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(CHI/LAK) - 2019 5th round pick for Kubalik

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Jan 24 at 6:51
#1
Trade confirmed: Chicago Blackhawks - Los Angeles Kings
Trade Details
Los Angeles Kings Acquire:
Los Angeles Kings
2019 5th round pick (ARI - #138)
Jan 24 at 8:06
#2
Habs4Ever
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5th round pick for a 7th round pick that is 23 and has yet to play a Pro game on North-American Ice. Not bad LA
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Jan 25 at 5:47
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BostonBeat97
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Quoting: KSIxSKULLS
5th round pick for a 7th round pick that is 23 and has yet to play a Pro game on North-American Ice. Not bad LA


He is the leagues leading scorer over in europe and has played with kahun back in junior. If Chicago signs him they may get another late bloomer with ties to other players on the team. Not saying it could be another panarin but another solid grab by Chicago nonetheless.
Jan 25 at 11:29
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Habs4Ever
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Quoting: BostonBeat97
He is the leagues leading scorer over in europe and has played with kahun back in junior. If Chicago signs him they may get another late bloomer with ties to other players on the team. Not saying it could be another panarin but another solid grab by Chicago nonetheless.


He's played in the Czech and Swiss League. Both are tier 3 leagues at best. Panarin at 22 was destroying the 2nd best league in the world. They are on a completely different skill level.
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Jan 25 at 8:58
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BostonBeat97
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Quoting: KSIxSKULLS
He's played in the Czech and Swiss League. Both are tier 3 leagues at best. Panarin at 22 was destroying the 2nd best league in the world. They are on a completely different skill level.


Solid 3rd liner on Chicago might still be something with the state of the hawks... Ya never know in today'S nhl who might be something...
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Jan 28 at 1:44
#6
MattRud
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This is the same league, Austin Matthews played in when he was 18. He had 46 points in 36 games. While Kubalik has 43 points in 38 games. Will take time to adjust to the North American ice but looks like a solid 3 line scorer.
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Jan 28 at 2:05
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rangersandislesfan
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Is Kubalik likely to play in the NHL?
Jan 28 at 2:33
#8
Habs4Ever
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Quoting: MattRud
This is the same league, Austin Matthews played in when he was 18. He had 46 points in 36 games. While Kubalik has 43 points in 38 games. Will take time to adjust to the North American ice but looks like a solid 3 line scorer.


Kubalik is 23 (1.13 PPG)
Damien Brunner at 22 (1.23 PPG) 58 points in 128 Career NHL games.
Andrei Bykov at 23 (1.03 PPG) Never played an NHL game.
Martin Reway at 21 (1.11 PPG) Never played an NHL game.
Lino Martschini at 23 (1.08 PPG) Never played an NHL game.
Pius Suter at 20 (1.08 PPG) Undrafted, still 22.

You can see the trend here.
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May 12 at 10:58
#9
exo2769
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As a Hawks fan...I'm loving this trade even more now than just a few months ago! Good move Stan!
May 14 at 3:40
#10
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Quoting: KSIxSKULLS
He's played in the Czech and Swiss League. Both are tier 3 leagues at best. Panarin at 22 was destroying the 2nd best league in the world. They are on a completely different skill level.


You literally quoted BostonBeat97 as stating, "Not saying it could be another Panarin but another solid grab by Chicago nonetheless."
 
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