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07-25-2013, 07:23 PM
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Originally Posted by
somethings missed here.
we have a very good comparable in the brent burns trade. a very high end offensive d man who gets traded.
he returned, a young top 6 forward (not necessarily one with toplinie potential) a top 30 prospect, and a 1st.
so i would also accept a young top 4 d man (though it would probably have to be a #4 and not a #3) in place of the top six forward.
i'll cook up an example under 3 assumptions:
The hockeys future list i'm going to use is gospel. They had coyle ranked as #18 at the time of that trade. So we will use a player HF ranks beween 15-25.
Winnipeg is committed to trading Buff
The team i choose to trade with is committed to acquiring Buff.
We will pay no attention to either team needs positionally.
so based off this,
for dustin Byfuglien (edit) and a 2nd round pick in 2015
, in the above vaccume:
From St Louis:
(consistently 6th to 7th in TOI per game over the last four seasons on his team, and a .52 PPG production. Very Comparable to setoguch though i acknowledge higher defencive value.
[To better clarify i would take whoever is deemed as the least valuable from St louis of Stewart, Berglund, Oshie, Steen, Backes, or Shattenkirk]
(hockeys futures 18th ranked prospect - same coyle)
1st round pick
(from a team expected to make conference final)
An alternate from a the NYR's
(Young top 6 forward with similar (.54 ppg) production to Setoguchi) who is not seen as a real possibility of becoming a first line producer.
(19th ranked prospect by HF)
first round pick
(from a team also expected to make conference final)
these three situations i feel are VERY comparable to the Burns to SJS deal.
I LOVE the deal with St. Louis. Get Chevy on the phone.
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