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Friday, June 26, 2009
2009 NHL Draft Trade Tracker

Trades involving current NHL players and/or first-round picks at the 2009 draft:

June 27
Jay Bouwmeester, D Jordan Leopold, D
2009 third-round pick (67th overall)
• Scott Burnside's instant analysis: Assuming they can bring Bouwmeester under contract, the Flames have made a significant upgrade along their blue line in acquiring a player that would have been the most sought-after defenseman on the free-agent market this summer. With Dion Phaneuf, Robyn Regehr and Bouwmeester, the Flames would boast the top three defenders in the West, if not the NHL. If Miikka Kiprusoff can bounce back in goal, the Flames have the potential to skate with the big boys in their conference. One question mark is the fact Bouwmeester has yet to play in an NHL playoff game, but there is a lot of time to get him ready for that.
2009 draft picks (Nos. 87 and 107 overall) 2009 draft picks (No. 74 overall)
2010 third-round pick 2009 draft picks (No. 91 overall)
Kyle Brodziak, C
2010 third-round pick
2009 draft picks (Nos. 99 and 133 overall)
2009 draft pick (Nos. 62 and 92 overall) 2009 draft picks (No. 56 overall)
2009 draft pick (No. 151 overall) Chad Johnson, G
2009 draft picks (Nos. 117, 120, 203 overall) 2009 draft pick (No. 95 overall)
2009 draft picks (Nos. 107 and 138 overall) 2010 third-round pick
June 26
2009 draft picks (Nos. 32 and 75 overall) 2009 draft picks (No. 29 overall)
2009 draft picks (Nos. 26 and 37 overall) 2009 draft picks (No. 21 overall)
2009 draft picks (Nos. 23 and 84 overall) 2009 draft picks (No. 20 overall)
2009 draft picks (Nos. 16, 77 and 182 overall) 2009 draft picks (No. 12 overall)
2009 draft picks (Nos. 26, 37, 62 and 92 overall) 2009 draft picks (Nos. 16 and 77 overall)
Joffrey Lupul, F
Luca Sbisa, D
2009 first-round pick
Conditional pick
Chris Pronger, D
Ryan Dingle, F
• LeBrun's instant analysis: The Flyers have been trying to add a major presence on their blue line for the better part of the year. Their last attempts to get Jay Bouwmeester (he'll hit the free-agent market Wednesday) fell through, so they went to Plan B, and he's a heck of a Plan B. Pronger remains a star defender, one of the very best in the NHL. The Ducks have to be thrilled with the package, especially given the two first-round picks they got out of it. Ducks GM Bob Murray continues to rebuild on the fly while keeping the team competitive. Obviously, the announcement by Scott Niedermayer's return earlier tonight allowed Murray to peddle Pronger.