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I was just offered Tim Thomas for my Eriksson.... What would you do? Right now my goaltenders are Quick, Rinne and Cam Ward. It is a 1 year league... Goals, points, PPP, PIM, save%, wins and shutouts count
- 1 Reply to Buddy
Ok I juste traded Eriksson to pick up Thomas... thanks everyone that tried to help.
Now, I wouldn't mind trading 1 or 2 goaltenders and pick up a big RW... wonder if that is possible.... already got a decent amount of emails of guys looking for a good goalie.
Wonder what Thomas is worth alone? What kind of RW could I get for him? Better than Eriksson?
Wonder what Rinne, Quick or Ward is worth if I trade 1 of them for a RW?
Thanks again everyone!
Honestly man if anyone on here knew anything about hockey then they would realize quick is second in the league with assists and rinne is a solid goalie theres no need for an inconsistent and recently injured tim thomas dont take the trade and keep the young ericsson on your team hes good for at least 40-50 pts this year
- 1 Reply to aaron
Aaron, since you know more about hockey than the rest of us, let me comment on what you have said:
"Quick is second in the league in assists"
Wow, I didn't realise that goalie assists increased their value that much!
"No need for an inconsistent and recently injured Tim Thomas"
Recently injured, yes, but he's back. Boston's offense has been struggling so that's why he doesn't have as many wins. Otherwise, look at his peripherals: 2.36GAA, .915SV%, 3SHO. Does that sound like inconsistency?
"keep the young ericsson on your team hes good for at least 40-50 pts this year"
Actually he's good for over 60 pts this year - 40-50 wouldn't be too impressive, and not a good argument on your part.
This deal should be accepted, and if the OP is short on wingers, than he can make another trade afterwards.
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