Panthers Acquire 2010 No. 15 Overall Pick, D Dennis Wideman and 2011 Third Round Pick From Boston For F Horton and F Campbell
Panthers now have seven picks in the first 93 selections
Tuesday, 06.22.2010 / 3:00 PM ET / Transactions
|Boston Bruins' Dennis Wideman, left, checks Philadelphia Flyers' Darroll Powe in the first period of game 7 of a second-round NHL playoff hockey series, Friday, May 14, 2010, in Boston. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)
Tallon Trade Call
The Panthers now possess seven picks in the first 93 selections of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft including two first round picks (Nos. 3 and 15), three second round picks (Nos. 33, 36 and 50) and two fourth round picks (Nos. 92 and 93).
“We are extremely pleased to acquire an additional first round pick in the very deep 2010 Draft, as well as a top four defenseman in Dennis Wideman,” Tallon said. “Now, with seven picks in the first 93 selections, we have positioned ourselves to make a huge impact on the direction of our franchise this weekend.”
Wideman, 27, had six goals, 30 points and averaged over 23 minutes of ice time in 76 games for the Eastern Conference finalist Bruins in 2009-10. For his career, the Kitchener, Ont. native has played 378 games in the NHL scoring 46 goals and 165 points.
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