Olaf Kolzig, G (WAS): Many Olaf Kolzig owners were already concerned because of Kolzig's sluggish play and the fact that journeyman Brent Johnson was snaking starts. While some owners were holding out hope that Kolzig would return to his All-Star form, the door has now been slammed shut on that. In the most shocking trade of the day, the Montreal Canadiens sent their top goalie, Cristobal Huet, to Washington for merely a second-round pick. It's worth noting that Hal Gill, a so-so defenseman now with the Pittsburgh Penguins, was traded for second- and fifth-round draft picks. Meanwhile, Huet, an All-Star netminder, only garnered a second-round pick. Anyways, Huet will be the starter now for Washington, and Kolzig's value has diminished even more.