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22 Mar 2018 20:01:49
EDM: 2018 1st (trade only goes though if pick isn't in top 3)
MTL: Pacioretty

More from MTL I'm pretty sure.
As long as EDM have a relatively solid off season they will be back on track next year (any team with McDavid has a shot at the cup every year imo) .


1.) 22 Mar 2018 21:06:53
Definatley more from Montreal. Patches is a good player, but he’s 30 and will be a ufa after next season and will be looking for a big raise. Edmonton won’t be able to afford him once his contract is up so for them to trade away a high pick in a deep draft year that’ll be controllable for many years wouldn’t be too smart. Edmonton’s core is still young a couple pieces away from being a contender. If they were going to trade that pick they should be targeting a Jacob Trouba or something similar.

2.) 22 Mar 2018 21:39:13
Jesus no
Edm = 1top 5 pick from the cup.

3.) 22 Mar 2018 21:52:04
So one more top 5 pick should do it key habs? You really think? I was wondering how many more 1st overall picks it was going to take to get them back to the playoffs.

4.) 22 Mar 2018 23:10:05
Lol. Edm isn't trading that first for one year of a 29 year old Pacioretty.

5.) 23 Mar 2018 00:25:27
Lol Edmonton should not consider going for Trouba with that pick.

6.) 23 Mar 2018 03:46:09
I didn’t mean they should target trouba specifically, I meant that if they were considering trading a top 6 pick they need to get something back that they need and as far as I can tell they still need a top 2, right handed defence or at least a top defence regardless of handedness. Unless they win the lottery and are able to draft Dahlen cause after him the next handful of player that’ll be drafted are forwards, which I think it’s safe to say they need defence more than a forward, they could consider trading the pick for a legit top d man.

7.) 23 Mar 2018 05:09:53
Trouba is not a top 2 nor the right player Edmonton should consider if they are going to trade a top 10 pick. Is what I’m also saying.

8.) 23 Mar 2018 05:10:45
But yes if they could trade for a top offensive rhd absolutely could be worth that pick.

9.) 23 Mar 2018 05:41:52
What top offensive dman did you have in mind.

10.) 23 Mar 2018 09:27:28
I think oilers could make a trade for Faulk (right handed) or a top dman like Ekman-Larsson. Not one for one either of those deals but the player and the pick from each sides involved in the package.

11.) 23 Mar 2018 12:58:05
OEL over rated in my opinion. Same as RH vs LH d-Men. If the guy is a stud player who cares how he shoots

It is a weak theory. like Corsi stats.

12.) 23 Mar 2018 14:01:32
@balsam, what’s your reason for finding him overrated? I see him play a few times a year and get the feeling he’s underrated because he's stuck in the desert. if he was in a Canadian market like Karlsson or Weber, or a big US market like Doughty in LA and kieth in Chicago, he would be talked about as one of the leagues best a lot more often. Not saying he’s better than any of those guys, but I believe he would be knocking on the door of the conversation if more people got to see how good he was more often.

13.) 23 Mar 2018 15:08:44
OEL is a #1 dman in the league and just like Jim said he’s not talked enough because the team he’s on, for sure underrated. Look at his stats and imagine what he could do on a good team he’d be way better.

14.) 23 Mar 2018 17:18:54
How about s trade with Nashville. Ryan Ellis and 2018 3rd for Edmonton’s 1st round pick this year? Or Dante fabbro and next years 2nd for Edmonton’s 1st this year. Both options give edmonton right handed offensive defence. First option gives oilers a puck moving defence whose mid 20s and will help right away 2nd gives them a unproven d man Which is why I added the second but he’s young and controllable and won’t cost a lot for a few more years. Nashville would draft a forward winger. Helps both teams, both teams trade from a strength to help weakness’.

15.) 23 Mar 2018 17:51:12
Lol don’t even Mention the 3rd round pick
Gonna take Subban straight up or you might as well forget that top 5 pick.

16.) 23 Mar 2018 19:05:34
Subban straight up eh? Good thinking If they had Subban a contract they’d be at damn near 40 million for 4 guys. Mcdavid at 12.5, draisatl at 8, Subban at 10 and Lucic at 6.36 million for 4 guys, they still have Nuge, klefbom, Larson, and Talbot. no way in hell they could afford Subban, Ellis is a very good option. underrated and way cheaper. It was a thought, not saying there wouldn’t be better options, just one that came to mind.

17.) 23 Mar 2018 22:26:56
Good thought but ya can’t see why preds would break up the best defensive core in the league.

18.) 24 Mar 2018 05:57:13
There is actually a few good right hand d in the draft this year one being Bourchard and the other being Dodson both are projected to go top ten.

19.) 24 Mar 2018 06:36:12
True oil-fan, but teams generally draft the “best available player” regardless of position, I think Bouchard is projected between 10-16 range, if the oilers decided to draft yakopov over Murray when even then their need was defence I can’t see them doing that this time around either. Drafting a lower rated defence rather than a forward that is. And mcjesus, reason I thought of nasville is because they have a deep d core they can do that, whether it be fabbro or Ellis or Ekholm either way they can afford to trade one of them to improve their offence. Same could be said for Carolina or aneheim. That being said I think Faulk for oilers first this year is more than fair, unless Carolina wants a established forward.



15 Jan 2018 06:09:18
How close is this in value?

MTL: Pacioretty
EDM: Puljujärvi

Gives the Habs a future first line of
Drouin - Galchenyuk - Puljujärvi.


1.) 15 Jan 2018 06:49:19
On what planet would edmonton do that? Especially with the way their season went lol that’s just dumb to even add patches in general.

2.) 15 Jan 2018 06:56:15
I asked if it was close in value, not if it worked for both teams. Very early in the season when Edmonton still had playoff hopes this might have worked though, especially with how Puljujärvi was struggling.

3.) 15 Jan 2018 13:06:25
Lol. Would not have happened at the start of the year.

4.) 15 Jan 2018 13:15:26
If patch had 3-4 years at his cap hit left then this is completely different deal and possible.

5.) 15 Jan 2018 16:50:46
Yeah, it doesn’t work in value. Lol.



13 Jan 2018 20:58:26
MTL: Plekanec
PIT: 2nd or 3rd (will most likely be later round picks so the 2nd is in fact closer to a third. This might be a bit much for him but he is one of the best shutdown centers in the league although he doesn't give anything offensively) .

MTL: Byron
To any team willing to give up a 2nd (because he scored 20 goals last year, is crazy fast and great on the PK) . Would go great with any team needing secondary scoring.

MTL: Benn
CHI: 3rd

Benn has been playing way above his pay grade recently and can fetch a 3rd-4th.

I might be overvaluing my Habs players though, let me know.


1.) 13 Jan 2018 21:15:42
Gotta retain on Plek to get anything decent. If you retain like %50 then could probably get a 3rd. Not sure a 2nd.
Byron should get you a 3rd for sure and ya maybe a 2nd.

2.) 13 Jan 2018 22:05:42
As a sens fan, I am willing to give up nick paul and a 3rd for Byron. Would that suffice?

3.) 13 Jan 2018 22:06:26
As for your trades, value seems there except for the first one. Plek is a cap dump. The most he's worth is a 4th-5th

4.) 13 Jan 2018 22:41:01
So Paul byron a guy who scored 20 goals last season will probably score 20 goals again this season and is great on the pk like you said who gets paid hen scratch compared to a lot of 20 goal scorers who can't kill penalties. And you want to trade him for a2nd round pick. We got two 2nds for lars eller and gave up 2 2nds for andrew shaw. I would value byron above both of these guys especially when you consider his contract.

5.) 13 Jan 2018 23:47:42
I'm ok with Plek and Benn deals., however. I don't want to see Byron go. And if he were to go, only as a good add on peice to say a Pacioretty or Galchenyuk to bring back a significant peice.
I do see Plek as an attractive option for a contender as a good 3rd line Center. If he isn't traded, I would offer him 3 mill for 2 years to be Habs 4th line Center and on the PK, cause he has been a good Canadien .

6.) 13 Jan 2018 23:47:57
Are you kidding me with all of these. Especially the first one. Absolute garbage.

7.) 14 Jan 2018 02:14:19
McJesus. what do u think then?

8.) 14 Jan 2018 14:13:38
No Crazy Attack, that won't suffice. That's good if you want Michael Mcaron but since Byron is cheap, very fast, good on pk and get around 20 goal/ 40 points a second round pick it will take more to get him. Beside Dorion gave up Dahlen who was drafted second round but looks far more promising then his rank, for an old, slow and overpaid Burrows who's maybe half has good as Byron. So I wouldn't be surprise if Dorion offers White for Byron. lol.

9.) 14 Jan 2018 18:17:20
The fact he thinks a team will be willing to give up a 2nd for Plek blows my mind.

10.) 14 Jan 2018 19:15:04
It's deffinetley a stretch McJesus
. however, that pick is probably around 50th to 62nd overall. it's not totally outta the question. who knows. i'd prefer to get a deal similar to the Weiss, Flieshman deal to Chicago when we received Danault. but. I also know that's a big stretch as well. Lol. maybe Benn and Plek? I dunno.

11.) 14 Jan 2018 19:17:51
The only thing Mvjesus think nowadays is to critize people instead of explain why trades are bad. Kinna lazy. It's sad tho because you used to have very good post but now all you posts are either a critic or an insult.



13 Jan 2018 20:48:00
I know the Letang rumours have died down but is this close? I saw a similar one posted around a week ago

PIT: Letang, conditional 4th
TOR: JVR, Bozak, conditional 2nd

PIT trades 4th if they resign JVR.
TOR trades 2nd if they reach the conference finals and if Letang doesn't get injured once.

TOR gets the top pairing defenceman they need while PIT gets another top 6 scorer and the 3rd line center they need. This is a major shakeup in PIT, and gets the team going again.


1.) 13 Jan 2018 20:55:09
Yeah, two free agents for Letang . Great idea.

2.) 13 Jan 2018 23:03:55
hahah why would they want Letang he is a walking talkking injury in the waiting with a huge cap hit.

3.) 13 Jan 2018 23:48:40
Hey! Your back! Glad to see Shankar.

4.) 13 Jan 2018 23:48:22
This is so bad and pitt adds a pick to lmao.




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02 Jun 2018 15:34:21
Not even close. Detroit needs this pick a whole lot more than Winnipeg does.




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25 Apr 2018 01:48:34
Overpayment from Vancouver. Heiskanen is clearly a C-prospect, he was only taken 3rd overall last year as a joke obviously. Baertschi has had an astonishing career so far (18 goals is his career high), and clearly can fetch a better return than a rubbish prospect like Heiskanen. I have a little proposal of my own:
VAN: Juolevi, Eriksson
DAL: Faksa.




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15 Jan 2018 06:56:15
I asked if it was close in value, not if it worked for both teams. Very early in the season when Edmonton still had playoff hopes this might have worked though, especially with how Puljujärvi was struggling.





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