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  1. Worst case scenario he scores around 5 goals and has no more value than Nosek. Best case he scores 15 and is valuable to the team either winning or as a trade chip. I don't think that's far fetched.
  2. He has a history of being a decent 3rd line center. One bad year doesn't erase that, but his value right now is still pretty low. If he comes back and has 10 goals and 12 assists or something at the deadline they could probably get a 2nd rounder for him. Nosek, best case scenario, is he's as good as Glendening. There's no value there.
  3. I really doubt that the teams wouldn't have done what they did this year if the trade hadn't been made. The only difference is that the Habs fans would be foaming at the mouth trying to blame Subban for flaming out and the Preds fans would be pumping Weber up as some All Time Great. Montreal fizzled because of reasons other than Weber and Nashville advanced because of a great team defense and getting enough timely scoring for the first time in their history. This isn't the NBA where one superstar is the team and everyone else defers to him.
  4. Sheahan has more value than Nosek and is likelier to be taken. If I was Vegas and my choices were XO, Sheahan, or someone ona bad contract, I'd probably take Sheahan hoping that he bounces back with a new team and I can move him at the deadline. Nosek would have zero value to me unless I wanted to stock the farm team. They won't need to get cheap young 4th liners, because they're probably not going to be anywhere close to the cap. In fact, they're probably going to want a couple guys on bloated deals just to get to the floor.
  5. AHL stats don't mean a guy will be an NHL player. I haven't seen much that makes me think Nosek will be more than a so so 4th liner at best. Sent from my LGLS676 using Tapatalk
  6. I didn't say he wasn't a good signing, I said he was a dime a dozen player. You're acting like he was a key part of the Cup teams.
  7. That article sums up why Helm and Glendening shouldn't have gotten the contracts they did very nicely. I protect Sheahan over Nosek though, I don't think there's any way in hell Vegas takes Nosek and if Sheahan turns things around they might be able to get a 2nd or 3rd for him at the deadline.
  8. Why did Green? Everyone "knew" he was going to get some stupid mega deal right up until he signed with Detroit for 3 years. but you're right, he probably wouldn't, so I don't want any part of him here
  9. IF they trade Green at the draft or can somehow dump Ericsson, and IF Shattenkirk would accept a 2 or 3 year deal at $5 mil or so, I'd be ok with it. Only in those circumstances.
  10. I compliment players when they deserve it. Lebda did an ok job in a very limited role
  11. 76 points in 397 career games, mostly when he was being carried by one of the best teams in the NHL. When he went to a lesser team he flamed out. That's not much. You convinced me. BART LEBDERP FOR THE HALL OF FAME!!!!!!!
  12. Try and make me! I'm all jacked up on My. Dew, I'll come at you like a spider monkey!!! Sent from my LGLS676 using Tapatalk
  13. Lebderp was an easily replaced 3rd pair D. Just because they kept him until he was unrestricted doesn't mean he was valuable in any meaningful way. If he was as good as you seem to think he would have played more than 70 some odd NHL games after leaving. Sent from my LGLS676 using Tapatalk
  14. What I meant was he was nothing special, just a guy who could play a small role on a good team for not much money, then did nothing after he left. Sent from my LGLS676 using Tapatalk
  15. That doesn't mean he was good, that means the team he was on was good.