Discussion in 'Trade Rumors and Free Agent Talk' started by GeauxPreds1, Oct 6, 2018.
What would the isles want from Nashville for Jordan eberle if they decide to deal him this year?
Travis HaRmonic... and nothing less!
Edit: 1st would be awesome... assuming it’s a low first.
1st and prospect would get it done.
Seems doable from the Perds perspective. At some point this season, assuming everything goes "according to plan", I can see the Preds trading a 1st+B prospect for a rental winger. Whether it is Eberle or somebody else, it is probably a move which fits the Nashville gameplan.
Trenin + 1st/2nd?
NYI needs to add some youth down the middle in their organization.
1st and a prospect I've never heard of
Ask for first and a prospect and it would probably end up just being a first. Maybe a B or C level prospect added. Not a blue chip obviously
I’d ask for Farrance. Love him and wanted the isles to draft him.
To NASH- Eberle
To-NYI- 2019 1st + Farrance.
Agree that a 2019 1st round pick + is warranted and fair.
I would be happy for that "plus" to be ONE of these options:
• a 2019 3rd round prospect
• Frederic Allard
• Patrick Harper
• Miro Svoboda
honestly, if we're dealing our 1st (which I wouldn't wanna do in the first place), I'd rather use that pick and something else to get an upgrade on Turris than get more wingers who we can't even afford to keep after the seasons done.
What part of the season is this trade? Eberle playing with Sheriff Woody instead of Starzal will surely leave him at 10-10-20 at the midway point . Woody is no playmaker and Ebs needs someone to feed him opportunity . I say he is worth a first today with the season ahead .At the midpoint or deadline I say he only brings a 2nd unfortunetly or 2nd and 4th, or good but not great prospect. How's the Hartman kid working out ? You paid a lot for him . Can you keep trading firsts ?
It would still be a deadline deal... and the market so far seems likely to have a lot of names on it... Eberle is just one... Preds can trade 1st+B Prospect for somebody, but no guarantee that Eberle will be the best option for that. Maybe yes, maybe no.
I like where this is going.
Eberle would be great on the Preds
Poile : What if we offered a bottom 6 utility player on a cost controlled contract?
(Barry Trotz breathing intensifies as he wipes his forehead)
Barry: we might be interested
If we are blowing our first yet again I'd like something better than Eberle. We already blew last years on freaking Hartman.
And I would like something better than a late 1st, who is likely 2-3 years from contributing.
youre absolutely right Crew, Nashvilles first doesnt interest me in the slightest, the odds of a pick 25-30 becoming as good as eberle is, is somewhere around 3-5 percent. I understand that we're building for the future but giving players away to good teams like the predators for a low 1st isnt smart
they can win a cup with eberle ans the pick becomes even less valuable, I have no problem helping Nashville win, I just think that if we do, that we are adequately compensated
I'd rather keep the first than trade it and something else for a rental Eberle.
Our deadline rentals have never really helped us, barring maybe Peter Forsberg.
thats fine by me We're better trading him to a team trying to beat the predators anway, they'd be more motivated since you win more often, teams that win regularly are less likely to take a chance, whereas a team with an opportunity who hasnt won, recently is more eager to make a move when opportunity presents itself
the key is finding the team at the right time.I tend to think Nashville might be vulnerable ths year for the first time in a long time Rinne, Turris And Johanssen, coming off so so seasons, so some other teams might feel there is an opening. it bears watching.
but from my point of view I see Nasville as the central division's least likely team to show any urgency, its not a David Poile trademark. he strikes when he thinks he's getting a bargain. and the Isles shouldnt be dealing with him AT all....the Isles should be deailng with teams, with a sense of urgency. to get the best deal possible
Eberle would fit well into that Pred attack. He’s quick and skilled, like most of the Preds.
Our need is a big power forward. We have enough speedy playmaking wingers. We don’t need eberle, he’s a slightly better smith.
The Preds don't need a player like Eberle.
They need a player like James Neal.
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