You’re talking about giving up the next six years or so of Timmins for either 20 games of Kreider or 100 games of Tatar (not including playoffs). Timmins isn’t the caliber of prospect as Makar was or Byram is but he’s still damn good. A likely top-four defender in the NHL. His skating is certainly the biggest downside of his game as he can get beat wide at times but the same is true of Ryan Graves right now. High IQ can take you a long way in the NHL and there may not be a smarter player in Colorado’s entire system than Timmins. You can make an argument that with Byram coming, he’s certainly the odd-man-out of the youngsters and might be more valuable as a trade piece. Or, you just see what you have and try to build a top four that stays together for at least five years, potentially more. They’re in rare air here.