HOW DOES THE JAKE MUZZIN DEAL CHANGE YOUR OPINION ON THE LEAFS?
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IF YOU WERE COLUMBUS, WOULD YOU TRADE BOBROVSKY OR PANARIN? OR BOTH?
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The Jackets are in the last playoff spot in the East right now so holding onto Bobrovsky will help them on a run, but his deal is also up at the end of the year. I think if there’s any chance that relationship can be mended then it definitely should.
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The Blue Jackets, while a playoff team, are not a Cup threat. They still have a good core; PLD, Jones, Werenski and a promising goaltender in Korpisalo. Jarmo Kekalainen has a tough task ahead of him no doubt and may not get the return you’d expect for both players. He should still be looking to get something instead of letting them walk in free agency.
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As for Panarin, I would like to keep him around as an in-house rental, but I would still strongly consider moving him. I would set the price very high though and see if someone overpays for him at the last minute. I’d ask for a conditional first rounder (if he resigns), a very good young roster player (DeBrusk from Boston, Beavillier from New York, that type of player), and a good prospect. If someone pays that, I’d move him then use the cap space and draft picks to improve your team this summer.
WHICH CANADIAN TEAM HAS THE BEST CHANCE OF WINNING THE CUP?
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They made it close last year and I don’t see a team in the West standing in the way of a motivated group who has a taste to win and will be getting some pieces healthy down the stretch. They’re also getting tremendous production out a guy like Kyle Connor who’s filling the void of an up and down season from Patrik Laine, who could become a force come playoff time.
WYATT ZIEGER: Today I’ll vote for the Winnipeg Jets, with all respect to the Flames and Maple Leafs.
Hellebuyck has continued his success from last year, Wheeler and Scheifele are on pace for over 100 points and the defense led by Byfuglien is solid. Winnipeg is still going to be adding come deadline time and will look to find this year’s Paul Stastny, only making them better. I don’t think Winnipeg will win this years Stanley Cup but even if you asked me before the season I would have banked on seeing them in the Cup final.
TYLER YAREMCHUK: It’s the Leafs and anyone who says otherwise is just a Toronto hater. They have every ingredient needed to go on a run: a very deep group of forwards, high-end skill, unrivaled centre depth, a pair of good defenseman, some quality vets, and a goalie who can seem unbeatable when he’s at his best. That makes them the favourite amongst the Canadian clubs.