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LeHabsMan 06-19-2013 10:30 AM

Danny Kristo to Calgary
 
The Flames just signed his teammate from ND, Corban Knight. Knight MAY have hinted in a possible trade for Kristo.

Roger Millions‏@RogMillions19h
Knight adds that Danny Kristo his UND teammate could surprise next Sunday in Newark. #2013NHLDraft

This can mean many things but one possibility is a trade to reunite the two players. Calgary is rebuilding and Kristo is a good young player that has chemistry with Knight.

What would Calgary give up for Kristo?

waitin425 06-19-2013 10:35 AM

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Originally Posted by LeHabsMan (Post 67685255)
The Flames just signed his teammate from ND, Corban Knight. Knight MAY have hinted in a possible trade for Kristo.

Roger Millions‏@RogMillions19h
Knight adds that Danny Kristo his UND teammate could surprise next Sunday in Newark. #2013NHLDraft

This can mean many things but one possibility is a trade to reunite the two players. Calgary is rebuilding and Kristo is a good young player that has chemistry with Knight.

What would Calgary give up for Kristo?

Kristo looked quite good this year.

If one of the players Calgary is targetting is not available later in the first round, how about one of their picks?

DBU 06-19-2013 10:39 AM

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Originally Posted by waitin425 (Post 67685449)
Kristo looked quite good this year.

If one of the players Calgary is targetting is not available later in the first round, how about one of their picks?

I don't know anything about Kristo, but is he good enough/have a high enough potential to be worth the 28th pick?

I'd certainly be open to acquiring him as the Flames have virtually zero prospects on RW.

Gary83* 06-19-2013 10:40 AM

I would do Penguins pick for Kristo and a 2nd or somesuch, something around that.

DBU 06-19-2013 10:42 AM

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Originally Posted by Gary83 (Post 67685707)
I would do Penguins pick for Kristo and a 2nd or somesuch, something around that.

I'd love to get the Flames own 2nd rounder back :laugh: But I understand that probably isn't an option. Maybe the Habs pick?

Adirondack Flames 06-19-2013 10:42 AM

I don't know enough about Kristo to give a fair proposal. But I really doubt he is worth a late 1st.

Ezpz 06-19-2013 10:42 AM

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Originally Posted by DBU (Post 67685657)
I don't know anything about Kristo, but is he good enough/have a high enough potential to be worth the 28th pick?

I'd certainly be open to acquiring him as the Flames have virtually zero prospects on RW.

Yes. Plenty of Habs fans throw him in proposals because they were pissed he went back for a fourth year of College. He's a lock in my eyes to make the Habs out of training camp next year in a top 6 role.

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Originally Posted by Gary83 (Post 67685707)
I would do Penguins pick for Kristo and a 2nd or somesuch, something around that.

Kristo is worth that pick on his own. We're not gifting an nhl ready top 6 forward we've been developing for 5 years to move up less than 10 spots.

waitin425 06-19-2013 10:42 AM

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Originally Posted by DBU (Post 67685657)
I don't know anything about Kristo, but is he good enough/have a high enough potential to be worth the 28th pick?

I'd certainly be open to acquiring him as the Flames have virtually zero prospects on RW.

I guess it would depend who is available at 28 and how much interest either team has. It wouldn't be out of the realm. As a Habs fan hypothetically of course....if we drafted Morin at 25 and then Theodore was available at 28, I might pull the trigger. If we got both of those D men in this draft I would party like a rock star

InfinityIggy 06-19-2013 10:44 AM

Don't know much about Kristo honestly, he has some nice NCAA stats though and he is a RW, something we need.

Maybe as part of a bigger trade? I'm not sure hes worth a 1st in a deep draft :/

waitin425 06-19-2013 10:45 AM

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Originally Posted by Ezpz (Post 67685779)
Yes. Plenty of Habs fans throw him in proposals because they were pissed he went back for a fourth year of College. He's a lock in my eyes to make the Habs out of training camp next year in a top 6 role.



Kristo is worth that pick on his own. We're not gifting an nhl ready top 6 forward we've been developing for 5 years to move up less than 10 spots.

Who do you think he will bump out of our top 6? I like the guy too, but would be willing to entertain offers

Adirondack Flames 06-19-2013 10:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ezpz (Post 67685779)
Yes. Plenty of Habs fans throw him in proposals because they were pissed he went back for a fourth year of College. He's a lock in my eyes to make the Habs out of training camp next year in a top 6 role.



Kristo is worth that pick on his own. We're not gifting an nhl ready top 6 forward we've been developing for 5 years to move up less than 10 spots.

He has yet to play an NHL game and he is an NHL ready top 6 ready? :laugh::laugh::laugh: Thanks for the laugh

He is not worth a 1st, especially in a deep draft. If you believe otherwise you are off your rocker.

DBU 06-19-2013 10:46 AM

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Originally Posted by InfinityIggy (Post 67685837)
Don't know much about Kristo honestly, he has some nice NCAA stats though and he is a RW, something we need.

Maybe as part of a bigger trade? I'm not sure hes worth a 1st in a deep draft :/

If what Habs fans are saying is true, about him being ready for a top 6 role on an NHL club, then he absolutely is worth a late 1st in a deep draft IMO.

Rick16 06-19-2013 10:46 AM

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Originally Posted by DBU (Post 67685657)
I don't know anything about Kristo, but is he good enough/have a high enough potential to be worth the 28th pick?

I'd certainly be open to acquiring him as the Flames have virtually zero prospects on RW.

Yes he is and I don't see why the Habs would do this move unless Kristo asked for a trade which I doubt since he decided to sign a contract a few months ago instead of going on the open market.

InfinityIggy 06-19-2013 10:49 AM

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Originally Posted by DBU (Post 67685907)
If what Habs fans are saying is true, about him being ready for a top 6 role on an NHL club, then he absolutely is worth a late 1st in a deep draft IMO.

I dunno. Would be nice if he had a full AHL season under his belt so we could better gauge him.

Maybe a neutral fan could chime in about him.

Impossible Glory 06-19-2013 10:49 AM

Flames fans would probably be reluctant to give a first for a guy they know nothing about.

As a Habs fans, considering Kristo is the only prospect winger close to making an impact in the NHL, I'd have a hard time letting him go for a 1st that MIGHT gives us a better player 3 or 4 years from now. We will need him next year, or maybe even this year.

I'd say Kristo's value is somewhere between #22 and #28. But unless Timmins has a guy he really wants, I wouldn't deal Kristo straight for a pick.

LeHabsMan 06-19-2013 10:49 AM

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Originally Posted by waitin425 (Post 67685449)
Kristo looked quite good this year.

If one of the players Calgary is targetting is not available later in the first round, how about one of their picks?

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Originally Posted by Gary83 (Post 67685707)
I would do Penguins pick for Kristo and a 2nd or somesuch, something around that.

Montreal is quite high on Kristo. He is pretty much the next best RW prospect after Gallagher and will be Gionta's replacement.

I would do:

-Kristo and 86th overall for 22nd overall and 135th overall(just so we have a 5th rounder):naughty:
-Kristo and 25th overall for 22nd overall and 28th overall
-Kristo and 86th overall for 28th overall and 67th overall

LeHabsMan 06-19-2013 10:54 AM

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Originally Posted by Abbotsford Heat (Post 67685877)
He has yet to play an NHL game and he is an NHL ready top 6 ready? :laugh::laugh::laugh: Thanks for the laugh

He is not worth a 1st, especially in a deep draft. If you believe otherwise you are off your rocker.

Hes probably not ready for the top 6 in Montreal at this point but he did well in Hamilton and showed some signs of great things at the World Championship. i wouldnt be surprised to see him in the top 6 at some point next season. He may be able to crack Calgary's roster, no offense.

He is worth more than the 28th overall pick. Montreal wouldnt trade him for it.

TherapyforGlencross 06-19-2013 10:54 AM

^ What about Kristo and 86th overall for 28th and Greg Nemisz?

DBU 06-19-2013 10:59 AM

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Originally Posted by Flamesrule (Post 67686251)
^ What about Kristo and 86th overall for 28th and Greg Nemisz?

That's actually not bad. I'd probably do it.

Nolan11 06-19-2013 11:01 AM

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Originally Posted by LeHabsMan (Post 67686057)
Montreal is quite high on Kristo. He is pretty much the next best RW prospect after Gallagher and will be Gionta's replacement.

I would do:

-Kristo and 86th overall for 22nd overall and 135th overall(just so we have a 5th rounder):naughty:
-Kristo and 25th overall for 22nd overall and 28th overall
-Kristo and 86th overall for 28th overall and 67th overall

Would you consider Kristo + 34th overall for Sharks 20th overall + Petrecki

BigDaddyLurch 06-19-2013 11:19 AM

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Originally Posted by Nolan11 (Post 67686577)
Would you consider Kristo + 34th overall for Sharks 20th overall + Petrecki

Habs already have a right-handed Nick Petrecki, his name's Greg Pateryn; we don't need a matching lefty. :laugh:

White Spy 06-19-2013 11:26 AM

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Originally Posted by Abbotsford Heat (Post 67685877)
He has yet to play an NHL game and he is an NHL ready top 6 ready? :laugh::laugh::laugh: Thanks for the laugh

He is not worth a 1st, especially in a deep draft. If you believe otherwise you are off your rocker.

You must not know much about him. He was a Hobey Baker finalist. He played for team US in the WC this summer and is likely the Habs best forward prospect behind Galchenyuk.

What do you think a second round pick that's developed so well should get? A second?

I think you're off your rocker ;)

Adirondack Flames 06-19-2013 11:30 AM

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Originally Posted by LeHabsMan (Post 67686247)
Hes probably not ready for the top 6 in Montreal at this point but he did well in Hamilton and showed some signs of great things at the World Championship. i wouldnt be surprised to see him in the top 6 at some point next season. He may be able to crack Calgary's roster, no offense.

He is worth more than the 28th overall pick. Montreal wouldnt trade him for it.

The NHL is a whole new ball game. It is extremely rare for a prospect without an NHL game to garner a 1st round pick in return.

Money Baer 06-19-2013 11:37 AM

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Originally Posted by whitespy (Post 67687645)
You must not know much about him. He was a Hobey Baker finalist. He played for team US in the WC this summer and is likely the Habs best forward prospect behind Galchenyuk.

What do you think a second round pick that's developed so well should get? A second?

I think you're off your rocker ;)

I agree.

I just don't feel comfortable parting with a 1st for a small(ish) prospect. Highly skilled, but small. We already have a couple of those in our system. I think both teams stick with their prospects/picks, unless it was part of a larger package involving roster players.

White Spy 06-19-2013 11:47 AM

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Originally Posted by wally31 (Post 67688141)
I agree.

I just don't feel comfortable parting with a 1st for a small(ish) prospect. Highly skilled, but small. We already have a couple of those in our system. I think both teams stick with their prospects/picks, unless it was part of a larger package involving roster players.

I guess it depends how desperate Feaster is to reunite them. Not sure how I feel about giving him up though.


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