That bottom six is just unbelievable. The whole situation gets so much easier to live with once Nash, Callahan, and Hagelin are in. I really hope this thing with Hank blows over soon. Until then, though.... ugh.
What's the deal with Nash? Any updates? Does it seem like a season type of thing? We need him for team Canada and my fantasy team.
Just read season initially and my heart sunk lol. Don't think there'll be any updates until next week, seems weekly at this point. At this point it looks like he's not even been working out, but we still have realistically 3 months until the Olympics, so he has time. I'm sure if he gets games before new years, Stevie Y will still name him to the team, can't go without him. Checking this thread everyday lool.
Last edited by habsrule4eva3089: 10-24-2013 at 11:10 PM.
Gaustad was on pace for 25 points the year he was traded.
Brian Boyle has 2 points in 7 games, over 82 games that's 25 points which is about his average.
Gaustad is an animal in the face-off dot. 56.8%
Brian Boyle is 53.8% right now.
Both hit, PK and provide great size down the middle.
Gaustad is a little more skilled I would say but I wouldn't say they are that different.
Paul Gaustad for a 1st (actual trade was Gaustad & a 4th for a 1st) was a historical overpayment. Using this as a baseline for any player's worth is a fool's errand.
Regardless, while there is historical compatibles for trades, the trade market is 100% independent from past trade deadlines each year based on the market. Either way, a 2nd for Boyle is the most realistic scenario, anything more is unrealistic/greedy.