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05-10-2009, 03:45 PM
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Radulov

I know there are other threads about him so dont redirect me to one.

I wanna know what his value in a trade would be for say the Rangers. What would have to be given to Nashville to obtain his rights?

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05-10-2009, 03:49 PM
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it depends on if he commits to come back to the NHL

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it depends on if he commits to come back to the NHL
well wouldnt that be part of a negotiation with a team interested? like the rangers or any other team wouldnt tell nashville that hes definitely coming back...

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05-10-2009, 04:01 PM
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Radulov = Semin
(but he doesn`t want to play in NHL)

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05-10-2009, 04:06 PM
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Radulov = Semin
(but he doesn`t want to play in NHL)
well semin's value is a lot higher because he actually does play in the NHL.

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Raduuuuu seemed to enjoy playing in Quebec city and IMO it was a huge letdown for him when he moved in Nashville. No low blow at Nashville but Quebec city is an incredible city and anybody that goes from there to Nashville will be mad even if you are a millionaire. You can also maybe consider that Nashville is more defensively oriented than any other team in the NHL. IMO a change of scenery to a good market and city would do wonder for him. Toronto, New York, San Jose, Vancouver, Montreal, Dallas would be better suited for him.

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05-10-2009, 04:24 PM
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has there ever been a situation sort of like this where rights would be traded? seems that no one really knows a value for him.

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05-10-2009, 04:30 PM
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If he decides to come back to the NHL, I really doubt Nashville will want him back, considering the conditions under which he left. That should cut into his value.

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05-10-2009, 04:48 PM
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Montreal's 1st in 2009 + Matthieu Carle + Matt D'Agostini + Ryan Russel

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Dan Hamhuis and Alex Radulov

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05-10-2009, 04:55 PM
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Radulov=gold medal, so Yzerman trades Crosby to Russia for Rad

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05-10-2009, 04:59 PM
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honestly i dont think he gets you much. hes pretty much said hes not going back to nashville and i dont know that the guys in the room would take him after walking out on his team. even if he could get out of his khl deal hes going to want a new contract. best bet would be to allow other teams to openly negotiate with him and see from there but the preds dont have much leverage as the situation stands. right now hes a problem without a solution and if the other team knows hell play he could get you a nice return but teams arent gonna part with much to take on a maybe.
as of now a team like washington with a big russian presence migh take a chance if it didnt cost much maybe a mid level prospect or a team looking for some cap relief liek philly if he was paired with something concrete.

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05-10-2009, 05:01 PM
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Montreal's 1st in 2009 + Matthieu Carle + Matt D'Agostini + Ryan Russel

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Dan Hamhuis and Alex Radulov
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Jason Pominville and/or Drew Stafford.

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radulov has no value until he commits to the NHL.

If he commits to the NHL he will either:
a) go back to nashville. Play 1 year, hopefully have semin-like trade value
b) ask for a trade out of nashville. Nashville will still demand a high price from interested teams.

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05-10-2009, 05:26 PM
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If he decides to come back to the NHL, I really doubt Nashville will want him back, considering the conditions under which he left. That should cut into his value.

Shows how little you know... Seems were over there now talking to him about coming back next year.

And we are not going to trade him for cheap as his contract is not going to run out with us... when he comes back to NHL he still has one year left on a nhl contract over here and a rfa after it so not cheap...

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I don't understand how people say he has or even had Semin like value even if he came back and had the same numbers as before he left his best season was 58 points in 81 games Semin scores 80 in 60 games.

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In Radulov,We are talking about a player who shat in the entire Nashivelle organization hands and went out of the continent to play hockey. I really doubt he wants back to Nashville and i understand him.
Nashville wont get much unless some idiots overpay which is most unlikely.

In Hamhuis, we have a # 3-4 dmen that will become free agent next year and demand around 3 million. Can Nashville aford him!
Hamhuis is a little overrated from what i hear.

Maybe Time for Nashville to get some decent young players and prospects.

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05-10-2009, 05:36 PM
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In Radulov,We are talking about a player who shat in the entire Nashivelle organization hands and went out of the continent to play hockey. I really doubt he wants back to Nashville and i understand him.
Nashville wont get much unless some idiots overpay which is most unlikely.

In Hamhuis, we have a # 3-4 dmen that will become free agent next year and demand around 3 million. Can Nashville aford him!
Hamhuis is a little overrated from what i hear.

Maybe Time for Nashville to get some decent young players and prospects.

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05-10-2009, 06:39 PM
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would simply a 1st rounder in 2009 get his rights

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05-10-2009, 06:59 PM
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Shows how little you know... Seems were over there now talking to him about coming back next year.

And we are not going to trade him for cheap as his contract is not going to run out with us... when he comes back to NHL he still has one year left on a nhl contract over here and a rfa after it so not cheap...
and he wiped his rearend with your contract and played in russia. theres simply no leverage. would you fly halfway acros the world to a country whos language you dont speak to play for less money then you could make at home?

with radulov you have to 1st convince him that playing in the nhl is better then playing in the khl where hes highly touted as a young star dont think ego doesnt have a little factor in there as well.


then get him to walk out on yet another team (probably have to buy him out)

then you have to renegotiate a deal with him for your team (he left for the money hell come back for the money)

and last be sure that hell fit on your team without becoming a disruption

all before you consider making an offer to nashville. and that all assumes compliance from the iihf and russia. what if there is no renegotiating and hes simply allowed to delay playing in the k for a year to fulfill his nhl obligation and is expected to return? i just dont see the phone ringing off the hook especialy untill these questions are answered

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Shows how little you know... Seems were over there now talking to him about coming back next year.
That would be great. However, I remember reading about how Arnott really has a problem with how Radulov turned his back on the team. Radulov doesn't really have much motivation to take a pay cut and come back to a team with a potentially hostile locker room. In addition, I'm sure Nashville is wary to risk a locker room mess as well.

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And we are not going to trade him for cheap as his contract is not going to run out with us... when he comes back to NHL he still has one year left on a nhl contract over here and a rfa after it so not cheap...
That contract doesn't mean much when Radulov isn't abiding by it. And that's assuming he'd be willing to come back to the NHL with Nashville.

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05-10-2009, 08:12 PM
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Predators aren't moving him. His rights and contract are more valuable to us than with the trade.

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Predators aren't moving him. His rights and contract are more valuable to us than with the trade.
how is he more valuable not playing for you guys than getting something in return?

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how is he more valuable not playing for you guys than getting something in return?
He's good, young, and his contract isn't too shabby, and since he bolted I don't think his contract counts against the cap.
No matter when he comes back, Nashville has that contract restart and can more or less hold him for best ransom if he doesn't want to play for them.
I wouldn't expect them to do him any favors. They're sitting on gold if he ever comes back, and if not they don't lose anything.

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how is he more valuable not playing for you guys than getting something in return?
He would fetch nothing in a trade because he's not in North America. We're better off taking the chance of him coming back to our tightwad organization and getting a 30-goal scorer for less than $1M.

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