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  1. by the looks of their defensive depth chart, they don't really have a preference of having LHD & RHD playing their respective sides. To me, CBJ is a team that will go all out next year so I think they will try to shore up every area of their team with depth that would help them during playoff time. Revised deal: VAN - Nutivaara, Milano CBJ - Hutton (50% Retained), Lockwood, MacEwen
  2. Yeah totally agree. I could see Goldobin on his way out because of Baertschi's resigning. Milano could be a similar type of deal to when the Canucks acquired Baertschi a couple years ago.
  3. VAN: Sonny Milano Markus Nutivaara CBJ: Michael Del Zotto (50% salary retained) Brendan Gaunce Will Lockwood Milano can be a candidate to have a bounce back year if he is put in offensive situation. Plus he may be squeezed out of the CBJ's left side with them having Panarin, Foligno, & Jenner ahead of him. Nutivaara would be a really good addition, with him being a good puck moving LHD that plays the right side, plus he has a good cap hit. Del Zotto would fit Tortorella's system, and he does have some familiarity with him from MDZ's time as a NYR Gaunce and Lockwood together creates enough value to get back Nutivaara.
  4. What do you want as the Canucks alternate jersey?

    Seen this on instagram: pretty goddamn sick if you ask me
  5. 2018-2019 - Line-Up - Trades to come ?

    Goldobin - Horvat - Boeser Eriksson - Gagner - Pettersson Rieder - Gaudette - Virtanen Rousell - Ryan - Granlund Leipsic Edler - Stecher Hughes - Tanev Del Zotto - Gudbranson Pouliot Markstrom Nilsson Traded: Baertschi & Sutter & Hutton This is not the lineup I want, but given that its good ol' Jimbo & Trev at the helm, this definitely seems like a realistic possibility. Beagle's going to price himself out of the Canucks' range (https://twitter.com/DhaliwalSports/status/1012845273687646208) , so I could see the Canucks looking at Ryan as a good checking line center. Rousell & Rieder have already been linked to the Canucks and provide good veteran depth. IMO Calvin De Haan would be a good addition & his agent reached out to the Canucks which would signify interest on the players' behalf but I can't see management pulling off a trade involving the defense.
  6. 2018-2019 - Line-Up - Trades to come ?

    I would do Sven + Dipietro + Del Zotto , even though I love Dipietro, out of all the significant assets we can part with, I see him as most replaceable
  7. 2018-2019 - Line-Up - Trades to come ?

    Totally understand the stop - gap argument. But acquiring Reinhart would allow for Pettersson to stay at RW where he has shown (albeit one season) that is where most of his damage comes from.
  8. 2018-2019 - Line-Up - Trades to come ?

    Looking at the hole at C, does Sam Reinhart make any sense? What would a trade proposal look like if were to try and acquire him
  9. VAN: Yanni Gourde 2020 1st Round Pick TBL: Chris Tanev - I think this trade has the ability to happen since the Lightning are desparately looking to get over their playoff struggles. I can see Stevie Y letting go of a 1st in a couple years to get a dman that fits their needs to a T. - Looking at their most recent playoff run, their older veterans on the blueline were getting exposed (Girardi & Coburn) - Adding Tanev would really bolster their top 4 and add a underrated defensive presence that would thrive in the Eastern Conference. - Gourde can play an energy game or skilled game plus the fact that he can also has positional versatility would be helpful (C or LW). - Realistically, Tanev only has three destinations IMO; Toronto, TB, or NYI & out of those destinations, this is the most likely trade. - Can see him centering Pettersson & Eriksson next year as the second line. - Bad thing is Gourde is a RFA after next year, Good thing is his cap hit is only $1 million. - Maybe to get the first, Canucks might have to take on Girardi’s contract in return
  10. [GDT] 2018 NHL Entry Draft

    Ryan McLeod.. anyone? Guy has all the talent in the world and would be a great fit
  11. 2018 NHL Entry Draft

    Any draft parties tmrw? Is so, where at?
  12. 2018 NHL Entry Draft

    Listening to all these rumours and rumblings makes me think this is how it's going to play out: 1) Buffalo - Dahlin 2) Carolina - Svechnikov 3) Montreal - Kotkaniemi 4) Ottawa - Dobson 5) Arizona - Zadina 6) Detroit - Boqvist 7) Vancouver - Hughes 8) Chicago - Wahlstrom 9) NY Rangers - Bouchard 10) Edmonton - Tkachuk 11) NY Islanders - Smith 12) NY Islanders - Hayton
  13. 2018 NHL Entry Draft

    https://www.freep.com/story/sports/nhl/red-wings/2018/06/07/detroit-red-wings-mailbag-nhl-draft/680409002/ couple interesting tidbits in terms of how the Red Wings are viewing the prospects in this years draft Helene St. James is a really credible reporter out of detroit, so all her info is rock solid
  14. Trades: #1. VAN - PHI Van: PHI 2018 1st (19) Andrew MacDonald Phi: Chris Tanev #2. VAN - DAL Van: Julius Honka DAL 2018 4th (100) Dal: Sven Baertschi #3. VAN - NYR Van: Ryan Spooner N.Y. : Ben Hutton If everything panned out: 7. Quinn Hughes 19. Dominik Bokk 37. Nils Lundqvist FA: 1. Tyler Bozak 3 x $5 million 2. J.T. Brown 1 x $1.4 Projected Lineup for 2018 - 2019 Goldobin - Horvat - Boeser Eriksson - Bozak - Pettersson Spooner - Gaudette - Virtanen Gagner - Sutter - Brown Edler - MDZ Juolevi - Stecher Honka - Gudbranson MacDonald - Pouliot *MacDonald could be a potential buyout candidate? Marky / Nilsson Trade 1: I can see Tanev moving to Philly since they have so many young puck moving D men in their system, that their going to need a stabilizing presence back there (Gudas & MacDonald don't cut it) Only way the Canucks get a 1st Rounder would be to take back salary which they can do this offseason, which would either be MacDonald or Gudas. Philly has two 1st rounders, and common sense is that Hextall would be more willing to part with the one with lower value. Trade 2: Sven has more trade value than Honka. Honka would be a great PP specialist / help generate offense from the back - end in sheltered minutes. Would be a great deal to sneak in additional draft capital. Trade 3: Read on a somewhat credible twitter account (NHL Rumors) that NYR are positioning themselves to be in a rebuild and that namely Namestnikov & Spooner may be available. To me, Spooner has been linked to the Canucks so many times that if he is available, I can see the Canucks pulling the trigger. NYR don't have much intel on him, only half a season so a trade between two players that might need a fresh start makes sense here. Would really help insulate the young forwards this upcoming year, and bring a known quantity in your bottom six. FA: Bozak is definitely coming, we need C depth and have the money that he might want -> only move in FA that I see that makes sense. J.T. Brown -> had an off year last year, but brings that Dorsett element, speed and physicality. Draft: Hughes would be amazing Bokk would be even more amazing with 19 37 is a crapshoot, could be Miller, Sandin, Lundqvist, Merkley, Addison, Alexeyev. What do you guys think? Please don't hate y'all, but I definitely welcome the constructive critcism.
  15. 2018 NHL Entry Draft

    My perfect draft for the Canucks would be: 7th: Adam Boqvist (1) , Oliver Wahlstrom (2) 37th: Jared McIssac (1) , Jakub Lauko (2) 68th: Jordan Harris (1) , Filip Johansson (2) 130th: Jack Drury (1) , Adam Gajarsky (2) 161th: Toni Utonen (1) , Patrick Giles (2) 192nd: Sean Comrie (1) , Jack Gorniak (2) - very D heavy - may be some sleepers the Canucks can pounce on such as Lauko, Drury, and Harris Do you guys think this is what the Canucks may do on draft day?