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When it comes to making the big move to acquire a necessary talent, San Jose Sharks GM Doug Wilson has never been shy on pulling the trigger. During the 2006-07 season, Wilson traded for power forward Bill Guerin at the deadline to bolster what in his mind was a top forward group in need of extra punch. The following season Wilson traded for puck moving defenseman Brian Campbell because he felt his team needed more offense from the blue-line. Now along with two first round picks, the players given up in these deals were Ville Nieminen, who despite being just 33 years old is already out of the NHL, and Steve Bernier, who has not lived up to his first round draft slot. Bernier's career high of 32 points was quite low for being drafted 16th overall in 2003 and he spent just one year in Buffal ...

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