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29 jun 2016 à 16 h 09
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A trade between Montreal Canadiens and Nashville Predators has been confirmed.
Détails de la transaction
Les Canadiens de Montréal font l’acquisition de:
Canadiens de Montréal
Shea Weber · 7 857 143 $7 857 143 $12 000 000 $
Somme: 7 857 143 $7 857 143 $12 000 000 $
Variation: -1 142 857 $
Variation: -1 142 857 $
Variation: +1 000 000 $
Les Predators de Nashville font l’acquisition de:
Predators de Nashville
P.K. Subban · 9 000 000 $9 000 000 $11 000 000 $
Somme: 9 000 000 $9 000 000 $11 000 000 $
Variation: +1 142 857 $
Variation: +1 142 857 $
Variation: -1 000 000 $
29 jun 2016 à 17 h 20
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I like Weber but I think Preds win this trade due to Webers massive contract
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29 jun 2016 à 22 h 08
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Crazy trade
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30 jun 2016 à 0 h 51
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I cant phathom this trade
24 fév 2017 à 19 h 09
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Subban is a cancer. Weber is the better leader and an equal player. His contract absolutely sucks but that makes the trade even.
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10 mai 2017 à 17 h 09
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Quoting: Hockeyplayer1
Subban is a cancer. Weber is the better leader and an equal player. His contract absolutely sucks but that makes the trade even.


LOL. You're ridiculous. Subban is a joy to have in the locker room.
10 mai 2017 à 17 h 26
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I think it turned out good for both, or at least for Montreal. But yeah, Subban's played great too. Good trade in the end i think.
10 mai 2017 à 19 h 55
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Weber is the best d for MTL and Subban is the 3 best for Pred We cant comparative them
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10 mai 2017 à 20 h 01
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Weber is the best d for MTL and Subban is the 3 best for Pred We cant comparative them


Of course they can be compared.
11 mai 2017 à 0 h 28
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Quoting: plNHL
Weber is the best d for MTL and Subban is the 3 best for Pred We cant comparative them


Wait, so you're putting Ekholm ahead of Subban?
11 mai 2017 à 7 h 00
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Quoting: rangersandislesfan
Quoting: plNHL
Weber is the best d for MTL and Subban is the 3 best for Pred We cant comparative them


Wait, so you're putting Ekholm ahead of Subban?


Ellis
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11 mai 2017 à 16 h 31
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Quoting: rangersandislesfan


Wait, so you're putting Ekholm ahead of Subban?


Ellis


Subban is all-around better than both of them.
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16 déc 2019 à 22 h 20
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LOL. You're ridiculous. Subban is a joy to have in the locker room.


Hot take
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16 déc 2019 à 22 h 21
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Quoting: DoctorBreakfast
Subban is all-around better than both of them.


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19 déc 2019 à 18 h 31
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Quoting: HabsForEver




Subban in Montreal was better than Weber in Montreal.
Weber in Nashville was better than Subban in Nashville.
All said in done, this is a case of neither team should have done it because it made them both worse.
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19 déc 2019 à 20 h 04
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Quoting: Earfgang
Subban in Montreal was better than Weber in Montreal.
Weber in Nashville was better than Subban in Nashville.
All said in done, this is a case of neither team should have done it because it made them both worse.


I don't think Subban was better than Weber. The only thing Subban had going for him was his offensive game. Weber is a defensive defensemen that happens to be putting up close to PK Subban numbers.
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19 déc 2019 à 21 h 22
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Quoting: HabsForEver
I don't think Subban was better than Weber. The only thing Subban had going for him was his offensive game. Weber is a defensive defensemen that happens to be putting up close to PK Subban numbers.


The PK Subban that was traded away was a parenial all star with crazy high offensive output. He was also in his prime and would likely still be right now if he wasn't traded. The Weber they got was past his prime and had early struggles with the team when they were actually trying to be competitive. And Weber is doing good right now, but Subban was putting up those fantastic offensive numbers in a lower scoring time than today where Weber is starting to score. Prime Subban was significantly better than current Weber. Prime Weber was significantly better than prime Subban but that's not what Montreal got. I think cooler heads should have prevailed and both teams would have been better off if they didn't do anything.
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19 déc 2019 à 21 h 59
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The general consensus was dead wrong on this one. Any way you spin it, Montreal has gotten the better end of the deal here. After PK's first season in Nashville, he's been on a harsh decline, with him now playing like a third pairing guy at best. At the very least, Nashville can be thankful that they moved PK when they did. Now they don't have either contract on the books, which is the only positive Nashville can take away from this right now.
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16 jun 2020 à 10 h 09
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Quoting: Jarvis
I like Weber but I think Preds win this trade due to Webers massive contract
Lol they lose because they traded him and they get massive recapture

Quoting: krakowitz
The general consensus was dead wrong on this one. Any way you spin it, Montreal has gotten the better end of the deal here. After PK's first season in Nashville, he's been on a harsh decline, with him now playing like a third pairing guy at best. At the very least, Nashville can be thankful that they moved PK when they did. Now they don't have either contract on the books, which is the only positive Nashville can take away from this right now.
Yeah definitely
17 oct 2020 à 1 h 14
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Been over 4 years and I still hear people talk about this trade lol

Has there been a bigger trade since?
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17 oct 2020 à 2 h 42
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Quoting: Blazingbat11
Been over 4 years and I still hear people talk about this trade lol

Has there been a bigger trade since?


The O'Reilly trade?
17 oct 2020 à 10 h 25
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The O'Reilly trade?


O’Reilly wasn’t as big of a star as Weber was at the time of the trade, and he was traded for spare parts rather than a former Norris winner. Plus everyone expected ROR might move, while no one ever considered that Weber could be traded.
17 oct 2020 à 13 h 08
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Quoting: Blazingbat11
Been over 4 years and I still hear people talk about this trade lol

Has there been a bigger trade since?


Quoting: Kotkaniemi15
O’Reilly wasn’t as big of a star as Weber was at the time of the trade, and he was traded for spare parts rather than a former Norris winner. Plus everyone expected ROR might move, while no one ever considered that Weber could be traded.


It involved on of the big market clubs is one of the reasons it's still talked about so frequently. And the fact that Subban was traded again kinda refreshed it. But still. The only trade I can think of that comes close is the Duchene, Avs-Pred-Sens deal. No as huge one for one style but just the magnitude and pieces that are still moving from it, it's still worth a mention.
17 oct 2020 à 18 h 04
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Quoting: Kotkaniemi15
O’Reilly wasn’t as big of a star as Weber was at the time of the trade, and he was traded for spare parts rather than a former Norris winner. Plus everyone expected ROR might move, while no one ever considered that Weber could be traded.


At the time it wasn't spare parts. Every player Buffalo got back was decent players or prospects with good potential.
 
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