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05-29-2013, 02:36 PM
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What if we sent someone like Ryan Howse back the other way? He's turning 22, and though he hit a rough patch, is only 2 seasons removed from 51g, 83pt in 70 game campaign in the dub. Still one year left on his contract:

To CLB: Cammalleri + Howse

To CGY: Atkinson + 2013 2nd
I think that the time to trade Cammy is going to be at the deadline next year. The Flames objective is still going to be to compete for the playoffs, so until they are "out" they will hold onto him I think.

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I think that the time to trade Cammy is going to be at the deadline next year. The Flames objective is still going to be to compete for the playoffs, so until they are "out" they will hold onto him I think.
The objective is to compete - not to be successful.

Boom. Lawyer-ed.


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05-29-2013, 03:28 PM
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that is the term and dollars for the full contract. Butler 2 year @ 4 million would be 2 million per. Brodie would be 2.5 million per.

also both of those trades were ones discussed and agreed upon by myself and the fans of those teams over the last little while, so while they might be optimistic, they have some merit.
Keep booth and Ballard far far away from this team. Booth is a soft bandaid, and Ballard is a duster. This has nothing to do with them being former Canucks I just think they are very average players at best. Booth might be above average but who cares when he only plays 15 games a year.

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I highly doubt that Pulock will be available after pick 15.
He has fallen in the central scouting rankings, his mid-season rank was 6th and now he is down to 12th among North American skaters. I think Euro skaters like Ristolainen, & Wennberg could easily go ahead of him too. So that would leave him around 17th and I believe guys who drop in the Central Scouting rankings like that are the ones more likely to slide on draft day. But tha is just my opinion.

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He has fallen in the central scouting rankings, his mid-season rank was 6th and now he is down to 12th among North American skaters. I think Euro skaters like Ristolainen, & Wennberg could easily go ahead of him too. So that would leave him around 17th and I believe guys who drop in the Central Scouting rankings like that are the ones more likely to slide on draft day. But tha is just my opinion.
If we somehow got Pulock with our Stl pick I would be ecstatic. Hes probably my favorite defender in this draft.

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If we somehow got Pulock with our Stl pick I would be ecstatic. Hes probably my favorite defender in this draft.
I don't think it is likely but IMO it's a (slim) possibility. I think he goes 19th or 20th

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I don't know if its frowned upon for fans of other teams to post here. If it is I'll post in the main trade forum.

What would it cost col for cgy to move down 10 spots to 32nd? Any interest there or would it take a large overpay?

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I don't know if its frowned upon for fans of other teams to post here. If it is I'll post in the main trade forum.

What would it cost col for cgy to move down 10 spots to 32nd? Any interest there or would it take a large overpay?
It is more likely we move down from 28 than 22. I would probably want Stefan Elliott and we add a later pick but I doubt that flys.

I think 28 for 32 + a couple of later picks would work.

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28 for 32 + 3rd (93?)

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28 for 32 + 3rd (93?)
Our 4th would be 93, 3rd 63. I could see us swapping 32 for 28 as a last second deal on draft day if the avs see somebody they're really high on start to fall down the board.


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28 for 32 + 3rd (93?)
Yea that seems about right to me.

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I'm not very good with proposals but I want to give this a shot. Not sure if San Jose does it but:
To Calgary:
Joe Pavelski

To San Jose:
Tanguay
Brossoit
Ferland
2nd round pick 2014

What's the value like? Good or bad?

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I'm not very good with proposals but I want to give this a shot. Not sure if San Jose does it but:
To Calgary:
Joe Pavelski

To San Jose:
Tanguay
Brossoit
Ferland
2nd round pick 2014

What's the value like? Good or bad?
SJ is stacked with goalies so Brossoit probably is worthless to them. Tanguay is a nice piece but they want depth and really it is a 1-1 swap of Pavelski for Tanguay for the next few years so that is a big down grade I don't this happens.

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SJ is stacked with goalies so Brossoit probably is worthless to them. Tanguay is a nice piece but they want depth and really it is a 1-1 swap of Pavelski for Tanguay for the next few years so that is a big down grade I don't this happens.
What about a package of:
28th overall pick (or 22nd?)
2nd Round pick 2014
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What about a package of:
28th overall pick
2nd Round pick 2014
Tanguay
Ferland
That's probably better but I think it would take
Tanguay
Stempniak
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That's probably better but I think it would take
Tanguay
Stempniak
28th pick
I think that could get it done. Might have to be the 22nd instead of 28th though.

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Our 4th would be 93, 3rd 63. I could see us swapping 32 for 28 as a last second deal on draft day if the avs see somebody they're really high on start to fall down the board.
meant to say 4th

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how about wilds 2nd for markus granlund and our 4th

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how about wilds 2nd for markus granlund and our 4th
I love Granlund but I would do it.

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how about wilds 2nd for markus granlund and our 4th
I would do it but I don't think Minnesota does it. Markus Granlund is a second round pick himself that hasn't overally done a lot to prove he is worth more than what he is. In theory we give up a 2nd + a 4th for 2 2nds. That wouldn't happen

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I would do it but I don't think Minnesota does it. Markus Granlund is a second round pick himself that hasn't overally done a lot to prove he is worth more than what he is. In theory we give up a 2nd + a 4th for 2 2nds. That wouldn't happen
They may want to bring Granlund to play with his brother (they have some great chemistry) and I wouldn't move him for just 1 2nd. It might end up being Granlund + 3rd for 2 2nds.

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Do you think the Flames would have any interest in obtaining Mikhail Grabovski?

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Do you think the Flames would have any interest in obtaining Mikhail Grabovski?
At 29, and given we have guys who do pretty much the same thing he does, it's iffy tbh. Frankly, though, he might be the cheapest way to add another skilled centre I can think of. What do the Leafs think his value is right now?

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Do you think the Flames would have any interest in obtaining Mikhail Grabovski?
For free maybe, but given his contract and the fact that he isn't the type of player we want (also rather redundant with Stajan already here) we would have no interest in giving anything of value for him.

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For free maybe, but given his contract and the fact that he isn't the type of player we want (also rather redundant with Stajan already here) we would have no interest in giving anything of value for him.
When I think about it, the few flashed of Grabo I've seen in Leafs games this past year made me think he's more offensively skilled than Stajan. If we add him, we could have Backlund-Grabovski-Stajan down the middle. We need someone to fill that spot as our third centre, so it might as well be him if the Leafs are looking to get rid of his contract.

It wouldn't be a move that would really help us in the future, though, so it might need to be worked into an exchange of youth as well to make it worth our while. Perhaps this is the sort of deal Feaster was talking about with helping other teams out of bad contracts in order to gain assets.

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