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04-17-2017, 08:46 PM
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it makes sense for both teams but it was bad value for ottawa definitely

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No. Brassard is taking it to another level in the playoffs. He's showing why the Sens traded for him
Exactly. He's Messier in the playoffs.

Rangers do something stupid. More at 11.

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it makes sense for both teams but it was bad value for ottawa definitely
When the Rangers fans are saying they want Brass back, and the Sens fans are saying they want to keep Brass, at some point this statement becomes untrue.

I'm not going to argue the Sens won the trade. I will argue if you say that they lost they trade, or that this was a bad trade for them value wise.

Zibby is a very lackadaisical player who won't necessarily hurt you, but won't win you big games either. Hes the polar opposite of Brassard (in the playoffs). Based on what I've seen of Brass in 4 PO games, I'd do this trade 10 times out of 10 again.


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While I like the trade for the sens. I also think Mika also has shown that x-factor in his career (WJC OT winner!), he will come good for the Rangers.

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No. Brassard is taking it to another level in the playoffs. He's showing why the Sens traded for him
Another huge game.

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I criticized Brass during the regular season, but he's bringing it right now.

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Brassard will cost Ottawa $11m over 3 seasons. In that 3rd season both Mark Stone (RFA) and Kyle Turris (UFA) will be getting big raises. In a cap/budget world it makes sense to look ahead in time. Sure - Mika is probably going to be scoring more 2 years from now ... but if Ottawa kept him, gave him $5m+ per year and then lost Turris it would have been a net loss.

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04-17-2017, 11:18 PM
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Brassard is a much better all around player than Mika:

At 6í1Ē and 202 lbs., Derick Brassard is a decently sized physical two-way centre with great skating and offensive ability. He has spent his NHL career between the Columbus Blue Jackets and the New York Rangers. Mr. Brassard, the 6th overall selection in 2006, was traded to the Rangers in a 2013 multi-player deal. Since then, Mr. Brassard has played two seasons with the Rangers as a third line centre. Building off a career season last year, Mr. Brassard will likely be slotted in as the second line centre after a summer of turnover at the Rangersí centre position that saw Brad Richards and Brian Boyle entering the free agent market.
Table 1: Career Statistics for Derick Brassard
Season GP G A P +/- PIM PPG PPA S% HITS GvA TkA
(CLB) 2007-08 17 1 1 2 -4 6 0 0 7.7 11 3 4
(CLB) 2008-09 31 10 15 25 12 17 3 4 17.0 40 13 21
(CLB) 2009-10 79 9 27 36 -17 48 4 6 7.2 97 14 21
(CLB) 2010-11 74 17 30 47 -11 55 6 10 9.3 121 23 26
(CLB) 2011-12 74 14 27 41 -20 42 5 10 11.2 137 28 35
(CLB) 2012-13 34 7 11 18 -2 16 1 6 11.1 53 10 16
(NYR) 2012-13 13 5 6 11 3 0 2 2 20.0 30 7 3
(NYR) 2013-14 81 18 27 45 2 2 7 11 11.3 124 28 28
TOTAL 404 81 144 225 -37 230 28 49 10.8 696 144 173

In his first full season with the Rangers last year, Mr. Brassard established great chemistry between Mats Zuccarello and Benoit Pouliot. Mr. Brassard who also became a staple of the second power play unit, finished fourth on the Rangers in points (45) and goals (18), and fifth in assists with 27. It must be noted that Mr. Brassard set a career record for goals that season.
Like the entire Rangers team that won only two games in their first eight, Mr. Brassard failed to impress in the early portions of the 2013-14 season. Faced with a glut of forward injuries in the early stages of the season, Mr. Brassard was asked to play a top-six role for the Rangers. Unfortunately, Mr. Brassard did not find much success until he was inserted back into his natural third-line role between Mr. Zuccarello and Mr. Puliot near the middle of the season. From January to the middle of the season, Mr. Brassard was a plus 13 player that doubled his goal production, scoring 12 goals on top of the 6 he scored in the months leading up to January. This new line was able to drive possession with Mr. Brassardís great passing ability and his capacity to break up the play as evidenced by his 173 career takeaways (TkA) and 696 hits in 404 career games.
Mr. Brassard also excelled on the power play that year, earning a team-high seven goals utilizing his potent wrist shot. His vision and puck moving ability really opened up the ice for the second unit, which in turn created space for Mr. Brassard to add to his point tally.
B. Brassard as an Adapatable Multi-Tool Asset

We see that Brassard has followed a consistent and developing offensive trajectory, under six unique coaches (4 in Columbus and 2 in New York). He scored over .5 PPG under the instruction of coaches as diverse as high-flying top-6 offensively minded coaches like Tortorella and defense first hockey from Ken Hitchcock, evinces Brassardís tremendous hockey sense and adaptability.
Brassard proves to be an elite playmaker. For each of the past two seasons, the average number of shots per 20 minutes with Brassard on the ice was greater than the number of shots without him. With Brassard presence in the center of the ice, the Rangers are not only more likely to possess the puck but create chances on net. This is the result of Brassardís clever puck control and distribution. Over the past three seasons Brassardís presence has resulted in .76, 0.79 and 0.74 goals for per 20 minutes, while the Rangersí high-powered offence produced .68, .77 and .68 goals for without Brassard. Brassard is the key to his linematesí success. Brassard has the rare ability to create scoring and maintain high-level defensive responsibility. These are precisely the trappings of an elite, championship winning centerman in the modern game. When we isolate Brassardís teammates production, with and without him, we can fully appreciate how he is a player that controls the play in all three zones. His determination and contribution makes those around him better, establishing Brassard as a natural leader .

C. Contribution to the New York Rangers Hockey Club
Brassard is well prepared to take on increased responsibility with the departure of Brad Richards. Brassardís line carried the team offensively when he was vaulted on the first line Brad Richardís was underperforming, Chris Kreider and Rick Nash were injured for long stretches and Derek Stepanís play was terribly inconsistent.
His power-play numbers proved to be, by far, the best given his ice time. While leading the team in power-play goals with 7, Richards saw more time with the man advantage, averaging 3:40 per game compared to Brassardís 2:31 per game. Nonetheless, Brassard championed his power-play unit and produced only one less power-play point than Richards. Given this disparity time on ice, we should expect even further growth of Brassardís power-play totals and efficiency.
Table 2: Playoff Performance for Derick Brassard
Season GP G A P +/- PIM PPG HITS GvA TkA
(NYR) 2012-13 12 2 10 12 1 2 1 28 7 9
(NYR) 2013-14 23 6 6 12 4 8 0 32 7 12
TOTAL 35 8 24 24 5 10 1 60 14 21

Brassard shows tremendous development and learning throughout the regular season. His playoff prowess evinces that he has played his best hockey in the most meaningful games and against tough opponents. Over his last two seasons his goals per game have increased from 0.17 (0.15. in the October, November and December) to 0.31 from January to February. His PPG in the final two months of the last two regular seasons remains above .30. Brassard managed 7 points in his first 20 games last year, followed by 38 over his last 61 and sustained a 50 point pace in the playoffs.
This is a player who appreciates seasonal nuances and works tirelessly to improve his game throughout each season, irrespective of significant internal system and coaching changes. Brassard proves consistent in sustaining his upward seasonal trajectory into significant playoff success. Brassard thrives in the toughest games and under high pressure, precisely the trappings of a champion. It should come as no surprise that Brassardís performance in the playoffs is indicative of a player who can take his game to the next level, it follows his upward seasonal trajectory and corresponds with his demonstrated ability to thrive when facing adversity. He is a dedicated athlete who maintains himself physically and mentally in order to produce his best hockey when the stakes are highest and can produce elite offensive production well after his 82nd game. His hockey smarts allow him to thoroughly understand and exploit series opponents.
Brassard is fresh of his career high season in games played (81), goals (18), power-play goals/assists/points (7/11/18) and tied for the lead of his Eastern Conference Championship winning team, in power-play goals. We see it is not surprising that Brassard had the second most game winning goals and third in playoff goals, after 23 post-season games. This season provides an excellent foundation for further success in offensive production. We can expect an uptick in performance from this healthy, skilled and maturing centerman.

II. COMPARABLE PLAYERS

A. Sam Gagner (Age: 25, HT: 5í11Ē, WT: 202 lbs) Ė Arizona Coyotes
In July of 2013, Group 2 RFA centre Sam Gagner re-signed with the Edmonton Oilers at an average annual salary of $4.8 million. Two years later, Mr. Gagner was acquired in a trade by the Arizona Coyotes on June 29, 2014. Mr. Brassard and Mr. Gagner, both former 6th overall picks, are NHL centremen that possess great scoring instincts and strong playmaking ability.
Table : 2012-13 Regular Season Comparator
Player GP G A P +/- PPG PPA PIM HITS GvA TkA
Gagner 48 14 24 37 -6 4 11 41 35 26 23
(CLB) Brassard 34 7 11 18 -2 1 6 16 53 10 16
(NYR) Brassard 13 5 6 11 3 2 2 0 30 7 3
(NYR/CLB) Brassard 47 12 17 29 1 3 8 16 83 17 19

Table : Regular Seasons Career Comparator
Player GP G A P +/- PIM PPG PPA HITS GvA TkA
Gagner 482 101 194 295 -78 246 30 57 190 289 181
(NYR) Brassard 404 81 144 225 -37 230 28 49 696 144 173

Gagner and Brassard produce roughly the same offensive output, .61 and .55 points per game, respectively. But Brassardís contribution to the team as a two-way player is much more profound. Gagnerís one-dimensional game has seen 78 more goals scored against his team than for, when he is on the ice. Brassardís play off the puck is also demonstrated in his perennial dominance in takeaways, last season he recorded 81 to Gagnerís 67.
Brassard contributed 1.7 hits per game compared to Gagnerís .39. Brassardís larger stature suggests that these hits in quality, as well as quantity, provide more energy and confidence to his teammates, while frustrating and debilitating opponents.
B. Chris Stewart (Age: 26, HT: 6í2Ē, WT: 231 lbs) Ė Buffalo Sabres
In July of 2013, Group 2 RFA Chris Stewart re-signed with the St. Louis Blues at an average annual salary of $4.15 million. Less than a year later, Mr. Stewart was acquired in a trade by the Buffalo Sabres on February 28, 2014. Mr. Brassard and Mr. Stewart, both former 2006 first rounders, are NHL forwards that possess both a great shot and a talent for breaking up plays.
Table 3: 2013-14 Regular Season Comparator (Source: NHL.com)
Player GP G A P +/- PPG PPA PIM HITS GvA TkA
Stewart 63 15 11 26 0 3 3 118 80 13 12
(NYR) Brassard 81 18 27 45 2 7 11 2 124 28 28

Table 4: Regular Seasons Career Comparator (Source: NHL.com)
Player GP G A P +/- PIM PPG PPA HITS GvA TkA
Stewart 508 143 113 228 -18 447 39 28 526 149 115
(NYR) Brassard 404 81 144 225 -37 230 28 49 696 144 173


Brassardís .55 points per game exceeds Stewartís .45. His physical contribution to the Rangers (1.7 hits per game) too exceeds that of Stewart (1.03 hits per game). Brassardís aggression and intensity does not make his team ensure penalty kills at nearly the rate of Stewart (.88 PIM per games played), as especially important trait in physical and high intensity playoff hockey. Brassard has far more takeaways than Stewart over the past 3 seasons, solidifying his dominance in the neutral and defensive zone.

III: Conclusion

Derek Brassard ĎBrassardí proves to be a central piece of the further development of a perennial championship contending hockey club. Upon careful analysis of his performance and contribution in contrast with those earning contracts with an annual average value of $3.5 million, it is clear that Brassard is deserving of greater compensation for his superior contribution

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04-17-2017, 11:22 PM
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what is this?? Ive never considered them even closely talented. Brassgod and Zucc were the most consistent playoff performers for New York. Mika has alright hands but there isnt much going on in his head, he is always underwhelming. Ive seen Brassard step up so many times. You can tell who's watched both because the eye test is more than enough to settle this.

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My opinion when the trade happened was that the Rangers got the younger player with pure skills but with a reputation of being lazy.

Brassard on the other end doesn't have the pure skills of Zibanejad and is much older but he's a veteran leader with experience in the playoffs.

As you can see right now. One of them is scoring the big goals and the other one, you don't really notice him on the ice.

Good trade for both teams I would say. There's players that get you in the playoffs and there's players that get you through the playoffs. Brassard is a playoff performer.

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I do have to say, as much as Brassards point totals are disappointing in the regular season. He comes as advertised for the playoffs.

This guy is a beast in the playoffs

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the Rangers won the trade, but I don't miss the Zibanejad that played with Ottawa

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Rangers fans were bang on on their assessment of brassard when the trade happened. One of the first times I can recall a team's entire fan base being in unison about brassard being a clutch performer and an engine even when he's not scoring.

Don't miss zbad at all, but in reality ottawa still overpaid so the Rangers would pay brassard's bonus.

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Brassard is BrassGod in the playoffs. The hope is that when the Rangers become a contender again Zibanejad will be the same.

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Brassard is BrassGod in the playoffs. The hope is that when the Rangers become a contender again Zibanejad will be the same.
The Rangers should be a contender now. They sure played the regular season like one. And the last one. And the trip to the finals.
Why wait. Do it now.

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The Rangers should be a contender now. They sure played the regular season like one. And the last one. And the trip to the finals.
Why wait. Do it now.
The Rangers are in a weird transition phase. Most of their vets are past their expiration dates. Most of their young guys are not ready to be the new core. This trade signaled the Rangers were switching focus to 2-3 years from now. Otherwise they hang on to Brassard, get Shattenkirk at the deadline, and gear up for another run. This was supposed to be a transition year, but their hot start messed with fans' expectations.

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The Rangers are in a weird transition phase. Most of their vets are past their expiration dates. Most of their young guys are not ready to be the new core. This trade signaled the Rangers were switching focus to 2-3 years from now. Otherwise they hang on to Brassard, get Shattenkirk at the deadline, and gear up for another run. This was supposed to be a transition year, but their hot start messed with fans' expectations.
It's quite possible that the Rangers sign Shattenkirk next season. I see a mix of youth and vets for this team going forward. IMO, the time for NY is always now. I don't see the Rangers as team that will do the Toronto/Buffalo/Edmonton style rebuild. I don't see the Rangers hitting rock bottom (as a strategy). A constant recycle to remain competitive and replenish.

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Zibanejad is doing **** all in the playoffs with the occasional whiffed shot thrown into the mix. Meanwhile, Brassard is just performing in the playoffs like he always does. I doubt Zibanejad becomes as good as Brassard in the future. He's already 23 - should be in his prime.

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Man, I feel old. Derick Brassard is 29.

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Sure - Mika is probably going to be scoring more 2 years from now ... but if Ottawa kept him, gave him $5m+ per year and then lost Turris it would have been a net loss.
I expect Zibanejad to be a superior player to Turris in 2years time though. So would it really have been a net loss? Turris can't demand 7million on his next contract. He's a 5mil kinda guy.

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No, I think it was a good move then and a decent one now. Zib wasn't a fit in Ottawa. Brassard kicks ass in the playoffs too.

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I expect Zibanejad to be a superior player to Turris in 2years time though. So would it really have been a net loss? Turris can't demand 7million on his next contract. He's a 5mil kinda guy.
If Turris hits the open market, he will get 7M+ He is a 60 point 1B centre.

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IDK because Brassard is a better FO guy. I loved Zibanejad but he sucks at face offs for one. He came to camp out of shape. suffered long term concussion symptoms and the second or third time was attempted wisdom teeth removal cover up.Lost his big hit potential after that. Looked Lackadaisical at times and really good at times.

but what i think it really came down to was when our GM Dorion said on TSN1200 that he only wants guys on the team that he would want in the trenches with him. EDIT: he was asked why they traded a young center in Zibanejad.

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I expect Zibanejad to be a superior player to Turris in 2years time though. So would it really have been a net loss? Turris can't demand 7million on his next contract. He's a 5mil kinda guy.
No... He'll get it. he is that good. His 2 way game is underrated IMO, people too worried bout stats and drool over past performers.

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Man, I feel old. Derick Brassard is 29.
Brassard is going to be better than Spezza soon. I wouldn't trade him for Spezza.

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Brassard will cost Ottawa $11m over 3 seasons. In that 3rd season both Mark Stone (RFA) and Kyle Turris (UFA) will be getting big raises. In a cap/budget world it makes sense to look ahead in time. Sure - Mika is probably going to be scoring more 2 years from now ... but if Ottawa kept him, gave him $5m+ per year and then lost Turris it would have been a net loss.
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I expect Zibanejad to be a superior player to Turris in 2years time though. So would it really have been a net loss? Turris can't demand 7million on his next contract. He's a 5mil kinda guy.
Zibanejad will be better than Turris in 2 years? I think either your expectations of Turris are too low or your expectations of Zibanejad are too high - or both. Turris paced for 30 goals and 65-ish points this season if you take out the games he played injured (he missed for games but played the previous 4 or 5 carrying the injury before sitting).

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If Turris hits the open market, he will get 7M+ He is a 60 point 1B centre.
Agreed. He might take a little less for a long term deal in Ottawa, but if he gets UFA money $7m is not out of the question.

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