I was just wondering about Patrick Sharp and whether or not the Hawks would trade him, and what it would reasonably take to get him. I haven't seen him play other then the odd time watching the highlights, so I don't know much about him, but he seemed intriguing to the Canucks' current needs.
In terms of our draft picks this year, we have the 25th and 33rd if any picks are needed in a package. Our most expendable prospect right now would be Cory Schneider, but I think something else would need to be added from the Hawks to get Schneider.
Anyways, thanks, and good luck in the draft, and with the bright future ahead of you guys.
I doubt it. Sharp is a good third line center capable of subbing in as a decent second line center for stretches, but those kinds of players are usually more valuable to the team they're on then to other clubs. I'm not even sure what fair value for Sharp would be.
Champions overcome. Losers make excuses.
Tallon's not going to trade a guy like Sharp who fits into our third line center spot perfectly, is very capable of spot duty on the second line, and is a pretty nice PKer to have along with Havlat.
Plus, I'm sure Tallon's feeling pretty good these days about the deal he made with Philly to get Sharp. He'd like to keep Sharp around so he can keep reaping benefits out of that deal and also pat himself on the back a little more, which is rightfully deserved.
Last edited by Gardebut30: 06-15-2007 at 11:38 AM.