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23 Oct 2014 02:37:00
Bruins trade 2015 2nd round draft pick (Philadelphia) to Buffalo for Chris Stewert. Buffalo Retains anywhere from 25-50%.
You heard it here first.
If BO'S really wants Stewart, Murray will want more than one 2nd, especially if he is retaining 50%. Sorry this put under a different comment.
Plus there are better options than Stewart.
Bruins wants to get Stewart for nothing here. sorry no deal unless something of equal value coming back. Not a fire sale.
22 Oct 2014 02:21:41
Send Draisatal back to junior
Hall Nugent-Hopkins Eriksson
Yakupov Arcobello Perron
Pouliot Richards Purcell
Joensuu Gordon Hendricks
No way that gets you Richards. Yes he is over-paid but still a quality player. And would be the Oilers #2 center
Richards would likely cost Lander + Klefbom or Marincin.
Realistically Lander and Aulie will be AHL players. And may never crack their line-up
3rd Round for Richards? Haha no way
23 Oct 2014 14:48:32
Bruins trade: Drop the first.
21 Oct 2014 20:43:17
Boston: Erikson, Kelly, Bart, 3rd conditional 2015
Edmonton: Eberle, 1st 2016 or maybe another pick/prospect
Big salary dump for boston as well as a good trade benefiting both sides. The Oil get a center which they desperately need as well as good leader/vet in Loui. Bart is a throw in and gives Edmonton more depth at the back end. Bruins get a goal scoring winger that has the caliber to play with Krejci and Looch, as well as possibly a good pick or instead of that pick a solid young prospect that could be influential in the future and stating the obviously the oil need to move on from prospect and future picks, they need locker room leader ASAP. thoughts?
So bad for Edmonton. Not even enough for Eberle and you want to add a possible top-3 pick?
And yes I think Edmonton will still be bottom 5ish in the league next year
18 Oct 2014 21:17:20
The one thing Boston lacks is a top scorer and Eberle can be that
19 Oct 2014 14:06:31
Camara is staying put, and I doubt you'd get a first from Boston. It would have to grow a little on Edmonton's part for that deal to work.
18 Oct 2014 19:51:16
Trades for the big names out there
EDM: Zbynek Michalek, Mark Visentin, Conditional 2nd Round Pick (2015)
ARZ: Nail Yakupov
DET: Jeff Petry
EDM: Darren Helm
DAL: Mike Green
WSH: Eric Cole, Brett Ritchie, Conditional 3rd Round Pick (2015)
BOS: Patrick Marleau
SJS: Brad Marchand, 2nd Round Pick (2015)
(Not sure about the cap)
TOR: David Perron
EDM: Cody Franson, 3rd Round Pick (2015)
CAR: David Deharnais
MTL: Jiri Tlusty, 4th Round Pick (2015)
19 Oct 2014 14:08:21
Re: Boston trade. Pretty good trade. if you're San Jose.
TOR-EDM is fair but no reason to do that trade.
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18 Oct 2014 15:42:09
Why would the oilers do this? They need a proven goalie like Reimer for example ;)
17 Oct 2014 01:27:10
An idea for the Bruins and the Sharks
To Boston: Thornton
To San Jose: Eriksson, Bartkowski, Spooner
17 Oct 2014 21:26:44
Well, you got one thing right. It's an idea. A not very good one from Bostons standpoint, though. Give up the could be's for a won't ever be the same. Hmmm. Thanks, but no.
14 Oct 2014 23:58:58
To Edmonton: Krejci
To Boston: Eberle
Boston hangs up.
Boston adds a 2nd or a prospect maybe
Krejci is taller than small Eberle
Scott is taller than Keith. does that make him better
14 Oct 2014 06:42:25
BOS: Spooner, Fraser, 5th
Boston needs scoring and Schwartz fits their style. STL needs to strengthen prospect pool. Spooner could be the offensive finesse player STL needs. Fraser could play in their bottom 6 or continue developing in the AHL.
14 Oct 2014 07:29:45
Why would STL do that? Just no reason for them.
St.Louis doesn't need a better prospect pool. Rattie, Jaskin, Fabbri, and Barbashev. To name a few
Schwartz is the offensive finesse player STL needs.
13 Oct 2014 06:53:05
Simple cap dump for boston
12 Oct 2014 23:51:42
Devils: Bruins 2nd rd. pick 2015 and 3rd rd. pick 2015
Bruins: Michael Ryder
Bringing back Ryder right now is just what the Bruins need right now after having so many key figures in the dressing room leave, they need to bring back an old face and Ryder fits into their need for a decent right winger and is still affordable with their tight cap.
13 Oct 2014 06:11:27
salary cap says no
Maybe take out a pick an throw either Bartkowski or Macquaid because NJ needs some defence
13 Oct 2014 17:29:25
Salary cap says yes
13 Oct 2014 19:15:28
salary cap obvioulsly says no. BOS has under 2 mil in room, ryder mkes over 3.
Salary cap says nothing. It doesn't have a mouth.
14 Oct 2014 04:44:11
Under 2 million in space with 4 scratched pplayers called up. Send down 3 and that free's up at least 1.8 mil
14 Oct 2014 06:05:04
well you can't have 4 scratched players on a 23 man roster where 20 dress every game. also, I don't know of a team that's gone any more than a couple days with less than a 22 man roster, so no, BOS isn't going to hamsring themselves in regards to cap and lineup flexibility to bring in michael ryder of all people.
12 Oct 2014 19:58:51
Sens need some top 6 help, and the Bruins are apparently not too happy with Marchy anymore
Greening and Puempel for Marchand maybe?
Boston's only giving up marchand of they get another top 6 guy
Pageau, Michalek, 5th for Marchand
14 Oct 2014 23:46:34
Not likely. That's scraps for a top 4 forward.
Sam Gagner and BJ Crombeen for a sixth. just sayin
04 Oct 2014 23:52:15
Isles stock up on D
Hawks and Bruins relieve cap space
2nd 2015, 2nd 2016 and Conditional 3rd 2015(If Islanders trade him before season end)
D TJ Brennan
D Ville Pokka
Rights to RFA goalie Anders Nilsson
Also Hawks sign Daniel Carcillo to 1- year one-way $550,000 contract
05 Oct 2014 08:06:44
i thought CHI mighta been able to get a bit more for leddy, but hey it is what is is and they fixed thier cap troubles
Conditional is if they trade Boychuk to an eastern team.
04 Oct 2014 21:24:41
Hawks: Brennan, polka and Neilson
Bruins: two 2nds, 3rd
Say what you want, but Snow
Made this team better today.
04 Oct 2014 19:37:22
A trade happened today:
to NYI: Johnny Boychuk
to Bruins: 2015 2nd round pick, 2016 2nd round pick and a 2015 3rd round pick. Thoughts? Who in your opinion won that trade?
Depends if the bruins are able to draft some studs from those picks. but as of right now islanders won it
It wasn't about winning the trade for Boston. It's about getting some cap relief.
04 Oct 2014 03:50:15
To BOS: Evander Kane
To WPG: Brad Marchand, David Pastrnak, 4th rd pick
Eh, Kane would be a downgrade to Marchand. Don't care that Kane is younger, Marchand does everything you want from a player. Kane is a one sided player and lacks the playoff experience that Marchand has. Don't see how the Bruins would even consider this. Plus Kane makes more money, is less productive and would put them over the cap even after Savard goes on LTIR, I believe.
Why in a million years. Would Boston trade there first round pick from THIS YEAR! He hasn't even played in a preseason game so you think there going to quit on him and send him to Winnipieg? Your out of your mind
Maybe loui erickson + boychuk + a 4th round is more realistic, the jets want over payment for kane because he has 1 season with 40 goals, after that it was all downhill. he's young but he's often injures.
04 Oct 2014 17:39:33
kane has never scored 40 though
Kane a downgrade to Marchand? Joke of the day!! Kane has been and will always be better than that weasel
With the giants
05 Oct 2014 08:08:39
lol kane's been in the league for what, 5 years now? his junior stats mean less than nothing.
Connor Brown also had 128 points this year in the O and yet the Leafs sent him down. Junior stats mean nothing once you hit the NHL.
29 Sep 2014 14:50:31
SI.COM: Allan Muir lists Ottawa’s Bobby Ryan and Marc Methot, Boston’s Adam McQuaid, Nashville’s Ryan Ellis, Washington’s Mike Green and Joel Ward, Arizona’s Antoine Vermette, Winnipeg’s Dustin Byfuglien, Chicago’s Nick Leddy, the NY Islanders’ Lubomir Visnovsky and Casey Cizikas, and Montreal’s David Desharnais among the NHL players most likely to be traded this season.
Here are a couple trades that involve those players:
To WAS: Casey Cizikas, Cory Conacher, 4th rounder
To NYI: Mike Green
NYI need a veteran defenceman and WAS already has Orpik, Niskanen, Alzner, Carlson. This also gives WAS depth down the middle
To ARZ: Nail Yakupov
To EDM: Antoine Vermette, Brendan Perlini, 3rd Rounder
EDM needs a second line centre badly this also gives them a big PWF prospect. ARZ gets a potential stud.
To WIN: Cody Eakin, Jamie Oleksiak
To DAL: Dustin Buyfuglien
DAL needs some depth on defence and a number one D-man. WIN could use some more depth at centre and gives them a big guy on defence
I believe this addresses needs for all teams involved however some may need to add. What are you thoughts?
Also spectorshockey.net is reporting that the NYR are in discussions with SJS for Joe Thornton. They are reporting it unlikely due to cap restrictions but what if NYR cleared up some cap? The consensus on the majority of blogs I'm reading is Hagelin + Picks what do you think?
Hagelin and what picks? Don't have a oter this year and in a deep draft don't want to not have any pike in top 60. And trading te '16 first means no first pick for three years? Great player and would help the rangers out but if lots of picks are traded away it's a huge loss for the future, unless the management really believes in the current young players so picks won't be missed.
Yeah, isles need a veteran defenseman, not a guy who can quarterback a power play. And they definitely wouldn't trade arguably their best penalty killer for him, he's been very good in preseason as well.
29 Sep 2014 03:36:12
The Bruins are talking to New Jersey, Colorado, New York Islanders, Carolina, Philadelphia, Winnipeg, and Edmonton. The players involved in all these talks are Kelly(Carolina, Philadelphia) Bartkowski, Ryan O'Rielly(Boston)Joe Morrow(Edmonton), Boychuk (Edmonton, Philadelphia, NYI,Winnipeg, and New Jersey) Evander Kane (Boston, Philadelphia) Vinny Lecavileir(excuse my spelling)
I could see a multiplayer traded happening with Colorado, NYI, Carolina, Winnipeg, and Edmonton.
I'm not sure who could bring O'Reilly and Kane to Boston and I'm not sure who we would get for the players listed. Leave a comment for some trade ideas.
29 Sep 2014 07:04:49
Players that could bring oReilly and Kane to Boston are players I'm pretty sure BOS does not want to give up.
26 Sep 2014 21:35:05
Boston: Boychuk, Kelly, spooner ,2015 2nd
Edmonton : Taylor hall
Hall said prior to his draft date he wanted to go to boston and is prob sick of losing and boston ends up with they wanted in that draft anyways. Win win
If he did go to Boston which I doubt he does Lucic would be going the other way
27 Sep 2014 06:54:05
win win maybe for hall and boston, definately not for the oilers organization which has to approve the trade though lol
27 Sep 2014 08:04:42
That get's you around 1 toe of Hall.
If Boston wants Hall, I think they should start with Lucic, Hamilton, Khokchalev/Spooner and a 1st.
Insanely one-sided for Boston, disgustingly bad for the Oilers. Can't wait for the "makes sense for the Oilers because they are awful" posts even though they've made a lot of changes over the off-season and no one on this board has a clue how they will perform. But no one here would make such stupid claims, would they?
Oh, whoops, Shankar already did and I'm sure more morons will too. You guys are great analysts of mud. Congrats.
27 Sep 2014 17:38:30
chrip do you kno how to read? you might wanna read the comment agin bud, before you open your mouth
27 Sep 2014 17:40:47
looks liek you're the "moron who is a great analyst of mud" now eh, chirp. :D
not hard to see why peopel dislike you now
Haha, misread. I'm mature enough to admit when I made an enormous mistake. Sincere apologies, Shankar.
This time. :P
And I know why I'm hated here, because I don't buy into living in a fantasyland. Don't care.
@Chirp you offer great, fair and insightful comments and I rarely disagree with you, but your desire to denigrate Shankar got in way of your better judgement this time I am afraid.
Chirp is still a douche lol
25 Sep 2014 21:42:28
Boston: Boychuk, Koko, 2015 2nd
Islanders : Okposo
Think snow would do it?
26 Sep 2014 04:18:34
meh maybe, snow is dumb enough to at least consider it.
Spooner or maybe Joe Morrow over Koko and then u got a deal.
26 Sep 2014 11:54:27
Islanders MAY just want to add some.
Okposo is a legimate top line RW who plays great with Tavares. Players like that do not get moved for role players.
24 Sep 2014 18:29:09
Nj: Kindl 4th
Det: Boychuk 3rd (becomes a 2nd if he doesn't resign)
Big risk for detroit but they need d especially a right handed one and brunner will have to fill the role of jurco
First trade doesn't make sense. If they wanted Brunner they could have resigned him last year plus Detroit already has many cowards capable of playing. 2nd trade is good / fair value
They couldn't resign brunner because of cap issues, they wanted too keep him
24 Sep 2014 15:31:37
Dallas: Garbutt + 2015 4th + 2016 3rd
Boston clears cap and gets a gritty winger who fits their system
Dallas gets a Dman to bolster that weak blueline
Dallas: 2015 4th or 5th
Boston already has a lot of depth so McQuaid will more likely traded since Pete said he's not trading Boychuk (even though he was apparently having talks about him with EDM earlier this Summer)
Thoughts? Contributions? Alterations?
Not enough in either trade
I like the first one, makes a lot of sense. Boston gets a winger under contract for 3 years at $1.8 mil per, which is pretty good if he continues what he did last season and I don't see how he wouldn't considering he'd probably have a bigger role in Boston. Dallas gets, in my opinion, the most underrated defenseman in the league, but for only one season. If this trade was on the table, Boston should absolutely take it, considering the fact that Boychuk will probably want too much as a FA, Bruins being in a bad cap situation as is, wouldn't be able to add another big contract and plus, they already have plenty of defensive depth. They can use the money they save from Boychuk to help sign their RFAs as well. Overall, solid trade
I agree it undercuts a tad, but since Boston has to get cap compliant they probably won't get full value in a salary cap move.
I think it's a fair deal. People are out of their minds if they think Boychuk alone would be able to bring in someone like Yakupov, that's not happening.
26 Sep 2014 11:55:45
I'm pretty sure McQuaid is worth more than that.
20 Sep 2014 14:24:52
to edm: marrow and mcquaid
to BOS: 2015 2nd 2016 5th/6th rnd pick
to any: bartkowski
to BOS. 3rd/4th rnd pick
sign smith and krug to 6 yr 19m dollar contracts
krugs contract explained
first year 2m second year 3m third year 3m fourth year 4.5m fifth year 3.5m sixth year 3m
smiths contract explained
first year 3m second year 2m third year 3m fourth year 4.5m fifth year 3m sixth year 3.5m
in their fourth year chara gets paid 3m less so that 3m goes to them. these contracts balance each other out so far the first two years they get paid combined 5m dollars then in year 3 6m. in year four they get paid the most because of charas lower contract. then four the last two years the combined cap hit is 6.5m
This would work well with salary cap potentially rising to $65 million
20 Sep 2014 17:03:59
How many $ in which contract year is unimportant.
Cap hit is built upon average value of the deal per year, which would be 3.16M per in any case here.
Wait aren't JT and bruins1737 the same person.?
ya it does there technically different contraccts each year
18 Sep 2014 08:08:27
To Boston: Yakapov
To Edmonton: Boychuk & Reilly Smith
Boychuck and Marchand would fit in nicely in Edmonton IMO, but Yako is too risky for most teams, to me, it just feels like the "Kovalchuk bolt" is high on Yakos list.
Chiarelli politely refuses and hangs up.
17 Sep 2014 11:58:48
1st Round Pick 2015
Of all the possible EKane Trades this one to me makes the most sense and I hate the Bruins.
17 Sep 2014 17:15:25
i can tell you hate the bruins. lucic alone is too much.
17 Sep 2014 17:28:19
Its quite obvious that you hate the Bruins, the trade sucks, Winnipeg says Yes in a Heartbeat, Boston Laughs and hangs up.
17 Sep 2014 17:28:35
Does indeed make sense. For Winnipeg.
WAAAAAAY too much from Boston
Tooooo much from Boston.
Lucic and a 3rd for Kane and a 2nd. But Lucic will never end up in WPG.
Lucic is worth mor than Kane imo
Horrible trade for Boston. Their basically throwing their future and one of there best players in the trash.
Way to much!
Lucic worth much than kane.
Lucic has zero talent, but is a consistent force on the ice, zero chance the B's move him.
Boychuck, Eriksson, Subban & 3rd for E.Kane & 1st solves up some issues for both teams.
Yeah. Not going to happen. Lucic isn't going anywhere. At least not in that deal. lol
19 Sep 2014 17:16:17
how does lucic have zero talent? the guy puts up 60 points a year, a total beast on the forcheck and prety much a presence wherever he is. imo he's one of the top powerforwards in the game
Lucic is Big aggressive decent hands but the guy can barely turn, terrible acceleration and uses his size for everything. Very low skating talent level like Dino Ciccarelli' garbage man goals but I guess goals are goals. Put Lucic on weak team and the lack of talent insulation would expose Lucic terribly.
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