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(TOR/MIN) - Gordeev for conditional 7th round pick

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May 30 at 1:09
#1
Trade confirmed: Minnesota Wild - Toronto Maple Leafs
Trade Details
Toronto Maple Leafs Acquire:
Toronto Maple Leafs
2020 conditional 7th round pick* (WPG)
*Conditions: Minnesota must sign Gordeev to an entry-level contract prior to June 1, 2019

Result: Conditions met. Toronto receives the 2020 7th round pick
May 30 at 1:11
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Leafs get a 7th round pick for a former 5th round pick that they obviously weren't going to sign.

I guess in hindsight the Wild win, but the Leafs got assets for someone they weren't going to sign,

It all depends on if the Leafs can get someone better than Gordeev in the 7th round.
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May 30 at 1:26
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Edited May 30 at 2:37
with all our Dman being 5'11'', kids of that size shouldnt be tossed away like that.....

must be Scouts have found a new Zetterberg with all those 7th amassing.....
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May 30 at 2:01
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rangersandislesfan
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Idk much about him but the Wild obviously value him at least a bit. Leafs weren't going to sign him so they win. MIN probably does, too. Fair deal?
May 30 at 4:23
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Minn wins this trade .... Toronto gets nothing if Minn signs him June 2nd.
May 30 at 4:27
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rangersandislesfan
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Quoting: CoraStorm
Minn wins this trade .... Toronto gets nothing if Minn signs him June 2nd.


By then MIN wouldn't have his rights.
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May 30 at 5:19
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Quoting: CoraStorm
Minn wins this trade .... Toronto gets nothing if Minn signs him June 2nd.


That's not possible. If Gordeev wasn't signed by June 1st, he would re-enter the draft and Minnesota would have to draft him to get his rights again. Anyways, he just signed his contract.
May 30 at 7:40
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Quoting: HabsForEver
That's not possible. If Gordeev wasn't signed by June 1st, he would re-enter the draft and Minnesota would have to draft him to get his rights again. Anyways, he just signed his contract.


realistically, was Toronto considering him as "the next best guy" ... probably not. they have Rosen and Liljegren.
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May 30 at 8:31
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Quoting: HabsForEver
Leafs get a 7th round pick for a former 5th round pick that they obviously weren't going to sign.

I guess in hindsight the Wild win, but the Leafs got assets for someone they weren't going to sign,

It all depends on if the Leafs can get someone better than Gordeev in the 7th round.


****ing Gordeev Toronto native won't sign with Toronto
May 30 at 8:37
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Quoting: AwesomeMatthews
****ing Gordeev Toronto native won't sign with Toronto


I think it's more the opposite. Toronto didn't want to sign Gordeev so they traded him. They got back an asset for something they were going to let go.
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May 30 at 11:42
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I'm surprised that the Leafs didn't think he think had NHL potential. The Leafs do have lots of young Dman. Just thought there was way to have play in at least some of the time in the AHL next year.
Looks like the smurfs will continue in the AHL and maybe the NHL for the Leafs.
May 30 at 11:54
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Quoting: palhal
I'm surprised that the Leafs didn't think he think had NHL potential. The Leafs do have lots of young Dman. Just thought there was way to have play in at least some of the time in the AHL next year..


My point exactlly...how hard would it be giving him 3 x 925K to play in AHL and discover if hes made of for something bigger...no pun intended

Same goes for McGregor, who they also will not re-sign, ok, i understand 23y old Dakota missed his train....
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May 31 at 12:54
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Quoting: Laudan
My point exactlly...how hard would it be giving him 3 x 925K to play in AHL and discover if hes made of for something bigger...no pun intended

Same goes for McGregor, who they also will not re-sign, ok, i understand 23y old Dakota missed his train....


A team that focus's mainly on their speed and quick transitions. A team that plays like that doesn't need any defensive defensemen.
May 31 at 7:57
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Quoting: Laudan
My point exactlly...how hard would it be giving him 3 x 925K to play in AHL and discover if hes made of for something bigger...no pun intended

Same goes for McGregor, who they also will not re-sign, ok, i understand 23y old Dakota missed his train....


I understand both McGregor and Dakota. IMO both don't seem to NHLers. Gordeev I thought had potential. The other issue which is the 50 man rule roster, if for some reason the Leafs didn't want Gordeev on that roster lack of space apparently, and only had space on a ECHL contract, now I see why Gordeev would refuse to sign that deal. Leafs must think Duzsak, Hollawell, Lindgren and Rasenum have more NHL Dman potential and are on the 50 man roster. Good luck to Gordeev, an Etobicoke (Toronto) raised boy like myself.
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Jun 4 at 10:18
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Nazaleaf
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FOREVER GORDEEV!
Jun 29 at 3:20
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I like Minnesota here since this player probably has higher shot to crack NHL compared to pick given for rights to sign him did wink.
 
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