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11 Aug 2019 05:31:30
New York Islanders:

- TJ Brodie (RD)

Calgary Flames:

- Michael Dal Colle (LW)

- 2021 3rd conditional*

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Makes sense for both teams. The Islanders are especially weak on the right side and even though Brodie is left handed, he has been playing on the right side for years.

Calgary has pretty weak LW scoring depth and Dal Colle gets a fresh start.

Eric Francis said that he was told that the Flames have tried shopping Brodie and the return wasn't there, so perhaps they will have to settle for this.

*If Brodie plays plays at least one full season for the Islanders or scores more than 40 points the 3rd turns into a 2nd.

Calgary gets the cap space to sign Tkachuk.

11 Aug 2019 09:55:33
Need brodie more and i'd say he's worth more than that package.

11 Aug 2019 16:00:37
@Sean. I mean, you can think he’s worth more all you want, but if the actual GM says the value wasn’t there, then obviously he isn’t viewed that favorably around the league.

12 Aug 2019 01:43:35
CGY's LW depth is just fine Gaudreu, Tkachuk, Mangiapane and Lucic. Plus Dube about ready to make there's no room for a guy like Dal Colle.

11 Aug 2019 22:07:30
@sean
Yeah, I guess you’re right Sean but there are multiple credible sources that say that there was a very little return available for Brodie.
This fills a need for both teams.

12 Aug 2019 13:52:28
Ty, the comment right above you explains that lw is not a need for Calgary. SC named 4 lw, plus have like 8 or 9 centers that could play lw if need be.

13 Aug 2019 02:58:15
Brodie will bring a better return at the deadline. Otherwise they keep him for the playoffs themselves.

06 Aug 2019 21:56:21
To Edm: Julius Honka and Mattias Janmark

To Dal: Jesse Puljujarvi

06 Aug 2019 22:49:55
I wouldn't take it if I was Dallas.
Janmark is an important bottom 6 piece for Dallas and he doesn't complain when he doesn't play in the top 6.

07 Aug 2019 08:53:02
Considering Janmark is actually the best player in this deal (I can’t believe I justness said that), I would think Edmonton adds, not Dallas.

29 Jul 2019 17:54:32
Dallas: Julius Honka
Carolina: Trevor van Riemsdyk

Honka looks to be on the way out of dallas, Carolina just drafted his brother Anttoni in the 3rd round this year so would re-unite him with his brother in Carolina.

Dallas gets TVR as a good depth guy.

29 Jul 2019 18:59:51
I mean, yeah, sure.
Both bottom 6 defencemen.

29 Jul 2019 21:23:33
Tvr is what he is, honka I still think has untapped potential though might never come through so think it's a good trade. Dallas knows what they getting and Carolina Hope's honka will turn into what he was projected as.

30 Jul 2019 01:32:49
Why would Carolina want Honka in return when they are already stuffed like turkey dinner without defensemen?

22 Jul 2019 15:38:33
WPG: Poolman, Kulikov
DAL: Honka

Basically a Poolman for Honka swap with a little kicker in Kulikov. Although he doesn't have a ton of value he can be a solid 5/6 D and with only 1 year left the Stars can use him when needed. Jets can try to restart Honka by sheltering him in the bottom pairing.

22 Jul 2019 17:47:39
No thanks from Winnipeg. Is rather keep Poolman.

26 Jul 2019 02:48:37
Kulikov and a 2nd would probably get you honka.

20 Jul 2019 16:36:47
MTL:Suzuki,Kotkaniemi,,Brooks Alzner

Toronto: Marner

Leafs save a lot of money and gets 2 upcoming stars

20 Jul 2019 20:13:39
I’d probably do that from a leafs POV but I’d demand Juulsen over Brooke and ask for Pahling over Suzuki.

21 Jul 2019 06:08:28
@Vb, too bad you wouldn’t get any of that.

21 Jul 2019 18:32:35
Then what would Elias Pettersson/ Marner get?

22 Jul 2019 10:48:33
You Can't believe Toronto will trade Marner. Move on. Some of these so called trade rumors about Tkachuk, Marner and Pettersson are ridiculous and not happening.

22 Jul 2019 18:22:52
your dreaming. Why would the Habs give up that. How about a 2020 second round for marner.

31 Jul 2019 19:07:23
No from habs. Marner is not that good.

17 Jul 2019 11:11:29
Edmonton: Puljujarvi

Dallas: Faksa,3rd2019

17 Jul 2019 18:09:31
Why would dallas do this? Doesn’t make a lot of sense for them.

15 Jul 2019 22:29:15
Dallas:Honka, Faksa

Tor:Nylander,4rd2019

15 Jul 2019 23:54:41
Nylander just changed his number on the leafs he’s staying. Honka will be a nice claim for a team who picks him up when Dallas sends him to the minors.

12 Jul 2019 13:45:18
Dallas has been looking for forward depth for awhile now and Perry/Pavelski is a good start but it's not complete.

Dallas: Julius Honka and 1st 2020

Vegas: Nikita Gusev

* Dallas would then need to trade 1 of Cogliano, Johns, Hanzel or Comeau

Dallas gets a 2nd line forward to add potential elite offensive depth.

Vegas gets a 1st for a player they can't afford and Honka would come in cheap.

Lines-

Benn-Seguin-Radulov
Gusev-Pavelski-Perry
Cogliano-Hanzel-Jamnmark m
Hintz-Faska-Dickensson

12 Jul 2019 16:18:44
i don't get why this Gusev guy is getting all this attention and wants 4 million a year. Maybe he did well in russia but he's unproven in the nhl. i'd give him a 1 year 1-2 million "prove it" contract first then payday after.

12 Jul 2019 18:15:45
It’s more than just that he did well in Russia. He’s dominated the KHL and international play for the past 3 years. Tampa wanted him to start in AHL which is why he refused to come over and ended up getting traded, he’s got a lot of skill which is why teams are so intrigued by him.

12 Jul 2019 19:53:19
Your 4th line is better than the 3rd and possibly the 2nd.

12 Jul 2019 20:26:21
Soooo. good value or no?

12 Jul 2019 22:57:57
@vb
No.

13 Jul 2019 02:59:55
I’d say a little steep considering Vegas doesn’t have much of a choice right now. Teams might not want to pay the price to get someone there unsure of.

09 Jul 2019 03:04:30
Was thinking maybe Kerfoot could be a 60 + point guy if played in a top 6 role as a winger in Toronto. He has speed to keep up. So

Tor:Nylander

Dallas:Faksa,3rd 2019

Yes obviously Faksa is a 30 point center but he's great at everything like Kadri was, bring physicality and a solid 2 way game. The fact that Nylander is about 1.5 million overpaid does take away some of his value but he's still getting a good player in this trade imo. Leafs also save enough money to make a very solid offer to Marner

09 Jul 2019 04:09:22
No from the Leafs 100%.

Faksa a career third line centre.

So you’re trading a forward who had one bad year and is also very young for a career third liner and a third round pick? Seriously?

09 Jul 2019 05:16:08
Big no from TO, one bad season and he fetches a 3rd and a 3rd line center? Give me a break

10 Jul 2019 03:57:34
Take our Faksa and the 3rd and replace with Lindell.

08 Jul 2019 22:42:35
Dallas:Faksa

EDM:Pulijujarvi

09 Jul 2019 01:33:14
I’d say that’s a fat no from Dallas. A proven guy like Faksa for Pulj doesn’t seem like a smart move.

09 Jul 2019 02:58:34
Ya Vertius I get what your saying. The way I saw it was Faksa is a solid third line center right? Well Puljujarvi has first line potential, but also potential to end up being a star in the Liiga for his whole career. So it's like a gamble they take ya know?

09 Jul 2019 17:19:37
Yeah, I get you. I suppose Dallas would be a team that could benefit from that risk.

03 Jul 2019 10:00:52
Edmonton Oilers:

- Michael Dal Colle (LW) {RFA}

New York Islanders:

- Jesse Puljujarvi (RW) {RFA}

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Switch of scenery for both struggling players. Both RFAs. Oilers get their winger.

Sign Dal Colle to a 2year deal with 1.3M/yr
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Edmonton Oilers:

- Ondrej Palat (LW/RW) {5.3M/3yrs}

Tampa Bay Lightning:

- Sam Gagner (C/RW) {3.2M/1yr}

- 2020 3rd round pick*

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Tampa Bay sheds a lot of salary and get to sign Brayden Point. Sam Gagner is still an NHL caliber player and would fill Palat's role. His contract also expires next year and with Tampa Bay needing to sign Sergachev next year, Palat seems like the odd man out.

Oilers get another help on the wing. They shed Gagner's salary which makes them fit under the cap for this season. Palat is an excellent 2-way winger that just struggles in Tampa Bay.

*3rd turns into a 2nd if Palat scores more than 20 goals or more than 55 points.

Palat-McDavid-Draisaitl
Dal Colle-RHN-Chiasson
Khaira-Granlund-Kassian
Lucic-Brodziak-Jurco

Klefbom-Larsson
Nurse-Russell
C.Jones-Benning

Koskinen
Smith

Extras: C.Marody(C/RW), Yamamoto(RW), Cave (C/LW/RW), Benson (LW), B.Manning(LD), E.Bear(RD)

Remaining Salary Cap Space: 0.8M

04 Jul 2019 01:25:47
“Oiler’s shed Gagner’s salary which helps them fit Uber the cap”. But then they take on Palat’s salary which is $2M more and puts them back over again? Gagner is not an NHL player. And never was a good one to begin with.

04 Jul 2019 08:07:30
From a TB perspective, I don't think they do it. Might help cap wise next year, but decreases our competitiveness for this year.

04 Jul 2019 12:15:04
They traded Miller to make room for Point. They have enough space they don’t need to trade a top 6 winger for nothing. Palats biggest struggles have been with injuries, decent chance he’s traded next year to make room it there’s absolutely no reason to dump him this year and take on Gagne. Gagne would definitely not take on Palats role in the top 6 on a competitive team.

04 Jul 2019 21:36:21
HockeyFanatic
I’m not sure how you did the math. At the time of that post Oilers had 3.9 m in cap space.

3.9-1.2 (Dal Colle) = 2.7
5.3-3.2=2.1

2.7-2.1 = $600k.

23 Jun 2019 03:38:42
Philadelphia:
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins C
Jesse Puljujarvi LW
Zack Kassian RW


Edmonton:
Jakub Voracek RW
Shayne Gostisbehere D


Dallas:
William Nylander C
Jeremy Bracco RW


Toronto:
John Klingberg D
Ben Gleason D

24 Jun 2019 04:52:01
Philly says no I think. They have centers, and that downgrades their rw and d. (Kassian not worth anything) basically trading 2 string roster players, for centre and prospect demanding a trade.


Then I think klingberg had more value than nylander.

17 Jun 2019 15:07:50
Dallas:
W. Nylander C

Toronto:
J. Klingberg D

Minnesota:
N. Kadri C
N. Zaitsev D

Toronto:
M. Dumba D
3rd 2020

17 Jun 2019 15:38:56
Would you like gift wrap with those trades Toronto? Lol neither is even a thought.

17 Jun 2019 17:31:13
Now you know how we feel when we read your biased proposals Ramblow.

17 Jun 2019 19:15:28
Lol I really wish. those are way to lopsided in Toronto’s favour. Maybe is Nylander scores 85 or more next year Dallas takes it but no way Minnesota ever considers that.

17 Jun 2019 20:48:13
Even I think these are biased towards Toronto.

18 Jun 2019 02:35:56
Oh boy that nylander trade is awful for the stars.

15 Jun 2019 07:12:28
Winnipeg Jets:

Jack Roslovic


Edmonton Oilers:

Jesse Puljujarvi

Matt Benning


Both young stars wants change:

Wheeler - Scheifele - Laine

Connor - * - Ehlers

Puljujarvi - Little - Vesalainen

Copp - Lowry - Tanev


* They need 2C, and Perreault they need to trade for a cap space

How much cap space they have right now?

15 Jun 2019 11:42:49
I'd call this a fair deal.

15 Jun 2019 16:13:32
Pully isn't more than a prospect who can't be sent to the minors due to being rushed into the NHL way before he was ready and Benning is horrible and can't even play on the Oilers pathetic defense. This doesn't help the Jets at all.

15 Jun 2019 16:36:04
Why would the Jets downgrade to JP and pick up a 7/ 8 defenseman in the deal? The Oilers players are worth maybe a 4/ 5 pick together.

15 Jun 2019 17:19:35
Yeah and every jets player is worth more than mcdavid?

15 Jun 2019 17:25:24
The Oiler fans better hope that McD comes back from his leg injury or they're really in trouble.

28 May 2019 01:30:56
To Pitt: Radek Faksa, Val Nichuskin and Julius Honka

To Dal: Phil Kessel

28 May 2019 16:21:59
Nichushkin and Honka are looking like busts as Faksa doesn’t get Kessel straight up.

28 May 2019 19:47:04
3-way deal

Arizona: Phil kessel

Pittsburgh: Brandon Saad, Chad Krys, 4th rd pick

Chicago: Niklas Hajlmarsson, Lawson Crouse, 7th rd pick.

26 May 2019 21:53:47
To Dal: Colin Miller

To VGK: Julius Honka and a 4th

26 May 2019 23:43:02
But why would Vegas do this? I am sure that I read they have the most picks this year with 10. So why would they make trade to add even more picks? Honka is not doing so good anyway, yes? Even I know he is worst then miller.

27 May 2019 02:58:59
Miller was a healthy scratch the last parts of the regular season and in playoffs. VGK clear up 3.8 mill and Dallas get a right hand dman to potentially pair with Heiskanen.

27 May 2019 10:43:30
I think it’s a good trade.

25 May 2019 00:49:45
Dallas:rights to Spezza

MTL:7 Rd pick

MTL gets early talks going on Spezza. I'd like to see him sign a 2.5 million deal for 2 years with mtl

25 May 2019 04:12:38
I think Dallas would do it, I doubt they’re going to resign him, though they might want a little more than a 7th.

25 May 2019 07:05:31
I wouldn't see why anyone would really want spezza at this point.

25 May 2019 12:05:42
He a stop gap in case the young guys sent ready for big roles yet.

25 May 2019 12:19:31
Dallas adds.

24 May 2019 22:33:33
To Dal: Nazem Kadri

To Tor: Radek Faksa and Julius Honka

25 May 2019 03:21:55
That’s a firm no from a leafs POV Dallas takes that and runs.

25 May 2019 04:15:13
I’d take Faksa over Kadri any day. He may not be as good, but if I’m not mistaken, he’s younger and definitely not as big of a headache as Kadri is.

25 May 2019 12:55:57
Kadri got suspended a couple times but he’s a leader and a presence in the locker room.

09 May 2019 19:54:06
Two options:

Tor: Kadri

Carolina:
Pesce

or

Tor: Kadri

Dallas: Johns, 3rd round pick

Toronto gets their 2nd pairing right shot d-man either way and moves some salary

Kadri gets a new opportunity to purposely injury people in a different city.

09 May 2019 20:33:18
Yes from leafs on the 1st. Big no on the 2nd.

09 May 2019 20:54:40
Carolina wouldn't consider the first deal and I don't know much about Johns other than he looks like a bottom pairing guy, so that deal doesn't look too bad.

09 May 2019 21:17:50
So Kadri is worth a bottom pairing d man and a 3rd to you Joe? I know Kadri is no Bryan Little but he can fetch more than that.

09 May 2019 22:16:12
Pesce>>Kadri.

09 May 2019 22:29:15
I don't know much about Johns. he's a bottom pairing guy. looks good"

Lmao, stop hating man. Trouba's apperantly worth Sergachev+ or Reinhart+ but Kadri is worth a bottom pairing guy? Get lost, haha. Hell no from Toronto on the deal.

And on the first deal, before the playoffs, that's probably a win-win for both teams, but with the way Carolina has fared in the playoffs, they'd almost certainly rather keep that elite dcore together than trade one away, unless its for a young elite forward.

09 May 2019 22:06:28
Johns looks like a bottom 6 Defenceman so that deal doesn't look bad #memarcusjoe?
And here is the problem on this site and that reply confirms there are a bunch of Leaf haters on here.
No a Bottom 6 Defenceman and a 3rd Round Pick isn't even close to getting Kadri on a Cap friendly contract.

09 May 2019 23:29:39
Kadri really hurt his value this spring. Why would anyone want to take a chance on a guy that is a net negative in the playoffs?

10 May 2019 00:24:43
Come on pinball, pesce is worth a lot more then kadri. Ok he's on a good contract, so is pesce, younger and better. Not saying kadri is bad but no way gets you Pesce.

10 May 2019 00:46:23
Personally I don’t think Kadri is all that great but I will say if that was a 2nd and 3rd it would be a done deal, since after the playoffs Kadri is not looked as a great pickup. I know jones is a 4/ 5 D meaning he can be your #4 but is best as your #5.

10 May 2019 00:54:25
Yea i don't see why people on this site undervalue kadri so much smh

10 May 2019 02:55:18
I wish oilers had Kadri.

10 May 2019 04:25:03
Kadri’s antics are definitely an issue but he still holds value. Back to back 32 goal seasons playing #2 center and on a good contract. Everyone knew he wasn’t scoring 30 goals once Tavares was signed.

10 May 2019 05:27:07
I do not think Leafs would trade Kadri for Johns. I do not understand this trade. First Kadri is worth Pesce, but then second trade is only worth Johns? Is this post by mistake maybe? Yes. It must be mistake. Because or else I do not understand how is Kadri worth so much and not so much at the same time.

10 May 2019 06:49:04
Zamboni, that's what we've been discussing and I think most agree Kadri is much closer to Johns in value that he is to Pesce.

10 May 2019 08:47:19
Biasjoe it’s actually most who think neither deal is accurate. There’s even some non leaf fans who would want Kadri on their team or think he’s underated. You should try not being so judgemental of every player not playing for the jets. You and Islandjet make yourselves look like immature kids with every post.

10 May 2019 12:12:35
Honestly Kadri>Trouba And his 9 million asking price.

10 May 2019 12:19:21
Kadris not a net negative in the playoffs, tf? Even @MJ said he wouldn't mind if Edmonton had Kadri. Kadris drive is what makes him a good player. In a diminished role this year he still put up 45 points. Yes he hurt his value in the playoffs, but i'd rather keep him than trade him for Johns haha. Then apperantly Mathieu Perraulet is worth a 2nd+ or lLittles worth a 1st++ even tho they are well worse than Naz.

10 May 2019 16:06:50
I think MeMarcusJoe must needs change his name to MeMarcusJoke. Kadri is very good player, yes. He is much valuable than Johns. But MeMarcusJoke knows that. He only make trouble because of the Trouba.

10 May 2019 16:37:55
idk why people are disagreeing with vb's first comment, its 100% true. leafs would defs take the first trade and they would not make the second one.

05 May 2019 16:06:10
Oilers: jesse P , 2019 2nd round pick

Islanders: dal colle , ho-sang

All 3 players have struggled since draft and could use a change

Jesse is younger than dal colle so should make the 2nd round for ho-sang fair?

05 May 2019 17:45:37
This is stupid. If you wanted to make a smart offer you strictly go for Ho-Sang and you keep pool party. And he does not get a 2nd round either.

05 May 2019 23:44:29
Mr. McKnowItAll is very aggressive, yes? He must be a hockey insider. We should all listen to him. He knows very much. I think is good trade, yes. I understand why you make this trade, and I think is very smart. Is good trade, yes. Very good. Maybe pick is too high for Ho-Sang like Mr. McSmartyPants says. But is very good idea.

06 May 2019 01:19:49
I’ll take Ho-Sang over Puljujarvi.

06 May 2019 15:31:10
reading what zamboni types out hurts my brain.

06 May 2019 19:21:14
also what are your reasonings for that vb, i am curious why youd say youd rather have ho-sang over pool party.

06 May 2019 19:52:49
Ho-Sang has the talent/ drive/ size/ IQ etc to be a good hockey player if a team wants to deal with his attitude where as Puljujarvi has a better attitude he is less skilled but his size makes up for that but the reason I’d take Ho-Sang over Puljujarvi is Puljujarvi lack of hockey IQ.

06 May 2019 20:42:59
Fair enough!

06 May 2019 21:02:15
Vb did you see him at wjc? Much better than laine and Aho.

06 May 2019 21:29:07
i also don't agree with ho-sang over pool swechamp, that's vb's opinion tho and that's fine, but that was something i would have mentioned saying you can't tie a world jr record without having some IQ, but pool certainly has not done much at NHL level so its tough to judge him. I still think once he's comfortable speaking english and can stay on a line and not be moved around every period he will gain his confidence back. really hoping Holland sees the potential in pool party and gets a coach to help guide him. he will be a good player one day he has all the tools, just needs confidence.

07 May 2019 02:04:13
Jesse Puljujarvi at the time of the WJC was a dominant force because of his mixture of Size/ Skill and mostly because of his maturity he hit his peak of his development young and when at the WJC he was a man amongst boys his skill set excels when playing against weaker opponents compared to a player like Laine whom no matter who he’s playing against if he gets a scoring opportunity there is a solid chance it’s going in. Puljujarvi hit his peak when he was young but obviously he still has all the tools to be a force. Playing professional hockey in the Finnish top league at 16 played a huge role in his dominance.

07 May 2019 03:02:32
Did you just say he hit his peak young lol are you serious. Guy was 17 when he was in his prime?

07 May 2019 14:49:53
That’s not what I meant. I mean is peak in dominance. He ripped up his league when he was 17 but he probably won't rip up a league again. His highlight of his career is most likely going to be his WJC performance. He’ll get better but will he be a dominant force in the best hockey league in the world? 99% chance he isn’t.

07 May 2019 16:27:31
99% chance you have no idea what he will be like though! Do you think Rantanen on Colorado was going to be as good as he is now, not a chance. And he never “broke” into the league until he was Puljujarvi’s age this season. so there is still time to right the ship for him. He can still be a dominate player he just needs to figure out. Also there are only a handful of players who are truly dominant in the NHL so idk why you’d use that word. Should have said impactful. Which I think he can still be if he gets some confidence.

07 May 2019 16:31:07
if the highlight of his career is tying a record in the world juniors that's a pretty enormous accomplishment lol tying Jagr to. that's very impressive. so your argument like usual is so irrelevant. but like i said eariler, fair enough that's your hatred opinion!

07 May 2019 21:24:52
How is that a hatred opinion i offered Andreas Johnsson for him in earlier trade posts. Who is a player that the oilers hope Puljujarvi can become. He’s closer to the bust Catagory then what he was projected to be ( dominant force ) . Lots of players have amazing world juniors but that doesn’t mean they’ll make it in the NHL level.

 
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