19 juin 2015
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Buffalove</b></div><div>And if by some crazy miracle we could bring in THREE big time forwards to necessitate moving on from Olofsson….
We can just dump him for nothing to a team willing to take him on & sell him at next year’s deadline themselves
But we aren’t gonna “win” next year like it seems u want to
It just isn’t realistic yet</div></div>
Three big forwards Fitz?
Skinner, Tage, Tuch
Mittelstadt, Cozens, Olofsson
Peterka, Krebs, Quinn
Asplund, Girgensons, Okposo
Where are you getting 3 from when that is the forward roster for next season?
I'd be looking to trade Olofsson and uprade via trade or UFA to bring in an RW that can produce points but still positively impacts the game if not producing points with defensive ability, toughness, and physicality. Someone like Copp or Nichushkin.
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>sabres89</b></div><div>Typically, if you are asking a d to play their off hand, they are above average skaters, Samuelsson is below average. If this is my choice, I'm taking a shot at a franchise center with our pick, so the right d you mention, that might be able to step in right away, I'm not picking them. My reason is that we have solid left d talent, I would try to find a couple defensive right shot d, to complement the left d. We don't have a #1 center, we won't find one anywhere but the top of the draft.</div></div>
Samuelsson's skating has greatly improved.
I wouldn't draft either RHD over any of Wright, Cooley, or Savoie either, but the Sabres may not have a choice by the time they pick, and Nemec is damn good.
To me, the top 6 in the draft are Wright, Cooley, Savoie, Slafkovsky, Nemec, and Jiricek.