DonkeyLips

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Forum: Armchair-GM11 jan à 20 h 38
Forum: Armchair-GM16 déc 2019 à 8 h 23
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>hockeyfanatic05</b></div><div>And the pens are 6th in goals scored without playing 1 healthy game all year and missing crosby and malkin for a good portion of the year. They allowed the 7th fewest goals too. They indeed did not lose the trade. Youre not making a good case. All you have is ARZ power play %. Its simple. Kessel was content with his cups. Him and Sullivan weren't on the same page. Kessel wanted to play with malkin, but malkin did not want to play with him. Kessel wanted to play for Tocchet, and he got his wish. Pens now have the money to sign their RFA's.</div></div>

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Capitalfail67</b></div><div>Yeah but with Crosby out you always get the bets malkin. Malkin is playing at a level now that I would be hard to argue that he is t a top 5 center in the nhl. He’s also considered “lazy” and awful defensively. People tend to use that as an excuse. Kessel is a competitive guy doubt he was okay with his 2 cups. If that was the case wouldn’t he be okay with his 1 cup? And you did lose. Explain how losing a 80-90 point player for pennies on the dollar isn’t getting bent over a barrel ? Now I understand it was the best case scenario but again that doesn’t mean you didn’t lose the deal. Kessel value was higher when you traded him than when you got him. He cost you a 1st and your top prospect</div></div>

Projected over 82 games this season:
Galchenyuk-7 goals. 34 points
Kessel-16 goals. 44 points
Johnnson-16 goals. 43 points

All pretty equal players.

You two are arguing over which mushy banana has less brown spots.
Forum: Armchair-GM14 déc 2019 à 20 h 07
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