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Mar. 19, 2019
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Penguins_Legend_Sheary</b></div><div>Thoughts?</div></div>
You aren’t supposed to do that. Also, Chicago, and New York say no. I personally don’t care if you tag me, but you are not allowed to multi quote. I don’t want to be a snitch, so I will not report you to the admins, but in one of your posts, a admin did say that you can’t do it, and it’s against the rules.
Lafreniere is better than Holloway right now, and probably will be in the future. Also, Holloway is a left shot center, but will probably be a winger in the NHL, so I don’t see why the Rangers would want him, when they have Lafreniere. Strome is not doing well, but I say they hold onto him, unless they get a good offer. Turris for Strome, is not good for them. I just don’t see those trades happening.
I don’t see New Jersey doing that. They just drafted Luke Hughes, Jack Hughes is turning into a good player. And they like him! Myers is a cap dump, Pearson is okay, but Vancouver just signed him. Woo, DiPietro are both good, but with Hamilton, Severson on the right, and Blackwood as their goalie, they wouldn’t want them. The picks would be great, as the 2022 ones could be top 5 picks, but that doesn’t make up for two Hughes brothers. And like Gmonwy said, Buffalo doesn’t do it, so you would have to take that first out of the trade. Also…. New Jersey wouldn’t be able to do Hughes to Hughes, to Hughes to Hughes, the fourth Hughes shoots then scores! Good luck commentators haha! For Alexis Lafreniere, I think New York would what Martin Necas. Yes I know Carolina wouldn’t do it then, and Necas is better, but Necas is older, has been in the league for way more years, and Necas gets more minutes a night (16:45) to Lafreniere (13:31). Necas is a good right winger that is, and will be an absolute beast in the NHL! His best season is 41 points in 53 games played. He is a good right shot player, with a good 2-way game. He is 22, and Lafreniere is 20. He plays more minutes, and with better players. First rounders are weird right in their first period, as Kappo Kakko, and Jack Hughes had bad seasons when they first came over. I believe Lafreniere will still be a good player in the NHL given the chance. The Rangers have never been good in developing prospects, especially forward prospects. And with only good player Kakko on the Rangers right side, they could use Necas. With Lafreniere gone, they can put Barclay Goodrow on the third line spot where Lafreniere was. Of course the Rangers would have to add, as Necas is already proven, even though he plays more minutes, plays with better players, and is two years older. This benefits Carolina too, because they can let Niederreiter walk, or sign him and place him on the third line, and give Lafreniere a legitimate chance in the NHL on a good team! The Rangers would probably have to add a first round pick. With Necas helping their top 6, this shouldn’t be a top 10 pick, because he would help them more than Lafreniere with this season, in a position of need. I think it’s definitely an interesting concept, and I would like to know if either team does this. I doubt Carolina does it, as they love Necas, but you never know. The trade:
2022 first round pick (NYR)