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(WSH/SJS) - 2nd round, conditional 3rd round picks for Dillon

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Feb 18 at 3:50
#1
Trade confirmed: San Jose Sharks - Washington Capitals
Trade Details
San Jose Sharks Acquire:
San Jose Sharks
2020 2nd round pick (COL)
2021 conditional 3rd round pick* (WSH)
*Conditions: If the Washington Capitals win the 2020 Stanley Cup, the 2021 3rd round pick (WSH) will instead become the 2020 3rd round pick (ARI) that Washington previously acquired
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Feb 18 at 3:51
#2
WE CAN AND WE WILL
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Sjs selling confirmed
Feb 18 at 3:54
#3
Caught in an enigma
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Wow great day for trades
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Feb 18 at 3:55
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McGruff
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Quoting: Nohate
Sjs selling confirmed


Aggressive selling akin to a WalMart and a couple of retirement parties should just about do it!
Feb 18 at 3:56
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rangersandislesfan
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Anyone know the condition on the 3rd?
Feb 18 at 3:56
#6
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Pretty good haul for SJ. I suspected a late 2nd was the right price. The conditional 3rd seems to be for the retention so all in all good trades for both teams.
Feb 18 at 3:57
#7
Vrana cookie?
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Just what I was thinking the Caps needed, a big stay at home defensive defenseman like Orpik to be physical, but also clear the god damn crease and get players away from our slot. I like it. LHD though? Can he play right side? Wonder how the Caps shuffle their D pairings now.
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Feb 18 at 3:57
#8
casse a casse
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Dillon's tears didn't change his faith frown
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Feb 18 at 3:58
#9
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Looks like a fair trade. Sens the real winner here with SJS as sellers
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Feb 18 at 4:00
#10
AwesomeMatthews
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What a disgraceful return for Dillon smh.
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Feb 18 at 4:01
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TSN & Sportnet trade deadline hosts crying rn, this about to be the quietest trade deadline in a long time
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Feb 18 at 4:04
#12
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Quoting: Kylonetic8
Just what I was thinking the Caps needed, a big stay at home defensive defenseman like Orpik to be physical, but also clear the god damn crease and get players away from our slot. I like it. LHD though? Can he play right side? Wonder how the Caps shuffle their D pairings now.



Would be a fun 3rd pair with Gudas lol. Siegenthaler on the 2nd pair with Orlov. Jensen odd man out
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Feb 18 at 4:09
#13
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Like this trade for both teams. Although, Ottawa is winning the most here.
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Feb 18 at 4:11
#14
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Quoting: WellIDK
Would be a fun 3rd pair with Gudas lol. Siegenthaler on the 2nd pair with Orlov. Jensen odd man out


Since the Caps gave up no current roster capital, I'm guessing another trade may be in the works. Cap dump or a possible top 9 forward for Jensen + picks maybe?

If that happened it would end up being:
Dillon-Carlson
Orlov-Gudas
Kempny-Siegs

Something like that. I still think we need another Dman on the right side. LOL Oh my. Gudas and Siegs have both been slumping lately, but that goes for our entire D so, who knows.
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Feb 18 at 5:25
#15
Yee
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NOOOOO I WANTED HIMMMMMMM HEREE ON THE CANUCKS AS OF VANCOUVERRR
Feb 18 at 5:28
#16
Blues GM v4
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I haven't seen a ton of Sharks games this season, but from all accounts Dillon is elite in his own end. Cleaning up the house has been a huge issue lately, so this reinforcement should be nice. Now if only we can get someone less turnover prone to take Jensen's spot on the right and we're set.
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Feb 18 at 5:34
#17
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Quoting: krakowitz
I haven't seen a ton of Sharks games this season, but from all accounts Dillon is elite in his own end. Cleaning up the house has been a huge issue lately, so this reinforcement should be nice. Now if only we can get someone less turnover prone to take Jensen's spot on the right and we're set.


How about Siegenthaler? Could be what happens. Orlov-Sieg pairing. Jensen sits. Kempny third pair with Gudas.
Feb 18 at 5:35
#18
mhockey91
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Fair deal
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Feb 18 at 5:37
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He's a caps kind of player.
But he isn't going to fix the defensive problems. A lot of it starts with a really underwhelming bottom 6.
Feb 18 at 5:51
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Hugh Hefner of CF
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Fair deal overall.

2nd and 3rd for bottom pair deal with max retention
Feb 18 at 6:03
#21
Habs/Pens fan
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Fair trade for both teams in the most obvious sellers market.
Feb 18 at 7:20
#22
Blues GM v4
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Quoting: Kylonetic8
How about Siegenthaler? Could be what happens. Orlov-Sieg pairing. Jensen sits. Kempny third pair with Gudas.


It's definitely worth a shot and probably our best bet right now, but still not ideal. A true top four, RHD is going to be essential for us to acquire moving forward. I also wish Orlov would engage physically a little more and help clear the crease. He's clearly strong enough to do so, but he always tries to make plays on the puck.

Dillon-Carlson
Orlov-Siegenthaler/Gudas
Kempny-Gudas/Siegenthaler

Is what looks best on paper I think. Wouldn't surprise me in the slightest if Jensen stays in and Siegenthaler is out, which would royally piss us all off
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Feb 18 at 7:50
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mhockey91
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Quoting: pharrow
He's a caps kind of player.
But he isn't going to fix the defensive problems. A lot of it starts with a really underwhelming bottom 6.


They lost Burakovsky and Connolly and replaced them with Hathaway and Panik. Even stephansen has been great on VGK. Not ideal
Feb 18 at 8:18
#24
Blues GM v4
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Quoting: mhockey91
They lost Burakovsky and Connolly and replaced them with Hathaway and Panik. Even stephansen has been great on VGK. Not ideal


The bottom six forwards haven't even been the issue as of late. Hagelin has been producing incredibly well lately, Eller is playing good hockey, Panik has found his rhythm and is playing well, and the fourth line has done their job. It's definitely been the defensive miscues, and disappointing performances from the top six. Kuznetsov being out has definitely hurt our ability to drive play and keep the opposition in their own zone. There are a lot of issues right now, but I think it's a funk that Dillon will help us snap out of. And if not, we're going to get steam-rolled in the first round
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Feb 18 at 9:48
#25
Nazaleaf
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Just the type of D Washington, and any other good team would need.
Really wished my Leafs would've got him.
 
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