10 NHL Offseason Moves That Could Haunt NHL Teams for Years

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10 NHL Offseason Moves That Could Haunt NHL Teams for Years
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Every offseason, at least one hockey team makes a move that makes the collective fans of the NHL scratch their heads. 

Rick DiPietro, Alexei Yashin, Scott Gomez and Wade Redden all stand out as some of the shining examples of this, and as long as free agency and trades exist, other people will challenge Mike Milbury as the world's worst general manager.

This 2012 offseason was full of moves that could play a big part in a club's future, either good or bad. Most of these moves are not bad ones, as they likely improved or solidified their new teams. Some of these are just high-risk moves that could end up backfiring. 

Not quite the same as making the All-Milbury Team, but they could have a similar impact on a team long-term.

Here is the list of the Top 10 moves that could end up haunting a team for a while. 

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