it would be optimal if Brannstrom could play the right but IIRC usually they tend to put the top talents on their natural sides and the complementary players on the off(if they need to).PTFlea wrote:Flo The Action wrote:PTFlea wrote:Flo The Action wrote:I think he’s shown a lot this year but in the grand scheme of things I’m not sure that’s a guy that’s here 4 years down the line. I feel that’s a guy that they will give bigger minutes to, pump his value and trade for another area of need eventually. He might be too good to play behind Brannstrom and Chabot. Personally I’d keep him and build on that strength.PTFlea wrote:Ev wrote:Flo The Action wrote:We can talk all we want about white but what kind of contract would we want for a guy like wolanin.
So we go long and hope to keep the avv low or is it still a 1year prove me contract.
I guess we have to know where Ceci is start of next season and how close Brannstrom is also. That left side could get busy quite fast. I wonder if 5 years at 4.
Btw is there a sight out there that can tell you how many years a player has TIL UFA? I get a little confused with collegiate players
Did you say 5 years for Wolanin at 4 million? That’s way too much. He should get 1-2 years at a low amount.
I'd love to do an 8 year for wolanin. I love that player
I think either him and Brannstrom will play the right. It's inevitable
Didn’t wolanin play the right for a few games this year?
I’m not against it but guys got to be able to do it right.
Someone did, I thought it was brannstrom but I could be wrong.
I’m still not convinced with our D going forward.
Chabot dimielo (has been good but is dimielo really the optimal partner for Chabot Ina few years?)
Brannstrom Jaros (is Jaros legitimately a top 4 guy or just a really good bottom pairing guy)
Wolanin JBD (once he’s ready, if he’s ready. We could be a while away from that.
Any way I cut it I still see we need to trade for a top 4 RHD top”ish” prospect.