27 mar 2019
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Paul13</b></div><div>In your opinion is this fair value between the two teams?
Stalock I think is movable, he is playing well along with the team. The Wild, as I'm sure you know, are not legit cup contenders so Wild could try and go with some weird rotation of Kahkonen, Robson, and Dubnyk ( when Dubnyks wife is better.) This also means Wild will need to adjust and work with things in Iowa. I like the idea of seeing more of Kahkonen and Robson just to see where they are at.
Your point about Leafs not needing a LHD I agree with, so both teams probably do not make a deal.</div></div>
Stalock is a perfect guy for the Wild now. Let Kahkonen get a taste of the NHL now, but I'd really like to see him spend this year getting starting time in Iowa and see how deep he can take them in the playoffs. There's no reason to rush him, they made that mistake with Kuemper and look how that turned out.
Value I think is in the Wild's favor, with them only sending one valuable player and Toronto sending 2 back. Donato is in danger of being a bust, so no use to Toronto for his salary. Stalock's value is weird, because he's worth more to Minnesota than another team due to their situation. He also wouldn't solve the Leaf's backup goalie problem because he'd be playing behind a much worse defense and wouldn't be as good.