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My Potential TDL Targets

Created by: Hedman77
Initial Creation Date: Apr. 1, 2021
Published: Oct. 11, 2021
Team: 2020-21 Tampa Bay Lightning
Trades
1.
TBL
  1. Savard, David
Additional Details:
If there's one guy I want this year, it's David Savard. He'd bring gritty, solid defensive play to help solidify our right side and he's a pending UFA.
CBJ
    2.
    TBL
    1. Garland, Conor
    Additional Details:
    Talk about overkill. Even if he's lost to Seattle, or traded during the offseason, or offer-sheeted, I feel like the potential benefits outweigh the cost. Let's see what he can do on a line with Point and Kucherov instead of Dvorak and Fischer.
    ARI
      3.
      TBL
      1. Montour, Brandon
      Additional Details:
      A lesser, cheaper David Savard. He'd probably do a lot better away from Colin Miller.. or just Buffalo in general.
      BUF
        4.
        TBL
        1. Ryan, Derek
        Additional Details:
        If we can make the money work, Ryan could be a good bottom-6 depth piece. 57% on face-offs is not bad.
        CGY
          5.
          TBL
          1. Janmark, Mattias
          Additional Details:
          Could be a good insurance winger. With 45 playoff games under his belt, I feel like he'd be another good depth piece on the wing.
          CHI
            6.
            TBL
            1. Namestnikov, Vladislav
            Additional Details:
            A slightly cheaper Janmark. I doubt we'd break up Point and Kucherov just to reunite the Stamkov line but it'd be really nice to see Vladdy come home. He was a fan favorite during his time in Tampa and I'm sure he'd love to come back.
            DET
              Buyouts
              • Vincent Lecavalier: $0
              DRAFT YEARROUND 1ROUND 2ROUND 3ROUND 4ROUND 5ROUND 6ROUND 7
              2021
              TBL
              TBL
              TBL
              TBL
              TBL
              TBL
              NSH
              NJD
              2022
              TBL
              TBL
              TBL
              TBL
              TBL
              TBL
              2023
              TBL
              TBL
              TBL
              TBL
              TBL
              TBL
              TBL
              ANA
              ROSTER SIZESALARY CAPCAP HITOVERAGES BONUSESCAP SPACE
              27$81,500,000$92,504,166$0$500,000-$11,004,166
              Left WingCenterRight Wing
              TBL
              Killorn, Alex
              $4,450,000
              LW
              NTC
              UFA - 3
              TBL
              Stamkos, Steven
              $8,500,000
              RW, C, LW
              NMC
              UFA - 4
              TBL
              Palat, Ondrej
              $5,300,000
              LW, RW
              NTC
              UFA - 2
              TBL
              Coleman, Blake
              $1,800,000
              LW, RW
              UFA - 1
              TBL
              Point, Brayden
              $6,750,000
              C, RW
              UFA - 2
              TBL
              Johnson, Tyler
              $5,000,000
              RW, C
              NTC
              UFA - 4
              TBL
              Goodrow, Barclay
              $925,000
              LW, C, RW
              UFA - 1
              TBL
              Gourde, Yanni
              $5,166,666
              C, LW, RW
              NTC
              UFA - 5
              CGY
              Ryan, Derek
              $3,125,000
              C, RW
              UFA - 1
              TBL
              Maroon, Patrick
              $900,000
              LW, RW
              NTC
              UFA - 2
              TBL
              Cirelli, Anthony
              $4,800,000
              C
              RFA - 3
              DET
              Namestnikov, Vladislav
              $2,000,000
              RW, LW, C
              UFA - 2
              TBL
              Joseph, Mathieu
              $737,500
              C, LW, RW
              RFA - 2
              TBL
              Colton, Ross
              $700,000
              C
              RFA - 1
              ARI
              Garland, Conor
              $775,000
              LW, RW
              UFA - 1
              CHI
              Janmark, Mattias
              $562,500
              LW, C
              UFA - 1
              Left DefenseRight DefenseGoaltender
              TBL
              Hedman, Victor
              $7,875,000
              LD
              NMC
              UFA - 5
              TBL
              Cernak, Erik
              $2,950,000
              RD
              RFA - 3
              TBL
              Vasilevskiy, Andrei
              $9,500,000
              G
              UFA - 8
              TBL
              McDonagh, Ryan
              $6,750,000
              LD
              NTC
              UFA - 6
              TBL
              Rutta, Jan
              $1,300,000
              RD
              UFA - 2
              TBL
              McElhinney, Curtis
              $1,300,000
              G
              UFA - 1
              TBL
              Sergachev, Mikhail
              $4,800,000
              LD/RD
              RFA - 3
              TBL
              Foote, Cal
              $925,000
              RD
              RFA - 1
              TBL
              Borgman, Andreas
              $700,000
              LD
              UFA - 1
              CBJ
              Savard, David
              $1,062,500
              RD
              UFA - 1
              BUF
              Montour, Brandon
              $3,850,000
              LD/RD
              UFA - 1
              ScratchesInjured Reserve (IR)Long Term IR (LTIR)
              TBL
              Kucherov, Nikita
              $9,500,000
              RW
              NMC
              UFA - 7
              TBL
              Gáborík, Marián
              $4,875,000
              RW
              UFA - 1
              TBL
              Nilsson, Anders
              $2,600,000
              G
              UFA - 1
              TBL
              Stephens, Mitchell
              $737,500
              C
              RFA - 2
              Taxi Squad
              TBL
              Raddysh, Taylor
              $833,333 ($0)
              RW
              RFA - 1
              TBL
              Schenn, Luke
              $800,000 ($0)
              RD
              UFA - 1
              TBL
              Smith, Gemel
              $700,000 ($0)
              C
              UFA - 1
              TBL
              Gibson, Christopher
              $700,000 ($0)
              G
              UFA - 1

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              Oct. 11, 2021 at 10:36 a.m.
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              Always in Pain
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              Was Savard worth a first though
              Oct. 11, 2021 at 10:37 a.m.
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              Quoting: justaBoss
              Was Savard worth a first though


              a 2nd straight Stanley Cup was definitely worth a first
              Oct. 11, 2021 at 10:39 a.m.
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              Always in Pain
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              Quoting: Hedman77
              a 2nd straight Stanley Cup was definitely worth a first


              Agreed. Think it was an overpayment the moment the trade happened though, but if it brought them the cup, then it was obviously worth it.

              Although I'd be willing to bet TB would've won the cup without Savard too.
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              Oct. 11, 2021 at 10:54 a.m.
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              Quoting: justaBoss
              Agreed. Think it was an overpayment the moment the trade happened though, but if it brought them the cup, then it was obviously worth it.

              Although I'd be willing to bet TB would've won the cup without Savard too.


              I'd agree with you. I wonder how much of getting Savard was more about stopping him from going to someone else.
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              Oct. 11, 2021 at 11:33 a.m.
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              Savard might get signed by the Stanley Cup runner-up in July, but if Tampa can win back to back then it’s definitely worth the rental!
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              Oct. 11, 2021 at 4:30 p.m.
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              Quoting: justaBoss
              Agreed. Think it was an overpayment the moment the trade happened though, but if it brought them the cup, then it was obviously worth it.

              Although I'd be willing to bet TB would've won the cup without Savard too.


              We probably do win without Savard, since he only really made an impact in the MTL series, but having depth doesn't hurt at all. Better safe than sorry.

              Quoting: Rangsey
              I'd agree with you. I wonder how much of getting Savard was more about stopping him from going to someone else.

              I think this was GMJBB's reasoning. We did the same thing when we got Coleman - it was heavily rumored that Boston wanted him as well - and look how that turned out.
              It's not like we really need the 1st round picks anyways. We've got plenty of high-end talent, and as we see each season (such as today with Barre-Boulet going on waivers), there really isn't much room for prospects. Unless they're really good ones.

              Having a core of Point/Kucherov/Stamkos/Hedman/Vasilevskiy alone makes those 1st's expendable. Add in high-end complementary pieces like Cirelli, Palat, McDonagh, Sergachev and Cernak, and it'd be stupid to not use the 1st's as extra leverage in trade negotiations.
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