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09-20-2014, 01:16 PM
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Upcoming Trade Deadline & Predictions?

When is the upcoming seasons trade deadline? and what do you expect to be the biggest blockbuster of the season?

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09-20-2014, 01:19 PM
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sometime in early march

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Biggest blockbuster will be either Marleau or Thornton moving if the Sharks are struggling.

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09-20-2014, 01:56 PM
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Biggest blockbuster will be either Marleau or Thornton moving if the Sharks are struggling.
Marleau to Pittsburgh for Martin++

Actually, even if they aren't struggling, that deal does make some sense assuming Martin is interested in re-signing.

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Marleau to Pittsburgh for Martin++

Actually, even if they aren't struggling, that deal does make some sense assuming Martin is interested in re-signing.
I keep saying that Marleau would be a perfect fit for Pittsburgh, And the kind of scorer that they desperately need.

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I keep saying that Marleau would be a perfect fit for Pittsburgh, And the kind of scorer that they desperately need.
JR has recently said that he will aggressively pursue a top-6 winger during the season. The Pens also have numerous NHL ready D that play a similar style to Martin. They also have Ehrhoff, who will probably re-sign for long term during the season. Martin also isn't interested in signing an extension right now with Pittsburgh. That deal makes a **** ton of sense for Pittsburgh. It also makes some sense for San Jose, they need a top pair D to replace Burns since he is playing forward this year.

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Marleau to Pittsburgh for Martin++

Actually, even if they aren't struggling, that deal does make some sense assuming Martin is interested in re-signing.
Doesn't really make sense for us. I like Martin but by TDL next year he will be 34. If we are trading Marleau or Thornton it will be for either young players or pure futures.

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If NYR are out of contention, #26 demands a trade to LA.

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From CapGeek:

"The trade deadline is set each year at 3 p.m. Eastern time on the 40th day immediately preceding the final day of the regular season."

This would make it March 3rd in 2014-2015.

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09-20-2014, 02:22 PM
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Doesn't really make sense for us. I like Martin but by TDL next year he will be 34. If we are trading Marleau or Thornton it will be for either young players or pure futures.
I was assuming it would be something like Martin with a deal worked out, a LHD prospect like Dumoulin or Harrington and a 1st this year for Marleau. He may not be as young as he used to be, but he's still a legit top pair D that will help San Jose. I don't see the Sharks being out of the playoff picture in this situation.

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From CapGeek:

"The trade deadline is set each year at 3 p.m. Eastern time on the 40th day immediately preceding the final day of the regular season."

This would make it March 3rd in 2014-2015.
Thanks, Will be curious to see what happens at next years trade deadline.

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If NYR are out of contention, #26 demands a trade to LA.
no thank you. I'd prefer to trade for Bobby Ryan if we are adding to our top 6 Younger and a better fit


King weal and a pick ( hoping 2nd but ok with 1st )


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What about

To penguins:

Ryan and methot 50% salary retained

To Ottawa:

Bennett, 3rd 2015, conditional 2nd round 2016 pick to 1st if Ryan or methot resign, and Paul Martin

We'll probably be out so just trying to get assets for our rebuild and Ryan and methot make really nice prices for a cup run.

I could see us trying to resign Martin at lower cap hit but he's basically a cap dump.

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For some reason I picture Bobby Ryan to Dallas.

Sens West.

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What about

To penguins:

Ryan and methot 50% salary retained

To Ottawa:

Bennett, 3rd 2015, conditional 2nd round 2016 pick to 1st if Ryan or methot resign, and Paul Martin
Not a chance. Not moving Bennett for a rental, and we have no need for Methot. The value isn't bad, but it's not going to happen. Take out Bennett and Methot and work around Martin and picks/prospects for Ryan.

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Why would rebuilding teams move their star players for Paul Martin and picks? Martin is not great asset as he is old and upcoming UFA. He also plays for a team that will pretty much surely make the playoffs and has NMC in his contract.

Only way it makes sense is if Martin already knows where he wants to go and is willing to waive his NMC to move to that team, but he would be pretty much a cap dump for rebuilding teams because of said reasons, and i can't think of any reasons why Penguins would want to dump him.

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When is the upcoming seasons trade deadline? and what do you expect to be the biggest blockbuster of the season?
this thread is way to early

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this thread is way to early
but if u can call it now it gives the person a lot of credit in my opinion

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At least one of Patrick Marleau, Bobby Ryan, or Evander Kane will be wearing a Penguins jersey come April.

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It's all about that HF cred.

I call that at least one player is traded from one team to another and that a team in either the Western conference or the Eastern conference wins the Stanley cup. Let's see if I'm right

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