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My other OPTIONS - 10 Chucky Trade Options

Created by: Sidstick87
Initial Creation Date: Dec 24, 2019
Published: Dec 24, 2019 at 4:18 pm
Team: 2019-20 Pittsburgh Penguins
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Just Spit balling here & I could be wrong on trades - But IMO this will be the way GMJR will go to trade Chucky.

-I think we all kno he does NOT lose trades twice, HE ALWAYS FIXES HIS FAILED TRADES, and will NOT down grade even more w/ a Bogosian, Miller, or Scandella type scrub player
but he will find a way to upgrade BC he always does it some how.

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Trades
PIT
  1. Kreider, Chris
NYR
  1. Galchenyuk, Alex
  2. Björkqvist, Kasper
Additional Details:
2021 2nd Round Pick - (Conditional)
- Conditional of Galchenyuk Re-signing
If he Re-signs pick turns into 2021 7th Rdr
PIT
  1. Anderson, Josh
Additional Details:
This Prob would never happen but
this is 1 bad player for another bad player rite now.
CBJ
    1. GALCHENYUK, Alex

    2021 3rd Round Pick - (Conditional)
    - Conditional of Galchenyuk Re-signing
    If he Re-signs pick turns into 2021 7th Rdr
    PIT
    1. Athanasiou, Andreas
    Additional Details:
    Another Bad player for bad player
    DET
      1. GALCHENYUK, Alex

      2021 3rd Round Pick - (Conditional)
      - Conditional of Galchenyuk Re-signing
      If he Re-signs pick turns into 2021 7th Rdr
      PIT
      1. Fiala, Kevin
      MIN
      1. Miletic, Sam
      Additional Details:
      1. GALCHENYUK, Alex

      2021 2nd Round Pick - (Conditional)
      - Conditional of Galchenyuk Re-signing
      If he Re-signs pick turns into 2021 7th Rdr
      PIT
      1. Saad, Brandon
      2. Gustafsson, Erik
      CHI
        1. GALCHENYUK, Alex
        2. Aston- Reese, Zach
        3. Riikola, Jusso
        4. Bjorkqvist, Kasper

        2020 3rd Round Pick
        2021 2nd Round Pick - (Conditional)
        - Conditional of Galchenyuk Re-signing
        If he Re-signs pick turns into 2021 5th Rdr
        PIT
        1. Granlund, Mikael
        NSH
          1. GALCHENYUK, Alex
          PIT
          1. Zucker, Jason
          2. Brown, J.T.
          MIN
            1. GALCHENYUK, Alex
            2. Aston- Reese, Zach
            3. Bjorkqvist, Kasper

            2021 2nd Round Pick - (Conditional)
            - Conditional of Galchenyuk Re-signing
            If he Re-signs pick turns into 2021 5th Rdr
            PIT
            1. Foegele, Warren
            2. Fleury, Haydn
            CAR
              1. GALCHENYUK, Alex
              2. Riikola, Jusso
              3. Bjorkqvist, Kasper

              2021 2nd Round Pick - (Conditional)
              - Conditional of Galchenyuk Re-signing
              If he Re-signs pick turns into 2021 5th Rdr
              PIT
              1. Zadorov, Nikita
              2. Jost, Tyson
              3. Greer, AJ
              Additional Details:
              This is almost like the Brassard trade but more given up.
              PLUS, I think Chucky would explode in COL
              COL
                1. GALCHENYUK, Alex
                2. Hallander, Filip
                3. Riikola, Juusso


                2021 2nd Round Pick - (Conditional)
                - Conditional of Galchenyuk Re-signing
                If he Re-signs pick turns into 2021 7th Rdr
                PIT
                1. Faksa, Radek
                2. Janmark, Mattias
                DAL
                  1. GALCHENYUK, Alex
                  2. Riikola, Jusso
                  3. Bjorkqvist, Kasper

                  2021 2nd Round Pick - (Conditional)
                  - Conditional of Galchenyuk Re-signing
                  If he Re-signs pick turns into 2021 5th Rdr
                  Buried
                  • Casey DeSmith: $175,000 ($1,250,000)
                  DRAFT YEARROUND 1ROUND 2ROUND 3ROUND 4ROUND 5ROUND 6ROUND 7
                  2020
                  PIT
                  PIT
                  PIT
                  PIT
                  PIT
                  2021
                  PIT
                  PIT
                  PIT
                  PIT
                  PIT
                  ANA
                  2022
                  PIT
                  PIT
                  PIT
                  PIT
                  PIT
                  PIT
                  PIT
                  ROSTER SIZESALARY CAPCAP HITOVERAGES BONUSESCAP SPACE
                  39$81,500,000$116,754,125$132,500$4,702,500-$35,254,125
                  Left WingCenterRight Wing
                  PIT
                  Guentzel, Jake
                  $6,000,000
                  LW, RW
                  UFA - 5
                  PIT
                  Malkin, Evgeni
                  $9,500,000
                  C
                  NMC
                  UFA - 3
                  PIT
                  Hörnqvist, Patric
                  $5,300,000
                  RW
                  NTC
                  UFA - 4
                  PIT
                  McCann, Jared
                  $1,250,000
                  LW, C
                  RFA - 1
                  PIT
                  Crosby, Sidney
                  $8,700,000
                  C
                  NMC
                  UFA - 6
                  PIT
                  Tanev, Brandon
                  $3,500,000
                  RW, LW
                  NTC
                  UFA - 6
                  PIT
                  Aston-Reese, Zach
                  $1,000,000
                  LW, RW
                  RFA - 2
                  PIT
                  Bjugstad, Nick
                  $4,100,000
                  C, RW
                  UFA - 2
                  PIT
                  Rust, Bryan
                  $3,500,000
                  RW, LW
                  UFA - 3
                  PIT
                  Kahun, Dominik
                  $925,000
                  LW, RW, C
                  RFA - 1
                  PIT
                  Lafferty, Sam
                  $767,500
                  C, LW
                  RFA - 1
                  PIT
                  Simon, Dominik
                  $750,000
                  RW, LW
                  RFA - 1
                  NYR
                  Kreider, Chris
                  $4,625,000
                  LW
                  NTC
                  UFA - 1
                  PIT
                  Blueger, Teddy
                  $750,000
                  C, LW
                  RFA - 2
                  CBJ
                  Anderson, Josh
                  $1,850,000
                  RW
                  RFA - 1
                  MIN
                  Fiala, Kevin
                  $3,000,000
                  LW
                  RFA - 2
                  DET
                  Athanasiou, Andreas
                  $3,000,000
                  C, LW, RW
                  RFA - 1
                  CHI
                  Saad, Brandon
                  $6,000,000
                  RW, LW
                  UFA - 2
                  MIN
                  Zucker, Jason
                  $5,500,000
                  LW, RW
                  NTC
                  UFA - 4
                  NSH
                  Granlund, Mikael
                  $5,750,000
                  C, RW
                  UFA - 1
                  MIN
                  Brown, J.T.
                  $687,500
                  RW
                  UFA - 1
                  CAR
                  Foegele, Warren
                  $746,667
                  LW
                  RFA - 1
                  COL
                  Jost, Tyson
                  $885,833
                  C, LW, RW
                  RFA - 1
                  COL
                  Greer, AJ
                  $735,000
                  LW
                  RFA - 1
                  DAL
                  Faksa, Radek
                  $2,200,000
                  C
                  RFA - 1
                  DAL
                  Janmark, Mattias
                  $2,300,000
                  LW, C
                  UFA - 1
                  Left DefenseRight DefenseGoaltender
                  PIT
                  Dumoulin, Brian
                  $4,100,000
                  LD
                  UFA - 4
                  PIT
                  Letang, Kris
                  $7,250,000
                  RD
                  NMC NTC
                  UFA - 3
                  PIT
                  Murray, Matt
                  $3,750,000
                  G
                  RFA - 1
                  PIT
                  Johnson, Jack
                  $3,250,000
                  LD
                  UFA - 4
                  PIT
                  Schultz, Justin
                  $5,500,000
                  RD
                  NTC
                  UFA - 1
                  PIT
                  Jarry, Tristan
                  $675,000
                  G
                  RFA - 1
                  PIT
                  Marino, John
                  $925,000
                  D
                  RFA - 2
                  PIT
                  Ruhwedel, Chad
                  $700,000
                  RD
                  UFA - 2
                  PIT
                  Pettersson, Marcus
                  $874,125
                  LD
                  UFA - 1
                  PIT
                  Riikola, Juuso
                  $850,000
                  D
                  RFA - 1
                  CHI
                  Gustafsson, Erik
                  $1,200,000
                  LD
                  UFA - 1
                  CAR
                  Fleury, Haydn
                  $850,000
                  LD
                  RFA - 1
                  COL
                  Zadorov, Nikita
                  $3,200,000
                  LD
                  RFA - 1

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                  Dec 24, 2019 at 4:32
                  #1
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                  That’s a big fat no from the avs
                  Dec 24, 2019 at 4:34
                  #2
                  LongtimeLeafsufferer
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                  No reason why a non playoff team would want upcoming UFA Galynchuk. You wrote you didn't want a scrub for Gally. Gotta think that what Gally's trade value is. No playoff team has spot for him in the lineup. The only value in the those Pens trade is whether teams perceive Bjorkvist or Riikola have long term value.
                  Dec 24, 2019 at 4:57
                  #3
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                  Miller is better than Galch by a very large margin, and we'd be lucky to get a second/third back for Galch...
                  Dec 24, 2019 at 5:46
                  #4
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                  Since Detroit doesn't have to trade AA he is still an RFA. That would be a no from Detroit as well.
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                  Dec 24, 2019 at 6:15
                  #5
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                  No chance the Wild does either of those trades. Why would they trade any of their guys who can find the back of the net for more depth pieces? They have depth pieces, plenty of them. They actually need to shed a depth piece or 2 next summer, not add more.
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                  Dec 24, 2019 at 6:47
                  #6
                  arky
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                  Why would Wings trade a player who could rebound and is a RFA for a player who if he rebounds is a UFA?

                  Dream on.
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                  Dec 24, 2019 at 9:13
                  #7
                  Go Wings Go
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                  Since when is a pending UFA worth a RFA? AA is worth far more then Galchenyuk. That's a big fat No from Detroit.
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                  Dec 25, 2019 at 2:49
                  #8
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                  I think the only ones that say yes are Nashville and Chicago. Nashville cause they hope that they can get out of Granlund who has been underwhelming with little risk and no loss. Chicago just to get out of the Saad contract next year and get picks, a prospect, and a solid skating defenseman.
                  Dec 25, 2019 at 12:14
                  #9
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                  Quoting: palhal
                  No reason why a non playoff team would want upcoming UFA Galynchuk. You wrote you didn't want a scrub for Gally. Gotta think that what Gally's trade value is. No playoff team has spot for him in the lineup. The only value in the those Pens trade is whether teams perceive Bjorkvist or Riikola have long term value.


                  The dude still has value, just bc he isnt fitting here.... I mean he has 300+ points in the NHL & is only 25 still.
                  Dec 25, 2019 at 12:15
                  #10
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                  Quoting: DiehardRedWingsFan58
                  Since when is a pending UFA worth a RFA? AA is worth far more then Galchenyuk. That's a big fat No from Detroit.


                  Its a common trade to trade 2 bad players for each other
                  Dec 25, 2019 at 12:19
                  #11
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                  Quoting: mikearky
                  Why would Wings trade a player who could rebound and is a RFA for a player who if he rebounds is a UFA?

                  Dream on.


                  Chucky has been bad here but he is only 25 still w/ 300+ points in NHL - A.A. is like the worst player in NHL this yr, is the same age as Chucky, and doesnt even have half the points Chucky has put up in NHL.
                  So maybe wake up homie?
                  Dec 25, 2019 at 12:22
                  #12
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                  Quoting: AFOX10900
                  Miller is better than Galch by a very large margin, and we'd be lucky to get a second/third back for Galch...


                  Bro, Miller is crazy bad... and why would we need a RHD when we have like 5 RHD that can play NHL min?
                  Everyone also said Brassard had no trade value and look at what GMJR got for that useless F*** ???
                  Dec 25, 2019 at 12:23
                  #13
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                  Quoting: coga16
                  That’s a big fat no from the avs


                  I figured that , lol
                  Why dont yinz ever give Jost a chance ?? I love the kid
                  Dec 25, 2019 at 1:46
                  #14
                  arky
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                  Quoting: Sidstick87
                  Chucky has been bad here but he is only 25 still w/ 300+ points in NHL - A.A. is like the worst player in NHL this yr, is the same age as Chucky, and doesnt even have half the points Chucky has put up in NHL.
                  So maybe wake up homie?


                  Well, Chucky plays in a very good team and can barely play 4th line minutes. He is a UFA at seasons end and is not worth probably want he wants and will walk away from Wings, as he has been on want 3 teams already.

                  Yes AA has been bad this year but also plays on a rebuilding team. He is also a RFA for the next 2 years and while his +/- is horrible, the whole team has been horrible le this year, he is only 4 points off of last years point total.

                  If you are going to try to disrespect me, with the homie comment be sure ou know what you are talking about, because you look like a fool.
                  Dec 25, 2019 at 1:47
                  #15
                  arky
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                  Oh by the way I'df he was so great and in demand he would have been dealt already, show nobody wants him.
                  Dec 25, 2019 at 2:37
                  #16
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                  Quoting: Sidstick87
                  I figured that , lol
                  Why dont yinz ever give Jost a chance ?? I love the kid


                  He has been given a chance And it’s just he’s been out played by the avs depth this season. Despite josts reduced role he’s still producing more than Galchenyuk. 1 for 1 is still a bad trade for the avs consider rfa be ufa and how jost is So much better defensively
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