29 jan 2019
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Gordon_Bombay</b></div><div>Come on. Nylander had a down year two the last season. Besides that. Nylander is a much better player than Domi. Domi has no 30 goal season, 1 28 goal season, 2 in the 17-19 range and two with less than 10
Nylander has 1 bad goal socring season. Otherwise he was never under 20 goals and has 1 with more than 30i.
If Nylanders numbers are only because of his linemates, explain me how he won the MVP award at a World Championship? Also, did you see how many goals Nylander scores from right around the paint. Also, Nylander needs to fight less for pucks because he is a much better puck posession player. Even comparing Nylander to Domi is a joke.
Max is not Tie Domi. I loved the father, but definitley not the son</div></div>
Lol so you are going to use a 10 game tournament that doesn't have the majority of the best NHL players attending, and hitting is pretty much non existent. Ok then, why is Nylander playing in these tournaments, maybe because he contributed 3 goals in 20 NHL play off games. And I see you want to use Nylander's down year last year, Domi had a down year this year. So again, comparing the last 2 years, these 2 players are really not very far apart (statistically Domi has been the better player), and depending on the contract Domi signs, he will actually be a much better deal than Nylander. As a fan of Toronto you must be aware that cap hit is an important ingredient in a player's value.
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Jack_</b></div><div>When he had better stats he was with Matthews and Nylander/Kapanen but this year he played mostly on the 3rd line</div></div>
His first year with decent stats he also had an unsustainable shooting % that he will not realistically repeat. He is what he is, an undersized, 3rd line winger with a lot of speed and likely will never come close to repeating his first season's point totals. Since his biggest asset is his speed, and as mentioned already he is coming off a serious leg injury, and has a high cap hit for a 3rd line winger, their will be very little interest from any other team, especially from now until next trade deadline. At that point, if he proves that he recovered from his injury and he can produce with less than elite line mates, a contending team may take a chance on him if they have a hole to fill in the bottom of their line up. Until then, any return will be minimal, and comparable salary will likely have to be taken back in return if a trade did happen between seasons. Most teams will be tight against the cap and will not be interested in doing additional cap juggling so they can take on an undersized, over paid, average 3rd line left winger coming off a leg injury.