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10-24-2013, 10:40 PM
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Originally Posted by NYR Viper View Post
Gaustad was on pace for 25 points the year he was traded.

Brian Boyle has 2 points in 7 games, over 82 games that's 25 points which is about his average.

Gaustad is an animal in the face-off dot. 56.8%

Brian Boyle is 53.8% right now.

Both hit, PK and provide great size down the middle.

Gaustad is a little more skilled I would say but I wouldn't say they are that different.
Paul Gaustad for a 1st (actual trade was Gaustad & a 4th for a 1st) was a historical overpayment. Using this as a baseline for any player's worth is a fool's errand.

Regardless, while there is historical compatibles for trades, the trade market is 100% independent from past trade deadlines each year based on the market. Either way, a 2nd for Boyle is the most realistic scenario, anything more is unrealistic/greedy.

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