Could Evgeny Dadonov play alongside the Suzuki-Caufield duo next year?

Last Thursday, CH surprised many of its supporters by announcing that Shea Weber had finally been exchanged (contract). However, it wasn’t the fact that Weber (contract) that surprised us, but the fact that he was traded to Vegas rather than a team that needed to. hit the cap To reach the minimum salary.

Wolves, let alone call them.

In return, Evgenii Dadonov was acquired by Kent Hughes, whom the Golden Knights wanted to get rid of to meet the maximum salary. They tried to do it on the last trading date, but this crazy story will be remembered regarding the aborted trade with ducks.

I had also written a text about a potential Weber-Dadonov deal back in March (which is pretty aging, obviously).

After the deal, I spoke with fellow Marc-Olivier Cook about the matter, and the latter sparked the idea of ​​seeing Dadonov alongside Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield next year. Today, Marc Antoine Godinmontreal sports He also raised this scenario in his paper on a newcomer to CH.

And whenever I think about it,The more this scenario makes sense to me.

Consider the current state of CH: the team has just begun to rebuild, and as he himself says, a playoffs in 2022-23 is a somewhat unlikely scenario. Next season will focus more on developing young players rather than winning at any cost (although the team is still hoping to win a few games, of course).

So a man like Dadonov, who was in his last year of the decade, could become a good bargaining chip on the next trade deadline. CH will have the luxury of withholding 50% of his salary, and if he plays good hockey in the early months of the season, Dadonov is $2.5 million hit the cap become interesting.

He probably won’t get the first option, but if CH does get anything, it would be a good thing considering they traded in Weber’s hefty contract for Dadonov.

However, if CH wants to increase the value he will get for Dadonov, he will have to distinguish him (or in Show, if you like better). And since the Russian striker is not exactly a competitor to the Selke Trophy, his market value will drop to a whole lot of points.

See what I mean?

By putting Dadonov alongside Caufield and Suzuki, the team puts the odds in his favor to see him produce. We must not forget that Dadonov is not just offensive spades: the guy is able to score, and if he plays together with the two small ones, then his offensive punches will allow him to follow them (in the opponent’s area, at least).

Even for the little ones, playing alongside a guy like Dadonov can be a good thing. This could put some pressure on them in the attack zone (a guy like Dadonov is more threatening than Joel Jeremiah, for example, and other teams know that) and they’ll have one of their seasoned warriors by their side.

Otherwise, should CH decide on Shane Wright, Dadonov could then be transferred to him to offer him a good Maven capable of good offensive play. However, I’m seeing more guys like Mike Hoffman and Brendan Gallagher playing alongside Wright.

In short, a scenario to consider, and Marc-Antoine Godin’s excellent text (which I’m giving you here) paints a good picture of what Dadonov could bring to CH on the ice and in a potential deal.

I can’t wait to see where we play with him.

Many of

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