Thread: Value of: Nash and Seabrook
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05-02-2014, 08:05 PM
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Originally Posted by EbonyRaptor View Post
Clendening strong suit is offense. At best he might be able to in the bottom pairing so he could be sheltered from playing against the opponents best lines. If Seabrook were traded, Hjalmarsson would be able to move up to #2, but there isn't anyone to take Hhalmarsson's spot. Rozsival is RD and still OK as a #6, but no way fills Hjalmarsson's skates as the #3/#4. Trading Seabrook would transform the Hawks d-corps from arguably the best in the league to something much much less.
Thank you for the clarifications.
I stand corrected.
I believe we can agree to say you have the blessing of an abundance, but with cap reality, there is pressure to do something, so theoretically, ALL THINGS BEING EQUAL, recovering a spot is desirable and useful for you guys.
Unfortunately, even if talent was repurposed in Nash for good enough value, the bottom line is loss of Seabrook is too much,
ALL THINGS WOULD NOT BE EQUAL.

Forgive me, I tried, it was an honest effort.

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