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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Cory</b></div><div>Thanks for the input guys. I am sorry, I didn't focus too much on trade value and probably should have included that. I knew I had to shed Perraults contract to make it fit, but wasn't sure what else was needed or how much he was worth on a long term deal. Was just trying to see more or less if he fits with this club or not. I heard on TSN on the deadline that Montreal has a lot of young talented centers and could be willing to move him. Now everyone has guys that they watch and believe. I tend to find Dreger, McKenzie and Lebrun to be creditable, but I often see people on here ripping those guys to shreds too.</div></div>
Domi would fit, but it would very much depend on the asking price.
I think it’s very likely Domi gets moved in the offseason as he’s the highest value player that’s easiest to replace, considering the Habs internal C depth. Most likely Montreal will be looking to fix their issues on LD in return so they’ll want an established player or an NHL ready prospect coming back as part of the deal.
There is also the issue of Domi being RFA this offseason, so a new contract would need to be worked out either prior to a trade or as part of the trade process. (It’s more likely an acquiring team would want to negotiate there own deal)
I can see Domi getting 6yrs at 6.5M, but more than that and I’d look elsewhere, personally.
As you said, shedding cap to bring him in would be required, so the Jets would need to include a player like Perreault or they’d need to trade one separately in another deal.
As for the sources you listed...
Dreger is mostly full of hot air. Usually just spewing what he hears from someone else.
Lebrun is a throw crap at the wall and see what sticks, kinda guy.
The Bobfather, McKenzie, is the most credible source there is, but he isn’t always the fastest.