HFNHL Panthers Trade Block

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  1. Brock

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    With Florida still in the midst of a rebuild, the Panthers have a pretty extensive trade block with most veterans available this season. Obviously futures are the top priority, be it prospects or draft picks. The Panthers will have to take on salary to move most players as we're up tight to the salary floor.

    Here's the list:

    Jason Pominville: 72 SC, 67 PA, 75 PS
    Dan Girardi: 86 DF, 82 CK
    Steven Kampfer: 80 DF, 86 CK
    Patrick Eaves: 79 SC, 71 DF, 76 PH
    Matthew Peca: 75 PA, 72 SC, 79 DF, 76 CK (1 million salary)

    Other players possibly available:

    Matt Grzelcyk: 55PA (more a defender for the future)
    Troy Stecher: 78DF, 81 CK, 52 PA
    Vinnie Hinostroza: 78 PA, 66SC, ($717,500 salary)

    Can be contacted by email or whatsapp over the course of the season.
     
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    Updated to reflect a pending deal.
     
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    Peca and Eaves still available.

    Peca, when averaging out PA, SC, and DF is the 91st ranked forward in the SIM this year. Puts him in the 90th percentile. And he has 29 points in 34 games for me. All for a shade over a million in salary.

    Eaves, when averaging out SC and DF is the 94th ranked forward in the SIM this year. Puts him in the 90th percentile. And he has 35 points in 40 games for me. He makes $3 million and has only a shade until $1.5 mil left on the year.

    Both of these guys would be great picks up for cap tight teams looking to improve their team's odds heading into the playoffs.
     

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