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Detroit's #1 plus smith for your top 10 pick

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04-17-2013, 06:26 AM
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Detroit's #1 plus smith for your top 10 pick

detroits looking to have a pick in the 13-18 range but wants to move into the top 10 to grab a center or goal scoring winger (such as monahan, barkov, lindholm). teams that might have that kind of pick and need help on defense include Philly and Edmonton. are there other teams out there? if you're a fan of these teams, does this kind of trade interest you? brendan smith has been disappointing this year but has at least second pairing/1st pp unit potential.

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04-17-2013, 06:35 AM
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Oilers accept this offer, as long as the fab 5, our core, the young guns aren't in the proposal wel will do it.

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The Flyers would as well.

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04-17-2013, 08:11 AM
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This is similar to the Flyers pick for PHX + Rundblad.

But they need to stop winning...

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04-17-2013, 09:42 AM
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As a Tampa fan I would do it, IF the pick is in the top15 and Tampa is not in the top 6.

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so your saying smith didn't turn out to be a lidstrom replacement?

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so your saying smith didn't turn out to be a lidstrom replacement?
Shocker, eh.

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04-17-2013, 11:06 AM
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so exactly how high of a pick would you need? i don't think youre getting any of the prospects you want at 9/10

I'd have no problem sending the 7/8 for that package, higher might be iffy.

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detroits looking to have a pick in the 13-18 range but wants to move into the top 10 to grab a center or goal scoring winger (such as monahan, barkov, lindholm). teams that might have that kind of pick and need help on defense include Philly and Edmonton. are there other teams out there? if you're a fan of these teams, does this kind of trade interest you? brendan smith has been disappointing this year but has at least second pairing/1st pp unit potential.
I would say the Oilers past . The way we are dropping in the standings We can get our much needed 2 C with size . With our young D coming up i think with a big 2 C and redo our bottom 6 . We will be a much better team . The we can trade Gagner for a D man to do use for a while . Get Potter the **** off the Ice


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Haha @ OP. Patience, man!

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detroits looking to have a pick in the 13-18 range but wants to move into the top 10 to grab a center or goal scoring winger (such as monahan, barkov, lindholm). teams that might have that kind of pick and need help on defense include Philly and Edmonton. are there other teams out there? if you're a fan of these teams, does this kind of trade interest you? brendan smith has been disappointing this year but has at least second pairing/1st pp unit potential.
What are you thinking? Why would the Wings give away Smith to move up less than 10 picks in the draft? Ken Holland would never do it.

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As a Tampa fan I would do it, IF the pick is in the top15 and Tampa is not in the top 6.
I'm not sure the Wings do it unless Lindholm/Monahan are still there.

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so your saying smith didn't turn out to be a lidstrom replacement?
He never was supposed to be the Lidstrom replacement. I don't know of any Wings fans on this site that we're parading him around calling him the next Lidstrom.

I think most of us expected him to be an okay #4/5 this year who should end up advancing to a #3/4 by the end of the year. He got hurt and it through off his development a bit. I'm still high on him & I still think he can become a top pairing defender in this league. There aren't many defenders in this league who have the potential to be a mean, offensive #2 dman.

I would consider moving him for a pick in the top 10 depending on who's left. They'd have to be a forward, and it'd more than likely have to be for one of Lindholm/Barkov/Nichushkin. While D should become a position of strength in the next 2-3 years it's still very much an NHL level weakness so we can't go trading away our best & brightest piece for anything less then for someone that has a shot at being a #1C.

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What are you thinking? Why would the Wings give away Smith to move up less than 10 picks in the draft? Ken Holland would never do it.
Because in 2-3 years Smith may become expendable and we don't have a prospect with a legit chance at being a #1C. Jarnkrok hopefully will become our #2, Sheahan I'd like to see more of in the AHL but he could be a weak #2/strong #3 for us. If/when Datsyuk leaves we only have 2-3 maybe 4 years of #1C production from Z. If we can trade an asset to fill a hole it kinda makes sense.

However we are filling a hole we may not even have while creating another one in the present so the Wings brass better sure of whoever they pick with the pick.

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so your saying smith didn't turn out to be a lidstrom replacement?
He turned out to be a Rookie Dman. What a tragedy.

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Detroit passes on this

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If this can move them up into the 6-10 range and Lindholm is still on the board I'd do it (and I'm a massive fan of Smith), the Wing's prospect pool is very deep on the back-end and Smith may be expendable in a few years especially with Kindl's marked improvement this season. Detroit's prospects with legit top 6 center potential starts and ends with Jarnkrok and that just won't do with Z's decline and Pavel's uncertain future.

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I'm not sure the Wings do it unless Lindholm/Monahan are still there.



He never was supposed to be the Lidstrom replacement. I don't know of any Wings fans on this site that we're parading him around calling him the next Lidstrom.

I think most of us expected him to be an okay #4/5 this year who should end up advancing to a #3/4 by the end of the year. He got hurt and it through off his development a bit. I'm still high on him & I still think he can become a top pairing defender in this league. There aren't many defenders in this league who have the potential to be a mean, offensive #2 dman.

I would consider moving him for a pick in the top 10 depending on who's left. They'd have to be a forward, and it'd more than likely have to be for one of Lindholm/Barkov/Nichushkin. While D should become a position of strength in the next 2-3 years it's still very much an NHL level weakness so we can't go trading away our best & brightest piece for anything less then for someone that has a shot at being a #1C.
I'm thinking the draft goes:
1 jones
2 McKinnon
3 drouin
4 nichukin
5 Barlov
6 lindholm
7 monahan

at worst. a few dmen will probably be sprinkled in so Detroit can safely get at least monahan at 8-10

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Because in 2-3 years Smith may become expendable and we don't have a prospect with a legit chance at being a #1C. Jarnkrok hopefully will become our #2, Sheahan I'd like to see more of in the AHL but he could be a weak #2/strong #3 for us. If/when Datsyuk leaves we only have 2-3 maybe 4 years of #1C production from Z. If we can trade an asset to fill a hole it kinda makes sense.

However we are filling a hole we may not even have while creating another one in the present so the Wings brass better sure of whoever they pick with the pick.
thanks for posting my reply better than I could have...

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detroits looking to have a pick in the 13-18 range but wants to move into the top 10 to grab a center or goal scoring winger (such as monahan, barkov, lindholm). teams that might have that kind of pick and need help on defense include Philly and Edmonton. are there other teams out there? if you're a fan of these teams, does this kind of trade interest you? brendan smith has been disappointing this year but has at least second pairing/1st pp unit potential.
Give me a break Smith Is'nt going anywhere, Smith played a partial season last year and is pretty much playing a half of season this year and your already going to say that he's playing disappointingly He's still young and pretty much a rookie. The only way that Smith is traded is for a monster package like part of a deal to get either Weber and or Yandle. Detroit has put to much time and effort just to let Smith go now.

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As an Oilers fan would definitely do this if pick is 4-10... Smith is something we could use and we have other picks to package with the 1st to move up again... we seem to like Bo Horvat and Lazar and with prospect depth we can give up those 2nds easier than other teams to get our guy while also getting Smith

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I'm thinking the draft goes:
1 jones
2 McKinnon
3 drouin
4 nichukin
5 Barlov
6 lindholm
7 monahan

at worst. a few dmen will probably be sprinkled in so Detroit can safely get at least monahan at 8-10
I'm not 100% sure which way the draft goes either, I think with there being so many high end players that it may come down to need. If we were to use todays standings my rough draft would be something like this:

1. Florida - Mackinnon
2. Colorado - Jones
3. Calgary - Drouin
4. Carolina - Lindholm/Barkov
5. Nashivlle - Lindholm/Barkov
6. Tampa Bay - Nichushkin
7. Edmonton - Nurse/Monahan
8. New Jersey - Shinkaruk
9. Philadelphia - Nurse/Zadorov
10. Buffalo - Ristolainen

So in order for us to get that #1C prospect we'd have to trade up to 4/5th overall, or hope that Lindholm/Barkov drop. I'm not a huge fan of Monahan's I don't think enough of the offense will translate to the NHL so instead of being a #1C he'll be more of J.Staal, 55-65 points a year while being a big body that can be used in any situation. I wouldn't give up Smith+our 1st for him.

The other problem is that Nashville needs an offensive star so they won't be moving there pick & I believe Carolina also could use some offensive depth in their pool. I'm not sure that either team would be tempted by that offer, perhaps something around Nyquist+1st could work but who knows.



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thanks for posting my reply better than I could have...


You're welcome. I can see the logic behind it and while I'm not sure if I would do it I'd be willing to explore the options to see what we could get.

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I'm not sure the Wings do it unless Lindholm/Monahan are still there.
Well, I think both/ at least one will be available after the #6 pick. I expect Nishuchkin and Nurse to go in front of them and those are the guys Tampa will look for the most, that's why I said #6.

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24 year old Dman not an allstar after 42 total NHL games played? Trade him to move up a few spots in the draft. Can't argue with that logic.

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Only if we get Jones otherwise I keep smith and hope pulock falls to our pick.

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so your saying smith didn't turn out to be a lidstrom replacement?
Once again, because a guy didnt step in as a rookie and be Lidstrom, some Detroit fans are willing to throw him out to move up 7-10 spaces in a draft.

Very short way of thinking.

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