Habs' off-season moves (all trades, proposals & free agent talk here)
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04-19-2013, 02:53 PM
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Sacrifice a good young forward and a pick for a #1.5 - 2 d-man to do what Markov isn't able to do anymore. Then sign the new guy for 3 years.
Try to sign Clarkson.
Package something to get Jan Hejda and Bordeleau from Colorado, or any other combo of hard hitting d-man + 12-13-14th forward heavyweight who can play 4-7 minutes a game.
I'd posted this on the other thread before it closed. Any interest in Seabrook as a 1.5?
The Habs won't struggle under the cap this summer, unlike several teams with lots of defensive depth. From the sounds of it, Chicago fans have been quite unimpressed with Seabrook this year. Apparently he's been outperformed by Hjalmarsson, thus making Hjalmarsson a no-trade and Seabrook a possibility (to the fans at least). His contract is 5.8mil until 2016-2017. He's big, tough, offensively reliable, 27yrs old. He is one of the best defenceman in the league but, perhaps not this year from the sounds of things. What would it take to get him? Chicago needs a cheap #2 Center, likely a cheap defenceman in return and perhaps bottom 6 wingers. What can be made around the following? Is there interest for Montreal giving up real assets?
Desharnais (1mil retained) + Emelin/Diaz + xxx
Eller + Diaz/Emelin + xxx
Plekanec + xxx
For a little bit smaller deal, Boston will also struggle to stay under the cap and may leave some players unsigned. With Soderberg potentially filling his spot, any interest in Jordan Caron? Tainted goods and Boston will likely try and retain him. What would we be willing to pay? He's big, could play 4th line if needed, projects to be 3rd line ~20+20.
Kyle Beach is a risky RFA from CHI. Very poor attitude, scored 52 goals in the WHL, tough enough, pretty big. His stock has dropped considerably but may benefit from a change of scenery.
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