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29 Jun 2018 18:54:57
With the Flyers definitely out of the Tavares sweepstakes and Tampa Bay being a realistic, albeit less likely possibility, Hextall could take on a toxic contract that ends in 2018 to continue to build his prospect pool:

Philadelphia: Raddysh, Coburn (cap dump), 2019 3rd
Tampa Bay: Rights to Hagg

Tampa gets cap flexibility to sign Tavares and gets a young NHL defenceman with a ceiling of a #4. Philadelphia takes an inflated contract and firms up their RW prospect pool.

***This trade is conditional on Tavares indicating to Yzerman that he wants to sign in Tampa.

AND/OR

Philadelphia: Kulikov, 2019 1st
Winnipeg: Future considerations

Eazy E

1.) 29 Jun 2018 20:11:02
That contract would be Callahan not Couburn.


2.) 29 Jun 2018 20:24:18
Kulikov and a 1st for what futures? The Jets would want an idea of what this package would get them.


3.) 29 Jun 2018 21:45:41
Kulikovs contract isn't that bad (if he can stop getting injured) especially with enstrom gone.


 

 

29 Jun 2018 18:54:39
Philadelphia: 2019 1st (VGK), 2020 2nd (DAL), 2019 3rd (WPG), conditional 2020 2nd (PIT)*
Vegas: Simmonds ($3.975MM until 2019)

*only if Simmonds re-signs with Vegas

Vegas gets a for a consistent goal-scorer and locker room leader with the long term cap space in a tax free environment to give Simmonds the deal he deserves. Philadelphia gets draft picks and allows them to re-sign their upcoming RFAs (Konecny, Provorov, Sanheim etc). This would be similar to the Tatar trade before the deadline.

Eazy E

1.) 29 Jun 2018 19:28:52
Pretty good, just Vegas trades their first this year which was fine because they finished so well. They’re going to lose a cpl players this year and that performance would be near impossible to repeat anyway. Add to that that their system has 3 good first rounders from last year in it, but isn’t stocked yet like other teams having 4-5 years of firsts playing or close to it. Could be dangerous trading 2 of your first 3 years of 1st rounders as a brand new franchise.


 

 

11 Jun 2018 11:32:35
Washington will be hard pressed to re-sign key members of their Cup winning team and are obviously in win-now mode. Philadelphia, providing that they don't make any big moves in free agency, have cap space for 2018-2019 only. With Morin out until February, a veteran presence on an expiring contract is ideal.

Washington: Vecchione ($900k RFA in 2019)
Philadelphia: Orpik ($5.5MM until 2019)(cap dump), Lucas Johansen (1/28 in 2016), 2018 3rd

This allows Washington to re-sign Carlson (and Kempny etc) without costing them a roster player. Philadelphia takes Orpik for one year, gets a good defensive prospect, and replenishes its 2018 3rd (Mrazek trade).

Eazy E

1.) 11 Jun 2018 17:45:14
Wtf great deal for caps.


 

 

11 Jun 2018 11:26:08
Washington will be hard pressed to re-sign key members of their Cup winning team and are obviously in win-now mode. Philadelphia, providing that they don't make any big moves in free agency, have cap space for 2018-2019 only. With Morin out until February, a veteran presence on an expiring contract is ideal.

Washington: Vecchione ($900k RFA in 2019)
Philadelphia: Orpik ($5.5MM until 2019)(cap dump), Lucas Johansen (1/28 in 2016), 2018 3rd

This allows Washington to re-sign Carlson (and Kempny etc) without costing them a roster player. Philadelphia takes Orpik for one year, gets a good defensive prospect, and replenishes its 2018 3rd (Mrazek trade).

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09 May 2018 18:31:28
***If Minnesota wants to clear cap space for moves and Philadelphia can take a bad contract for next year if they don't make a splash in free agency:

Minnesota: 2018 PHI 2nd (50th overall)
Philadelphia: Tyler Ennis ($4.6MM until 2019), 2018 MIN 1st (24th overall)

I haven't read too much about what the new regime has in mind for Minnesota's strategy. I can't see them tearing it down as they have some good (not great) young pieces. I also don't think they'll make big free agent moves, but if they need cap space I hope the value is right.

Eazy E

1.) 09 May 2018 20:47:06
That’s to much to Dump 1 year of ennis especially considering they don’t need cap space. Want Parise? Lol.


2.) 09 May 2018 23:42:28
Not worth to trade up 26 spots espevially not out of the firdt rd to get rid of 1 year of an acutall decebt player. he's worth 2 million so ya he overapaid but for the one year they keep him.


 

 

 

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09 Jun 2018 12:16:24
Washington will be hard pressed to re-sign key members of their Cup winning team and are obviously in win-now mode. Philadelphia, providing that they don't make any big moves in free agency, have cap space for 2018-2019 only. With Morin out until February, a veteran presence on an expiring contract is ideal.

Washington: Vecchione ($900k RFA in 2019)
Philadelphia: Orpik ($5.5MM until 2019)(cap dump), Lucas Johansen (1/28 in 2016), 2018 3rd

This allows Washington to re-sign Carlson (and Kempny etc) without costing them a roster player. Philadelphia takes Orpik for one year, gets a good defensive prospect, and replenishes its 2018 3rd (Mrazek trade).

Eazy E

1.) 09 Jun 2018 21:52:23
I think Washington would love that. Losing Carlson would be a big blow to an already relatively weak D core. Losing Orpik would give them some space to add another quality D.


2.) 10 Jun 2018 03:09:06
I’d think Phillly would rather want Washingtons 1st from this year or a forward prospect no? Simply because Philly is so deep on d.


 

 

21 May 2018 00:24:05
From Mark Easson on My nhl trade rumors and Joe Haggarty on NBC, the Bruins want secondary scoring and to get larger on LHD:

BOS: Wayne Simmonds ($3.975MM until 2019) %50 retained, Morin (NHL ready defenceman that would've been at the NHL level but for Sanheim and injury, 6'6", 227 lbs)
PHI: Zboril, Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson, 2018 FLA 3rd

Easson mentioned Simmonds specifically and would be great on the Bruins 2nd PP. Sam Morin is only 3 inches and 25 lbs lighter than Chara. Both PHI players fill BOS needs.

Eazy E

1.) 21 May 2018 12:55:12
Zboril and Karlson and the third isn't getting you Simonds alone so your not getting Morin on top of that. I actually value more Morin then Zboril because although Morin is taking time to develop he is developing and improving every year and if he plays full time in the nhl next season, people will be surprise by what he does on the ice. he's the next Cris Pronger.


2.) 21 May 2018 13:46:57
“ Morin is the next Chris Pronger “ that is just a silly stament I’m willing to bet anything that Morin dosent even touch a Norris trophy let alone a Heart Trophy. Connor Carick is the next Paul Coffey.


3.) 21 May 2018 23:49:31
Morin will not be a norris trophy winner but a shutdown defence carrick would be lucky to be in the league in a couple of years flyers d in two years ghost provorov sandheim myers morin hagg solid 1/ 6 and hart in net no need for d unless its carlson 8m / 7y gudas would then need to be dealt.


4.) 22 May 2018 03:13:34
Chris Pronger is one of the best dman of all time. Morin won’t be half the player.


5.) 23 May 2018 12:48:03
Ok VB watch and see.


 

 

24 Apr 2018 15:04:58
Arizona has many top young prospects but needs on-ice results next season. A top pick in this year's draft will likely not help; they need to shift talent from the future to the present. They also have lots of cap space.

Philadelphia's core cannot win as it's currently constructed with another first round playoff exit and a shakeup, not a retool or rebuild is needed. Although the pipeline has lots of prospects, the Flyers need to replace their core.

Philadelphia: Fischer and Strome OR 2018 1st (Dahlin protected) and 2018 CGY 3rd
Arizona: Voracek, Morin

Strome has struggled and can use a change of scenery. It's 2018 and he's still not an NHL regular. Voracek would replace Fischer and double the points production from that position. If Arizona wants to go big in free agency, Philadelphia can take Bolland's contract.

Voracek ($8.25MM for 6 years) scored 85 points last year, tied for 13th in the league with Marchand and Barzal, 1 point ahead of Tavares, 1 behind Stamkos, and 2 behind Ovechkin. He doesn't have the value that those players have but he's not some pointless plug. There's no room for Morin on Philadelphia's blueline but there is on Arizona's. He's not waiver exempt next year so he will be on an NHL roster.

Let me repeat, Arizona needs to start winning hockey games and become relevant to their fans. Years of top picks have failed to do that. They have done this type of trade before (Stepan and Raanta for a 1st and DeAngelo) and need points this year, not next or over the course of a career.

Eazy E

1.) 25 Apr 2018 03:23:18
I don’t think they’re a Vorchek away from competing. That being said I think they’d consider Strome and Fischer for Vorchek.


2.) 25 Apr 2018 10:12:17
To make this contract apelling they wpuld have to retain. Arizona will start to hit the bar if they keep taking bad and huge contract. Sorry but even after a good season Jakub Voracek is overlaid because he is not a consitent ppg player and not even a consitent 70+ point player. At 6 million he could get you Strome and Fischer. At 8,5 million he get you Strome and that's it.


 

 

21 Feb 2018 02:52:59
Arizona needs veteran scoring and has tons of cap space. They've added Stepan and Raanta to bolster the kids but more is needed. Philadelphia is pretty good capwise but have major contracts coming due (Provorov and Simmonds in 2019). If Lindblom, Allison, and Frost can be NHLers next year or by 2019, the Flyers will have cap issues.

2018 Offseason

Arizona: Voracek (6 years at $8.25MM) 13 G/55 A/68 P in 60 GP
Philadelphia: Fischer, Merkeley or Steenbergen, 2019 2nd

Voracek drives possession well is tied for 6th in NHL scoring this year, including 1st in assists. He has more points than Ovechkin, Crosby, and Tavares (not saying he's better or more valuable than them, I'm just illustrating a fact) this year. This gives Arizona a legitimate, well-developed 1st line winger.

This allows the Flyers to resign their key free agents and helps with their retool in getting faster and younger while retaining veteran leadership (Simmonds, Giroux, Couturier).

Eazy E

1.) 21 Feb 2018 15:22:30
No from Arizona Voracek is overpaid and worth a second at most.


2.) 21 Feb 2018 15:59:17
Vorocheck is in the top ten in scoring. How is he only worth a 2nd and is overpaid? Lmao. Easy on the hate man.


3.) 21 Feb 2018 16:45:05
I think his contract will hurt in a cpl years, but the player is legit right now. Worth a lot, but to the right team. I think arizona hasn’t shown that they’re getting any better over the last cpl seasons and if they still don’t get better for another 2-3 years (which is very possible with their history) then they have wasted the best years of Voracek and are paying him an inflated salary for lower production when they are a better team and their young core is entering their prime.


 

 

 

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22 Jul 2018 14:32:21
Why do people on here think that Pacioretty is some type of superstar?

Pacioretty: 2017-2018 17G 20A 37P -16, $4.5MM UFA 2019, age 29
Simmonds: 2017-2018 24G 22A 46P -16, $3.975MM UFA 2019, age 29

Both have a great history of scoring goals but Simmonds is great in the locker room, heart and soul kinda guy (beloved in Philly), will want a raise but not have a chip on his shoulder like Patches, had a better last season, and is cheaper on this contract and probably the next one too.

Keep your baby, Habs fans.

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21 Jul 2018 21:30:54
Pacioretty: 2017-2018 17G 20A 37P -16, $4.5MM UFA 2019, age 29
Silfverberg: 2017-2018 18G 27A 45P E, $3.75MM UFA 2019, age 27

Why would Anaheim even add to a straight swap?

Pacioretty has onerous contract demands ($8MM x 8 years) . He has a chip on his shoulder for signing a team friendly contract with Montreal and wants his next contract to pay back some of the value he gave away on his last one. I wouldn't touch that baby with a 10 foot pole or at best view him as a rental.

PS If you tell me to look back at his previous years, fine. I see his stats. But players are paid for future performance, not past performance, and Pacioretty's terrible season last year killed his trade value. If you're still unconvinced, you can have Seabrook.

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29 Jun 2018 18:54:28
Pretty good trade, except Callahan would have to waive to go to that high-tax dumpster fire.

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29 Jun 2018 18:53:52
I don't think it's too far off and makes sense for both teams. The only issue is getting Callahan to waive his NTC to go to that high-tax dumpster fire.

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28 May 2018 11:20:35
Habs add for sure.

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