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17 Nov 2017 14:13:03
MTL - Galchenyuk
NSH - Yannick Weber

Time to get back Weber to the team that drafted him

I might or might not be doing my best yup impression

17 Nov 2017 15:58:53
You've done great!
but we're just impersonating delusional Habs fans. Great times.
I can't wait for the daily Price trade. Or the daily Habs/ Oilers proposal!

17 Nov 2017 23:29:34
Oh so I guess I'm on the other side of the delusion spectrum since I'm also a habs fan?

17 Nov 2017 00:53:46
Vancouver Ben Hutton or del zotto

Nashville dante fabbro

17 Nov 2017 03:48:45
Hahahaha yaaaaaa cause Hutton and Del Zotto have the same value. Clueless.

17 Nov 2017 04:12:06
Your stupid if you think there not del zotto is play better then Ben Hutton the hoping Ben Hutton turn into a player like del zotto yup get a life you hater.

17 Nov 2017 14:13:34
Hahahahahaha. So good.

No, you're* stupid.

17 Nov 2017 15:56:03
Good one lol.

17 Nov 2017 17:46:58
Lol. I know. You make it too easy.

08 Nov 2017 03:57:43
1st Trade:
Golden Knights Acquire:
• Fredrick Gaudreau
• 1st Round Pick

Predators Acquire:
• James Neal

2nd Trade:
Panthers Acquire:
• Craig Smith
• 3rd Round Pick

Predators Acquire:
• Radim Vrbata

3rd Trade:
Flames Acquire:
• Colton Sissons
• 2nd Round Pick

Predators Acquire:
• Sam Bennett

Forsberg - Johansen - Arvidsson
Neal - Turris - Vrbata
Hartnell - Bennett - Fiala
Salomaki - Jarnkrok - Watson

08 Nov 2017 04:34:46
If Golden Knights wanted Neal they would have made a deal for Vegas to not take him. Sending them a prospect or something.

Sissons alone has more value to Preds right now than Bennet. He is playing second line center right now while Bonino is out (before they got Turris) . Sissons was very good for them in the playoffs. They value him a lot. Bennett meanwhile doesn't even have 1 pony yet this year and is -5.

07 Nov 2017 02:43:52
Mtl: 3 Rd pick

Nsh: Smith

Nsh frees a unit of cap space 5 million and gets a pick for a guy who doesn't produce that much but can be okay as a two way center. Mtl gets a good maybe second line two way forward. Nsh just got Turris so they can let Smith go

07 Nov 2017 12:07:39
Mtl going to want more than a 3d.

07 Nov 2017 15:17:19
I think you mean Nashville will want more than a third.

07 Nov 2017 16:14:44
No McCarty, he’s just a habs fan who thinks they have a guy named smith on their team. explains some of his trade proposals lol.

07 Nov 2017 18:38:16
"MTL going to want more than a 3rd". Way too funny.

06 Nov 2017 08:28:29
Col: Girard, 1 Rd pick Ott, one of nsh forward second rounder prospect, Bowers, 2 Rd pick Nsh

Ott: Dushene

Nsh: Turris

OK so this imo about the trade.I think 2 teams did very well.they paid a fair price for things they both wanted. the team overpaid for something they really needed.So Ottawa is the loser of the trade imo. Yes, Dushene is good but good enough to give up one basically 3 first round picks and a second rounder? Turris, Bowers and the first is already enough.

The second makes it very one sided.So basically Ottawa paid a premium FOR Dushene. Col got more then what I thought fr HIM. Girard and Bowers is already closest in value for him imo. A first and a prospect plus a second round pick? Wow amazing value.And Nsh paid 2 guy they drafted in second round for a good center they signed too so they paid just what he was worth.Ott paid premium un. SO OTT LOSSES AND Cool and Nsh wins

06 Nov 2017 18:14:25
Sens sent a first and 3rd. Not a second. And preds didn’t only pay 2 guys they got in the 2nd round. They also gave a 2nd round pick. So re think who over paid and who got value.

06 Nov 2017 18:42:45
Nashville ponied up the 2nd, Ottawa the 3rd. Ottawa cleared up an extra roster spot by moving Hammond. Using your method Nahville paid 3 2nd rounders for Turris.

10 Nov 2017 12:47:45
The Sens couldn't resign Turris for 7 or 8 years at 6.5, Hammond had to go, Bowers was a 1st rounder but wouldn't have have had any chance moving up with Chabot, Harpur coming up. Last years rumour had Ottawa paying more than what they just did. Duchene wants to play here and Karlsson will both probably interested in re-signing because of this upgrade. IMO Ottawa does very well, Nas does OK but pays a bit more and Colorado wins.

11 Nov 2017 00:37:31
Ottawa got shafted huge with no lube.

Essentially they paid a guy who's just as good as Duchene in turris, plus the 1st, the 3rd, bowers (who was a 1st himself), and Hammond (only good loss) . just to get Duchene. that's insane. Dorian needs to be fired with the dumb trades he keeps making.

12 Nov 2017 19:32:41
I think hawks18 assessment is alittle off considering everything that nashville paid to ottawa for turris was thrown to colorado, on top of this ottawa throws in a late first and third pick, a prospect and a cap dump. to a certain extent i kind of agree with senskill for the first time ever, it was a lot for the sens to pay i'm thinking a piece of the nashville trade should have stayed. At the end of the day i feel ottawa's getting the best player out of the deal, duchene is an exciting player and i'm looking forward to seeing what magic he can create with hoff, stone, karl and the boys.

13 Nov 2017 17:33:21
Time will tell. I also think Karlsson walks next year if Dorion doesn't make any moves. I liked Turris too. Still wish all the players well. Obviously the Avs won the deal. I think Dorion is following well into Murray's footsteps because again the Sens give more than what comes back to them. Like Facelift39 says. I can't wait to see the magic the Sens will have.

06 Nov 2017 01:32:32
Confirmed trade*

Ottawa trades turris, hammond, prospect bowers, a 1st and 3rd in exchange for duchene

Nashville trades two prospects girard and kamenev and a 3rd in exchange for turris (with extension-6yrs 36m)

Colorado trades duchene in exchange for hammond, girard, kamenev and a 1st, 2nd and 3rd.

06 Nov 2017 03:47:42
Sakic did absolutely amazing, nashville did a really good trade Ottawa gave up way too much!

06 Nov 2017 04:08:45
Honestly Pierre Dorion isn't the smartest GM in the NHL
He gave up a first and Turris to get Duchene
He also traded Dahlin (possibly to 9/ 6 forward) for Burrows
And he traded Brassard for Zibanejad who is now Nyr 1st center.

06 Nov 2017 04:19:06
Lol. It's a good trade all around. Sakic did not do "absolutely amazing" Pick and prospects are unproven. Will know in a few years.

06 Nov 2017 04:34:09
Dorian essentially gave up two 1st a 3rd andrew Hammond and kyle turris to get duchene who is really not any better then turris lol.

06 Nov 2017 07:01:04
Easy no Habs fans. You have MB at the throne. Can't make fun of any other teams GM when he's your guy.
This Duchene trade isn't as bad as you guys are making it out to be.
Good deal all around for all teams.

06 Nov 2017 08:09:11
I think nashville did alright. ottawa didn't give away chabot, white, brown or any roster defencemen and the 1st rounder will be a late one.
Colorado on the other hand didn't get anything near what i thought the ask was, still no top 4 defence.

06 Nov 2017 12:28:33
Yes yup and you guys have chirelli lol. What's your point? Stop trying to make yourself believe everything is all peachy in edmonton.

06 Nov 2017 17:23:15
Edmonton has chirelli and ottawa has dorion yes. but to compare them to marc bergevin you would have to be retarded.

06 Nov 2017 18:41:40
Facelift you shouldn't use that word. But anyway I'm fine with my gm. I mean he was smart enough not to give up what it took to get duchene. Sometimes the best deals are the ones you don't make.

06 Nov 2017 21:48:16
My apologies habby.
With the canadiens trading away sergachev for drouin, pk for weber, andrighetti for martunsen, beaulieu for a 3rd, and draft picks for ott and dwight king, not to mention letting radulov, markov, emelin and dubnyk all walk for nothing and the likes of price, patches, galchenyuk, shaw, plekanec all swirl through the rumor mill i have a hard time believing there's a move out there bergevin wouldn't make.

07 Nov 2017 03:26:55
Radulov going does sting a little I won't lie. I do think they made a reasonable effort to resign him but he decided on Dallas. i actually love the drouin and subban deals so maybe that's where our opinions differ mostly. the ghetto deal looks awful I agree but he had a load of opportunities to break out with the habs and never did and would have probably been lost on waivers if they didn't trade him. and dubnyk? Come on did he even play a game here? every team has lost players and traded players who gave gone elsewhere and played better. but a lot of times keeping them means you lose someone else who are already playing well for you.

06 Nov 2017 00:56:28
confirmed trade!

Ottawa gets: Matt Duchene
Nashville gets: Kyle Turris
Colorado gets: prospects Samuel Girard, Vladislav Kamenev and a second-round pick from the Predators, and forward Shane Bowers, goaltender Andrew Hammond and a first- and third-round pick from the Senators.

thoughts on this deal?

04 Nov 2017 06:59:23
So i'm sure that everyone has heard that there was a potential 3-way trade between OTT, NSH and COL, Involving Matt Duchene and Kyle Turris that fell through. I have been seing a lot of tweets/articles etc. about why the sens would want Duchene over Turris. Personally i think its a name thing. Sens haven't had the best Attendance this year and bringing in a Gold medal winner and former 30 goal scorer would certainly get some excitement amongst Sens fans.

Idk. Just something i've been thinking about, might not be true but yknow. Late night Banter ¯_(ツ)_/¯

04 Nov 2017 07:14:54
Makes complete sense to trade for Duchene if you’re the sense because first of all Turris reportedly wants an 8 year deal at 7+ mil and he’s a year older than Duchene. Duchene might be easier to sign at the same cap hit but less years which will be good for their future and Ottawa gets a player that fits better in today’s game (speed and skill)

04 Nov 2017 14:01:09
Plus sens get a year and a half of Duchene at his $6 mill to see how he fits in etc before they have to give him a contract.

04 Nov 2017 18:05:46
duchene didn't want to go to ottawa do you blame him.

05 Nov 2017 04:12:22
Better in today's game? Lmfao turris is a mirror image to Duchene in every way the difference in skill is like 0.05% in Duchene favour. their career totals are identical. only difference is that duchene was chosen to play for team Canada before and turris wasn't because at the time turris was under the gun of trade talks and mis management in Phoenix hurting his case to get on Canada's team.

03 Nov 2017 04:05:05
Mtl trades: Max pacioretty, 2019 2nd.

Nashville trades: Dante Fabbro, Vladislav kamenev.

03 Nov 2017 04:08:16
Easy no from MTL c'mon man.

03 Nov 2017 07:23:54
easy no from nashville.

27 Oct 2017 21:38:11
Nsh) Subban + 2d
Col) Duchene + Rantanen + Yakupov

Forsberg Johansen Arvidson
Rantanen Duchene Yakupov
Hartnell Gaudreau Smith

Josi Girard
Ekholm Ellis

Yes I know Ellis is injured

27 Oct 2017 21:54:19
No from Colorado. Rantanen isn't available. Especially as an add on to Duchene for one player coming back.

27 Oct 2017 23:24:14
What in the world would Colorado do with Subban.

28 Oct 2017 05:19:21
Lol. Didn't even notice you slotted all Aves guys into a second line.
There aren't many players in the league worth an entire second line in a trade. Ha. And Subban isn't one.

28 Oct 2017 07:53:00
You may know Ellis is injured but you certainly don’t know anything about hockey.

21 Oct 2017 23:41:08
Couple of Random Trades:

CBJ Trades: Ryan Murray, Lukas Sedlak and Tyler Motte.
MTL Trades: Alex Galchenyuk, Brandon Davidson, Ales Hemsky and a 2018 3rd Round Draft Pick.

NYR Trades: Marc Staal, Sean Day, a 2018 2nd Round Draft Pick.
VGK Trades: Luca Sbisa, Brad Hunt and David Clarkson.
**Pure Salary/ Term dump by NYR/ / Clarkson can be shelved on LTIR, so he isn't much of a hassle.

EDM Trades: Matt Benning, Jujhar Khaira, Mark Fayne and a 2018 2nd Round Draft Pick.
DET Trades: Mike Green and David Booth.

TOR Trades: Martin Marincin, Ben Smith and 2018 3rd Round Draft Pick.
VGK Trades: Jason Garrison.

SJ Trades: Joe Thornton (50% Retention) and Joel Ward (50% Retention)
PIT Trades: Greg McKegg, Filip Gustavsson, and a 2018 1st Round Draft Pick.
**All in for the three-peat kind of deal for Pittsburgh. SJ is unlikely to make the playoffs, and Joe wants to win a cup, so a deal to Pittsburgh makes sense. This only happens if Riley Sheahan bums out in Pittburgh, which is possible.

NSH Trades: Kevin Fiala, Mattias Ekholm, Craig Smith and a 2018 1st Round Draft Pick.
NYI Trades: John Tavares, Nikolai Kulimen and Thomas Hickey.
*Most unrealistic trade I'm proposing on this board, and least likely to occur, but it does offer NYI two key, young pieces in exchange for Tavares, plus a 1st. Nashville would do it to get over the hump and become that true contender.

CONFIRMED (not my idea)
PIT Trades: Scott Wilson and 2018 3rd Round Draft Pick
DET Trades: Riley Sheahan and 2018 5th Round Draft Pick.

22 Oct 2017 12:44:22
No from CLB, VEG, DET, SJ, NYI.

22 Oct 2017 18:13:23
lol why would montreal do that.

10 Sep 2017 03:08:47
- Mattias Ekholm
- Calle Jarnkrok
- 3rd

- Matt Duchene

Makes Nashville good up the middle.

- Johansen -
- Duchene -
- Bonino -

Even if they wanted to invest in a cheap young center, they could always pry Sam Bennett outta Calgary for a comparable RW or a small package

10 Sep 2017 15:52:32
No way from Nashville. Have u seen Ekholm's contract! Freakin steal and a half. Plus they can't give him up since Ellis won't be back for 4-6 months.

10 Sep 2017 16:17:54
Lol no. With Ellis out now for a bit they aren't trading Ekholm. Colorado asked a month ago about ekholm and Nashville said no.

10 Sep 2017 18:00:15
Ekholm is under rated. I wouldn't do this from a Nashville side of things.

11 Sep 2017 01:51:14
I agree with all the Eckholm love. Very good, under rated player.

17 Aug 2017 17:37:05
Tor- JVR and Bracco or conditional 3rd.
Nash- fabbro.

Tor gets the d man, young with lots of potential, fits in with the rebuild and won't be playing in nashvilles top 4 for the foreseeable future ( not because of lack of skill Nashville has arguably best top 4 d core in league). Nashville gets top 6 power forward to replace James Neil, on a good contract and can help them win next season. Pick is conditional on JVR resigning. If he doesn't resign they get bracco if he does they get the 3rd.

18 Aug 2017 02:09:02
Nashville make it out like bandits.

18 Aug 2017 12:50:48
Fabbro is not ready for the NHL, no way Toronto even considers this.

18 Aug 2017 13:57:57
Getting a little old hear every Toronto trade being JVR, try someone else for a change.

17 Aug 2017 08:02:39
AVS: Jarnkrok, fabbro, 1st

NSH: Duchene, 3rd round pick

Thoughts on this? I think good for both teams

17 Aug 2017 15:14:38
Yeah what about Byron + T. Mitchell + 10$ for Johansen . yeah that's totally fair for both teams.

17 Aug 2017 16:00:39
I actually think this could be close to realistic.

Nashville gives up their best D-prospect, a young Center who plays 3C but might be an ok 2C and a late first

For a 1st line Center in Duchene.

I see these two as trading partners, however I feel value wise this benefits Preds a little. So drop the 3rd and Preds add something small.

This looks close considering the ask is a young d-man. Nice job.

@KeyHabs Montreal can't do that anymore since they moved Sergachev, so Duchene isn't your teams answe but it might be for Nashville.

18 Aug 2017 11:26:52
KeyHabs, that comment made you look really stupid.

24 Jul 2017 07:53:17
3 team trade

Pittsburgh Järnkrok
Gets 3rd line center on great contract

Nashville Duchene
Gets 2nd line center

Colorado Määtä + Daniel Sprong+ 1st rounder from Nashville
Gets young top dman + prospect and pick.

What do you think?

24 Jul 2017 09:12:24
Pittsburgh loses this so bad.

24 Jul 2017 09:17:45
How on earth does Pittsburgh pay Maatta and sprong and only get back jarnkrok? No way Pittsburgh will do this. and in fact Nashville gets Duchene for only Jarnkrok and probably a late 1st? In this trade Nashville robs Pittsburgh in my opinion.

24 Jul 2017 12:13:47
Must admit that i maybe don't know Sprongs value.
Järnkrok is underrated regarding skill and have a great contract.
Is offensivly talented and would fit great as 3rd line center.
Määtä feels expendable with letang-dumoulin and schultz-cole as top 4.

24 Jul 2017 15:33:59
Preds get a steal, pens get ripped off and avs could do worse, but could definitely do better on duchene too.

24 Jul 2017 18:18:41
If it was a slight upgrade from Nashville I think it would be not bad. Fabbro instead of the 3rd?

25 Jul 2017 01:09:15
Ebs, There was no 3rd from Nashville. They traded jarnkrok and their first (should be late) and got duchene lol. It's bad.

25 Jul 2017 01:36:06
Yeah I misread that. But Jarnkrok, Fabbro and a 1st isn't all that bad is it? Pittsburg could use a good D prospect so it might be enough to make them bite. It's not realistic but that one change makes it a lot closer IMO.

25 Jul 2017 15:00:34
Yeah. It makes it a lot closer.

26 Jul 2017 13:37:28
With the changes to this trade, as proposed by ebs, what isthe purpose of Pittsburgh being involved?
Jarnkrok Fabbro and a 1st should be a package Colorado would be interested in for Duchene.

21 Jul 2017 15:55:27
Bruins Trade :
-David Krejci
-Adam McQuaid

Nashville Trades:
-Ryan Ellis

trade 2

Bruins Trade
-Brandon Carlo
-Malcolm Subban
-Austin Czarnik

Colorado Trades
-Matt Duchene
-2017 2nd.

21 Jul 2017 16:29:16
I doubt Nashville will take on the Krejci contract to be honest. They also have their C in Bonino (also on a big-ish contract) .

As a Bruins fan, I'd hate to see trade 2. We are trying to build defense, because we have none, and the idea that they'd trade a high potential guy like Carlo for yet another center is so stupid in my opinion.

21 Jul 2017 16:30:43
The second trade is good but the first is horrible.

21 Jul 2017 16:39:33
Preds aren't going to trade any of their Top 4 Defenseman group that carried them deep into the playoffs and especially not for two old veterans. They won't even trade them for Duchene for that matter. So your first trade essentially is unbelievable.

The second trade doesn't look like it's enough for Duchene let alone AVs adding the pick. Duchene straight up is worth more then the package you offered. Not as insane as Sakic wants mind you but definitely more then what you proposed.

22 Jul 2017 04:44:32
If Preds trade a top four D it would be for a way better center than Kricji in my opinion.
And Ellis is more valuable than him anyways.

22 Jul 2017 13:42:41
COLORADO offered Duchene for Carlo straight up and Bruins declined. If anyone wants to argue this I can find a source.

14 Jul 2017 14:39:30
Duschene Trades

COL: Duschene
NYI: Barzal, Pulock, 1st Round Pick 2018 (CGY)

COL: Duschene
CLB: Murray, PLD

COL: Duschene
CAR: Pesce, Fluery, Gauthier

COL: Duschene
NSH: Fabbro, Fiala, 1st Round Pick 2018

14 Jul 2017 15:17:52
All of those are an overpayment for Duchene. He's a good player, but not worth that - at least I wouldn't pay that. Sakic has set the bar too high.

14 Jul 2017 17:05:04
Why can't anyone spell Duchene lol however I think those are all quality offers for him.

14 Jul 2017 17:05:22
But I can't see the other teams giving up that much for him.

14 Jul 2017 17:09:19
The Caroline trade is the biggest joke.

11 Jul 2017 02:17:57
I am re-posting this. I received 9 believable 19 unbelievable. Unbelievable does not indicated who needs to add or who would not accept the trade at all. Please provide as much feedback as possible. It is a small trade but championships are built on small trades:
Buffalo trades Josh Gorges (retain 50%) and 2018 2nd to Boston for Kevan Miller.
The are only 3 years difference in age 32 v 29 respectively.
Their ice time is almost identical: EvS 18:48 v 17:47 and SH 2:40 v 2:00 with Gorges getting more of each. Neither gets much PP time 1:35 and 3:14 minutes for the year respectively
Gorges cap is $3,900,000 for 1 yr, Miller is $2,500,000 for 3 yr.
Gorges does not score as much as Miller pts 6 v 13
Boston only has 2 L-D, Buffalo only has 2 R-D.

11 Jul 2017 04:46:01
Why do you need feedback so badly? It's not that bad of a trade as you can see by the response (believables, un)

This isn't a real trade, or are you the real Tim Murray?

Idk why this means so much to you to repost it twice just to get a response.

11 Jul 2017 13:57:58
Maybe this is how the Sabres really make trades?! Tim Murray goes on multiple forums and hopes fans will talk him out of mistakes lol.

11 Jul 2017 15:44:23
For my honest opinion on the trade tho, Boston likes kevan Miller enough to let the much younger Colin Miller be exposed when they could only protect one of the two. They were willing to take that age gap hit for the positives in his game but don't see them taking another 3 year age hit unless it's a much better player who happens to be older. That's just not the case with josh georges.

11 Jul 2017 17:18:22
Unbiased Jim and TB3, thank you. I want to propose trades that are equal and the only way to do that is to get the sort of feedback that you provided. From what you two are saying the trade is close but Boston would not make it. That makes perfect sense.

11 Jul 2017 17:24:27
I only wish Tim had asked about trades, he would never have traded McNaab and 2 2nds for players who are bottom 6 forwards, He would have Spooner from Boston and Pearson from LAK. I am so glad he is gone. He took a last place team with a future and made it a last place team with no future.

03 Jul 2017 02:17:26
Couple of notes.

Kruger to LV for free. Like the move from LV's perspective they get a decent 3rd liner (yes, he is overpaid) and also get a second (via TVR) .

Price gets his megadeal, 10.5 per/ 8 years. Love the deal for Montreal honestly. Without Price, this team drops like an anchor to the bottom of the sea. He's making the same money as Toews (imo, Price>>>Toews), and is only 0.5 million more expensive than Kopitar, a guy who had an awful year, and imo, doesn't deserve 10 million.

Marleau to the Leafs, 6 million per/ 3 years. Don't care about the dollar figure, until i factored in the term. I relatively couldn't care if Marleau was making 8 million / 2 years, I just wished it was 2 years. The reason for the worry over the term, Matthews and Marner. Both have two years left on their ELC's. that's why I don't understand Marleau for 3. Maybe he's making less than what JVR would have made? I don't know. But I liked the deal at first, but i do not like the term.

Kuznetsov for 7.6/ 8 years. His bird celly is goofy and all, but at the end of the day, the guy can play hockey. This deal is really good, especially considering last year was a down year for Kuzy. This basically allows the Caps to have a Russian dynamo take over once Ovie leaves. Raises a concern for the Preds however, how much is Ryan Johansen going to make? he's not going to take any less than Kuzy, and I could see him getting 8 million/ 8.

And finally, Johansson traded from the Caps to the Devs. For a second and a third. Idk how Ryan Reaves got a bigger haul than Johansson. But I think this is a terrible move by the Caps. You could have bought out Orpik, traded Niskanen, traded Eller, etc, etc. Johansson was a productive, cheap player, who just had 58 points. Steal for the Devs, Johansson will look great alongside Hall/ Hischier/ Palmieri/ Zacha/ McLeod. Hey. The Devils actually have a nice YOUNG group going into next year. Cool.

03 Jul 2017 08:39:07
how can you love the price deal?

it's crazy.
always injured.

03 Jul 2017 08:41:54
Agree that the devils did a good job bolstering their offense over the last 2 years, but the defense still looks quite bad.

03 Jul 2017 16:51:01
Agree with TB3 he'll be 38 when his contract ends and it screams Loulongo to me. Carey is currently a top 3 goalie in the NHL but he is very injury prone. He could very quickly start to Decline.

01 Jul 2017 10:41:18
Kinda had this idea in mind for my Red Wings looking to get Younger while clearing some cap space:

Detroit Trades:
One of Frans Nielson/ Henrik Zetterberg (Assuming they want a cup and willing to move on to get one)
One of Gustav Nyquist or Tomas Tatar (Nashville's choice)
Petr Mrazek

Nashville Trades:
Kevin Fiala
Dante Fabbro
1st 2018
Conditional 2019 2nd that becomes 1st if Nashville reaches cup final once in next two years.
Cap dump

Why for Detroit: Detroit clears cap space and gets young pieces for the rebuild that needs to happen.

Why for Nashville:
Nashville loads up on Offense to prep for a Stanley cup run with their already fantastic Defense. Plus they get a young goalie to help learn from Rinne and eventually take over when he is done(similar to Reimer for Luongo). Nashville takes a lot of cap but sends back bad contracts or asks for salary retention.

Is this plausible in a potential deal? May not be equal? Who adds?

01 Jul 2017 14:30:53
Nashville doesn't need Mrazek because they have Saros.

01 Jul 2017 16:52:09

Yes they have Saros but Saros wasn't fully ready especially to play Playoff hockey. Mrazek only has slightly more experience. I think because Saros isn't a sure thing, having the ability to run Rinne-Mrazek and then Mrazek-Saros in the future would be great to fill the goalie void so there is no future net concerns after the Rinne era.

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