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Jun 4, 2018
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Hammerwise</b></div><div>Dumba slightly younger and more well rounded, a RD whoi can play top 2 pairings, which Philly lacks.
Ghost has played solid since return from COVID and is over the injuries of the past 2 yrs, BUT, he is a risky proposition to return to the 60+ PT form he had 2 yrs back, therefore the low 1st rounder and one of the best forward prospects around is included. Frost looks so good, but in Philly hes buried by the depth (youngsters Lindblom, Farabee, Patrick and vets Hayes, Coots, Giroux, JVR, Voracek are all top 6 guys). Frost has top 6 offensive talent, but like a lot of guys out of juniors, not a solid defensive game.
He is Philly's 13th forward, but with JVR, Lindblom and Patrick all playing so well, Frost is on the outside looking in.</div></div>
Ah ok that makes sense. Thanks for the response
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>tkecanuck341</b></div><div>It's apparent that you don't know much about the Kings.
The Kings will only move Carter if they get a center back in return. Kempe is absolutely terrible at faceoffs (we're talking 30% win rate), and there's not a lot of help further down the lineup. Kopitar took 3x more faceoffs than anyone else on the team last season while Carter was out with injury.
Brodin might be a slight upgrade over Muzzin, but this trade doesn't solve any of the Kings problems. They essentially are looking to solve two problems:
1. When Doughty's extension kicks in and extensions are given to Iafallo and Kempe next season, even with no roster moves and a moderate cap increase, the Kings will be over the cap by more than $2 million. They need to offload some salary to fit.
2. After Doughty, the Kings don't have a top-four RHD.
They'd be willing to move Pearson, Toffoli, Muzzin, and/or Martinez in order to solve these two problems, but they're not dissatisfied with any of these players. The trade you suggest adds over $2M to the Kings cap, further compounding problem #1, and Brodin is a LHD, meaning he doesn't solve problem #2.
There's absolutely no reason for the Kings to make this trade.
Don't get me started on your lineup decisions. This is a much worse team than the Kings iced last year.</div></div>
First of all this team is in a GM league (basically a bunch of people being the GMs of the NHL)
2nd, my cap space is horrible rn but when I'm aloud to make trades again I'm losing Brown and I get 4 Mil in cap space and I can play my best roster then