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12-26-2012, 06:50 PM
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Yakupov + for Galchenyuk ?
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Don't count on it.
The Habs would love to have Yakupov, but they have more of a need for Galchenyuk, and IMO Galchenyuk could turn out to be the better player.

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12-26-2012, 06:51 PM
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Yakupov + 6th round for Galchenyuk?
Yakupov for Subban and Galchenyuk.

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I'd consider Yakupov + Horcoff for Huberdeau + Bjugstad + Not so huge cap dump.

Otherwise no way in hell.
Are you out of your mind?

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Yakupov for Subban and Galchenyuk.
Seriously, what? Subban is more valuable than Yakupov and I personally value Galchenyuk more.

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Seriously, what? Subban is more valuable than Yakupov and I personally value Galchenyuk more.
He was joking.

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12-26-2012, 07:23 PM
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What about Galchenyuk instead of Huberdeau?



Alex Galchenyuk 6'2 200 pounds
Jon Huberdeau 6'1 177 pounds
no ****ing thanks. you can keep yakupov

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12-26-2012, 07:24 PM
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Yakupov for Subban and Galchenyuk.
keep smokin' that Edmonton parsley

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12-26-2012, 07:28 PM
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While in a vacuum, this seems like an almost even trade. I could understand oiler fans wanting a little extra thrown in to make the balance out. I. Reality there is almost no chance the panthers consider this deal. huberdeau has over a year in the panthers system, and has shown the panthers nothing but good things during his time in the organization. No reason to change course now just for the sake of making a move for a guy who had a higher draft pedigree but hasn't spent a year having every game evaluated by the organization

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12-26-2012, 07:56 PM
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If there were some guarantee Huberdeau could play centre at the NHL level then the proposal would certainly be worth considering, but every indication is he will play wing.

If we're looking for the home run centre I'd rather see how the draft lottery plays out (totally banking on no season). If a team already possessing a good 1-2 punch won the lottery (CAR, PIT) I would dangle Yak + 1st for MacKinnon.

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12-26-2012, 08:00 PM
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According to most hockey experts, Yakupov was in a class by himself in his draft, then it was a crap shoot who ever went next. Just because Huberdeau was drafted a couple position later is not a good bases for a argument.
They weren't in the same draft class so why does it matter that people thought Yakupov was the best player in his draft class?

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12-26-2012, 08:05 PM
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Yakupov for Subban and Galchenyuk.
At least Yakupov has value and it's not Gagner, Hemsky and some other garbage.

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12-26-2012, 10:02 PM
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As soon as the Canada vs Germany game ended, I KNEW someone would make this thread.

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12-26-2012, 10:08 PM
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Good luck getting Florida to agree to that.
LOL did I sound hopeful? Why should I care about what Florida thinks. Do you think I'd actually be crazy enough to WANT to see Yakupov traded?

With that proposal Edmonton sheds some salary and loads up on depth at center. The pieces coming back can fight with Gagner and Lander for spots at center and the losers can move their ***** over to the wing.

Yakupov, Eberle, Hall and Hopkins are equally important to our organization because they're all totally different players. They each bring something amazingly different to the table. It's going to cost an arm and a leg to land either of them.

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12-26-2012, 11:18 PM
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I like Huberdeau more than Yakupov, but in reality Yakupov brings more to the Oilers than Huberdeau would.

And I highly doubt Tallon would trade away a North American skater.

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12-27-2012, 06:22 AM
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As soon as the Canada vs Germany game ended, I KNEW someone would make this thread.
yup
*rolls eyes*

we should bet the farm on some kid named cogliano...he was a stunner in the WJHC...that guarantees success in the NHL.

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12-27-2012, 11:02 AM
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If Yak was playing in the CHL he would be ripping it up, he is producing very good in the KHL.

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12-27-2012, 02:06 PM
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What about Galchenyuk instead of Huberdeau?



Alex Galchenyuk 6'2 200 pounds
Jon Huberdeau 6'1 177 pounds
Habs would politely decline. We need a big talented center far more than we need a smallish winger. Edmonton would have to add and that ends the discussion. As such, it is a no go.

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12-27-2012, 02:09 PM
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Not in a swap for each other , dammit!



Yakupov for a package including Galchenyuk.
What? Seriously? That package would need to be Yakupov + for Galchenyuk. Yes, I am being serious. No, Edmonton would not do it. Thus, no deal.

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12-27-2012, 02:13 PM
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Yakupov + 6th round for Galchenyuk?
No, no, no.

We do not need Yakupov over Galchenyuk. Our team NEEDS make Galchenyuk the perfect fit. Yakupov is a great talent, but he is a secondary need behind what we get from Galchenyuk. A 6th would not be the right "+" to get Galchenyuk. The Oilers would not trade Yakupov for Galchenyuk straight up or they would have simply drafted Galchenyuk. Montreal took the player they most needed, and the player they should have taken even if they had the 1st overall pick. There is no trade to be had here that either team would accept.

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12-27-2012, 02:15 PM
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The Habs would love to have Yakupov, but they have more of a need for Galchenyuk, and IMO Galchenyuk could turn out to be the better player.
100% correct. Thank you.

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12-27-2012, 02:15 PM
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Yakupov for Subban and Galchenyuk.
Galchenyuk for RNH and Yakupov.

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12-27-2012, 02:26 PM
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What? Seriously? That package would need to be Yakupov + for Galchenyuk. Yes, I am being serious. No, Edmonton would not do it. Thus, no deal.
Sorry to hear that because it makes zero sense. Gally gets three whole points in a blowout and Yak insults the Canadian team so now I guess Yakupov sucks right? You people blow my mind.

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12-27-2012, 02:27 PM
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Galchenyuk for RNH and Yakupov.
Touche!

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12-27-2012, 02:29 PM
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LOL did I sound hopeful? Why should I care about what Florida thinks. Do you think I'd actually be crazy enough to WANT to see Yakupov traded?

With that proposal Edmonton sheds some salary and loads up on depth at center. The pieces coming back can fight with Gagner and Lander for spots at center and the losers can move their ***** over to the wing.

Yakupov, Eberle, Hall and Hopkins are equally important to our organization because they're all totally different players. They each bring something amazingly different to the table. It's going to cost an arm and a leg to land either of them.
If you do not want Yakupov traded to such a degree, then don't post in a thread trying to trade Yakupov. If you don't care what Panthers fans think, then don't post in a trade thread involving Panthers' players. Seriously, why just jump in and throw out a garbage offer like that and then get all pissy when you are called on it?

With your proposal you completely rip off Florida, so of course you think it is a great deal. Strangely enough, when trading with another team you need to consider what the other team wants in a deal. If that is not something you want to do, don't make a proposal just to get people to sound off against it.

Saying it will cost an "arm and a leg" for your stars is great. You do realize that the same is true of ALL teams young stars, right?

The Panthers would laugh at the offer and hang up.

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12-27-2012, 02:31 PM
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I'd consider Yakupov + Horcoff for Huberdeau + Bjugstad + Not so huge cap dump.

Otherwise no way in hell.
Florida laughs, and then hangs up..

Yakupov for Huberdeau is pretty fair, but I'd keep Hubs. Like people say, he can play both center and wing, and he doesn't have the russian factor and attitude. Yakupov is too selfish at times, not a teamplayer liker Huberdeau.

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