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Forum: Armchair-GMil y a 17 heures
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Ryminister_27</b></div><div>False.

You're objectively missing out in key factors:

Coleman is a far more established player.

Dunn has been sheltered this year on the 3rd pairing and looked terrible. The only thing he's proved is that when he doesn't play with Parayko or Pietrangelo then he's nothing more than a #5 guy.

Coleman was on a what was considered great contract. Multiple years left and well below market value - Dunn is essentially overpaid right now.

As I said before, Dunn will be left exposed to Seattle if he's not moved and likely lost for free. Teams aren't gonna pay a premium for a guy that St. Louis has to move anyways.

If you're thinking they will get a second pairing d-man or top pick/prospect for him, you need to look deeper into things. No ones gonna pay that for him.</div></div>

bro unless you are someone who watches the blues every night you have no idea what you are talking about. Dunn is talented enough to be in the top 4, but the blues have a system where they spread out the talent on their D pairs. They had faulk and dunn on the 3rd pair most of last year because petro gunny and parayko Bouw always played well together. Him being on the 3rd pair doesn't mean anything. His analytics are really good and the market is always high on young defenseman. And he will absolutely be protected in Seattle if they decide to keep him. Faulk will be exposed as Seattle won't be touching that contract. and to use the word "terrible". he had a bad couple games that doesn't mean **** if you look at his career as a whole
Forum: Armchair-GMTue at 11:30 pm