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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>phillyjabroni</b></div><div>Disagree with the analysis of Gaudreau's value. He may be better than Konecny, but it doesn't make sense from a market value standpoint for Philadelphia to move Konecny, Frost, and a 1st for a player with 2 years remaining on his contract. Lack of incentive for Philadelphia or any team to move one of their top-six forwards who is young, relatively cheap, and has term - in addition to one of their top-3 prospects and a 1st round pick.

The return for Gaudreau would be similar to the return for Ryan McDonagh, assuming this trade is executed this offseason. You're probably looking at 1st round pick, conditional 2nd round pick, and some average/slightly above average prospects in any return for Gaudreau.

Hardly any incentive for Philadelphia to move Sanheim and Farabee for Monahan. Whether or not the deal is fair in value doesn't really matter because Philadelphia has no incentive to move either of the two players.

Phil Myers may not be an established top-four defensemen, but his potential and chemistry with Sanheim this year has been developing and getting better throughout this season. He's not going anywhere.</div></div>

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>phillyjabroni</b></div><div>Disagree with the analysis of Gaudreau's value. He may be better than Konecny, but it doesn't make sense from a market value standpoint for Philadelphia to move Konecny, Frost, and a 1st for a player with 2 years remaining on his contract. Lack of incentive for Philadelphia or any team to move one of their top-six forwards who is young, relatively cheap, and has term - in addition to one of their top-3 prospects and a 1st round pick.

The return for Gaudreau would be similar to the return for Ryan McDonagh, assuming this trade is executed this offseason. You're probably looking at 1st round pick, conditional 2nd round pick, and some average/slightly above average prospects in any return for Gaudreau.

Hardly any incentive for Philadelphia to move Sanheim and Farabee for Monahan. Whether or not the deal is fair in value doesn't really matter because Philadelphia has no incentive to move either of the two players.

Phil Myers may not be an established top-four defensemen, but his potential and chemistry with Sanheim this year has been developing and getting better throughout this season. He's not going anywhere.</div></div>

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>phillyjabroni</b></div><div>Disagree with the analysis of Gaudreau's value. He may be better than Konecny, but it doesn't make sense from a market value standpoint for Philadelphia to move Konecny, Frost, and a 1st for a player with 2 years remaining on his contract. Lack of incentive for Philadelphia or any team to move one of their top-six forwards who is young, relatively cheap, and has term - in addition to one of their top-3 prospects and a 1st round pick.

The return for Gaudreau would be similar to the return for Ryan McDonagh, assuming this trade is executed this offseason. You're probably looking at 1st round pick, conditional 2nd round pick, and some average/slightly above average prospects in any return for Gaudreau.

Hardly any incentive for Philadelphia to move Sanheim and Farabee for Monahan. Whether or not the deal is fair in value doesn't really matter because Philadelphia has no incentive to move either of the two players.

Phil Myers may not be an established top-four defensemen, but his potential and chemistry with Sanheim this year has been developing and getting better throughout this season. He's not going anywhere.</div></div>

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>phillyjabroni</b></div><div>Disagree with the analysis of Gaudreau's value. He may be better than Konecny, but it doesn't make sense from a market value standpoint for Philadelphia to move Konecny, Frost, and a 1st for a player with 2 years remaining on his contract. Lack of incentive for Philadelphia or any team to move one of their top-six forwards who is young, relatively cheap, and has term - in addition to one of their top-3 prospects and a 1st round pick.

The return for Gaudreau would be similar to the return for Ryan McDonagh, assuming this trade is executed this offseason. You're probably looking at 1st round pick, conditional 2nd round pick, and some average/slightly above average prospects in any return for Gaudreau.

Hardly any incentive for Philadelphia to move Sanheim and Farabee for Monahan. Whether or not the deal is fair in value doesn't really matter because Philadelphia has no incentive to move either of the two players.

Phil Myers may not be an established top-four defensemen, but his potential and chemistry with Sanheim this year has been developing and getting better throughout this season. He's not going anywhere.</div></div>

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>phillyjabroni</b></div><div>Disagree with the analysis of Gaudreau's value. He may be better than Konecny, but it doesn't make sense from a market value standpoint for Philadelphia to move Konecny, Frost, and a 1st for a player with 2 years remaining on his contract. Lack of incentive for Philadelphia or any team to move one of their top-six forwards who is young, relatively cheap, and has term - in addition to one of their top-3 prospects and a 1st round pick.

The return for Gaudreau would be similar to the return for Ryan McDonagh, assuming this trade is executed this offseason. You're probably looking at 1st round pick, conditional 2nd round pick, and some average/slightly above average prospects in any return for Gaudreau.

Hardly any incentive for Philadelphia to move Sanheim and Farabee for Monahan. Whether or not the deal is fair in value doesn't really matter because Philadelphia has no incentive to move either of the two players.

Phil Myers may not be an established top-four defensemen, but his potential and chemistry with Sanheim this year has been developing and getting better throughout this season. He's not going anywhere.</div></div>


What do you think about the deal as it’s currently laid out?