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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby kimmer » Wed May 23, 2018 12:16 pm

There are only a handful of gms active here all yr around to begin with bro
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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby Da_Hawks » Wed May 23, 2018 12:22 pm

And there's a GM just waiting to get the call up to the big leagues. Time for everyone to shape up or ship out!
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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby Tony » Wed May 23, 2018 12:40 pm

I think a big thing with the trade activity is most of us are looking for the same thing - younger players/high picks. Only a handful of teams are actually competing every year.
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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby Bruyns » Wed May 23, 2018 1:04 pm

Tony wrote:I think a big thing with the trade activity is most of us are looking for the same thing - younger players/high picks. Only a handful of teams are actually competing every year.


Bingo

There's way more parity now too, so it's strange we still have over half the league thinking they can't pay anything for a player over 30. I bet I would be lucky to get a late 2nd for Williams if I had to move him and he had 50+ pts 200SOG 12 STP and 79 hits. Nobody wants to pay for a productive player since the 2nd could end up being the next Williams even though the odds are far greater he will be a bust.
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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby Da_Hawks » Wed May 23, 2018 1:27 pm

Bruyns wrote:
Tony wrote:I think a big thing with the trade activity is most of us are looking for the same thing - younger players/high picks. Only a handful of teams are actually competing every year.


Bingo

There's way more parity now too, so it's strange we still have over half the league thinking they can't pay anything for a player over 30. I bet I would be lucky to get a late 2nd for Williams if I had to move him and he had 50+ pts 200SOG 12 STP and 79 hits. Nobody wants to pay for a productive player since the 2nd could end up being the next Williams even though the odds are far greater he will be a bust.


Which is ridiculous given the prices rebuilding teams are asking for legit crap players. Williams is easily worth a 2nd to a contending team, especially at the nice salary he's got.
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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby Matthew » Wed May 23, 2018 1:31 pm

Da_Hawks wrote:
Bruyns wrote:
Tony wrote:I think a big thing with the trade activity is most of us are looking for the same thing - younger players/high picks. Only a handful of teams are actually competing every year.


Bingo

There's way more parity now too, so it's strange we still have over half the league thinking they can't pay anything for a player over 30. I bet I would be lucky to get a late 2nd for Williams if I had to move him and he had 50+ pts 200SOG 12 STP and 79 hits. Nobody wants to pay for a productive player since the 2nd could end up being the next Williams even though the odds are far greater he will be a bust.


Which is ridiculous given the prices rebuilding teams are asking for legit crap players. Williams is easily worth a 2nd to a contending team, especially at the nice salary he's got.


Hes worth what the market says he is worth.
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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby Da_Hawks » Wed May 23, 2018 1:41 pm

Matthew wrote:
Da_Hawks wrote:
Bruyns wrote:
Tony wrote:I think a big thing with the trade activity is most of us are looking for the same thing - younger players/high picks. Only a handful of teams are actually competing every year.


Bingo

There's way more parity now too, so it's strange we still have over half the league thinking they can't pay anything for a player over 30. I bet I would be lucky to get a late 2nd for Williams if I had to move him and he had 50+ pts 200SOG 12 STP and 79 hits. Nobody wants to pay for a productive player since the 2nd could end up being the next Williams even though the odds are far greater he will be a bust.


Which is ridiculous given the prices rebuilding teams are asking for legit crap players. Williams is easily worth a 2nd to a contending team, especially at the nice salary he's got.


Hes worth what the market says he is worth.


I am sure he would have gotten a 2nd if he were actually on the market. Unfortunately the Bruyns were too busy winning to sell him off.
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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby Matthew » Wed May 23, 2018 2:02 pm

Lucky Win.
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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby Da_Hawks » Sun May 27, 2018 9:06 am

Pekka Rinne can go for a good roster player (not elite) or a 1st round pick in this or next year's draft.

First one to offer either that works for me gets him.
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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby Arian The Insider » Sun May 27, 2018 9:43 am

Tell me what you want for Muzzin
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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby Matthew » Sun May 27, 2018 9:56 am

Jt brown
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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby Da_Hawks » Sun May 27, 2018 10:30 am

Matthew wrote:Jt brown


Is he your new Hemsky?
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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby Da_Hawks » Sun May 27, 2018 10:31 am

Arian The Insider wrote:Tell me what you want for Muzzin


Send me a PM with an offer and we'll go from there.
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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby hong57 » Sun May 27, 2018 10:42 am

Da_Hawks wrote:
Arian The Insider wrote:Tell me what you want for Muzzin


Send me a PM with an offer and we'll go from there.


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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby Da_Hawks » Sun May 27, 2018 12:19 pm

hong57 wrote:
Da_Hawks wrote:
Arian The Insider wrote:Tell me what you want for Muzzin


Send me a PM with an offer and we'll go from there.


Bruno Gervais


Was hoping for something a little better. Preferably start with someone that doesn't suck.
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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby Matthew » Sun May 27, 2018 12:48 pm

Da_Hawks wrote:
Matthew wrote:Jt brown


Is he your new Hemsky?


7m cap. 36 yo to begin next season. Rinne ia gonna be your hemsky if u dont sell him soon.
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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby Da_Hawks » Sun May 27, 2018 2:03 pm

Matthew wrote:
Da_Hawks wrote:
Matthew wrote:Jt brown


Is he your new Hemsky?


7m cap. 36 yo to begin next season. Rinne ia gonna be your hemsky if u dont sell him soon.


Will win the vezina. What has Brown done?
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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby Malette18 » Sun May 27, 2018 2:03 pm

I'm sure Price looks great now :)
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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby CasperX22 » Sun May 27, 2018 4:42 pm

Da_Hawks wrote:
Matthew wrote:
Da_Hawks wrote:
Matthew wrote:Jt brown


Is he your new Hemsky?


7m cap. 36 yo to begin next season. Rinne ia gonna be your hemsky if u dont sell him soon.


Will win the vezina. What has Brown done?


Assuming Rinne is a starter.
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Re: Chicago Off-Season Trade Block

Postby Da_Hawks » Sun May 27, 2018 4:53 pm

CasperX22 wrote:
Da_Hawks wrote:
Matthew wrote:
Da_Hawks wrote:
Matthew wrote:Jt brown


Is he your new Hemsky?


7m cap. 36 yo to begin next season. Rinne ia gonna be your hemsky if u dont sell him soon.


Will win the vezina. What has Brown done?


Assuming Rinne is a starter.


Meant for last (current) year. I don't see why he wouldn't start next year.
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