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Well after an uneventful first day, Saturday was full of action. Let's see the trades.

1.: Carolina acquired Patrick Marleau and a conditional 2020 first round pick and a 2020 seventh round pick from Toronto for a 2020 sixth round pick.
2.: Vancouver acquired J.T. Miller from the Lightning for Marek Mazanec, a 2019 third round pick and a conditional 2020 first round pick.
3.: New Jersey acquired P.K. Subban from Nashville for Steven Santini, defenseman prospect Jeremy Davies and 2019 & 2020 second rounds picks.

All three trades were salary dumps for one team (Nashville, Tampa Bay and Toronto). I think New Jersey is the biggest winner of the weekend. They have Jack Hughes and P.K. Subban, two solid building blocks. This is still not enough to compete for the Cup, but it's a good start. If Taylor Hall can stay healthy all year and Corey Schneider can recapture his old form, they can reach the playoffs again.

I think the J.T. Miller trade will be good for the Canucks, he's a very decent scorer, although he had a down year. But he's only 26 and his salary is acceptable, he will be a good mentor for the young guys. The Canucks offense is very weak, I'm sure he will help them out in that department.

Currently nobody knows what will happen with Marleau. He has one year left of his contract, maybe the Hurricanes buys him out. Or if they can convince him that he'll be a valuable member of the team, he will play next season in Raleigh.
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Patrick Marleau bowed out gracefully waiving his no move clause to allow the trade to proceed so good on him and I wish him and the Hurricanes good luck in the upcoming season. Let's keep it real, Marleau will be 40 by season start so it was a smart move for Toronto too. He wrote a nice message on his wife's Twitter account as follows

“To Auston and Mitch, a special thank you for welcoming us into the Leafs family and then becoming a part of ours,” Marleau wrote. “You will always have a spot at our dinner table, and extra sticks in our hockey room. I’ll miss seeing you at the rink every day. Never forget how good you guys are. Thank you again Leafs nation, I think you all are in pretty good hands.”

PK, what can I say about him that I haven't already said about a man that has stolen my heart ever since first meeting him 2 years ago and we developed a friendship that continues to this day. We had discussed how much fun it was going to be when my Flames met his Predators in the playoffs but that had a wrench thrown into the works lol ...

I have always enjoyed the Devils to a degree but will now pay even closer attention to them as PK strengthens that locker room.

Now as for my Flames, goalie Dustin Wolf went 4th-to-last but not least and this acquisition excites me. More on him and others below and the subsequent post. The Flames definitely looked longterm with these drafts!

VANCOUVER — Most young forwards are fixated on filling the net.

Calgary Flames’ third-rounder Ilya Nikolaev would sooner ensure a shutout.

“From the very beginning, when he started playing hockey, he had in his head the thought that if the team doesn’t get scored on, the team won’t lose a game,” a translator relayed on Nikolaev’s behalf after the Russian centre was selected by the Flames at No. 88 in the 2019 NHL Draft. “So that’s his idea — if the team doesn’t (allow) the opponent to score, they will be able to score at some point.”

Seems reasonable enough.

The Flames were forward-thinking at the 2019 NHL Draft, claiming speedy Jakob Pelletier in Friday’s first round, nabbing Nikolaev on their first turn Saturday and also welcoming winger Lucas Feuk and centre Josh Nodler to their prospect pipeline.

Just before the cleanup crews started at Rogers Arena, they called the name of netminder Dustin Wolf, the fourth-to-last selection but perhaps the best story of the day.

Most seventh-rounders are nowhere to be found, choosing instead to track the action from afar.

The 18-year-old Wolf — owner of the best save percentage in the Western Hockey League this past season — was expecting to be off the board much earlier and was still squirming in his seat at Rogers Arena when Flames director of amateur scouting Tod Button leaned into the microphone at No. 214.

The relieved roar from his family was goosebumps-worthy.

As the Everett Silvertips’ undersized stalwart headed toward the floor, tears were streaming down his cheeks.

“A long day, but definitely worth waiting for,” said Wolf, who was projected by many as a third-round possibility. “Obviously, you don’t want to get picked as late as I did. But getting picked is better than nothing.”

By contrast, Nikolaev’s wait wasn’t too bad.

TSN’s ace insider, Bob McKenzie, had the broad-shouldered centre ranked among his Top-50 draft eligibles, but he was still available when the Flames were up at No. 88.

“These are unforgettable emotions, and those will be for my entire life,” said Nikolaev, an alternate captain for Russia during the 2019 World Under-18 Championship. “I have looked into this city before and the team, and this is a great team and a great organization. I’m very happy to be part of it.”

Nikolaev notched 10 goals and 25 points in 41 spins this past winter for Yaroslavl in Russia’s top junior league. He was especially productive in the spring, lighting the lamp five times and adding three assists in just six playoff skates.

Through his translator, though, he repeatedly mentioned his dedication to his duties in his own zone.

In fact, he says his on-ice role model is four-time Selke Trophy winner Patrice Bergeron of the Boston Bruins.

“This is a centre/forward who does a lot of work, both defensive and offensive,” Nikolaev’s translator explained. “This is a style that Patrice showed that he tried to follow it.”

Calgary’s talent-hounds have been following closely, and Button vouched for the reliability of this third-round holler.

“Traditionally, the Russian centre-icemen, they’re the hub. They’re the guys that connect the forwards to the defence,” Button explained. “You don’t see a lot of centres in Russia that are all up ice and out of the play. He is a 200-foot, two-way, responsible guy. That is the system they play and I think for him, he’s been coached like that since he was growing up so he has all of those fundamentals in place — positioning, he knows where to go and how to support.

“So he can work on the rest of his game — his skating, his puck-handling, his shooting. And that will help him get to another level, with men. But the fundamentals, and Jakob has ’em too, those are hard to teach and engrain. Some kids, they take longer because they don’t have any fundamentals. They’re just out there playing pond hockey — and there is nothing wrong with that — but these guys have a solid base to build from, and that base is important for us.“

Nikolaev is still under contract in Russia for two more seasons.

It will likely be longer than that before any of the Flames’ five selections in the 2019 NHL Draft are ready to contribute at the Saddledome.

“Our scouts did a good job,” praised general manager Brad Treliving, who was admittedly working the phones in hopes of acquiring more picks. “We got guys at certain spots that we really liked. Now, check back in five years and we’ll see how successful it was.”
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MEET THE NEW GUYS

Introducing the Calgary Flames’ five selections from the 2019 NHL Draft …

*LW JAKOB PELLETIER

First round, No. 26 overall

Measurements: 5-foot-9, 165 lb.

Shoots: Left

This past season: Pelletier finished seventh in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League’s scoring race with 39 goals and 50 assists in 65 outings for the Moncton Wildcats. Despite a high-ankle sprain, the 18-year-old buzz-saw suited up for Team Canada at the World Under-18s.

Scouting synopsis:*“He is really fundamentally sound. He is a coach’s dream because he picks up stuff quick. He can understand systems very well. He’s responsible in all three zones. He is accountable to the team, to the system. He has a tremendous work ethic, tremendous insides, and he’s competitive. He’s the kind of guy that if he doesn’t make it, it’s not because he didn’t exhaust every chance to do it. Whatever it takes — nutrition, skating drills … Whatever it is, he is going to find a way to play. And that was attractive to us, plus the ability that he already has.” — Tod Button, director of amateur scouting

C ILYA NIKOLAEV

Third round, No. 88 overall

Measurements: 6-foot, 190 lb.

Shoots: Right

This past season: Nikolaev, who turns 18 later this week, totalled 10 goals and 15 assists in 41 games for Yaroslavl in Russia’s junior league. In international action, he was a linemate to Vancouver Canucks’*first-rounder Vasili Podkolzin.

Scouting synopsis: “Nikolaev is a smart two-way centre who played with the 10th overall pick (Podkolzin ) and they were really good together. They had different left-wingers all year, but he was sort of the hub. He’s the guy that connects the defencemen to the wingers. A solid playmaker. Smart. Competitive. We were very happy to get him.” — Tod Button, director of amateur scouting

C/W LUCAS FEUK

Fourth round, No. 116 overall

Measurements: 6-foot, 185 lb.

Shoots: Left

This past season: Feuk was a point-per-game guy for*Sodertalje SK in Sweden, with 21 goals and 22 assists to show for 43 contests. The 18-year-old also totalled a team-high 84 penalty minutes.

Scouting synopsis:*“He is a smart player. He’s a little bit underdeveloped at this point, physically, so he has a lot of room to grow. But the competitive nature of the kid and the hockey sense were the things that our Swedish scout (Bobby Hagelin) really liked about him.” — Tod Button, director of amateur scouting

C JOSH NODLER

Fifth round, No. 150 overall

Measurements: 6-foot, 196 lb.

Shoots: Right

This past season: Nodler, 18, contributed 17 goals and 25 helpers for the Fargo Force of the United States Hockey League. He has committed to the NCAA’s Michigan State Spartans.

Scouting synopsis:*“Our old scout, Pierre-Paul Lamoureux, was just named the head coach (in Fargo). He was the associate coach last year, and he just raved about his work ethic, how he is in practice and everything. We actually had Feuk and Nodler really close … Another smart playmaking guy, an in-the-zone centre-iceman. Good vision. Good hands. Needs to work on his skating. That needs to pick up.”*— Tod Button, director of amateur scouting

G DUSTIN WOLF

Seventh round, No. 214 overall

Measurements: 6-foot, 165 lb.

Catches: Left

This past season: In his first season as starter for the Everett Silvertips, Wolf registered the Western Hockey League’s best save percentage — a sparkling .936. The 18-year-old posted a 41-15-4 record and 1.69 goals-against average and was the CHL’s Scholastic Player of the Year.

Scouting synopsis:*“After our fifth-round pick, we had about four goalies left and he was at the top of our goalie list … The only knock anybody has had on him in our organization is not an ability knock, it’s just that he’s shorter than the traditional goalie. But he’s really smart, he reads the play well, he gets into position early and he has really sound fundamentals.” — Tod Button, director of amateur scouting
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To be honest with you, I don't pay too much attention to the draft itself for two reasons.

1.: I can't watch the junior leagues' games, therefore I have no idea who is who and what they can do on the ice. Thanks to this I can't form an opinion about the drafted players.

2.: But more importantly I think the draft is a gamble. In one hand there are the successful picks. The Joe Thorntons, Patrick Kanes and Connor McDavids. But in the other hand there are the failures. The Alexandre Daigles, Patrik Stefans, Nail Yakupovs or the Sam Bowies, Kwame Browns or Greg Odens from the NBA. Plus there are the surprises, the diamonds in the rough. The Pavel Datsyuks, Henrik Zetterbergs or Henrik Lundqvists, who were all very late picks. I know the draft is a very important process for the teams, but sometimes you don't know what you get with that particular player. The majority of the players will be important and valuable to their clubs, but there's definitely risk in the player selection.

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PK, what can I say about him that I haven't already said about a man that has stolen my heart ever since first meeting him 2 years ago and we developed a friendship that continues to this day. We had discussed how much fun it was going to be when my Flames met his Predators in the playoffs but that had a wrench thrown into the works lol ...

I have always enjoyed the Devils to a degree but will now pay even closer attention to them as PK strengthens that locker room.
It's incredible you literally know everybody in the league.
What did he say to you, is he happy with the trade???
I guess at first the news was a big shock for him, going from a powerful Western Conference team to a weak Eastern team. But at least he will play more often in Montréal and he can visit the local children's hospital more frequently. And he will be a number one defenseman in his new club and he can play a ton of minutes again.
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LOL not every player but it even amazes me how many I have been blessed to meet through my new guy and my former may he rest in peace. Being a "hockey wife" doesn't hurt opening doors either. A lot of players are floored that I am a goalie and that makes them smile ... especially since the Flames and Oilers play a huge role in my learning curve ...

I will paraphrase by saying PK likes the thought of being closer to family with the move and thinks he still has a lot to teach the young guys. Yes he was a little saddened but not unexpectedly since he had a say in it in private but you didn't hear that from me lol. He has nothing but good things to say about the Predators.

I agree with your statement about the draft especially since these days a lot of players still have to come through organizational ranks to make the NHL rosters even after being drafted, some aren't ready for the leap ...

I gave you a shout out in that PS thread in GD in the rotating thread section hun, you earned it.
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