Thursday, March 13, 2014


Adam Hall has the distinction of being on the wrong end of possibly the worst trade in Wild history.  On February 9, 2007, Hall was acquired straight-up for Pascal Dupuis.  It's not entirely Hall's fault that the trade was so lopsided -- he only appeared in 23 games for the Wild before moving on to Tampa Bay.  And while Dupuis didn't set the world on fire with the Rangers (who unloaded him after six games) or the Thrashers, he has blossomed into one of the finest two-way wings in the game since arriving in Pittsburgh.

As for Hall, he has carved out a nice, long career of his own as a fourth-line grinder, specializing on faceoffs and penalty kills.  He is currently in his second season with the Philadelphia Flyers.

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