View Single Post
Old
03-18-2013, 05:41 PM
  #108
Ricky Bobby
Registered User
 
Join Date: Aug 2008
Posts: 7,741
vCash: 500
Quote:
Originally Posted by Suddenly Zyuzin View Post
If the Sharks really were desperate for cap room why wouldn't they trade Boyle for a package of prospects/picks to bolster one of the worst farm teams in the league, get 5-6 million in cap relief and replace his minutes with Demers/Burns/Irwin/Braun whoever isn't playing D currently than get just 1.6 mill in cap space, fill no other needs and replace his minutes with a meh defender who has nice stats this year?
Because they still have Thorton, Marleau and possibly even Pavelski to try and convince that this team is a team they should want to stay with after next season and is committed to winning in the next few years.

If this team trades Boyle for strictly a package of futures that are years away from making any kind of impact why would those players if they really want to win a championship stay beyond next year?

1.66 million in cap space is nothing to sneeze at either. 1.66 million can buy quite the difference in players.

Anyways I'll drop the Martin for Boyle talk.

If the Sharks are serious about trading Boyle I do think you'd end up seeing a Dman with a decent size salary coming back like a Martin, Liles, Meszaros to help fill the minutes lost by trading Boyle and for the cap to work for the team trading for him.

The Sharks will need that D to because once you remove Boyle that isn't nearly as good because every player will be slotted one spot higher then they've been and their weaknesses will start getting exposed.

Ricky Bobby is offline   Reply With Quote