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[Proposal] Trade Canucks and Hurricanes

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Here we go boys and girls , Vancouver Canucks …….. Drum Roll Trade 

Goldobin , Granlund , and  McEneny  To Carolina Hurricanes  for Roland McKeown and Janne Kuokkanen and a third round draft pick 2019

 

Janne Kuokkanen… 6 foot 1 left wing / center ,187 lbs. at about a point a game pace in the AHL .Plays an up tempo game. Good hands and vision.

 

Roland McKeown... 6 foot 1 right D Man 194 lbs. Plays a 200 ft. game  does all the little things right can move the puck when needed. Makes a good first pass.

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1 hour ago, vannuck59 said:

 

Done.  What’s wrong with .j.b that he hasn’t done this already?  

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Lets do your trade in reverse 

 

To Carolina

Zack Macewan  + Evan McEneny

 

To Vancouver

Lucas Wallmark + Jordan Martinook + Trevor Carrick

 

Ya that looks better. 

 

In other words no I'm not trading 2 established proven middle 6 NHL players + A young D for 2 guys who are just showing that they can hang in the AHL and have done nothing to prove they are ready for the next step. 

 

I would take a flyier on the players you mention as they look like decent prospects but the price you are offering is IMO way undervaluing Goldobin and Granlund. 

 

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, vannuck59 said:

Here we go boys and girls , Vancouver Canucks …….. Drum Roll Trade 

Goldobin , Granlund , and  McEneny  To Carolina Hurricanes  for Roland McKeown and Janne Kuokkanen and a third round draft pick 2019

 

Janne Kuokkanen… 6 foot 1 left wing / center ,187 lbs. at about a point a game pace in the AHL .Plays an up tempo game. Good hands and vision.

 

Roland McKeown... 6 foot 1 right D Man 194 lbs. Plays a 200 ft. game  does all the little things right can move the puck when needed. Makes a good first pass.

Seriously?

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Okay a little over the top maybe, Goldobin healthy scratch Grandlund will be gone next year . Goldobin will be gone also.

 Janne Kuokkanen could be similar to Aho . This coming from the Cain's prospect ratings So what is the problem We get a 3rd also with him. Do you think Granlund will get you a 3rd? Maybe so as a trade we are trading Goldobin for Kuokkanen. Sounds Fair to me as he plays a 200 ft. game and can also play center and will go in the corners.

Defense , McKeown is a righty and a better prospect then McEneny so we get something we need. The real issue is Kuokkanen for Goldobin. Kukkanen can play anywhere in our line up Goldobin cant.

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McEneny’s skating is horrible even just by AHL standards.  Unless there is notable improvement in this, I really wouldn’t call him a tradable “prospect”.  

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12 hours ago, Westcoasting said:

Seriously?

Take a look at Goldobin thread talk is should he be waived, traded let walk after this season . The Seriously look at the players in the trade . Goldy and Granlund would help the Cain's offence . The two pieces that the canucks get back would help ,Kuokkanen is the center piece .

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19 hours ago, vannuck59 said:

Here we go boys and girls , Vancouver Canucks …….. Drum Roll Trade 

Goldobin , Granlund , and  McEneny  To Carolina Hurricanes  for Roland McKeown and Janne Kuokkanen and a third round draft pick 2019

 

Janne Kuokkanen… 6 foot 1 left wing / center ,187 lbs. at about a point a game pace in the AHL .Plays an up tempo game. Good hands and vision.

 

Roland McKeown... 6 foot 1 right D Man 194 lbs. Plays a 200 ft. game  does all the little things right can move the puck when needed. Makes a good first pass.

I would say Granlund and Goldobin

 

for Adam Fox and Janne Kuokkanen

 

Provided Fox will sign with us.  Otherwise no deal.  CDC typically overvalues our players but in this case you are undervaluing, imho.  Goldobin would be their 3rd highest scorer and they are the 2nd lowest scoring team in the league.  He would do very well with Svechnikov.  Granlund is a solid middle 6 player who could fit in all over their line-up and would currently be their 6th highest scorer.  Fox and Kuokkanen are just prospects, but very good ones.  With their strong defense and prospects, I can't see Fox signing there.  

 

Fox would be a perfect fit with our young defence group.  Kuokkanen also played for the London Knights with Juolevi.  2 Finnish Knights.

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Following the Canes as closely as I do, that proposal is so far away from being a deal Waddell would make, it's unreal. The organization is so high on Kuokkanen, the Canucks would need to add to Goldobin to get him (seriously), while McKeown is only in the AHL because the Canes have yet to decide which of their three D on the right they're trading. He's only ever going to be a third pairing D however.

 

Neither Granlund nor McEneny have any interest to the Canes.

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Kuokkanen looks like a younger, bigger, and faster Granny. Not sure why they'd move him. Hovering around a PPG in the A. McKeown is interesting mostly in the fact he's a right handed D-man with some offensive upside as likely a 3rd pairing guy. We have two 3rd pairing guys already in Stecher and arguably Gudbranson. 

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