I don't think Glencross fetches a 2nd. He's great and all, but not worth a 2nd.
Tough to say, depends on what teams are looking for. If Dominic Moore got a 2nd I don't see it being to shocking for Glencross to get one, I would say he is one of the best penalty killers in the league.
I'd give a 3rd and a mediocre prospect. I think that's pretty bang on.
Would the flames take...
3rd round pick
With White and Engqvist battling for spots right now, they have Pyatt as a scratch. Pyatt is a great PKer. Just has become the odd man out of late. He is still young and on a very cheap contract. I think the way Pyatt plays speed and grit, he would be a perfect fit for the flames.
Montreal could also use Glencross and he would take Pyatt's PKing basically. He would help with size and also probably be a great fit for our 3rd line. He could move up if injuries become an issue.
Now alot of people may think im wrong. But I say the Flames dont make a move, if they do just a minor. The Flames are only like what? 5 points from a spot, and they're on fire right now. They just took out Dallas and Vancouver on Friday and Saturday, you cant say thats not impressive. I really do think the Flames have a good shot at being contenders, then again 14 teams in the Western are contenders, LOL Edmonton sucks.
The only thing I'd predict with a good deal of confidence is that they wait as long as possible before making any move in one direction or the other. I could be wrong about that, too, but so be it.
The team is in 14th place but is only a couple of points back of 8th. I think it would certainly be premature, but if they sell now they nix their chances of making it, and (for better or worse) I think they'd take playoffs over no playoffs. So I think Feaster sits tight and watches the team very carefully to try to figure out if their improvement is for real or just a hot streak, and makes his moves right up at the deadline accordingly. If they're not securely in the playoff mix, I don't see them hanging onto UFAs and letting them walk- they have to re-sign them or move them out.
EDIT: I'd like to add that I'm finally of the mind that they need to be going for some kind of rebuild. Maybe full, maybe quick, but I wouldn't keep hitting my head against the wall the way they've been doing.
It'll be tough for them to make big moves to help their rebuild because of all the NMC's they gave out. Not to mention it will be interesting to see what Feaster does, especially if he's only warming the GM seat for someone else for the rest of the year.
Hagman could be moved I think, Jokinen has a NMC, which was already mentioned, but I'd still try to move him. Maybe a team like ATL? He seems to do well in markets where they get 12,000 fans a game and not much media coverage, he wasnt great in NY and has been average in Calgary in my opinion.
Morrison seems like a solid checking line center for a contender so we'll see