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Feb 10, 2020
Detroit Red Wings
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>aedoran</b></div><div>Maybe about a month ago before Burke went to Pittsburgh on HIC they were discussing players demanding trades that haven't done much to make themselves tradable. Burke went on about Bennett work ethic and how he really like Bennett and recently the rumors have Bennett going to Pittsburgh. But they are just rumors and I could be wrong about Bennett going to Pittsburgh.</div></div>
It's just another wrinkle in this weird trade deadline coming up! With Burke and Hextall in Pittsburg, Sutter in Calgary, NY Islanders injuries, Philly kind of falling apart, Buffalo actually falling apart, no teams playing outside of their division, COVID scares, Injuries, short season, revenue being down,, flat cap, just so many things going on it's crazy to try and keep track of them. It's gonna be a weird one.
Bennett to Pitts would make a lot of sense, not sure what they can offer that will top other teams, I sure don't think my offer was all that great. Mostly think it's the kind of move Sutter would like. I think every team in the North division needs an upgrade, boost, or additional depth on defense. I figure Staal or Nemeth are quality candidates to fit that, Brome might be a nice addition for a team looking for some quickness and decent defensive responsibility, I also think he has a lot of potential to get on the score sheet on a decent fourth line. But, that's all dependent on a team being really high on him. Not sure if that's out there. I just thought it was an interesting trade.
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>ArakinSkywalker</b></div><div>Yeah im pretty sure that's zads value, i don't know much about glendening and where he would fit into the lineup though[/quote
Yeah, I do think it's a good trade.
To me, I think Glendening would be a healthy scratch a lot for the Avs and fill in on the fourth line. Good for competition and he is still very good a faceoffs. More of a "Safety Net" for the 1st half to 3/4 of the season. Then I think his value really comes at the end of the season and in the playoffs. Never a bad thing to have a high-quality defensive forward who can play anywhere to fill in. To me, he can still move the puck really well, has a great backhand, creates a lot of space, kills penalties, always in great shape, leader for the Wings, and could surprise some at being effective on a 3rd line (When necessary). I really like the Avs and think he could provide that last bit of depth to get past teams like Dallas, Vancouver, St. Louis, and Vegas.</div></div>