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How I would write out the condition on the 1st round pick in the Monahan trade

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1. If Calgary's 2024 first is between #20 and #32, Montreal can have that or decide to wait until 2025.




2. If Montreal waits until 2025 and is able to receive Florida's 2025 first from Calgary:

> Montreal receives Florida's 2025 first if Calgary's 2025 first is in the Top 10.

> Montreal receives whichever of the two firsts is higher if Calgary's 2025 first is not in the Top 10.




3. If Montreal waits until 2025 and Florida's 2025 first is not available:

> Montreal receives Calgary's 2025 first if it is not in the Top 10.

> Montreal also receives Calgary's 2025 fourth ...

>>> if Florida's 2025 first is not in the Top 10 ...
>>> if Florida's 2025 first is traded to another team ...
>>> and if it's higher than Calgary's 2025 first.




4. If Montreal waits until 2025, if Florida's 2025 first is not available and if Calgary's 2025 first is in the Top 10:

> Montreal receives Calgary's 2025 first if it's not #1




5. If Montreal waits until 2025, if Florida's 2025 first is not available and if Calgary's 2025 first is #1:

> Montreal receives Calgary's 2025 third + whichever 2026 first is higher between Calgary and Florida
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This is my analysis on the conditions:

1. Montreal can chose Calgary’s 2024 1st if it’s between pick 20 and pick 32
2. If they decide to not take that pick, it’s between the 2025 1st of Florida or Calgary
3. If both picks are out of the top 10, Montreal receives the highest one
4. If Calgary’s pick is top 10 and Florida’s isn’t, they receive Florida’s pick
5. If Florida’s pick is top 10 and Calgary’s isn’t, that pick goes back to Florida and Montreal gets Calgary’s pick
6. If Montreal is supposed to get Florida’s pick (because they’re both outside the top 10, and is higher than Calgary’s), and it gets traded, they receive Calgary’s 2025 pick plus a 2025 4th
7. If both are top 10, Florida’s pick goes back to Florida and Calgary keeps their pick, but:

A. If it’s the 1st ov, they get the better 2026 1st between Florida and Calgary and Calgary’s 2025 3rd
B. If it’s between 2-10th ov, they receives Calgary’s 2025 first
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This is my analysis on the conditions:

1. Montreal can chose Calgary’s 2024 1st if it’s between pick 20 and pick 32
2. If they decide to not take that pick it’s between the 2025 1st of Florida or Calgary
3. If both picks are out of the top 10, Montreal receives the highest one
4. If Calgary’s pick is top 10 and Florida’s isn’t, they receive Florida’s pick
5. If Florida’s pick is top 10 and Calgary’s isn’t, that pick goes back to Florida and Montreal gets Calgary’s pick
6. If Montreal is supposed to get Florida’s pick (because they’re both outside the top 10, and is higher than Calgary’s), and it gets traded, they receive Calgary’s 2025 pick plus a 2025 4th
7. If both are top 10, Florida’s pick goes back to Florida and Calgary keeps their pick, but:

A. If it’s 1st ov, they get the better 2026 1st between Florida and Calgary and Calgary’s 2025 3rd
B. If it’s 2-10th ov, they receives Calgary’s 2026 first


I got my interpretation from this press release by the Montreal Canadiens:

https://www.nhl.com/canadiens/news/canadiens-acquire-sean-monahan-from-flames/c-335312254



If you write it out in a list that is in bullet-form and a format that visually-appealing, it might be easier to understand.

It allows you to game out all the different scenarios.
 
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