Thread: Value of: Tomas Plekanec
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01-04-2013, 12:44 PM
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Originally Posted by ulysse84 View Post
If the CH receives two extra first-round choices
example ... the # 12 picks for PLEKANEC

and another # 18 or # 19 (maybe a GIONTA + WEBER or ?? + 3rd 2014)

add the other 4
1 st and + 3 > 2nd round 2013
it would possibly
a team that would end very low this year

Perhaps he could get his hands on a Jones
or who knows > MacKinnon or ?

they have the # 2 - # 12 - # 19 - # 32
# 2 ---> JONES (RD) or MacKINNON
# 12 -> NURSE (LD)
# 32 -> CARRIER / DeLaRose
+ CALGARY - NASHVILLE -> 2nd round picks

future defense would be -> FANTASTIC
Emelin - JONES
and it would be 10 to 15 years

with Collberg - MANTHA - GALLAGHER - etc ...
+ Patch - Gally - Desharnais - Eller
this team is really solid for several years
instead of wading ... AGAIN 10 years
pay over half a season, NOTHING would
would add ---> 2 or 3 UFA

July 1st ----> Corey Perry and Clowe

P.S. to get there

CH must release $ $
and ESPECIALLY , get rid of players like GIONTA -
PLEKANEC - Kaberle and ---> GOMEZ ----> 22 M.
other, it can wait until next year (2014 DEADLINE)

This is my method of rebuilding a club
quickly ...

not require to be agreed

because I know
that many prefer the method GAINEY - GAUTHIER
by patching and giving draft picks,
to make the playoffs through the back door
year after year
and ... the choice is yours to you, but not mine , sorry !
Getting rid of veterans of the quality of Plekanec and Gionta is not necessarily good for the team. Yes, it allows us to start a complete rebuild, but all we are getting are picks, and not all picks pan out. Heck, we would be happy if most of the picks would end up at Plekanec and Gionta's level! I know getting draft picks is sexy, but it does not mean instant success, especially if the picks don't pan out. I have no problem trading Plekanec for picks and prospects, depending upon which picks and prospects we get. I can even see trading Gionta for the right deal. However, I don't see how we have enough trade value to end up with 4 1st round picks in this draft. Gionta is coming off an injury year, has a high salary considering the cap is probably going to drop to 60 million, and is getting older. As such, we might get an offer of a 2nd and a decent prospect, but a late 1st, without him playing a game to prove he has recovered, is unlikely. Plekanec is the only real trading piece we have that can get us a 1st. So, at best, we walk away with 2 firsts. The one for Plekanec would probably be in the mid to late part of the 1st, anyway. I just do not see us getting 4 1st rounders in this draft. We do not have the players to get that value unless you want us to drop some of our core guys, which would be wrong.

Your rebuild is based in pure fantasy, not reality.

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