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I had to double check but this does make sense for Chayka to acquire Ristolainen. All of his defensemen are Left handed other than Connauton and Risto could QB the PP.
Buffalo would need to take on some salary. While Goligoski would be a near $ for $ match, that does not help Buffalo,
They are not going to give up Dvorak or Schmaltz which would make this perfect hockey trade.
So while the Yotes could use Ristolainen, I do not see a trade unless Chayka would give up Goligoski and much more.
While I like a lot of the moves Chayka has made, his halo is getting tarnished lately and maybe he would be willing to move cap and quality to get Ristolainen.
IDK, but if you will recall but Chychrun is a friend of the Pegula's. He is injured a lot, he may be in play as well.
I am done spitballn'. There may be a trade here, the yotes would need to send cap to Buffalo, then the price would need to go up as well, unless the cap was a young forward, which does not fit for the Yotes as they actually managed to score fewer goals than Buffalo last year.
So it is Chychrun for Risto, who needs to add?
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Barbs</b></div><div>Risto seems like the opposite kind of player Chayka would acquire</div></div>
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>AudioCats</b></div><div>Yeah. Honestly I think the GMs that would want him the most have already gone out and gotten defensemen (Rutherford and Benning).</div></div>
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>sabres89</b></div><div>I am not a huge fan of either girgensons or larsson, but they are cheap and play a role. The value might be right, but it doesnt make sense to move them. Moving ristolainen for futures still leaves a hole on the second line, all it does is provide cap relief here. I dont think this is a playoff team, but they need a competent second line to get the taste of losing out, and this could be a year to get things heading the right way. Without acquiring a center and a decent rw im not sure they are doing all they can to right this ship.</div></div>
Edit: I agree, keep him, shelter him, pick better playing time.
I like putting Vesey and Sheary as Jack's wingmen. Any one but Girgensons can score when playing with Jack, give Mittelstadt the best two wingers and Buffalo would have 2 scoring lines. At the TDL Jim and Conor could have 20 goals each, what would a playoff team pay for them, Bring in Thompson, Cozens, or who ever to take their place for the stretch run.
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>CapFriendlysFinest</b></div><div>Ive been saying it all year, the sabers need to keep Risto. Hes going be great on a better Sabers team. Worst case move at deadline</div></div>
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>sabres89</b></div><div>Last year was a perfect example of why you should not sell low on a player. If you wanna get out of a hole, you have to first put down the shovel.</div></div>
More to give up Alzner than to get Risto?
I know he has a low value among ACGM's but this is off the chart low.
He is only 24 yo, has nearly 200 NHL pts, plays 24 min/gm, hits, PK, PP, plays against the other teams top line, has been misused, overused, lacked leadership, lacked on ice mentorship, played on a very bad team. I will never say he will become E Karlsson, but he is worth a lot more than the value to dump Alzner.
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>sabres89</b></div><div>That doesnt get ristolainen, you could probably get yourself a gently used marco scandella in this price range. You can probably keep the thirds too.</div></div>
Yup, who is lot better than Alzner. at a lower price as well.
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>tsyls</b></div><div>these look like some NHL 19 trades. Adding a bunch of meh to reach value.</div></div>
Not even that good.