SaveFerris Posted February 24 Share Posted February 24 There is nothing in the rules that says (that I know of) you can't trade injured players. It's usually just frowned upon because teams want playable assets back. But we are in the Cap world so... Ryan Johansen just got shut down for 12 weeks due to a lacerated leg (thanks to Quinn Hughes) sooo... Van gets Ryan Johansen and a 3rd (becomes a 2nd if Nash makes the playoffs, becomes a first if Nash wins one round...these conditions can be tinkered with) Nash gets JT Miller Van does it because: -Johansen immediately goes on LTIR. Van gets $8 million or however much it would be in cap space. -can use extra cap space to be 3rd wheel in trades to obtain more draft picks (seems to be the thing these days) -gets out of a 7 year contract becoming only 2 years (much easier to buy out as well) Nash does it because: -Push for playoffs -Miller > Johansen (based off points last 3+ years) -Um...slightly young player? Like 8 Months. Highly unlikely but just having some creative fun. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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