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Forsberg TDL Market

Created by: Mtnsurfer25
Initial Creation Date: Mar. 11, 2022
Published: Mar. 11, 2022
Team: 2021-22 Nashville Predators
Team Explanation
Just curious to see what kind of return Forsberg would return from a contending team if Poile decides to move on at TDL. Any CONSTRUCTIVE thoughts/criticism is welcomed!
Trades
1.
NSH
  1. Ruzicka, Adam
  2. 2023 1st round pick (CGY)
  3. 2022 2nd round pick (CGY)
CGY
    Forsberg
    2.
    NSH
    1. Jarvis, Seth
    CAR
      Forsberg
      3.
      NSH
      1. Jost, Tyson
      2. 2023 1st round pick (COL)
      COL
        Forsberg
        4.
        NSH
        1. Lafrenière, Alexis
        NYR
          Forsberg
          Buyouts
          • Kyle Turris: $2,000,000
          • Steven Santini: $275,000
          Buried
          • Rocco Grimaldi: $875,000 ($2,000,000)
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          2022
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          2023
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          2024
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          ROSTER SIZESALARY CAPCAP HITOVERAGES TooltipBONUSESCAP SPACE
          27$81,500,000$75,308,642$0$3,365,000$6,191,358
          Left WingCenterRight Wing
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          Forsberg, Filip
          $6,000,000
          LW
          UFA - 1
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          Johansen, Ryan
          $8,000,000
          C, RW
          UFA - 4
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          Sissons, Colton
          $2,857,143
          RW, C
          UFA - 5
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          Cousins, Nick
          $1,500,000
          LW, C
          UFA - 1
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          Duchene, Matt
          $8,000,000
          C, LW, RW
          UFA - 5
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          Kunin, Luke
          $2,300,000
          RW, C
          RFA - 1
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          Tolvanen, Eeli
          $1,450,000
          LW
          RFA - 3
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          Granlund, Mikael
          $5,000,000
          C, RW
          UFA - 4
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          Tomasino, Philip
          $863,333
          RW, C
          RFA - 3
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          Jeannot, Tanner
          $800,000
          LW, RW
          RFA - 2
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          Ruzicka, Adam
          $801,666
          C, RW
          RFA - 1
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          Luff, Matt
          $750,000
          RW
          RFA - 1
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          Trenin, Yakov
          $725,000
          LW, C
          UFA - 1
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          Jost, Tyson
          $2,000,000
          C, LW, RW
          RFA - 2
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          McCarron, Michael
          $750,000
          RW, C
          UFA - 2
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          Lafrenière, Alexis
          $925,000
          LW, RW
          RFA - 2
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          Jarvis, Seth
          $894,167
          RW
          RFA - 3
          Left DefenseRight DefenseGoaltender
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          Josi, Roman
          $9,059,000
          LD
          NMC
          UFA - 7
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          Myers, Philippe
          $2,550,000
          RD
          RFA - 2
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          Saros, Juuse
          $5,000,000
          G
          UFA - 4
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          Ekholm, Mattias
          $3,750,000
          LD
          UFA - 1
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          Fabbro, Dante
          $2,400,000
          RD
          RFA - 2
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          Rittich, David
          $1,250,000
          G
          UFA - 1
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          Borowiecki, Mark
          $2,000,000
          LD
          UFA - 1
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          Benning, Matthew
          $1,000,000
          RD
          UFA - 1
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          Harpur, Ben
          $800,000
          LD
          UFA - 1
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          Carrier, Alexandre
          $733,333
          RD
          RFA - 2

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          Mar. 11 at 6:13 p.m.
          #1
          Your deal is bad
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          I wouldn't give up Jarivs for Forsberg with an extension. The Canes need the cheap scoring that Jarvis provides with the upcoming cap situation
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          Mar. 11 at 6:15 p.m.
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          Quoting: OnlyBadDeals
          I wouldn't give up Jarivs for Forsberg with an extension. The Canes need the cheap scoring that Jarvis provides


          Understand, I would think if Poile was wanting to move him, he would want either a 1st rounder or promising prospect. Thanks for feedback!
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          Mar. 11 at 6:24 p.m.
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          Lets Get Kraken
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          Unless Forsberg is signing an extremely team friendly 3milx6 extension, Canes really wouldn’t be able to afford him outside of being a pure rental. So giving up Jarvis would be a very big no go. I would offer a package of Gunler, Ponomarev, Bokk and 2023 2nd round pick for Forsberg half retained at the deadline. I don’t think any team takes those offers, but Calgary or Colorado would be the most likely of these unlikely trades.
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          Mar. 11 at 6:34 p.m.
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          Flames can't afford him without similar salary going back. We have 800k cap space
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          Mar. 11 at 6:36 p.m.
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          Avs would have to give up more for forsberg, not one of their top prospects but they probably add in a ranta or Kaut or be competitive value wise. The typical 1st, young nhler and prospect rental price
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          Mar. 11 at 7:07 p.m.
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          Laf is untouchable, but just playing along, the Preds would have to add to the deal to get it done.
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          Mar. 11 at 7:44 p.m.
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          Quoting: Bbousa
          Laf is untouchable, but just playing along, the Preds would have to add to the deal to get it done.


          Just curious, but what makes him untouchable? I understand hes a former 1st round pick but doesn't seem like he's putting up phenomenal numbers. Admittingly, I've only watched a few Rags games this year so I really don't know much about him or how he compliments Kreider/Breadman. Thanks for feedback!
          Mar. 12 at 1:02 a.m.
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          Its a buyers market and a lot would depend on what happens with Giroux and Hertl. There are only a small handful of teams that will trade their 1st rounders and even fewer who need a winger as opposed to defense or center.

          You wouldn't be getting either Jarvis or Laf. A 1st rounder give or take a little is probably a fair expectation depending on how things shake out
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