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In A Shocking Trade, Warsaw Parts With Bridges


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Warsaw, Poland – After a relatively rough start to the season – including a stretch of what seemed like a dozen losses consecutively – Warsaw Predators management came in with the understanding that the team needed a fresh injection of energy. They moved the team’s fantasy and defensive star Alex Bridges and the veteran center Arthur Dayne in a blockbuster trade that, in the end, saw a total of three picks and four players move.

 

New to Warsaw are veteran forward Willie Dredge – who’s closing in on the twilight of his career – and an up-and-coming two-way defenseman in Latrell Mitchell. It was an interesting move that, in many analysts’ circles, was viewed as a relative victory for the Polish team – who will retain a high-quality young player and a first rounder (albeit a bit lower than their own) in exchange for a mid-career player in Alex Bridges. He’s contributed beautifully for the Predators thus far, including an S73 campaign involving 194 total shots blocked in a relatively difficult season for Warsaw – and the team will certainly miss his defensive effort going forward, even with the quality they’ve brought in.

 

Who do you think won this trade, now that we’re just a handful of hours past the time it was made public? Does the youth Warsaw brought in counterbalance the exchange of first round picks? Will Bridges continue to be a fantasy beast?

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