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  • 2020 Offseason - Signings and Trades

    Going to use this to track and discuss the significant offseason transactions, excluding the draft.

  • #2
    Big summer for the Sens. Adding Murray, Dadonov and Galchenyuk. Should start to crawl out of the basement next season. I'm expecting a pick in the 6-12 range.

    I haven't been able to keep track of everything else going on. Only just found out Montreal signed Toffoli. Still nothing on Hoffman eh? The Vancouver rumors seem to make too much sense. And looks like we're still waiting for Tampa to work out their cap situation - come on Sergachev to Ottawa!
    Last edited by matchesmalone; 10-29-2020, 05:17 AM.

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    • #3
      Yeah, a couple reclamation projects in Murray and Galchenyuk. Dadonov is older than I realized; he's 31 but I thought he was ~25, geez. Still like the signing (he's probably our leading goal scorer next season), I'm just surprised I was so off.

      Man. Hoffman to Vancouver and I'm dropping money on them as a dark horse to win it all. If Quinn doesn't slump in his sophomore season and Holtby rebounds with Vancouver, they could go deep. I'm still bummed about Markstrom though πŸ˜₯

      Sergachev to Ottawa. Holy moly would that ever be something.

      Thomas Chabot - Nikita Zaitsev
      Mikhail Sergachev - Erik Gudbranson
      ---------------------------------------------------
      Jake Sanderson - Jacob Bernard-Docker
      Erik Brannstrom - Lassi Thomson

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      • #4
        OK, so I'll actually start by noting what I think are the significant trades that were made around the deadline. I'm looking at how teams should improve/get worse based on their rosters for most of last season compared to what they've got on tap for next season (which I'll also factor with their draft performance over the past 3 seasons, surely using an arbitrary method, lol). Therefore, I'm only noting significant trades that involve players who are still with the clubs who traded for them. No pure rentals.

        The changes in the two weeks leading up to the deadline that I think are worth noting are:

        Carolina + Skjei and Trocheck
        Islanders + Pageau
        Pittsburgh + Zucker
        Tampa Bay + Coleman and Goodrow
        Vegas + Lehner and Martinez
        Washington + Dillon
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        Chicago – Lehner
        Florida – Trocheck
        Los Angeles – Martinez
        Minnesota – Zucker
        New Jersey – Coleman
        Ottawa – Pageau
        Rangers – Skjei
        San Jose – Goodrow and Dillon

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        • #5
          Are there any of those that you find aren't worth noting? Are there any I missed in the two weeks leading up to the deadline?

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          • #6
            Oh man, you're really testing my memory. Off the top of my head just Vatanen went from New Jersey to Carolina, but I guess he still hasn't signed yet? I think you've got all the relevant ones as far as players who are signed.

            Not sure if Vancouver can be considered dark horses after going to the semi-finals, especially if thy add Hoffman. You gotta think Demko is expected to be the guy after his run this fall. I took it that adding Holtby was more about veteran insurance/insulation. Not to say he might not step in and be lights out if Demko struggles early in the playoffs.

            I was wondering if maybe adding Galchenyuk and Dadonov had something to do with making a push for Sergachev. He's RFA so if we trade for him we still have to worry about signing him long term, having a couple Russians around might help.

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            • #7
              Yeah, Vatanen was a big one but because he hasn’t signed yet I can’t count him as a trade, unless he does sign with the Canes.

              Good point about Demko. He’s gotta be ready to take the starter role.

              My only worry about signing Sergachev would be the need to protect him from Seattle. We should look at Ottawa’s expansion situation.

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              • #8
                Can't say I'm too worried about that. Not too many players on the current roster I'm worried about keeping. BrΓ€nnstrΓΆm and the top prospects are still exempt.

                I'd protect C. Brown, Tierney, L. Brown, White, Tkachuk, Batherson, Balcers, Chabot, Sergachev, Wolanin, Murray.

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                • #9
                  Wow, just looked at things and Minnesota could be in a tough position. Spurgeon, Suter, and Brodin all have NMCs so the Wild have to protect them - which means they can't go with the 7F/3D model and would need to only keep 8 skaters instead of 10 if they want to protect Dumba. Problem with that is Parise and Zuccarello also have NMCs, so you're already at 6 with Dumba and the NMCs. I'd say they have no choice but to keep Fiala and Greenway with the other 2, so that leaves Sturm, Rask, Eriksson Ek, and Sokolov exposed. I guess that's not the worst position ever, but it seems like a sure bet that Seattle will get a good player from the Wild.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Josh View Post
                    OK, so I'll actually start by noting what I think are the significant trades that were made around the deadline. I'm looking at how teams should improve/get worse based on their rosters for most of last season compared to what they've got on tap for next season (which I'll also factor with their draft performance over the past 3 seasons, surely using an arbitrary method, lol). Therefore, I'm only noting significant trades that involve players who are still with the clubs who traded for them. No pure rentals.

                    The changes in the two weeks leading up to the deadline that I think are worth noting are:

                    Carolina + Skjei and Trocheck
                    Islanders + Pageau
                    Pittsburgh + Zucker
                    Tampa Bay + Coleman and Goodrow
                    Vegas + Lehner and Martinez
                    Washington + Dillon
                    ----------------------------------------------
                    Chicago – Lehner
                    Florida – Trocheck
                    Los Angeles – Martinez
                    Minnesota – Zucker
                    New Jersey – Coleman
                    Ottawa – Pageau
                    Rangers – Skjei
                    San Jose – Goodrow and Dillon
                    Offseason - Significant Trades as of November 4th

                    Buffalo + E. Staal
                    Chicago + Zadorov
                    Colorado + Toews and Saad
                    Columbus + Domi
                    Florida + Hornqvist
                    Los Angeles + Maatta
                    Minnesota + Bonino
                    Montreal + Allen and Edmundson
                    Nashville + Kunin
                    Pittsburgh + Matheson and Kapanen
                    Vancouver + Schmidt
                    Winnipeg + Stastny
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                    Carolina – Edmundson
                    Chicago – Maatta and Saad
                    Colorado – Zadorov
                    Florida – Matheson
                    Islanders – Toews
                    Minnesota – E. Staal and Kunin
                    Montreal – Domi
                    Nashville – Bonino
                    Pittsburgh – Hornqvist
                    St. Louis – Allen
                    Toronto – Kapanen
                    Vegas – Stastny and Schmidt

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                    • #11
                      SO. Significant Roster Changes Via Trade (as of November 4th):

                      TEAM ADDED SUBTRACTED
                      Buffalo E. Staal
                      Carolina Skjei and Trocheck Edmundson
                      Chicago Zadorov Lehner, Maatta, and Saad
                      Colorado Toews and Saad Zadorov
                      Columbus Domi
                      Florida Hornqvist Trocheck and Matheson
                      Islanders Pageau Toews
                      Los Angeles Maatta Martinez
                      Minnesota Bonino E. Staal, Kunin, and Zucker
                      Montreal Allen and Edmundson Domi
                      Nashville Kunin Bonino
                      New Jersey Coleman
                      Ottawa Pageau
                      Pittsburgh Matheson, Zucker, and Kapanen Hornqvist
                      Rangers Skjei
                      San Jose Goodrow and Dillon
                      St. Louis Allen
                      Tampa Bay Coleman and Goodrow
                      Toronto Kapanen
                      Vancouver Schmidt
                      Vegas Lehner and Martinez Stastny and Schmidt
                      Washington Dillon
                      Winnipeg Stastny

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                      • #12
                        OK so this is just trades, not signings? Going back to the trade deadline? What about Andreas Johnsson?

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