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Forum: Armchair-GMil y a 15 heures
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>AC14</b></div><div>Bolduc is a mid 1st round pick who is making his NHL debut tomorrow at 20. Saying an ok prospect at best is pretty disingenuous. He was a key piece in a team that won the Mem cup last year. Does he have possible bust potential? Sure but he also has very clear top of the lineup potential as well. In my viewing, there's nothing that suggests that Ferraro should return more than a 2nd and quite possibly 2 2nds. Generous comp Devon Toews, now granted that's also pretty unfair after seeing how things turned out.

What i'm suggesting is. If you're looking for a 1st + 2nd conditional to upgrade + a better than top 50 prospect last year + a young roster middle 6 forward and young roster defensive prospect you're valuing Ferraro similar to what I would imagine Jaccob Slavin would return which is just a wild assessment.</div></div>

I mean you're comparing the return for Toews which is known as a brutal return. In hindsight even more so, but even at the time that was awful for the Islanders. Add to that the Islanders were in cap trouble and had a lot of blue liners and were actively looking to move one. That's the opposite situation the Sharks are in.

And no, that's not what i'm saying. That's the return that Timo got. What I'm saying is Ferraro is worth about half that. So a 1st + a good prospect. Or a First + young NHLer with top 6 FW/top 4 D potential. Or a conditional 2nd and a REALLY good prospect. Again, Sharks don't WANT to move him but will if someone comes to them with a very good return. He still fits the timeline of the rebuild and is a huge leader on this team