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HockeyBuzz Hotstove
Location: Barrie, ON
Joined: 09.04.2013

Monday @ 11:49 AM ET
HockeyBuzz Hotstove: Which forward rental should teams avoid at the trade deadline?
Feds91Stammer
Detroit Red Wings
Location: Even Holland couldn't mess that up, FL
Joined: 02.01.2012

Monday @ 11:51 AM ET
Would love to see another terrible trade from McPhee.
eichiefs9
New York Islanders
Location: Former star of the popular 'Meat Spin' video , NY
Joined: 11.03.2008

Monday @ 11:55 AM ET
HockeyBuzz Hotstove: Which forward rental should teams avoid at the trade deadline?
- ToddCordellVAN

James Tanner

The forward that should be avoided at the deadline is the consensus best player available. Most of the hockey world agrees this player will be the best and most sought after asset, but I read a graph that says he's not so I will now dig my heels in and defend this position in the face of all other logic because logic is emotional and therefore unreliable.
deadpoulet
Montreal Canadiens
Location: Montreal
Joined: 07.01.2008

Monday @ 12:00 PM ET
Would love to see another terrible trade from McPhee.
- Feds91Stammer


Pat1993
Montreal Canadiens
Location: Disguise Delimit., QC
Joined: 08.28.2009

Monday @ 12:06 PM ET
James Tanner

The forward that should be avoided at the deadline is the consensus best player available. Most of the hockey world agrees this player will be the best and most sought after asset, but I read a graph that says he's not so I will not dig my heels in and defend this position in the face of all other logic because logic is emotional and therefore unreliable.

- eichiefs9



tomburton99
New York Rangers
Location: NJ
Joined: 07.13.2009

Monday @ 12:13 PM ET
Cody Mcleod.
Hesh_
Philadelphia Flyers
Joined: 07.29.2013

Monday @ 12:24 PM ET
I love me some Simmonds. The guy is all heart. But he’s slowing down, and I don’t think it’s all injuries (though they have been a factor). This is his decline. He’ll probably be better next season, but he’s just about out of juice.

So even though I want to see the Flyers go for it for Carter Hart’s sake, I’d be more than happy if somebody foolishly pitched value and/or youth for Wayne.

Wayne Simmonds has been a consummate Flyer and the type of player the city embraces during his stay. It’s just time to move on.

Somebody, please make us an ill-advised offer.
Itsjustarash
Vancouver Canucks
Location: BC
Joined: 08.29.2013

Monday @ 12:27 PM ET
Any contending team that's deep enough to be where they're at right now doesn't need Panarin or Simmonds. If those teams fall short this spring, go all in July 1st to fill whatever hole they need filled.
Feds91Stammer
Detroit Red Wings
Location: Even Holland couldn't mess that up, FL
Joined: 02.01.2012

Monday @ 1:12 PM ET
Any contending team that's deep enough to be where they're at right now doesn't need Panarin or Simmonds. If those teams fall short this spring, go all in July 1st to fill whatever hole they need filled.
- Itsjustarash

Like Vancouver did?
hereticpride
Philadelphia Flyers
Location: HEY. Does this pole still work?, NJ
Joined: 01.14.2011

Monday @ 2:19 PM ET
Any contending team that's deep enough to be where they're at right now doesn't need Panarin or Simmonds. If those teams fall short this spring, go all in July 1st to fill whatever hole they need filled.
- Itsjustarash

All teams have needs and you only have to look at past Cup winners to see players added at the deadline that were added to improve their teams.