Discussion in 'Trade Rumors and Free Agent Talk' started by mymerlincat, Nov 6, 2018.
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big year last year in the AHL and a good 10 games as well.
However out of the gate he's meh and appears to be a 4th line regular.
What kind of value are you expecting? Maybe as part of a package but just for him? I would think best case scenario a conditional late 2nd. Most likely a 3rd at best.
Z has been misused by the coaching staff so far. Not many players on the team are better in tight spaces with the puck. He is a big body that will sit in front of the net. Yet he is a 4th liner. I doubt the interest is there
Nylander for Zykov who adds?
Someone will trade for him.. A similar prospect swap or a so/so pick
Vancouver offers the better Granlund brother
Zykov + pick for pearson
Seems like zykov would be best moved in a deal as a "plus". Like a....
Player X and Zykov for.....
Seems like just moving him alone would get very minimal return
hit up Benning for the 2nd round pick
I’d offer Kossila or Roy
does that answers your question?
Net front presence to try for a reasonable price. Nashville should be all over it.
He has very good hands around the net and a good shot. He is big and hard to move...both by defenders and his own feet. His biggest problem is that he is just a tad slow. If you are constantly a second late in the NHL, you don't make much of a difference. I think we could get some good use out of him if the coaches could fix the power play and used him in front of the net, but right now that is a disaster and not helping Zykov's numbers.
Is he a LW or a RW?
How big of a + would the Canes add to Zykov to get Puljujarvi?
Zykov + for Duchene
I like Zykov, he can be a quality NHL goal scorer in the right role.
Could see LA being interested in reacquiring him.
I know you don't want to here this, but I wouldn't offer much for Puljujarvi. I think there is a greater likelihood that he washes out of the NHL then becomes a consistent 2nd line winger. Given that, I'd offer at most Buffalo's 2nd next year plus Zykov for him. And frankly, I'm not comfortable with that.
Montreal is somewhat interested.
Oh wait he's Russian, so that's a no go for Julien.
Seems like a good toss in to a TOR - CAR trade. He would benefit from another year in the AHL, and training with Barb Underhill should improve his acceleration and speed.
Plus we have a good amount of Russian players so he’d have good success melding with the team.
Fair enough. Another struggling player with lower upside and a mediocre pick isn’t the kind of offer we should be interested in.
Goldobin for Zykov?
Or could a trade be bigger to involve McKeown? Canucks could use a decent D prospect, who could play games this year for us
Seems like the type of guy who can go to a bottom feeder in a top 6 role and put up some points.
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