2 jan 2017
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Jack_</b></div><div>lol what are you even looking at? At 5v5 Hyman isnt good defensively at all. hes really good on the pk but the leafs have a bunch of penalty killers right now. Matthews is one of the leafs best defensive forwards. Kapanen was also pretty bad this year offensively and defensively. the oilers wont give up a 23 year old top pair defenseman for kapanen</div></div>
Hyman 5v5 Possession Metrics: CF% 52.3%, oiSv% 0.885, oZS% 52.5%
Matthews 5v5 Possession Metrics: CF% 54.2%, oiSv% 0.890, oZS% 59.5%
Marner 5v5 Possession Metrics: CF% 53%, oiSv% 0.875, oZS% 53%
Kappy 5v5 Possession Metrics: CF% 52%, oiSV% 0.890, oZS% 50%
Daily Faceoff has Bear on the 2nd pair (could be inaccurate). averaged 22 mins/night (3rd defenceman minutes on Oilers, so I could see the argument of 1st pair next season) 5G/16A isn't a bad stat line either, Decent Corsi relative to team, Gave up the puck twice as often as he took it away.
Kappy - 3rd line guy (only because of Marner and Nylander) 13G/23A (5 points were man advantage), average corsi on the Leafs, Took away puck more often than coughed it up.
Kappy on McDavid's wing would arguably be the fastest line in the league (especially if they resign Ennis)
I think Kappy for Bear is pretty close (kinda like the Jones-Johansen trade on a much smaller scale). Edmonton has Bouchard to step into the lineup. And Kappy easily slots into the Top 6. Makes a lot of sense to me.
But the Hyman slander hurts. He's the heart and soul of the Leafs. The day he gets traded/sent to FA will be a hard day for me.
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>hockeyfanatic05</b></div><div>Rielly's known as an OD, but only has had 1 10+ goal season. Ekblad already has 5 10+ goal seasons. Give Ekblad the forwards Rielly has and his points increase too</div></div>
sorry to reply to this thread again, but I really think you're discounting the skill of Rielly. Sure, Ekblad has 5 10+ goal seasons (12, 15, 10, 16, 13 - 12 per season on average vs. Rielly's 8 on average), but his assists aren't as good as Rielly's (31 for Rielly/season, vs Ekblad at 23.5/season). Rielly has alo hit the 50+ point mark twice, with one of those seasons being at 70+, while Ekblad has passed 40 points once)
Ekblad career stats (22:31 - TOI, 51.3% CF, 51.8 oZS%) - outlier being his 38 pt season with 58% dZS.
Rielly career stats (21:40 TOI, 50.1 CF%, 49.1% oZS%) - outlier being his 72 point season with 56% oZS.
Ekblad definitely has the defensive stats that the Leafs desperately need, while Rielly offers the Panthers more offense, and cheaper salary (which the Owner wants to cut back on the overall money spent on the team)
Is the trade even, likely not. But its closer than you may think