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June 25, 2012 | 5:30pm ET
Isles offered every pick for Murray

The New York Islanders were so high on defenseman Ryan Murray during the NHL Draft, they offered the Blue Jackets every pick their owned in the draft, the Columbus Dispatch reports.

According to the Dispatch, the Islanders offered all of their seven draft picks, one in each round, for the right to move up from No. 4 overall to No. 2 overall to select Murray.

Blue Jackets GM Scott Howson refused to comment on the offer, but told reporters on Friday after the first round that he received a "very attractive" trade offer for the pick.

The Blue Jackets were tremendously high on Murray heading into the Draft, and used their selection to make him a member of their organization.

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