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Accepting Cap Dumps

Créé par: Hellochris06
Date de création initiale: 1 mai 2019
Publié: 1 mai 2019
Équipe: 2019-20 Red Wings de Detroit
Explications
The fourth going to Tampa could be a third if that makes it more palatable.
Transactions
1.
DET
  1. Callahan, Ryan
  2. 2019 1e round pick (TBL)
Détails additionnels:
Obviously NMC/NTCs need to be waived.
TBL
  1. 2019 4e round pick (DET)
2.
DET
  1. Darling, Scott
  2. 2019 2e round pick (BUF)
  3. 2019 2e round pick (NYR)
CAR
    Rachats de contrats
    • Stephen Weiss: 1 666 667 $
    • Xavier Ouellet: 216 667 $
    Transactions impliquant une retenue de salaire
    • David Savard: 1 062 500 $ (25%)
    • Mike Green: 2 687 500 $ (50%)
    • Richard Pánik: 1 375 000 $ (50%)
    • Patrik Nemeth: 1 500 000 $ (50%)
    ANNÉE DE REPÊCHAGERONDE 1RONDE 2RONDE 3RONDE 4RONDE 5RONDE 6RONDE 7
    2019
    DET
    TBL
    DET
    NYI
    SJS
    BUF
    NYR
    DET
    DET
    CBJ
    DET
    DET
    2020
    DET
    DET
    WSH
    DET
    SJS
    DET
    DET
    DET
    DET
    2021
    DET
    DET
    DET
    VGK
    DET
    DET
    DET
    DET
    TAILLE DE LA FORMATIONPLAFOND SALARIALCAP HITEXCÉDENTS BONISESPACE SOUS LE PLAFOND SALARIAL
    2279 500 000 $68 342 498 $145 000 $4 257 500 $11 157 502 $
    Ailier gaucheCentreAilier droit
    DET
    Bertuzzi, Tyler
    1 400 000 $
    AG, AD
    UFA - 1
    DET
    Larkin, Dylan
    6 100 000 $
    C, AG
    UFA - 4
    DET
    Mantha, Anthony
    3 300 000 $
    AD, AG
    UFA - 1
    DET
    Hirose, Taro
    925 000 $
    AG
    RFA - 1
    DET
    Athanasiou, Andreas
    3 000 000 $
    AG, AD
    UFA - 1
    DET
    Zadina, Filip
    894 167 $
    AD, AG
    RFA - 3
    DET
    Svechnikov, Evgeny
    863 333 $
    AG, AD
    RFA - 1
    DET
    Nielsen, Frans
    5 250 000 $
    C, AG
    NTC
    UFA - 3
    DET
    Rasmussen, Michael
    894 166 $
    AG, C, AD
    RFA - 2
    DET
    De La Rose, Jacob
    900 000 $
    C, AG
    UFA - 1
    DET
    Glendening, Luke
    1 800 000 $
    C, AD, AG
    UFA - 2
    DET
    Helm, Darren
    3 850 000 $
    C, AG, AD
    UFA - 2
    Défenseur gaucherDéfenseur droitierGardien de but
    DET
    DeKeyser, Danny
    5 000 000 $
    DG
    NTC
    UFA - 3
    DET
    Hronek, Filip
    714 166 $
    DD
    RFA - 2
    DET
    Howard, Jimmy
    4 000 000 $
    G
    UFA - 1
    DET
    Daley, Trevor
    3 166 666 $
    DD
    NTC
    UFA - 1
    DET
    Green, Mike
    2 687 500 $
    DD
    NTC
    UFA - 1
    DET
    Bernier, Jonathan
    3 000 000 $
    G
    UFA - 2
    DET
    Cholowski, Dennis
    894 166 $
    DG
    RFA - 2
    DET
    Ericsson, Jonathan
    4 250 000 $
    DG
    NTC
    UFA - 1
    Laissés de côtéListe des blessés (IR)Liste des blessés à long terme (LTIR)
    TBL
    Callahan, Ryan
    5 800 000 $
    AD
    NMC NTC
    UFA - 1
    DET
    Zetterberg, Henrik
    6 083 333 $
    C
    UFA - 2
    DET
    Bowey, Madison
    1 000 000 $
    DD
    UFA - 1
    DET
    Franzen, Johan
    3 954 545 $
    AD, AG
    UFA - 1

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    1 mai 2019 à 10 h 37
    #1
    Go Jets Go
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    On behalf of Jets fans everywhere...what would you need to take on Kulikov's contract? 1 year @ $4 333 333
    1 mai 2019 à 10 h 39
    #2
    The Darkest Timeline
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    Callahan absolutely, id rather not have darling unless something great is coming back. Atleast a guy like Callahan has value as a 4th liner as leadership but darling just soaks up money. Now if we can get one of those sweet dmen Carolina seems to have endless supplies of then maybe.
    aedoran a aimé ceci.
    1 mai 2019 à 10 h 39
    #3
    The Darkest Timeline
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    Quoting: Rooney11
    On behalf of Jets fans everywhere...what would you need to take on Kulikov's contract? 1 year @ $4 333 333


    2nd probably, atleast Kulikov can sorta play
    1 mai 2019 à 10 h 44
    #4
    Go Jets Go
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    Quoting: Jfstompers
    2nd probably, atleast Kulikov can sorta play


    My thoughts exactly! Kulikov and a 2nd for a 7th or something like that.
    1 mai 2019 à 10 h 48
    #5
    Bruins Fan
    Rejoint: sept. 2018
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    I don't think there is any chance you get a 1st for one year of Callahan. As a Bruins fan I wouldn't give up more than a 2nd to get rid of Backes and his hit is for an extra year. He's a comparable player to Callahan as well; basically a 3rd / 4th liner now. The real money owed to Callahan is 4.7M dollars next season and Backes costs 5M over 2 years if traded after his bonus is paid out which makes them similar values. Most cap floor teams don't worry about the hit a player has, but they do worry about the actual money being paid to the player because it effects how much money the owner makes.
    1 mai 2019 à 10 h 54
    #6
    The Darkest Timeline
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    Quoting: Breakaway
    I don't think there is any chance you get a 1st for one year of Callahan. As a Bruins fan I wouldn't give up more than a 2nd to get rid of Backes and his hit is for an extra year. He's a comparable player to Callahan as well; basically a 3rd / 4th liner now. The real money owed to Callahan is 4.7M dollars next season and Backes costs 5M over 2 years if traded after his bonus is paid out which makes them similar values. Most cap floor teams don't worry about the hit a player has, but they do worry about the actual money being paid to the player because it effects how much money the owner makes.


    I agree the bruins wouldn't give more than a second but you can argue its now or never for tampa so maximizing every dollar means more for them. the bruins have the money to reup macavoy and carlo but together they probably cost just what point is going to make.
    1 mai 2019 à 10 h 56
    #7
    Démarrer sujet
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    Quoting: Breakaway
    I don't think there is any chance you get a 1st for one year of Callahan. As a Bruins fan I wouldn't give up more than a 2nd to get rid of Backes and his hit is for an extra year. He's a comparable player to Callahan as well; basically a 3rd / 4th liner now. The real money owed to Callahan is 4.7M dollars next season and Backes costs 5M over 2 years if traded after his bonus is paid out which makes them similar values. Most cap floor teams don't worry about the hit a player has, but they do worry about the actual money being paid to the player because it effects how much money the owner makes.


    Tampa in a real possible cap bind at the moment with Point putting up epic numbers. They might be willing.
    1 mai 2019 à 11 h 0
    #8
    Banni
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    Tampa declines easily. Not worth a 1st to move Callahan. He only has 1 year on his deal left and they can buy him out and save almost $4M instead and save the asset. Best you'll get is a 3rd round pick or a B- prospect.

    Carolina deal is interesting, but if its multiple 2nds then Detroit sends something of value to Carolina as well
    1 mai 2019 à 11 h 7
    #9
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    Quoting: Ryminister_27
    Tampa declines easily. Not worth a 1st to move Callahan. He only has 1 year on his deal left and they can buy him out and save almost $4M instead and save the asset. Best you'll get is a 3rd round pick or a B- prospect.

    Carolina deal is interesting, but if its multiple 2nds then Detroit sends something of value to Carolina as well


    For those specific second round picks I would be willing to send a 4th or 3rd back. Or maybe a lesser prospect.
    1 mai 2019 à 20 h 12
    #10
    Bruins Fan
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    Quoting: Hellochris06
    Tampa in a real possible cap bind at the moment with Point putting up epic numbers. They might be willing.


    Might is the key word here. They'd look everywhere else first if that was the price for Detroit. Maybe they find a taker for less maybe they don't but thats a hell of a lot to pay to shed about 6M for 1 season.
    3 mai 2019 à 3 h 8
    #11
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    Quoting: Breakaway
    I don't think there is any chance you get a 1st for one year of Callahan. As a Bruins fan I wouldn't give up more than a 2nd to get rid of Backes and his hit is for an extra year. He's a comparable player to Callahan as well; basically a 3rd / 4th liner now. The real money owed to Callahan is 4.7M dollars next season and Backes costs 5M over 2 years if traded after his bonus is paid out which makes them similar values. Most cap floor teams don't worry about the hit a player has, but they do worry about the actual money being paid to the player because it effects how much money the owner makes.
    The Bruins (68.696M to 19 players with only the RFA d-men to really worry about) aren't in cap hell like Tampa.

    Tampa is in so much salary cap trouble (71.123M committed to 16 players. With a significant raise due to 40 goal scorer RFA Brayden Point. Plus 3 d-men slots to fill. Oh and they have to leave room to re-sign Vasilevskiy, Sergachev, and Cernak the following year so taking on multi-year contracts becomes an issue. ).

    And the way the Wings get a first is to include Trevor Daley and retain 50% of his salary. 1.583M cap hit for a 3rd pair d-man and taking Callahan's contract. Assuming Callahan didn't block a trade to Detroit this year on his MNTC list (and Yzerman would know that already). This solves Detroit's need to let its 2 defensive prospects play minutes in the NHL (Cholowski and Hronek).
    3 mai 2019 à 16 h 36
    #12
    Bruins Fan
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    Quoting: dca919
    The Bruins (68.696M to 19 players with only the RFA d-men to really worry about) aren't in cap hell like Tampa.

    Tampa is in so much salary cap trouble (71.123M committed to 16 players. With a significant raise due to 40 goal scorer RFA Brayden Point. Plus 3 d-men slots to fill. Oh and they have to leave room to re-sign Vasilevskiy, Sergachev, and Cernak the following year so taking on multi-year contracts becomes an issue. ).

    And the way the Wings get a first is to include Trevor Daley and retain 50% of his salary. 1.583M cap hit for a 3rd pair d-man and taking Callahan's contract. Assuming Callahan didn't block a trade to Detroit this year on his MNTC list (and Yzerman would know that already). This solves Detroit's need to let its 2 defensive prospects play minutes in the NHL (Cholowski and Hronek).


    Tampa Bay can go ahead and trade Yanni Gourde or JT Miller for some high end assets like players on ELC's. They can also resign their older defensemen for less then they paid them this past season. Everyone acts like Tampa needs to keep all their assets and win now, but if they're smart they'll keep their picks and trade some prime age talent for ELC's or 1st round picks. They could probably get a 1st for either Gourde or Miller and thats the way to extend your window. Nobody good on the Lightning is even 30 yet lol. Stamkos 29, McDonagh 29, Johnson 28, Hedman 28, Palat 28, everyone else is younger except the old UFA Dmen that'll be affordable if they want to win.
     
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