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01-14-2013, 10:35 AM
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I think any deal involving a superstar like this will wait until the trade deadline. If Anaheim is out of the playoffs by then and can't make a extension deal I would offer quite a bit for him.

Zibby, 1st round pick, Stone even that might not be enough.

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01-14-2013, 10:36 AM
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Still don't think Perry leaves but if he did I think he fetches much more than Kovy or Hossa. Keep in mind Ducks are under budget now so they could essentially trade Perry for a cap hit of less than 3 million this season if they wanted.

If he's deal it won't be for any upcoming UFA's. he would go to the team willing to do a package around a deal with a solid young player. Philly would have best chance of landing him IMO. Seriously doubt he leaves though.

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01-14-2013, 10:40 AM
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Still don't think Perry leaves but if he did I think he fetches much more than Kovy or Hossa. Keep in mind Ducks are under budget now so they could essentially trade Perry for a cap hit of less than 3 million this season if they wanted.

If he's deal it won't be for any upcoming UFA's. he would go to the team willing to do a package around a deal with a solid young player. Philly would have best chance of landing him IMO. Seriously doubt he leaves though.
Idk pitt could use him to help defeat the mighty claude giroux! Thats all that rivalry needs corey perry.

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01-14-2013, 10:44 AM
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As an Isles fan AND assuming we can sign him to an extension (otherwise the trade makes no sense):

Perry to Isles

for

Nino N
Our 2013 First
Rights to Scott Mayfield
David Ullstrom

A top line of MM, Jt and CP would be among the NHL's best, if not the best.

Also allows the Isles to keep their core younger players like Strome, Nelson, et al.

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01-14-2013, 10:48 AM
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In my mind, Anaheim has little leverage here considering he's a pending UFA and will likely (in my opinion) opt to test the market rather than re sign with the ducks, especially if they have another sub par season.

They might get a good prospect and a 1st for him at most.

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A lot. I want the Caucks to go hard after Perry, as he's exactly what we need to push us over the top.

Hopefully after the Luongo deal we'll have a few more expendable pieces to tempt Anaheim.

The only issue is that we(like most contending teams) might be reluctant to part with major roster players.

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01-14-2013, 10:58 AM
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01-14-2013, 11:11 AM
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Wow, the coach of Ceci pumps up said player.

This is new and exciting.
First, Kilrea didn't coach anyone last year (or the year before), he retired as a coach.

Second, in Kilrea's probably 40-year career in junior hockey, name me all other players he has said such things about. There aren't many, if any.

Third, Kilrea is not Ceci's agent, or his family, he doesn't have anything whatsoever to gain by pumping his tires. He is speaking the truth. Kilrea is a legend in junior hockey, probably the greatest junior hockey coach in history, and has seen Ceci play plenty. He is giving an honest opinion. If you, or anyone else on this board (me included) thinks they know more about junior hockey players than Brian Kilrea, all I can do is wonder how your ego fits through the door.

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01-14-2013, 11:22 AM
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I don't re-building teams like the Habs, Islanders or Leafs will be making splashes for Perry. They are not in the position to give up assets and certainly aren't in the shape to get deep into the playoffs. Especially as there is no guarantee that Perry would re-sign with them in the offseason. Looks like an unnecessary risk to me. I'd expect more serious contenders to be interested. Maybe someone like Washington, Pittsburgh, Boston or something along those lines.

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01-14-2013, 11:26 AM
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Wait till free agency and offer 7.5mx7yrs with a five million dollar signing bonus. Boom.

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01-14-2013, 11:29 AM
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Wait till free agency and offer 7.5mx7yrs with a five million dollar signing bonus. Boom.
The funny thing is that more than one team will offer that money. So the signing process will be a circus similar to the one with Richards or Parise.

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Gonna throw out some names I think the Ducks would have interest in, keep in mind these are lists not proposals:

-Turris, Cowen, Zibanejad, Greening

- Hamilton, Lucic

- Grigorenko, Pysyk, Ennis, Adam, Foligno

- Stepan, McDonaugh, Girardi, Hagelin, Kreider

- Nino, Strome, Hamonic

- Bennett, Sutter, Dumoulin, Harrington, Maata

- Burmistrov, Kane, Scheifele

- Couturier, B. Schenn

- A. Larsson, A. Henrique

- Bjugstad, Huberdeau, Gudbranson, Howden

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01-14-2013, 11:40 AM
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I think Perry goes for a young NHL player with medium upside, a prospect with high upside, a 2nd round pick and another roster player (likely a defenseman). An example of this could be:

Josh Bailey
Brock Nelson
2014 2nd
David Ullstrom

or

Devin Setoguchi
Mathew Dumba
2013 2nd
Justin Falk

or

Beau Bennett
Scott Harrington
Tyler Kennedy
2013 2nd



(not saying any of these will happen but that is what I think a deal for Perry would look like)

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01-14-2013, 11:42 AM
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Imo there is no way a 1st rounder would not be included in a Perry trade.

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In my mind, Anaheim has little leverage here considering he's a pending UFA and will likely (in my opinion) opt to test the market rather than re sign with the ducks, especially if they have another sub par season.

They might get a good prospect and a 1st for him at most.
So a former league MVP in his prime who has 87 goals in the last two years will return a prospect and a pick.

this thread is showing how underrated Perry is, how many league MVP's hit the trade market before their 28th birthday? crazy how undervalued he is here

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01-15-2013, 06:10 AM
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So a former league MVP in his prime who has 87 goals in the last two years will return a prospect and a pick.

this thread is showing how underrated Perry is, how many league MVP's hit the trade market before their 28th birthday? crazy how undervalued he is here
I don't think anyone is undervaluing him, but if he is unsigned, his value goes down dramatically (use the Kovalchuk trade as an example, as has been previously mentioned). No team is going to give up a first in a very deep draft, a good young NHLer and a blue chip prospect for example for what, 15 games of Perry? If he walks as a UFA, then you have just gutted your prospect pool for nothing.

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Something around krejci seems fair

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Something around krejci seems fair
If you mean straight up, no. Perry has much more value than Krejci. If you add some pretty nice value to Krejci, then I'm sure Anaheim will talk (and I say this as a Ducks hater).

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If you mean straight up, no. Perry has much more value than Krejci. If you add some pretty nice value to Krejci, then I'm sure Anaheim will talk (and I say this as a Ducks hater).
He has more value but krejci is also signed and plays a more important position and fills a hole for Anaheim. I don't see Anaheim getting a better piece for a guy about to become a ufa unless the are looking for a bunch of futures.

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If a team is allowed to talk w/ Perrys agent prior to trade? He'll snag a good haul.

Boston offers:
Krejci
Knight
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Zibanejad, Puemple, Bishop + maybe a draft pick (not first)
Don't think that would be too interesting. Zibanejad is a great piece. But Puempel is a bit of a project. Not that Bishop doesn't have value, but his subjective value to us isn't nearly as high as to a team that has more of a need than us. I'd have to believe we'd be looking for something that looks different.

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Doesn't make sense, really. Value is not a problem, but there's teams in position to trade away UFAs at the deadline, and there's teams in position to add UFAs. If the Ducks feel they'll be in position to trade one away, they won't acquire one (unless it's a cap necessity to facilitate the deal they like best).

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In my mind, Anaheim has little leverage here considering he's a pending UFA and will likely (in my opinion) opt to test the market rather than re sign with the ducks, especially if they have another sub par season.

They might get a good prospect and a 1st for him at most.
Your rationalisation on leverage doesn't really translate into reality, though. It's a fair argument for virtually every rental that has ever been dealt. Still, there has always been significantly higher prices paid for such premier rentals. The leverage that comes from a big market (plenty teams interested) has always been meaningful enough to create higher prices than that. No need to expect that to change if it came to that.

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Something around krejci seems fair
Probably, but it would be a very atypical deal for a UFA to be.

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Gonna throw out some names I think the Ducks would have interest in, keep in mind these are lists not proposals:

-Turris, Cowen, Zibanejad, Greening

- Hamilton, Lucic

- Grigorenko, Pysyk, Ennis, Adam, Foligno

- Stepan, McDonaugh, Girardi, Hagelin, Kreider

- Nino, Strome, Hamonic

- Bennett, Sutter, Dumoulin, Harrington, Maata

- Burmistrov, Kane, Scheifele

- Couturier, B. Schenn

- A. Larsson, A. Henrique

- Bjugstad, Huberdeau, Gudbranson, Howden
I would do something around Ennis, Stafford+ for a signed Perry (the + would obviously have to be something significant like Sekera or McNabb)

Top 6 next year
Vanek Hodgson Pominville
Foligno Grigorenko Perry


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Philadelphia offers

Coburn + Voracek + Wellwood + 1st

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I would do something around Ennis, Stafford+ for a signed Perry (the + would obviously have to be something significant like Sekera or McNabb)

Top 6 next year
Vanek Hodgson Pominville
Foligno Grigorenko Perry
A signed Perry fetches far more than that. Nothing against Ennis, Stafford, etc. but the deal would at least have to center around Hodgson.

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