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Forum: Armchair-GM21 mars à 8 h 51
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>LetsGoPens69</b></div><div>Ya, ya. But projecting a player with AHL/NHL games would be projected more off that than their draft pedigree.

And u understand like asset management as far as team building goes?? Not being an a*s. But that 2nd round value doesn’t follow him once he’s traded.

The Leafs had an investment of a high 2nd/almost 1st round pick into him. They got 2 good seasons and 2 below average seasons from him and a 3rd round pick back in return

That would be like good asset management. Really good asset management would get like getting a 1st back for a 2nd/3rd round pick investment.

So it’s actually like better for Vancouver. You guys only have an 3rd round investment into him. So him having even acouple ok seasons and get a 4th -5th round pick would be good asset management.

If a team has a 1st round pick investment into a player. You want to give them every opportunity b/c it’s a big investment. The team used a huge asset, a 1st round pick, to acquire that player.

And just losing players for nothing in free agency is considered bad asset management. Unless he killed it and had 5-10 years of above average play and made up whatever the value for a 1st round pick is.

U can google the concept. All GMs and operations guys in every sport use the concept now. There’s like long definitions explaining everything and values and stuff.</div></div>

So using your logic ,how do you explain the Hagel trade .is that good asset management.not trying to be a smart ass but your logic does not always apply.Thats why every one is entitled to their OWN opinion.