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Latest Pittsburgh Penguins 2010 Trade Deadline Moves

Up to the minute Pittsburgh Penguins Trade Deadline moves.

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  • 3/3    Pittsburgh Penguins acquire a 6th-Round 2010 draft pick from Toronto Maple Leafs for defensive prospect Chris Peluso
  • 3/2    Pittsburgh Penguins acquire 6ft 4″ Toronto winger Alexei Ponakarovsky  for defenseman Martin Skoula and 4th round prospect Luca Caputi
  • 3/1    Pittsburgh Penguins acquire 6ft 1″ Florida Panthers defenseman Jordan Leopold  for a 2nd round draft pick.   Leopold’s salary and cap hit is $1.75 million and he will become a unrestricted free agent at the end of this season

EX-Penguin Player Moves:

  • 3/3 Edmonton Oilers acquired ex Penguin Ryan Whitney & a 2010 6th round draft pick from the Anaheim Ducks for Lubomir Vishnovsky
  • 3/3 Toronto traded ex Penguin Martin Skoula to the New Jersey Devils for a 2010 5th round draft pick

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  1. Wasabi Boom's Gravatar Wasabi Boom
    March 20, 2010 at 1:13 am | Permalink

    did pens lose 1st round draft pick? :^

  2. Jean Pronovost's Gravatar Jean Pronovost
    March 3, 2010 at 2:09 pm | Permalink

    McElhinney for Toskala = WHY? Sure, Calgary has needed an upgrade at back up goalie, but one that is currently making $4 million. Anaheim has got to be counting their lucky stars that they found one soneone stupider than them to take Vesa off of their hands

  3. RBuckle's Gravatar RBuckle
    March 3, 2010 at 12:54 pm | Permalink

    No more Penguin moves???

    • Jean Pronovost's Gravatar Jean Pronovost
      March 3, 2010 at 1:35 pm | Permalink

      I really don’t see the Pens making any more movies. I think Shero identified the players he wanted a couple of weeks ago and then went out and got them. He didn’t overpay for either, and I think he is now satisfied with the roster he has to go into the playoffs with

  4. Boombastic's Gravatar Boombastic
    March 3, 2010 at 11:09 am | Permalink

    Morris fetches a 4th round pick? Geez Louise– Dominik Moore was worth a 2nd! How bad was Morris compared to Wideman!

    • Jean Pronovost's Gravatar Jean Pronovost
      March 3, 2010 at 11:11 am | Permalink

      Not only that, but a 4th roundpick in 2011

  5. Jean Pronovost's Gravatar Jean Pronovost
    March 3, 2010 at 10:58 am | Permalink

    Skoula has now been shipped to the devils

  6. DR Hook's Gravatar DR Hook
    March 3, 2010 at 4:28 am | Permalink

    Some people think this is a another slash to our depth and while we lost some depth that slash is more like a like a paper cut.
    There is a small window in the Stanley Cup Playoff crap-shoot and when you are a serious challenger you’ve got to go for it. In either of these two moves nothings guaranteed but one thing for sure is we’ve got a management team that isn’t afraid to fill the holes.

    Shero has been a genius in this regard. If you need to fill a void and you hang on… procrastinating until the last minute to close the deal the risk involved is that some other team will get the asset you wanted in that last minute and that isn’t worth the risk.

    We saw that last season with the Washington Capitals who didn’t do a thing. They “protected their depth”… died in the 2nd round… and may still be “protecting that depth” this season… again these trades don’t come with a guarantee but if your placing a bet on who will win the race…….. it’s a good idea to always put your money on the fastest horse.


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