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Jan 23, 2019
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Lenny7</b></div><div>Hello friend, welcome to Earth, a planet that doesn't revolve around one singular team, where you aren't limited to only receiving offers from one team. It's pretty simple-Why would a team sell off a star player if they weren't selling? (They wouldn't). If they were selling, why would a team trade their star player for a pending UFA, a good prospect, and a bottom 6 forward?
There are a ton of teams that would blow this offer out of the water if Huberdeau was put on the block.</div></div>
Just like Mike Hoffman - Huberdeau eats minutes and isn't nearly the player his stat-line reflects, similarly to Tatar tbh. The reality is that Romanov, who was the best defensemen in two consecutive world juniors, projects to be worth more than his weight in Gold on a rookie contract in a flat cap world. He ALONE is worth more than Huberdeau, let alone replacing almost all of Huberdeau's production with Tatar AND then adding a very serviceable NHLer in Lehknonen who is actually quite the possession beast but can't finish. I repeat, horrible trade.
People who think this is a fair offer must think Huberdeau would return Makar in a 1x1 - that is the equivalence of how ridiculously I view this offer.