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Next Three Years - Year 3 SEA

Créé par: TheFlamingC
Date de création initiale: mai 25, 2019
Publié: 26 mai 2019 à 17 h 16
Équipe: 2021-22 Flames de Calgary
Signatures de joueurs autonomes
LISTE DE RÉSERVEANSCAP HIT
Emilio Pettersen, Mathias3800 000 $
Koumontzis, Demetrios3800 000 $
Lindström, Linus3800 000 $
Roman, Milos3800 000 $
Sveningsson, Filip3800 000 $
Tuulola, Eetu3800 000 $
RFAANSCAP HIT
Andersson, Rasmus74 950 000 $
Bennett, Sam12 500 000 $
Gawdin, Glenn1750 000 $
Kylington, Oliver21 250 000 $
Lerby, Carl-Johan1925 000 $
Mangiapane, Andrew1975 000 $
Nielsen, Andrew1750 000 $
Parsons, Tyler1750 000 $
Phillips, Matthew2750 000 $
Philp, Luke2750 000 $
Quine, Alan1750 000 $
Rittich, David22 850 000 $
Schneider, Nick1750 000 $
Tkachuk, Matthew67 350 000 $
Valiev, Rinat1750 000 $
Yelesin, Alexander31 250 000 $
Zagidulin, Artyom1750 000 $
Välimäki, Juuso84 950 000 $
Dubé, Dillon86 000 000 $
UFAANSCAP HIT
Hall, Taylor610 000 000 $
Ferland, Micheal24 250 000 $
Mrázek, Petr12 850 000 $
Hamonic, Travis44 500 000 $
CRÉÉANSCAP HIT
Leason, Brett1925 000 $
Transactions
CGY
  1. Kadri, Nazem
TOR
  1. Jankowski, Mark [Droits de RFA]
  2. 2020 2e round pick (CGY)
Détails additionnels:
TJ Brodie
CGY
  1. Zucker, Jason
MIN
  1. 2020 1e round pick (CGY)
Michael Frolik
Austin Czarnik
CGY
    Ryan Reaves
    VGK
    1. 2020 3e round pick (CGY)
    Michael Stone (750000 retained)
    CGY
    1. 2019 4e round pick (ANA)
    ANA
    1. Neal, James
    CGY
    1. 2020 3e round pick (MTL)
    MTL
      Derek Ryan
      CGY
      1. Frost, Morgan
      2. Ratcliffe, Isaac
      3. 2020 1e round pick (PHI)
      4. 2020 3e round pick (PHI)
      PHI
      1. Gaudreau, Johnny
      CGY
      1. Nylander, William
      TOR
      1. Giordano, Mark
      CGY
        TOR
        1. Backlund, Mikael
        2. 2021 2e round pick (CGY)
        Détails additionnels:
        to Seattle
        Rachats de contrats
        • Troy Brouwer: 1 500 000 $
        ANNÉE DE REPÊCHAGERONDE 1RONDE 2RONDE 3RONDE 4RONDE 5RONDE 6RONDE 7
        2019
        CGY
        CGY
        NYI
        ANA
        CGY
        CAR
        2020
        PHI
        MTL
        PHI
        CGY
        CGY
        CGY
        2021
        CGY
        CGY
        CGY
        CGY
        CGY
        CGY
        TAILLE DE LA FORMATIONPLAFOND SALARIALCAP HITEXCÉDENTS BONISESPACE SOUS LE PLAFOND SALARIAL
        2190 000 000 $89 925 699 $0 $0 $74 301 $
        Ailier gaucheCentreAilier droit
        Hall, Taylor
        10 000 000 $
        AG
        UFA
        CGY
        Monahan, Sean
        6 375 000 $
        C
        NTC
        UFA - 2
        CGY
        Lindholm, Elias
        4 850 000 $
        AD, C
        UFA - 3
        CGY
        Tkachuk, Matthew
        7 350 000 $
        AG, AD
        RFA - 1
        TOR
        Kadri, Nazem
        4 500 000 $
        C
        NTC
        UFA - 1
        MIN
        Zucker, Jason
        5 500 000 $
        AG, AD
        NTC
        UFA - 2
        Ferland, Micheal
        4 250 000 $
        AG, AD
        NTC
        UFA - 2
        CGY
        Dubé, Dillon
        6 000 000 $
        AD, AG
        RFA
        TOR
        Nylander, William
        6 962 366 $
        AD, AG
        UFA - 3
        CGY
        Mangiapane, Andrew
        975 000 $
        AG, AD
        RFA - 1
        PHI
        Frost, Morgan
        863 333 $
        C
        RFA - 1
        CGY
        Bennett, Sam
        2 500 000 $
        C, AG
        RFA
        Défenseur gaucherDéfenseur droitierGardien de but
        CGY
        Hanifin, Noah
        4 950 000 $
        DG
        UFA - 3
        CGY
        Hamonic, Travis
        4 500 000 $
        DD
        UFA
        Mrázek, Petr
        2 850 000 $
        G
        UFA
        CGY
        Välimäki, Juuso
        4 950 000 $
        DG
        RFA
        CGY
        Andersson, Rasmus
        4 950 000 $
        DD
        UFA - 5
        CGY
        Rittich, David
        2 850 000 $
        G
        UFA
        CGY
        Kylington, Oliver
        1 250 000 $
        DG
        RFA
        CGY
        Yelesin, Alexander
        1 250 000 $
        DD
        RFA
        Laissés de côtéListe des blessés (IR)Liste des blessés à long terme (LTIR)
        CGY
        Quine, Alan
        750 000 $
        C
        UFA

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        26 mai 2019 à 17 h 23
        #1
        Stars and Bolts fan
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        Well... Let's just say that you're an optimist with this team.
        bkoopi69 a aimé ceci.
        26 mai 2019 à 17 h 25
        #2
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        Quoting: BurgerBoss
        Well... Let's just say that you're an optimist with this team.


        What do you mean?
        26 mai 2019 à 17 h 48
        #3
        Stars and Bolts fan
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        Quoting: TheFlamingC
        What do you mean?


        That team is freaking insane. Straight outta videogame. Some of the players will never accept those contracts, not to mention that SEA wouldn't be taking 33 year old Backlund. They'd take someone younger.
        26 mai 2019 à 17 h 50
        #4
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        Quoting: BurgerBoss
        That team is freaking insane. Straight outta videogame. Some of the players will never accept those contracts, not to mention that SEA wouldn't be taking 33 year old Backlund. They'd take someone younger.


        Then should I bump the pick up to a 1st to make them take him? And who doesn't take those contracts?
        26 mai 2019 à 18 h 02
        #5
        GOAT Uniform
        Rejoint: mar 2018
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        Quoting: TheFlamingC
        Then should I bump the pick up to a 1st to make them take him? And who doesn't take those contracts?


        Well just a rule of thumb; if you're going to offer 7+ years to a player, they are going to want to see significant money coming back their way. You'll have to initially overpay for a contract of that length, because with a 7+ year deal, it's likely the biggest deal some of these players are going to see. Tkachuk is going to see money similar to what just about every 70+ point player is seeing. He may not get it right now, but when he gets his 7+ year deal, he'll see $8.5M+ per season on his contract. Same goes for guys like Valimaki & Dube. You may be able to get away with the money you're paying them here, if they sign 3-5 year deals. If you want them to agree to a 7+ year contract, you are going to have to bump up the salaries of both significantly.
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        26 mai 2019 à 18 h 21
        #6
        Watches no games
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        * Trades Gaudreau for Frost

        Hmm.. Yeah I can sorta see that in a scenario where Frost develops into something real and Johnny says he won't sign the next contract this far away from home, interesting...

        * Plays Frost on the 4th line

        Mate what?
        26 mai 2019 à 18 h 35
        #7
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        Quoting: MelonVK
        * Trades Gaudreau for Frost

        Hmm.. Yeah I can sorta see that in a scenario where Frost develops into something real and Johnny says he won't sign the next contract this far away from home, interesting...

        * Plays Frost on the 4th line

        Mate what?


        I don't have room on another line. They're all full.
        26 mai 2019 à 18 h 50
        #8
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        Quoting: TheFlamingC
        I don't have room on another line. They're all full.


        I was more thinking in the sense that if he's good enough to be the main piece in a Gaudreau trade he's probably beating out Kadri at 2C
        26 mai 2019 à 19 h 10
        #9
        LongtimeLeafsufferer
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        Quoting: BurgerBoss
        That team is freaking insane. Straight outta videogame. Some of the players will never accept those contracts, not to mention that SEA wouldn't be taking 33 year old Backlund. They'd take someone younger.


        Especially closer to the expansion draft we are going to see all kinds of trades to Seattle. Overpaid NHLers with term and Seattle gets a second rounder . So after the expansion draft, Seattle will have a cap of 150m and have 31 additional second round picks.
        justaBoss a aimé ceci.
        26 mai 2019 à 20 h 17
        #10
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        Quoting: MelonVK
        I was more thinking in the sense that if he's good enough to be the main piece in a Gaudreau trade he's probably beating out Kadri at 2C


        Good point
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        26 mai 2019 à 23 h 02
        #11
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        Quoting: Heiskanen4Vezina
        Well just a rule of thumb; if you're going to offer 7+ years to a player, they are going to want to see significant money coming back their way. You'll have to initially overpay for a contract of that length, because with a 7+ year deal, it's likely the biggest deal some of these players are going to see. Tkachuk is going to see money similar to what just about every 70+ point player is seeing. He may not get it right now, but when he gets his 7+ year deal, he'll see $8.5M+ per season on his contract. Same goes for guys like Valimaki & Dube. You may be able to get away with the money you're paying them here, if they sign 3-5 year deals. If you want them to agree to a 7+ year contract, you are going to have to bump up the salaries of both significantly.


        Disagree, those young guys are going to get 2-7 to 8 year contracts. The first could be for a bit less.
         
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