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Forum: Armchair-GMlun. à 20 h 8
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Aussie_Blackhawk</b></div><div>Legare IMO would be the variable piece in this proposal. The foundation for me would be Poulin and the 2nd but I feel for what Murphy can bring its a little shy of the value.


But yes you would have to require Murphy for this to be a factor indeed.</div></div>

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Aussie_Blackhawk</b></div><div>Legare IMO would be the variable piece in this proposal. The foundation for me would be Poulin and the 2nd but I feel for what Murphy can bring its a little shy of the value.

But yes you would have to require Murphy for this to be a factor indeed.</div></div>

Ya, it’s probably fair value especially with his reasonable long term contract. Just not for the Pens.


Poulin is a top 100 prospect on any list out there too. U really can’t find one he’s not in the top 100 somewhere. Usually around 75-100. And POJ is usually around the 90’s.

Pens don’t have many high end prospects but those 2 definitely are. Again, top 100 prospects on any lists u can find.




Fans undervalue both Poulin and PO-J

2022 Mckeen hockey(updated monthly) - Poulin-#78, PO-J-#91

https://www.mckeenshockey.com/

2022 mid season hockey writers - Poulin-#75, PO-J-#97

https://thehockeywriters.com/nhl-top-100-prospects-ranking/

Another 2022 top 100 prospects list - Poulin #69. PO-J -#80.

https://hockey1on1.com/the-nhls-top-100-prospects/


You can’t find a top 100 prospects list out there(for the past 2-3 years) that Poulin and PO-J arnt in the top 100. And these arnt my opinions. These are NHL beat writers/NHL scouts opinions.
Forum: Armchair-GMlun. à 20 h 3
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Hullsy09</b></div><div>1. I don't think mcginn it is very likely mcginn gets traded, but I just think it isnt worth it to be paying him 2 mil more than Puustinen and Poulin. I would much rather have a number of guys like domi, paul, mikkeyev. crouse ect who would cost only a little more.

2. I am also a zucker fan, it took a lot of balls to play through what he played through in the playoffs. I think he is a legit middle 6 player too, when healthy. I think this guy is a competitor and he will come to camp ready to go. I do not see the point of trading him if you are going to retain, sure he isn't worth 5.5, but he is surely worth 2.75. When healthy he is much much better than mcginn, heck he might have been better than mcginn while injured and he was being held together by duct tape and elmers glue

3. I completely agree that they resign more rfa as well. I just only went through signing the ones who I had in the lineup for game 1. The only resigning I would maybe disagree with would be boyle. I love the guy, but I think it may be time for him to hang em up. Don't get me wrong, he exceeded my expectations more than any other player this year, but I just think he had some heavy boots before his injury and I wonder if he has what it takes to come back</div></div>

Copy and paste quote..

“One of the areas that I’ve spoken about this year with respect to Drew is just adding the penalty-kill dimension,” Pittsburgh Penguins coach Mike Sullivan said. “Especially if you’re playing a bottom-six role on our team, to have the ability to participate on one of the special teams gives us the chance to manage minutes better with respect to the rest of the group that we have so that we can sustain a high level of play and we don’t overplay guys in certain situations. I know that he’s working on that (with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton).

Puustinen and Poulin don’t fit on Sully’s 4th line. Although I’m a fan of both and think offensively much greater than McGinn. Puustinen is a top 6 for the Pens and Poulin probably starts off on the 3rd line for the Pens. That’s my opinion. But that quote was copied and pasted from Sullivan.

https://triblive.com/sports/penguins-forward-drew-oconnors-future-remains-bright/
Forum: Armchair-GMlun. à 19 h 53
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Hullsy09</b></div><div>1. I don't think mcginn it is very likely mcginn gets traded, but I just think it isnt worth it to be paying him 2 mil more than Puustinen and Poulin. I would much rather have a number of guys like domi, paul, mikkeyev. crouse ect who would cost only a little more.

2. I am also a zucker fan, it took a lot of balls to play through what he played through in the playoffs. I think he is a legit middle 6 player too, when healthy. I think this guy is a competitor and he will come to camp ready to go. I do not see the point of trading him if you are going to retain, sure he isn't worth 5.5, but he is surely worth 2.75. When healthy he is much much better than mcginn, heck he might have been better than mcginn while injured and he was being held together by duct tape and elmers glue

3. I completely agree that they resign more rfa as well. I just only went through signing the ones who I had in the lineup for game 1. The only resigning I would maybe disagree with would be boyle. I love the guy, but I think it may be time for him to hang em up. Don't get me wrong, he exceeded my expectations more than any other player this year, but I just think he had some heavy boots before his injury and I wonder if he has what it takes to come back</div></div>

I agree with everything u said too. McGinn is super fast and him and Blueger play the way Sully loves. It’s not likely he gets traded and Puustinen and Poulin are probably ready and deserve a NHL roster spot. But u have to play the PK if you play on Sully’s 4th line too. Neither do.

It’s why OConnor was sent down. Specifically to get PK experience so he can play on the 4th line. If he played on the PK he would’ve played alot more. It’s why Bjorkqvist and Hallander got NHL PT last season too. Sully’s 4th line gotta play the PK.

Completely agree with Zucker. Again, super fast and pesky as hell. Just ran into a string of bad luck injuries here. Never even was able to get going and even able to build chemistry on a line. If we are retaining, I agree. Keep him. Like I said, maybe at the TD(and that’s depending on a lot of things too).

I agree with Boyle as well. Definitely over exceeded expectations. Especially on the PK. I just don’t think you can go wrong with him and Angello at league min again. And Boyle should definitely be in the press box playing against young, fast teams. Like the Rangers or Colorado.
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Forum: Armchair-GM3 avr. à 13 h 53
Just letting Heinen walk isn’t gonna happen.

Soucy, True and a 4th isn’t enough for Zucker and Kappy. Two legit NHL top 6. Mid 6 on a good/play-off team at worst.

Zucker and Kappy both better than Jarnkrok and Lemieux.

Kappy is just 25 years old. RFA, and will sign for 2M-3M this off-season. Even if he goes to arbitration hearing. And a lot of NHL winger would kill for a 11 goal 30 point “floor”. Kappy playing poorly puts up that production.

Zucker only 30 years old. UFA after next season. Yes he caught the injury bug with Pens. But still super fast, pesky defensively and has had 21 goals and 44 points in 85 games with the Pens. Basically one season. Has been unlucky injury wise. Hasn’t had a chance to get going, get steady PT on a steady line and steady line-mates. Still a mid 6 on any play-off team. Top 6 on the Kraken.

And I wouldn’t trade Dumoulin for that either. It’s not even a early 2nd round pick. Gonna be a mid to late round 2nd. Kings are in the play-offs. I’d rather keep Dumo and start Friedman or Po-J as the 3rd pairing LHD. Than Soucy(2.75M) and Kulikov(2.25M).

Trade one of Pettersson/Matheson and Pens have enough Cap to resign Geno/Letang/Rust/Rakell and RFA’s Kappy and Heinen. And maybe MAF. Atleast enough for league min. back-up. I wouldn’t mind it being Domingue.

https://www.capfriendly.com/armchair-gm/team/3153676

Nuch will resign with Avs and will probably get more than 4M per. And probably longer term than 4 years too. He just turned 27 years old, nearly PPG player this season and top defensive forward in the NHL.
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