Value of: Parayko

Discussion in 'Trade Rumors and Free Agent Talk' started by Colt55, Sep 16, 2020 at 5:14 PM.

  1. simon IC HFBoards Sponsor Sponsor

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    Why would we need Klefbom if we are extending Dunn and have Perunovich coming up?
     
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    2 years of a very good player for 2 very likely NHLers (projecting very well, NHL ready) and a mid-first .... that's quite a bit to give up for a team that is struggling with depth as it is... and 3 ELCs, which are invaluable in this flat cap state we are in. Not forgetting about Alexandrov, who could turn into an NHLer as well.

    Normally I would say no way to this kind of offer because the Oilers have a hard time re-signing UFA pending guys without having to overpay but I feel Parayko is a player who would be willing to re-sign in his home town for a fair deal.

    This defence makes me very happy...

    Klefbom - Parayko
    Nurse - Bear
    Jones- Larsson
    Broberg

    ... but is it worth it? ... and if Parayko doesn't re-sign... oh boy... we are set back in a huge way... but I want Parayko!

    Can I offer you Russell (10% retained) and Neal (10% retained) for Parayko ($0 retained)! :sarcasm: :laugh:
     
  3. Colt55 Registered User

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    I agree, Simon you know I am a stout parayko guy. Would never want to trade him. For some reason we did to sign petro. I would want the following. I know it doesn't seem like enough but I think it has value. What do you think.

    Bouchard, lavoie, 14th ova
    For
    Parayko small add.

    Bouchard is nhl ready and can replace faulk in a year as 2rhd when we move him to Seattle (hopefully)
    Lavoie looks really good needs some seasoning with his defensive skills but nhl ready.

    My question is who would be your top three possibles at 14ova and 26ova.

    Just curious.
     
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    Isn't edmonton paraykos hometown?
     
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    If I HAD to trade Parayko, this would be acceptable. At #14 I like Kayden Ghule, if he's still there, or Brayden Schneider. Hendrix Laperriere and Anton Lundell look good if we go for a forward. At #26, I like Brendan Brisson, Ryan O'Rourke, maybe William Wallinder.
     
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    There was a rumor going around St. Louis that Parayko would bolt for Edmonton when he reached UFA. Again, just a rumor.
     
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    I haven't been able to follow the nhl draft prospects this year who would be a couple good picks at 14 and 26.
     
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    Sorry I edited my post after you replied. Repeated: At #14 I like Kayden Ghule, if he's still there, or Brayden Schneider. Hendrix Laperriere and Anton Lundell look good if we go for a forward. At #26, I like Brendan Brisson, Noel Gunler, Ryan O'Rourke, maybe William Wallinder.
     
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    Are any of those guys ready in 1 year or most likely 2 year till nhl ready.
     
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    I would say 2 yrs for all of them, longer for some. but I am not a fan of rushing prospects. I really doubt you will find an NHL ready prospect at #14 or later.
     
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    Ok thanks
     
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    If pietrangelo leaves they need to make parayko the franchise d. He's young enough to go through a mini rebuild and still be apart of a contender in 3-5 years. I'm hoping if the rumours are true of him wanting to leave is because he didn't want to play second fiddle to anyone and assumed pietrangelo was a career blue, which I'm sure everyone did. Can't afford to lose both of them though and I'd almost prefer parayko to pietrangelo.
     
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    Agreed.
     
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    if you ask for parayko, who is immovable, you definitely have to move your practically immovable futures or someone else does the deal.
     
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    wait for a panarin down year to counter.
     
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    Shayne Ghostisbehere
    Bobby Brink
    1st rounder

    For

    Parayko

    Flyers D

    Provorov- Parayko
    Sanheim - Myers
    Zamula - Niskanen

    Ooof.
     
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    Lol.
     
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    At least it was in the realm of possibility with a leagues history of trades to back up my proposal.
    Unfortunately your dream of top prospects is unrealistic and pure and utter fantasy.
     
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    3 more first round exits
     
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    Way too much obviously!
     
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    That is possible.
     
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    I see him evolving into a nasty Pronger type. Pronger was always nasty but got more ornery the older he got. CP same proto type less the skill level
     
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    "Unrealistic and pure and utter fantasy" uttered by a Leafs fan on the trade board after posting a bad offer for a premium player. Lol, time of death: 4:36 am.
     
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    15th overall
    Kerfoot/Johnsson
    Liljegren/Dermott
    Bracco

    Or

    A deal revolving around Nylander

    Both more than comparable to other teams(fans) proposals.

    Oh wait, my bad. I get it. I’m a Leafs fan so automatically, my proposal is crap. Forgot how HF boards works...
     
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    No, your proposal isn't crap because you are a Leafs fan.

    It's just a crap proposal regardless who offers that.

    You realize you offered:

    a pick that won't help them for years...If they draft well. Draft poorly and it's wasted completely.
    A 3rd line depth player
    A 3rd pairing D
    A AHL forward who might not have an NHL future.

    It's crap.
     
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