)

Kyle Rau (60th overall)

Defence:

Morgan Rielly (6th overall)

Morgan Ellis (43rd overall)

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The Blues 2012/13 Roster

Nathan Horton - Stephen Weiss - Jarome Iginla

Cody Hodgson - David Legwand - Martin Erat

Steve Sullivan - Marcel Goc - Jason Chimera

Teemu Hartikainen - Jamal Mayers - Tomas Vincour

Kaspars Daugavins

Jay Bouwmeester - Christian Ehrhoff

Paul Martin - Andrej Sekera

Chris Phillips - Alexander Sulzer

Nate Prosser - Clayton Stoner

Jose Theodore

Ben Scrivens

Kansas City Patriots

Chris Porter - Andrei Loktionov - Carson McMillan

Johan Larsson - Michael Sgarbossa - Cody Bass

Darren Archibald - Scott Timmins - Rostislav Olesz

Mitch Wahl

Mark Borowiecki - Joey Laleggia

Blake Kessel - Tom Poti

Alec Richards

Draftpicks

2013 St.Louis 1st Round Pick

2013 St.Louis 2nd Round Pick

Rights

Brett Ritchie (2011)

Erik Karlsson (2012)

Logan Nelson (2012)

Konrad Abeltshauser (2012)

Mathias Niederberger (2012)

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Calgary Flames Updated 2012/13 Roster

Kris Versteeg - Olli Jokinen - Jason Pominville

Rene Bourque - Mikael Backlund - Ryan Smyth

Jiri Tlusty - Joe Vitale - Lee Stempniak

Roman Horak - Blair Jones - Eric Fehr

Blake Comeau

Tomas Kaberle - Joni Pitkinen

Roman Polak - Trevor Daley

Yannick Weber - Brayden McNabb

Rob Scuderi

Kari Lehtonen

Chris Mason

Kamloops Heat

Mark Bell - Angelo Esposito

Perttu Lindgren

Drafted

Kevin Roy

Thanks to everyone for an exciting draft, we are pleased to welcome Joni, Yannick and Ryan to the club and wish Mike, Steve and Marc the best in the future.

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Florida Panthers

James Neal - Jonathan Toews - Patrick Kane

Alex Burmistrov - David Backes - Chris Stewart

Clarke MacArthur - Colin Wilson - ________

Jordan Nolan - Gregory Campbell - Chris Neil

Jesse Winchester

Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Erik Karlsson

Jason Garrison - Tyler Myers

Adam McQuaid - David Rundblad

Stu Bickel

Corey Crawford

Joey MacDonald

Rochester Americans

Brandon Saad - Jordan Schroeder - Eric Tangradi

Marek Tvrdon - Philippe Cornet - Martin Frk

Akim Aliu - Brett Sterling

Jonathon Blum - Connor Murphy

Danny DeKeyser - Cade Fairchild

Nick Ebert - Alexandre Picard

Matt Hackett

Robert Mayer

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The New Faces of the St.Louis Blues Organisation

Erik Karlsson

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Like "big" Erik, "little" Erik is going through the Juniors System of Frolunda of the swedish Elitserien.

For a still 17 Years old Boy he has pretty impressive Numbers with the Frolunda U18 and the Frolunda Juniors.

We dont expect him a "big" Erik and we wont compare him with him for now but we are confident in "little"

Erik and may we´ll see him playing some Elitserien Games next Season. If everything works fine he should come over here in 3 Years..or earlier..like "big" Erik.

We´ll be patient .

:)

Logan Nelson

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Nelson had a good 1st Year in the WHL with the Victoria Royals.

The 18 Years old Center recorded 62 Points in 71 Games which made him the #5 in the Rookie List in the Regular Season. With 70 Pim´s he also brings some thoughness around.

We are hopefully about him for the Future.

Konrad Abeltshauser

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Konrad had a great last Year with the Halifax Moosehead of the QMJHL.

With strong 44 Points in the Regular Season and great 16 Points in 16 Games in the Playoffs he was on of the important Players in Halifax. His Numbers for the German U20 Team are also good and he will be very important for the Geman A Team in the future." I wont call him a new Ehrhoff or Seidenberg but he´s on a good way and we are happy that we got him in this Draft.

He´s likely to play in the AHL next season and with some luck he could get the one or the other shot in the NHL. I´m sure we´ll start contract negotations with Konrad around the Season." TGC said.

Mathias Niederberger

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In the age of 18 Mathias had his first contact with professional Icehockey when he played 8 Games for

the German Hockey League Team Düsseldorf Metrostars whe. The Fans expected him as their upcoming No.1 and also the Managment but Mathias decided to go to Northamerica...with success.

He finished his first Season in the OHL as 6th in GAA and 7th in SV% . Further... he was one of the best Goalies in the Playoffs. So i would call it a successfull Rookie Year for.

If he´s stays confident in hisself and steps up from year to year..he could have a bright Future.

Well it allways tough to get a Job as Goalie in the best League of the World. But Mathias is still young and he has potential....so we are confident in him.

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The Montreal Canadiens made two trades at the draft - one that moved their 14th overall selection to the Detroit Red Wings for the 19th and 49th picks, and then they acquired the 81st overall selection from San Jose for their 2013 3rd round pick. Despite having Olli Maatta available to them at #14, the Habs traded down in an effort to bolster their depth, and ended up getting the two guys that they had their eye on all along. Getting Brian Hart in the 81st spot was simply icing on the cake.

19th - Slater Koekkoek, D (Peterborough, OHL)

49th - Anton Slepyshev, LW (Novokuznetsk, KHL)

81st - Brian Hart, RW (Phillips Exeter, USHL)

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