Potential trade propositions for Jonathan Toews
Ryan Dixon and Jason Bukala of Sportsnet: Potential trade propositions if Chicago Blackhawks forward Jonathan Toews chooses to waive his no-movement provision prior to the March 3rd NHL trade due date.
If half wage is maintained, it would bring his $10.5 million wage cap struck down to $5.25 million. If a 3rd group gets included and keeps half, the cap hit will drop to $2.625 million. On the wage side, if half were maintained, the Blackhawks would pay about $319,000, a 3rd group about $160,000, and the obtaining group $160,000. A $160,000 retention by a group traditionally costs a fifth-round choice.
To Boston: Jonathan Toews
To Chicago: Boston’s first-round choice in 2023 – half maintained
To Anaheim: Boston’s fifth-round choice in 2023 – half maintained
To Carolina: Jonathan Toews
To Chicago: Carolina’s first-round choice in 2023 – half maintained
To Anaheim: Carolina’s fifth-round choice (Vancouver) in 2023 – half maintained
To Colorado: Jonathan Toews
To Chicago: Colorado’s first-round choice in 2023 and Colorado’s fifth-rounder in 2025 – half maintained
To Winnipeg: Jonathan Toews
To Chicago: Winnipeg’s 1st round choice in 2023 and Winnipeg’s 5th in 2025 – half maintained
The Canucks have actually liked Brandon Carlo and Jake DeBrusk
Jimmy Murphy of Boston Hockey Now: Sportsnet’s Jeff Marek reported over a week ago that Vancouver Canucks GM Patrik Allvin was searching for 3 gamers and a leading possibility for pending UFA Bo Horvat. If the Boston Bruins are going to be severe competitors for Horvat, they’ll need to provide more than a 2023 first-round choice and a leading possibility.
A source has actually stated that Canucks have actually liked defenseman Brandon Carlo and forward Jake DeBrusk which among them would require to be consisted of in a Horvat deal. Other sources appeared to believe this would make good sense however they hadn’t heard Carlo or DeBrusk in any trade speculation. One of the sources stated his group asked in the preseason about DeBrusk and was informed he wasn’t offered.
If the Bruins were to obtain Horvat they’d wish to know if they might sign him to an agreement extension and the Canucks don’t seem happy to let groups talk with Horvat.