Value of: Bobrovsky to CGY at deadline

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  1. Ainsy01

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    Flames cant afford to sign him long term, but what would his value be as a rental? If Columbus is missing the playoffs and Bob is walking July 1, they realistically could ship his as a rental.

    What would it take for CGY to acquire him and take him on a run ? Goalie rentals are almost unheard of as far as I'm aware of. Has it been done? Whats the price? 2nd round pick? B prospect?
     
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    Ryan Miller got a 1st +. That’s a good place to start
     
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    1st++

    And no, we don't want Mike Smith and Jon Gillies.
     
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    To fit Bob into their lineup they will have to ditch a goalie, so yeah, Smith or Gillies is coming back
     
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    Lol are you high? He's had bad start but he's still a top goalie. If all you're offerings a 2nd rounder the Blue Jackets would just keep him. Start with a 1st and Bennett/Jankowksi and go from there.
     
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    They're going to have to pay extra then on top of what Bob would cost.
     
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    CBJ fans are going to be very disappointed when they see the actual return. If you expect a 1st +Bennett + extra for taking back an expiring goalie contract for a rental goalie that's just not going to happen.
     
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    If you are missing the playoffs then Mike Smith helps your tank. Chess not checkers
     
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    Bob isn’t the goalie Calgary should be going after. Especially if we are giving up assets for him to walk.
     
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    For a rental?

    1st + retained Mike Smith + good prospect/young roster player. The 1st and prospect/young player are for Bob's value, Smith is for cap and positional reasons (for Calgary).

    I don't see why Columbus does it though. Panarin is clearly not re-signing with CBJ, so they'll have money to sign him. Unless he agrees to reup with CBJ after he's done in Calgary.

    Columbus is also still flirting with trying to be a relevnt playoff team so trading your #1 would be... bizarre. Although, Bob hasn't exactly lit it up in the playoffs so idk, maybe its time to move on? He deserves one more shot though IMO
     
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    Starting goalies aren’t normally deadline moves.
     
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    I have no problem with getting Smith as a Bob trade throw-in / temporary cap dump given that he's also a pending UFA. If one expects that handing him to us constitutes some kind of value for us that would adjust the price downward in any way, though, then we've got a problem.

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    What return? The plan right now is to keep him.
     
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    I believe that five or six 1sts were traded at last year’s deadline. I would think somewhere close to one of those packages. A first + B+ prospect + salary offset.
     
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    Bobrovsky easily gets a 1st, 2nd ++. Bennett isn't that valuable. CGY would easily give up Bennett in order to get Bobrovsky.
     
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    Right... He's already given you a trade list. Good luck with that.
     
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    1) That's a rumor from about two weeks ago, and things have improved in the interim.
    2) A trade list is not a trade request. It may arrive as part of one, but the rumor in question did not go there - it was mentioned in the context of the Jackets making the call to trade Bob, not Bob wanting to be traded from the Jackets. Indeed, every indication we have is that the current issues between player and front office is that Bob wants to stay, but feels like he's underappreciated and not getting offers worthy of his value to the team.
     
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    3. The Flames are almost certainly not on the list.
     
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    Calgary can't afford to give away any more 1st round picks and that would be the starting point.
     
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    This, I'd pass on trading for Bob because the Flames have to keep their first round draft pick and young assets after giving them away.


     
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    A deadline deal wouldn’t really make sense for the Flames.

    They won’t be a playoff team at the deadline if Smith keeps playing the way he has been. They need another goalie now. And they can’t afford someone like Bobrovsky.

    I think they’re better off just going with someone like Mason. Sure he’s not at Bobrovsky’s level but he has to be better than Smith.
     

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