The OHL: Top 10 Pieces of Trade Bait for the 2010-2011 Season

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The OHL: Top 10 Pieces of Trade Bait for the 2010-2011 Season

This week, OHL fans were privy to three big trades. Well, maybe two and a half.

Even though the Shugg/Cantin and Ebert trades were technically separate, they can, to an extent, be seen as part of a duet (with a trilogy likely on the way come January).

The other trade saw the Guelph Storm acquire big defenseman Daniel Maggio from the Sudbury Wolves for an interesting package of picks and prospects.

But Mississauga and Guelph aren't the only two teams loading up for the coming season, and Sudbury sure isn't the only team likely to end up selling by the time January rolls around.

Some of last year's big trades, like Barrie's acquisition of Nick Crawford and TJ Brodie and Kitchener's acquisition of Matt Tipoff from Belleville, happened well in advance of the January deadline.

The reason the trading season seems to start earlier now is ostensibly the OHL's new rule preventing players who partcipate in the World Juniors from being traded while at the tournament.

Teams are now trying to make their big moves earlier to work the players into the team chemistry over a greater period of time.

Without further ado, let's get to the Top Ten...

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