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Puckgenius* 08-01-2012 03:24 PM

Boston/PHX
 
TO BOSTON: Keith Yandle + 2013 3rd
TO PHX: David Krejci + Jordan Caron

PHX gets a #1 centre and a trio of Krejci/Vermette/Hanzal would be very solid down the middle. Also get Caron who is a great young piece for the future and replace Doan.

Boston would have one helluva top 3 in Chara/Yandle/Seidenberg. They have lots of depth on D but getting Yandle would bring their blueline back to the elite level when they had Kaberle.

Chara - Seidenberg
Yandle - Boychuk
Ference - McQuiad

That would be a top 5 blueline in the league.

Fastasaurus 08-01-2012 03:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Puckgenius (Post 53191139)
TO BOSTON: Keith Yandle + 2013 3rd

TO PHX: David Krejci + Jordan Caron

PHX gets a #1 centre and a trio of Krejci/Vermette/Hanzal would be pretty solid down the middle. Also get Caron who is a great young RW for the future to replace Doan.

Boston would have one helluva top 3 in Chara/Yandle/Seidenberg. They have lots of depth on D but getting Yandle would bring their blueline back to the elite level when they had Kaberle.

Chara - Seidenberg
Yandle - Boychuk
Ference - McQuiad

That would be a top 4 blueline in the league.

Done but be prepared for the PHX backlash.

Puckgenius* 08-01-2012 03:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fastasaurus (Post 53191187)
Done but be prepared for the PHX backlash.

I think Krejci + Caron would be a great return for Yandle, maybe take out the 3rd from PHX.

Fastasaurus 08-01-2012 03:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Puckgenius (Post 53191315)
I think Krejci + Caron would be a great return for Yandle, maybe take out the 3rd from PHX.

Im not saying you are incorrect good sir, I was merely warning you because if you have been on HF at all recently everyone seems to think that their players are Orr,Lemieux, or Howe!

Vankiller Whale 08-01-2012 03:44 PM

I think Yandle would get more than that.

Bernier the Boats 08-01-2012 03:47 PM

Someone (cough Philly) would probably propose a more enticing offer.

GoBs 08-01-2012 03:51 PM

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Originally Posted by BBurke (Post 53192159)
Someone (cough Philly) would probably propose a more enticing offer.

What does Philly have to offer. JVR was their best movable asset.

bigbadbruins1 08-01-2012 03:51 PM

I'm pretty sure boston would be willing to add a pick or a prospect not named hamilton if they were really aggressive on getting a PMD like yandle.

ducky 08-01-2012 04:15 PM

Very good offer IMO. Krejci would be the Coyotes' most talented forward and a true #1 (something missing since JR).

Nine to Five 08-01-2012 04:35 PM

Seems half decent, but Krejci is finding himself in every proposal coming from Boston.
But at how scarce defencemen are, you'd have to think Yandle returns more than that.

rt 08-01-2012 04:51 PM

It's a good proposal. Not sure it's enough to get me to let go of Yandle, but at the same time, I wouldn't expect Boston to give up much more.

PJ StockBB 08-01-2012 04:54 PM

Bruins defense is already fine, it is our offense i am worried about. we rely on depth. here we are trading our first line center, who is extremely underrated, and our probable 3rd line left wing and getting no offense back. i would love yandle but this just makes absolutely zero sense for the Bruins. if we trade Krejci its going to be for a top 6 winger.

Fastasaurus 08-01-2012 05:00 PM

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Originally Posted by PJ StockBB (Post 53195337)
Bruins defense is already fine, it is our offense i am worried about. we rely on depth. here we are trading our first line center, who is extremely underrated, and our probable 3rd line left wing and getting no offense back. i would love yandle but this just makes absolutely zero sense for the Bruins. if we trade Krejci its going to be for a top 6 winger.

Keep in mind Yandle can run a pp. unlike any current Bruin apparently.

rt 08-01-2012 05:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PJ StockBB (Post 53195337)
Bruins defense is already fine, it is our offense i am worried about. we rely on depth. here we are trading our first line center, who is extremely underrated, and our probable 3rd line left wing and getting no offense back. i would love yandle but this just makes absolutely zero sense for the Bruins. if we trade Krejci its going to be for a top 6 winger.

If Krejci is your first line center, can we make a deal for Bergeron? :)

Dellstrom 08-01-2012 05:07 PM

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Originally Posted by rt (Post 53195885)
If Krejci is your first line center, can we make a deal for Bergeron? :)

No.

OP deal is done from Boston

IHaveNoCreativity 08-01-2012 05:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Lucic (Post 53195997)
No.

OP deal is done from Boston

This IMO, I'd also to take Bergeron over Krejci, when healthy.

DesertDawg 08-01-2012 05:53 PM

rather have Peverley than Caron. Krejci and Peverley probably get it done, Krejci and Caron won't, IMO. And I doubt that the Coyotes will trade Yandle until they have seen Gormley play in the NHL, if he is consistent, and can take the long season at that level. I'm expecting him too, but then again, I'm an AZ homer! More likely Yandle could be available during next off-season or maybe at the earliest, this trade deadline. But then again, maybe Gormley will be moved under the right conditions instead...

IPreferPi 08-01-2012 05:55 PM

Though I like Krejci and think he would be the first real #1C the Yotes have had in a while, I like Bergeron even more. That being said, this is a pretty fair offer for Yandle, even if I'd probably would ask to take out the 3rd from our end.

Dellstrom 08-01-2012 05:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DesertDawg (Post 53198219)
rather have Peverley than Caron. Krejci and Peverley probably get it done, Krejci and Caron won't, IMO. And I doubt that the Coyotes will trade Yandle until they have seen Gormley play in the NHL, if he is consistent, and can take the long season at that level. I'm expecting him too, but then again, I'm an AZ homer! More likely Yandle will be more available during next off-season or maybe at the earliest, this trade deadline. But then again, maybe Gormley will be moved under the right conditions instead...

We can't move Krejci and Peverley without getting an offensive player back... That creates a gigantic void in our lineup.

BergyWho37 08-01-2012 06:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PJ StockBB (Post 53195337)
Bruins defense is already fine, it is our offense i am worried about. we rely on depth. here we are trading our first line center, who is extremely underrated, and our probable 3rd line left wing and getting no offense back. i would love yandle but this just makes absolutely zero sense for the Bruins. if we trade Krejci its going to be for a top 6 winger.

Would have to agree with you specially on the extremely underrated part he's going to break out very soon maybe not insane but 70pts + is very possible and I'm pretty sure our GM feels the same :nod:

I'm not saying the OP value isn't close but IMO I'm not adding to bring Yandle here, I actually prefer to have Krejci cause I know what I have ;)

Yandle is very good just rather try to deal Peverley and Ference or Boychuk and a prospect NOT Hamilton and a 1st .. this then helps us now and gives PHX a good group of core guys and some futures .. I'm sure PHX fans say NO cause they want the best player also ;)

The Brewmeister 08-01-2012 06:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BBurke (Post 53192159)
Someone (cough Philly) would probably propose a more enticing offer.

Went through that. Philly fans weren't interested in dealing Schenn or Couts.


To the OP: no thank you. As someone said after, Krejci + Peverly would be done.

BergyWho37 08-01-2012 06:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DesertDawg (Post 53198219)
rather have Peverley than Caron. Krejci and Peverley probably get it done, Krejci and Caron won't, IMO. And I doubt that the Coyotes will trade Yandle until they have seen Gormley play in the NHL, if he is consistent, and can take the long season at that level. I'm expecting him too, but then again, I'm an AZ homer! More likely Yandle could be available during next off-season or maybe at the earliest, this trade deadline. But then again, maybe Gormley will be moved under the right conditions instead...

Keep dreaming were not giving players away .. I understand he's good but settle down :shakehead

Shrimper 08-01-2012 06:15 PM

Any team looking for a top player like Yandle will be willing to offer more taking Boston out.

DesertDawg 08-01-2012 06:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lucic (Post 53198321)
We can't move Krejci and Peverley without getting an offensive player back... That creates a gigantic void in our lineup.

Caron wouldn't fill a void in the Coyotes roster, but Peverley would! They really don't need anymore defensive-type wings, but need more offensive forwards.
I do agree that trading Yandle to the Bruins doesn't seem likely (at this time).
GMDM stated in an interview that the Coyotes wanted to give Bissonette more playing time, when asked about not re-signing Pyatt.
It makes more sense for the Coyotes to go after someone like Tim Connolly then trade Yandle. Vermette looked good playing on the 'top line' with Boedker during the playoff run, so the Coyotes will probably pursue someone that they expect can make Korpikoski look good (or if you prefer, you can call it chemistry).

nmbr_24 08-01-2012 07:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shrimper (Post 53199325)
Any team looking for a top player like Yandle will be willing to offer more taking Boston out.

Really? What team is going to offer up a top line center+ other than Boston? I just don't see it.

Krejci is getting seriously underrated these days.


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