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Ideal Deadline Targets from an Outside Perspective

Créé par: krakowitz
Date de création initiale: avr 1, 2021
Publié: 5 avr à 19 h 42
Équipe: 2020-21 Maple Leafs de Toronto
Explications
As a non-Leafs fan, I think these two are the perfect targets for the Leafs. I see Wood bringing a few Hyman-esque elements to the middle six and penalty kill that they need more of, and Savard is a shot blocking beast that can help contain the scoring depth that teams like Winnipeg have. I'd also look into an Andersen+ for Kuemper deal if Arizona is up for it, but I doubt something like that is possible and the Leafs end up rolling with Campbell in the playoffs.

I didn't take the time to figure out values in the trades since everybody gets so up tight about them. The key is that the Leafs aren't giving up any of their top three prospects (Amirov, Sandin, Robertson) to get either of these players. Probably moving out mostly draft picks and prospects in the next tiers to get these deals done.
Transactions
TOR
    to whoever for whatever
    SJS
    1. Kerfoot, Alexander
    TOR
    1. Wood, Miles (1 000 000 $ retained)
    NJD
      whatever (within reason)
      TOR
      1. Savard, David (2 125 000 $ retained)
      CBJ
        whatever (within reason)
        Rachats de contrats
        • Mikhail Grabovski: 0 $
        Transactions impliquant une retenue de salaire
        • Phil Kessel: 1 200 000 $ (15%)
        ANNÉE DE REPÊCHAGERONDE 1RONDE 2RONDE 3RONDE 4RONDE 5RONDE 6RONDE 7
        2021
        TOR
        TOR
        TOR
        TOR
        TOR
        2022
        TOR
        TOR
        TOR
        TOR
        TOR
        TOR
        TOR
        2023
        TOR
        TOR
        TOR
        TOR
        TOR
        TOR
        TOR
        TAILLE DE LA FORMATIONPLAFOND SALARIALCAP HITEXCÉDENTS BONISESPACE SOUS LE PLAFOND SALARIAL
        2181 500 000 $78 699 741 $0 $0 $2 800 259 $
        Ailier gaucheCentreAilier droit
        TOR
        Hyman, Zach
        2 250 000 $
        AG, AD
        NTC
        UFA - 1
        TOR
        Matthews, Auston
        11 640 250 $
        C
        UFA - 4
        TOR
        Marner, Mitchell
        10 903 000 $
        AD
        UFA - 5
        NJD
        Wood, Miles
        1 750 000 $
        AG
        RFA - 2
        TOR
        Tavares, John
        11 000 000 $
        C
        NMC
        UFA - 5
        TOR
        Nylander, William
        6 962 366 $
        AD, AG
        UFA - 4
        TOR
        Galchenyuk, Alex
        1 050 000 $
        AG, C, AD
        UFA - 1
        TOR
        Spezza, Jason
        700 000 $
        C, AD
        UFA - 1
        TOR
        Mikheyev, Ilya
        1 645 000 $
        AG, AD
        UFA - 2
        TOR
        Engvall, Pierre
        1 250 000 $
        AG, C
        RFA - 2
        TOR
        Thornton, Joe
        700 000 $
        C, AG
        NMC
        UFA - 1
        TOR
        Simmonds, Wayne
        1 500 000 $
        AD, AG
        NTC
        UFA - 1
        Défenseur gaucherDéfenseur droitierGardien de but
        TOR
        Rielly, Morgan
        5 000 000 $
        DG
        NTC
        UFA - 2
        TOR
        Brodie, TJ
        5 000 000 $
        DD
        NMC
        UFA - 4
        TOR
        Campbell, Jack
        1 650 000 $
        G
        UFA - 2
        TOR
        Muzzin, Jake
        5 625 000 $
        DG
        NMC
        UFA - 4
        TOR
        Holl, Justin
        2 000 000 $
        DD
        NTC
        UFA - 3
        TOR
        Andersen, Frederik
        5 000 000 $
        G
        NTC
        UFA - 1
        TOR
        Dermott, Travis
        874 125 $
        DG
        RFA - 1
        Laissés de côtéListe des blessés (IR)Liste des blessés à long terme (LTIR)
        TOR
        Bogosian, Zach
        1 000 000 $
        DD
        NTC
        UFA - 1
        Équipe de réserve
        TOR
        Barabanov, Alexander
        925 000 $ (0 $)
        AD, AG
        UFA - 1
        TOR
        Vehvilainen, Veini
        925 000 $ (0 $)
        G
        RFA - 1
        TOR
        Sabourin, Scott
        700 000 $ (0 $)
        AD
        UFA - 1
        TOR
        Hutchinson, Michael
        725 000 $ (0 $)
        G
        UFA - 2
        TOR
        Marincin, Martin
        700 000 $ (0 $)
        DG
        UFA - 1
        TOR
        Liljegren, Timothy
        863 333 $ (0 $)
        DD
        RFA - 2

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        5 avr à 19 h 45
        #1
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        The defence TO has has done a great job of defending against the high powered offence of Edmonton and Winnipeg. Savard hasn't been doing the same in his division.
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        5 avr à 19 h 49
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        Quoting: PleaseBanMeForMyOwnGood
        The defence TO has has done a great job of defending against the high powered offence of Edmonton and Winnipeg. Savard hasn't been doing the same in his division.


        Fair. I haven't really watched Columbus this year with the exception of a few games, but I know he's been playing fairly heavy minutes against a lot high end talent, which won't happen in Toronto. At the very least, I think he's an upgrade to Bogosian (even though he hasn't played poorly) and gives them more depth. I do think he'll do better in Toronto than he has this year in Columbus. His track record is much better than this, and CBJ being a dumpster fire this year doesn't help
        5 avr à 19 h 59
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        Wood would cost a lot to get, especially with retention
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        5 avr à 19 h 59
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        Miles Wood be good in Toronto.
        Leafs fans aren’t gonna like the price though.

        Top D-man prospect, bottom-6 forward and pick
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        5 avr à 20 h 04
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        Quoting: Devil1122
        Wood would cost a lot to get, especially with retention


        Quoting: NHLfan10506
        Miles Wood be good in Toronto.
        Leafs fans aren’t gonna like the price though.

        Top D-man prospect, bottom-6 forward and pick


        I figured as much. I'm sure the extra year of control is a pretty big factor too. As a Caps fan, I've seen a lot of him this year and I've been pretty impressed. What are you guys thinking from a Leafs perspective? Liljegren and a 2nd ish?
        5 avr à 20 h 10
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        Quoting: krakowitz
        I figured as much. I'm sure the extra year of control is a pretty big factor too. As a Caps fan, I've seen a lot of him this year and I've been pretty impressed. What are you guys thinking from a Leafs perspective? Liljegren and a 2nd ish?


        1st
        Sandin or Liljegren
        Depth forward

        Something like that
        5 avr à 20 h 18
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        Quoting: krakowitz
        I figured as much. I'm sure the extra year of control is a pretty big factor too. As a Caps fan, I've seen a lot of him this year and I've been pretty impressed. What are you guys thinking from a Leafs perspective? Liljegren and a 2nd ish?


        Probably not enough. It would cost an overpayment if the Leafs want Wood and that isn't really an overpayment.
        5 avr à 20 h 47
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        If Wood was such a good PKer, wouldn't he actually play the PK??? Like even a little bit???

        Where is this myth coming from that Wood is this great 2 way forward??

        Leafs want nothing to do with a guy making that much $$ to play in their bottom 6, while his cost is higher than it should be because he was on a shooting % bender to start the season.
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        5 avr à 20 h 50
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        I find Wood to be super overvalued. If the Devils want something along the lines of the crazy price that fans on here want for him, I don't think he's an ideal target.
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        5 avr à 20 h 55
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        Quoting: Barilko14
        If Wood was such a good PKer, wouldn't he actually play the PK??? Like even a little bit???

        Where is this myth coming from that Wood is this great 2 way forward??

        Leafs want nothing to do with a guy making that much $$ to play in their bottom 6, while his cost is higher than it should be because he was on a shooting % bender to start the season.


        I honestly think it's just because he plays a hardworking game. Appealing for fans to see that and causes them to make assumptions, I guess?
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        5 avr à 20 h 58
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        Thornton and Spezza do not play centre for the Leafs. Leafs need Kerfoot at centre and don't need LWer Wood as an exchange.

        Does the current edition of Savard replace any Leaf top 6 Dman?

        The only reason Kerfoot should be traded by Leafs is because of the Leafs need the cap space for a superior player coming back in a trade. To think Kerfoot doesn't have value as Leaf....foolish.
        5 avr à 21 h 00
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        Quoting: krakowitz
        Fair. I haven't really watched Columbus this year with the exception of a few games, but I know he's been playing fairly heavy minutes against a lot high end talent, which won't happen in Toronto. At the very least, I think he's an upgrade to Bogosian (even though he hasn't played poorly) and gives them more depth. I do think he'll do better in Toronto than he has this year in Columbus. His track record is much better than this, and CBJ being a dumpster fire this year doesn't help


        Maybe but I am not sure he's needed.
         
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