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Re: Hawks Trade Block

Postby Sensfanjosh » Wed Jan 24, 2018 2:22 pm

Trading healthy players for injured players + picks is a good way to build too, that was my strategy for a few years starting out
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Re: Hawks Trade Block

Postby Matthew » Wed Jan 24, 2018 2:26 pm

Sensfanjosh wrote:Trading healthy players for injured players + picks is a good way to build too, that was my strategy for a few years starting out


Agreed.
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Re: Hawks Trade Block

Postby Da_Hawks » Wed Jan 24, 2018 2:44 pm

Sensfanjosh wrote:Trading healthy players for injured players + picks is a good way to build too, that was my strategy for a few years starting out


That would be a good strategy if I had GP pieces haha. I essentially have 5 roster players who are either frequent scratches or in the minors (Martin, Guhle, Bennett, Bernier, Hayes), so close to 20% of my team doesn't even get me GP. Tough to work with.
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Re: Hawks Trade Block

Postby foofnik » Wed Jan 24, 2018 3:23 pm

Da_Hawks wrote:
Sensfanjosh wrote:Trading healthy players for injured players + picks is a good way to build too, that was my strategy for a few years starting out


That would be a good strategy if I had GP pieces haha. I essentially have 5 roster players who are either frequent scratches or in the minors (Martin, Guhle, Bennett, Bernier, Hayes), so close to 20% of my team doesn't even get me GP. Tough to work with.

trade me Guhle
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Re: Hawks Trade Block

Postby Da_Hawks » Wed Jan 24, 2018 3:54 pm

foofnik wrote:
Da_Hawks wrote:
Sensfanjosh wrote:Trading healthy players for injured players + picks is a good way to build too, that was my strategy for a few years starting out


That would be a good strategy if I had GP pieces haha. I essentially have 5 roster players who are either frequent scratches or in the minors (Martin, Guhle, Bennett, Bernier, Hayes), so close to 20% of my team doesn't even get me GP. Tough to work with.

trade me Guhle


Make me an offer.
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Re: Hawks Trade Block

Postby Handsome&FairMike » Wed Jan 24, 2018 7:36 pm

Da_Hawks wrote:
Handsome&FairMike wrote:Always takes time to get used to values in this league...


Explain...


Just as most have said, that's a big ask for a guy who could potentially retire at the end of the year and will likely have a reduced role for playoffs once Palat returns. But who knows, may get someone to latch on and bite. Lord knows matthew has done well with his persistent offerings - as bad as we say most of his offers are, someone usually takes the bait, so can't blame him for continuing with them.
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Re: Hawks Trade Block

Postby Da_Hawks » Thu Jan 25, 2018 8:45 am

Handsome&FairMike wrote:
Da_Hawks wrote:
Handsome&FairMike wrote:Always takes time to get used to values in this league...


Explain...


Just as most have said, that's a big ask for a guy who could potentially retire at the end of the year and will likely have a reduced role for playoffs once Palat returns. But who knows, may get someone to latch on and bite. Lord knows matthew has done well with his persistent offerings - as bad as we say most of his offers are, someone usually takes the bait, so can't blame him for continuing with them.


Good to know Matthew's not just picking on the new kid with his offers haha.

Anyways, I sincerely doubt Kunitz retires after this year. Maybe if he wins a cup... but he seems like the kind of guy to take one-year deals with contenders until he's basically broken. I like his odds of playing another year AT LEAST.
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Re: Hawks Trade Block

Postby thom54 » Thu Jan 25, 2018 8:47 am

Da_Hawks wrote:
Handsome&FairMike wrote:
Da_Hawks wrote:
Handsome&FairMike wrote:Always takes time to get used to values in this league...


Explain...


Just as most have said, that's a big ask for a guy who could potentially retire at the end of the year and will likely have a reduced role for playoffs once Palat returns. But who knows, may get someone to latch on and bite. Lord knows matthew has done well with his persistent offerings - as bad as we say most of his offers are, someone usually takes the bait, so can't blame him for continuing with them.


Good to know Matthew's not just picking on the new kid with his offers haha.

Anyways, I sincerely doubt Kunitz retires after this year. Maybe if he wins a cup... but he seems like the kind of guy to take one-year deals with contenders until he's basically broken. I like his odds of playing another year AT LEAST.

dude's pretty broken lol
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Re: Hawks Trade Block

Postby Da_Hawks » Thu Jan 25, 2018 9:53 am

Nah, he's fine! On pace to play another full season. Dude's a warrior.
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Re: Hawks Trade Block

Postby Da_Hawks » Wed Feb 21, 2018 9:12 am

UPDATE


Some valuable players for the stretch run available here!

Eric Fehr: Should be back to the NHL shortly and playing 4C with the Sharks. That means FO wins, PK time and a few other peripherals. Great last minute add to any team.

Chris Kunitz: Guy keeps scoring - up to 10 goals! Gets his normal handful of hits and shots and sprinkles in some PK time for good measure as well. Great playoff push vet.

Pekka Rinne: This guy just keeps on winning and putting up studly numbers. You'll want to find room for him on your roster.

Gaborik: looks like a new man in Ottawa and it looks like the Boucher system will do him some good. Gabby typically has a huge first season with his new teams. Get him while you can!

Ben Lovejoy: Solid depth d-man with great peripherals. Inexpensive and loves to PK.

Looking for NHL ready forwards and game pieces for next year. I can also discuss a futures package for any of these players.
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Re: Hawks Trade Block

Postby Da_Hawks » Wed Feb 21, 2018 11:22 am

Some movement already. Get your offers in.
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Re: Hawks Trade Block

Postby Da_Hawks » Fri Feb 23, 2018 9:01 am

Bump. Rinne with another studly win. Shame on you all for leaving him on this shitty team all this time!! The man deserves a shot at the title!
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Re: Hawks Trade Block

Postby kimmer » Fri Feb 23, 2018 9:22 am

Snart marketting with lucid mindset brings in better fortune with regards to successful trade talks. Learned this the hard way
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Re: Hawks Trade Block

Postby Da_Hawks » Mon Feb 26, 2018 12:53 pm

Bump -

Fehr providing FO from the wing and PK time.

Lovejoy/schlemko providing lots of good peripherals.

Kunitz provides a little bit of everything. Get some offers in!
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