So what you aying is that Subban is one of the top 3 best dmen in the world ok then
What's your point? You wouldn't trade Dougie for someone who's already proven to be of the best defensive d-man in the game and is also great offensively too? I think alot of gm's would trade a great prospect for someone who's already proven himself to be one of the best d-man in the league.
I get the feeling that Dougie Hamilton would have to be a part of this deal and he should if Subban is going to Boston and I am a Bruins fan. I also think that Hamilton has a chance to be better than Subban, it's not written in stone or anything, but he has a chance. Subban also has a chance to be better than he has been so far, actually I think I expect that from him.
I'm not sure what Boston would have to add to Hamilton to get Subban, but it would require an addition.
Right on, to me they are still prospects since they are not top 6
apart Markov and Bouillon (injury prone) and Gorges.
If their prospects like Tinordi would be so good they would play
In the first 5 games...
You can still be a prospect and play in the big league btw....
What? It's called developing a d-man. And btw none of our d-men playing in the NHL right now are considered prospects... as I've said before we aren't low on prospects we're low on capable NHL d-men right now especially with Subban not signed.
So Bruins give up 2LW, 2C and good prospect Stay-at-Home D-man to acquire a potential franchise D-man (with the mean attitude Bruins love), a good 3C (to allow Seguin to move up) and a 2nd in what looks like a deep draft, that could be a high 2nd.
I can't remember if Bergeron or Marchand have said one way or the other how they'd feel about playing for the Habs (it's not for everyone, especially francophones), but this is a huge boost to the grittiness and speed that the Habs are looking for in their top 6.
The loss of PK would be hard, but the Habs have their PMD back in Markov, and have options in the system, not to mention a deep draft upcoming. The Habs will be in a position where they can move Plekanec at the deadline to get their 2nd back, with interest (as he'll be expendable with Galchenyuk ready to grow into the 1C role and a high-end C prospect available in the draft).
Boston certainly looks like the winner at the on-set, because the tandem of Chara and PK would be terrifying, but the loss of Marchand and Bergeron would not go unnoticed.
This trade speaks to areas of strength for both teams though.
What does everyone else think?
A BIG NO From both sides...PK Is great and i think hes worth alot but PK, Eller and a 2nd would never get Hamilton(Tons of Hype and Potential), Marchand, and a star like Bergeron who is proven...and Habs want to keep Subban.