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(CGY / NYI) - Hamonic for 2018 1st, 2nd round picks

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24 jun 2017 à 11 h 41
A trade between Calgary Flames and New York Islanders has been confirmed.
Détails de la transaction
Les Flames de Calgary font l’acquisition de:
Flames de Calgary
Choix conditionnel de 4e ronde en 2019* (NYI - #116 - Lucas Feuk)
*Conditions: Si le choix que Calgary envoie aux Islanders est un choix de 2e ronde en 2019, les Flames recevront le choix de 4e ronde en 2019. Si c'est un choix de 2e ronde en 2020 que les Flames échangent, ils recevront le choix de 4e ronde en 2020 à la place.

Résultat: Les Flames reçoivent donc un choix de 4e ronde en 2019.
Les Islanders de New York font l’acquisition de:
Islanders de New York
Choix de 1e ronde en 2018 (CGY - #12 - Noah Dobson)
Choix de 2e ronde en 2018 (CGY - #43 - Ruslan Iskhakov)
Choix conditionnel de 2e ronde en 2019* (CGY - #57 - Samuel Bolduc)
*Conditions: Si les Flames ratent les séries en 2018, les Islanders recevront un choix de 2e ronde en 2019. En cas contraire, les Islanders recevront un choix de 2e ronde en 2020 à la place.

Résultat: Les Flames ont raté les séries en 2018. Les Isles reçoivent donc un choix de 2e ronde en 2019.
24 jun 2017 à 11 h 56
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This is huge if the Flames can get depth scoring and actual goaltending from Mike Smith they could make a run I think with how weak the West is now
24 jun 2017 à 12 h 25
Rejoint: jan 2016
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NYI wins this trade if and only if they flip these picks for Duchene. Though frankly, even if we don't, it's a long offseason, and there's a lot of available talent outside Duchene. I could think of a few rebuilding teams who'd give up established talent for a 1st and two 2nds. And you have to give Garth credit. He landed pretty close to his asking price of 2 1sts.

'Til then CGY wins this trade. They walk away happy no matter what NYI uses those picks for.
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25 jun 2017 à 13 h 07
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Islanders took a step forward trading for Eberle only to take 2 steps back dealing Hamonic. They needed to at least get Ferland who had 15 goals if they were going to ship him to flames. Bad move by Islanders for a team who missed post season by 1 or 2 points depending on if had a tie breaker or not. Shipping a guy who has an upside with a contract under 4M cheaper than Russell, Muzzin, Martinez, among many others wasn't good for NYI. Flames need to win now going with Mike Smith or whoever in net, now they have a nice top 4 D with Doogie Hamilton who always liked from Boston days, TJ Brodie another guy like, then the big name Giordana or however spell his name with Hamonic rounding them out. Lucky for Islanders they at least have Mayfield along with Pullock or whatever whoa re right shots to play behind Boychuk. Not happy about this deal, hoped they could get Trouba from Jets if were shipping a right shot D smile... Now if they don't sign Shattenkirk or Cody Franson their D will probably not be as stellar missing post season by 5-10 points. At least Garth Snow is still himself, backing from his desire for 2 first round picks for Hamnoic.

I think much of this was motivated by him wanting to be traded closer to Winnipeg for family reasons. Kings cry about stuff instead of making deals for a right shot D-man... They could have signed Cody Franson, kept Schenn for a total of 4.25M or so. Either way teams in the West are getting better while the Kings are lucky Vancouver is there to keep them from finishing last smile. I had wanted Vegas to take Ferland but he was protected. Islanders will probably botch these draft picks anyways knowing them smile. Must be tough for their hardcore fans anytime they seem to move forward they spring backwards wink.
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