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NHL players who could be traded this offseason

Yardbarker Logo By Adam Gretz of Yardbarker | Slide 2 of 16: Chychrun's name has been involved in trade rumors for the better half of a year now, and it is easy to understand why other teams would be in the market for him. He is still young, and in the prime of his career; he is really good, and best of all, he is still signed long-term on an incredible cap/team-friendly contract, counting just $4.6 million against the cap per season over the next three years. That alone should make him a desirable trade target. That also means Arizona should not just give him away. Yes, they are deep into a rebuild and shedding players for future assets. But at some point, you have to keep somebody, and there should be no rush to move a player like this until they either A) absolutely have to, or B) he asks out. 

Jakob Chychrun, Arizona Coyotes

Chychrun's name has been involved in trade rumors for the better half of a year now, and it is easy to understand why other teams would be in the market for him. He is still young, and in the prime of his career; he is really good, and best of all, he is still signed long-term on an incredible cap/team-friendly contract, counting just $4.6 million against the cap per season over the next three years. That alone should make him a desirable trade target. That also means Arizona should not just give him away. Yes, they are deep into a rebuild and shedding players for future assets. But at some point, you have to keep somebody, and there should be no rush to move a player like this until they either A) absolutely have to, or B) he asks out. 

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