18 nov. 2018
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This is pretty fair for all teams involved imo.
From a Sharks perspective, this was a good return for what Grier was willing to do. Didn't retain too much, acquired players that slot into the top six and can be flipped for assets, and accelerating the rebuild just slightly. This gives us a great shot to improve defensively, and an even better chance to get players that will help the future (i.e. Celebrini, Kiviharju, Eiserman). For once, I can actually see direction in what Sharks management wants to do, and they want to rebuild. The Burns deal was iffy, but the trades since the Meier deal have been pretty good for the team, and there are potentially more on the way.
Pittsburgh gets a facelift on the cap front, as well as a Norris winning defenseman who will play a substantial role in getting them back to the playoffs, and Dubas can still get a supplemental piece for the bottom six with the extra space, assuming he doesn't want Alex Nylander playing 10-15m a night. They also undid all of Hextall's wrongs, which is a win.
Montreal did decently and got Petry back who should aid their young blueline or the potential for more assets, as well as getting a second rounder, and a backup goaltender in DeSmith, which could mark the end of both Jake Allen and Cayden Primeau, as Montembeault/DeSmith is the likely tandem.
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