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23 Jul 2018 23:25:51
Phillipe Myers (RHD - 678K x 2 Years) + Jori Lehtera (C - 4.7 Million x 1 Year) to the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for Josh Leivo (LW/ RW - 650K x 1 Year) + Eamon McAdam (G - 800K x 1 Year) + 2019 5th Round Pick.

I know, it looks like Toronto fleeces Philly. But Philly wants to be a playoff contender this year, and can use the extra 4 Million in Cap Space if they decide to try and improve their roster via trade (Panarin, Skinner, Duchene possibly, maybe even a goalie) . Myers is a RHD prospect, and it does hurt to lose that, but Lehtera is legitimately useless, and is being paid 4.1 Million. If he can be dumped in the AHL he should be, and Toronto has nearly 20 million in cap space. Leivo can be a bottom six guy in Philly, and Myers could be a top 6 dman in Toronto.

Only reason I chose Philly is because they have a surplus of d (Ghost, Sanheim, Gudas, Prov, Morin) . Plus, it may seem like a lot to dump one year of a bad contract, but CHI dumped one year of Bickell with Teuvo for only a 2nd.

24 Jul 2018 05:18:35
I actually like this deal for both teams, Lehtera can be a 4th line center or AHLer for TOR and we get another RHD in our pool (something we can definitely use) and PHI gets rid of the cap while adding some potential goal scoring in Leivo (who TOR can replace from within the system) .

24 Jul 2018 15:13:11
Don’t think Philly does this but I’d take it from the Leafs POV.

25 Jul 2018 11:36:49
This is a good offer makes sense for both teams.

28 Jul 2018 17:17:18
I say no from Philly. Philly does have a bunch of D but not many RHD, they're expecting Myers to slot into top 4 then top pair eventually. You'll need to send more to philly for one if their top prospects especially when Hextall does not like to move prospects. I do like the idea of the trade tho.

17 Jul 2018 20:29:46
MON: Pacioretty
CHI: Boqvist, 2nd Round Pick 2019

17 Jul 2018 21:57:01
Hahahahahahahaha oh man. No from Chicago.

18 Jul 2018 03:22:59
no. hell no from chicago. are you drunk? take out the second and add from there from montreal if you want boqvist.

18 Jul 2018 05:39:49
Whoever thinks Chicago should take this should re-evaluate themselves lol.

18 Jul 2018 12:07:54
Add from mtl? You are kidding. pacioretty. who in last 5 yrs has more goals than kessel. , neal or van reimsdyk for a guy no one knows?

18 Jul 2018 12:54:49
@Balsam. Boqvist was just drafted 8th overall and at seasons end in April, he was ranked #9 on the ISS draft rankings. At the same time, kotkaniemi was ranked 18th. So would you trade him and a pick for a 1 year of an almost 30 year old coming off an awful year?! Because 2 months ago, no one besides really informed people knew him either.

18 Jul 2018 14:18:33
Balsam is the Montreal Rambo. Maybe when you don’t know who the players are in a trade proposal, you should keep your comments to yourself.

15 Jul 2018 00:27:55
Three-way trade, not necessary but might speed things up.
Chicago fans want Panarin back and it seems that maybe he wants to go back.

Pacioretty is not been offered an extension by the Habs and is on the trading block.

Chicago --> Panarin, 3rd round pick 2019(From Blue Jackets)

CBJ --> Pacioretty, Nicolas Beaudin (From Chicago) and 1st round pick (From Chicago)

MTL --> Liam Foudy, 2nd (2020) and 4th round pick (2019) (from Blue Jackets)

Look, If you guys might tell what you would change, I'd appreciate it! For me, I think it looks good, I'm no GM but I want respectful and constructive comments! Thanks

15 Jul 2018 03:55:55
Overall not terrible. Although, Columbus easily gets the best return, I think montreal would want something a lil bit more (say a more proven prospect than foody).

15 Jul 2018 04:53:49
Habs need more of a return on Pacioretty.

17 Jul 2018 01:06:24
if chicago doesn't bounce back and have a kick ass season like their old form i can see them being bottom 15 again, with chance at lottery pick, i don't know about potential top 10 draft pick for panarin, unless we put lottery protection on the pick.

14 Jul 2018 02:26:04
Chi: 2019 1st, Jokiharju, 2nd 2020
CBJ: Panarin

14 Jul 2018 07:35:13
1. Not enough
2. Cap?

14 Jul 2018 11:43:35
I agree not enough, but they have cap from the Hossa trade.

15 Jul 2018 07:34:29
I know, but not enough as I pointed out in the post below.

15 Jul 2018 15:10:23
Yes they do triplets, they can add panarin and have room from their cheap guys from the minor, one website says over 10 mil without those players and another has those players added and says over 6 mil so pretty sure there is room but barely.

05 Jul 2018 18:55:59
Chicago: Keith

Ottawa: Karlsson

05 Jul 2018 21:48:07
oh god.

06 Jul 2018 10:51:23

20 Jun 2018 00:13:16
Montreal trades: Pacioretty, 2nd round pick, 3rd round pick 2019

Chicago: 8th overall

18 Jun 2018 03:15:03
Rights to RFA Claesson

8th overall

Chicago gets to go for cup again. Draft won’t help with their age, , Hoffman does and they can use cheap, reliable young D.

Ottawa gets Zadina at 4 and Walhstrom at 8 and has rebuilt. Sign Wideman and EK.

Everyone’s happy! . Except Montreal who has Domi instead of Gally.

18 Jun 2018 15:04:00
That dosent get 8th overall.

19 Jun 2018 11:25:50
It definitely does get at least 8th overall vbbvbb.

15 Jun 2018 20:52:17
OTT: Hoffman, 22nd ovr
CHI: Hossa, 8th ovr

Chicago clears a small amount of cap space but actually gets some use out of it. Could even flip him.

Ottawa gets two top 10 picks and takes on cap space, but only has to pay an actual salary of 200k to Hossa.

16 Jun 2018 00:10:38
Hossa is on LTIR he has no cap hit.

16 Jun 2018 03:06:38
They can clear cap space by placing him in on ltir.

16 Jun 2018 12:02:33
hoffman > hossa at this point, it's better to have someone that can actually help. i understand that point.
8th overall > 22nd overall.
i highly highly doubt chicago would move down that far, especially out of top 10, just to save cap space that they could just clear by using LITR instead. Even if both were playing i don't see the difference between hossa and hoffman to be that great to justify moving down 14 spots outside of top 10.

17 Jun 2018 15:22:42
no from ottawa

11 Jun 2018 16:53:46
OTT: karlsson(extended)

TB: Mcdonagh Johnson 2019 1st

OTT: Smith

CHI: 2018 3rd

OTT: Pageau Ceci Gustavsson

Car: terravainnen 2019 2nd

OTT: Hoffman Chlapic

EDM: 2018 1st

11 Jun 2018 17:43:30
Lmao wtf you’re a sens fan and that’s what you want for a return for karlsson?

11 Jun 2018 19:04:08
Bro you're def not a sens fan. All those trades are horrific for Ottawa

11 Jun 2018 19:23:44
Rambo is not going to be happy with your proposal Sensfan. It would be Kucherov, Hedman and a 1st in the eyes of John Rambo.

11 Jun 2018 19:28:13
Teravainen is worth way more.

11 Jun 2018 19:41:19
If the sens can extend Karlsson why would they trade him.

13 Jun 2018 22:42:51
For once I agree with vbbvbb which is so weird. only one that would be workable is the Smith trade, the rest are trash.

11 Jun 2018 05:19:49
Chicago doesn't wanna lose obviously and i think they will be agressive in the upcoming draft and free agents signings. I have some realistic ideas for hawks fans.

• Jason Demers
• Brent Seabrook
• 8th Overall Pick
• Dylan Sikura

• Alex Galchenyuk
• Artem Anisimov
• 3rd Round Pick

• Sam Bennett
• Anthony Duclair

Chicago signs James Van Riemsdyk and Calvin De Haan.

Brandon Saad - Jonathan Toews - Alex DeBrincat
Alex Galchenyuk - Nick Schmaltz - Patrick Kane
James Van Riemsdyk - Sam Bennett - Patrick Sharp
Tomas Jurco - David Kampf - Andreas Martinsen

Duncan Keith - Connor Murphy
Erik Gustafsson - Jason Demers
Jordan Oesterle - Calvin De Haan

11 Jun 2018 06:54:28
hahahahaha galchenyuk for anisimov and 3rd lollll dream on.

ansimov is 30 and had about 30 points last year galchenyuk is 24, u crazy?

11 Jun 2018 07:53:57
seabrook, sikura and 8th overall for demers? i get that seabrook's contract sucks but a top 10 draft pick to compensate for demers? if i'm giving away a top 10 draft pick i'd want something better in return.

11 Jun 2018 09:14:12
Seabrooks contract is humungous pkane88.

11 Jun 2018 19:37:44
You said this is realistic. Are you sure about that?

15 Jun 2018 18:39:05
listen all the experts are warning montreal not to trade galchenyuk, so why are you alway under evaluating him, the reason he is in so many trade rumor is everybody wants him.

10 Jun 2018 22:48:58
There is no doubt the hawks are trying to get back into the playoffs. Here are a few trades and signings to bolster their roster.

To Blackhawks
D Justin Faulk
G Scott Darling (20% Retained)

To Hurricanes
2018 1st (27th overall)
D Chad Krys
F John Hayden
2018 5th

Put Hossa's contract on LTIR
Frees up about $5,000,000

Sign James van Riemsdyk and Calvin De Haan

To Blackhawks
D Jake Gardiner
2019 2nd
2020 3rd

To Maple Leafs
D Brent Seabrook
2019 5th
Graham Knott

Hawks lineups
van Riemsdyk-Schmaltz-Kane

De Haan-Oesterle/Rutta


11 Jun 2018 02:49:18
Not a chance I’d take on seabrooks contract without top prospects and 1st round picks coming back. To trade a good top 4 Dman in Jake Gardiner who only makes 4 mill to take on an older top 4 Dman, with a ton of hard miles on him and a contract at almost $7mill taking him till he’s like 40 is suicide for a team with all that young talent.

11 Jun 2018 08:27:41
Horrible trade for the Hurricanes.

10 Jun 2018 22:36:25
There is no doubt the hawks are trying to get back into the playoffs. Here are a few trades and signings to bolster their roster.

To Blackhawks
D Justin Faulk
G Scott Darling (20% Retained)

To Hurricanes
2018 1st (27th overall)
D Chad Krys
F John Hayden
2018 5th

Put Hossa's contract on LTIR
Frees up about $5,000,000

Sign James van Riemsdyk and Calvin De Haan

To Blackhawks
D Jake Gardiner
2019 2nd
2020 3rd

To Maple Leafs
D Brent Seabrook
2019 5th
Graham Knott

Hawks lineups
van Riemsdyk-Schmaltz-Kane

De Haan-Oesterle/Rutta


11 Jun 2018 02:47:43
Hahahahahahahaha both Carolina and Toronto block Chicago’s number and release this god awful proposal to the public to laugh at aswell.

07 Jun 2018 11:11:57
Apparently the Blackhawks won't tolerate being bad this year and will make a massive offer for Tavares. Also Ducks have requested Perry's no trade list and the Pens are looking to trade Kessel.
I got a couple trades i can think of.

• John Tavares
• Nick Schmaltz
• Corey Crawford
• Alex DeBrincat

• Corey Perry
• 1st Round Pick
• Artem Anisimov

• Phil Kessel
• Brent Seabrook
• Anthony Duclair

• Sam Bennett
• John Hayden
• 2nd Round Pick

Brandon Saad - Jonathan Toews - Patrick Kane
Phil Kessel - John Tavares - Corey Perry
Tomas Jurco - Sam Bennett - Patrick Sharp
Vince Hinostroza - David Kampf - Andreas Martinsen

Imagine those lines!!!!!

07 Jun 2018 12:29:06
Trade 1 - Let's trade our future and the franchise goalie for a twenty extra days to convince JT to sign

Trade 2 - Future young star for aging overpayed winger

Trade 3 - C'mon it's 2018, not 2010. Seabrook's contract in one of the worst in the league, adding Duclair only lessens the nagative value and you want an NHL Top10 scoring forward in return? (and slot him on his off wing)

Trade 4 - This one only is close to fair.

Sharp has retired, Martinsen is a UFA and propably won't be back. Also who is Hawks starting goalie in this scenario?

07 Jun 2018 13:56:43
1) salary cap
2) giving away futures much?

07 Jun 2018 21:17:08
So what happens after John Tavares refuses to sign in Chicago then resigns in New York after they get those premium assets?

02 Jun 2018 22:00:37
Sources saying Blackhawks won't tolerate being bad again and will make a huge offer for Tavares. But they need to shed cap obviously before they can do that.

#1 Trade
To AZ:
• Marian Hossa (Dump)
• 8th Overall
• Matthew Highmore
• Future Considerations

#2 Trade
• Corey Crawford
• Alex Debrincat
• Artem Anisimov
• 2nd Round Pick
• John Tavares (verbal agreement to resign)

#3 Trade
• Connor Murphy
• 2019 1st Round Pick
• Anthony Duclair
• Phil Kessel

Projected Line-up Chicago

Brandon Saad - Jonathan Toews - Patrick Kane
Tomas Jurco - John Tavares - Phil Kessel
Andreas Martinsen - Nick Schmaltz - Patrick Sharp

02 Jun 2018 22:28:22
100% won't happen.
Chicago is declining and should just start a complete rebuild.
Keith, Seabrook are old. Toews is now a 50-55 point player, Saad sucks, and Kane is by himself.

If they even DO sign Tavares (and they wont) Does that mean Toews will be a second line center? He earns like 10.5 million per season. Not happening.

Also, there's no way Chicago trades the 8th overall for absolutely nothing. ''Future Considerations'' is nothing. Even if it means getting rid of Hossa's contract.

Phil Kessel is worth more than a top 4 defenceman, a bottom 6 forward and a pick that might be anywhere from 1-15. They won't trade Kessel for to gamble on the lottery.

02 Jun 2018 23:44:38
They’d be giving up a lot of youth and probably get worse. Not a good idea for Chicago IMO.

02 Jun 2018 23:54:31
You also barely cleaned out any cap considering Johnny T going to get atleast 10 mil and kessel is around 6 or so?

03 Jun 2018 01:17:17
1. You can put Hossa on LTIR because of his skin condition so his cap hit dosent go against the cap so there goes that deal. Not very well thought out.

2.Why wouldn’t they just sign him for free that deal is silly at most his rights are worth a 2nd round pick tops

3. How does this make the pens better in anyway?

Terrible post.

03 Jun 2018 02:47:17
FIrst trade is brutal. Can just place Hossa on LTIR.

And definite no to the NYI trade. No need to get a verbal agreement at this time; either try to sign him on July 1st or dont. No need to give up that many assets.

Third trade imo is underwhelming for Phil, but i genuinelly don't think CHI should want/ need him.

29 May 2018 12:22:29
OTT: Brent Seabrook, #8,#27, 2019 2nd
CHI: Bobby Ryan, Alex Burrows, Mike Condon, #5

Bad contracts flip. OTT trades down where they can still get a good defenseman. Ryan might do well in Chicago with Kane if he can stay healthy. Two forward spots for youngsters open up in Ottawa. Ottawa could package the Chi and Pit pick to move up in the first.

29 May 2018 13:33:31
Sorry. that should be #4.

30 May 2018 14:55:42
Ottawa laughs at this and hangs up. Ottawa in no way sacrifices the 4th to move Ryan, especially not for that return lol. Ryan is a much bigger asset to his team than Seabrook is and Seabrook is one of the worst contracts in the league and yes is a much worst over payment than Ryan.

The objective is to make our current situation better, NOT worse.

27 May 2018 10:41:05
to Florida

to Chicago

Florida has good center depth but are lacking on the wing. Saad's contract is probably something Chicago would like to get rid of, but can be handled by a team like Florida with their core all signed long term.

21 May 2018 15:55:25
Matt Martin (LW - 2.5 Million x 2 Years - 25% Salary Retention) and 2018 4th Round Selection to the Minnesota Wild in exchange for Tyler Ennis (C/ LW - 4.2 Million x 1 Year)

- Similar contracts and cap totals being swapped; one at less of a hit for an additional cost. Martin is worse than Ennis, so the pick is added, however, Ennis’ production for his cap hit is pretty worrisome. Toronto needs more cap hit for the 2019/ 20 season because of Matthews&Marner’s contracts, so they can afford the pricy tag for Ennis for the next year. If Minny wants free agents, then it makes more sense for them to take the cheaper contract, albeit for an extra year.

Jake Gardiner (D - 4.05 Million x 1 Year) to the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for Connor Murphy (D - 3.85 Million x 4 Years) and 2018 3rd Round Selection.

- Chicago could use an offensively minded dman, Toronto could use a defensive oriented one. Although Murphy has a longer term, and is locked down for longer, Gardiner is the superior dman based on the previous seasons statistics, and that's why Chicago adds the 3rd Round Pick. Gardiner could be useful alongside a true DFD like Brent Seabrook, and Murphy could partner well with Morgan Rielly.

2018 3rd Round Selection (Chicago) + Curtis McElhinney (G - 0.8 Million x 1 Year) + 2019 4th Round Selection to the Dallas Stars in exchange for Valeri Nichushkin (LW - Rights - Contract Extension: 2.25 Million x 3 Years) .

- Dallas acquires two draft picks and a cheap backup goalie to aid Ben Bishop, in order to not overplay him during the season. Mac played better than Lehtonen, and tbh, Dallas needs to move on from him. Toronto acquires a wild card: a guy who was a 30 point man in his first stint in the NHL, and a guy who has been 0.5 PPG in the KHL. He could be great alongside Auston, or could bust out, be worse than Connor Brown, and then defect back to Russia.

2018 2nd Round Selection + Josh Leivo (RW - 0.75 Million x 1 Year) to the Philadelphia Flyers in exchange for Samuel Morin (D - RFA - Contract Extension: 1.5 Million x 2 Years) + 2018 5th Round Selection.

- Philly has a ton of young dmen (Prov, Ghost, Hagg, Sanheim, Myers), as well as some veterans such as Gudas, so Morin seems expandable, especially since his growth has somewhat stunted in Phillys farm system. Its possible he could use a fresh start, and maybe he could turn it around, especially on a team that could certainly use DFD. Philly gets a bottom six winger who never got a chance in Toronto, and a decent pick around 55th overall. Toronto gets a guy who could be a solid DFD for the future, or a guy who may be no more than a 5-6 dman.


(C) Vitaly Kravtsov - MHL:
Comparable: Evgeny Kuznetsov
Rankings: Between 15-25.

If not.

(D) Mattias Samuelson - USA
Strengths: Hitting, Defensive Responsibility.
Rankings: 21-25.

William Nylander - C/ RW - 5.75 Million x 7 Years
Tyler Bozak - C - 3.0 Million x 1 Year
Andreas Johnsson - LW - 1.75 Million x 3 Years
Auston Matthews - C - 10.0 Million x 8 Years
Mitch Marner - RW - 7.0 Million x 8 Years)

Free Agency:
John Carlson - D - 8.0 Million x 7 Years

Valeri Nichushkin (2.25 Million) - Auston Matthews (ELC) - Mitch Marner (ELC)
Patrick Marleau (6.25 Million) - Nazem Kadri (4.5 Million) - William Nylander (5.75 Million)
Andreas Johnsson (1.75 Million) - Tyler Bozak (3.0 Million) - Kasperi Kapanen (0.85 Million)
Zach Hyman (2.25 Million) - Par Lindholm (0.85 Million) - Connor Brown (2.1 Million)
*Tyler Ennis (4.2 Million), Miro Aaltonen (0.8 Million)

Travis Dermott (ELC) - John Carlson (8.0 Million)
Morgan Rielly (5.0 Million) - Connor Murphy (3.85 Million)
Ron Hainsey (3.0 Million) - Nikita Zaitsev (4.25 Million)
*Samuel Morin (1.5 Million), Igor Ozhiganov (0.8 Million)

Frederik Andersen (5.0 Million)
Garrett Sparks (0.85 Million)

Total Cap: 68.725 Million
- Fourth line is the checking line against teams top lines, Hyman, Brown and Lindholm are all defensively responsible and will be the matchup line.

When Matthews and Marner and Dermotts extensions kick in.

Valeri Nichushkin (2.25 Million) - Auston Matthews (10.0 Million) - Mitch Marner 7.0 Million)
Patrick Marleau (6.25 Million) - Nazem Kadri (4.5 Million) - William Nylander (5.75 Million)
Andreas Johnsson (1.75 Million) - Miro Aaltonen (0.8 Million) - Kasperi Kapanen (0.85 Million)
Zach Hyman (2.25 Million) - Par Lindholm (0.85 Million) - Connor Brown (2.1 Million)
*Carl Grundstrom (ELC), Trevor Moore (ELC)

Travis Dermott (0.875 Million) - John Carlson (8.0 Million)
Morgan Rielly (5.0 Million) - Connor Murphy (3.8 Million)
Samuel Morin (1.5 Million) - Nikita Zaitsev (4.25 Million)
*Andreas Borgman (0.875 Million)

Frederik Andersen (5.0 Million)
Garrett Sparks (0.85 Million)

Total Cap: 76.525 Million

With the cap going up, this seems reasonable. If not, a Marleau trade could happen and could become a legitimate possibility.

21 May 2018 18:21:17
U know what u put a lot of thought and energy into this so I read the who thing, some things are questionable? But for the most part very realistic and in depth.

21 May 2018 19:06:29
There is just way to many variables for this to be believable IMO I do like a lot of those ideas tho but I think Carlson gets more and I’d rather a different package for Gardiner and I’m sure Chicago would want more term then 1 year with Gardiner. Valeri Nichuskinin is pretty redundant although I do like him not sure if Dallas Bites.

21 May 2018 19:07:32
Lol ty @Kings.

I didn't have much to do over the long weekend so I decided to make a post regarding what I'd like the leafs future to be like.

16 May 2018 03:13:35
Chicago: 8th Overall, 27th Overall, 2019 2nd,2020 2nd

Would this be enough for OEL?

16 May 2018 07:05:21
I bet you Arizona takes those low picks but also want an established player as well.

16 May 2018 14:33:40
And Chicago can’t afford to give up all those young pieces for one year of OEL. They need young cheap players coming in. And would have a really hard time keeping OEL past this season unless big money left somewhere, either to Arizona in this deal or elsewhere. And if it’s seabrook leaving, you’re including other young good cheap assets to do it. If it’s kieth, Crawford, Kane or toews leaving then you’re losing some of the intrigue to want to play there in the first place. I think it’s a bad fit all around.

16 May 2018 15:13:34
Ya i'd think theyd ask for the two first rd picks which are great and maybe a roster player. But Chicago honestly should keep they're draft pick they're already old and Ik Ekman Larson isn't just 26 but still huge age gap between 18 year old player and 26-27 year old players.

16 May 2018 15:16:06
Chicago should keep those 2 picks and get a good young player in the draft maybe Walstrom or Takchuck if he falls out of the top 5 like he probably will. I see Vancouver getting Ekman Larsob tho because they already have a bunch of good young players and need a star LHD.

16 May 2018 15:53:04
Arizona needs to start winning hockey games this season. If they trade OEL, they need a decent established player coming back. As somebody else mentioned to which I'll reiterate, Chicago needs young, cheap players not a year of OEL.

13 May 2018 13:28:22
Chicago needs to get one of their big contracts off the books and get younger.

Columbus on the other hand needs an upgrade at C, someone whose experience could help them take the next step.


Jonathan Toews

Alexander Wennberg
Vitaly Abramov
2018 1st
Brandon Dubinsky

About Toews. He has a NMC and would only waive it to go to a contender (which Columbus is IMO). His contract is an issue so the Hawks need to take back a bad contract (Dubinsky). He fits better as an elite 2C and that would be his role in Columbus.

Chicago would want young pieces as a return. Wennberg takes his spot as Top6 C right away. Abramov is a very promising winger with top6 potential as well. Adding the first round pick may seem as an overpayment but that's exactly what it would take for Chicago to part with their captain and franchise favourite.

13 May 2018 14:58:51
I like it good trade.

13 May 2018 16:01:30
doubt jackets do toews for Wennberg 1 for 1. age and contract.

13 May 2018 16:58:52
Towes is so much better then Wenneberg tho Towes could put up 70+ points easily if he didn’t commit as much defensively.

13 May 2018 19:56:34
Easy no from Chicago. Toews isn't being traded. And if he was he would bring back multiple offers better than this.

13 May 2018 19:51:16
Way too much from Columbus are you kidding me? With Toews contract (10.5 million a year for another 6 years) if Chicago wants to trade him they are going to realize that they won't try a ton in balie because of the contract and because he's approaching 30. That like mtl fans (yes I am one) thinking we can get a ton for Price. i'm sorry but with that contract even Price at his best is not worth a first, young top 6 center, young possible top 6 winger and a decent little overpaid third liner. Not thanks from Columbus Dubinksi contract is out in 2 years anyways and he's actually decent third line.

13 May 2018 19:53:53
Yes I agree he is better then Wenberg but with the age factor and the fact that this trade proposed has a first and a A minus prospect involved its not even close. Even with Dubinski the sordove cap dump.

11 May 2018 21:50:45
Chicago Trades: Corey Crawford
New York Islanders Trade: Jaroslav Halak and Brock Nelson.

12 May 2018 01:28:42
No from Chicago imo if they trade him they may as well trade Kane and Towes for picks.

12 May 2018 01:47:31
Blackhawks would want someone younger than Nelson, and the Islanders would probably prefer that too. Maybe someone like Beauvillier or Ho-Sang.

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