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(NSH/MTL) - Dauphin for McCarron

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7 janv. 2020 à 17 h 53
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Trade confirmed: Montreal Canadiens - Nashville Predators
Détails de la transaction
Les Canadiens de Montréal font l’acquisition de:
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Laurent Dauphin · 0 $700 000 $100 000 $ (LAH/JR)
Somme: 0 $700 000 $100 000 $
Variation: 0 $
Variation: 0 $
Variation: +100 000 $
Les Predators de Nashville font l’acquisition de:
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Michael McCarron · 0 $700 000 $125 000 $ (LAH/JR)
Somme: 0 $700 000 $125 000 $
Variation: 0 $
Variation: 0 $
Variation: +125 000 $
7 janv. 2020 à 17 h 55
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What a blockbuster. Two overhyped high pick busts for each other. Wowzers.
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7 janv. 2020 à 18 h 3
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I think it's because laval has way to many right handed players compared to left handed one.
7 janv. 2020 à 18 h 5
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A rare “hockey trade“ where it’s not about dealing contracts
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7 janv. 2020 à 18 h 9
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Nashville wins because I don’t know the other guy
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7 janv. 2020 à 18 h 10
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hard to call these guys "busts" One is a second round pick with about a 25% chance of developing into an NHL player.
The other is a late round 1st, You take out the top of the draft and those 1st round picks are at like 40% chance to be an NHL player.

Both had uphill climbs to be NHL players.
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7 janv. 2020 à 18 h 39
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I was hoping they'd acquire Tinordi back frown
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7 janv. 2020 à 18 h 42
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hard to call these guys "busts" One is a second round pick with about a 25% chance of developing into an NHL player.
The other is a late round 1st, You take out the top of the draft and those 1st round picks are at like 40% chance to be an NHL player.

Both had uphill climbs to be NHL players.


They could've had Theodore, Hartman or Dickinson instead of McCarron lmfao, stop giving management excuses when they go for the big tough meanies.
7 janv. 2020 à 18 h 50
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Me Oh My, Oh How The Might Have Fallen.
7 janv. 2020 à 19 h 53
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They could've had Theodore, Hartman or Dickinson instead of McCarron lmfao, stop giving management excuses when they go for the big tough meanies.


Hindsight is great isn't it?
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7 janv. 2020 à 20 h 29
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McCarron is pretty much useless. Although I don’t know Dauphin, his stats and age suggest that he would be better for Laval than McCarron. And who knows, a change of scenery could do McCarron well, and he could maybe become a fringe NHLer someday.

Edit: McCarron and Dauphin are the same age. McCarron seems much older than he is, but not in a good way.
7 janv. 2020 à 23 h 18
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McCarron Fucale DelaRose Andrighetto Reway Crisp

Another draft class botch by Timmins.
7 janv. 2020 à 23 h 18
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McCarron Fucale DelaRose Andrighetto Reway Crisp

Another draft class botch by Timmins.
8 janv. 2020 à 0 h 49
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Nashville wins because I don’t know the other guy


I knew of Dauphin but completely forgot about him until now.
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8 janv. 2020 à 4 h 0
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McCarron Fucale DelaRose Andrighetto Reway Crisp

Another draft class botch by Timmins.


Michael McCarron - was never going to be anything more than a bottom 6 forward. When he was drafted, he was slated as a major reclamation project. He chose to go to the CHL, which was the biggest mistake of his life. Still capable of being a 13th forward.

Jacob De La Rose - Was a great, great player in Europe, his defensive skills transitioned, but his offensive game never translated, I don't know what happened here. He's still a good 4th line PKer.

Zach Fucale - We all know Goalies are a mystery, but he was wicked on that Halifax Moosehead team and is still showing signs of his skill. He was a bust though.

Artturi Lehkonen - Steal of a pick. Pure defensive player that is on pace this year for over 40 points. Gives it his all every shift.

Connor Crisp - The only guy we drafted who never had any hype, never showed any real signs of being an NHL player.

Sven Andrighetto - Very capable middle six winger. For a 3rd round pick, that's a great pick.

Martin Reway - Very unfortunate what happened to him. Was showing signs of being a very good NHL player before heart problems were found. Just **** luck here really.

Jeremy Gregoire - 6th round pick so was never expecting much, still showed some signs of skill in Junior, just couldn't develop him.

3/8 drafted players being full time NHLers is a great job considering just how weak this draft was. There's still time for more of those players to become NHL players. I wouldn't call this draft a loss.
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8 janv. 2020 à 14 h 50
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Michael McCarron - was never going to be anything more than a bottom 6 forward. When he was drafted, he was slated as a major reclamation project. He chose to go to the CHL, which was the biggest mistake of his life. Still capable of being a 13th forward.

Jacob De La Rose - Was a great, great player in Europe, his defensive skills transitioned, but his offensive game never translated, I don't know what happened here. He's still a good 4th line PKer.

Zach Fucale - We all know Goalies are a mystery, but he was wicked on that Halifax Moosehead team and is still showing signs of his skill. He was a bust though.

Artturi Lehkonen - Steal of a pick. Pure defensive player that is on pace this year for over 40 points. Gives it his all every shift.

Connor Crisp - The only guy we drafted who never had any hype, never showed any real signs of being an NHL player.

Sven Andrighetto - Very capable middle six winger. For a 3rd round pick, that's a great pick.

Martin Reway - Very unfortunate what happened to him. Was showing signs of being a very good NHL player before heart problems were found. Just **** luck here really.

Jeremy Gregoire - 6th round pick so was never expecting much, still showed some signs of skill in Junior, just couldn't develop him.

3/8 drafted players being full time NHLers is a great job considering just how weak this draft was. There's still time for more of those players to become NHL players. I wouldn't call this draft a loss.


This was a nice break down, but surly you don't think this draft was weak? 2013 was loaded!

https://www.hockey-reference.com/draft/NHL_2013_entry.html
8 janv. 2020 à 14 h 52
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McCarron Fucale DelaRose Andrighetto Reway Crisp

Another draft class botch by Timmins.


Nice double post smile
8 janv. 2020 à 16 h 6
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Hindsight is great isn't it?


I literally said that imo drafting big tough meanies on high picks is bad. Hindsight is different.
8 janv. 2020 à 19 h 7
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This was a nice break down, but surly you don't think this draft was weak? 2013 was loaded!

https://www.hockey-reference.com/draft/NHL_2013_entry.html


Look at the picks after Montreal’s 1st. The rest of the draft is very much below average.
8 janv. 2020 à 22 h 59
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Quoting: Patriot12992
This was a nice break down, but surly you don't think this draft was weak? 2013 was loaded!

https://www.hockey-reference.com/draft/NHL_2013_entry.html


12 of the first 13 in terms of scoring went before Montreal had a pick. Montreal got the 7th highest producer from that draft for Galchenyuk and we drafted the 22nd highest producer with our 3rd round pick. I'd say we did fairly well given the circumstances.
8 janv. 2020 à 23 h 0
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I literally said that imo drafting big tough meanies on high picks is bad. Hindsight is different.


I completely agree.
8 janv. 2020 à 23 h 15
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Quoting: Nohate
Nashville wins because I don’t know the other guy


Montreal wins because I know McCarron.

It's been at least three years of having McCarron constantly been including in Montreal trades by Habs fans....NHL deals for some reason. Now these CapFriendly posts will have to another Laval player.
 
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