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03-24-2005, 10:17 PM
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Mogilny's trade value?

Just curious. What would the leafs want.

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03-24-2005, 10:31 PM
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Isn't he a UFA?

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Unrestricted free agent.

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Rock bottom.

no one would trade anything significant for him considering

1) a CAP is likely to be in place

2) he's had 2 hip surgeries and

3) UFA

He's defifntly skilled and I only hope he returns at 100% whether he's a Leaf or not, but his trade value has got to be lower then dirt right now.

if in the new CBA they agree that current ocntracts are not lost from last year(IE if you became a UFA on July 1st 2005 it rolls back to July 1st 2006) then at least Let Mogilny play and get that trade value up again.

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With his hip problems I would probably stay away from him. He's still good but not getting any younger.

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With his hip problems I would probably stay away from him. He's still good but not getting any younger.
Exactly my point.

I said similar things in "Dan Blackburn value" threads.

could Mogilny pay off if a team got him? oh hell yeah, if he returns at 100% he is worth a bit.

but he's not 100%, no one knows if he will return to his old form, and even then you have to look at his age, his contract, and the finacial situation of the league upon a new CBA, assuming it came back at 42.5 de-linked cap I can not see Mogilny catching anything more then Futures.

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Alexander Mogilny will be one of those guys that won't return to the Leafs........they'll have a vastly different lineup whenever they (NHL) decide to resume play.

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Alexander Mogilny will be one of those guys that won't return to the Leafs........they'll have a vastly different lineup whenever they (NHL) decide to resume play.
the only differences between the last lineup and the new one we will see are reichel, renberg, mogilny, nieuwendyk, and maybe nolan if they buy him out

expect to see allison on the leafs lineup though.

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the only differences between the last lineup and the new one we will see are reichel, renberg, mogilny, nieuwendyk, and maybe nolan if they buy him out

expect to see allison on the leafs lineup though.
Wont Roberts follow Nieuwendyk? I thought at one point they were trying to sign somewhere together

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Dafoe and Allison to the Leafs, and Kariya (?!?) to the Flyers, if the current Eklund-based rumor is correct.

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the only differences between the last lineup and the new one we will see are reichel, renberg, mogilny, nieuwendyk, and maybe nolan if they buy him out

expect to see allison on the leafs lineup though.
Toronto have 8 players signed for 2005-6 and over $35m committed to those 8. Even after rollback they won't have much cap space left.

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If Toronto wouldn't make the play-offs and decide to rebuild, he could be traded at the deadline for a nice prospect or pick. Don't think someone would go for him before that. Plus he plays on Toronto's topline. Do they have a substitute for him?

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I wouldn't mind the canucks inquiring if he's interested in signing with them when hockey resumes, and if the canucks can fit it in their payroll.

He won't be making close to the salary he had before, and with Palffy and Murray he's probably going to be in the 2nd tier of top right wingers available in free agency... plus with his health question marks, he might not have a market for a higher salary.

I still think though that he'd be a good addition to the canucks... he didn't leave on bad terms, and was traded because of a rebuilding program, but prior to that he did sign a long term deal with the canucks... now the canucks are again competitive and Mogilny actually fits the team with the needs we have, unlike the first time he was acquired.... he's an offensive right winger, which is exactly what this team needs right now, and probably better now suited as the #2 RW, instead of the top spot on the team. IMO he'd be a great fit with the Sedins, and could help them take another step in their development.

While his health is a concern, I think the canucks can gamble on this... King is ready to jump into the lineup in a bigger role, as is Kesler (who can play RW)... Cooke is fine when needed in a top 6 role as well on the right side... can even rest Mogilny for a lot of the season, and make sure he's ready for the playoffs, as he won't be relied on as much during the season for offense... this gamble though saves the team money, cause otherwise he'd be a lot more attractive to most teams in the league as a UFA.

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03-26-2005, 11:50 AM
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If Toronto wouldn't make the play-offs and decide to rebuild, he could be traded at the deadline for a nice prospect or pick. Don't think someone would go for him before that. Plus he plays on Toronto's topline. Do they have a substitute for him?
his contract is done with the Leafs, making him a UFA.... guess they'll have to find a substitute for him!

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Just curious. What would the leafs want.
As Mogilny is a UFA, he has no trade value currently for Toronto as he's not Leaf property. Now Vancouver might be willing to offer the Leafs Jovanovski, Kesler and two first round draft picks for Toronto's promise that the Leafs will not try to re-sign Mogilny once the NHL starts up again.

Then again, they might not.

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I wouldn't mind the canucks inquiring if he's interested in signing with them when hockey resumes, and if the canucks can fit it in their payroll.
IMO he'd be a much, much better solution than Kariya. I think he'd fit in perfectly with the Sedins and make that a very viable 2nd line.

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As Mogilny is a UFA, he has no trade value currently for Toronto as he's not Leaf property. Now Vancouver might be willing to offer the Leafs Jovanovski, Kesler and two first round draft picks for Toronto's promise that the Leafs will not try to re-sign Mogilny once the NHL starts up again.

Then again, they might not.
I think he'll be back in the white and blue or retire...

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How about "future considerations"?

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draper vs mogilny

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I know they don't need him but it would be cool to see mogilny back in buffalo

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Mogilny may never again be able to walk properly, and with his 'non-passion' for the game forget about him ever playing hockey again.

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He should go back to New Jersey. He and Gomez played well together.

Elias Gomez Mogilny

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as a free agent, it wouldn't surprise me if he signed in LA or Anahiem. He likes the area, and goes there in the offseason - used to have a home there (not sure if he still does).

Gives him a chance to have his family in his off-season home, and could be a good way to finish off his career, and then retire a year or so later.

If Palffy signs elsewhere, Mogilny could be a good cheaper UFA signing for them... always seemed to be a good personality to have around younger players

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Originally Posted by Hi-wayman
As Mogilny is a UFA, he has no trade value currently for Toronto as he's not Leaf property. Now Vancouver might be willing to offer the Leafs Jovanovski, Kesler and two first round draft picks for Toronto's promise that the Leafs will not try to re-sign Mogilny once the NHL starts up again.

Then again, they might not.
I'm sure the Leafs could hold out for at least a 2nd rounder in that package

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