Los Angeles Kings might hold key to drama at 2008 NHL entry draft

OTTAWA - The drama in this year's NHL entry draft does not sit with the No. 1 overall pick.Unless the Tampa Bay Lightning get an "earth-shaking offer" as GM Jay Feaster put it Wednesday, they are indeed going to select Sarnia Sting forward Steven Stamkos with the first pick Friday night.
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  1. The rumors for the #2 pick are ridiculous. Everyone keeps saying “the #2 and (insert player here)” for a big name player. But if the Kings trade Cammy or Brown or Frolov, WHO IS GOING TO PLAY WING ON THE TOP TWO LINES?!? I keep hearing that blasted Malkin rumor. Again, who is he going to play with him? Cammy will probably leave, but should they not wait until the trade deadline when teams get desperate (i.e. Nashville of two seasons ago or Pitt last year) and just fleece somebody’s young talent for a rental player?

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