Draft Day Trades

Créé par: Wild1205
Date de création initiale: jan 27, 2019
Publié: 27 jan 2019 à 15 h 25
Équipe: 2019-20 Wild du Minnesota
Légende
Gaucher
Équipe initiale
Droitier
Position
Clause de non-échange/non-mouvement
Statut à l’échéance du contrat
Terme restant
Oilers d'Edmonton
McDavid, Connor
12 500 000 $
C
NMC
UFA - 5
Explications
This is if Minnesota Misses the playoffs

Drafted Players
Minnesota Pick #14
Raphaël Lavoie
He’s 6 feet 4 inches and 198 pound Center/Rightwinger he’s Right handed
He plays for the QMJHL for the Halifax Mooseheads

Toronto’s Pick #25
Cole Caufield, RW (Right shot, 5'7", 157lbs)
Yes, you read that right, he's tiny but Caufield can be summed up by the word "silky". His offensive ability is extremely good and if he were 3 inches taller I think he could put up a good conversation to be a top 10 and maybe even top 5 pick. His release is the best I've seen in this class thus far, the guy can snipe goals with his lightning shot. His hands are extremely smooth and he often made defenseman and goaltenders look like fish out of water with how much they were flopping around trying to figure out where he was going to move the puck. I liked his playmaking ability as well he showed some nice offensive instincts and vision. I have my concerns about a guy as small as Caufield becoming an impact top 6 player, but guys like Gaudreau, Spurgeon, and Johnson have all proven that it's possible.
Quote By TanSor(arousedcat)

Winnipeg’s Pick #28
Matvei Guskov C (6’1” 171 Pounds)
skilled centre … plays a 200-foot game … highly intelligent … high-end skills and physical tools … good character and work ethic … complete , ISS Hockey 2017 he'salso Russian

2nd Round

Edmonton Pick #44
Spencer Knight G (6’3”, 198 Pounds Left Handed)
Minnesota drafts Spencer Knight to get a goalie for the future and to compete With Kappo Kähkönen for the #1 Spot

Minnesota’s Pick #45
Yaroslav Likhachyov RW (Right shot, 5'10", 168lbs)
Yaroslav is a right shot winger that is just barely eligible this year. He's also Russian and might find chemistry with or have a mentor in Kaprizov. He's a little undersized, but he has a lot of skill. His offensive vision is very good and he made some impressive passes in the Hlinka Gretzky Cup. He actually reminded me a little of Kaprizov with his playmaking and puck handling ability. I didn't get as much of a look at his shot as I wanted, but he seemed to have a very nice release. He made some plays in tight spaces which is something I like to see out of prospects since space comes at such a premium in the NHL. He was consistently able to get to the front of the net and either make passes to his teammates or rip the uck into the net. He's had a rough time in the QMJHL on a pretty bad team, both are noteworthy looking forward. As of now Likhachyov is the second highest on my list to watch for the Wild.
Quote By TanSour(arousedcat)

Boston’s Pick #53
Oleg Zaitsev

Rest of the picks are most likely centers and Dmen


Line combinations

1st Line
Aberg - Koivu- Granlund

Granlund And Koivu already have the Chemistry with each other they add Aberg to thier LW and he righty and we already what Granlund can do we Righty

2nd Line
Parise - Backes/Rask - Kunin
Parise And Kunin have the chemistry and they put a lot of pressure on the boards and they work the boards Parise has said he like to to play with Right handed and Backes is a Right handed Center if Backes isn’t working out they switch him with Rask

3rd Line
Greenway - Rask/Backes - Puljujärvi
This line are all above 6-1 thier big body forwards that can use thier body’s to crash the net and screen the goalie

Fourth Line
We already know what Foligno and Fehr bring to the table bring in Zack Kassian and it would just be a Nasty fourth Line

Forward group we still wouldn’t have a game changer on the team but If Puljujärvi can start showing some signs of improvement he can become the the game changer we need

DMen Paring

Suter - Dumba/Carlo
Suter gives dumba to pinch and can still teach him to improve on his defense game

Nurse - Carlo/ Dumba

Nurse brings a lot of Mobility and can Rock of few guys and that’s what Minnesota Needs and Carlo can bring what Nurse brings the tables also this paring would most likely be a Shutdown paring

Seeler - Pateryn
Seeler and Pateryn have become a really good Shutdown Defense paring

This defense would be a hard defense to get by all above 6-1 and all of them except Suter can lay the body

Goaltending
Reimer
Has Struggled in his career but can sometimes bring good goaltending to a team

Stalock
Good backup goalie

The goaltending is the only thing that worries me but if Kappo Kähkönen pans out or Spencer Knight we would have a good tandem in a couple of years in my opinion Kähkönen needs at least one more year in Iowa and then can slowly make it the the #1 Spot

Obligatory all of the guys we would draft we would let them develop for a couple years

Power play Unit 1

Puljujärvi/Aberg - Rask - Granlund
Dumba - Suter
Obviously we gotta keep Dumba and Granlund Together
Aberg and Puljujärvi would switch once and awhile depends on how the power play is doing

Power play unit 2
Kunin - Koivu - Parise
Carlo - Nurse
This unit can crash the net and look for tips and they forwards can all crash the net
Signatures de joueurs autonomes
RFAANSCAP HIT
Åberg, Pontus21 550 000 $
Soucy, Carson2750 000 $
Warner, Hunter2750 000 $
Puljujärvi, Jesse21 250 000 $
Belpedio, Louis1925 000 $
Carlo, Brandon64 250 000 $
UFAANSCAP HIT
Fehr, Eric11 000 000 $
Prosser, Nate2750 000 $
Stalock, Alex2750 000 $
Transactions
MIN
  1. 2019 1e round pick (WPG)
  2. 2019 4e round pick (WPG)
WPG
    Eric Staal
    Made at the TDL
    MIN
    1. Reimer, James
    Détails additionnels:
    *Alexsi Heponemi
    Minnesota Gets a very highly skilled Center in Heponeimi
    Florida would be willing to move him because they already have Their center core with great centers in Barkov, Trochek, Borgstrom, and McCan
    FLA
    1. Dubnyk, Devan (2 166 666 $ retained)
    2. 2020 2e round pick (MIN)
    Détails additionnels:
    *Draft Day Trade
    Florida would get a legit starting goalie in Dubnyk and this could be best for Luongo as he can settle into the roll that Ryan Miller has in Anaheim, being a reliable backup who can play 30ish games
    Quote By KingsLover
    And thier also getting Dubnyk For Only $2,166,666 a year for a Stud goalie that’s steal of a Contract
    MIN
    1. Nurse, Darnell
    2. Kassian, Zack
    3. Manning, Brandon
    4. 2019 2e round pick (EDM)
    Détails additionnels:
    *Rights to Jesse Pulujarvi
    The Wild take on a cap dump, get what will probably, a mid level second along with Puljujarvi who as a 4th overall pick has yes struggled but he could do better in Minnesota the talent is there for him.
    Quote By KingsLover
    EDM
    1. Zucker, Jason
    2. Brown, J.T.
    Détails additionnels:
    *Rights to Joel Eriksson-Ek
    Eriksson Ek is a young centre who's struggled for Minnesota the last two seasons, but the talent is there.
    Quote By KingsLover
    MIN
    1. 2019 1e round pick (TOR)
    2. 2020 2e round pick (TOR)
    TOR
    1. Spurgeon, Jared (2 593 750 $ retained)
    Détails additionnels:
    Wild retain on Spurgeon so Leafs can re-sign everybody next year.
    Quote By TanSor(arousedcat)
    MIN
    1. Backes, David
    2. 2019 2e round pick (BOS)
    Détails additionnels:
    Rights to Brandon Carlo
    BOS
    1. Coyle, Charlie
    2. Brodin, Jonas
    3. Belpedio, Louis
    Détails additionnels:
    Trade Breakdown is Brodin and Belpedio for Backes and Carlo
    Coyle for the second round pick
    Rachats de contrats
    • Tyler Ennis: 1 216 667 $
    Transactions impliquant une retenue de salaire
    • Devan Dubnyk: 2 166 666 $ (100%)
    • Jared Spurgeon: 2 593 750 $ (50%)
    • Devan Dubnyk: 2 166 666 $ (50%)
    ANNÉE DE REPÊCHAGERONDE 1RONDE 2RONDE 3RONDE 4RONDE 5RONDE 6RONDE 7
    1
    2
    2019
    WPG
    TOR
    EDM
    BOS
    WPG
    2020
    MIN
    TOR
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    2021
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    2022
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    TAILLE DE LA FORMATIONPLAFOND SALARIALCAP HITEXCÉDENTS BONISESPACE SOUS LE PLAFOND SALARIAL
    2283 500 000 $77 012 337 $0 $1 100 000 $6 487 663 $

    Formation

    Ailier gaucheCentreAilier droit
    MIN
    Åberg, Pontus
    1 550 000 $
    AD, AG
    RFA - 1
    MIN
    Koivu, Mikko
    5 500 000 $
    C
    NMC
    UFA - 1
    MIN
    Granlund, Mikael
    5 750 000 $
    C, AD
    UFA - 1
    MIN
    Parise, Zach
    7 538 461 $
    AG
    NMC
    UFA - 6
    BOS
    Backes, David
    4 500 000 $
    C, AD
    NTC
    UFA - 2
    MIN
    Kunin, Luke
    925 000 $
    AD, C
    RFA - 1
    MIN
    Greenway, Jordan
    916 666 $
    AG, AD
    RFA - 1
    MIN
    Rask, Victor
    4 000 000 $
    C
    UFA - 3
    Puljujärvi, Jesse
    1 250 000 $
    AD
    RFA
    MIN
    Foligno, Marcus
    2 875 000 $
    AG, AD
    UFA - 2
    MIN
    Fehr, Eric
    1 000 000 $
    C, AD
    UFA
    EDM
    Kassian, Zack
    1 950 000 $
    AD
    UFA - 1
    Défenseur gaucherDéfenseur droitierGardien de but
    MIN
    Suter, Ryan
    7 538 461 $
    DG
    NMC
    UFA - 6
    MIN
    Dumba, Matt
    6 000 000 $
    DD
    UFA - 4
    FLA
    Reimer, James
    3 400 000 $
    G
    UFA - 2
    EDM
    Nurse, Darnell
    3 200 000 $
    DG
    UFA - 1
    Carlo, Brandon
    4 250 000 $
    DD
    RFA - 2
    MIN
    Stalock, Alex
    750 000 $
    G
    UFA - 3
    MIN
    Seeler, Nick
    725 000 $
    DG
    UFA - 2
    MIN
    Pateryn, Greg
    2 250 000 $
    DD
    UFA - 2
    Laissés de côtéListe des blessés (IR)Liste des blessés à long terme (LTIR)
    EDM
    Manning, Brandon
    2 250 000 $
    DG
    UFA - 1
    MIN
    Prosser, Nate
    750 000 $
    DD
    UFA - 2

    Unités spéciales

    Avantage numérique 1
    Puljujärvi, J.
    Rask, V.
    Granlund, M.
    Dumba, M.
    Suter, R.
    Avantage numérique 2
    Kunin, L.
    Koivu, M.
    Parise, Z.
    Carlo, B.
    Nurse, D.
    Infériorité numérique 1
    Foligno, M.
    Fehr, E.
    Suter, R.
    Dumba, M.
    Infériorité numérique 2
    Koivu, M.
    Kassian, Z.
    Nurse, D.
    Carlo, B.

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    27 jan 2019 à 15 h 29
    #1
    Sam
    Rejoint: jan 2018
    Messages: 4,274
    Mentions "j'aime": 1,785
    I like this post. I feel for the Wild because they’re painfully stuck in the mud of mediocrity. Selling is obviously the right choice for them, but I think they can execute an effective rebuild before Kaprizov comes over. Build around Dumba/Kaprizov/Granlund/Kunin and then hope you luck out with your picks.
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    27 jan 2019 à 16 h 26
    #2
    Rejoint: jan 2017
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    No from Boston. Not using Carlo to move Backes. Very thin on RD organizationally.
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    27 jan 2019 à 17 h 06
    #3
    Rejoint: jun 2017
    Messages: 6,905
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    I like the picks for the most part. Bring some Russians in to help make Kaprizov's transition a smooth one.

    As for the trades, I think I'd try to grab Roslovic from the Jets for Staal. Something like Staal + JEE for Roslovic + 2019 1st + maybe a bit extra. Stastny, Hanzal, Tatar, Nash, and Brassard all got similar or better returns than what you have near the deadline and they weren't quite the player Staal is when they were all traded (a near 30 goal scoring center). I still have a hard time believing Florida would trade for Dubnyk. I think a team like Calgary is a much better spot to send him since they are contenders. EDM deal isn't horrible, but as I mentioned I'd prefer to use JEE to get a better young right shot center coming back like Roslovic. I can't remember ever making this Toronto trade (or maybe you are just using my description) but I'd ask for Kapanen+ over a pick for Spurgeon if Toronto wants him. It's not a great idea for Toronto to make a trade with Kapanen since he's been very good for them, but Spurgeon is an immediate upgrade on their blue line and would become their best defenseman in terms of defensive play (I want to emphasize that I said defensive play, Rielly blows Spurge out of the water when it comes to offense). I'm not very sure how to feel about the Boston trade, Carlo is a solid top 4 D but the Backes contract is pretty bad.
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    27 jan 2019 à 17 h 57
    #4
    Rejoint: jui 2017
    Messages: 212
    Mentions "j'aime": 124
    Quoting: Gofnut999
    No from Boston. Not using Carlo to move Backes. Very thin on RD organizationally.


    Yeah I thought so that’s we’re Boston’s Weakness is the Right side of the defense
    27 jan 2019 à 17 h 59
    #5
    Rejoint: jan 2017
    Messages: 10,439
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    Quoting: TanSor
    I like the picks for the most part. Bring some Russians in to help make Kaprizov's transition a smooth one.

    As for the trades, I think I'd try to grab Roslovic from the Jets for Staal. Something like Staal + JEE for Roslovic + 2019 1st + maybe a bit extra. Stastny, Hanzal, Tatar, Nash, and Brassard all got similar or better returns than what you have near the deadline and they weren't quite the player Staal is when they were all traded (a near 30 goal scoring center). I still have a hard time believing Florida would trade for Dubnyk. I think a team like Calgary is a much better spot to send him since they are contenders. EDM deal isn't horrible, but as I mentioned I'd prefer to use JEE to get a better young right shot center coming back like Roslovic. I can't remember ever making this Toronto trade (or maybe you are just using my description) but I'd ask for Kapanen+ over a pick for Spurgeon if Toronto wants him. It's not a great idea for Toronto to make a trade with Kapanen since he's been very good for them, but Spurgeon is an immediate upgrade on their blue line and would become their best defenseman in terms of defensive play (I want to emphasize that I said defensive play, Rielly blows Spurge out of the water when it comes to offense). I'm not very sure how to feel about the Boston trade, Carlo is a solid top 4 D but the Backes contract is pretty bad.


    Well this is done next year so it really softens the blow on Backes. Ya, cap hit still sux. Can’t fix that. But B’s will have paid his bonus so he would only be owed 1m in salary. He would be a very attracticve target for a team keeping payroll down while getting to the floor if you tried to flip him. If not at the end of next year he can be bought out for 1.4 for 2 years. Not saying it;s great, it isn’t. But the worst is over and it’s at least somewhat manageable.

    I think they would be more apt to do something at the deadline though than the offseason.
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