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24 Feb 2018 23:11:57
Ok just thought of this trade

Tor: Faulk, tvr

Car: Gardiner, Bracco and a 3rd

I think if the leafs get McDonagh they are going to end up over paying I think Faulk is the better option if the can get him also by trading for jvrs brother leafs could possibly get him to resign a team friendly deal so he can win with him and tvr is only at 825,000 a year dirt cheap for a bottom pairing guy lol just saying it could be a great trade

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1.) 25 Feb 2018 01:13:22
I think the Leafs are looking for someone to compliment their current defense, not replace anyone. Carolina is also pretty loaded on D. They need offence. They almost certainly would want a Leaf forward instead of Gardiner. I can see them asking for Brown or Kapanen, in which case, Leafs should say no.


2.) 25 Feb 2018 13:38:28
I agree but i think Carolina would want a vet dman back also they are getting a top prospect if you had to maybe throw in Lievo or komarov.


 

 

21 Feb 2018 17:59:02
Three way trade:

Tor: Ryan McDonagh, Justin Faulk

Nyr: Gardiner, Bracco, Carolina's 1st or 2 nd this year

Car: Rick Nash, Justin Holl leafs 2nd this year

Everyone wins here new lines in the back end

Rielly Mcdonagh
Hainsey Faulk
Zaitzev Dermott....... DANM!!!!!!

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1.) 21 Feb 2018 20:09:02
Although this would be great for the leafs, no chance the hurricanes give up faulk AND a 1st for nash, holl and a 2nd.


2.) 21 Feb 2018 20:57:56
Idk depends on two things here one being how bad do the canes want to make it to the post season and or if they are even on Nash’s trade list.


3.) 21 Feb 2018 23:20:10
Carolina gets fleeced in this one.


4.) 22 Feb 2018 13:06:28
I disagree you could add a first or Zaitzev they are getting rick Nash a big two way winger that can play Justin Holl who is a 6’4 rhd that everyone saw can put the puck in the back of the net and all Carolina is giving up is Faulk who is having an alright year and a first or second I think that pretty fair but like I said this trade would depend on if Nash would go to Carolina.


 

 

20 Feb 2018 17:22:06
Leafs need to add some grit to this line up so

Tor: Jenner 4th 2018

CLB: Lievo 3rd 2018

For a dman I'd like to keep our top four and just add to it

Arz: Timashov Rosen and a 4th 2019

Tor: Hjalmarsson and a pick

I think the leafs need to separate Gardiner and zaitsev they have not really been a good pairing and I think if the leafs put Hainsey or Hjalmarsson with Gardiner it will allow Gardiner to be a bit more offensive zaitsev drops down and plays with Dermott. The leafs in my opinion are done with the rebuild they are a couple players away from being strong contenders

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1.) 20 Feb 2018 19:50:42
Hjalmarsson is a very good player having a bit of a down year on his new team. He’s defensively sound, has experience playing in a big market, and brings cup pedigree. I don’t think, however, he is the solution to the Leafs problems. Leafs have a glut of high caliber LHD, and appear to be in the market for RHD. Hjalmarsson’s contract also expires next year, and Leafs already have Gardiner to deal with at that time. While it’s possible Hjalmarsson may be moved before the deadline, I don’t think the Leafs are going to be his destination.


2.) 20 Feb 2018 20:30:28
Those are both solid deals. Good deals for the leafs. I think Jenner might cost a bit more than that though, I think you take out the pick coming back to the leafs and it's close.


3.) 20 Feb 2018 21:33:15
Leafsgm

I agree he isn’t the long term solution but for this year I think he may be a cheap rental and it gives both Dermott and Liljegren another year of experience but like I said in other post I think if leafs do nothing I really like the idea of taken a chance on Justin Holl.


4.) 21 Feb 2018 21:45:05
I thinking giving holl a chance is the best option as well.


 

 

14 Feb 2018 14:00:19
Kind of a shot in the dark but what about this trade

Tor: John Carlson 2019 3rd

Caps: jvr, Holl, 2019 1st

I don't think this would happen but if the leafs are to trade jvr I'd like to see something like this both these players are ufas this year and in my opinion if leafs are going to do a 6mil x 8 Years type deal I'd like it to be for a player like this

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1.) 15 Feb 2018 00:58:47
Carlson is UFA, so I wouldn’t include the first. JVR and Holl straight up. Caps say no, but I would not want to give them any more. I think Carlson is a good player and would fit Leafs needs, but with no contract, I wouldn’t want to mortgage any of our future for a rental.


 

 

10 Feb 2018 19:33:46
Seen on another site Toronto is kicking tires about acquiring Vanek for Vancouver so a couple trade thoughts

Tor: Leivo and a 3rd for Vanek

Or

Tor: Komarov and a 3rd for Vanek

He could slot nicely into a bottom 6 role adds a bit more offence

Leafs94

1.) 10 Feb 2018 20:16:27
Both those trades are reasonable. Though I love Komorov and would prefer to keep him. Shipping Leivo out for a rental like Vanek is a good idea. We have no use for Lievo and he wants out. Give him what he wants while giving us another useful piece for the playoffs.


2.) 10 Feb 2018 20:26:34
I think too much for Vanek, he's consistently inconsistent.


3.) 10 Feb 2018 22:38:42
Yea but he also has 37 points could you imagine our fourth line being Vanek Komarov Kapanen that’s pretty solid depth.


4.) 11 Feb 2018 00:02:01
Why would the Leafs trade for a player with worse shot suppression numbers then JVR?


5.) 11 Feb 2018 03:12:47
Uh for depth. 😐.


6.) 11 Feb 2018 11:28:50
I feel like if Babs wanted to play Komarov at 4C, he'd be playing it now. You know Babs is hurting leaving Martin in the press box.


7.) 12 Feb 2018 03:04:47
The Vanek rumours popped up online not too long ago but I find it a little hard to believe that the Leafs would be interested in the guy, especially since his reputation precedes him. As trade proposals go, they seem reasonable enough.


 

 

 

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02 Mar 2018 18:55:37
Just wanted to state that if Tavares leaves the islanders it’s going to be for a team that can win sooner than later or else he would just stay where he’s at and in my opinion it’s going to be the same situation as Stamkos and Tampa last year all this hype that a franchise player is going to move and nothing will happen.

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26 Feb 2018 19:09:13
He will resign there if his brother is there.

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26 Feb 2018 13:52:26
Also everyone is writing the leafs off in the playoffs they have as good as of a chance of making it deep in the playoffs they can beat Tampa they can beat Boston so to move jvr for picks that really
Hurts our lineup.

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26 Feb 2018 01:29:55
Give it up with Johnson leafs are not going to throw a player with no nhl experience in the lineup for the playoffs doesn’t matter if he goes to the net he’s had a good season in the ahl but the ahl and the nhl are a big difference leafs add no more forwards and maybe try and add something in the backend just because Boston’s gm is retarded doesn’t mean every other gm is give your head a shake.

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25 Feb 2018 20:55:53
Mackin you’re an idiot we lose one our top point getters and the only reason the leafs have been so effective is because the leafs are three lines deep the only way the leafs move jvr is if we get a top dman or replacement forward that put up around the same numbers as him picks aren’t enough if you think by adding more rookies to the lineup will help your fooling yourself why take one step forward and two steps back.

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