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(CHI/BUF) - Subban for future considerations

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Dec. 2, 2021 at 2:00 p.m.
#1
Trade confirmed: Buffalo Sabres - Chicago Blackhawks
Trade Details
Buffalo Sabres Acquire:
Buffalo Sabres
Malcolm Subban · $0$850,000$950,000 (AHL/JR)
Sum: $0$850,000$950,000
Change: $0
Change: +$850,000
Change: +$950,000
Chicago Blackhawks Acquire:
Chicago Blackhawks
Future Considerations
Sum: $0$0$0
Change: $0
Change: -$850,000
Change: -$950,000
Dec. 2, 2021 at 2:05 p.m.
#2
I like losing in ot
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Great trade. Also I believe there is a circle for goalies between the knights, sabres and hawks. Example Robin and now Malcom
Dec. 2, 2021 at 2:06 p.m.
#3
exo2769
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I'm happy for both sides
Dec. 2, 2021 at 2:06 p.m.
#4
Pain for Shane
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Cool but how does this affect the Leafs?
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Dec. 2, 2021 at 2:07 p.m.
#5
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this is gonna change the whole franchise
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Dec. 2, 2021 at 2:08 p.m.
#6
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Sabres for the cup, subban for the vezina
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Dec. 2, 2021 at 2:13 p.m.
#7
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Subban wins as he gets away from the atomic crater known as the Blackhawks organization.
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Dec. 2, 2021 at 2:22 p.m.
#8
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Quoting: AndrewLadd
Cool but how does this affect the Leafs?


Subban was originally acquired by the Blackhawks through a previous trade, which saw Robin Lehner being traded from Chicago to Vegas, in exchange for the aforementioned Subban, a 2020 second round pick (which was used by Chicago to select goaltender Drew Commesso), and Stanislav Demin, a left wing prospect currently playing for the University of Massachusetts in NCAA.

Toronto's role in this trade was acquiring Lehner from Chicago with his contract 50% retained, and subsequently trading him to Vegas at 50% retained, allowing Vegas to have the player on their roster for only 25% of his original cap hit. Toronto also sent right wing prospect Martins Dzierkals to Vegas, who is currently playing for HC Plzen in Czech Extraliga. For Toronto's retention, Vegas sent them a 2025 5th round pick.

Toronto would later use this pick in a trade with the Florida Panthers, wherein they traded it, along with a 2020 7th pick, to acquire Florida's 5th round pick to draft forward Dmitri Ovchinnikov, who currently splits games between the KHL and MHL in Russia. Florida would use the 5th round pick they received to draft defenseman Kasper Puutio, currently in Liiga. Florida used the 7th round pick they received to draft goaltender Devon Levi, who currently plays in NCAA and has been notable for his performance in the 2020 World Juniors, wherein he won gold with Canada.

Devon Levi is currently with Sabre, as he was apart of a trade which saw him and a conditional 2022 1st round pick being traded to Buffalo by Florida, in exchange for forward Sam Reinhart.

Malcolm Subban will likely be the Buffalo Sabres backup for the foreseeable future, as Aaron Dell has proved ineffective for the role with Craig Anderson unavailable and Dustin Tokarski retaining the starter position. As Toronto is currently higher in the standings than Buffalo, it is unlikely Subban will see game time against the Maple Leafs, unless circumstances closer to the dates of their upcoming games (the next closest being March 2nd), render other goaltending options unavailable, or his performance whilst on the Sabres deems him a suitable starter for the game.

In short, you asked.
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Dec. 2, 2021 at 2:41 p.m.
#9
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Quoting: mondo
Subban was originally acquired by the Blackhawks through a previous trade, which saw Robin Lehner being traded from Chicago to Vegas, in exchange for the aforementioned Subban, a 2020 second round pick (which was used by Chicago to select goaltender Drew Commesso), and Stanislav Demin, a left wing prospect currently playing for the University of Massachusetts in NCAA.

Toronto's role in this trade was acquiring Lehner from Chicago with his contract 50% retained, and subsequently trading him to Vegas at 50% retained, allowing Vegas to have the player on their roster for only 25% of his original cap hit. Toronto also sent right wing prospect Martins Dzierkals to Vegas, who is currently playing for HC Plzen in Czech Extraliga. For Toronto's retention, Vegas sent them a 2025 5th round pick.

Toronto would later use this pick in a trade with the Florida Panthers, wherein they traded it, along with a 2020 7th pick, to acquire Florida's 5th round pick to draft forward Dmitri Ovchinnikov, who currently splits games between the KHL and MHL in Russia. Florida would use the 5th round pick they received to draft defenseman Kasper Puutio, currently in Liiga. Florida used the 7th round pick they received to draft goaltender Devon Levi, who currently plays in NCAA and has been notable for his performance in the 2020 World Juniors, wherein he won gold with Canada.

Devon Levi is currently with Sabre, as he was apart of a trade which saw him and a conditional 2022 1st round pick being traded to Buffalo by Florida, in exchange for forward Sam Reinhart.

Malcolm Subban will likely be the Buffalo Sabres backup for the foreseeable future, as Aaron Dell has proved ineffective for the role with Craig Anderson unavailable and Dustin Tokarski retaining the starter position. As Toronto is currently higher in the standings than Buffalo, it is unlikely Subban will see game time against the Maple Leafs, unless circumstances closer to the dates of their upcoming games (the next closest being March 2nd), render other goaltending options unavailable, or his performance whilst on the Sabres deems him a suitable starter for the game.

In short, you asked.


Lmao
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Dec. 2, 2021 at 2:54 p.m.
#10
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Future considerations.

AKA Diddly Squat

Buffalo Wins.
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Dec. 2, 2021 at 2:55 p.m.
#11
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Quoting: mondo
Subban was originally acquired by the Blackhawks through a previous trade, which saw Robin Lehner being traded from Chicago to Vegas, in exchange for the aforementioned Subban, a 2020 second round pick (which was used by Chicago to select goaltender Drew Commesso), and Stanislav Demin, a left wing prospect currently playing for the University of Massachusetts in NCAA.

Toronto's role in this trade was acquiring Lehner from Chicago with his contract 50% retained, and subsequently trading him to Vegas at 50% retained, allowing Vegas to have the player on their roster for only 25% of his original cap hit. Toronto also sent right wing prospect Martins Dzierkals to Vegas, who is currently playing for HC Plzen in Czech Extraliga. For Toronto's retention, Vegas sent them a 2025 5th round pick.

Toronto would later use this pick in a trade with the Florida Panthers, wherein they traded it, along with a 2020 7th pick, to acquire Florida's 5th round pick to draft forward Dmitri Ovchinnikov, who currently splits games between the KHL and MHL in Russia. Florida would use the 5th round pick they received to draft defenseman Kasper Puutio, currently in Liiga. Florida used the 7th round pick they received to draft goaltender Devon Levi, who currently plays in NCAA and has been notable for his performance in the 2020 World Juniors, wherein he won gold with Canada.

Devon Levi is currently with Sabre, as he was apart of a trade which saw him and a conditional 2022 1st round pick being traded to Buffalo by Florida, in exchange for forward Sam Reinhart.

Malcolm Subban will likely be the Buffalo Sabres backup for the foreseeable future, as Aaron Dell has proved ineffective for the role with Craig Anderson unavailable and Dustin Tokarski retaining the starter position. As Toronto is currently higher in the standings than Buffalo, it is unlikely Subban will see game time against the Maple Leafs, unless circumstances closer to the dates of their upcoming games (the next closest being March 2nd), render other goaltending options unavailable, or his performance whilst on the Sabres deems him a suitable starter for the game.

In short, you asked.


This made my lunch break lol
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Dec. 2, 2021 at 3:03 p.m.
#12
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Future Considerations can't keep a team longer than 5 minutes, it seems. A real shame: a player of his talents would be of great use to a team that understands his worth.
Dec. 2, 2021 at 3:04 p.m.
#13
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Quoting: mondo
Subban was originally acquired by the Blackhawks through a previous trade, which saw Robin Lehner being traded from Chicago to Vegas, in exchange for the aforementioned Subban, a 2020 second round pick (which was used by Chicago to select goaltender Drew Commesso), and Stanislav Demin, a left wing prospect currently playing for the University of Massachusetts in NCAA.

Toronto's role in this trade was acquiring Lehner from Chicago with his contract 50% retained, and subsequently trading him to Vegas at 50% retained, allowing Vegas to have the player on their roster for only 25% of his original cap hit. Toronto also sent right wing prospect Martins Dzierkals to Vegas, who is currently playing for HC Plzen in Czech Extraliga. For Toronto's retention, Vegas sent them a 2025 5th round pick.

Toronto would later use this pick in a trade with the Florida Panthers, wherein they traded it, along with a 2020 7th pick, to acquire Florida's 5th round pick to draft forward Dmitri Ovchinnikov, who currently splits games between the KHL and MHL in Russia. Florida would use the 5th round pick they received to draft defenseman Kasper Puutio, currently in Liiga. Florida used the 7th round pick they received to draft goaltender Devon Levi, who currently plays in NCAA and has been notable for his performance in the 2020 World Juniors, wherein he won gold with Canada.

Devon Levi is currently with Sabre, as he was apart of a trade which saw him and a conditional 2022 1st round pick being traded to Buffalo by Florida, in exchange for forward Sam Reinhart.

Malcolm Subban will likely be the Buffalo Sabres backup for the foreseeable future, as Aaron Dell has proved ineffective for the role with Craig Anderson unavailable and Dustin Tokarski retaining the starter position. As Toronto is currently higher in the standings than Buffalo, it is unlikely Subban will see game time against the Maple Leafs, unless circumstances closer to the dates of their upcoming games (the next closest being March 2nd), render other goaltending options unavailable, or his performance whilst on the Sabres deems him a suitable starter for the game.

In short, you asked.


I wish I had that kind of free time
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Dec. 2, 2021 at 3:19 p.m.
#14
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Quoting: AndrewLadd
Cool but how does this affect the Leafs?


They play in the same division. So if Subban turn into a Vezina trophy caliber (wink wink) they may detrone the Leafs in the division (again wink wink) and then another first round exit.
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Dec. 2, 2021 at 3:25 p.m.
#15
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Quoting: AndrewLadd
I wish I had that kind of free time


sorry for being cursed with knowledge
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Dec. 2, 2021 at 3:27 p.m.
#16
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Quoting: NoVaSpartan
Subban wins as he gets away from the atomic crater known as the Blackhawks organization.


Hey guys, I need some help carrying out these 6 Stanley Cups I found at the bottom of this atomic crater.
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Dec. 2, 2021 at 3:31 p.m.
#17
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I'd rather the contract spot

Chicago wins
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Dec. 2, 2021 at 3:37 p.m.
#18
Hakuna Matata
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Man this Future Considerations guy has gotten popular these days.
Dec. 2, 2021 at 3:43 p.m.
#19
Stop Samsonov Hate
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Quoting: HiddenValley
Hey guys, I need some help carrying out these 6 Stanley Cups I found at the bottom of this atomic crater.


Hey, enjoy those cups, but I wouldn’t want to be in an organization trying to recover from the last few months events.
Dec. 2, 2021 at 3:46 p.m.
#20
I like losing in ot
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Quoting: NoVaSpartan
Hey, enjoy those cups, but I wouldn’t want to be in an organization trying to recover from the last few months events.


Nice burn
Dec. 2, 2021 at 3:53 p.m.
#21
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This seems okay.
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Dec. 2, 2021 at 4:31 p.m.
#22
Nah.
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Quoting: NoVaSpartan
Hey, enjoy those cups, but I wouldn’t want to be in an organization trying to recover from the last few months events.


They already cancelled the Hossa celebration event. I have to imagine every official mention/ celebration of the Quenneville era cups is going to be...uncomfortable.

At least they got the 1934 cup.
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Dec. 2, 2021 at 5:58 p.m.
#23
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"Future Considerations" seems to be well-known and wanted. You'd have to be if you were in each of the last 4 trades. Lol
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Dec. 2, 2021 at 7:10 p.m.
#24
why r u so pissy
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I don't understand they couldn't get at least like a 6th for him
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Dec. 3, 2021 at 6:51 a.m.
#25
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Do we ever find out who and what the future considerations are? Like does the GM just call up the other GM and is like “I’m calling in a favor. I’m gonna need that 7th round pick.”
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