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  1. As much as I would like Benning to keep the 7oa pick, if there is a good trade to be made then it should be done. Boston has some good and intriguing players/prospects. I could see a trade between these two teams but it may involve more moving pieces, on both sides McAvoy is a non starter for the Bruins, that wont happen. Jake DeBrusk would be a great starting player, he had a great season and playoffs so it really depends on who Boston really wants and if that player is there at 7. I'm thinking that Sweeney and Co. want one of Tkachuk or Wahlstrom. DeBrusk or BC boy Heinen needs to be a piece, 2017 1st round pick (D) Urho Vaakanainen needs to be a piece, then there are Jack Studnicka/Trent Frederic/Jakob Forsbacka-Karlsson all who play center, one of these players should be a piece.
  2. [Rumour] Canucks interested in Hanifin

    I wouldn't, that's way too much. Dougie Hamilton, at the same age and better offensive numbers got a mid 1st round pick and two 2nds
  3. [Rumour] Canucks interested in Hanifin

    Hanifin isn't worth a top 9 pick. His worth is around what Boston got for Dougie Hamilton, which is a mid 1st and two 2nds. With Carolina apparently wanting players to allow them to compete now, I don't know if the Canucks have the pieces for a trade like this. Tanev is worth a mid 1st and a late 2nd, Carolina already has their top two right Dman so he doesn't fit with what they need, unless they move one of those defenseman. They would need a Left defenseman Baertschi to the right team is worth a very late 1st but most likely a mid 2nd. Del Zotto is maybe a late 2nd Ben Hutton?? I don't know.. I really don't see a fit with these two teams unless it is something bigger or a 3rd team involved where they take Tanev and send a Left defenseman to Carolina.
  4. [Rumour] Canucks interested in Hanifin

    Actually it's better for the canucks to take a DMan this year and wait for that DMan. I think that any of the 4 available will be ready to play in a year, maybe one or two of them could step in this year.
  5. 7th Overall: 2018 CDC Draft Consensus

    It would be nice if JB could pry that 10oa pick from Chiarelli somehow. I think it goes 1.Dahlin, 2.Svech, 3.Zadina, 4.Tkatchuk, 5.Boqvist, 6.Hughes ( leaving Wahlstrom, Dobson, Bouchard, Kotkaniemi) 7 to 10 If JB could get the 10oa I think Dobson will be there, leaving Wahlstrom for the taking at 7.. if not hard choice to make
  6. Why do some excessively criticize prospects?

    Media knows that negativity sells and know that a lot of their audience will lap up whatever they dish out. Except for a few ( Bert, Ferraro, Taylor) the majority of the Vancouver media are like Dave and what his last name really means .. Prat that Prattle!
  7. [Rumour] Canucks interested in Hanifin

    This is the more likely out come, Canes wanting established players over futures. 7ao and OJ doesn't make sense for Canucks nor should they want to make that trade. I wouldn't do the 7oa or OJ one for one for Noah. Anyone of the players at 7oa, Hughes, Boqvist, Wahlstrom, Dobson, Bouchard, all will better players, especially in the long term. I would take any of the top 5 Dman in this draft over Hanifin. I'm not saying that he is bad just that these DMan will be better overall.
  8. 2018 NHL Entry Draft

    I agree and for some reason I think it will be Dobson
  9. 2018 NHL Entry Draft

    hmm that would be intriguing , I'd say go for the islanders two picks.. why cuz NyR will go off board and take Rasmus Sandin thinking they got the better Rasmus or Ty Smith and the Oilers well they are the Oilers so they'll take a forward and maybe someone that they think can play with McD so they'll take Farabee or Veleno, leaving at 11 and 12 Dobson and Kotkaniemi
  10. This will be a tight series, looking forward to this one more than the Eastern conf. final. Don't doubt Vegas they have been playing fantastic all season long and rising to every challenge.. but so have the Jets I believe the Jets will take this one in 6 a very hard fought close 6 games
  11. [Retirement] The Sedins to retire at the end of the season

    All the best to Henrik and Daniel !!! I thought for sure they would play one more season. Even though it's sad to see them retire, knowing that they can play at a high level, I am happy that they are leaving on their term!! The last 3 games will be a lot of fun to watch. I will enjoy every second they play. It's great that they will still be living in Vancouver, it shows just how much they really enjoy(ed) playing and living in Vancity. Absolute class act people!! I'm sure they will still be around the team in the coming year(s), maybe even practicing with them from time to time. Knowing the type of people they are, they will still be around to teach and give advice to the upcoming players. The Pettersson's, Dahlen's and Dahlin's will still benefit from the twins. The Canucks and us fans are extremely lucky to have them play here!! Though they didn't win a cup, one way or another they will be involved in bringing the teams first cup in the early 2020s.
  12. [Signing] Canucks sign Adam Gaudette

    Actually he will be exempt from the expansion draft as he would not have played 10 games in the NHL this year. This is provided the expansion draft is in 2020 and the same rules apply as to what Vegas received.
  13. Toronto / Tampa / Vancouver (proposal)

    Trades 1 and 2 are over payment by the Canucks, A lot ppl don't like Edler but he isn't as bad as ppl think he is and at 50% retained? that is worth Foote and their 1st (especially if they win a cup) alone. Adding in Baertcshi and Canucks 2019 2nd is over payment. Again Tanev is worth a 1st and Liljegren alone, don't need to add in another decent prospect or a draft pick. I could see Tampa making an offer to the Canucks for either of those two Dman but most likely Tanev would be their first choice as their right side is weaker than their left.
  14. 2017-18 Utica Comets Thread

    Comets with the 3-2 OT win today over the Phantoms. Demko stopped 25 of 27 shots faced Scoring 1st 14:14 LV Mike Vecchione (11) ASST: Radel Fazleev (9), Will O'Neill (7) 2nd 3:00 UTI Wacey Hamilton (1) ASST: Alexis D'Aoust (7) 16:36 LV Oskar Lindblom (13) ASST: Radel Fazleev (10), Travis Sanheim (1) (SH) 3rd 19:02 UTI Philip Holm (9) ASST: Michael Chaput (10), Reid Boucher (18) OT 1:11 UTI Wacey Hamilton (2) ASST: Patrick Wiercioch (12), Darren Archibald (7)
  15. Erik Gudbranson | #44 | D

    Those numbers look right for him. Anywhere in that ball park is very good for both player and team!