Proposal: 2 Sharks Trades (CBJ/BUF)

Discussion in 'Trade Rumors and Free Agent Talk' started by SJSharks39, Jun 13, 2018.

  1. Bizz

    Bizz 120% Banter

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    this. Boedker was amazing in the 2nd half of last season.
     
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    change the lower pick (MIN 4th) to your choice of Girgensons or Larsson and you've got yourself a deal
     
  3. SJSharks39

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    Then there’s really no point in the Sharks making the deal. They don’t need anymore depth. They are moving Boedker because they have too many people
     
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    I don't feel like either trade is enough for the Sharks. Carlsson is not what the Sharks need when it comes to blue line prospects and they can do better than two 4th round draft picks for Boedker but if after July 1 and they get Tavares, that deal wouldn't be unexpected from my vantage point. Then they'd need the cap space.
     
  5. thebus88

    thebus88 Pray 4 DA CBJ

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    So....

    Gabe Carlsson--"top 4"
    Ryan Murray-- "not top 4"

    ??

    Serious overrating AND underrating going on.

    IMHO the CBJ need to move Carlsson while his draft position still adds to his value. If its not too late already.
     

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