08 Feb 2019 18:08:21
Montreal: takes on Lucic's contract

Edmonton: Lucic + Puljujarvi

(Armia style trade)

1.) 08 Feb 2019
08 Feb 2019 18:12:34
man u literally posted the same thing before and still don't have montreal giving something back.

2.) 08 Feb 2019
08 Feb 2019 18:36:33
I assume that you are trying to say Montreal should send a young player stuck in the ahl in exchange for that. Honestly don’t think it would be worth it. Better to save the cap for any future signings since Montreal is doing well enough that they aren’t selling older assets.

3.) 08 Feb 2019
08 Feb 2019 19:21:52
no that's not at all what i'm saying, this is literally the second identical trade in a row where he has montreal taking a bag contract but doesn't say what they give in return.

4.) 08 Feb 2019
08 Feb 2019 19:36:22
Yeah. I meant like the poster was trying to say we should do that when he says (armia type trade) . Either way you look at it. Doesn’t work for the habs.

5.) 08 Feb 2019
08 Feb 2019 20:18:47
Notdelusional is right. A trade involves two teams exchanging players. No Montreal player is listed here. Maybe Jayne just expects us to use our imagination to fill in the returning player?

6.) 08 Feb 2019
08 Feb 2019 21:44:54
You guys are painfully unintelligent he’s obviously referring to Future Considerations. You don’t always need to send a player back in a trade. This is a big no from Montreal Lucic is just way to bad.

7.) 08 Feb 2019
08 Feb 2019 21:47:15
Maybe i was taking it too literal. i actually thought he was saying it would cost Pul to balance out the bad contract of Lucic. Habs trade future considerations and take on the bad contract of Lucic at the cost of getting Pul. Just my interpretation of it.

8.) 09 Feb 2019
09 Feb 2019 00:53:21
Future considerations leaves a pretty wide interpretation. He’s leaving it up to the reader to fill in the blanks. Like ThunderTurkey, I thought Pool was the payment for Habs to take on Lucic boat anchor contract.

9.) 09 Feb 2019
09 Feb 2019 01:05:08
It's not really an armia style trade in that trade montreal traded a player who was not good enough to play in the Ahl for 2 picks a player they knew would fit somewhere in their lineup and a cap dump on a not so bad deal that was easily bought out.

10.) 09 Feb 2019
09 Feb 2019 04:12:12
One of Bergevins better moves.

11.) 09 Feb 2019
09 Feb 2019 04:26:50
And there has been a lot of good ones Sosa.

12.) 09 Feb 2019
09 Feb 2019 07:07:56
I’ll say that the Drouin/ Sergachev deal that Montreal fans got bashed for when it happened, looks like a steal for Montreal. Unless I’m missing something, Sergachev seems pretty average at best.

13.) 10 Feb 2019
10 Feb 2019 03:48:38
Please trade Weber.