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Devils could’ve traded Q away for a bag of used practice pucks and I would’ve been happy.  Good riddance.

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13 minutes ago, Colorado Rockies 1976 said:

Devils could’ve traded Q away for a bag of used practice pucks and I would’ve been happy.  Good riddance.

I think you hated Q almost as much as SD hates PK...lol

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Just now, Nicomo said:

I think you hated Q almost as much as SD hates PK...lol

Heh heh, yeah safe to say that I wasn’t a fan.  Guy got more than enough looks...it was just time to move on.  Glad that happened.  

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I was reading about Hayden. RW with some size, 6'2 right handed shot

 

http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/john-hayden/

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Hayden has the size, skills, and aggressive temperament to develop into a top-nine power forward. Drafted as a center by the Blackhawks in 2013, he has played primarily on the right wing in his two seasons at Yale. He is equally comfortable carrying the puck or finishing the play and is especially effective around the net. Hayden does not shy away from throwing his weight around and has the capacity to be a force in the physical game. Skating is still an area in need of improvement for him and he continues to develop his overall game.

I mean hey, could be useful for sure.

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1 hour ago, Devil Dan 56 said:

I was reading about Hayden. RW with some size, 6'2 right handed shot

 

http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/john-hayden/

I mean hey, could be useful for sure.

He's going to be a bottom 6 grinder for us if he makes the team. I think the trade was more about giving Q another shot to develop somewhere else and getting someone in return to play an important role on the team at low cost.

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30 minutes ago, Neb00rs said:

He's going to be a bottom 6 grinder for us if he makes the team. I think the trade was more about giving Q another shot to develop somewhere else and getting someone in return to play an important role on the team at low cost.

Seems like he was in a similar position. The change of scenery could help both

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