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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.
17 Sep 2014 11:10:01
Third in a series of 6 moves:
Buffalo - Brian Flynn, FR (26 yo, $637,500/1 yr)
Boston - Chris Kelly CL (33 yo, $3,000,000/2 yr) & 2015 3rd. Kelly and Flynn played the same role for BOS and BUF respectively PK centers, similar scoring, min/gm, hits, blk shots. Murray takes on a contract to help the Bruins with their cap by $2,400,000 and is given a 3rd for providing cap relief.
17 Sep 2014 11:09:21
Fourth in a series of 6 moves:
Offer Torry Krug $16,800,000 for 5yr, this will cost Buffalo a 2015 2nd, if Boston does not match the offer.
17 Sep 2014 17:19:17
BOS matches without a doubt since you just cleared them 3 mil in that kelly trade
You can't offer Krug a contract because he was a college free agent and Buffalo wouldn't need him anyway with all the additions they made and your trades.
Thank you Bruins1737, I never knew that about first time free agents (not just college RFA). That is what I like about this site, I learn something every day. His only option is to sign with the KHL and apparently they made him an offer.
@Shankar, unfortunately for the Bruins even after LTIR Savard, they only have a little over $3.2MM of space, add in the $2.4MM if they traded Kelly, they would be hard pressed to sign both Reilly and Krug to decent contracts. But if I were Murray, I would still make that trade with Boston if Boston gave back a pick.
18 Sep 2014 15:47:44
yea I forgot about smith lol, they could get rid of boychuk then and have room for him and not lose too much on D since they are very deep
17 Sep 2014 11:05:02
I am not sure which direction Murray is taking this team but he signed 4 of the top 30 available free agents and traded for Gorges, none of them were "young", he may be looking to get into the playoffs this year. Franzen, Penner and Kelly all were on teams that won the Stanley Cup in the past 7 years, Gorges and Gionta were on a team that if it were not for Price’s injury could have gone the Cup finals. That is a lot of successful playoff experience being added to the team. Adding Franzen, Weiss, Methot, Penner and Krug could be the missing keys to make it to the playoffs.
Franzen > Stewart, Penner > Stafford, Kelly = Flynn, Gionta > Conacher, Weiss at center> Ennis at center.
Meszaros > Myers, Krug > Ehrhoff, Benoit > McBain, Gorges > Tallinder, Methot>whoever was the 5th D-man
The lines could look like this
Moulson--------Hodgson-----Penner (#1 PP line)
Franzen---------Weiss--------- Gionta (#2 PP line)
Ennis------------Kelly-----------Mitchell (#1 PK line: Kelly/Mitchell)
Foligno------Girgensons------McCormick (#2 PK line: Girgensons/McCormick; aka-crash line)
Meszaros---------Krug/ (if Boston matches the deal then Ristolainen)
This line up gives Hodgson two left handed shots to set up. Playing Penner with Moulson & Hodgson and Stafford with Weiss & Franzen may allow all 6 of them to have turnaround years. If that should happen either this team could compete or some of them could be moved for picks at the trading deadline and after the team has developed a winning attitude the kids could be brought up to strut their stuff. For example, trade Weiss and bring up Gregorenko, trade Hodgson and bring up Reinhart, , trade Meszaros and bring up Zaderov, trade Methot and bring up McCabe. Bring up Armia late in the season and move Gionta to the 3rd line. As usual, I am always looking for feedback.
17 Sep 2014 17:22:30
at this point, without any deals made, BUF's addition are totally for leadership imo. none of the guys they brought in except for MAYBE moulson is a game breaker. the likes of gionta and gorges can greatley help the developmnet and shelter the young guys for the next couple years. I liked what they did actually, should pay off in a couple years.
17 Sep 2014 17:33:33
Still not a playoff team, not even in the East.
And, IMO the totally wrong direction for BUF. Contine the rebuild is what they should do, they already got very good prospects, they should keep adding to that, especially in that 15 draft.
And many of your > < are wrong IMO.
Franzen isn't > Stewart
Kelly >> Flynn
Meszaros < Myers
Krug = Ehrhoff
Benoit = McBain
He's just going too pawn them for picks at deadline
Thanks for all of the feed back. As a Sabre fan, I just hope they finish last again. @Shankar, you are correct about the pickups not being game breakers, but Meszaros, Benoit, Gorges and Gionta are a big upgrade over Ehrhoff, Tallinder, McBain and Conacher. Hard to say how much different the goaltending will be, Neuvirth looks like he could be a keeper. Lastly, if they are not traded Stafford and Stewart are in contract years, and we all know how that improves a players performance.
@Draisitl_94 I will not contest your player evaluation, because regardless, the total still adds up to better skaters after the trades than before the trades.
Remember if all of the moves were made (except for Krug) Murray would pick up 2 1st and a 3rd, and if all of you are correct, they would still be a bad team.
15 Sep 2014 20:25:57
Hearing the Bruins are talking to Edmonton and Winnipeg
Players involved in talks are Joe Morrow, Johnny Boychuk, Yakupov, And Evander Kane
Morrow would be a good fit for Edmonton. Maybe Morrow, another prospect and a second for Yakupov? Ik the value seems off but Morrow will be a number 1 defenseman one day and Edmonton will need one of those soon.
15 Sep 2014 21:34:10
Ya sure, Morrow seems like a lock for several norris trophies. *ironyoff*
He's a good prospect, but Yak is still a former no.1 pick and Kane might be difficult, but his ceiling is skyhigh.
I also am hearing Detroit is in the mix
16 Sep 2014 03:39:39
Yak for Kane?!?!
13 Sep 2014 12:54:08
This is unlikely but the value seems fair.
To St. Louis: Marchand
To Boston: Oshie
Marchand scored 25 goals this season and Oshie scored 21.
Oshie would fit Boston's needs for a right winger and St. Louis could use another left wing.
Tell me what you think or who needs to add.
13 Sep 2014 15:57:30
I think Oshie has the potential to score more than Marchand, but Marchand is more of a "Bruins" type player. I think Oshie is a little softer.
13 Sep 2014 19:12:32
i agree with 1st comment, marchand fits BOS's system perfectly and is on a pretty good long term contract so I doubt they move him.
Oshie has way more potential in my opinion anyways
Marchand wouldn't do half as well without Bergeron. He's admitted it. Oshie creates things on his own and is solid defensively. Boston adds.
Boston trade : marchand + boychuk + 2nd
St-louis : oshie + 1st
That make more sense to me.
11 Sep 2014 20:24:08
Buffalo - Brian Flynn, FR (26 yo, $637,500/1 yr)
Boston - Chris Kelly CL (33 yo, $3,000,000/2 yr) & 2015 3rd.
Kelly and Flynn played the same role for BOS and BUF respectively PK centers, similar scoring, min/gm, hits, blk shots. Murray takes on a contract to help the Bruins with their cap by $2,362,500 and is given a 3rd for his troubles.
11 Sep 2014 11:29:10
BOS: Chris Kelly C & Jared Knight RW
CGY: Markus Granlund C & 6th round pick
08 Sep 2014 23:53:56
According to a source Thornton will only accept a trade to a cup-contending team. These teams were stated as Los Angeles, Chicago, Anaheim, and St.Louis. Might have been one more team. Only western teams though, he wants to keep his family down south.
The only real fit within these clubs would be Chicago, but the trade would be interesting with Chicago's cap space.
Personally Thornton is staying put, due to the high cap hit, and lack of trade partners.
Marleau is the more likely to be traded. Boston looks like a fit, along with Montreal, Pittsburgh, Dallas, Vancouver, Tampa Bay and possibly the Maple Leafs. Marleau has many more possible destinations other than the ones I listed. Comment possible trade for Marleau?? Thanks guys
09 Sep 2014 17:38:12
for his production thornton doesn't have a big controct at all, its actually pretty good value. anyways, I hthink if one goes both will end up leaving, not to the same team, but in the same time period.
09 Sep 2014 19:56:31
Marleau to Van for Burrows, Shinkuruck, Markstrom and a 3rd.
Mtl- Eller 2nd pick2015 Moen
SJ- MArleau 35 with a 6. 666 3 year contract who choke in playoff
Eller can be a good 3rd line centerwith a potential of 40 to 50pts a years
And he clutch in playoff
07 Sep 2014 16:21:12
NJD: 4th, 7th
BOS: Abdelkader, 3rd
EDM: McQuaid, Marchand
BOS: Purcell, 5th
07 Sep 2014 17:56:04
Marchand fits the Bruins style of play better IMO. Could just trade McQuaid for a mid-low pick.
Others are decent.
Ottawa wouldn't just take on salary without giving up some. For Bruner most reasonable to be traded would include condra and greening, wouldn't have to be apart of this deal but could be added as well.
LoL. Purcell is close to the worth of Marchand. It would probably be; Purcell and a 2nd/3rd for Marchand. Like @Draisaitl_94 stated; he fits Boston's style of play. No need to trade him.
And about Boychuck; the value seems fair. Because of his contract. But. Boston will have a hole in their roster to fill. Expect Boston get a defenseman back for him. 'NJD' are going to be left with 2 spots in their roster to fill. Most of their rookies aren't ready yet. I say, NJD keeps the players for this year. And trades them during the draft.
Oils: The Devils have 14 forwards with contracts. They need to trade 2. Ryder and Brunner are the most likely candidates.
Purcell is NOT close**
As useful as Boychuck would be, I don't see Detroit trading one of their only Physical Forwards just yet. Also Detroit would have too many D-men and would like to get rid of Quincey First.
07 Sep 2014 14:05:29
To Detroit: Boychuk, 3rd Round Draft Pick (becomes second if He resigns)
Boychuk and Jurco have been linked to rumors since the start of the off season and it would make sense for this trade. Detroit needs a right shot defenseman and Boston needs another forward.
Trade Kelly to anybody for a 4th
Trade Bartkowski to anybody for a 4th or prospect
Sign Krug and Smith to 4 year $12 million deals. $3 million a season.
Sign Leino to two years 2 million
Sign Gange to two years 2 million
$1 million a season for both players
Cap relief from Marc Savard being on LTIR
07 Sep 2014 15:53:43
To all the people who make teams get better picks (3rd to 2nd) if a player that gets traded to them resigns with them: THAT MAKES TOTALLY NO SENSE.
Those picks get DOWNgraded if the player resigns, because that obviously raises the players value.
In most cases, the pick going BACK for the players gets UPgraded for the team giving away the player, as the other team gives more value since it received more value (thru having the player resign)
Little confusing, but I think you all get what I'm talking about.
Tatar is very valuable to the Wings I don't see him being moved just yet.
06 Sep 2014 04:24:58
I saw a post about Detroit's top players getting older. I cannot agree more. Except with the trade. The trade makes no sense with the text. They are trading all of their young guns, for one. Who knows, some of them might turn out as good or better.
For Example: Eberle is good, but he is also small and doesn't hit.
After you read this, Detroit is going to have a completely different roster.
To Edmonton: Stephen Weiss, 2015 2nd/3rd
To Detroit: Jeff Petry
To Ottawa: Johan Franzen, 2016 3rd
To Detroit: Bobby Ryan
(Pretending no such thing as a salary cap)
To Boston: Henrik Zetterberg,
To Detroit: Reilly Smith,Torey Krug,Joe Morrow 2015 2nd/3rd
To Buffalo: 2016 1st (Can add a 2nd/3rd if needed)
To Detroit: Tyler Myers
Trade: David Krejci for Datsyuk and a 2017 2nd/3rd
Reason for trade number 1: Stephen Weiss is being injured left and right. And with his salary and that he does not play many teams don't want to take him. But, since Edmonton MIGHT need a 2nd line center. He would fit the job if he doesn't get injured. And Oilers want to get rid of Jeff Petry.
Reason for trade number 2: Franzen is getting old not younger. Instead of the points rising, their going to go down every year. Ottawa is looking for a guy like Franzen to replace Spezza (Not saying they are the same value) By that, I mean leadership, and being physical. Franzen fights for the puck, and usually stands up for teammates.
Reason for trade number 3: Same story with Zetterberg, but he will slow down slowly, or not at all. Teemu Selanne was old and played great. In return Detroit gets young players that got good potential.
Reason for trade number 4: Myers is young and big. Could be a good fit for Detroit. In exchange Buffalo gets a 1st which is going to be 10-25.
Reason for trade number 5: David Krejci is a great center to have. And is in 18th place on the NHL Player rankings (center). Datsyuk has more talent. But more cap and he is also older. But he still has a good 5-7 years in him
Thank you for reading all this text. Please do put your opinions, don't think about being rude. Just tell me and it will help me in the future as i'm new to the NHL.
06 Sep 2014 09:55:52
I think trade 1 is quite reasonable.
Trade 2: don't think you get Ryan for that. I just think OTT would get better offers from teams like PHI who could offer young talent instead of a declining Franzen who sure won't help OTT rebuilding.
Trade 3: don't think DET would ever trade ZET to BOS, but just theoretically, value might be okay considering age and stuff.
Trade 4: IMO the Sabres would want more than a 1st in 2016 for Myers. Add a good prospect and a mid pick.
Trade 5: Newly signed players rarely get traded. I think they signed him for so long for a reason. Sure, Datsyuk has more potential than Krejci, but Krejci fits the Bruins still of play perfetly IMO, so no real need for that change.
I assume you're talking about my post, I defiantly agree it's a better move to keep the younger talent and move the veterans out but the thought behind the post was to make Detroit win. The east is up for grabs and if Detroit makes a move for either a right handed D or Top 6 foeard they could contend once again
@Draisaitl_94 Thanks for the feedback!
Trade 1: Looks ok to me
Trade 2: Getting Bobby Ryan would be exactly what Detroit needs in the Top 6 forward with a physical guy who can shoot and be more consistent then Franzen. However, I don't know if that's enough.
Trade 3: I like what were getting but we are taking RFAs with some risk. Also trading Z-Berg in the division or in the conference wouldn't be very smart.
Trade 4: I would love Myers but wouldn't be enough, I don't know if adding Petry to that deal would help but regardless we would be better going for Mike Green.
Trade 5: I don't like trading within our division unless we get a stellar return. I personally rather keep Datsyuk then get Krejci. Kreijci is good but not what I am hoping for. I feel we would be better Trading Datsyuk to Columbus to maybe get Johansen plus.
05 Sep 2014 04:05:18
To LA: Adam Mcquaid,2015 4th/5th
To Boston: Jake Muzzin
To Buffalo: Torey Krug
To LA: 2015 3rd
Free's cap space
To Columbus: Mike Richards, 2015 2nd, 2016 1st/2nd
To LA: Ryan Johansen
Makes sense, LA gets a younger Center for their 2nd/3rd line. And LA also loses Richards' cap. But it does put them in a not good position in the 2016 draft.
Johansen can also gain chemistry with Toffoli and Pearson.
And Columbus loses a good player, but gains a good player and draft picks.
These are some of the worst trades I've seen on here in awhile.big overvalue on mcquaid total undervalue on krug. and the Columbus trade would be bettered by every team in the league
Isn't Richards making 1 mil? And Johansen is asking for 7 mil.
I was thinking brad. :/
05 Sep 2014 16:38:51
in what world is richards making 1 mil
Lol, thanks for the feedback @hab. I will try to make my trades better. Oilers_11 even BRAD Richards is not making 1m. What are you talking about?!?!
06 Sep 2014 04:21:27
Def. not enough for Krug. Not even close. McQuaid? Drop the pics and add something coming back.
Isn't johansen comparable to kessel when he was dealt to toronto. If so he will be dealt for a 2015,2016 1st round picks and a second or something close to it I think.im still not convinced Columbus moves him but it wouldn't surprise me.i agree with Hab on the other 2trades.brad makes 2 million.
Holy crap bad bad bad If I was a gm not totally aware of jackets needs butI assume it's not picks or 5/6 d man I would offer turris weircoch and stone and mabye a pick too sweetin the pot yes I know I said they don't need it but just for extra appeal
My bad messed up was thinking macauid from Boston but Richards way worst
@SensForLife Uh. Richards is not THAT bad as you think he is. 41 points that's not THAT bad.
Mike Richards' ability to perform in the clutch is one of the reasons they decided to pass on the opportunity to use a compliance buyout on him.
"No question," said Kings GM Dean Lombardi. "That's what you'd rather have, if you have a choice you'll always take the playoff big-game player over the regular-season guy. But you still need to get both particularly when you have a financial commitment under the cap; you can't just write it off." Lombardi also took into account that Richards played a key role in them winning the Cup in 2011 and liked what he heard from Richards during his exit meeting. Richards is coming off a down season where he recorded just 41 points in 82 games. He comes with a $5.75 million cap hit annually through 2019-20
Johansen won't get traded.
04 Sep 2014 23:16:30
to edm: boychuck kelly
to bos: yakupov
Petry and Gordon for Lucic then if a soon to be ufa dman and bottom six center gets you a top six winger. Think about it.
04 Sep 2014 23:14:48
trade mcquaid to any for 4th rd pick (becomes third if he resigns)
trade campbell to any for 4th round pick
to edm: Marchand
to bos: Perron retain 1.3m
8.1m dollars are freed up after savards relief
sign smith and krug to 4 year 12m dollar deals
sign gagne to a 1 year 1m dollar contract
sign penner to a 1 year 1m dollar deal
I think you may be missing a D in that lineup (Chara)
^ to whoever disagreed with the first comment. Chara is an extra then? Or you just have passive/agressive tenancies?
I just forgot him oops
One person, two usernames? Is that so you can have more believable marks and positive comments on bad trades? Lol
HockeyGodsGift I thought this was my post it looked a lot like it but no I only have one accounti made a mistake
Idk buddy both accounts post in the same format
04 Sep 2014 20:59:25
My shot at an E. Kane trade.
Here it goes
WPG: Kane and Tangradi
BOS: Marchand, Paille, 2015 2nd, 2016 1st
I would love this trade for Boston
I think the value is good, but believe Jets wouldn't trade Kane yet unless its overpayment, which this is not
04 Sep 2014 03:34:04
New way for Boston to shake up there roster.
Trade Kelly and Bartkowski to Buffalo for a 2015 3rd and a 2016 4th
Paille to anybody for a 3rd
Campbell to anybody for a 4th
*all these players are basically done in Boston because of cap problems after this season so might as well trade them now so younger talent can play.
Clears up around 6.5 million in cap
Sign Krug and Smith to 4 year $12 Million deals at $3 million a season
Sign Penner to a 1 year 1 Million deal
Sign Gange to a 1 year 1 Million deal
Cap relief from Marc Savard on LTIR
Extra: Spooner, Caron
I think you'd be very lucky to get a 3rd in 2015 alone for Kelly and Bartkowski. Probably asking too much for pending ufa's.
HockeyGodsGift Kelly isn't a upcoming UFA and it's just a way to dump salary they could trade them for 7th round picks for all I care as long as they shed salary.
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