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Which player is most likely to be traded in their career?

View Poll Results: Who is most likely to be traded in their career?
Steven Stamkos 17 15.18%
Sidney Crosby 4 3.57%
Evgeni Malkin 51 45.54%
Alexander Ovechkin 40 35.71%
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04-14-2012, 11:34 PM
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Which player is most likely to be traded in their career?

Silly idea/poll, just wanna get some opinions.

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04-15-2012, 06:50 AM
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Not Ovechkin, his cap hit is insane. Bloody insane.

Crosby is the heart and soul of the Penguins. No way.

Lightning would need to go into full rebuild mode within the next few years to even consider trading him.

Malkin is a proven stud in the regular season and in the post season and his cap hit is similar to Crosby's.... so I'll take Malkin.

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I don't see either of those guys ever being traded, but if I had to pick one it would be Malkin.

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Probably none of those. But Malkin if anyone.

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Malkin.

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Ovechkin
Sure, the cap hit is big, but he's still a very talented player and I could see a team taking a chance on him to rebound on another team.

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04-15-2012, 10:36 AM
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I would say either Ovy or Stamkos. With Malkin and Crosby on a team together they will be a contender every season, the same can't be said for the other two.

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04-15-2012, 10:59 AM
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lots of wishful thinking in this thread.

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04-15-2012, 11:53 AM
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lots of wishful thinking in this thread.
I dont think this thread is about wishing.

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I think Malkin.

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None, really. None of them.

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Ovie, if one of the ever is traded.

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Sure, the cap hit is big, but he's still a very talented player and I could see a team taking a chance on him to rebound on another team.
Rebound? Lol...

3 of these players are faces of their respective franchises.

Evgeni Malkin is not, so he is the most likely to ever be traded.

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04-15-2012, 04:32 PM
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Lightning would need to go into full rebuild mode within the next few years to even consider trading him.
Once Vinny and MSL are gone, why wouldn't they just rebuild around Stamkos? Already is one of the best in the business and he's young.

I doubt any of them. However, I'd say Malkin is the most likely out of all of them.

If Pittsburgh gets some young talent, and doesn't need the 1st and 2nd best players in the league, they'd probably stay with Crosby... However that's so unlikely and none of them will probably be traded.

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04-15-2012, 07:47 PM
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Not Ovechkin, his cap hit is insane. Bloody insane.

Crosby is the heart and soul of the Penguins. No way.

Lightning would need to go into full rebuild mode within the next few years to even consider trading him.

Malkin is a proven stud in the regular season and in the post season and his cap hit is similar to Crosby's.... so I'll take Malkin.
Yeah, and why rebuild around a 22 year old 60 goal scorer?

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04-16-2012, 06:29 PM
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Likely none of them will ever be traded, but if any it would be Malkin.

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Yeah, and why rebuild around a 22 year old 60 goal scorer?
He's done. Gotta look to the future. Stamkos has clearly peaked early, much like Ovechkin. He'll be lucky to break 45 goals ever again in his life. Trade him while his value is high.

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The only way I can see ANY of them getting traded is if:

- Crosby suffers another concussion and the Penguins lose hope in him.
- Another team still believes he can bounce back, offering a massive package for him.

Therefore, Crosby imo.

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04-16-2012, 06:56 PM
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none of them

I voted for Crosby though,if he gets broken down enough by his injuries I could see it maybe happening if they get a good enough offer

but yeah....probably none of them

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Process of elimination leaves Malkin and Ovechkin.

Ovechkin could restructure his deal but the way it is now sets him up as trade poison.

Malkin provides the most reasoning because the Penguins are deep in talent while there are teams out there willing to trade for him.


However I feel he'll become a FA before he gets traded.

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Doubt any of them get traded. Voted Ovi for the hell of it.

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