Still a bad deal, but an 88, 90 and two years of picks is hard to Reject.
Not really, those aren't likely going to be very high picks at all and Persson just received a +5 in development upgrades this past off season when Hirscher only got a +1. It's also not like Detroit is hurting for prospects either. This deal just doesn't make any sense from Detroit's side.
Post by Ducks/Devils GM on Oct 3, 2018 10:12:05 GMT -5
This whole "secondary" team thing to me is not applicable. We CANNOT and HAVE NOT been able to find any GM's. Sim leagues are not what they used to be. These secondary teams are pretty much like our first now. In the past 3 sim seasons I've been with you guys, we've found maybe 2 Gm's? If that? And 3 have left?
So, I think Pittsburgh is paying a premium here and if Detroit really wants to make a move like this, so be it. The price is more than fair. Whether he should move a premier talent is his decision.