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(TOR / SJS) - 2020 7th round pick for Fehr

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Feb 20, 2018 at 5:01
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A trade between Toronto Maple Leafs and San Jose Sharks has been confirmed.
Trade Details
Toronto Maple Leafs Acquire:
Toronto Maple Leafs
2020 7th round pick (SJS)
Feb 20, 2018 at 5:03
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win-win
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Feb 20, 2018 at 5:04
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So the Leafs got a 4th and a 7th for Frank Corrado in the end. Not bad,
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Feb 20, 2018 at 5:06
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Not really relevant. Nice job by Toronto for clearing out a guy we don’t need. With Soshnikov and Fehr gone though I hope nobody gets injured.
Feb 20, 2018 at 5:08
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Quoting: DarylthePony
Not really relevant. Nice job by Toronto for clearing out a guy we don’t need. With Soshnikov and Fehr gone though I hope nobody gets injured.


You're worrying about injuries to forwards? Have you seen the depth the Leafs have?!
Feb 20, 2018 at 5:44
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Good job for Toronto clearing a pointless contract and a pointless player.
Feb 20, 2018 at 5:47
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Quoting: Clubkid75
Good job for Toronto clearing a pointless contract and a pointless player.


Don't figure San Jose did this outta goodness of their heart. Maybe they think Fehr is needed in next few months.
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Feb 20, 2018 at 6:07
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The Leafs took a 4th round pick ALONG with Fehr to unload the deal and less than a year later they trade him for a pick. Crazy good job by the Leafs.
Feb 20, 2018 at 6:10
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Quoting: OpaqueZoo
The Leafs took a 4th round pick ALONG with Fehr to unload the deal and less than a year later they trade him for a pick. Crazy good job by the Leafs.


Plus it's a non-conditional pick. People often overlook that detail. The Leafs have done a great job of getting picks with no conditions attached to them and thus at least having a dart to throw at the draft board. Managed to do that even with Enroth ffs.
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Feb 20, 2018 at 6:15
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Eric Fehr. Hometown boy from Winkler, Manitoba! Stanley cup winner 2016. Now he is off to San Jose. I hope he is able to prove that he still has a place in this league so he can comeback next year. Toronto never gave Fehr a fair chance.
Feb 20, 2018 at 6:43
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Win-Win. But gee Fehr dosen't have any value.
Feb 20, 2018 at 6:47
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Quoting: Hockeylover360
Win-Win. But gee Fehr dosen't have any value.


I mean, he was so low on the depth chart, he was loaned to another AHL team. Makes sense his value is at rock bottom.
Feb 20, 2018 at 7:09
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Quoting: kaljakori
You're worrying about injuries to forwards? Have you seen the depth the Leafs have?!


Quoting: kaljakori
You're worrying about injuries to forwards? Have you seen the depth the Leafs have?!


You mean the depth they’ve traded. If we get injuries we are more vulnerable. Not saying we are in danger, but vulnerable.
Feb 20, 2018 at 7:27
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Quoting: kaljakori
I mean, he was so low on the depth chart, he was loaned to another AHL team. Makes sense his value is at rock bottom.


True. But he was also traded last year and had way more value.
Feb 20, 2018 at 7:49
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Quoting: DarylthePony
You mean the depth they’ve traded. If we get injuries we are more vulnerable. Not saying we are in danger, but vulnerable.


OK I'm pretty sure you don't know what you're talking about. We have Martin and Leivo as scratches. In the A, we have Rychel, Aaltonen and Johnsson who could all easily fit in for injury help. Then we also have Smith and Greening if you really get desperate for depth.
Feb 20, 2018 at 7:53
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Quoting: kaljakori
OK I'm pretty sure you don't know what you're talking about. We have Martin and Leivo as scratches. In the A, we have Rychel, Aaltonen and Johnsson who could all easily fit in for injury help. Then we also have Smith and Greening if you really get desperate for depth.


You don’t get what I’m saying. With Fehr and Soshnikov gone we have less options. Smith and Greening are trash, and those prospects you mentioned are not NHL ready (with the possible exception of Aaltonen). Lets say we lose three forwards, Leivo and Martin come in, but then we are stuck with an AHLer in the lineup. Next year, JVR, Bozak, and Komarov all leave, lets say Marner and Kadri get hurt, then what? Yes Aaltonen should be in the lineup next year, but he won’t be taking top six minutes. As I said, this trade makes sense, it just limits.

Also, do you really want Johnsson, Rychel, or Aaltonen in the lineup come playoff time?
Feb 20, 2018 at 7:56
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Quoting: DarylthePony
You don’t get what I’m saying. With Fehr and Soshnikov gone we have less options. Smith and Greening are trash, and those prospects you mentioned are not NHL ready (with the possible exception of Aaltonen). Lets say we lose three forwards, Leivo and Martin come in, but then we are stuck with an AHLer in the lineup. Next year, JVR, Bozak, and Komarov all leave, lets say Marner and Kadri get hurt, then what? Yes Aaltonen should be in the lineup next year, but he won’t be taking top six minutes. As I said, this trade makes sense, it just limits.


Johnsson is basically NHL-ready. Rychel is a bit questionable. Aaltonen might just be the 4C next year. Smith and Greening are alright as injury callups.
Feb 20, 2018 at 8:01
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Quoting: kaljakori
Johnsson is basically NHL-ready. Rychel is a bit questionable. Aaltonen might just be the 4C next year. Smith and Greening are alright as injury callups.


True, but my point is do you want any of those guys playing in the playoffs? All I said was I hope nobody gets injured, not because it would cripple us, but because we are now more limited.
Feb 20, 2018 at 9:46
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Quoting: Missouri
Eric Fehr. Hometown boy from Winkler, Manitoba! Stanley cup winner 2016. Now he is off to San Jose. I hope he is able to prove that he still has a place in this league so he can comeback next year. Toronto never gave Fehr a fair chance.


Last year, Fehr broke his finger in one of first shifts so he didn't have the opportunity to show anything. Right or wrong the Leafs picks Moore over Fehr in October. Fehr's wife is an actress so the Leafs loaned him to San Diego to help his family. Hope at least he's sees the the NHL ice at least one more time in probably his last pro season.
Feb 21, 2018 at 4:47
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Quoting: Missouri
Eric Fehr. Hometown boy from Winkler, Manitoba! Stanley cup winner 2016. Now he is off to San Jose. I hope he is able to prove that he still has a place in this league so he can comeback next year. Toronto never gave Fehr a fair chance.


I guess you could say they never gave him a "Fehr" chance? Sticking Out Tongue
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Feb 21, 2018 at 10:37
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Quoting: palhal
Last year, Fehr broke his finger in one of first shifts so he didn't have the opportunity to show anything. Right or wrong the Leafs picks Moore over Fehr in October. Fehr's wife is an actress so the Leafs loaned him to San Diego to help his family. Hope at least he's sees the the NHL ice at least one more time in probably his last pro season.


Ya that is what I mean I hope it isn't his last pro season.
Feb 21, 2018 at 12:23
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Quoting: Missouri
Ya that is what I mean I hope it isn't his last pro season.


Once a guy gets to be Fehr's age and know he virtually no chance of being an NHLer again (2018/19) he has that decision. Do I retire and move on with my life, or do I play in the AHL for 100,000? Now some guys just don't want to retire, cause they know they are going to have to soon anyway, and they love the the life style of being a pro hockey player even in the AHL. Every guy is different.
Last year Greening of the Leafs was "buried" by the Leafs with the Marlies despite making 2.7m. Apparently he was much beloved by management and his fellow players. He resigned with them this year on a minor league deal maybe making 100,000. Again he loves being a pro hockey player, I always think, he looking at this as a step into getting into coaching later.
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