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09 Mar 2021 02:26:54
Boston- Debrusk, 2021 2nd, 2023 1st
Vancouver - Miller

Canucks commit to conceding the season and trading Miller would start the selling. Canucks add a younger player and another pick this year. They also add a first a couple years from now and hope that Boston regresses with the aging of Marchand and Bergeron. Boston is in win now mode and get a huge upgrade to their lineup without trading away a first round pick in the next two drafts.

Hopper15

1.) 09 Mar 2021 03:57:03
Nucks are still a playoff team in my mind. I think they’ll hold onto Miller and stick with what they got.


2.) 09 Mar 2021 18:11:44
Websjac, even if the Canucks are just good enough to get into the playoffs, they have very little depth up front and not great defence. They have a ton of bad contracts coming off the books in a couple years and they should be adding players that can help them make an actual run at the cup when they will be able to afford some better players.


 

 

25 Oct 2020 02:48:16
Chi- Toews
Van- Boeser, Eriksson, Rathbone, Lind, 2021 2nd

Canucks would be three lines deep at centre and could move Gaudette to the wing or use him to get rid of another bad contract. Toews doesn't want to rebuild and would probably waive his no trade clause to play for a contender. The blackhawks would get a solid Nhler two good prospects and a pick, and they would have to take Eriksson to make the money work.

Hopper15

1.) 25 Oct 2020 03:49:24
Huge no from Van


2.) 25 Oct 2020 12:15:24
No from Vancouver. As good as Toews is, they have Petterson and Horvat at C. Much younger, much cheaper and Horvat brings a ton of the same things Toews does plus a lot more physicality.

Canucks have a great foundation, need to add some pieces, but not a massive piece that destroys their balance.


3.) 25 Oct 2020 19:33:39
Toews would not destroy their balance, they would actually gain cap space, while not giving Hoglander, Polkozin, juolevi or Rafferty. The Canucks could easily use Gaudette or a pick to get rid of roussel or Beagle and would be able to add Hoffman or another D-man. Boeser is going to be unaffordable for his role on his next contract, and the rest of the pieces aren’t near NHL ready and are expendable due to the depth of the farm system.


4.) 25 Oct 2020 22:22:31
I don’t mean anything negative for Toews ruining things, just that I think the Canucks are better staying pat woth the big pieces they have and replacing the role players woth better younger ones.

Boeser hasn’t put up great numbers the last couple years to break the bank. He’s a really good player but he hasn’t hit 30G yet. If you could get him in the $6M range, that would mean you could have him and Horvat for $1M more than just 32 year old Toews. And Peterson will come in at a big cap hit. Why have Peterson, Horvat and Toews when you can use Toews $10.5 for a scoring winger like Boeser PLus another player or 2?


5.) 26 Oct 2020 06:14:25
I get your point, but in this trade you’d be getting rid of Eriksson as well, meaning you would replace Boeser and Eriksson with Toews while saving around 1.5 million in cap space for the next two years. Toews’s contract will be good for the next three years and the Canucks could replace it with another elite player for the same cap hit and be within the salary cap.


6.) 27 Oct 2020 19:42:21
That’s true. I kinda overlooked the Erickson cap going out. That makes it better for the Canucks for sure. Still with Horvat and Petterson, I wouldn’t worry about C for a long time there. Much better to get an elite scoring winger or Dman instead of a C I think.


7.) 28 Oct 2020 18:14:09
Ideally a winger or D-man would be better, but there aren’t many teams with disgruntled stars looking to possibly leave, who would be willing to take on a bad contract in a trade.


 

 

07 Oct 2020 19:48:29
Van- Boeser, 2021 3rd, Virtanen
Vegas- Tuch, Brisson, Fleury (2 million retained), 2021 1st, 2021 2nd

Canucks add toughness with Tuch, and get a goalie to backup Demko, along with a good centre prospect Vegas just drafted in the first round along with another first and second for taken on the expensive contract of Fleury.
Vegas gets 3 million of cap relief and a better player than Tuch. They also get a third to balance out the trade a little, while Virtanen could easily be shipped out for a prospect or pick.

Hopper15

1.) 07 Oct 2020 23:57:24
I feel at 2 mil retained, I'm not sure you need more than a 1st to trade fleury.


2.) 08 Oct 2020 15:16:18
At $3.5M retained, the max allowed, teams apparently asked Vegas for their 1st and 2nd on Tuesday. So who knows.


3.) 08 Oct 2020 15:24:40
That’s what teams are demanding, and teams are wanting them to retain more money. Boeser is the main piece they are getting, and he would be a great piece to their offence.


 

 

01 Oct 2020 05:59:20
Sabres- Eichel, Ristolainen
Canucks- Horvat, Boeser, Rathbone, Virtanen, Beagle, Stecher, Eriksson, Hoglander, Myers

Hopper15

1.) 01 Oct 2020 06:49:09
Bruh...


2.) 01 Oct 2020 18:13:46
Not only does buf now have too much to deal with, you've depleted your depth.

With petterson and horvat, C is set for Vancouver. This 2 can lead a team with the right supporting cast. Eichel and petterson would be amazing 1-2 punch, but your supporting cast will be shallow by comparison.


3.) 02 Oct 2020 00:57:20
Buffalo is terrible, and they would add quality players and good prospects. They also have plenty of cap space to buy out Eriksson. Canucks gain around 10 million in cap space to add at least two more solid players around their stars.


 

 

26 Aug 2020 16:44:32
Van- Boeser, Meyers, Hoglander
Cal- Lindholm, Andersson

Canucks get two players that are cheaper and better, while Calgary gets two good players and a really good prospect.

Hopper15

1.) 26 Aug 2020 17:23:23
Lindholm and Andersson won’t be moved.


2.) 26 Aug 2020 18:05:40
vancouver says no


3.) 26 Aug 2020 18:33:18
Lindholm is on way to good of a contract and andersson is Calgarys future top defenseman. Giordano took a step back this year and might lose brodie in free agency so doubt they do it even though boeser is a nice piece.


4.) 27 Aug 2020 14:05:34
Saying Canucks get the better, cheaper players, means they win the trade, yes?


5.) 28 Aug 2020 01:55:19
That’s why they get the prospect who could become a first liner in the future.


6.) 30 Aug 2020 15:35:38
You have no clue what that prospect will turn into. That deal from a Flames perspective is insane, you’re obviously a Vancouver fan.


7.) 28 Sep 2020 04:49:40
Since Vancouver fans think this is such a good trade how about we flip that around and see what they think then?

Hughes and Horvat for Giordano, Gaudreau and Pillips?

Flames get the better, cheaper players, nucks get 2 good players and a really good prospect.


 

 

 

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09 Mar 2021 18:11:44
Websjac, even if the Canucks are just good enough to get into the playoffs, they have very little depth up front and not great defence. They have a ton of bad contracts coming off the books in a couple years and they should be adding players that can help them make an actual run at the cup when they will be able to afford some better players.

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28 Oct 2020 18:14:09
Ideally a winger or D-man would be better, but there aren’t many teams with disgruntled stars looking to possibly leave, who would be willing to take on a bad contract in a trade.

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26 Oct 2020 06:14:25
I get your point, but in this trade you’d be getting rid of Eriksson as well, meaning you would replace Boeser and Eriksson with Toews while saving around 1.5 million in cap space for the next two years. Toews’s contract will be good for the next three years and the Canucks could replace it with another elite player for the same cap hit and be within the salary cap.

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25 Oct 2020 19:33:39
Toews would not destroy their balance, they would actually gain cap space, while not giving Hoglander, Polkozin, juolevi or Rafferty. The Canucks could easily use Gaudette or a pick to get rid of roussel or Beagle and would be able to add Hoffman or another D-man. Boeser is going to be unaffordable for his role on his next contract, and the rest of the pieces aren’t near NHL ready and are expendable due to the depth of the farm system.

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08 Oct 2020 15:24:40
That’s what teams are demanding, and teams are wanting them to retain more money. Boeser is the main piece they are getting, and he would be a great piece to their offence.

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