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Forum: Armchair-GMNov 3, 2017 at 7:39
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Forum: Armchair-GMJan 30, 2017 at 10:17
Let Me know what you guys think
OTT - COL Scenario: Turris & Ceci = Duchene, White, Lazar, Chlapik 1st = Landeskog. I believe this deal will help Colorado in the beginning stages of it's rebuild, Colorado gets 3 players that can come onto the roster and provide offense right away in Turris, Ceci, and Lazar, and 2 future players including a 1st rounder. Ottawa gets 2 elite players that have been struggling but with a change of scenery can instantly help Ottawa fight and stay in a playoff spot in Duchene and Landeskog.
OTT - MTL Scenario: Montreal Wants a top 2 Center who can help them continue and fight to stay on top of the Atlantic division standings and Duchene would be the perfect player for Montreal of course being in the same Division as Ottawa the price would be hefty and i believe Bergevin will do whatever he can to pry Duchene from Ottawa and this would hopefully and probably be the trade that lands Montreal Duchene.
OTT - EDM Scenario: Pierre Dorion will want to get rid of Plekanec and find another No. 1 Center, in my mind Edmonton would be the perfect place to make a trade with Draisaitl and Mcdavid looking like the future Top 2 Centermen in Edmonton Nugent-Hopkins time in Edmonton could be coming to a close as he would want to play for a team that that would give him the No.1 Center Role Ottawa would be a perfect place for him and in my mind this would be perfect for both teams as Edmonton would receive a perfect 3rd line Center in Plekanec whose play is starting to diminish as the years go by, a Right Handed Defensive Prospect and a good one in Juulsen, and a good back for Cam Talbot in Mike Condon. Ottawa would receive their No.1 Centerman in Nugent Hopkins
OTT - WPG Scenario: Ottawa will want to push hard to knock Montreal off the top of the Atlantic Division Standings getting a top 9 forward would definitely help to try and accomplish that, Drew Stafford is on the last year of his contract and would be an intriguing player to pick up for the Senators Ottawa would have to give something that would pry Stafford away from the Jets a 2nd round Draft pick in either 2017 or 2018 might be enough to make a deal happen.