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I give: Stamkos, Kopitar, Weber and B.Sutter
I get: Perry, Datsyuk, Yandle, E.Stall and Steen
League is points only G,Asst,PPG,PPA,SHG,SHA,GWG.
Would you do it? Is it a onesided deal?
B. Sutter worth nothing, but then again, Steen is injured.
Weber is having a down year but I think he'll pick it up. He's ba better option than Yandle.
So Stamkos & Kopitar for Perry, Datsyuk & E. Staal.
E Staal, I dare say, is about the same as Stamkos. Datsyuk is better than Kopitar. Free Perry?
I'd do it.
I think you should definitely take that trade. Sure it sucks parting ways with Stamkos.... He is a natural goal scorer (not to mention the Lightning have one of the higher scoring offenses). However Datsyuk you will have to admit would be a fine addition lol. Perry should be a nice pick up as well if the Ducks' surge continues. And Staal is having a fine season after being united with his brother. The way I see it, its more of a Stamkos/Kopitar for Perry/Datsyuk/Staal trade. In addition, you gain an extra offensive player with Steen, who is an upgrade from im assuming Brandon Sutter, And statistically Yandle has more points and the same number of shots as Shea Weber.
The guy below me is an idiot Yandle an upgrade on Weber?? Anyways take the trade for sure Dats and Stall will put up way more points then stammer and perry and yandle are a wash for kopitar and weber. But who will you be dropping and does your leage count goals even with assists and FW?
If you need depth, it's good. Stamkos and Kopitar are the two best players in the trade, but you get 3 all stars plus Steen, and Yandle is an upgrade on Weber.
Without PIM Perry takes a bit of a hit...a lot of his value is tied into that.
Overall, I'd say this is fair.
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