Publié par Stamkosfan - 2.Juin.2015 - 11:00
Opinion : Bergevin et l'été 2015: Sa job à faire
J'aimerais proposer quelques changement que Bergevin devrait apporter à son équipe pour le succès finale à l'aube de l'année 2015-16.
5 mouvements sont nécessaire à cette équipe pour éventuellement gagner la coupe.
1. Trade de plecanek
La raison est simplement qu'il a le plus de valeurs.
Mon Choix serait de le céder en compagnie de Lekhonen contre le 1er choix des Jets de Winnipeg et de prospects comme Brandon Lemieux et Jan Kostalek.
Pour les jets, il s'agit d'un investissement pour passer à l'étape suivante. Il viendra épauler Scheifele, alors que Little retournera à sa véritable position à l'aide droite.
Pour le CH, on libère un poste pour que Galchenyuk poursuivre son développement, libère la masse et comble notre banque de prospect.
2. Jarred Tinordi et Emelin vs Carl Hagelin et Dan Boyle
Les Rangers n'auront pas les moyens de le conserver, tandis que le CH a perdu espoir en tinordi. Les Rangers économise sur le salaire alors que le CH sauf sur la durée. Boyle viendra solidifier le PP dans le cas ou l'on perd Petry.
3. Signature des agents libres:
Petry = 4 ans pour 20 millions
Jakub Krajcek = 3 ans pour 4,5 millions
Dominic simon = 3 ans pour 3 millions
4. Draft 2015
1. Edmonton — Connor McDavid. .
2. Buffalo — Jack Eichel
3. Arizona — Dylan Strome. This is a franchise that still needs to attract fans and it would help greatly if they could develop an exciting offensive game. The Coyotes barely averaged two goals per game, and we all know that people come to see their team score. So they have to ignore the talented defenseman sitting there. The 'Yotes need an exciting young center, and Strome fits the bill.
4. Toronto — Noah Hanifin. Word is that the Maple Leafs would prefer Strome to launch their rebuilding, but they will be very happy with Hanifin, who is a well-rounded defender. He has a strong offensive upside and has always been underappreciated as a defender.
5. Carolina — Mitch Marner. With the way Tyler Johnson has performed for Tampa Bay during the 2015 playoffs, there should be no concern about Marner being a smaller forward. He is a dynamic presence on the ice, and could be a Patrick Kane-style impact player.
6. New Jersey — Lawson Crouse. Some scouts aren't sold on his offensive potential, but the Devils would be happy to find him here because he will be that power forward that every team covets.
7. Philadelphia — Mikko Rantanen. He is a jumbo-sized winger with a big shot and rapidly improving skating stride, and he's already maturing in the Finnish Elite League.
8. Columbus — Ivan Provorov. Plays such an advanced game and does everything well both offensively and defensively, plus he likes to use the body. His selection would help ease the pain of losing Mike Reilly.
9. San Jose — Zach Werenski. You can find some who believe there's a chance that he could end up having the same impact as Hanifin. It's a bonus that the fit is perfect as the Sharks really need to upgrade their defense.
10. Colorado — Pavel Zacha. The Czech standout is big, skilled and fast. What's not to like? The Flyers actually considered him at No. 7.
11. Florida — Kyle Connor. The speedy forward was the USHL's MVP and scoring champion with 80 points, and was a 34-goal scorer. He would give the Panthers another potential scorer up front.
12. Dallas — Timo Meier. He's known as a bullish physical player with a strong offensive upside.
13. Los Angeles — Matthew Barzal. He can really skate and is a wizard with the puck on his stick. More of a playmaker than scorer, but makes everyone around him better.
14. Boston — Jakob Zboril. The Czech-born defenseman has an offensive touch and is projected as a possible power play point man.
15. Calgary — Thomas Chabot. This seems like a potential home run pick because Chabot is a 6-2, terrific skating defenseman who handles the puck with flair. Both the Kings and Bruins may consider him.
16. Edmonton (from Pittsburgh) — Nick Merkley. He's a slick offensive player with a burning passion for the game who has played well in junior with previously drafted Oilers prospect Leon Draisaitl.
17. Montreal (Winnipeg) — Paul Bittner. Some are down on Bittner because he didn't make the strides they hoped he would, but he's a smooth puck-handling 6-4 winger who netted 34 goals this season. Yeah, so not all bad…
18. Ottawa — Travis Konecny. He will be a hit with local fans before he ever plays his first game in an NHL sweater.
19. Detroit — Joel Eriksson-Ek. The Red Wings have had great success with Swedish players just like Eriksson-Ek: highly competitive, reasonably skilled players who play hard both ways.
20. Minnesota — Jeremy Roy. Roy owns the best pure skill set of any defenseman with keen offensive instincts. The Wild get a huge bonus if he's still sitting here at #20.
21. Buffalo (from NY Islanders) — Oliver Kylington. Buffalo GM Tim Murray once upon a time stepped up to draft small Swedish offensive dynamo Erik Karlsson at No. 15 overall for the Ottawa Senators.
22. Washington — Jansen Harkins. Many see him as a David Krejci style center. He's a good playmaker, and a competitive athlete.
23. Vancouver — Jacob Larsson. Canucks are looking to upgrade their defense, and he's a smooth 6-2 blueliner with plenty of potential.
24. Toronto (from Nashville) — Evgeny Svechnikov. He's a big, rambunctious winger with overflowing skill and a dangerous shot.
25. Winnipeg (from St. Louis) — Ryan Pilon. . He's a versatile two-way defenseman with the proper understanding of what it takes to play in the league.
26. Montreal — Gabriel Carlsson. He's 6'-4", and projects to be a dependable stay-at-home defenseman. Think of a Jonathan Eriksson type.
27. Anaheim — Jordan Greenway. The Ducks like their players big and strong, and at 6-5, 222 pounds, there's nobody bigger or stronger than Greenway. He's a long-term project, but the payoff could be worth the wait.
28. Tampa Bay (from NY Rangers) — Jake DeBrusk. Jake is not surprisingly a smart two-way player who scored 42 goals in his second Western Hockey League season. Montreal could be interest by this players.
29. Philadelphia (from Tampa Bay) — Brandon Carlo. He improved significantly this season. He's big, highly mobile, and plays a smart game.
30. Arizona (from Chicago ) — Colin White. If the Coyotes land two centers who will definitely play in the league, this will be a splendid draft.
5. Lars Eller vs Brian Bickell
Un échange de salaire. Le CH est perdant, mais il obtient un gros joueur pour les série. Sur la troisième ligne, il fera un travail colossale.
Max pacioretty - Alex Galchenyuk - Brendan Gallagher
Carl Hagelin - David Desharnais - P.A. Parenteau
Brian Bickel - Jacob de la Roses - Devante Smith-Pelley
Brendant Prust - Torrey Mitchell - Dale Weise
Andrei Markov - P.K. Subban
Nathan Beaulieu - Jeff petry
Tom Gilbert - Dan Boyle
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