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22 Feb 2018 07:08:13
*confirmed trade

Arizona trades tobias rieder and scott wedgewood to los angeles in exchange for darcy kuemper.

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22 Feb 2018 03:12:52
A few teams looking into Letestu, including the leafs. I would like him over Glendening for sure. I would really like Zach Smith but I don't know the asking price. He is physical and good on the PK in case Komarov leaves in the off season. I'm guessing Smith is worth a 2nd at most because of his contract, maybe a 3rd. Would Martin & a 2nd be fair? Ottawa saves almost $1m and Martin's term is 1 year less, plus the 2nd. Just asking, I haven't heard much about Smith other than he is available.

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22 Feb 2018 07:41:35
Im not too sure how to value smith leafs17, to me i like what he brings to the team because of his speed and grit. He isn't a finesse player by any means, but he has the footspeed to keep up with todays game and aggressively check the other teams star players. He blocks shots, kills penalties and is a tough s. o. b to move infront of the opposing teams net. He's versitile, plays center but if you throw him on the wing he won't complain. I've heard others on here say he's a cap dump which is laughable, he's 29 years old with a 3.25 cap hit for 3 more years. Seems fair to me
Again i really don't know his value, but for what its worth may as well keep him unless its a ridiculous offer

Maybe pair him up with bobby and see what they can get? Lol.

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22 Feb 2018 11:13:48
Thanks facelift. I do like what he brings to the table and that’s what Toronto needs. Martin is not as good as Smith in most of those categories but is still a serviceable player. The leafs need a center and Martin can’t provide that. I think the leafs will lean toward Letestu or Glendening but I’m still looking for grit.

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22 Feb 2018 02:12:43
Canucks gagner vanek hutton baertschi

Avs landeskog and some minor league player to even out the contracts

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22 Feb 2018 05:10:00
You are insanely biased and delusional.

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22 Feb 2018 05:10:22
In general. All posts.

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22 Feb 2018 01:36:08
Sounds like Vaigneault may be let go by Rangers soon
Hey Habs fans!!!.. we found our next coach..

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22 Feb 2018 05:26:16
No thanks I'm getting sick of giving guys a 2nd chance lol.

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22 Feb 2018 05:44:17
Lol
, c'mon now Habby. after him, we can have Carbonneau or Martin.
Actually, I liked Carbonneau.

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22 Feb 2018 06:11:45
Why don't we just jump right back to trembley lol.

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22 Feb 2018 07:19:38
Oh God NO! . And add Houle as GM? Lol. that was the darkest period in Habs history.

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22 Feb 2018 12:59:11
GSP might be available.

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22 Feb 2018 01:30:14
To Edmonton
DelaRose
To Montreal
Slepyshev.

Both young.,, both need a change of scenery.

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22 Feb 2018 01:25:56
I am starting to believe patches should stay in mtl.Ge5 Lindgreen to be the number one goalie and trade Price for a true star. Like this

Mtl:Price,Julsen,1rd 2018

Flyer:Giroux,Senheim,Hart

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22 Feb 2018 03:55:12
Nope.

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21 Feb 2018 23:13:16
New Jersey: Erik Karlsson, Bobby Ryan @ 50%
Ottawa: Pavel Zacha, Jesper Bratt, Michael McLeod, 2018 1st, 2019 1st

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22 Feb 2018 01:30:25
This is really bad for NJ.

Bobby ryan has negative value.

You would be lucky to get the following with 50% retention on ryan

1st 2018
McLeod
2nd rnd pick.

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22 Feb 2018 03:15:07
No from Jesery apparently Karls0m is worth Bear and a second.

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22 Feb 2018 04:03:24
Colt65 your accesentire of this trade is just as bad as poster.
Karlson is worth a 1st 2018 top prospect good nhl player and more but when you add Bobby ryan then you need to subtract from what your giving.

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22 Feb 2018 05:48:07
@colt, you are delusional like they say and I’ll tell you why: he’s only worth a B prospect and a 2nd if he goes to Edmonton. The same logic doesn’t apply to other teams or fan bases. Come on man, try to keep up.

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22 Feb 2018 00:07:42
Honesty I don’t get the whole issue with Tampa trading for Karlsson without an extension in place. First of all you get him for 2 full playoff runs and second. Steve ****ing YZERMAN will handle his contract. Remember Steve saying he won’t sign stamkos for more than 8.5 and he kept his word, Yzerman is a genius of a man and I think he’ll match hedmans contract and Karlsson will accept for 2 reasons. 1, tax rate is lower in Florida and 2, he’s good friends with Hedman and lastly he wants to win and he knows he’ll be on the best team in hockey for aslong as he wants.

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22 Feb 2018 01:12:28
steve yzerman or at least his scouting staff has done a tremendous job. but with regards to player signings he is at a huge advantage with the very low tax in florida. 8.5mil in tampa is the equivalent of 9.8 in montreal or Toronto.

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22 Feb 2018 03:34:19
Nobody will argue tax rate helps. But 9.8 was still lower than most would have thought Stamkos and Hedman would go far and if that's their salary equivalent in Toronto Yzerman still did a hell of a job.

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22 Feb 2018 05:27:36
At the time it would have been high not so much now.

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22 Feb 2018 05:53:38
8.5 was equivalent to almost 11 mill in Toronto. Canada being federal income tax and california have the highest state income rate at over 13% were in the worst negotiating position. And add in cost of living and provincial taxes on top of it and ontario is by far worst bang for your buck.

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22 Feb 2018 06:12:48
Actually Jim Quebec has the highest tax.

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22 Feb 2018 07:30:25
To bad there wasn't some way to figure this tax crap out, so there is true parity in the league.

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22 Feb 2018 14:05:20
At the time people thought Stammer would get 12+ following Toews and Kane 10.5 deals. Different teams have different advantages. Some are closer to homes of more players. Some have legacy. Some have weather. Some don't have taxes. Only way to even the playing field would be a blind bid system where the player doesn't know what team submitted what offer. I don't think that's a good idea. But i don't think that the no tax in Florida has that much more impact than Montreal/ Toronto legacy and closeness to family players will take cuts for that stuff.

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22 Feb 2018 16:43:23
It's a huge advantage jbs.

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21 Feb 2018 17:46:54
Is it just me, cause I'm a Habs fan,, but do the Canadiens make the worst trades in the history of hockey??? I know they have deffinetley made some good ones..
But was jus thinking of some,
Chelios for Savard
LeClair, Desjardins, Dionne for Recchi
Roy Keane for Rucinsky, Kovalenko and Thibault
McDonough and the Gomez fiasco
Subban for Weber( this one looks the most fair)

So.. with all the talk of Pacioretty and Galchenyuk even the silly Price deals.. I get a lil anxious..lol.

Im trying to think of some really big game changing trade Habs have made that were good for the team. Kovalev wasn't bad.. Damphousse and Muller ones back in early 90's..

Habby.. what comes to mind?? Beat Habs trades in last while??

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21 Feb 2018 19:10:13
Habs haven't won a trade in years.

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21 Feb 2018 19:14:10
When they traded for weise and when they traded him were both good deals.
Kordik for courtnall
Steve penny for brian Hayward
Courtnall for bellows
Zack Redmond for deslauriers off the top of my head
There hasn't been many big deals in the last 40 years in montreal they have done we'll on some trades they made for draft picks. like the wamsley and a couple 2nds for the picks to draft corsen and richer. i also think the pick they used on patrick roy was aquired from Winnipeg.

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21 Feb 2018 20:28:57
Ya Kordic for Coutnall was really good.
I would love to see Habs one day have a Star Forward, been soo long. yea we have been spoiled in the Goalie Department. Last guy I remember that was really exciting was Richer. but he was so up and down. 50 one year. 20 some thing the next back to 50. anyway. Is what it is.

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21 Feb 2018 21:34:54
yes its been a tough 25 years kovalev was a real good deal for us too. we had some decent teams in the 90s but injuries always hindered us.

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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).

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

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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.

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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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