What I want to add is : no point for the Panthers to do this unless a prospect forward is added in the deal (and one of those third's is at least a second rounder). The Panthers do not need anymore Dmen prospects, especially sacrificing two higher end goalie prospects in the process.
Its never a bad thing to have depth in net so it doesn't make a lot of sense for Florida to deal away depth. You never know how prospects might progress or regress so it doesn't make sense to trade away depth until someone proves they deserve to take the starting position and take it for a long time. Look at how long MTL held on to their #1 or how LA is holding on to theirs... perfect examples of why you don't want to trade away depth in net until you make the decision of who will be in net for the future (or actually forced to make that decision due to cap reasons).
its a trade proposal acquiring goalie prospects which the hawks need. not in national hockey league talk is goalie depth important? see the differance.
Um, No ... I don't see a difference either. We are talking about an NHL team trading a few non goaltender assets (picks and prospects) for prospect goaltenders.
This is spot on related to goaltender depth.
Honestly if i am Chicago I don't make this move and if pushed in no way do I overpay.
Every team has goaltending prospects every year. With great regularity after a few years have passed over 95% of them end up at a bartending school near you