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Star player for a 3 player return or greater

Created by: Birtle34
Initial Creation Date: Sep 5, 2019
Published: Sep 5 at 1:33 am
Team: 2019-20 Winnipeg Jets
Team Explanation
I’ve been going through the trades of the past, and trying to take a tally of which side of the ledger predominantly wins.
DRAFT YEARROUND 1ROUND 2ROUND 3ROUND 4ROUND 5ROUND 6ROUND 7
2020
WPG
WPG
WPG
WPG
WPG
2021
WPG
WPG
WPG
WPG
WPG
WPG
2022
WPG
WPG
WPG
WPG
WPG
WPG
WPG
ROSTER SIZESALARY CAPCAP HITOVERAGES BONUSESCAP SPACE
19$81,500,000$65,349,164$0$272,500$16,150,836
Left WingCenterRight Wing
WPG
Perreault, Mathieu
$4,125,000
LW, C
NTC
UFA - 2
WPG
Scheifele, Mark
$6,125,000
C
UFA - 5
WPG
Wheeler, Blake
$8,250,000
RW, C
NMC
UFA - 5
WPG
Bourque, Gabriel
$700,000
LW, RW
UFA - 1
WPG
Little, Bryan
$5,291,666
C, RW
NMC
UFA - 5
WPG
Ehlers, Nikolaj
$6,000,000
RW, LW
UFA - 6
WPG
Lowry, Adam
$2,916,666
C
UFA - 2
WPG
Roslovic, Jack
$894,166
RW, C
RFA - 1
WPG
Copp, Andrew
$2,280,000
C, LW
RFA - 2
WPG
Appleton, Mason
$741,667
RW, C
RFA - 1
Left DefenseRight DefenseGoaltender
WPG
Kulikov, Dmitry
$4,333,333
LD
NTC
UFA - 1
WPG
Byfuglien, Dustin
$7,600,000
RD
NTC
UFA - 2
WPG
Hellebuyck, Connor
$6,166,666
G
UFA - 5
WPG
Morrissey, Joshua
$3,150,000
LD
UFA - 1
WPG
Pionk, Neal
$3,000,000
RD
RFA - 2
WPG
Brossoit, Laurent
$1,225,000
G
UFA - 1
WPG
Beaulieu, Nathan
$1,000,000
LD
UFA - 1
WPG
Niku, Sami
$775,000
RD
RFA - 1
WPG
Poolman, Tucker
$775,000
RD
UFA - 2

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Sep 5 at 1:36
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Bandwagon fairweathe
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Recchi for desjardins, leclair Dionne. Would be one and probably recent buf wpg would be another where the package was better than the player going forward. Drawing blanks though anybody got any others
Sep 5 at 1:37
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Bandwagon fairweathe
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Lindros Quebec philly deal would have arguments both ways
Sep 5 at 1:53
#3
Team caaaannnaaada
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Erik karlson =dymelo thierney balcers plus norris and pick
Sep 5 at 1:56
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Team caaaannnaaada
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Alexei yashin : chara mucklat spezza
Sep 5 at 2:20
#5
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Bandwagon fairweathe
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Quoting: Sebybbq
Alexei yashin : chara mucklat spezza


Couple examples going both ways, if you put a percentage to it, do you think it would be beyond 50/50, and how do u think cap era and expansion draft effect
Sep 5 at 2:22
#6
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Bandwagon fairweathe
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Quoting: Sebybbq
Erik karlson =dymelo thierney balcers plus norris and pick


Quoting: Sebybbq
Erik karlson =dymelo thierney balcers plus norris and pick


Jets going to have to gamble it win on this one, with the unknown draftpicks and 3 year elc guys that don’t have to be protected if laine actually does get moved
Sep 5 at 2:27
#7
Team caaaannnaaada
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For me its simple if you’re not receiving a crosby or a MacKinnon or mcdavid giving three good pieces for one great is a bad trade. Historically. The team that acquire the best players in that kind of deal was always the loosers. I mean the guys might have 40 goal season and making highlights but he won’t be more 20 min a game on ice. I mean even if the guys make 80 point a years the three olayers you might trade will have 120maybe more together.
Sep 5 at 2:32
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Bandwagon fairweathe
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Quoting: Sebybbq
For me its simple if you’re not receiving a crosby or a MacKinnon or mcdavid giving three good pieces for one great is a bad trade. Historically. The team that acquire the best players in that kind of deal was always the loosers. I mean the guys might have 40 goal season and making highlights but he won’t be more 20 min a game on ice. I mean even if the guys make 80 point a years the three olayers you might trade will have 120maybe more together.


I could see that, now everything goes back to price tag and ability to protect at expansion draft. Interesting times ahead in wpg
Sep 5 at 2:33
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Team caaaannnaaada
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Quoting: Birtle34
Couple examples going both ways, if you put a percentage to it, do you think it would be beyond 50/50, and how do u think cap era and expansion draft effect


I would say 25/75 25 % of time the team that acquired the star players and the rest benefits the team that traded the star.
Sep 5 at 2:43
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Bandwagon fairweathe
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Quoting: Sebybbq
I would say 25/75 25 % of time the team that acquired the star players and the rest benefits the team that traded the star.


So as long as the package is shiny enough and some decent contracts and or team control, not too be too worried about laine on the block. In Chevy I trust
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Sep 5 at 2:55
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Team caaaannnaaada
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Quoting: Birtle34
So as long as the package is shiny enough and some decent contracts and or team control, not too be too worried about laine on the block. In Chevy I trust


Yes look a kane trade its been good for winnipeg since kane got trade few years later and tyler myers was prett good with winnipeg. I just made a trade proposal take a look
At it and give me your thoughts
Sep 5 at 8:38
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’ve been going through the trades of the past, and trying to take a tally of which side of the ledger predominantly wins.

February 1964. Leafs acquire aging star Andy Bathgate and solid veteran for Don McKenney for two solid veterans Dick Duff, Bob Nevin, two good prospects, Arnie Brown, Rod Collins and great prospect Rod Seiling. The immediate boast of the trade helped Leafs win the Cup in 1964, Plus Bathgate and McKenney were later traded and some of those assets traded in those trades help the Leaf win the Cup in 1967.
The young players acquired by the Rangers helped a floundering team gain respectability for years, plus the trading of some of those players later added more players to the Rangers lineup.
You could argue the original trade helped the Leafs win two Cups....Rangers none
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