Jan 3, 2018
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Tjm220</b></div><div>If he’s so great why would the Ducks trade him? It’s not like you’re swimming in center depth. Kesler and Backes are both done, Getzlaf is getting close. Rackell is good, but some people think he’s a winger.</div></div>
The ducks C depth for 20-21, Getzlaf, Henrique, Steel, Zegras, Backes, Lundestrom, Aggozino, Rowney, BOG. They have plenty of bodies at C.
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>RobbStark03</b></div><div>Dadonov is a 31 year old UFA RW/LW. 2017-18 0.87 PPG, 2018-19 0.85 PPG, 2019-20 0.68 PPG.
Domi is a 25 year old RFA C/LW. 2017-18 0.54 PPG, 2018-19 0.87 PPG, 2019-20 0.61 PPG.
Again, 6 years younger, different contract status, different positions, Dadonov trending down. The only reason you choose 3 years instead of 4-5 years is because Dadonov bolted to the KHL. Montreal and Buffalo's goals are different. IT is a bad comparison.
Buffalo could sign Domi to 7 years, and maintain 7 years of control in the deal. He can also contribute his prime years to Buffalo. "Nobody gives a crap what Buffalo fans want" is probably the dumbest thing you've said. Their team hasn't made the playoffs in 9 years, and don't show signs of ending that if they stay the course. Skinner is getting older and Miller and Johansson aren't key players. They have been doing "whats best for the team" for years and nothing has changed.
That being said, Domi is awesome and I would gladly not trade him, but if you are going to argue, make good comparisons, this isn't it.</div></div>
You’re one and only argument that Domi is worth #8 is that BUF is bad and they should want Domi.