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Dixon Ward

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Toronto gets Tanev, Vancouver 5th 130th OA

 

TB gets Toronto 1st 25th OA, Anders Nilsson, Baertschi

 

Canucks get Tyler Johnson, Nolan Foote, Toronto 3rd 83rd OA.

 

Toronto gets a piece that they really need who plays well with Reilly 

 

Tampa gets a solid backup goalie, a scoring left winger, a 1st round pick that they lost in a deal  and cap space.

 

Canucks get a scoring center, an excellent RHD prospect, and another 3rd round pick.

 

Demko gets his shot.  We can take the BPA at 7th without concern for taking a d prospect. Offensive players need other offensive players to produce.  Johnson will help the top 6 get going with all the young players.

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Tampa easily says no, this is quite bad from their perspective..

Johnson alone would be easily worth Tor first round pick and they are typically reluctant in trading high end prospects like Foote away.

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Tampa can get a much better return for Johnson with so many teams looking for Cs - one where they don't have to give up their best prospect (guessing Cal Foote and not Nolan) and actually get a good return instead of redundant pieces.  

 

Four of their veterans Ds are UFAs in a year and Tampa could be left with a massive gap on D.  They'll also need all the cap space they can to re-sign Kucherov and will need players on ELCs.  So it makes really little sense for them to move Foote.  

 

Nilsson: sv% .901 and gaa 3.44 

vs their current backup Domingue sv% 0.914 and gaa 2.89.   Domingue's AAV was 620K and should not cost much more to re-sign (he's RFA) while Nilsson is paid 4x more.  

 

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These 3 way trades always seem to be great for one team.

 

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As a Canuck’s fan I say NO to Tyler Johnson.  There is no place for him on our team.  Plus he will want second line money, when he’s only a third line player.  I’m not a fan of Foote’s skating.  He’s got very slow feet.  I the the NHL is too quick for him.

Tanev is worth way more.

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8 hours ago, Dixon Ward said:

Toronto gets Tanev, Vancouver 5th 130th OA

 

TB gets Toronto 1st 25th OA, Anders Nilsson, Baertschi

 

Canucks get Tyler Johnson, Nolan Foote, Toronto 3rd 83rd OA.

 

Toronto gets a piece that they really need who plays well with Reilly 

 

Tampa gets a solid backup goalie, a scoring left winger, a 1st round pick that they lost in a deal  and cap space.

 

Canucks get a scoring center, an excellent RHD prospect, and another 3rd round pick.

 

Demko gets his shot.  We can take the BPA at 7th without concern for taking a d prospect. Offensive players need other offensive players to produce.  Johnson will help the top 6 get going with all the young players.

I have to say this is a realistic trade..Good post..

I really like big 6'4 , 19, Foote and Johnson..

 

Some of these trades on this site are just some people playing way to much EA Hockey..lol..lol

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1 hour ago, wildcam said:

I have to say this is a realistic trade..Good post..

I really like big 6'4 , 19, Foote and Johnson..

 

Some of these trades on this site are just some people playing way to much EA Hockey..lol..lol

Thanks for the support!

 

I watched Foote here in Kelowna and I didn't think he was slow, but we'll see.

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I assume you mean Cal Foote. I don't think he will be available, at least not in this type of deal. I don't see Tampa having any interest in Baertschi as they have plenty of young offensive forwards that they would likely give a chance first.

 

I can see Johnson being moved but not quite as a cap dump level of player. He might be able to be had for lower than normal trade market value considering they could use the cap space and there seems to be a saturated market of potential 2C.

 

I think simplifying the three way trade could work in that TO gets Tanev, Tampa gets TO's 1st and the Canucks get Johnson. Tampa might need a mid-level prospect added, but not sure if that prospect comes from TO or the Canucks.

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