habsFan1986 Posted November 16, 2017 Share Posted November 16, 2017 2 hours ago, dlbalr said: Is it? I would think most GMs wouldn't rush to buy high on a player with less than ten games of NHL experience. He hasn't played enough to really show his long-term potential (is he a future #1, a 1B type of goalie, a high-end backup, an average backup, etc). If he can sustain a level of play somewhat close to this over another 20-30 NHL starts, then his value may start to go up (similar to Cam Talbot, Martin Jones, guys like that). Right now, he's a non-established guy on a two-week hot streak and no smart general manager is going to automatically assume that based on that, Lindgren is a high-end piece worth trading someone with well-established value for. Once price comes back he wont play. Thats why we picked up niemi. PHX is playing really bad could be looking to blow the team up. If some how MB can pull off a trade for Larsson and Strome I hope he does it. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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