Top 3 most tradeable Washington Capitals players.
The Washington Capitals are very likely to make a move soon. They could make it right after we publish this article. They could make it a few hours from now. Maybe tomorrow. Maybe around the draft. But this much is known, the team does want to re-sign Brenden Dillon.
Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman reported in his 31 Thoughts column on the Capitals that they want to move salary money to keep Dillon, writing exactly that.
Washington is trying to move money to keep Brenden Dillon.
How will the Caps move money? Simple, by making a trade. Don’t worry Evgeny Kuznetsov, you’re safe. He’s not mentioned on this list so you can’t get angry about that. Plus I don’t think moving him will solve anything but rather make things worse.
In order to keep Brenden Dillon, they’ll most likely have to move a defenseman but we included a forward on this list too because you know, anything can happen in this silly offseason that is about to get sillier.
Without further ado, here is the list I came up with, the most tradeable players in 2020. I’m sorry if I offend anybody who reads this post or player.