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  Strictly out of my rear end, the Flyers are going to SWING FOR THE FENCES and I have been trying to figure out what that means,

 

  Lets face it, other than draft picks the Flyers dont exactly have a ton of moveable pieces. Hart, IMHO is a logical person to consider moving, Debrincat has been linked to the flyers in more than one report, I was looking the rosters of both teams over and this may make an absolute ton of sense for both teams.

 

  Chicago has no goalies, I mean literally zero. Fleury was dealt at the deadline, Subban and Lankinen who are both dreadful are free agents and not likely to be brought back in any significant role, there is literally nobody in the organization who can play in net, Arvid Soderblom is a B minus or C plus goalie prospect but nowhere near ready. 

 

  Flyers have just brought Ivan Fedotov over from mother Russia and he is considered a ready now goalie, a year in the AHL might do him some good buteverything I read is the plan is for him to remain in the NHL this year as at the very worst a 1B in net.  

 

  The Flyers need scoring. The Hawks need to fix a gaping hole in net. IMHO both players, Debrincat at 24, Hart at 23 would fix a problem. The Flyers could then add a veteran such as Georgiev, Samsonov, Campbell or DeSmith to pair with Fedotov in net.  Obviously more moving pieces would need to be involved but in theory both teams dangling young potentially game changing players to fix holes in their roster this seems ideal to me.

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Just now, JR Ewing said:

@yave1964Watch out. It wasn't so long ago, around here, that I was told that it would be a mistake to trade Carter Hart for Connor McDavid, let alone McDavid's old linemate.

 

Yeah, no one thinks this anymore 

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1 hour ago, yave1964 said:

  Strictly out of my rear end, the Flyers are going to SWING FOR THE FENCES and I have been trying to figure out what that means,

 

  Lets face it, other than draft picks the Flyers dont exactly have a ton of moveable pieces. Hart, IMHO is a logical person to consider moving, Debrincat has been linked to the flyers in more than one report, I was looking the rosters of both teams over and this may make an absolute ton of sense for both teams.

 

  Chicago has no goalies, I mean literally zero. Fleury was dealt at the deadline, Subban and Lankinen who are both dreadful are free agents and not likely to be brought back in any significant role, there is literally nobody in the organization who can play in net, Arvid Soderblom is a B minus or C plus goalie prospect but nowhere near ready. 

 

  Flyers have just brought Ivan Fedotov over from mother Russia and he is considered a ready now goalie, a year in the AHL might do him some good buteverything I read is the plan is for him to remain in the NHL this year as at the very worst a 1B in net.  

 

  The Flyers need scoring. The Hawks need to fix a gaping hole in net. IMHO both players, Debrincat at 24, Hart at 23 would fix a problem. The Flyers could then add a veteran such as Georgiev, Samsonov, Campbell or DeSmith to pair with Fedotov in net.  Obviously more moving pieces would need to be involved but in theory both teams dangling young potentially game changing players to fix holes in their roster this seems ideal to me.

 

Interesting proposal ....would need to stew on this for a bit before I comment .......

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23 minutes ago, FireDillabaugh said:

I truly believe that once he's moved away from Kim Dillabaugh's mediocrity, and given the proper coaching he deserves

 

Just food for thought .....start to dig around ....came across this.  I'm sure you have seen last year ...

 

https://flyersnittygritty.com/at-what-point-are-the-flyers-going-to-place-goalie-coach-kim-dillabaugh-on-the-hot-seat/

 

Upon bringing him into the fold, Dillabaugh was thought to be one of the best in the business, as evidenced by his two Stanley cup rings he received while coaching with the Kings. But, as of yet, he’s failed to turn Hart (or any of the other multitude of goaltender prospects within the team’s system) into stars. Since 2015, the Flyers have made it a point to try and draft their goalie of the future selecting names like Felix Sandström, Ivan Fedotov, Carter Hart, Kirill Ustimenko, Samuel Ersson, and Alexei Kolosov, all of whom were lucky enough to don the orange and black on draft day. Sadly, none to include the recently departed in Roddy Ross, besides Hart have been able to start a regular season game in the NHL; In fact, only a few have any games played even at the AHL level. 

 

With this kind of production (or lack thereof), Dillabaugh is hardly in the same realm as the great goalie coach Mitch Korn who helped develop the likes of Grant Fuhr, Dominik Hasek, Pekka Rinne, Brayden Holtby, Robin Lehner, and currently is helping develop the Islanders’ young Russian netminder Ilya Sorkin. Dillabaugh can’t even be compared to the likes of Francois Allaire- the pioneer of the butterfly position who helped develop the great Patrick Roy, Roberto Luongo, Jonas Hiller, and Semyon Varlamov, to name a few

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On 6/24/2022 at 11:54 AM, yave1964 said:

  Strictly out of my rear end, the Flyers are going to SWING FOR THE FENCES and I have been trying to figure out what that means,

 

  Lets face it, other than draft picks the Flyers dont exactly have a ton of moveable pieces. Hart, IMHO is a logical person to consider moving, Debrincat has been linked to the flyers in more than one report, I was looking the rosters of both teams over and this may make an absolute ton of sense for both teams.

 

  Chicago has no goalies, I mean literally zero. Fleury was dealt at the deadline, Subban and Lankinen who are both dreadful are free agents and not likely to be brought back in any significant role, there is literally nobody in the organization who can play in net, Arvid Soderblom is a B minus or C plus goalie prospect but nowhere near ready. 

 

  Flyers have just brought Ivan Fedotov over from mother Russia and he is considered a ready now goalie, a year in the AHL might do him some good buteverything I read is the plan is for him to remain in the NHL this year as at the very worst a 1B in net.  

 

  The Flyers need scoring. The Hawks need to fix a gaping hole in net. IMHO both players, Debrincat at 24, Hart at 23 would fix a problem. The Flyers could then add a veteran such as Georgiev, Samsonov, Campbell or DeSmith to pair with Fedotov in net.  Obviously more moving pieces would need to be involved but in theory both teams dangling young potentially game changing players to fix holes in their roster this seems ideal to me.

 

Hmm............I'll say no.

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