Discussion in 'New York Rangers' started by Gardner McKay, Feb 27, 2018.
I'd at most add a 2nd to #9 for #6. Anything more is a bad trade.
Maybe we can add the details from my previous post to the OP? That way it is easier to find for people who will, inevitably, ask what it might cost to trade up/down.
Yeah, I was 50/50 on if an extra 1st would get it done, or a 2nd. Didn't have the historical facts in front of me, so I had to guess lol.
So would probably be 9OA + either our 2nd or NJD 2nd.
That's based on precedent, but there are some other, small, factors as well.
How deep is the draft? How big is the drop if the team trades down (Detroit in this case)? What are the players available?
But looking at history, trading up from 9 to 6 should cost our own 2nd rounder.
9+39 for 6
9+29 for 5
Detroit also has some really shitty contracts on the books and need to sign some crucial FAs this year. Maybe we can work in taking some salary back instead of using the higher picks
Agreed. I wouldn't move two first to jump three spots. Even if the second first is late. Unless someone unexpected is available at 6, I don't see enough difference between 6 and 9 to justify that deal.
Plenty of really good players go with a late first. It's still a very valuable pick IMO.
I like the way you think.
Something like this:
Nielsen + 6OA for 48OA
Nielsen(50%) + 6OA for 29OA
Ericsson + 6OA for 29OA
I dunno. Unless you can move up to get Dahlin, Svech, or Zadina I don't see a whole lot of value in trading up. Boqvist is a maybe but depends on the cost.
Are you kidding me? It's by far the largest digital sports media publication in NY and the world with half a million readers a month..
You’re an idiot
I think its time for a new thread.
Lmao this has to be a troll account.
Who ever this is, well done.
It's a hub, nothing more.
I will create a new one. A fresh one.
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