Thread: Proposal: TOR Trades
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02-20-2013, 01:21 PM
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TOR Trades

Change things up a bit from the standard moves:

Trade 1:

To Buffalo - Gunnarsson
To Toronto - Ott

- Im not saying it has to be 1for1 but something around this? Leafs have plethora of serviceable Dman and Gunnar is cheap and controllable as he's an RFA at seasons end.

Gunnar would look great for Buffalo in top 4 role


Ott would be a perfect fit on a 3rd line with Komarov.
Can play LW or Centre

Trade 2:

To Pittsburgh - Kulemin, Bozak & Liles (retain $1,000,000 of Bozak's salry & $2,000,000 of Liles salary)
To Toronto - Sutter & 1st in 2013

- Reasons why

With the play of Bozak this seas he can be a perfect 3rd line centre in Pitt. He'll only cost Pens $500k if $1,000,000 is retained by Tor. Kulemin & Liles (at $1,875,000) for a late probably 28th-30th pick in draft. As much as Liles has struggled this year. He would help them on the PP. Their PP hasn't been the same since Gonchar left and I'm not comparing Liles to Gonchar but its obvious Letang needs help at QB the PP. Kulemin plays with Malkin.

Total Salary taken by Pens via deal = $5,180,000
Total Salary given by Pens via deal = $2,067,000

Difference = $3,120,000

Pitt before the deal has roughly $8.8 in cap space

Not saying the rumours are true but if O'Reilly is on radar then Leafs would be wise to trade for him!

To Colorado - MacArthur, Blacker & PIT 1st in 2013
To Toronto - O'Reilly

- Get a 1st a B level prospect and a top 6 forward.


Love Grabo but I'd move him for either a B+ prospect or late 1st.

I know its hard to imagine CHI would like to tinker with such a winning lineup currently but maybe

To Chicago - Grabovski
To Toronto - either Brookbank/Montador (salary dump) & 1st in 2013 - - probably 28th-30th range.

Imagine a top 6 of

Sharp/Grabovski/P. Kane

Pure filth.

Leafs Lineup after deals (when healthy)

Orr/McClement/Brown or McLaren



Thoughts?? Looking forward to hearing back from you guys!

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