Proposal: Trade Thread Part 68

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    I would give alot for Girard!!

    He would fit perfectly in our lineup.
     
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    to anaheim
    1st, Harris, Drouin, Byron

    t0 Montreal
    Fowler, Henrique (1.8M retained)

    sign Hall, 4yrs, 6.75M/per
    Memorial cup winning spitfires reunion :naughty:

    re-sign Danault, 4yrs/4.75M per
    re-sign Perry, 2yrs/1M per

    Seattle takes Chiarot
    Armia/Tatar walk


    Toffoli - Suzuki - Anderson
    Hall - JKO - Caufield
    Henrique - Danault - Gallagher
    Lekhonen - Evans - Perry
    Poehling/Ylonen

    Fowler - Weber
    Edmundson - Petry
    Romanov - Kulak
    Fleury

    Price
    Allen

    :popcorn:
     
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    Definitely time to make a blockbuster offer for Sam Girard. He is what we need.

    KK + Chariot + Harris+ 1st round pick 2021 <-> Girard + Newhook

    Toffoli - Suzuki - Caufield
    Saad/Schwartz - Danault - Gallagher
    Armia - Newhook - Anderson
    Lekhonen - Evans - Perry

    Out: Tatar, Byron (cap)

    Girard- Weber
    Edmundson - Petry
    Romanov - Kulak

    It would really suck to loose KK (like big time), but you gotta give to receive.
     
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    If they do trade Drouin, I'd keep an eye out for a Drouin/Monahan swap. Both have 2 years left at similar money. Monahan got dropped to 2c in Calgary this year and had his worst statistical season yet. He would add some depth back into the C position if Danault leaves.
     
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    don't think Sutter would ok a trade for a guy like Drouin
     
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    And what's in it for Calgary?

    I would be interested in a Monahan-Anderson swap. We could play Monahan on the wing and then at center if there are injuries. Apparently he doesn't have good vision, but is a good shooter. We'd need to add though. But I doubt it's what Calgary is looking for.
     
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    PMDs have to be our #1 target...it's simple; we can't move the damn puck and a team of star forwards isn't going to change that...offering whatever it takes (a signed Danault +++...within reason) for Girard is a start...
     
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    i could see Calgary being willing to do something around Monahan/Anderson... but can't really see how that suits our needs? Monahan is a better player, but what he brings isn't exactly an area of need for us, and his flaws/weaknesses are not insignificant as far as limiting his overall effectiveness as a top6 C. While the value is there, and Anderson was underwhelming offensively for most of this year, i'd still see him as a better fit for us than monahan going forward.
     
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    Take out KK and Newhook. Just play Poehling and we get to keep KK.

    Or just make it Brook and Poehling for Girard + a small piece
     
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    I have a lot of question Mark's about Josh Anderson going forward. Hopefully he answers him this upcoming series. This type of series it seems to me is what we got him for. Let's hope he can deliver.
     
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    Wonder if Avs double down on their offense strategy and do Drouin for Girard swap? To reunite Drouin & MacKinnon?
     
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    I have a hard time seeing the Avs move Girard short of a massive massive overpayment... While he struggled in this series, he had an excellent year, is 23, and is already a bargain at a 5M cap hit that is long term. Even if he doesn't improve and learn how to better handle the physicality of the playoffs, it's still a great deal for a very solid #2/spectacular #3 dman.

    if, and it's a big IF, MB was willing to gamble a bit on a wild card, I could see a Drouin/Kadri swap working for both teams.

    Kadri is a good hockey player, despite the propensity to make dangerous hits... He's on the last year of his current deal, so gotta believe he'd be on his best behavior all year long in trying to cement his next deal. Would be a suitable replacement for Danault, while adding a bit more offensive support to our top-9.

    For the Avs, tough to say it they will want to cut ties with Kadri after back to back playoff miscues, but it wouldn't be surprising. They needed some better secondary scoring up front, and Drouin's a good addition in that regard wether he plays shotgun with his junior running mate Mac (freeing up Rantanen to slide to another line) or slotting into their 2nd line.
     
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    Jebus, I hope so...I would piggyback Floaty to Colorado meself...
     
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    My combo list of expectations/wants to occur for signings/trades.

    Let walk: Tomas Tatar. Sorry Tuna. Eric Staal, Jon Merrill and Erik Gustafsson.

    LTIR - Jonathan Drouin

    Re-sign Corey Perry. He’s been awesome for us in every way, I’d offer him a one year deal and he can anchor the fourth line.

    Re-sign Phil Danault. It’s a no brainer, he’s a shutdown Center par excellence and a Franco to boot. I’d do 4 million per though as his offence is limited.

    Re-sign Joel Armia. Has been super effective on the penalty kill and along the boards while scoring some timely goals. 3.3 for 3 years.

    Sign deals with Lehkonen and Kotkaniemi.

    Trade 2021 3rd round pick to Seattle in order to select Paul Byron in expansion draft.

    Sign UFA: Brandon Montour. A sneakily good defenseman that reminds me a lot of a young Jeff Petry. Terrific skater that can move the puck well, and can QB a power play, while having a bit of a nasty streak to his game. I’d be willing to bet you’d catch lighting in a bottle with him and Chiarot on a pairing together.

    Blake Coleman. A stocky winger that plays a hard nosed physical style, and that can score and kill penalties. He ticks all the boxes for Bergevin. Cup winner, character, works hard.

    2022 lineup

    Toffoli - Suzuki - Caufield
    Coleman - Kotkaniemi - Anderson
    Lehkonen - Danault - Gallagher
    Armia - Evans - Perry

    Edmundson - Petry
    Chiarot - Montour
    Romanov - Weber

    Price
    Allen
     
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    We shouldn’t offer them anything we can protect everyone we need to protect.
     
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    This is an interesting take, although I'd have to take your word as regards to Montour. His stock was quite high at some point, but then he kind of failed to establish himself. Maybe it's the effect of a wasteland that is Buffalo.

    Not sure about the pairings. I have a hard time imagining Weber being used any other way than big minutes in hard matchups. He could be used situationaly with Chiarot I guess.

    Coleman is certainly one of the options to look at to replace Drouin. The others are Saad and Killorn.

    I don't think a 3rd round pick is enough to entice someone to take Byron. This might be possible only a year from now. That's why I'm not sure we could afford Armia. We also need a good 13th forward. Perry started on the taxi squad this season and this kind of depth proved invaluable.
     
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    I don't think they'd be interested.

    Also, Girard sounds nice, until you actually have to play him with Weber in hard matchups.
     
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    We should cement our "relationship" with Carolina and offer sheet Svech.

    I also wonder what Dahlin's market value is at the moment - I'm certain that he would welcome to chance to get out of Buffalo :)
     
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    Some awful proposals there for Girard...

    I think that Sakic would ask for Suzuki, we wouldn’t do it, and anyway I don’t think Girard is available at all.
     
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    Depending on our success or failure in the remaining playoffs, I'd go for Jack Eichel or Seth Jones.

    If a player of Eichel's talent and still so young at 24, you cannot afford to not at least inquire and offer. Leave the surgery to the surgeons and just hope our management can get a player like him.
     
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    For both those players you'll have to give up at least 2 of our biggest fish. Since we don't have a fish as big as them. One will be Suzuki.

    They don't want a bunch minnows, or 4 quarters for a dollar.
     
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    Yup and I agree. You have to give up talent to receive talent. As much as I like Nick Suzuki (having his jersey, look at my avatar, being Asian myself), I'd offer Suzuki for Eichel without hesitation. We haven't had a player of Eichel's potential and production since I don't even remember. Not saying one on one trade but include Suzuki for sure.
     
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    Better like that ;)
     
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    This entire thread is primarily people out to lunch
     
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