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Jack asked in SportsHockey · 7 months ago

How Much Will It Help My New York Islanders,Next Season,If Lou Lamoriello Makes The Following Transactions?

Lou Lamoriello Would Trade Andrew Ladd,Anthony Beauvillier,Josh Ho-Sang & Kieffer Bellows To The Winnipeg Jets For Patrik Laine.

He Would Also Sign Alex Pietrangelo & Torey Krug & Also Resign Matt Martin,Mat Barzal,Derick Brassard,Ryan Pulock & Andy Greene.

After Everything Is Done,Barry Trotz Can Put The Lines Together Like This.:

Left Wing-Center-Right Wing

Anders Lee-Mat Barzal-Patrik Laine

Josh Bailey-Brock Nelson-Jordan Eberle 

Leo Komarov-Jean Gabriel-Pageau-Derick Brassard 

Matt Martin-Casey Cizikas-Cal Clutterbuck 

Left Defense-Right Defense

Nick Leddy-Johnny Boychuk

Torey Krug-Alex Pietrangelo 

Andy Greene-Ryan Pulock 

Starting Goalie

Semyon Varlamov

Backup Goalie

Ilya Sorokin

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    None of this is going to happen no matter how many times you ask.  Lou is a mediocre GM (Kyle Dubas has had to use assets to bury Lou's horrible contracts).  

    Pietrangelo has had facial hair for well over half a decade.  Why would he succumb to Lou's rules on facial hair?  Plus, he has zero connections to New York.  Plus, why go through the next 2 seasons playing games all over the area?  

    I thought Robin Lehner was going to NYI...how'd that work out?

    Why would Winnipeg trade Laine for junk?  Would you trade a dollar for six dimes and five pennies?  

    Can't afford Krug either.

    What would be hilarious is if Barzal got offer-sheeted (CBJ is clearing assets like they're planning on it).  I mean, NYI "could" match but then you're pretty much locked in.

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