So Radulov is still a RFA for the next 2 years, rights owned by Nashville.
After this year's on-ice and off-ice playoff events by Radulov (I do believe many people were disapointed in him), I was wondering how much would Nashville demand in exchange for their right. Obviously, if nashville has no intention of signing Alexander and just want to see him gone to Russia, they probably wouldn't put that high of a price on his head.
Obviously, there are 2 kinds of trades that could be struct by Nashville:
- Trade of rights with payment only if Radulov do sign with the other party. Since no risk is beared by the other trading team, this kind of deal would probably fetch a higher price for Radulov. But Nashville would have to make sure they trade the rights to a team Radulov want to sign with.
- Trade the rights, with payment secured no matter Radulov's behavior. In that case, Nashville could only hope to get a minimum return.
What do you think? Any idea how much teams would be ready to pay, or how much Nashville would demand for Radulov's rights?