27 jun 2019
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Carlapin007</b></div><div>Sorry, I kinda replied randomly and not on that specific package. To be honest, I don't know the Rangers players that much. I know little about Rykov and Andersson, so I can't judge. But from what I've seen on Strome, I don't like the fit in MTL. We have KK and Suzuki at C for our top-6. And Danault is the perfect 3C. Would Strome play wing?
Buch is a nice player. I cannot tell if he generates offence on his own or if he only benefits from playing with dynamic players plike Panarin or Zibenedjad.
But I can see the value in this deal for the Habs. I'm sorry that I judged it too soon... See, Habs fans CAN be logical/humble... at times! ;)</div></div>
It's okay man, thanks for the comment! At the end of the day I'm not 100% sure on the Habs' needs either, and was seeing if a trade could be agreed upon by both sides.
Strome can play the wing as well, and could be decent to pair on the 2nd line maybe to take faceoffs if one of the younger centers struggles, etc.
I'd love to answer that on Buch, but at the end of the day I'm not exactly sure. He's a streaky forward... seems to play better when mad. When he's going, he looks good and makes chances himself. But even with Zibanejad and Panarin and Kreider, he can turn invisible. But, he is still young, and is consistently a half point per game player or better.
I know the Habs would probably benefit better from a defensemen, but I'd consider our "good" ones hopefully untouchable. So it's possible a trade can't be reached here. But again, the Rangers are over-flowing with good defensive prospects, and Rykov is one of them