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29 Nov 2018 21:13:30
Columbus: Panarin
Nashville: Fiala+2nd

Columbus: Bobrovsky+2nd
St Louis: Allen, Terasenko.

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1.) 29 Nov 2018 22:44:28
No way St. Louis trades Tarasenko for a player that probably won’t resign given their looking like they’re headed towards a rebuild. If they’re going to trade Senko it’s be for picks and prospects more than likely.


2.) 30 Nov 2018 00:33:00
We are not trading tarasenko for a ufa and a high pick. Lol wtf stupid bad.


3.) 30 Nov 2018 07:03:13
What’s with that Panarin trade? Fiala sucks.

One trade heavily favors Columbus, and the other trade heavily favors the opposing team.


 

 

29 Nov 2018 21:11:41
Chicago: Keith +2nd
toronto: Gardiner, Kapenen, 3rd

Chicago: Anisimov
NJD: 3rd, 5th

Chicago: Crawford+ 3rd
Philly: Hart +2nd

Chicago: Seabrook (50% Retained)
Boston: Vladar + 2nd.

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1.) 29 Nov 2018 23:23:25
Why is Philly giving the better pick with Hart?!


2.) 30 Nov 2018 00:04:04
Toronto shouldn't take Keith contract, and Kapanen is at an all time high in value.

New Jersey may do that, but they have decently good centre depth (Hischier/ Zajac/ McLeod/ Zacha/ / Boyle) and ZAjac is a huge contract altogether, probably don't want Anisimov as well.

Philly is bankinh on Hart, i don't think they take a gamble on an older goalie for him.

And idk about the last one. Seabrook at 50 is decent imo.


3.) 30 Nov 2018 00:48:29
Interesting you bringing up Keith what with the discussion about Pietrangelo below. Less than 2 years ago Keith came 4th in Norris trophy voting. Now nobody believes he is anywhere near top 50 even and that once sweet contract of his is a boat anchor. It just shows how fast a player can fall down the rankings and deteriorate in performance. Another great example is Karlsson. Once considered the best defenseman in the world not long ago, Karlsson should not be taken seriously as a top 10 defender in the NHL anymore.

I guess age eventually captures up with everyone.


 

 

29 Nov 2018 21:04:57
Tor: Nylander +2nd
Washington: Bowey+Vrana +eller (to balance salary? )

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28 Nov 2018 20:27:49
Chicago: anisimov
Washington: 3rd round pick

Chicago: Seabrook (25% Retained)
ottawa: Wolanin or Gagne

Chicago: Crawford + 2020 2nd
Buffalo: Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen.

PKane88

1.) 28 Nov 2018 20:54:26
Washington absolutely cannot afford the Anisimov trade without losing salary.

Ottawa re-building seems like a strange destination to send an aging and deteriorating Seabrook.


Buffalo already has 32 year old Hutton. They may be looking to replace him, but not with Crawford, who would make for very expensive backup, or 1b tandem.


2.) 28 Nov 2018 22:22:33
what would you suggest for alternate destinations for anisimov and seabrook then? and i think the buffalo deal is fair, maybe send back hutton for another piece as well?


3.) 28 Nov 2018 23:19:57
Think anisimov would be a good fit in Washington, but ya, they only projected have a few hundred thousand dollars at the deadline. Always thought Edmonton would be a good spot Seabrook. But that would probably mean probably 50% retention. he's worth more than 3.5mil now but not when he's 38-39-40, he's already lost a step so its going to be ugly in a few years, never mind 5-6 years.


4.) 29 Nov 2018 00:50:39
Hutton and Ullmark are a huge reason for Buffalo success right now. Not a chance they trade one right now.


5.) 29 Nov 2018 02:35:47
Seabrook is untradable unless it’s for Lucic.


6.) 29 Nov 2018 03:57:24
Anisimov to New Jersey Devils for 3rd round pick; salary Dump and devils have cap room.


7.) 29 Nov 2018 04:45:33
Forget the untradable Seabrook for now and consider Duncan Keith while there is a chance to move him.


 

 

28 Nov 2018 20:22:57
toronto: Nylander + 1st 2019 + 2nd 2020
Winnipeg: Trouba and Morrisey.

PKane88

1.) 28 Nov 2018 21:33:15
No thanks. The Jets aren't trading either Trouba or Morrissey.


2.) 28 Nov 2018 23:20:32
Don’t think the jets would trade Morrissey for Nylander, let alone add Trouba for a late first and second round pick.


3.) 28 Nov 2018 23:55:20
No chance this trade would ever happen.


4.) 29 Nov 2018 00:51:11
Why would the jets trade their top pairing for picks and a winger they don't need?


5.) 29 Nov 2018 00:51:16
Lol Overvalue of Nylander there wow.


6.) 29 Nov 2018 05:07:37
Yes, then next season Toronto can have Trouba sit out negotiating a contract. haha.


 

 

 

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13 Dec 2018 21:10:01
i wouldn't retain but i understand if they had to to balance salaries. i would do that though, shed some salary, get a decent haul back, i've been saying for months time to rebuild for us in chicago.

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11 Dec 2018 15:32:27
Unbiased Jim. I just see Liljigren being a huge piece of their future, i'd sooner part with Sandin over him.

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11 Dec 2018 03:43:47
i would do this from a st louis point of view. the main thing i think from boston, do they have the defensive depth to be able to give up a piece like krug?

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11 Dec 2018 01:03:37
any proposal with Timothy Liljegren in it makes me want to cringe a bit. i really don't see them giving up on him this soon. i really think he will be top 2 or top 4 in a few years with them and a core piece of their future. i mean if they really get desperate to make a move for top 2/ top 4 help NOW they may do it but giving up that big of a piece would be rough. i'd sooner get rid of Sandin over Liljegren.

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11 Dec 2018 01:00:23
no from ottawa.

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