Things They Lost in the Fire (Sale)

So Lauren wasn’t satisfied with knowing what Chicago lost – she wanted to compare it to what they acquired.  Very well – don’t know if anyone has done a full analysis on this yet…but here is the Chicago trades based on points earned (in the NHL) last season:

First…

Dustin Byfuglien (17-17-34)
Ben Eager (7-9-16)
Brent Sopel (1-7-8)
Akim Aliu (0-0-0)

A total of 25 goals, 33 assists and 58 points was traded for…

Marty Reasoner (4-13-17)
Jeremy Morin (0-0-0)
Joey Crabb (4-5-9)

A total of 8 goals, 18 assists and 26 points. Net difference so far… -32 points

Then…

Colin Fraser (7-12-19)

Was traded for…

6th Round Draft Pick (0-0-0)

Net difference is now -51 points

After that…

Kris Versteeg (20-24-44)
Bill Sweatt (0-0-0)

A total of 20 goals, 24 assists, and 44 points was traded for…

Viktor Stalberg (9-5-14)
Philippe Paradis (0-0-0)
Christopher DiDomenico (0-0-0)

A total of 9 goals, 5 assists, 14 points.  That brings our net difference to -81 points.

Next…

Andrew Ladd (17-21-38)

Was traded for…

Ivan Vishnevskiy (0-0-0)

Now we stand at -119 points net difference.

And finally…

Marty Reasoner (4-13-17)

for…

Jeff Taffe (1-1-2)

To bring our total net difference in points for Chicago at -134 points.

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