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 Assessment of the Trades/Moves as a Whole [message #518182]
Wed, 03 March 2010 21:09 Go to next message
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From The Flying Stortini:

So to sum up the last couple of days:

Out:
Lubo, Grebs, Staios

In:
Whitney, Johnson, Jones, 2nd, 3rd, 6th, ~ 10 Million.

I gotta say, that doesn't look that bad. There's a lot of threads of people throwing Tambo under the bus, but I don't know if it's really warranted.

Thoughts? Am I missing anything?



This brilliant post got me thinking

What did we give up as a whole and what did we get back as a whole.

Out: Lubo, Grebs, Staios

In: Whitney, Johnson, Jones, 2nd, 3rd, 6th, ~ 10 Million.


Lubo, Grebs, and Staios are all assets, in that they are all NHL ready players.

The NHL ready assets Edmonton got back are Whitney and Johnson. I think Nashville may have "waived" Jones as the second half of the Grebs deal, but then why they didn't just send him over, I don't know, maybe they did legitimately waive him, not altogether important.

Of the three picks Edmonton got, one, maybe two, become NHL assets, maybe there is a Shea Weber in there, maybe there is nothing, but more draft picks improves Edmonton’s opportunity for lucky picks.

What does 10 million give us? A better question is, what does getting rid of $10 million give us?

For that, we need an appraisal of each player we let go.

My thoughts on the value of Lubo is that he is a $4 million dollar D-Man on average for the next three years, so let’s say his value is $4 million. I make this assessment with the assumption/belief that a D-Man with similar skill could be found on the open market for the above stated value.


Net savings on Lubo:

Lubo cap hit $5.6 million
Lubo value $4.0 million
Value added $1.6 million

My thoughts on the value of Grebs is that he is a $1.5 million dollar D-Man on average for the next two years, and $2.0 million afterwards, so let's say his value is $1.75 million. I make this assessment with the assumption/belief that a D-Man with similar skill could be found on the open market for the above stated value.


Net savings on Grebs:

Grebs estimated cap hit $3.5 million
Grebs value $1.75 million
Value added $1.75 million

My thoughts on the value of Staios is that he is a $2.5 million dollar D-Man on average for the next two years, so let’s say his value is $2.5 million. I make this assessment with the assumption/belief that a D-Man with similar skill could be found on the open market for the above stated value.


Net savings on Staios:

Staios cap hit $2.7 million
Staios value $2.5 million
Value added $0.2 million

Now on to the players we got in return.

Johnson is a wash as we will have to resign him next year, if we do, I assume it will be at market value, so no adjustment there.

Jones I'll assume the same.

My thoughts on the value of Whitney is that he is a $2 million to $5 million dollar D-Man, and as such I'll go with the mid-point of $3.5 million, so his value is say $3.5 million. I make this assessment with the assumption/belief that a D-Man with similar skill could be found on the open market for the above stated value.

Net cost on Whitney:

Whitney cap hit $4.0 million
Whitney value $3.5 million
Value added -$0.5 million

So to sum up, we got:

Greb cap relief - $1.75
Visnovski cap relief - $1.60
Staios cap relief - $0.20
Whitney cap wastage - ($0.5)
Total cap relief - $3.05

Again, total cap relief or increased cap efficiency of $3.05 million. Note, that this does not mean we are better, it only means we are in a better cap position, if we don't get the replacement players, or if we sign replacement players to contracts that are too high, then we've saved nothing. But for today, we are better off than yesterday.

At the end of the season, Tambo has $11.8 million to make this team better ($5.6 + $2.7 + $3.5). That is if Johnson leaves we have approximately $11.8 million to replace two D-Men, if he stays, approximately $10.5 for one D-Man (I’ve estimated Johnson’s salary to be $1.3 million next year).

Overall we are:

1. Down one D-Man.
2. Down graded on the quality of two D-Men.
3. Up $10.5 million in cap space.
4. Up a tough winger.
5. Up a 2nd, 3rd and 7th round draft pick.

I believe 1, 2 , 3 and 4 wash out to cap efficiency of the $3.05 while the draft picks stand alone in their value. So I think we have a net value increase of:

$3.05 cap hit + 2nd, 3rd, and 6th

Which in my opinion = Good job Tambo.



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Legion wrote on Wed, 03 March 2010 21:14

That hurt my head



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Nice one.

However he arrives at his conclusion, I agree with the end result. We did okay considering we don't exactly have the leverage to get great value.

We'll likely have to suffer through another year of pain (2010/11) before we see any light at the end of the tunnel, but we're on our way.




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 Re: Assessment of the Trades/Moves as a Whole [message #518196 is a reply to message #518182 ]
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I agree. I think Tambellini did a good job. Or rather, he seems to be off to a good start. He has a lot more work to do, but he got rid of some crap and got what we need back to start a rebuild.

I am still curious about Comrie and Moreau. They must have thought they were going to move those two.



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 Re: Assessment of the Trades/Moves as a Whole [message #518200 is a reply to message #518188 ]
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Very good analysis. Plus on top of this there are options for extra money through buy-outs this summer, and trades at the draft.

It's not too far-fetched to think that the Oilers could have

Hemsky
Gagner
Eberle
MPS
Cogliano
Hall
Souray
Brule
Whitney
Smid

All with a young supporting cast and 15 Million dollars in cap leverage.

If anyone is good at digging for info it would be intersting to compare our team and cap space going into this rebuild in comparison with Washington pre-Ovechkin, Pittsburgh the season before Crosby was drafted, and Chicago before Kane.

From there we should be able to have some kind of an idea of what Tambo is doing based on similarities between the teams. If we're going to be drafting our first star in 20 years this summer it would be nice to know what could be done for extra parts.

[Updated on: Wed, 03 March 2010 21:36]


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The Visnovsky trade as of right now, is just plain ugly.

Staios trade is good.

Grebeshkov for a 2nd is... potentially bad and dumb, still on the fence with this one.

Tambellini get's a D+ from me.



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MrOiler wrote on Wed, 03 March 2010 21:18

Legion wrote on Wed, 03 March 2010 21:14

That hurt my head





We'll likely have to suffer through another year of pain (2010/11) before we see any light at the end of the tunnel, but we're on our way.






But the best part is that we will suffer through the year watching younger players that want to win and not washed up fellas that are pretty much just collecting their unearned pay night after night. Everyone would much rather see the youngsters get out their and do their thing, run their own show if you will. I am sure we have all worked with those kind of guys. The ones who are completely inept yet are still employed because they have some type of job security (ie seniority, union protection). They tend to bring everyone else around them down to their level because if he can do it why can't I? Get rid of those guys and bring the moral up and presto you have hope, promise and a sense of purpose again. At least that's how I see it. Look at Colorado and to a lesser extent LA and Phoenix.



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 Re: Assessment of the Trades/Moves as a Whole [message #518205 is a reply to message #518188 ]
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The key moving forward is NOT paying $2-$3M for 3rd/4th liner players and bottom pairing Dmen.

To manage the cap you need to have a handful of guys at around $1M or less.

I mean just a quick comparison between the Oilers and say the Red Wings

http://www.hockeybuzz.com/cap-central/team.php?team=EDM

http://www.hockeybuzz.com/cap-central/team.php?team=DET




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Mike wrote on Wed, 03 March 2010 21:44

The key moving forward is NOT paying $2-$3M for 3rd/4th liner players and bottom pairing Dmen.

To manage the cap you need to have a handful of guys at around $1M or less.

I mean just a quick comparison between the Oilers and say the Red Wings

http://www.hockeybuzz.com/cap-central/team.php?team=EDM

http://www.hockeybuzz.com/cap-central/team.php?team=DET


Very good pont. There is no sense in replacing bad contracts with bad contracts.

Side note: It's rare that a thread gets moved from Spec to Oilers.



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Mike wrote on Wed, 03 March 2010 21:44

The key moving forward is NOT paying $2-$3M for 3rd/4th liner players and bottom pairing Dmen.

To manage the cap you need to have a handful of guys at around $1M or less.

I mean just a quick comparison between the Oilers and say the Red Wings

http://www.hockeybuzz.com/cap-central/team.php?team=EDM

http://www.hockeybuzz.com/cap-central/team.php?team=DET




Looking at the Oilers cap chart, it looks like ideally Nilsson / POS / Gilbert could be moved at the draft, Pisani will be gone, and Moreau could be bought out.

From there Gagner and Cogs can get their raises, and the 3rd/4th liners could get their million dollar contracts, all with cap to spare. The big hole is in D, and there are tons of D-men coming up on the UFA market this summer.
http://www.sportscity.com/nhl/2010-nhl-unrestricted-free-age nts-by-position/



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rukm01 wrote on Sun, 01 July 2012 21:54

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Looking at that list makes me think that we can get our defence back to where it was at the start of the day for under $5 million.


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oilerinvan wrote on Wed, 03 March 2010 21:58

Mike wrote on Wed, 03 March 2010 21:44

The key moving forward is NOT paying $2-$3M for 3rd/4th liner players and bottom pairing Dmen.

To manage the cap you need to have a handful of guys at around $1M or less.

I mean just a quick comparison between the Oilers and say the Red Wings

http://www.hockeybuzz.com/cap-central/team.php?team=EDM

http://www.hockeybuzz.com/cap-central/team.php?team=DET


Very good pont. There is no sense in replacing bad contracts with bad contracts.

Side note: It's rare that a thread gets moved from Spec to Oilers.

Good observation.

I would guess it's a first.



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philly boy wrote on Thu, 04 March 2010 13:35

The Visnovsky trade as of right now, is just plain ugly.

Grebeshkov for a 2nd is... potentially bad and dumb, still on the fence with this one.

Tambellini get's a D+ from me.


I am curious to your assessment here. Why ugly, bad and dumb?

The Visnovsky trade is not so ugly. Whitney, while not as skilled and smooth, has almost as many points as Vis, plus he is 6'4'', 27, and 1.6 million cheaper. I agree that Anaheim got the better player; it is not that ugly to me.

As for Grebeshkov, he was making 3 million and up for a potential raise. He is a give away king, not physical and not overly defensive. He is has decent speed and offensive skills, but you don't pay a guy 3million plus to be decent. I am happy with a 2nd rounder and minus the cap hit to spend on players with more upside (like Gagner). Not bad or dumb in my opinion. (Wouldn't that be great if Nashville didn't qualify Grebs, he becomes an UFA, and we sign him for 1.25 million.)

I think Tambo gets a "A". He did well at getting more space and not sacrificing too much considering he is dealing in a position of complete weakness (thanks KLowe).

[Updated on: Wed, 03 March 2010 22:42]


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philly boy wrote on Wed, 03 March 2010 23:35

The Visnovsky trade as of right now, is just plain ugly.

Staios trade is good.

Grebeshkov for a 2nd is... potentially bad and dumb, still on the fence with this one.

Tambellini get's a D+ from me.


So wait, you're assessing Visnovsky as of right now, but Grebeshkov you're assessing based on the potential of the deal?

So, Grebs may turn into a player, so you're withholding judgment, but Whitney is definitely a dud? Or, you're assuming that Visnovsky will have a stellar finish with the Ducks this year, thereby rendering the remaining years on each contract irrelevant? Not to mention the age difference?

I still don't quite get how it's not a good thing to get younger, bigger, and cheaper (and I loved Lubo) for a team that's embarking on a lengthy rebuild. The NHL is no longer just about asset management, GMs have to balance that with cap management. This to me seems like a pretty solid balance of both.



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Wow, the main page, go Assessment Thread! That was a fun day, and with that I'm taking an Oilfans sabbatical until April 1st, but I’ll still lurk on you guys.

Creep you later,

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Tambo gets a B (because he shed a lot of salary).

Now our focus has to be on getting another 1st round pick (top 10) this year so we can go after one of these d-men to go with Hall/Seguin.

Fowler, Cam D 12/5/1991 L *6.02 195 Windsor OHL
Gormley, Brandon D 2/18/1992 L *6.02 187 Moncton QMJHL
Pysyk, Mark D 1/11/1992 R *6.01.25 174 Edmonton WHL
Gudbranson, Erik D 1/7/1992 R *6.03.75 195 Kingston OHL

If Tambo can pull that off...we will finally see light at the end of the tunnel.



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It's also good to look at the projected potential of that supporting cast you speak of. Lander, Omark, Nash, Plante are projected as top line players if they hit their projection. Another big bonus of this salary dumping is that you can afford to throw a one year contract at Omark to see what he can do and if he fails you can cut him loose.

On a kinda associated note, who is projected to go #1 NEXT year and what kind of player are they projected to be, is it a Crosby/Ovy/Malkin kinda guy (you can sense my confidence).



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For a hamstrung GM trying to move forward with the process of rebuilding his 30th place team, I think it would be ridiculous to give Tambellini anything other than a passing grade for his work the last few days.


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So, if Whitney doesn't pan out like he obviously hasn''t for Anaheim. How do we get rid of that cap hit Magnum?

Also what are the Oilers doing, they get rid of a young d-man and an older very good d-man and pick up an in between....

Kinda hard to figure out, don't you think?

It'll be interesting to see how Grebs does in the future.

Honestly, as far as I am concerned I can`t wait until the president from the bench bosses are fired.

We`ll be laughing in 5-6 years.....iif it happens by then.

Edit, Btw Grebs wasn't a UFA he was an RFA. A second round pick?


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hmcewan wrote on Wed, 03 March 2010 22:43

philly boy wrote on Wed, 03 March 2010 23:35

The Visnovsky trade as of right now, is just plain ugly.

Staios trade is good.

Grebeshkov for a 2nd is... potentially bad and dumb, still on the fence with this one.

Tambellini get's a D+ from me.


So wait, you're assessing Visnovsky as of right now, but Grebeshkov you're assessing based on the potential of the deal?

So, Grebs may turn into a player, so you're withholding judgment, but Whitney is definitely a dud? Or, you're assuming that Visnovsky will have a stellar finish with the Ducks this year, thereby rendering the remaining years on each contract irrelevant? Not to mention the age difference?

I still don't quite get how it's not a good thing to get younger, bigger, and cheaper (and I loved Lubo) for a team that's embarking on a lengthy rebuild. The NHL is no longer just about asset management, GMs have to balance that with cap management. This to me seems like a pretty solid balance of both.


Exactly. I'm not sure why people are so down on the Whitney deal, as he seems to pick up points at almost the same rate as Visnovsky for the last three seasons. Is he as good? The stats say no, but then, we're paying him $1.6MM less, and we got a 6th rounder thrown in, so that equalizes things for me.

And he's a player that I really thought looked good with Pittsburgh in his first couple seasons.



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Jimmer wrote on Wed, 03 March 2010 23:01

Tambo gets a B (because he shed a lot of salary).

Now our focus has to be on getting another 1st round pick (top 10) this year so we can go after one of these d-men to go with Hall/Seguin.

Fowler, Cam D 12/5/1991 L *6.02 195 Windsor OHL
Gormley, Brandon D 2/18/1992 L *6.02 187 Moncton QMJHL
Pysyk, Mark D 1/11/1992 R *6.01.25 174 Edmonton WHL
Gudbranson, Erik D 1/7/1992 R *6.03.75 195 Kingston OHL

If Tambo can pull that off...we will finally see light at the end of the tunnel.



I think you might be dreaming. So far this year, only two teams have dealt their first round pick. Toronto traded theirs to get Kessel, and New Jersey dealt theirs for Kovalchuk. Calgary dealt this year's pick last trade deadline for Jokinen. There were NO first rounders dealt at the trade deadline.

If you look at players we're likely to move this summer, I don't think any of them are likely worth a first rounder. Guys like Moreau, O'Sullivan and Nilsson aren't very attractive at all at their numbers, and Souray just makes too much to garner that kind of return...not to mention all his health issues in the three seasons he's been an Oiler. Certainly none of those guys are in the Kovalchuk/Kessel stratosphere, or even on par with Jokinen.

Teams value their first rounders so highly...although maybe that changes if you get to the draft and the guy someone wants is gone. Chances are it'll cost you both of our second rounders just to move up to #20 or higher...and our first second rounder might very well be #31.



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Mike wrote on Wed, 03 March 2010 21:44

The key moving forward is NOT paying $2-$3M for 3rd/4th liner players and bottom pairing Dmen.

To manage the cap you need to have a handful of guys at around $1M or less.

This, I think, is the most important lesson for the cap-world Oilers management group to learn. Look at Pittsburgh. They have 7 guys earning above $2M. While I'm not advocating that as a rule, I think it would be a good place to start. Before this week we had 11. Today we have 9.

I remember hearing this theory last summer and I think it's valid: in the new NHL, elite players will continue to get paid elite money but everyone else will suffer. I think you have to be kind of ruthless that way as a manager. Know your stars.




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To me the Lubo for Whitney trade is good for the team going forward. I think Whitney can have a big impact on this team. When he was counted on as the big guy in Pittsburgh he played pretty good imo. Getting something for Grebs that was above a 3 round pick is good too. maybe that pick will be used in a trade at the draft.....you never know. Best of all is that the Oilers rid them selves of Steady Steves 2.7 cap hit next year and I can only see that as being a really good thing.

Tambo gets an A from me!!!!!!



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philly boy wrote on Wed, 03 March 2010 21:35

The Visnovsky trade as of right now, is just plain ugly.

Staios trade is good.

Grebeshkov for a 2nd is... potentially bad and dumb, still on the fence with this one.

Tambellini get's a D+ from me.


You're taking some heat for this! But I actually agree with you. The Staios trade is very good. Grebeshkov trade is risky, and I thought he should have netted more than just a 2nd round pick. Either a 2nd + a prospect, or a 2nd and 4th, or something. Not just a 2nd round pick. Beat on him all you will, he's still an established NHL defenceman who has had flashes of brilliance.

The Visnovsky trade I think is terrible. Whitney may turn out to be an absolute stud here and prove me wrong, but Visnovsky has been nothing short of terrific as an Oiler - and that on a roundly terrible team! I know there's talk of how Visnovsky would have been either too old or moving on by the time the Oilers are ready to compete, but is not the same thing true of Whitney? He'll be a UFA the same time Visnovsky was scheduled to be. Will he stick around to see the glory days (if there ever are any)?

Plus, I don't see the increased cap space (from the Visnovsky trade alone, I'm talking) as being as valuable as others perceive it. We gained substantial cap space in the Grebeshkov and Staios trades; and we don't really need any more for next year. Who are we going to throw money at as a UFA? Kovalchuk? If we're going true rebuild, we should be looking at (at most) signing journeymen or older vets looking for a second chance over the off-season - we don't need the cap space to chase after the UFA studs.

From my perspective, we gutted our defence corps, emptied it of two of our top 3 d-men on the year (Visnovsky, [Smid], and Staios have been our best in my opinion), are still stuck with an overabundance of marginal forwards (which handicaps us more going forward), and only gained three draft picks, only one 2nd round or higher.

I might give Tambellini a C (and I do give grades for a living), but he certainly didn't have an A or B performance.



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Visnovsky $5.6 M
Grebeshkov $3.15 M
Staios $2.7M
Whitney -$4M
Chorney -$.942M
Plante -$1.075

$5.433 Million we save with next years salaries if we keep our defense and just replace within. This gives Plante and Chorney time to prove themselves as well as cap space. We still can find a leadership player on defense if we want someone other then Souray to do the job.
As for the trades I think it leaves us with a bit of a weak defense but then again our defense this year wasn't great. I like the cap savings forsure though, wished to get more for Visnovsky but I think it is going to turn out good with Whitney.
Souray- Plante
Gilbert- Whitney
Smid- Chorney

This also gives us Peckham who needs to be resigned since's he RFA and makes Chorney, Plante and Peckam battle for those 2 spots. We then can see if they look like they have potential in the league.
Also if anything happens in the summer this will of course change.

With the $5.433M in savings on defense and with Comrie $1.25M, Pisani $2.5M, Gagner $1.625, Cogs $1.133 that gives us ($11.941M) of cap space to resign our key forwards (Cogliano, Gagner). Also a bit of money comes off from our other players that some need to be resigned.

I have a question about Grebeshkov (glad he is gone), if Nashville doesn't agree on the salary with him does he get unqualified? How do they get to take it infront of someone to decide what he should get? (Thanks)



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Y'know what I think people..

Grebs wasn't going to sign back here next year, that's why he only had a one year deal, plus he's was pretty lackluster as an oiler.

Doing my best OiV impression, I think Tambo cemented our slot for 30th place and it was intentional. Trading away your best and most reliable d-man and some veteran "leadership" and leave the defensive core to be a newbie as my ability to play defense, we are relegated by default to be 30th overall. To further this point, add the fact we have questionable goaltending, and no scoring.

Whitney may derail the defensive thought but with no scoring and our goaltending, we're staying in 30th.

Let us hope.

As a side note, I'm more and more leaning to throw my support behind Dubnyk than JDD. He worked a stellar game.



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I think individually the only deal that looks to be somewhat good is the 3rd and depth player that Tambo got from Calgary for Staios. That was a solid deal. The Lubo deal should have included a 3rd at minimum, but I won't complain too much about it since he received a good player in return and a future depth player for the farm (6th rd pick = depth only). The Grebs for a 2nd was decent, but I think Tambo may have been able to get a little more, maybe a second pick in the 5th or 6th round, or another depth player.

Overall though, I would have to deem the day a success since he cleared cap space. But I think the failure here is that he was unable to move Moreau or Pisani, moreso Moreau. Had Tambo moved Moreau, say for something similar to the Staios deal, then I would see the day as a complete success. I see a buy-out in Ethan's future.

So, good job Tambo, I guess.



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Why do all these people think that Tambo could have gotten more? Do you think for one second that had a better deal not been presented to him he would have taken it? Also, to lambaste and pine over the fact that certain players did not get moved is stupid as well. Those players that were not moved are garbage players with either huge contracts (relative to what they actually bring to the game) or injury history and possibly both. We have shi**y players on this team. Why would another team give up assets for a crap player? Here I'll trade you my rusted out Pinto that does not run for your new Corvette and you can pay the loan too! Does that sound like a good deal to anyone? Face it people no one wanted our junk beyond what we did get rid of and in reality what we got rid of was junk too in the fact that it was either unreliable, too old or cost wayyyy to much.


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Could've summed this entire thread and all its responses up quite simplistically:

Beggers can't be chooser!

[Updated on: Thu, 04 March 2010 11:39]


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AndersonRules wrote on Thu, 04 March 2010 10:36

Who are we going to throw money at as a UFA? Kovalchuk? If we're going true rebuild, we should be looking at (at most) signing journeymen or older vets looking for a second chance over the off-season - we don't need the cap space to chase after the UFA studs.


Agree 100%. That's one of my hopes for this offseason. No chasing rainbows crap. I don't want to hear that we almost had a 3 way deal in place to land both Crosby and OV. Just STFU, go about your business, and don't go chasing the Kovalchuks et al. Sign cheap one year deals if you can to fill out your roster. If they play well enough, you turn them into assets at the trade deadline.

Something I wouldn't mind seeing is a couple of homerun swings for guys not in the NHL. Guys like Cervenka who could be signed to an entry level deal. I'm sure there are others out there like that. Worst case we sign a bunch of Dopitas and get another #1 overall pick. Best case, we find a St Louis, Rafalski, Boyle, or Backstrom in there somewhere.



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philly boy wrote on Thu, 04 March 2010 11:10

Could've summed this entire thread and all its responses up quite simplistically:

Beggers can't be chooser!


OR ....
"FOR SALE or TRADE ...... Components of a last place team . "



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haggis wrote on Wed, 03 March 2010 23:14

It's also good to look at the projected potential of that supporting cast you speak of. Lander, Omark, Nash, Plante are projected as top line players if they hit their projection. Another big bonus of this salary dumping is that you can afford to throw a one year contract at Omark to see what he can do and if he fails you can cut him loose.

On a kinda associated note, who is projected to go #1 NEXT year and what kind of player are they projected to be, is it a Crosby/Ovy/Malkin kinda guy (you can sense my confidence).


From what I have read, the 2010-11 draft is expected to be the weakest draft in 15 years.



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bigEfromGP wrote on Thu, 04 March 2010 13:18

haggis wrote on Wed, 03 March 2010 23:14

It's also good to look at the projected potential of that supporting cast you speak of. Lander, Omark, Nash, Plante are projected as top line players if they hit their projection. Another big bonus of this salary dumping is that you can afford to throw a one year contract at Omark to see what he can do and if he fails you can cut him loose.

On a kinda associated note, who is projected to go #1 NEXT year and what kind of player are they projected to be, is it a Crosby/Ovy/Malkin kinda guy (you can sense my confidence).


From what I have read, the 2010-11 draft is expected to be the weakest draft in 15 years.


I don't know that I believe them anymore on those things. I've read a few old articles talking about various drafts now from the days before they took place and it's weird...2001 was touted as a very strong draft...in hindsight, it's as weak as they come. 2003 wasn't supposed to be anything special...it's probably the best in 15 years.

It's hard to get a consensus on where individual players will end up when they're 17 or 18...so it's not surprising that people really don't have a good idea as to how it'll turn out when they talk about the draft class as a whole.



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I was happy with the moves. Of course I would have loved to see more similiar moves, but if they weren't there, they weren't there.

They showed a definitive direction, which is what many of us have begged of for years. They moved out players, cleared salary space and gained picks. Anyone who thinks that it's possible to do a rebuild without losing a few good pieces along the way does not have realistic expectations.

You have to give to get.



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Adam wrote on Thu, 04 March 2010 14:02

bigEfromGP wrote on Thu, 04 March 2010 13:18

haggis wrote on Wed, 03 March 2010 23:14

It's also good to look at the projected potential of that supporting cast you speak of. Lander, Omark, Nash, Plante are projected as top line players if they hit their projection. Another big bonus of this salary dumping is that you can afford to throw a one year contract at Omark to see what he can do and if he fails you can cut him loose.

On a kinda associated note, who is projected to go #1 NEXT year and what kind of player are they projected to be, is it a Crosby/Ovy/Malkin kinda guy (you can sense my confidence).


From what I have read, the 2010-11 draft is expected to be the weakest draft in 15 years.


I don't know that I believe them anymore on those things. I've read a few old articles talking about various drafts now from the days before they took place and it's weird...2001 was touted as a very strong draft...in hindsight, it's as weak as they come. 2003 wasn't supposed to be anything special...it's probably the best in 15 years.

It's hard to get a consensus on where individual players will end up when they're 17 or 18...so it's not surprising that people really don't have a good idea as to how it'll turn out when they talk about the draft class as a whole.


Yeah, I don't put a whole lot of stock in them either, especially when discussing a draft that's nearly a year and a half away, more just sharing what I have read.



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bigEfromGP wrote on Thu, 04 March 2010 18:06

Adam wrote on Thu, 04 March 2010 14:02

bigEfromGP wrote on Thu, 04 March 2010 13:18

haggis wrote on Wed, 03 March 2010 23:14

It's also good to look at the projected potential of that supporting cast you speak of. Lander, Omark, Nash, Plante are projected as top line players if they hit their projection. Another big bonus of this salary dumping is that you can afford to throw a one year contract at Omark to see what he can do and if he fails you can cut him loose.

On a kinda associated note, who is projected to go #1 NEXT year and what kind of player are they projected to be, is it a Crosby/Ovy/Malkin kinda guy (you can sense my confidence).


From what I have read, the 2010-11 draft is expected to be the weakest draft in 15 years.


I don't know that I believe them anymore on those things. I've read a few old articles talking about various drafts now from the days before they took place and it's weird...2001 was touted as a very strong draft...in hindsight, it's as weak as they come. 2003 wasn't supposed to be anything special...it's probably the best in 15 years.

It's hard to get a consensus on where individual players will end up when they're 17 or 18...so it's not surprising that people really don't have a good idea as to how it'll turn out when they talk about the draft class as a whole.


Yeah, I don't put a whole lot of stock in them either, especially when discussing a draft that's nearly a year and a half away, more just sharing what I have read.


You guys think it's fair to say that scouting is better now than it was, say, 20 years ago?

I believe it is, though I don't have any empirical data to back it up. I'm guessing the "information age" having made access to information and sharing a lot easier. Your scout in Sweden is telling you about this amazing kid - you don't just need to take his word for it or fly over to see for yourself...



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Mike wrote on Thu, 04 March 2010 15:20

bigEfromGP wrote on Thu, 04 March 2010 18:06

Adam wrote on Thu, 04 March 2010 14:02

bigEfromGP wrote on Thu, 04 March 2010 13:18

haggis wrote on Wed, 03 March 2010 23:14

It's also good to look at the projected potential of that supporting cast you speak of. Lander, Omark, Nash, Plante are projected as top line players if they hit their projection. Another big bonus of this salary dumping is that you can afford to throw a one year contract at Omark to see what he can do and if he fails you can cut him loose.

On a kinda associated note, who is projected to go #1 NEXT year and what kind of player are they projected to be, is it a Crosby/Ovy/Malkin kinda guy (you can sense my confidence).


From what I have read, the 2010-11 draft is expected to be the weakest draft in 15 years.


I don't know that I believe them anymore on those things. I've read a few old articles talking about various drafts now from the days before they took place and it's weird...2001 was touted as a very strong draft...in hindsight, it's as weak as they come. 2003 wasn't supposed to be anything special...it's probably the best in 15 years.

It's hard to get a consensus on where individual players will end up when they're 17 or 18...so it's not surprising that people really don't have a good idea as to how it'll turn out when they talk about the draft class as a whole.


Yeah, I don't put a whole lot of stock in them either, especially when discussing a draft that's nearly a year and a half away, more just sharing what I have read.


You guys think it's fair to say that scouting is better now than it was, say, 20 years ago?

I believe it is, though I don't have any empirical data to back it up. I'm guessing the "information age" having made access to information and sharing a lot easier. Your scout in Sweden is telling you about this amazing kid - you don't just need to take his word for it or fly over to see for yourself...



Yes, I would agree with that. But I think that just means that we see more European players (which we have) and we see less big-time first flops (Daigle, Bosignoire AKA Not Doan). I realize that some teams seem to continually draft better than others, but I would argue that some of that credit, in my mind a considerable amount, can be attributed to development and less to drafting.



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bigEfromGP wrote on Thu, 04 March 2010 15:52

Mike wrote on Thu, 04 March 2010 15:20

bigEfromGP wrote on Thu, 04 March 2010 18:06

Adam wrote on Thu, 04 March 2010 14:02

bigEfromGP wrote on Thu, 04 March 2010 13:18

haggis wrote on Wed, 03 March 2010 23:14

It's also good to look at the projected potential of that supporting cast you speak of. Lander, Omark, Nash, Plante are projected as top line players if they hit their projection. Another big bonus of this salary dumping is that you can afford to throw a one year contract at Omark to see what he can do and if he fails you can cut him loose.

On a kinda associated note, who is projected to go #1 NEXT year and what kind of player are they projected to be, is it a Crosby/Ovy/Malkin kinda guy (you can sense my confidence).


From what I have read, the 2010-11 draft is expected to be the weakest draft in 15 years.


I don't know that I believe them anymore on those things. I've read a few old articles talking about various drafts now from the days before they took place and it's weird...2001 was touted as a very strong draft...in hindsight, it's as weak as they come. 2003 wasn't supposed to be anything special...it's probably the best in 15 years.

It's hard to get a consensus on where individual players will end up when they're 17 or 18...so it's not surprising that people really don't have a good idea as to how it'll turn out when they talk about the draft class as a whole.


Yeah, I don't put a whole lot of stock in them either, especially when discussing a draft that's nearly a year and a half away, more just sharing what I have read.


You guys think it's fair to say that scouting is better now than it was, say, 20 years ago?

I believe it is, though I don't have any empirical data to back it up. I'm guessing the "information age" having made access to information and sharing a lot easier. Your scout in Sweden is telling you about this amazing kid - you don't just need to take his word for it or fly over to see for yourself...



Yes, I would agree with that. But I think that just means that we see more European players (which we have) and we see less big-time first flops (Daigle, Bosignoire AKA Not Doan). I realize that some teams seem to continually draft better than others, but I would argue that some of that credit, in my mind a considerable amount, can be attributed to development and less to drafting.


For the record, it was Steve Kelly we picked over Doan. We could have had Jeff O'Neill over Bonsignore though...

I wonder if better scouting will just make it easier to identify some of the diamonds in the rough, as opposed to stopping flops. I mean, people were pretty excited about Patrick Stefan, and it hasn't been good. A guy like Legwand has had a decent career, but he certainly never lived up to his draft potential...

There's also the possibility that teams decide to lean too much on technology to draft...the Sabres were roundly criticized for adopting a system that has less scouts and more technology. It'll be interesting to see in ten years what that's meant to the Sabres organization.



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Why even bring in any vets? Why not let the kids play and see where it can go. I know that we need to have a few solid NHLers. But don't we have that is Souray, Penner, Hemsky, Whitney and Khabby? Use those guys as your elderstatesmen and bring the youth in to play around them. Let them get the experience they need and we'll be good in 2011-2012.


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