Time for a new block now that a new season is upon us. Let's see if we can have all active teams post their trade block and their needs within the next couple of days and start the off season with a bang.
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Pavel Datsyuk is available to the highest bidder.
78OV - 84SC - 90PA - 85DF - 98FO - $9M x 2
In the interest of full disclosure:
According to the rules...
If he outright retires from hockey completely this summer, he'll be off your roster altogether.
If, as expected, he plays in Russia, he'll still be on your roster and usable in the CPHL this year.
His point production decreased from 65 to 49, so he'll take a small hit in ratings, but will still be very useful to many teams. He'll be a top 6 forward for most teams, and even a 1C for some. He's still one of the best rated defensive forwards in the game. A stud who's amazing at face-offs (9th overall in CPHL last year) and was a huge reason our PK was consistently in the top 5 last year.
The disclaimer part:
If he plays more than 1 year in the KHL he will still be on your roster and have no rating for 2017-2018.
If, as expected, he only plays 1 year in the KHL, and then retires, he retires from your roster as well. You'll get one full usable year before he and his cap are off your roster.
Or maybe he surprises everyone, finishes his last year in Detroit, and this turns into a huge win for whoever snags him while I'm left to cry in my beer.
It's a gamble, either way.
If you have the cap space, and need a solid defensive forward, this one's for you.
He's literally going to the highest bidder. I'm not picky as I have the means to replace him.
I'll take offers for about a week and will then take the highest bid.
Skype or PM both work.
For Nashville we are happy to talk about trading anyone. I will be more attached to some guys than others, and might want to wait for re-rates on younger guys who are probable Calder trophy winners, or just likely to get good re-rates, but I will trade anyone and everyone in an attempt to make the team better.
Skype is pretty good to reach me and my preference to get deals done or PM and I will respond.
The San Jose Sharks aren't looking to make too many moves as we are happy with the roster, but do have a couple players who could go:
Marian Gaborik (71OV, 85SC) - 17th overall in CPHL scoring with 34G and 50A. Leading scorer for San Jose. 3rd best LW in the CPHL. 1.15 Points Per 20 Minutes. 8th in PP Goals (17). 2nd in Game Tying Goals (6). 2 Hat Tricks. Still 4th in Playoff Scoring (5G, 14A) and in the Top 5 for many categories. Basically, he's a beast. He will be a huge offensive boost for any team. Give him a Centre who can finish and game over.
Patrice Cormier - Saw some time with the Jets this season and one of the top scorers for the Manitoba Moose
Brendan Shinnimin - Coyotes Prospect still waiting for his chance
Joel Armia - Recent 1st round pick of the Jets who spent half the season with the team and put up some respectable points and showed growth in the latter half of the season. Looks like he's probably earned a spot on the Jets roster full time.
Mark Stuart (73OV, 96DF) - Signed to a $5.27M contract but worth $6.5M on the UFA grid based on last years grids (which are going up). Still a good value contract for a strong DF player.
Fedor Tyutin (72OV, 88DF, 50SC) - Also signed to a $5.27M contract, worth $6M on the UFA grid. Another defensive defenceman, although he seems to like to get into the play on the PP in the SIM.
Luca Sbisa (70OV, 80DF) - RFA looking to grid around the $2M mark.
Griffin Reinhart (59OV, 67DF) - Spent 1/4 of the season with the Oilers and played well in Bakersfield. Has Oilers stank on him, don't want him anymore.
Andres Nilsson - He's not an Oiler anymore! Based on his stats and players with similar stats, he should re-rate as a respectable mid 70's backup goalie. Which the Sharks have a few too many of.
Ondrej Pavelec - While he's expected to drop in rating due to an injury filled year, he's also an RFA and so you can sign him to a cheap contract and should he bounce back to his old self you get a heck of a steal for him. Possibly a good backup option for the next season.
(Neuvirth and Domingue will NOT be dealt)
Unfortunately work is getting in the way of the draft and so looking to deal my picks to either a) obtain prospects, b) move into next year or c) maybe move up to have someone draft for me by proxy.
D Brenden Dillon (24 yrs) - 73 ov - one more year at 2.50m
D Marco Scandella (25 yrs) - 72 ov - one more year at 2.25m
D Thomas Hickey (26 yrs) - 71 ov - one more year at 2.25m
D Erik Gudbranson (23 yrs) - 71 ov - pending RFA
looking to move one, maybe two of the above for help up front.
F Sam Gagner
F Josh Jooris
F Ryan Garbutt
D Brandon Manning
He had the 68th most points (31st among centers) in the NHL this season and his cap hit is already 7 mil. If it jumps to 8, it's not a problem. I have tons of affordable good young players. Marleau and Sedin's 19 million come off the books next year, so I'm not worried about it too much.
He is also young enough where he'll still be viable 3 years from now.
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The kid's a wall on skates, with a DF rating of 91.
He's a bonafide #1D but for unknown reasons we played better without him.
With Savard, Muzzin, Ekholm, Larsson, Green and the rise of Manson, we feel confident to let him go.
Looking for a lower priced 3/4 D or bottom 6 guys, established prospects of all positions, or 2017 picks.
I'm open to anything really, but want a proper return for this cat.
Kakao/Skype or PM.