Discussion in 'Trade Rumors and Free Agent Talk' started by Cityswiper, Apr 16, 2018.
Not hinting he should or is available. Just curious what his true value is?
Boston right now is probably not interested in trading him at all. Once Chara retires and Krug is the best LD on the team, they IMO MAYBE look at trading Pasyrnak for a GREAT young LD. Mayyyybe. Most likely, he goes nowhere.
For value, look at high end LD around the league and work on a deal with one of them (not saying one for one). Hanifin, Sergachev, Chabot, Slavin, Werenski, Dunn, Lindholm, Chychryn, etc.
A shade under PPG pace for the last two years, 21 years old, making a nice playoff showing, AND locked up for 5 years after this at an extremely reasonable cap hit?
He should command quite a bit, in quality and possibly also in quantity, but who gives it up for a winger?
Does he come with Marchand and Bergeron? Hard to say if he's a superstar or just a solid top line winger since he's playing with 2 guys better than him.
First overall plus a good ro player. Kids gonna be a top 5 talent in the league
That's the question I have too. I think he has a a chance to be as good as Simmonds at minimum. Likely more.
No way is he worth that much, we've yet to see if he can even carry a line by himself. Do you think he can shut down and outscore another teams 1st with a center like Vermette?
You would feel comfortable matching up Debrusk-Nash-Pasternak?
What makes you think he is avaliable?
I don't think he's available. Just hypothetical.
Don’t worry, you made that clear enough for the vast majority of readers to understand.
It pisses me off when all these potentially interesting “value of” threads are filled with versions of “he’s not available” after the OP clearly states that is not the intention.
Omg, I would love to have him on the Flyers but come on, there is no way in hell he's ever one of the 5 best players in the world. Get real. Great pl layer, yes. One of the top 5 in the world, never ever gonna happen
It would cost Provorov or Couts from the Flyers. Not saying either team would do it but you wouldn't like the answer to your question either.
He should be as untouchable as it gets. And I personally think his contract will be an absolute steal in the years to come.
Think he can be as good as Simmonds? Simmonds didn’t break the 60 pts plateau until he was 25 and the 30 goal mark until 27. David Pastrnak crossed both those thresholds at the ripe old age of 20 and then went for nearly a point per game at 21. I’d say he’s already surpassed Simmonds rather easily at this point.
There is a disconnect from reading and posting here.
I think Pasta could be a top 5 scorer, he was nearly already there last season. That kid is special. And people that suggest that he can’t drive a line on his own haven’t really watched him. This season he didn’t always play with Marchand and Bergeron and he did just fine. Obviously it helps playing with those guys, but he has so much skill that it’s clear to see he creates on his own.
There’s way no Boston deals him.
This. Someone with elite level potential/has already reached a lot of that potential. Provorov/McAvoy level defenseman. Philly probably wouldnt do it though (Boston might not either).
LHD is one position for the Bruins that has a LOT of depth in the prospect pool but none of them seems ready to replace Chara yet. Hopefully one of Zboril/Lauzon/Vaak at this time next year has shown enough where the Bruins can transition without him. Having Gryz step up huge this year really helps the outlook on LHD, they now have 2 LHD (Krug/Gryz) and 2 RHD (Carlo/McAvoy) that shoudl be long term solutions. Proporov would jump over all of them, though.
I'd assume about what Tarasenkos value was right after he signed his extension a few years ago. I don't see any way Boston trades him but hypothetically a young number 1 D. I'd say Panarin level if Panarin was a bit younger or signed to that sort of a contract. Really hard to gauge his value though just not the type of player you trade if you have any sort of talent on your team, which Boston has in spades.
Oilers would do Yamamato Puljarvi and Klefbom for him.
Pastrnak is 21 years old. He's the most valuable asset in the organization.
They would deal Marchand before dealing Pasta.
untouchable, so much that even trying to guage his trade value is pointless
And Boston most certainly would not.
quantity over quality right there
Pastrnak is already a much better player than Simmonds ever was.