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22 Feb 2019 00:53:29
Ott- Tolvanen, Wennberg, clb 1st 2019
Nash - duchene
Clb- fiala, ott 3rd 2019.

22 Feb 2019 00:50:47
Another Duchene 3 way

Nash- Duchene
Ott- Eeli Tolvanen, Wennberg, clb 1st 2019
Clb- Fiala,

21 Feb 2019 20:25:54
Ottawa Senators:

•) Matt Duchene

Columbus Blue Jackets:

•) Josh Anderson

•) Veini Vehvilainen

•) 1st Round Pick 2019

•) 4th Round Pick 2019 (2nd if Duchene Resigns)

20 Feb 2019 22:21:52
NYR: Kevin Hayes


CLB: 2019 2nd, Gabriel Carlsson, & Oliver Bjorkstrand

21 Feb 2019 18:27:56
Carlsson is looking like a bust. He can’t even make Columbus, who don't even have very good defense past that top line. Rangers might want a 1st instead so they draft their own guy. But otherwise it looks like a pretty straightforward offer that could benefit both teams.

20 Feb 2019 22:07:29
Ott trades:
-Matt Duchene

Clb trades:
-2019 1st rnd pick
-Alexander Wennberg
-2019 3rd rnd pick.

20 Feb 2019 10:37:38
Ottawa Senators:

•) Matt Duchene

Columbus Blue Jackets:

•) 1st Round Pick

•) Josh Anderson

•) Veini Vehvilainen

•) 3rd Round Pick (1st if Duchene Resigns)

20 Feb 2019 16:39:58
I'd do it, another goalie prospect for the future (I'd love to see a Vehvilainen and Gustavsson combo), Josh Anderson gives them a roster player to play now and the 2 picks (potentially both first if duchene resigns) give them good picks for rebuild.

20 Feb 2019 17:14:17
Doesnt make any sense for Columbus UNLESS Panarin was already traded.

20 Feb 2019 18:17:25
Even if Panarin is traded, Columbus isn’t going to bring in another UFA. Same situation applies in Columbus as in both Ottawa and Colorado that Duchene wanted out from to begin: too much instability. Duchene doesn’t want to be on a team that is reorganizing.

20 Feb 2019 18:54:12
Good point zamboni.

20 Feb 2019 19:26:48
If they made this trade they wouldn’t trade Panarin. I think it’s a little too much though personally.

20 Feb 2019 19:41:21
Teams are probably looking into sign and trade options to not make it a rental, if it was then would be a fair trade imo.

20 Feb 2019 19:42:46
But not an extra 1st, maybe a lower draft pick with no conditions.

18 Feb 2019 02:05:30
Trade proposal that might still be in talks with Columbus Blue Jackets and Florida Panthers

Columbus gets Forward Mike Hoffman, Forward Derrick Brassard, Goalie James Reimer, and 2019 2nd round draft pick (acquired by Pittsburgh)

Florida gets Goalie Sergei Bobrovsky

Columbus would get a top goal scorer in Mike Hoffman to help them in the playoffs as well as Derrick Brassard in the 3rd of 4th line. 2nd rounder added to take James Reimer.

18 Feb 2019 03:43:50
I like it, florida gets some time with bob to possibly sign extension or at least negotiate and he gets a trial till end of season to see if he likes it type thing.
columbus gets some pieces to help them compete in playoffs. i'd imagine this would be around the right package for bob.
Only concern i'd have is does columbus have cap space for this deal?

18 Feb 2019 04:15:55
That’s a lot coming from Florida, so iffy on that one. Don’t think they are that desperate to get just Bob but oh yes from Columbus.

18 Feb 2019 07:02:42
Don’t see how this even close and I don’t understand the Bobrovsky and Panarin trades to Florida. Why would they trade a 60 point player with term left for a UFA goalie when there 10 points out of a playoff spot?

18 Feb 2019 16:30:06
Between Panarin and Bobrovsky I think Bob’s is the one Columbus really wants to keep.

17 Feb 2019 18:48:31
Ott -duchene, Anderson
Columbus - Bobrovski, jenner

17 Feb 2019 21:03:23
I can’t think of any reason why either team makes this trade.

18 Feb 2019 03:28:10
Rumour has it ottawa wants a roster player, a good prospect and a pick for duchene, and i'm assuming you could at least get a 2nd or 3rd for anderson alone. i doubt ottawa would want to swap ufas and likely lose the ufa they trade for. value wise is fair but makes no sense for ottawa if they are rebuilding.

16 Feb 2019 21:25:23
Three-Way Trade Idea:

Columbus Blue Jackets Trade: Artemi Panarin [6.00 Million x 1 Year] + 2020 2nd Round Draft Pick.
Ottawa Senators Trade: Mark Stone [7.350 Million x 1 Year] + Ryan Dzingel [2.10 Million x 1 Year]
Nashville Predators Trade: Dante Fabbro [Unsigned] + Craig Smith [4.25 Million x 2 Years] + 2019 1st Round Draft Pick

Columbus Blue Jackets Acquire: Mark Stone
Ottawa Senators Acquire: Dante Fabbro Craig Smith + 2019 1st Round Draft Pick + 2020 2nd Round Draft Pick
Nashville Predators Acquire: Artemi Panarin + Ryan Dzingel

- Ottawa picks up a ton of valuable young pieces, and essentially swaps Dzingel for Smith since Smith has the extra year and could be in play next year.
- Nashville picks up a star caliber player for their top six and a middle six to help them against the Flames, Jets and Sharks: giving them an elite forward core and a chance at the cup this year.
- Columbus essentially swaps Stone for Panarin, and gives up the 2nd to do so since imo, Stone is better than Panarin. However, it is entirely possible that Stone resigns while Panarin does not.

16 Feb 2019 23:05:48
Stone is not better than Panarin in any universe.

17 Feb 2019 00:06:19
Columbus won’t take a chance swapping free agents. If they think they can sign Stone they will wait to do so in the summer. In the meantime, they collect what they can for Panarin. Way too risky to chance ending up with only a 2nd for Panarin.

17 Feb 2019 02:15:08
I'll take stone over bread man every time easily
There is more to the game then points.

17 Feb 2019 13:26:24
Panarin and a 2nd for stone? Laughabl, how many times stone set records for his team? People said panarin was a product of playing with kane and his first year in Columbus set team record for assists and points. And he's not a liability defensively, just doesn't hit, nothing else wrong with his game. Stone is a good player but not the same level.

18 Feb 2019 06:06:37
This is a joke right?

21 Feb 2019 04:04:52
Shootsmcgee your joking right in what universe is stone ever a defencive liability? LMFAO he's literally one of the top 4 to 5 defensive forwards in today's game, something panarin simply is not! Plus his numbers continue to improve every year on a weak team and currently are right there with panarin this year. You can claim it's cause he played with Duchene that his numbers went up but you'd be wrong again as they were on separate lines all season.

14 Feb 2019 09:12:29
Columbus: Bobrovsky
Calgary: Smith, Välimäki, conditional 1st round pick 2020 (if Bobrovsky re signs) , second round pick 2020

14 Feb 2019 15:04:49
Im going to go off my gut feeling and say there is 0% he resigns in Calgary, but besides that, i'm sure Columbus gets a better offer.

14 Feb 2019 15:40:03
Personally I would rather keep vali and go for a capeable backup for rittich.

15 Feb 2019 01:26:31
Columbus is going to keep Goalie Bob and try to ride him like he was Secretariat.

15 Feb 2019 01:25:09
Lollllll calgary laughs.

15 Feb 2019 23:35:05
Anaheim receives: Rittich 2019 1st and 2020 1st

Calgary receives: John Gibson

* if Gibson comes of IR before trade deadline.

14 Feb 2019 03:35:11
Florida is apparently the front runners for Bob and Paniran. If they were to bring in Paniran it is speculated they'd trade Hoffman. Most likely they visit this In the off-season but they could want the opportunity to pursuade them with an extra year.

Florida: Hoffman, Brassard, Hepponemi ,Remier And 2nd 2019

Columbus: Paniran And Brobovsky

Columbus- get a near near equal replacement with an extra year and potential to resign in Hoffman. Reimer could be a 1B in Columbus. Brassard fills a 3C role and helps with the playoff push and Hepponemi brings in a dynamic prospect in their system whom has top 6 potential.

Florida: gets two elite players who happen to be very close to each other. They both want to test FA but maybe a change of scenery would change their mind.

14 Feb 2019 05:31:12
Would definitely include a first.

14 Feb 2019 05:50:43
Maybe swap out hepponeimi for borgstrom?

14 Feb 2019 13:34:22
Heponiemi is better then Borgstrom so you think Florida is giving too much in this trade Habby?

14 Feb 2019 15:06:08
Borgstrom is already showing he can play in the nhl. He's a sure thing bud. Heppo is like 150lbs soaking wet and is still a wildcard.

14 Feb 2019 15:07:29
Heponiemi has never played a game in the NHL how exactly is he already better than Borgstrom? Serious question just wondering, i think Borgstrom is nasty from his college highlights but who i don't know.

14 Feb 2019 00:21:02
Mtl: Lekonen, Benn, 3rd2019

Blue Jackets: Murray, Dubinski(10%)

Mtl takes about to 5 million in cap with Dubinski until 2021 but gets they're LHD for cheaper because they're doing so. Jackets clear about 8 million total in cap and still gets peaces that can help now and a pick. Lekonen is a good young top 9 winger that should fit well in the mix and Benn can replace Murray on the bottom pair because I heard that's where he was playing sometimes because of the depth they have in the blue line.

14 Feb 2019 03:08:05
Jackets aren’t getting a good enough return here. Dubinsky and Murray are arguably the better players and the 3rd doesn’t add anything.

11 Feb 2019 12:16:39

To clb
1st round pick 2019

That's the prize for panarin

Nsh improve a lot their offense and clb add assets

11 Feb 2019 14:53:48
If anyone gives up that much for a rental then they are doomed for failure.

11 Feb 2019 15:12:30
I think giving Fiala is a non starter. Fabbro and 1st is fair imo maybe Tolvanen over Fabbro if they’re lucky. Most likely I think it’d be two decent prospects and a 1st.

11 Feb 2019 15:45:36
If anything i think Preds would be more comfortable giving up a dman prospect as they already have the best top 4 in the league, but to give up for a rental would be tough. But agree with vb i don't think preds will want to give up a roster player.

11 Feb 2019 16:56:28
Fiala and Fabbro were both 1st round picks. So, three first round picks, one of which is already playing NHL and scoring over 20 goals a year, for a rental? In comparison, Kessel, O’Rielly, Schenn, all went for a couple 1sts, and all had term left on their contracts. Massive overpayment for panarin.

11 Feb 2019 17:20:46
Guys, at this time that is the prize. a Young nhl player, an A prospect and a 1st round pick

I hesitate between tolvanen and fabbro for the prospect.
If you think you can do better

go ahead ;)

11 Feb 2019 17:26:33
if NSH can have Panarin for Fabbro (or tolvanen) and a 1st pick only and keep Fiala, good for NSH. But What i said, at this time, it is the prize for a star like panarin even it is for rental.

11 Feb 2019 18:40:13
That might be the asking price. They can ask for all they want. What they ask and what they get are two different creatures all together.

I have yet to see a rental go for that much.

11 Feb 2019 19:27:02
Zamboni, a rentals often go for that much as long as the team thinks they can resign them, Ryan Hartman got a 1st last year, players like panarin are top, if you want him, you have to pay just like another team that is pretty sure they can resign him, don't pay less because your team thinks of him as a rental.

11 Feb 2019 21:40:45
Shoots i'm pretty sure zamboni is just stating that just because a team wants ______ as a return for a player does not mean they will get exactly what they ask for. Yes Panarin i'm positive (if traded) will net a bigger return than Hartman, but zamboni was saying they may not get the perfect return for him considering the high possibility Panarin doesn't reisgn with whatever team trades for him given the many reports of his perferred spots and he already went public and said he will test free agency. So i can for sure see the price to get him not super high as there are teams who might not think their package for Panarin will be worth it for a couple months of his services.

12 Feb 2019 02:30:19
Columbus can ask for McDavid and Presidancy of India for Paniran it dosent mean they’ll get it. I’d take a younger cheaper more term controlled Fiala over Paniran straight up.

Nash- Eli Tolvanen And conditional 1st* ( if the Preds don’t make the conference finals become a 2nd 2019 )

Columbus- Paniran

It’s only a half of a season for Paniran. Eric Staal is the most comparable return.

10 Feb 2019 20:05:25
Edmonton: 3rd round pick

Columbus: Bemström

Edmonton need RW and bemström is a future star.. would prob make the team next season

10 Feb 2019 21:35:05
If he's a 'future star', I doubt CBJ trades him for a 3rd. And looking at DB, 28 Points in 33 Games as a 19 year old center is a no-no from CBJ.

10 Feb 2019 21:35:37
If he’s a future star Columbus won’t trade him for a 3rd round pick.

11 Feb 2019 02:29:19
I never heard of the guy. His stats in SweHL are really good. Top of the league. Only a couple old guys like Derek Roy have more points. Who knows if Columbus would be willing to trade him. He’s doing good for a 4th round pick. They might just want to hold on to him for now.

11 Feb 2019 04:58:18
@zamboni he's 4th on his own team in points. there are more then a couple people ahead of him. Still pretty good stats for a 19 year old though.

11 Feb 2019 06:08:00
His team is high scoring. I went through team by team. Even though he’s fourth on his own team, his 28 points is good enough to be tops on almost every other team in the league.

11 Feb 2019 12:02:10
I live in sweden and cheer for Djurgården (bemströms team)

He is beast, most goals in shl and just getting better every game. he's shot in pp is lethal.

11 Feb 2019 14:30:51
Tied for 11th overall.

11 Feb 2019 17:11:14
11th overall is very impressive considering quite a few of those guys ahead of him are ex-NHL players that are quite old and not good enough for the big leagues anymore, but still want to play competitive hockey. After you take out guys like Derek Roy, and only look at guys his own age, Bemström shoots up to about top 5.

No matter how you look at it, Bemström looks good. For a late round pick, he could be a real dark horse and squeak into the NHL and play a good game. Now that I’ve been turned on to him, I’ll keep an eye out for him. Always enjoy seeing how projects like this turn out.

11 Feb 2019 18:01:48
If Bemstrom is a future star why would Columbus give him up for a 3rdpick?

11 Feb 2019 18:08:24
Swechamp do you have any insight on how Joel Persson looks this year?

11 Feb 2019 23:34:34
I can't see him being nhl ready, sure he is good but not good enough to help oilers.

09 Feb 2019 15:26:30
Trade option 1:

NYR: Namestikov + Vesey


COL: Shane Bowers + JT Compher


NYR: Namestikov


PIT: Hallander

09 Feb 2019 18:13:30
I can see the penguins trade happening, fair deal imo.

09 Feb 2019 23:03:31
Unless I’m missing something, then Bowers is still in Ottawa, so the first trade isn’t going to happen. The second trade could be a possibility if Penguins can afford it. Although Namestnikov does have an extra year on his contract still, so he’s not a true rental. Penguins might pass if they can’t afford to keep him next season. Look for a pending free agent instead.

10 Feb 2019 10:19:16
Bowers was part of the duchene deal, so he is in Colorado's system.

What about Rust and Hallander?

10 Feb 2019 15:25:54
Zamboni, Bowers was traded last year in the Duchene trade to Colorado.

08 Feb 2019 14:11:24
Trades that would make the coyotes contenders

TOR - William Nylander
ARI - Jakob Chychrun

PHI - Wayne Simmonds
ARI - 1st-Round Pick & Connor Garland

CLB - Artemi Panarin + Sergei Bobrovsky
ARI - Antti Raanta + Pierre-Oliver Joseph + Barrett Hayton + Alex Galchenyuk + 1st-Round Pick

ANA - Ryan Kesler + Josh Manson
ARI - Christian Fischer + Richard Panik

Artemi Panarin - Derek Stepan - William Nylander
Clayton Keller - Nick Cousins - Wayne Simmonds
Nick Schmaltz - Ryan Kesler - Vinnie Hinostroza
Jordan Weal - Christian Dvorak - Michael Grabner

Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Nick Hjalmarsson
Alex Goligoski - Josh Manson
Jordan Oesterle - Jason Demers

Sergei Bobrovsky
Darcy Kuemper

08 Feb 2019 15:17:34
i don't think you're considered a contender when your top center is derek stephan. These trades might give yotes the best lookin LW depth in the league but no way are they a contender.

No from leafs that doesn't make any sense at all for them.
No from coyotes especially if simmonds walks lol.
Im sure blue jackets reject but ya know what bud its interesting but one more good piece (pick) should be added for columbus to really consider it.
No from ducks.

08 Feb 2019 15:33:42
Yup a team with Derek Stephan as a 1c being a contender lol.

08 Feb 2019 16:31:21
None of these trades make a lot of sense. Simmonds, Panarin, Bobrovsky all pending UFA’s. They will dart from Arizona as soon as July 01 rolls around. And the Anaheim and Toronto trades aren’t even close to reality.

08 Feb 2019 05:56:54
TB - Ryan Callahan + Anthony Cirelli
ARI - 2nd-Round Pick

TB - Alex Killorn + Taylor Raddysh + Erik Cernak + 1st-Round Pick
CLB - Artemi Panarin

Artemi Panarin - Brayden Point - Nikita Kucherov
Ondrej Palat - Steven Stamkos - Yanni Gourde
Tyler Johnson - Cedric Paquette - JT Miller
Adam Erne - Carter Verhaeghe - Mathieu Joseph

Victor Hedman - Anton Stralman
Ryan McDonagh - Mikhail Sergachev
Braydon Coburn - Dan Girardi

08 Feb 2019 14:12:32
There is no need for TB to include Cirelli (or anyone from the active roster) in order to trade Callahan. They could easily keep him until the summer and either trade him then or buy him out since he's got just 1 year left then.
As for the Panarin trade, they would definitely try and make that work without Cernak, their right side D is their weak point already. Killorn, Raddysh and 1st + maaaybe another prospect seems like high enough of a price for a rental which we technically don't really need in first place.

08 Feb 2019 14:34:08
Tbh I wouldn't give a 2nd for cirelli and Callahan . Cirelli is ok but most teams already have a couple guys like him. just not worth it to take back Callahan even for just the one year. I mean essentially it's probably the equivalent of giving a 1st and 2nd for cirelli and he's not worth that yet.

08 Feb 2019 15:19:27
agree with habby, coyotes should keep their pick.

08 Feb 2019 16:37:04
The first trade is necessary to free up the salary to make the second trade possible. So, combining the two trades, Tampa is losing six players, some very good ones at that, and bringing in Panarin + 2nd. And once Panarin walks end of season, Tampa just gutted their depth and prospect pool for a 2nd.

08 Feb 2019 21:15:04
Ya again it’s not going to take that much to move Callahan’s Contract. And I don’t think they’d be willing to give up a lot to move it in the summer with a buyout being a legitimate option. Paquette is more likely to be moved out of the lineup for a rental than moved up a line, I’m not sure Tampa is a better team with that roster and definitely isn’t better going forward.

07 Feb 2019 09:49:00
Potential three way trade:

Anaheim Ducks acquire:
• (LW) Mike Hoffman
• (LW) Artemi Panarin
Florida Panthers acquire:
• (G) Sergei Bobrovsky
• (2019) 2nd-Round Pick (ANA)
Columbus Blue Jackets acquire:
• (2019) 1st-Round Pick (ANA)
• (2019) 1st-Round Pick (FLA)
• (G) James Reimer
• (LW) Nick Ritchie
• (RW) Patrick Eaves

Potential Trade:

Anaheim Ducks acquire:
• (RW) William Nylander
Toronto Maple Leafs acquire:
• (RHD) Josh Manson
• (RW) Daniel Sprong 

Anaheim Ducks Projected Lines:

Rickard Rakell - Ryan Getzlaf - Jakob Silfverberg
Artemi Panarin - Adam Henrique - William Nylander
Mike Hoffman - Ryan Kesler - Corey Perry
Devin Shore - Carter Rowney - Ondrej Kase

Hampus Lindholm - Brandon Montour
Cam Fowler - Jacob Larsson
Michael Del Zotto - Korbinian Holzer

John Gibson
Ryan Miller

07 Feb 2019 12:18:58
The add-ons to the firsts have to be much more than two older guys and Nick ritchie for CBJ imo. Theyd want first+++ for ONE of the two.

07 Feb 2019 13:54:34
If you think ANA adds to Manson for Nylander, you're wrong.

07 Feb 2019 15:17:11
hold on hold on, ducks get hoffman AND breadman for a 1st, 2nd, an old player and a bottom 6 player hahahaha wow. moneyhands you're going down the drain lately come on.

07 Feb 2019 17:23:17
I agree that Anaheim does not add for Nylander. It’s a fair straight up deal for Manson IMO considering the age difference.

07 Feb 2019 17:43:34
Bobrovsky for Hoffman, 1st, Reimer doesn’t seem right to me either. I know Goalie Bob is free agent this summer, but come on, he could carry a team all the way to the cup himself.

From what I’ve read, Florida is just going to write this year off, dump as much salary as possible, and make an outrageous offer for Panarin and possibly Bobrovsky as well this off season.

07 Feb 2019 22:38:12
Why Triplets? At most they’re a deadheat oneforone imo. I don't think Toronto adds to Ny.

08 Feb 2019 14:13:15
@TSS: Where did I say TOR adds?

I said literally the same Leafs17 said, yet I'm 4/8 and he's 6/2. This site's TOR bias is hilarious.

06 Feb 2019 11:20:33
2 trade ideas

FLA - Grigori Denisenko, Derrick Brassard, James Reimer & 1st Round Pick
CLB - Artemi Panarin, Sergei Bobrovsky

FLA - Michael Matheson
TOR - William Nylander

Jonathan Huberdeau - Aleksander Barkov - Evgeni Dadonov
Artemi Panarin - Vincent Trocheck - William Nylander
Mike Hoffman - Henrik Borgstrom - Frank Vatrano
Jayce Hawryluk - Riley Sheahan - Colton Sceviour

Keith Yandle - Aaron Ekblad
MacKenzie Weegar - Mark Pysyk
Jacob MacDonald - Josh Brown

Sergei Bobrovsky
Roberto Luongo

06 Feb 2019 16:18:20
um no from columbus and the second one is brutal.

06 Feb 2019 11:12:21
• Derrick Brassard
• James Reimer
• Grigori Denisenko
• 2019 1st-Round Pick

• Artemi Panarin
• Sergei Bobrovsky

Huberdeau - Barkov - Dadonov
Panarin - Trochek - Vatrano
Hoffman - Borgstrom - Hawryluk
MacKenzie - Sheahan - Sceviour

06 Feb 2019 15:13:05
Florida would have to add a good prospect.

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