The Edmonton Oilers have been moving on from their first round picks for years.
Of course Taylor Hall tops the list, but there's also been Jordan Eberle, Sam Gagner, Jeff Petry, Andrew Cogliano and Devan Dubnyk who have all gone on to have solid NHL careers elsewhere.
There's of course Nail Yakupov who was a bust in Edmonton, and ended up being a bust elsewhere as well.
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins was drafted first overall by the Oilers back in 2011 and he's stuck around in Edmonton for 382 points in 539 games, however his time in Edmonton maybe be finally coming to an end?
We've heard trade rumors regarding Nugent-Hopkins for awhile now and it might finally come to be.
Mike Harrington of The Buffalo News writes that another big trade is likely coming for the Sabres and it could involve Nugent-Hopkins.
Harrington suggests some sort of package that would Nugent-Hopkins land on the Sabres while Rasmus Ristolainen head over to Edmonton, maybe even in a 1 for 1 swap.