Obvious Fantasy Trade with Capitals
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05-07-2010, 02:55 PM
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Nashville throws in there 1st rounder. The draft last year will ease the pain of this. Draft rights
In addition, Washington throws in the rights to some UFAs they don't want or some RFAs.
Either way, this is horrible simply because Semin is at the level of a Weber-Suter trade discussion. The cost to trade him hurts more than getting him.
Semin is a 40 goal scorer. Expensive. Nashville would gleefully lose Arnott and Dumont. Hamhuis is gone anyway. Nashville is not really losing anything of value. That's why I say 1st rounder. Nashville can afford this year to lose it. Last years draft had three 1st rounders in talent in the first 3 picks. Nashville will need a center back unless they have a center in the system they believe in (Wilson, O'Reilly, Spaling) I could go nuts and cling to my hockey binkies who both happen to play for Washington, (The cousin, and Ray's kid) And since Washington IS getting two forwards.....
Washington has a metric ton of cap space to swallow salaries.
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