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Dallas is not making these trades

Created by: WallStreet83
Initial Creation Date: Jun. 26, 2022
Published: Jun. 26, 2022
Team: 2022-23 Dallas Stars
Trades
1.
DAL
  1. Petry, Jeff
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He's 34, has 3 (!) years left and a cap hit of $6.25m. Why would Dallas want him (especially for assets)?
MTL
    2.
    DAL
    1. Burns, Brent
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    He's 37!!! $8m for 3 more years. I don't care if he's still useful we have Suter, we don't need any more senior citizens.
    SJS
      3.
      DAL
      1. Zucker, Jason
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      We've got enough bad contracts thank you very much.
      PIT
        4.
        DAL
        1. Holl, Justin
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        The best of the bunch but Dallas needs a better RHD.
        TOR
          5.
          DAL
          1. Barrie, Tyson
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          Klingberg appears to be gone so if we could get Barrie on the cheap I'd be OK with it but Dallas would be foolish to trade anything more than a 3rd.
          EDM
            6.
            DAL
            1. Hronek, Filip
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            THIS IS THE GUY THEY SHOULD GO AFTER.
            DET
              7.
              DAL
              1. Lundkvist, Nils
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              Here is another guy they should target.
              NYR
                Buyouts
                • Ryan Suter: $1,050,000
                Buried
                • Anton Khudobin: $2,208,333 ($3,333,333)
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                2023
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                2024
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                ROSTER SIZESALARY CAPCAP HITOVERAGES TooltipBONUSESCAP SPACE
                22$82,500,000$82,944,166$675,000$1,857,500-$444,166
                Left WingCenterRight Wing
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                Benn, Jamie
                $9,500,000
                LW, C
                NMC
                UFA - 3
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                Seguin, Tyler
                $9,850,000
                C, RW
                NMC
                UFA - 5
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                Pavelski, Joe
                $5,500,000
                RW, C
                NMC
                UFA - 1
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                Kiviranta, Joel
                $1,050,000
                LW, RW
                UFA - 1
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                Faksa, Radek
                $3,250,000
                C
                NTC
                UFA - 3
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                Gurianov, Denis
                $2,900,000
                RW, LW
                RFA - 1
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                Peterson, Jacob
                $842,500
                LW, C
                RFA - 1
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                Hintz, Roope
                $3,150,000
                C, LW
                RFA - 1
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                Olofsson, Fredrik
                $750,000
                LW
                UFA - 1
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                Glendening, Luke
                $1,500,000
                C, RW, LW
                UFA - 1
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                Kero, Tanner
                $750,000
                C, LW
                UFA - 1
                Left DefenseRight DefenseGoaltender
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                Heiskanen, Miro
                $8,450,000
                LD/RD
                UFA - 7
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                Hronek, Filip
                $4,400,000
                RD
                RFA - 2
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                Lindell, Esa
                $5,800,000
                LD
                NMC
                UFA - 3
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                Lundkvist, Nils
                $925,000
                RD
                RFA - 2
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                Harley, Thomas
                $863,333
                LD
                RFA - 2
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                Hakanpää, Jani
                $1,500,000
                RD
                UFA - 2
                ScratchesInjured Reserve (IR)Long Term IR (LTIR)
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                Hanley, Joel
                $750,000
                LD/RD
                UFA - 1
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                Petry, Jeff
                $6,250,000
                RD
                NMC NTC
                UFA - 3
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                Barrie, Tyson
                $4,500,000
                RD
                UFA - 2
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                Holl, Justin
                $2,000,000
                RD
                NTC
                UFA - 1
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                Burns, Brent
                $5,280,000
                RD
                NTC
                UFA - 3
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                Zucker, Jason
                $5,500,000
                LW, RW
                NTC
                UFA - 1

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                Jun. 26 at 12:46 p.m.
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                i understand that they are not really attractive option. i think most team would rather a good young player instead of an older one with more cap hit. but chances are one team might trade for some of these players and it might be dallas, like they'll have to go somwhere. chances are most stay with their current team. we'll see!
                Jun. 26 at 12:46 p.m.
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                Mikail Sergachev?
                Jun. 26 at 12:59 p.m.
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                To be fair every Burns trade I’ve seen on this site has him at least retained and/or cap going back to San Jose. And burns is better than suter
                Jun. 26 at 1:23 p.m.
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                4th for holl
                Jun. 26 at 1:32 p.m.
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                We Dont Want Barrie
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                If San Jose is willing to eat $2-3M on Burns, it’s not an automatic “no” from Dallas (depends on what they want in return too)

                I’ve said all along, if the Habs are willing to make a deal NOT involving Bourque, Stankoven, Johnston, or a 1st then there MIGHT be something there, but simply put Petry isn’t worth any of the assets listed above, even with retention.

                Holl I’d be okay with as a #3 RD. He’d be very cheap too

                Barrie isn’t an ideal top-4 at all, but he’d be cheap.

                Hronek’s likely going to cost more than I’d want to pay, but I’m at least asking Detroit what he costs

                Lundkvist is a fine option, but isn’t quite ready to jump into the lineup full time yet. He’s a good long-term choice for Dallas, but doesn’t provide much in the short term.
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                Jun. 26 at 1:44 p.m.
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                First NY Then LA
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                If you think that the Montreal guys will pay any attention, I have a Bridge in Brooklyn to sell you.
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                Jun. 26 at 4:35 p.m.
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                Unfortunately you arent the gm. I would put money on one of these guys joining your team
                Jun. 26 at 6:21 p.m.
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                Quoting: drambui
                i understand that they are not really attractive option. i think most team would rather a good young player instead of an older one with more cap hit. but chances are one team might trade for some of these players and it might be dallas, like they'll have to go somwhere. chances are most stay with their current team. we'll see!


                I could understand a contending team making a trade for these guys but Dallas is barely a playoff team. They need to get younger.
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                Jun. 26 at 6:43 p.m.
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                Dallas just hired DeBoer. that is not a get younger/rebuild move. Deboer is terrible with young players. this is a win the cup in the next 2 yrs move so more bad trade for Dallas for older players is coming.
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                Jun. 26 at 8:06 p.m.
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                I’m with you.

                Hronek is my first choice.
                Lundkvist for depth.
                Barrie is a maybe if the ask is low.

                With Seider in Detroit and an inquiry on Petry, you’d have to think Hronek is out. I could be wrong, but I believe Hronek’s name floated around in the rumor mill this past season or the year before.
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                Jun. 28 at 1:01 p.m.
                #11
                No Kane trade
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                Quoting: vols94
                Dallas just hired DeBoer. that is not a get younger/rebuild move. Deboer is terrible with young players. this is a win the cup in the next 2 yrs move so more bad trade for Dallas for older players is coming.



                There’s still the option of do nothing and just playing Hanley on the right 3rd pair with Harley and play Hakanpaa with Lindell so he’s less of a liability. or get a low compensation trade RHD like Holl.

                I remember when Nill did nothing at the deadline and people lost their minds over the “I like where we’re at” quote. And again in 21 when he tried to sell picking up Vatanen off of waivers as an acquisition. Now that we finally have some good prospects and drafting they’re going to throw it away for a slightly less mediocre team.... So they should be careful what they wish for.
                Jun. 29 at 2:42 a.m.
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                Quoting: g0rd0l0c0
                There’s still the option of do nothing and just playing Hanley on the right 3rd pair with Harley and play Hakanpaa with Lindell so he’s less of a liability. or get a low compensation trade RHD like Holl.

                I remember when Nill did nothing at the deadline and people lost their minds over the “I like where we’re at” quote. And again in 21 when he tried to sell picking up Vatanen off of waivers as an acquisition. Now that we finally have some good prospects and drafting they’re going to throw it away for a slightly less mediocre team.... So they should be careful what they wish for.


                Pete DeBoer and rookies. not a match made in heaven
                Jul. 1 at 12:44 p.m.
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                No Kane trade
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                Quoting: vols94
                Pete DeBoer and rookies. not a match made in heaven


                Hague and Whitecloud established themselves in the NHL during DeBoer. I take every popular “this guy can’t develop players” or “this guy is a coach killer” type argument with a grain of salt.
                 
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