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15 Jun 2018 00:11:20
Unlikely Scenario, but considering EK most likely wants out of OTT. what if.

Erik Karlsson to the Los Angeles Kings in exchange for Drew Doughty.

Maybe picks and prospects added in; maybe Rieder, Ladue + 2nd goes to Ottawa while Dzingel + Harpur go to LA. or something like that? I'd assume EK has more value than Doughty tho.

This is simply because finding a suitable trading partner for EK is hard. And finding a suitable trade for EK is also hard; if Ottawa is getting 'pieces' back, and not a 'star', they're losing the trade, plain and simple.

As for this, its simply that EK wants out of Ottawa, and Ottawa needs a completely fresh look, and Doughty could help with that,

For LA, after a couple years of failure, I would have to think they need a shakeup: losing to the Sharks, expansion Knights and not making the playoffs does such. Trading away their best player for an equal talent shakes the dynamic of the team, and may help to make LA a more offensive team, compared to the defensive style they played w Doughty.

And both players have 1 year term left, so that balances too.

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1.) 15 Jun 2018 06:38:04
I’m not sure If Doughty has any say in if he gets traded or not but there is 0% chance he will welcome a trade going to Ottawa. However if he doesn’t have any NMC well then sucks for him because i'm sure Kings take a good look if they can get EK.


2.) 15 Jun 2018 11:26:20
Even just doughty and a 2nd rounder for karlsson and a 4th rounder i could live with.

Mcjesus why wouldn't doughty want to come home to Canada? Pretty dumb comment.


3.) 15 Jun 2018 14:36:39
Because Ottawa is the worst Franchise in the nhl and belongs in the KHL.


4.) 15 Jun 2018 16:16:35
Why would Doughty not want to come to Ottawa? Are you that obtuse man?

The Senators are a raging dumpster fire at the moment. The owner is a cheapskate and consistently mettles in the operations to the detriment of the team. There are MULTIPLE scandals surrounding the team that are not going away anytime soon. The team is going to be hot garbgae next year and as it currently stands, will not have their own first round pick. They are the league's doormat.

Is Ottawa a nice place to live? Sure. Would any player looking for a chance to win in the near future want to play there? No. They are a joke.


5.) 15 Jun 2018 16:59:35
If MELNICK was as cheap Ryan wouldn't be making 7.25 right now and alfie and Heatley spezza wouldn't have gotten the contracts they did. that's just hear say. he's just a spoiled rich guy who acts like a fool and hired the wrong replacement for murray. Hoffman will likely be traded. Randy Lee if found guilty will be fired. drama gone.

They are far from worst team in league carolina has those rights atm.


6.) 15 Jun 2018 17:43:50
Lol um I’m not even going to answer why Doughty wouldn’t wanna play for Ottawa lol.


7.) 17 Jun 2018 15:14:05
He never said he wouodnt wanna come to Canada. He precised Ottawa. And i don't blame him I live in Ottawa and want out lol.


8.) 17 Jun 2018 22:53:07
When exactly did this happen colt66?

Because you don't have an answer mcbs.


 

 

15 Jun 2018 00:05:28
Jared McCann + Alex Petrovic to the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for Calle Rosen + Adam Brooks + 2019 2nd Round Draft Pick + 2018 3rd Round Draft Pick.

Florida has a lot of centres (Trocheck, Barkov, Bjugstad, etc. ) and a surplus of defencemen as well, and can afford to ship off both McCann and Petrovic; Petrovic of which is probably worth no more than a 3rd, and McCann worth a 2nd. They get a 2nd for McCann, and also pick up a 3rd, plus some 'meh' prospects for Petrovic, and these assets can be flipped for a scoring winger as needed. Toronto gets their new 3C, who Dubas knows well, and a stable RHD.

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11 Jun 2018 11:34:38
Travis Hamonic (RD - 3.8 Million x 3 Years) + Sam Bennett (C - 1.8 Million x 1 Year) + Rasmus Andersson (RD - 755K x 2 Years) + 2018 3rd Round Draft Selection to the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for Kasperi Kapanen (RW - 925K X 1 Year) + Jake Gardiner (LD - 4.05 Million x 1 Year) + 2018 1st Round Draft Selection (#25 Overall)

Calgary then flips Gardiner.

Jake Gardiner (LD - 4.05 Million x 1 Year; Extension - 5.0 Million x 5 Years) + Curtis Lazar (C - 950K x 1 Year) to the New York Rangers in exchange for Vladislav Namestnikov (C - RFA; Extension - 3.75 Million x 3 Years) + Jimmy Vesey (RW - RFA; Extension - 2.5 Million x 3 Years) + 2018 3rd Round Draft Selection.

Basically.
Hamonic + Bennett + Andersson + Lazar + 3rd for Kapanen + Namestnikov + Vesey + 1st + 3rd

Calgary acquires three NHL ready RW’s, a position that they need to shore up drastically this year. They trade from a position of wealth (D; Giordano, Hamilton, Brodie, Kylington, Valimaki, Kulak. ) to shore up. The Hamonic experiment was less than a success in Calgary, and he might be the easiest pf Calgarys big four dmen to trade, apart from Brodie, who’d garner a lesser return. In addition to Hamonic, they deal away Bennett who needs a new scenery ASAP, Andersson, who is basically a 1for1 for Kapanen, where both teams upgrade positions of need, Lazar, who is right now a nothing, and a 3rd, which they make back from NY. They also relinquish their need for a 1st, and can draft a player in the first round as accordingly.
And btw, Calgary needs to make something happen this summer. Last season was a letdown and change is needed. One complication is the fact that Hamonic probably won’t be traded ASAP, however, it is possible.

Toronto acquires two RD, one of which is a shutdown man who can play with Rielly, despite coming off a down year, and the other is young and can compliment Dermott rather well. They trade away their second best dman, but upgrade due to the fact that they don’t need four offensive minded dman on the current roster, and deal away a LD, wherein Dermott and Rielly can eat up more minutes. They also trade away Kapanen, but with Brown, Nylander, Marner, etc on the wing, Kapanen is excess. It would be nice to trade Brown instead of Kapanen, but I think Kapanen will be the thing that makes the deal happen. Toronto also gets a 3C for next season, one with high potential that was simply never realized. can become a 30-35 point guy as a hometown kid.

NY acquires a dman that they badly need in exchange for two players who struggled last year, but both of which are solid middle 6/ top 6 wingers. Vladdy could be a star alongside Gaudreau/ Monahan, as he was with Stamkos/ Kucherov, he just struggled immensely in NY due to a lack of talent. Vesey is a 30-35 point utility guy, who could be useful in CGY, NY gets their dman, a guy from the USA who probably would love to play in MSG. he's a high risk high reward guy, but could prove valuable on an NY team with no firepower on the backend.

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1.) 11 Jun 2018 14:41:33
That is way too much to read, but quickly looking it over, NYR told their fans when they traded Nash, McDonough and miller that they’re going to rebuild and get younger. Now you have them taking on a Dman in Gardiner in his late 20s and losing skilled young forwards. After that I kinda stopped reading. Also a top 4 RHD like Hamonic could help the leafs, but losing a LHD from our top 4 just switches the problem for L to R without really improving. And I’m as hopeful for dermott as anyone, but he’s played a handful of NHL games and I’ve watched him all playoffs long for the marlies (5 games live) and he has looked like the best player on either team sometimes, and looked very average (like a 21 year old D should) at others times. The fact that fans are just assuming he’s going to easily replace Jake gardiners 25 min and 50 pts is insane.


2.) 11 Jun 2018 22:35:05
Good points Jim. Dermott has shown a lot of promise and potential but he's no sure thing yet. Lots of d-men look good in their first stint and then fail to really pan out (a la Luke Schenn) .


3.) 12 Jun 2018 06:45:13
Rangers won’t trade Vesey.


 

 

03 Jun 2018 03:31:12
Jake Gardiner (D - 4.2 Million x 1 Year; Extension - 5.25 Million x 4 Years) + Jeremy Bracco (RW -ELC) + 2018 1st Round Draft Selection (#25) to the Edmonton Oilers in exchange for Matt Benning (D - RFA; Extension - 2.4 Million x 4 Years) + 2018 1st Round Draft Selection (#10).

- Edmonton upgrades bigtime on defence, and gets their true offensive dman, who, if played on the top PP unit, could be a perennial 50-60 point man as McDavid’s point man. He may be suspect defensively, but that's because he doesn’t have support on defence; Edmonton has Darnell Nurse that can compliment Gardiner’s ‘wild’ style well.
- Toronto downgrades in general in defence, but gets a dman of need: a more defensively sound dman. They upgrade in terms of picks, and thus, that pick can be traded for more defensive assets for the ‘now’.

2018 1st Round Draft Selection (#10 - From Edmonton) + Calvin Pickard (G - 1.0 Million x 1 Year) to the Los Angeles Kings in exchange for Jake Muzzin (D - 4.0 Million x 2 Years) .

- Los Angeles, despite being involved in Phil Kessel trade rumors, should really be looking at a solid rebuild, and should be trading some of their veterans in order to acquire higher picks. They also acquire a decently young backup goalie who could probably fetch decent value at the 2019 trade deadline.
- Toronto acquires their true top pairing shutdown dman. Muzzins older than most of Toronto’s team, but he provides excellent shutdown prowess, and a solid veteran presence. Muzzin is not necessarily a household name, but he's a solid, veteran dman who would improve Toronto vastly.

(Basically, Gardiner + Bracco + Pickard + #25 for Muzzin + Benning; imo, that's not too far off, Gardiner [w. extension] + #25 gets Muzzin, Bracco and Pickard gets Benning)

Free Agency:
Austin Czarnik - 1.5 Million x 3 Years
Michael Kempny - 2.2 Million x 2 Years
Patrick Maroon - 3.0 Million x 1 Year

Resigning:
William Nylander - 6.0 Million x 7 Years
Andreas Johnsson - 2.25 Million x 4 Years

Lineup:
Zach Hyman - Auston Matthews - William Nylander
Patrick Marleau - Nazem Kadri - Mitchell Marner
Andreas Johnsson - Austin Czarnik - Kasperi Kapanen
Patrick Maroon - Par Lindholm - Connor Brown

Jake Muzzin - Nikita Zaitsev
Morgan Rielly - Matt Benning
Ron Hainsey/ Michael Kempny - Travis Dermott

Frederik Andersen
Garrett Sparks.

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1.) 03 Jun 2018 12:35:00
Edm doesn't need another LEFT handed D man. Come on people. Nurse. Klefbom. Russell. Sekera. Now Gardiner? And Matt Benning isn't good enough for your second pairing.
Oilers aren't giving you 10th overall for leftie Gardiner. Sorry.


2.) 03 Jun 2018 12:36:19
I would just rather trade it for Muzzin than Gardiner. Lol.


3.) 03 Jun 2018 13:09:34
@Yup
I see where your coming from, but a lot of articles that I’ve read, at least for Toronto, aaid that although a #1 RHD is a priority, a #1 d in general is a priority, albeit RHD or LHD. because you can try and play people off-hand. Should be the same with Edmonton, a 1 offensive dman should be their number 1 priority, because a #1 RHD offensive dman limits the amount of players, and often, you’d find RHD worth more simply because of this. I’m pretty sure you can get players to play offhand and it won't be too bad tbh, but idk.

But Gardiner and 25 for 10 isn't that bad, is it?


4.) 03 Jun 2018 13:37:03
I’d rather keep the 10th overall rather then trade it for Muzzin. Also I agree with yup on this one Edmonton is pretty stacked with LHD although he’d instantly become their top pp dman. Gardiner would be on the Bottom pairing with sheltered offensive zone starts.


 

 

31 May 2018 23:44:15
Straight-Up Hockey Trade:

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (6.0 Million x 3 Years) to the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for Jeff Skinner (5.725 Million x 1 Year; Extension - 6.25 Million x 5 Years)

Carolina gets their #1 centreman, who may flourish alongside two true scoring wingers in Sebastian Aho and Teuvo Teravainen. He's not blocked by McDavud and Drais at his natural position.

Edmonton gets their #1 wingman, who will flourish alongside McDavid, and could easily become a 40+ goal scorer.

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1.) 01 Jun 2018 02:54:27
So I’m aware you’ve probs seen this trade posted many times. However, no from Edmonton. Mcdavid and Nuge looked great at the end of the season and were the top duo team canada had at the worlds. Nuge is playing great on the wing and he’s starting to be more offensive and shooting more. Exactly what he needs to do. Also, keeping him gives Edmonton a great option for center if an injury occurs. Not to mention how he’s improved his 2 way game. No from oil.


2.) 02 Jun 2018 11:39:37
Keep Nuge with McDavid.
Trade for skinner another way, To play with Draisitl.


 

 

 

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15 Jun 2018 00:00:37
Wild Card / Unlikely Trade:

Milan Lucic + Jesse Puljujarvi + 2018 4th Round Draft Pick to the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for Brandon Saad + 2019 2nd Round Draft Pick.

- Both players (Lucic and Saad) had terrible seasons last year, and should be in need of fresh scenery, as clearly the homecoming for Saad was a disaster. Although they have identical cap hits, Saad has less term and is much more likely to bounce back, especially playing alongside McDavid. Thus, Pulj is added from EDM's side, while a 2nd is added from Chicagos. Pulj is worth well more than a 2nd, however, this swap makes up for the discrepancy in the Saad/ Lucic swap.

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1.) 15 Jun 2018 23:29:34
If Saad is a 55 point guy and Lucic a 45 point guy then Puljujarvi and the 2nd should offset the two. I’d hate the lose Puljujarvi this early because of his potential and it was just make the organization look bad but I’d do this trade.


 

 

06 Jun 2018 01:27:33
2018 NHL Mock Draft
1. Buffalo: Rasmus Dahlin
2. Carolina: Andrei Svechnikov
3. Montreal: Filip Zadina
4. Minnesota*: Brady Tkachuk
5. Arizona: Adam Boqvist
6. Detroit: Quinton Hughes
7. NY Rangers**: Oliver Wahlstrom
8. Chicago: Evan Bouchard
9. Vancouver**: Noah Dobson
10. NY Rangers***: Ty Smith
11. NY Islanders: Jesperi Kotkaniemi
12. Montreal****: Joe Veleno
13. Dallas: Barrett Hayton
14. Philadelphia: Vitaly Kravtsov
15. Detroit*****: Bode Wilde

Probably Unrealistic Trades, but whatever:
Nino Niederreiter (5.250 Million x 5 Years) + Jonas Brodin (4.16 Million x 3 Years) + Selection #24 to the Ottawa Senators in exchange for Max McCormick (0.65 Million x 1 Year) + Selection #4.
- Change was promised in Minnesota. They blow up their team in an attempt to try and rebuild. Highly unlikely that this happens, but it could… Minnesota could be a darkhorse rebuilder/ retooler at this draft.
- Ottawa cannot be bad again next year. They acquire two good players, each of which can fit into a top6/ top4 role in their respective position. Sure, Brady Tkachuk may be more appealing, but taking him won’t make Ottawa better for the short term, something they need if they want to avoid letting Colorado get a top10 pick. Even Dorion said that he wanted the team to compete next year.
Selection #7 to the New York Rangers in exchange for Selection #9 + Anthony Deangelo + 2019 3rd Round Pick.
- New York wants a forward with this pick. Wahlstrom is a premier prospect, who could become a first liner on most teams. However, he’d likely never fall to them at #9 with Chicago also needing a forward. So, they overpay a bit to get the player that they want.
- Vancouver should want a dman, and will get either Bouchard or Dobson with 9, so they can afford to move down, and gain some free assets for selecting the player of the position they want.
Selection #10 + Matt Benning (RFA) to the New York Rangers in exchange for Chris Kreider (4.625 x 2 Years) + Selection #26 + Vinni Letteri (RFA)
- New York again moves up in the draft, but trades away one of their better ‘core’ pieces. However, with the influx of young talent, New York would prefer to get even younger, and acquire a dman like Ty Smith with #10.
- Edmonton gets their #1 RW to play alongside McDavid; he can keep up with McDavid too. They move down 16 spots, but pick up a player in the position which they need… possibly can then trade Pulj for a offensive dman as well.
Selection #12 + Shane Prince (RFA) + 2019 3rd Round Pick to the Montreal Canadians in exchange for Max Pacioretty (4.5 Milion x 1 Year) + Charlie Lindgren (ELC) + Jordie Benn (1.1 Million x 2 Years) .
- Montreal acquires a pick which they can acquire a centre with, and Veleno can maybe develop into the true #1 pivot they desire.
- New York gets the wingman to try and convince Tavares to stay, and also pick up a goalie of the possible future… whos better than either Halak or Greiss.
Selection #15 + Alex Petrovic to the Detroit Red Wings in exchange for Gustav Nyquist + Selection #30/ #31 + 2019 3rd Round Pick + 2020 4th Round Pick.
- Detroit gets two dmen in this draft; Hughes and Wilde, two styles of play completely different that could compliment one another. Detroit’s d-core is terrible, and a rush of new d prospects is needed. Petrovic is rumored to be on the block, and could be had for cheap considering his poor season, and he could play top minutes in Detroit.
- Florida gets a solid W who can play in the top 6, and add depth to the team, one that was normally simply relying on Dadonov/ Barkov/ Huberdeau. They also reacquire a first round pick, albeit moving down, and can possibly pick up a forward with that pick as needed.

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1.) 06 Jun 2018 20:57:38
That’s too much for the Kriender>10th overall imo atleast from the Rangers POV.


2.) 07 Jun 2018 01:35:06
I agree with the Minnesota trade.


3.) 07 Jun 2018 07:18:09
I’ve wanted Kreider on the Oilers for years now but I’ve always highly doubted it would ever happen. And still do.


4.) 09 Jun 2018 12:07:01
Joe Veleno is projected as a second line center at most so he's not becoming a first line center lol.


 

 

17 May 2018 22:02:34
Carolina wants to 'blow it up'. Well, heres a very unrealistic idea:

Jeff Skinner (LW; 5.725 Million x 1 Year; Contract Extension; 6.25 Million x 5 Years) + Trevor van Riemsdyk (D; RFA; Contract Extension; 2.00 Million x 2 Years) + Aleksi Saarela (0.75 Million x 2 Years) to the San Jose Sharks in exchange for Logan Couture (C; 6.00 Million x 1 Year; Contract Extension; 6.75 Million x 5 Years) + Joonas Donskoi (RW; 1.90 Million x 1 Year) .

Pretty much a swap of a centre for a left-wing, with additional parts being apart of the deal in order to compensate for value. I'd say that Couture has more value than Skinner based on his past year, his position, and Carolina's need for a centre, and that's why Saarela and TVR may seem like an overpayment for Donskoi. I think this trade helps both teams, as San Jose is stacked down the middle (Joe Thornton - albeit, he may retire soon; Joe Pavelski is a dual C/ W, Tomas Hertl, Melker Karlsson and Chris Tierney, and they could use wingers more than such. Carolina desperately needs centres, and thus, trade away their best offensive player for a #1 C.

Carolina Lineup:

Sebastian Aho - Logan Couture - Teuvo Teravainen
Phil Di Giuseppe - Jordan Staal - Justin Willliams
Elias Lindholm - Victor Rask - Joonas Donskoi
Joakim Nordstrom - Nicolas Roy - Valentin Zykov

Justin Faulk - Noah Hanifin
Brett Pesce - Jaccob Slavin
Roland McKewon - Haydn Fleury

San Jose Lineup (assuming they manage to resign Kane/ Thornton)

Jeff Skinner - Joe Pavelski - Mikkel Boedker
Evander Kane - Joe Thornton - Kevin Labanc
Timo Meier - Tomas Hertl - Jannik Hansen
Marcus Sorensen - Chris Tierney - Melker Karlsson

Joakim Ryan - Brent Burns
Marc-Edouard Vlasic - Justin Braun
Trevor van Riemsdyk - Brendan Dillon.

TopShelfSlappers

1.) 18 May 2018 00:42:42
I'd bet Pavelski and Couture are the untouchables for San Jose forwards. Especially with old balls - crippled - 1 year deal at a time Thornton. Lol.


2.) 18 May 2018 17:04:27
Such a lack of respect for one of the best long lasting centers of this generation.


3.) 18 May 2018 17:55:10
Where was the disrespect?
I'm saying from a hockey standpoint, why trade away one of your younger better forwards and have an older guy who's had surgeries on both legs the last two seasons step into number 2 role, He's not that guy anymore.
I actually highly respect him, But thinking as a GM, I would never trade Couture away and expect Thornton to take that role. That's just so bad. Even tho he's a massive important part to the team. You took my comment the wrong way I guess.


4.) 18 May 2018 18:02:36
I never disrespected him. He is actually old. He is actually injured a lot. And he is actually signing one year deals.


 

 

17 May 2018 21:40:32
Minor-ish Trade:

Valeri Nichushkin (RW - Rights) to the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for Calvin Pickard (G - RFA) + 2019 3rd Round Draft Selection.

- Nichushkin has played the past two years in the KHL with results of appx. 0.5 PPG. He was the former 10th Overall Pick in 2013, but underwent major struggles, and currently performed to average standard in the KHL. Considering Kari Lehtonen to be gone as an Unrestricted Free Agent, Dallas could use a suitable, cheap backup goalie, I was debating either Sparks or Pickard, but I feel Dallas would lean towards Pickard due to his experience. He could shoulder some of Ben Bishop's load as a goalie. As for Nichushkin in Toronto, he could take JVR's role as the LW on the 2/ 3 line, and could be a 30-40 point man, if he plays with good linemates. And, since he's 6'4, he may be able to take JVR's role on the PP. It's a gamble for Toronto, and a safe play for Dallas imo.

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31 Mar 2018 17:46:37
Playoff Predictions?

Here are mine:

Tampa Bay vs. New Jersey -> Tampa in 6 games.
Boston vs. Toronto -> Toronto in 7 games.
Washington vs. Columbus -> Columbus in 7 games.
Philadelphia vs. Pittsburgh -> Pittsburgh in 6 games.

Nashville vs. Colorado -> Nashville in 5 games.
Winnipeg vs. Minnesota -> Winnipeg in 5 games.
Vegas vs. St. Louis -> Vegas in 7 games.
San Jose vs. Anaheim -> San Jose in 6 games.

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Tampa Bay vs. Toronto -> Tampa Bay in 6 games.
Columbus vs. Pittsburgh -> Columbus in 7 games.

Winnipeg vs. Nashville -> Winnipeg in 7 games.
San Jose vs. Vegas -> San Jose in 6 games.

Tampa Bay vs. Columbus -> Tampa in 5 games.
Winnipeg vs. San Jose -> Winnipeg in 6 games.

Tampa Bay vs. Winnipeg -> Tampa Bay in 6 games.

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1.) 01 Apr 2018 09:00:08
#1 Boston will play NJ (or whoever gets 2nd WC)
#2 No way on earth TOR beats BOS in any series
#3 Right now, no way TB wins the cup, last two months have been pretty bad and PK is atrocious, won't get them far in the PO.


2.) 01 Apr 2018 12:08:13
@triplets Toronto has won like 7 out of there past 8 meetings or something like that so i wouldn't be so sure that Toronto wouldn't be able to beat Boston in a playoff series.


3.) 01 Apr 2018 14:32:28
@TT

I agree that Boston could win the division, and is looking more the case as the season winds down.

I disagree with you saying Toronto could never beat Boston, Toronto is one of the few teams that Boston struggles with because of our utter speed and youth. A battered Boston team (w/ o Carlo, etc. ) could be at the taking for Toronto.

And as for Tampa, I think they turn it around come playoff time, and I think they get their heads straight and figure out most of their issues.


4.) 02 Apr 2018 00:07:22
It’s all a guess and a lot can change on any team with hot streaks/ cold streaks and injuries. But to say there’s no way on earth Toronto could ever beat Boston is dumb. I’m not saying it’s easy, but they definitely have as good of chance as anyone else.

And yes @Charles, bruins are 1-7-0 against leafs in last 2 seasons.


5.) 02 Apr 2018 08:09:56
Lol idk why you guys take this so literally. All I was trying to say was I'd def choose BOS in a series between BOS and TOR. It's the NHL playoffs, no team is without a chance in any series, the NHL is way too even. But I think BOS would be the heavy favorite and also think their style of play fits the playoffs much better.


6.) 02 Apr 2018 17:17:11
leafs vs tampa and it goes 7, i take the leafs because i'm a fan and vasy looks tired. like triplets said pk is terrible.

triplets you are corrupt.


7.) 03 Apr 2018 08:44:54
gotta agree with that, right now I'd prolly say TOR in 5 or 6.


 

 

 

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20 Jun 2018 11:28:53
Yeahhhhhhhh Torornot doesnt.

We spent a lot of time building up this foundation. We aren't trading Nylander for ‘pieces’ were trading him for ‘one solid piece’: (dman; hamilton, hanifin, etc), whild adding a bit.

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20 Jun 2018 02:43:07
EVEN tho Habs want to draft Kotkaniemi, there will prob be a bidding war for 3, and its going to cost more than a #5 dman.

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19 Jun 2018 22:58:13
Lol no from Toronto. Brodie and some throw aways for Nylander AND Hyman? Get real lol.

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17 Jun 2018 22:21:47
Zadina>Little next year, lmao.

Zadina's NHL ready. Zadina will be better than Little next yera. Zadina has 60-70 point capabilities. Little doesn't.

Boom. there's your explanation.

And don't tell me 'he isn't proven'. Laine, Matthews, Eichel, McDavid, Ekblad, all of them high picks flourished. Zadina could go #2 or #3, and he and Svech are basically identical talents, with different skillsets, but both are excellent talented players.

Both are better than Little. And will be next year. End of story.

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17 Jun 2018 20:32:11
Memarcus your crazy man. what's fair value for Little? Kessel? Or like Marner? Lmao. Little isn’t getting traded because he is a 2C on a contending team, but his value is a low first. Not a high first, lmao. Little is basically Tyler Bozak with term. so, I woukdnt say his value is exceptionally high, lol.

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