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21 May 2019 01:02:52
WPG: Trouba, 3rd Round Pick 2020
NYI: Dobson, 23rd Overall 2019

21 May 2019 04:19:47
That could be a base to build around.

21 May 2019 15:03:17
The Jets would want a roster player in return for Trouba as they don't want just a prospect and draft choice for a proven first pairing RHS d-man.

21 May 2019 17:45:14
Islandjet. There is a difference between what they want and what they'll get. Since everyone knows the jets are losing him after next season. So I think this is fair value but yes, they would want a guy that can step in but haven't heard but maybe Dobson could next year plus the first I think could be a good deal.

21 May 2019 20:11:11
Shootsmcgee I do agree that every team knows that the Jets are possibly going to trade Trouba at the draft but there are at least 6 teams that desperately want him. These teams will overpay so another team in their division won't get him. Any team trying to low ball the Jets will just take themselves out of the running for Trouba. Time will tell if I'm right or posters like yourself are.

20 May 2019 04:33:56
Chi; Henri Jokiharu
Ott; Eric brannstrom

Chi; Artem Anisimov, Carl Dahlstrom, Ivan nalimov
NYI; Oliver wahlstrom, jakub skaruk

Chi; Brendan Perlini, Gus forsling
Win; Adam lowry

Draft #3 bowen byram

Sign Ufa Brandon tanev

Offer sheet Kasperi Kapanen

Chi lines;
Toews - Kane - caggiula
Strome - Debrincat - Kapanen
Lowry - Tanev - Saad
Kampf - kahun - kubalik
Hayden - wahlstrom - Sikura

20 May 2019 04:51:31
Winnipeg would rather keep Lowry.

20 May 2019 05:40:32
What would you think would be worth a trade for lowry?

20 May 2019 07:01:08
so much no here.
ottawa says no: bran was the key piece in the stone trade
I feel like islanders would value wahlstrom more than the pieces in return.
no from both teams, perlini and forsling are on good deals and jets value lowry more than that

i'd love to pick up byram for draft.
i'd say no to tanev, i don't know how much of a fit he'd be
i don't know about salary for kapanen, if we can afford it and even if we did i'd imagine toronto would find a way to match salary.

20 May 2019 07:33:23
Adding a draft pick maybe?

20 May 2019 07:58:34
OTT, NYI & WPG all say no

20 May 2019 15:06:17
DaKeGa, I doubt think the Jets would really entertain trading Lowry at all, unless someone really overpaid, especially to a division rival. He's a really good shut down center and would cost us more to replace him than what he is making.

20 May 2019 15:12:01
Winnipeg could trade Lowry but not for this package.

20 May 2019 18:08:24
Definitely some a stretch to see these moves but chicago needs to fill these holes to contend; strome/ cat need someone who can forecheck and backcheck to create some room for them and the 3rd line needs an overhaul with saad, a strong face-off man and a couple of hard checking forwards that can be on the pk. A shutdown defenseman is needed to play with either Gustaffson or Seabrook as well this year.

20 May 2019 18:29:28
Anyone in a jets uniform that can’t put up points are considered to be very good defensively. We heard this about Laine and Ehlers this year.

19 May 2019 20:18:19
CGY : Michael Frolik
EDM : Kris Russell (50% Retained Salary)

CGY : Rasmus Andersson, 26th Overall Selection & Mark Jankowski
NYI : Nick Leddy

CGY : TJ Brodie
MTL : Philip Danault

CGY : Michael Stone
VGK : 7th-Round Pick

CGY : James Neal, Curtis Lazar & 2nd-Round Pick
ARI : Jason Demers

CGY : Juuso Välimäki, Dillon Dube & 3rd-Round Pick
WPG : Nikolaj Ehlers

CGY : Mikael Backlund, 4th-Round Pick & Oliver Kylington
NSH : Viktor Arvidsson

Calgary Flames Projected Lines :

Johnny Gaudreau - Sean Monahan - Elias Lindholm

Matthew Tkachuk - Sam Bennett - Viktor Arvidsson

Nikolaj Ehlers - Philip Danault - Austin Czarnik

Andrew Mangiapane - Derek Ryan - Garnet Hathaway

Mark Giordano - Travis Hamonic

Nick Leddy - Jason Demers

Noah Hanifin - Kris Russell

19 May 2019 21:34:29
No thanks on the Winnipeg trade.

19 May 2019 22:26:56
Jets wouldn't make this trade.

19 May 2019 23:30:51
I'd like to keep Danualt on Habs. he will never be a star, however he is starting to remind me of Guy Carbonneau. a really solid 2 way player, who will start to generate some Selke talk as he gains more experience. by far Bergevins best trade.

20 May 2019 04:05:42
Sosa i agree but value wise wouldn't that be enough for danault. Fills their need on defence aswell.
Brodie - Weber
Mete - Petry

20 May 2019 14:11:17
Huge no from Calgary on the leddy Trade leafs counter with Kappanen, Rights to Gardiner and a 2020 1st for Ras Andersson. He’s probably the last dman Calgary trades.

21 May 2019 21:43:03
I am a Calgary Habs fan, although I do watch many Flames games. TJ Brodie is on the decline and is now inconsistent. Not a good addition to the Habs defense.

15 May 2019 19:07:55
to NY Islanders

to Toronto
Leddy (2 mil retained)

Brown will see an increased role in New York and a chance to shine on a significantly less offensively deep team, and Toronto gets a good defenseman. Salary retention helps Toronto pull off this deal as without it Leddy is worth too little due to his cap (5.5) and term.

15 May 2019 19:41:32
I can't see the Islanders being interested in this at all.

15 May 2019 20:17:59
NYI laugh. Not a chance.

15 May 2019 20:24:13
Lol what no from Islanders.

15 May 2019 21:05:30
leddy is good.

16 May 2019 01:16:51
Islanders don't even consider this. Even without retention its a definite no.

16 May 2019 03:32:20
Yup, leddy at 5.5mil is a steal. If nyi retain money, Toronto ++. One being a 1st round pick and another piece cause itd be a late first. It's not like brown is a star in the waiting.

17 May 2019 05:03:11
Leddy is good player, yes, but he is not so very good. He was -42 last year. And now he is play for Trotz, he will not get so many points this year. Toronto must needs still add. Brown is just not so good to get Leddy. But is small add, not big.

15 May 2019 00:53:44
NYI: Dobson, 23rd Pick Overall 2019
WPG: Trouba

15 May 2019 14:02:54
Probably a good basis to build on.

15 May 2019 14:59:57
This trade could work but the Jets would rather have a proven center/ d-man NHL player coming back with a pick or a prospect.

07 May 2019 21:12:47
Oilers : Matt Benning and Milan Lucic
Islanders : Josh Ho-Sang and Johnny Boychuk

Oilers : Sam Gagner
Senators : Zack Smith

Oilers : Andrej Sekera, 2nd-Rd Pick and Mitch Callahan
Jets : Mathieu Perreault

Edmonton Oilers Projected Lines :

Leon Draisaitl - Connor McDavid - Kailer Yamamoto
Mathieu Perreault - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Jesse Puljujärvi
Tyler Benson - Zack Smith - Josh Ho-Sang
Jujhar Khaira - Cooper Marody - Zack Kassian

Oscar Klefbom - Adam Larsson
Darnell Nurse - Johnny Boychuk
Kris Russell - Ethan Bear

People on HFboards, Instagram and Facebook think this is believable and beneficial. What do you guys think tho?

07 May 2019 22:13:57
No thanks from Winnipeg. If the Jets move Perreault it will be to clear cap space, not take on a worse contract.

05 May 2019 16:06:10
Oilers: jesse P , 2019 2nd round pick

Islanders: dal colle , ho-sang

All 3 players have struggled since draft and could use a change

Jesse is younger than dal colle so should make the 2nd round for ho-sang fair?

05 May 2019 17:45:37
This is stupid. If you wanted to make a smart offer you strictly go for Ho-Sang and you keep pool party. And he does not get a 2nd round either.

05 May 2019 23:44:29
Mr. McKnowItAll is very aggressive, yes? He must be a hockey insider. We should all listen to him. He knows very much. I think is good trade, yes. I understand why you make this trade, and I think is very smart. Is good trade, yes. Very good. Maybe pick is too high for Ho-Sang like Mr. McSmartyPants says. But is very good idea.

06 May 2019 01:19:49
I’ll take Ho-Sang over Puljujarvi.

06 May 2019 15:31:10
reading what zamboni types out hurts my brain.

06 May 2019 19:21:14
also what are your reasonings for that vb, i am curious why youd say youd rather have ho-sang over pool party.

06 May 2019 19:52:49
Ho-Sang has the talent/ drive/ size/ IQ etc to be a good hockey player if a team wants to deal with his attitude where as Puljujarvi has a better attitude he is less skilled but his size makes up for that but the reason I’d take Ho-Sang over Puljujarvi is Puljujarvi lack of hockey IQ.

06 May 2019 20:42:59
Fair enough!

06 May 2019 21:02:15
Vb did you see him at wjc? Much better than laine and Aho.

06 May 2019 21:29:07
i also don't agree with ho-sang over pool swechamp, that's vb's opinion tho and that's fine, but that was something i would have mentioned saying you can't tie a world jr record without having some IQ, but pool certainly has not done much at NHL level so its tough to judge him. I still think once he's comfortable speaking english and can stay on a line and not be moved around every period he will gain his confidence back. really hoping Holland sees the potential in pool party and gets a coach to help guide him. he will be a good player one day he has all the tools, just needs confidence.

07 May 2019 02:04:13
Jesse Puljujarvi at the time of the WJC was a dominant force because of his mixture of Size/ Skill and mostly because of his maturity he hit his peak of his development young and when at the WJC he was a man amongst boys his skill set excels when playing against weaker opponents compared to a player like Laine whom no matter who he’s playing against if he gets a scoring opportunity there is a solid chance it’s going in. Puljujarvi hit his peak when he was young but obviously he still has all the tools to be a force. Playing professional hockey in the Finnish top league at 16 played a huge role in his dominance.

07 May 2019 03:02:32
Did you just say he hit his peak young lol are you serious. Guy was 17 when he was in his prime?

07 May 2019 14:49:53
That’s not what I meant. I mean is peak in dominance. He ripped up his league when he was 17 but he probably won't rip up a league again. His highlight of his career is most likely going to be his WJC performance. He’ll get better but will he be a dominant force in the best hockey league in the world? 99% chance he isn’t.

07 May 2019 16:27:31
99% chance you have no idea what he will be like though! Do you think Rantanen on Colorado was going to be as good as he is now, not a chance. And he never “broke” into the league until he was Puljujarvi’s age this season. so there is still time to right the ship for him. He can still be a dominate player he just needs to figure out. Also there are only a handful of players who are truly dominant in the NHL so idk why you’d use that word. Should have said impactful. Which I think he can still be if he gets some confidence.

07 May 2019 16:31:07
if the highlight of his career is tying a record in the world juniors that's a pretty enormous accomplishment lol tying Jagr to. that's very impressive. so your argument like usual is so irrelevant. but like i said eariler, fair enough that's your hatred opinion!

07 May 2019 21:24:52
How is that a hatred opinion i offered Andreas Johnsson for him in earlier trade posts. Who is a player that the oilers hope Puljujarvi can become. He’s closer to the bust Catagory then what he was projected to be ( dominant force ) . Lots of players have amazing world juniors but that doesn’t mean they’ll make it in the NHL level.

05 May 2019 12:02:43
Oilers : Milan Lucic + Second Round Pick + Ethan Bear
Islanders : Johnny Boychuk

(LW) Milan Lucic (6M x 4YR)
(RHD) Johnny Boychuk (6M x 3YR)
(RHD) Ethan Bear (ELC x 1YR)

(Cool fact: Boychuk is from Edmonton)

Oilers Defence Updated :

Oscar Klefbom - Adam Larsson
Darnell Nurse - Johnny Boychuk
Andrej Sekera - Kris Russell

05 May 2019 15:47:40
is boychuck that big of an upgrade on defense to spend that much to get rid of lucic?

05 May 2019 23:47:09
Bear plus second is price to pay to lose Lucic. I do not think Boychuk is traded, no. Is good trade for Edmonton, yes. But maybe too good. The New York maybe will not like this trade.

06 May 2019 01:21:58
It would take slot more then that to dump Lucic. As a leafs fan I wouldn’t do Lucic and McDavid for a 7th round pick.

06 May 2019 08:30:13
Zamboni i agree, vbb you're delusional

06 May 2019 13:46:26
Lucic instantly destroys a teams cap making them unable to be a contender. Lucic would destroy the leafs cap. He’s also multiple steps below a press box player and when he crawls on the ice it’s instantly a PP for the other team. He wouldn’t stand out in beer league hockey.

06 May 2019 19:49:28
Vb and i wouldn’t trade mcdavid for marner and Matthews + a first.

07 May 2019 02:05:13
Okay cool thanks for your opinion that I asked for.

07 May 2019 16:31:29
atta boy vb put your tail between your legs.

07 May 2019 21:18:06
Lucic would dominate a beer hockdy league comon VB. he'd easily be a point per game player.

07 May 2019 21:25:43
Lol what? What are you talking about.

23 Apr 2019 22:00:46
What's everyone's opinion on the return for Trouba?

Top Prospect plus a 1st Round Pick?
Young RHD plus a pick?

Here are some suggestions:

WPG: Trouba, Dano
NYI: Dobson, 1st Round Pick 2019

WPG: Trouba
DET: 6th Overall 2019, 3rd Round Pick 2019

WPG: Trouba
NYR: Howden, 1st Round Pick 2019 (WPG)

WPG: Trouba
PHI: Patrick, Myers

23 Apr 2019 22:11:18
islanders trade is very interesting imo.
heck no from detroit.
bruh. all i'm going to say for rangers one that's beyond bad.
absolutely not from philly.

23 Apr 2019 22:48:59
How is the rangers one beyond bad? You realize it's wpgs pick going not the rangers?

23 Apr 2019 22:54:58
I think it will likely be a two or three piece trade for an extended Trouba. All dependant on the pick (s) / player (s) involved.

23 Apr 2019 23:16:25
my bad i did not realize that, with that in mind then no from jets. thanks for letting me know alpaca.

24 Apr 2019 02:52:39
At the draft it will be interesting to see what the teams will give for young, 50 point, 23 min a game first pairing, RHD in Trouba. Teams may overpay for him. I can see the Jets liking Patrick and a high draft pick instead of Myers.

22 Apr 2019 15:23:24
The offseason for the Jets:

Laine (bridge deal) 3 years x $7.5M
Connor 8 years x $7M
Morrissey 8 years x $6.5M
Myers 4 years x $6M
Tanev 3 years x $3M
Copp 1 year x $2M
Beaulieu 1 year x $2M
Chariot 1 year x $2M
Brossoit 1 year x $1M
Hendricks 1 year x $650K
Comrie 1 year x $650K

Let walk:

WPG: Trouba, Dano
NYI: Dobson, 1st Round Pick 2019

WPG: Perrault
MON: McCarron

WPG: Kulikov, 5th Round Pick 2019
ARZ: 7th Round Pick 2019

Sign Free Agents:
Simmonds 1 year x $5M
Brassard 1 year x $4M

22 Apr 2019 17:42:59
Laine won’t take less then 10.

22 Apr 2019 18:25:22
lol wat vbvbbbvbvbvbvbvvv?

Kucherov extended for $9.5 mln last summer. I really don't see how Laine would be able to ask for anything North of that, and that would be on a long-term deal (not a 3-year as indicated above) .

22 Apr 2019 18:40:30
unsports, tampa has one of the best tax systems in the league as they are not nearly taxed as much as other teams in the league and it is incredibly unfair. Kucherov technically makes the most money (or top 2) after taxes in the entire league i read. So he did not require to sign a massive deal of 11 mil+. Laine for example if he signed a contract for around 10mil a year he's probs going to walk away with around 5mil or so, its a huge flaw in the system and it should be worked out so its fair throughout the league.

22 Apr 2019 18:42:09
Absolutely agree with vb, Laine will be around 10mil. Also you can not compare him to Kucherov as the way those cities gets taxed is completely different and it’s so unfair such a joke. Besides living in Tampa with all the nice weather they also have the lowest tax rates or something.

22 Apr 2019 20:03:24
I think that's why it's a bridge deal though, shorter term at less money.

22 Apr 2019 20:49:42
yes he stated it was a bridge deal, but laine won't take that he will want a long term contract for sure. not sure if vb also meant it that way or not (who knows with him lol) but for sure i agree with him laine will be 10 or north of it per year and i'm sure he goes that route.

22 Apr 2019 21:05:47
While you are correct in pointing out the lower tax rate in Florida, the impact is overstated. For starters, income is taxed where earned, so only the home games matter in that regard. Also, there are several ways of circumventing that (structure of contract — maximizing the bonus and minimizing the salary, and also fancy footwork from a tax accounting standpoint that I won’t delve into here) .

Anyways, if the over/ under on a 3 year deal for Laine is $10 mln, I will take the under and gladly eat crow if I am proven wrong this summer.

22 Apr 2019 21:09:38
Montreal is probably not going to resign mccarron so you can have him for free and keep Perrault or just dump him somewhere else.

22 Apr 2019 21:43:22
oh for sure man if he indeed signs a bridge contract it will be under 10mil total then unless they go let's say 4mil/ year for the bridge. But no way Laine accepts that he for sure has proved his case for a long term contract.

22 Apr 2019 21:48:43
On a 10M contract I think the most difference there could be in taxes paid is about 1.5M depending on the cities. Seen an article from Oil nation comparing state taxes and how much would be paid on a 9.5M contract when Kucherov signed his. Also have to consider exchange rate because they get paid in US dollar.

As far as Laine’s contract goes, it’s a tough one. How can you pay a player 10+ after a 50 point season? A bridge deal makes sense for both parties unless Winnipeg thinks they can get him at a bargain long term.

22 Apr 2019 23:11:32
Isnt every team issue contracts in USD? Pretty positive its all american dollars never canadian, but i could be wrong i have no idea.

22 Apr 2019 23:21:47
I believe that Laine will sign a 8 year $9 mil per deal as when it expires he is only 29 and could get another big pay day. With the collective bargaining deal set to expire soon who knows what new signing restrictions will be put into place. Teams don't want to be holding horrible contracts like Lucic's so I foresee something drastic happening. If the Jets trade Trouba at the draft then they will need money to pay the player they will get in return so I see Hendricks, Beaulieu not being offered a contract and Tanev, Broisart and Copp being offered less money to stay. Perreault and Kulikov being packaged with another player to get some extra draft picks.

22 Apr 2019 23:57:29
Guys don't start the tax thing again. It a huge advantage for cities with no state tax. It's all on google for everyone to see. tampa has a huge advantage because of this that's why all their signings look like a bargain. Now with there playoff performance it would lead you to think it's not an advantage but it is lol.

23 Apr 2019 01:43:30
I agree. The NHL needs to find a way to level out the tax advantage. I am a Habs fan and their taxes are one of the highest.

23 Apr 2019 03:41:14
If anything he’ll get offersheeted if they low ball him.

23 Apr 2019 16:45:30
If its over 10M then it’ll cost the team 4 1st round picks so depending on the team I wouldn’t match it.

24 Apr 2019 01:31:22
I don't know what's worse, my trades or Vbb's comments.

13 Apr 2019 01:36:54
Ottawa Senators -
• (RW) Bobby Ryan (25% Salary Retention)
• (2020) 2nd-Round Pick
New Jersey Devils -
• (2019) 6th-Round Pick

(Bobby Ryan get's to play really close to his home, Devils add more scoring touch and Senators start their rebuild)

Ottawa Senators -
• (LW) Mikkel Boedker
Edmonton Oilers -
• (2019) 2nd-Round Pick

(Oilers add more scoring touch and acquire another winger who has 4m x 1yr remaining, Senators acquire another draft pick)

Ottawa Senators -
• (C) Chris Tierney
Calgary Flames -
• (2019) 2nd-Round Pick
• (LHD) Oliver Kylington

(Flames add a bottom six center to add to their scoring depth to possibly slot beside Sam Bennett making Mark Jankowski expandable, Senators add what could turn into a Top 4 LHD and a draft pick)

Ottawa Senators -
• (LW) Zack Smith (50% Salary Retention)
Arizona Coyotes -
• (2019) 4th-Round Pick

(Coyotes get another veteran on a cheap contract due to salary retention to play with the young guys and guide them to the playoffs and add a more scoring touch if he can stay healthy, senators add a draft pick)

Ottawa Senators -
• (RHD) Christian Jaros
• (2020) 4th-Round Pick
Toronto Maple Leafs -
• (RW) Connor Brown

(Senators adds a bottom 6 winger and toronto adds another top 6 rhd)

Ottawa Senators -
• (LHD) Mark Boroweicki
New York Islanders -
• (LW) Andrew Ladd
• (2019) 1st-Round Pick
• (C) Blade Jenkins

(Senators adds some veteran depth but taking on the contract for some future assets and islanders get some breathing room and add a top 6 physical lhd)

Free Agent Signings:
- Jordan Eberle (4.25M x 3YR)
- Jake Gardiner (5M x 3YR)
- Jordan Weal (1.75M x 2YR)
- Andrej Sustr (1.25M x 2YR)

Ottawa Senators Lines -

Brady Tkachuk - Colin White - Drake Batherson
Alex Formenton - Jean Pageau - Jordan Eberle
Andrew Ladd - Jordan Weal - Connor Brown
Brian Gibbons - Oscar Lindberg - Max Veronneau

Thomas Chabot - Dylan Demelo
Jake Gardiner - Cody Ceci
Oliver Kylington - Andrej Sustr

Quick rebuild and already look like a decent team.

13 Apr 2019 03:17:53
Flames already have c depth. like 8 0f there 12 forwards are natural centers and would think theyd want to keep kylington for cost controlled players that can legit play nhl.

15 Apr 2019 15:13:58
Gardiner will sign for more that $5M for sure.

23 Mar 2019 21:22:08
Islanders Trade
6th Round Pick 2019

Toronto Trades
4th Round Pick 2019 (Blues Pick)

This is the type of Trade the Leafs will have to make this off season, obviously with the Draft Picks it's a Draft Day Trade.
Uncle Lou knows both Kapanen and Zaitsev so see a match here, adding Pulock is a good move for the Leafs also plus getting rid of Zaitsev's Contract helps the Cap as well, as for replacing Kapanen with what Bracco has done in the AHL this year he is the obvious replacement.

Thoughts ?

24 Mar 2019 01:07:59
My thoughts are that pulock has way more value then kapenen and what you add from the leafs has very little to no value.

24 Mar 2019 14:32:01
I wouldn’t say way more value.

24 Mar 2019 18:20:05
I would and I'll use logic that some of you guys are quick to point out when comparing players. Right shot dmen have mure value then wingers right? So when a top pair rhd is compared to a 2nd/ 3rd line winger then that means the dman has way more value. Right?

24 Mar 2019 21:30:48
Pulock definitely carries more value than Kapanen, like habby said with his position and handness, but I very much am a fan of Kapanen and if he were to be traded he could be a big piece in acquiring a good rhd.

25 Mar 2019 01:53:04
I like kapenen too but you would have to add something good with him to get pulock.

25 Mar 2019 12:09:04
He’s not a top pairing dman on a good defensive team like Nashville.

25 Mar 2019 13:36:25
But he would be on the leafs and is still a solid top 4 d-man.

25 Mar 2019 14:47:31
@vbbb it could be argued that Morgan Reilly is not a top pair dman in Nashville what's your point? Fact is pulock is the number 1 dman on a team that's still in a battle for 1st place in their division and he's still developing.

25 Mar 2019 15:50:26
Habby again with the fax 👍🏻.

25 Mar 2019 16:42:31
Pulock is worth at least twice Kappy. 1 40 ish point season for Kappy on a team with 3 real solid centers dosnt mean he worth a 23 year old RHD who plays with an below average defensemen yet still manage to be a solid defensive defensemen and get 30+ point at the same time. You better package Lilijegreen with Kappy if you want to make an offer for Pulock and even then Isles prob keeps Pulock.

25 Mar 2019 16:43:14
In this trade Isles are taking a cap dump back in Zaitsev wich would take a 2nd and B prospect to dump him. But Pulock had about twice the value of Kappy so its ridiculous that Isles would be giving a 6th and a cap dump to only get a 4th as compensation.

25 Mar 2019 17:00:16
Leafs do need a defenceman but Pulock isn't what there looking for, as seen by the Muzzin trade theyd want a developed and experienced Dman.

05 Mar 2019 11:43:50
Mtl: Primeau, 5rd2019

NYI: Dal Colle

Not an offseason trade but we can't use him for playoffs.

05 Mar 2019 22:14:01
No thanks we will need a goalie before we need dal colle.

05 Mar 2019 23:22:07
If islanders really need a goalie then i'm sure they consider since Dal Colle sucks.

06 Mar 2019 00:38:42
No thnx from montreal lol.

06 Mar 2019 14:42:14
Dal Colle isn't looking like a bust. so is McCarron for Habs. flip those two guys. See if a change will help with their careers.

06 Mar 2019 21:22:46
Meant to say is looking.

06 Mar 2019 21:26:12
Dal colle looks good at time he's looking like Puljujarvi tbh.

07 Mar 2019 15:05:28
well puljujarvi is two years younger and has never played in north america before, dal colle sucks and clearly is a wasted draft pick at #5. when puljujarvi is 22 we will see where he's at and then we can compare.

08 Mar 2019 15:17:30
DalColle was developed too slowly. They should have played him AHL earlier instead of leaving him in junior so long.

09 Mar 2019 18:21:37
Zamboni they couldn’t he was ineligible to play in the ahl. He hadn’t reached the eligibility and when he did he was brought in.

10 Mar 2019 02:30:16
You got to think the potential is still there. He obviously has a lot of talent. Maybe Islanders can make a trade similar to the Strome deal?

Why was he ineligible for AHL CTC55?

10 Mar 2019 15:49:41
For a North American skater in the CHL cannot play in the AHL till he reaches a season in which he is 20 years of age or he has played 4 seasons in the CHL before hand.

10 Mar 2019 23:11:48
Interesting. I had no idea about that rule. Any idea why that is?

25 Feb 2019 11:01:16
Oilers: kassian

Nashville: 3rd round pick (2nd if they reach finals)

Oilers: chiasson

Islanders: ho-sang

25 Feb 2019 15:15:39
I wish for both.

22 Feb 2019 16:16:20
Read from Twitter:

Oil: Chiasson

Isles: Ho-Sang

Would islanders consider this? I know the asking price for Chiasson is supposedly a 2nd round pick (he’ll probs get a 3rd if that) but he’s had a career year and certainly has playoff experience from caps last season.

Oilers would accept this trade for many reasons.

Would a trade like this work out or what fixes could be made? Islanders do have an andundant or young prospects and Ho-Sang clearly hasn’t worked out and he recently went public and said he’d accept a trade. P.

22 Feb 2019 17:18:53
If this was an option i'd really hope oil take it rather than a pick.

22 Feb 2019 17:19:20
But i mean i hope this could be an option haha even if oil add like a 5th or something.

22 Feb 2019 23:58:00
good change of scenery deal. i like it.

22 Feb 2019 15:40:10
OTT: Stone, Dzingel
NYI: Dobson, Bellows, Ladd, Beauvillier, Ho Sang, 2019 2nd rounder that belongs to Calgary.

22 Feb 2019 15:56:50
Hahaha holy smokes no from isle christ.

22 Feb 2019 05:35:08
CAR: Dougie Hamilton

TOR: Jake Gardiner, Connor Brown

Seems like CAR don't want him cause they got Pesce and Fault and TVR, they could use a LD as well. TOR need RD (of course) could work the D pairings well.

TOR: Zaitsev

NYI: 3rd or Scott Mayfield +pick

Lou would definitely take Zaitsev, he has value and GMs know that. Zaitsev just doesn't get the love in TO because Babcock doesn't use him the way he should be used. He will succeed on another team.


22 Feb 2019 11:53:28
Leafs homer much?

22 Feb 2019 13:29:46
Why would Carolina and the Islanders make these one sided trades? Gardiner is a UFA and Zaitsev is a cap black hole.

22 Feb 2019 15:02:04
Leaf homer indeed.

22 Feb 2019 18:40:54
TOR adds to get rid of Zaitsev's contract.
The difference in value between Hamilton and Gardiner is definitely bigger than Brown.

06 Feb 2019 01:45:19
Kings Trade: Martinez
Islanders Trade: 1st or 2nd, plus Blade Jenkins

06 Feb 2019 04:34:41
I wouldn't give a first for Martinez.

05 Feb 2019 19:28:15
To sens: Dobson, 1st, l.komorov To islanders:Stone,4th gives sens a really good prospect, roster player and a 1st. Nyi would have the cap to resign him. don't know if it's to much or not enough, fire away

30 Jan 2019 05:01:15
TOR: Connor Brown

EDM: Zach Kassian, 4th

Leafs get some grit and a pick. Edmonton get a quality winger who has some history with McDavid. Leafs also save a little bit on the cap.

Leafs: Zaitsev, pick or prospect (if necessary)

NYI: Adam Mcquad

Solid RD for the leafs on a cheaper contract that expires at the end of the year. Gives NYR a decent Defenceman who could turn it around with them or just help them lose even more. New York also get some sort of prospect if they won’t do it 1for1.


30 Jan 2019 05:16:07
Benning for Brown.

30 Jan 2019 06:56:06
I like both of deals. I suggested a Brown/ Kassian deal a while back. I’ve also talked about McQuaid because he can be had for cheap. I don’t see NY taking Zaitsev’s contract but either way McQuaid is the perfect add for the playoffs. McQuaid/ Hainsey/ Dermott can finish out the bottom pair. Good ideas.

30 Jan 2019 18:31:12
benning for brown would be amazing.

30 Jan 2019 19:25:04
Benning is a solid Dman in the ECHL. Brown is a solid 3rd liner in the NHL.

31 Jan 2019 04:31:48
And you’re a solid loser.

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