Jul. 11, 2020
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>oliver_wahlstrom</b></div><div>Look, Yzerman is quite smart and I do not think he would sell low and given the fact that he was able to hit on so many players like Point, Kuch, Cirelli, Czernak, Seider, etc, I don't think he will move someone like Zadina. That said, if he were to be moved I would want him. I think that a player like Brannstrom for Zadina with some other pick swaps in there is far more likely.</div></div>
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>oliver_wahlstrom</b></div><div>LMFAOOOO Zadina aint a prospect anymore first of all. Matheson and Pettersson arent going for nothing. this aint NHL franchise mode lol. And you have 2 defenseman. Seider and Edivinsson. And I am by no means calling Edvinsson a bust and he will not be, but he isnt a #1 guy. He is more likely a low level 2 or really great 3. Hronek is fine. Thats truly it. There is a need for depth and a #4. Zadina is not needed. And he is way worse than wahlstrom lmfao</div></div>
Take a look at Under 21 defensive scoring in the SHL.
Spoiler, numbers 1,2 and 3 were drafted by Detroit in the last few years.
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Hockyluv21</b></div><div>I feel like every elite farm is in need of a top center prospect outside of the LA Kings. You're probably going to get that with your next high pick, not from a Nick Leddy trade, JS!</div></div>
Oh yeah, the most likely chance is from the Detroit pick, but another pick in the late first buys you another kick at the can. Detroit as a fan base, and honestly, debatably as an organisation has a chip on their shoulder about the draft lottery, and I think as a result is becoming more supportive of taking swings on higher risk higher upside players. See Buium, Cossa, Wallinder, Niederbach etc.