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That seems a non-starter because of salary cap considerations. It just would mean the non-Ryan price would be that much higher. The Bolts are loaded with other prospects and picks and could deal in volume, but if the ask includes a blossoming front-line centre such as Point, well, filling one hole on the blueline would be creating another significant one up front.
Legitimate Cup contenders, as much as they would love to add Karlsson to their blueline now, are not likely keen on giving up any significant pieces from their current roster that have brought them to the level of legit contender. So would the Lightning be one of the teams potentially interested in Karlsson?
You would have to think so, but could they or would they consider paying such a steep price on the eve of a playoff run? Karlsson is the type of player that might prompt an organization to take a long, hard look at where they currently are and where they want to get to and whether Karlsson should be a consideration.
Does it make more sense for the Sens to trade him now than in the off-season? Is signing him still an option? Either way, it brings us back to the timing question — better to trade him now or trade him in the summer?
Technically, Karlsson is a depreciating asset. By trading him now, the acquiring team would have him for a minimum of two runs at the Cup. The downside of a deadline deal by Monday is that it severely limits the number of teams that could make a serious play for Karlsson. By the time the draft rolls around in June, so many more options may open up but the rental period will have shrunk to just one season. Would that diminish the prices teams are willing to pay or would the potential increase in sheer volume of legit landing spots offset it?
Trading Karlsson now could be clean and easy. To be honest, the former still feels more likely than the latter but anything seems possible now. News Video Masters Leaderboard. Scott Cullen Statistically Speaking: Ian Mendes The significance of Karlsson picking up that puck. Erik Karlsson , Getty Images. We have transformed the way we source and distribute real time data. Some firms have a people approach to solving the issues.
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