19 oct. 2017
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Forum: NHLil y a 8 heures Forum: NHLil y a 8 heures I'd probably lean to no.
The only "meaningful" assets in this exchange are Holtz and the 1st, and based on how good NJ has been this year, it's fair to estimate that that pick be a relatively low one.
ANA should build around Terry, he's probably their best individual player tight now.
Keller is inked long-term, I don't see the point for ARI to deal him unless the deal absolutely blows their pants out.
STL looks to contend right now, although this year they've struggled quite a bit. I dunno if acquiring futures is in the cards for them, at least not yet.
Lastly, Debrincat...can't see OTT wanting to give up on him after such a short time, but by the same token, if he plans to pull a Tkachuk which is a considerable possibility, Holtz+1st for him good be a decent haul, at least compared to what they paid for him.
Forum: NHLil y a 22 heures <div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>ItalChech</b></div><div>Ya i agree both are great players, Suzuki is younger but man this really interests me. i dont think its a trade to be made, liek you said, both decline</div></div>
Early development, higher draft stock, getting an early chance to compete in the NHL right after being traded from Vegas to MTL without netting any AHL games.
Hintz has made it to the top via a more traditional route, which is typical for Dallas draftees, developing first in Finland, then playing in AHL for a year and a half. Plus, Hintz was a mid 2nd rounder when he got drafted, compared to Suzuki who could've gone in Top10.
Suzuki is 3 years younger, yet he has only 30 games less experience compared to Hintz in NHL.