2 janv. 2019
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If you want to avoid pursuing big name players, and instead focus on plugging in less expensive options (Kulikov, Nyquist, etc), that's fine.
But you can't then offer a proposal for a big name player, for much less than their market value, just because you want them at 50 cents on the dollar.
The absolute smallest package that could land Tarasenko, as is, would be Kravtsov and a 2023 1st. Substituting Goodrow's lengthy Contract in there, with no 1st Rounder at all, is by no means a justifiable replacement.
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>AG_sweden</b></div><div>Well you are true to the title, I give you that... :cool
Also imagine if they don't win it with this lineup, then it is time to give up on hockey...
Or at the very least give up on the team.</div></div>
I'm more of a Lafreniere detractor, to this point. If it's the Rangers screwing him up, then so be it. But when Chytil and Kakko struggled in the beginning, there were still certain facets of their game that made up for their lack of point production. And then eventually, the other areas caught up.
Lafreniere is absolutely invisible. Despite the lack of production, there is no other area of his game where he sticks out. I know it's probably wrong to move him this early, but in year 3, he's not showing the same progression as some of the other young Forwards before him.
And while I have liked Kravtsov 's improvement of late, they're jerking him around, too. His hijinks last year with Drury included, and I don't see him being around for the long haul.
The Two 1st Rounders will likely be later in the Round. Solid Draft class or not, they can be had.