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(proposal) Van-Wash

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Don't know if Lou waves his no trade clause for wash but that is the case with every Lou trade.

To Wash

Loungo

Raymond

Van 2013 1st round pick

To Van

Ribeiro

holtby

Wash 2013 1st round pick

Wash gets what they have always needed an established dependable goalie to eliminate all the questions and the revolving door of rookies. They flop Ribeiro for Raymond to save a buck in a season they are not competing in and they maintain a lesser first round pick

Canucks get the second line set up man the Kesler and Booth desperately need in Ribeiro. I love Kesler at center but I really think he could stay healthier and contribute just as much in our own zone on the wing. Holtby is a sufficient back up and is restricted so will be here next year in case Lack doesnt recoverer. Van gets what looks to be a fairly decent first round pick. This pick could go both ways if you do this trade now Wash could start winning and the pick gets worse or vise versa. If you wait until the deadline and washington is in the bottom 5 they might not do this trade with the talent level in this years draft.

Loungo and a 1st for Holtby and a 1st

Raymond for Ribeiro (salary dump)

Sedin Sedin Burrows

Booth Ribeiro Kesler

Higgins Schroeder Hansen

Weise Lappy Volpatti

Kassian

With a possibility of getting:

1. Nathan MacKinnon, C, Halifax

Though his role with Canada at the world juniors was limited, it did prove that the dynamic offensive presence can also play a complete game and a physical one, at that. Scouts weren’t flustered, either; they love his explosiveness and North American pro game.

2. Seth Jones, D, Portland

A key to Team USA’s gold medal performance at the world juniors, Jones locked down some of the most dangerous opponents thrown at him while also demonstrating his puck-moving abilities. He’s got the offense, the defense and the edge. Is there anything else?

3. Jonathan Drouin, LW, Halifax

The highlight-reel type of player that everyone loves. Drouin has an unparalleled set of hands for his age and teams them with vision for deadly results. Size is a slight drawback, but only in a nitpicky way that won’t affect his stock too much.

4. Sasha Barkov, C, Tappara

Had a decent world juniors, though Finland as a whole disappointed. The son of a local hero is dealing with an incredible amount of hype back home, but is still putting up points and his big frame makes him an enviable asset for the future.

5. Elias Lindholm, C, Brynas

As part of a young Swedish team that surprised the WJC in earning a silver medal, Lindholm backed up his stature as a two-way player who can really contribute. He showed great hands in Russia and a commitment to defense.

6. Sean Monahan, C, Ottawa

With the 67’s stripping themselves down for a rebuild, Monahan is pretty much on his own for the rest of the season. That may hurt his stats (and definitely his plus-minus), but at his core he’s still an intelligent player with a great frame and excellent offensive capabilities.

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Although I like the trade, Washington doesn't seem desperate enough to make it. They can go after Luongo in the off-season, without giving up a top 5 draft pick.

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If WSH tanks, they are not going to give up their best Centre, AND their 1st round draft pick.

That's a lose-lose sitaution for them.

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Don't get me wrong I've never been a huge fan of Ribeiro because hes soft and a little bit of a defensive liability but with Kesler and Booth on his line the good outweighs the bad. Kesler desperately needs a puck possesion player that can set some things up in the offensive zone instead of him having to rely on wrist shots off the rush.

Zoolander do you even follow hockey for 1200 posts? Ribeiro is a UFA after this season so if they are tanking why wouldnt they give up Ribeiro?

allkill326 are we giving up a 1st in this proposal? No! we are trading a 20th+ pick for a potential top 5 pick in a stacked draft. Aswell we get a young goalie that had an absolutely steller playoffs next year and a set up man our team has desperatley needed.

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No way Washington would give up mackinnon or Drouin if they tank and if we did this at the trade deadline, do you really think they will be still in the bottom 5?

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Don't get me wrong I've never been a huge fan of Ribeiro because hes soft and a little bit of a defensive liability but with Kesler and Booth on his line the good outweighs the bad. Kesler desperately needs a puck possesion player that can set some things up in the offensive zone instead of him having to rely on wrist shots off the rush.

Zoolander do you even follow hockey for 1200 posts? Ribeiro is a UFA after this season so if they are tanking why wouldnt they give up Ribeiro?

allkill326 are we giving up a 1st in this proposal? No! we are trading a 20th+ pick for a potential top 5 pick in a stacked draft. Aswell we get a young goalie that had an absolutely steller playoffs next year and a set up man our team has desperatley needed.

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Nope he hasn't but the team in front of him has been terrible. Plus he's not coming here to be the #1 he's coming to be a back up who recently had an awesome playoffs. What more can you ask from a back up then one that proved he can play in big games at league minimum

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Yay, you must be the next MG.

NOT

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