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Créé par: VastBluepuppy424
Date de création initiale: sep 24, 2020
Publié: 24 sep à 18 h 22
Équipe: 2020-21 Lightning de Tampa Bay
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LISTE DE RÉSERVEANSCAP HIT
Puljujärvi, Jesse2900 000 $
RFAANSCAP HIT
Mittelstadt, Casey3900 000 $
Volkov, Alexander3900 000 $
Cernak, Erik22 000 000 $
Sergachev, Mikhail34 500 000 $
Stephens, Mitchell1700 000 $
Verhaeghe, Carter1700 000 $
UFAANSCAP HIT
Bogosian, Zach11 250 000 $
Shattenkirk, Kevin12 000 000 $
Transactions
TBL
    Retireds
    ANA
    1. Coburn, Braydon
    TBL
    1. Mittelstadt, Casey [Droits de RFA]
    2. 2020 1e round pick (BUF)
    BUF
    1. Cirelli, Anthony [Droits de RFA]
    2. 2020 3e round pick (TBL)
    TBL
    1. Puljujärvi, Jesse [Liste de réserve]
    2. Archibald, Josh
    EDM
    1. Killorn, Alex
    2. 2020 2e round pick (TBL)
    TBL
      Help out your local Detroit Red Wings, they need help
      DET
      1. 2020 7e round pick (TBL)
      TBL
      1. 2021 3e round pick (MIN)
      Pick will go up to 2021 2nd if Johnson gets .50 PPG playing at least 32 games

      Also boo hoo you didn't get cirelli so you declined. here a tip, give johnson 1st line minutes on the 1st line so that he gives you some points you expect from him aka 50 points in 82 games. I add ABB if you want a future C
      MIN
      1. Johnson, Tyler
      2. Barré-Boulet, Alex
      TBL
        well that 2nd line points
        MIN
          Rachats de contrats
          • Vincent Lecavalier: 0 $
          ANNÉE DE REPÊCHAGERONDE 1RONDE 2RONDE 3RONDE 4RONDE 5RONDE 6RONDE 7
          2020
          BUF
          PHI
          TBL
          DET
          TBL
          OTT
          2021
          TBL
          TBL
          TBL
          MIN
          TBL
          TBL
          TBL
          TBL
          NSH
          NJD
          2022
          TBL
          TBL
          TBL
          TBL
          TBL
          TBL
          TBL
          TAILLE DE LA FORMATIONPLAFOND SALARIALCAP HITEXCÉDENTS BONISESPACE SOUS LE PLAFOND SALARIAL
          2381 500 000 $81 291 666 $0 $500 000 $208 334 $

          Formation

          Ailier gaucheCentreAilier droit
          TBL
          Palat, Ondrej
          5 300 000 $
          AD, AG
          NTC
          UFA - 2
          TBL
          Point, Brayden
          6 750 000 $
          C, AD
          RFA - 2
          TBL
          Kucherov, Nikita
          9 500 000 $
          AD
          NMC
          UFA - 7
          TBL
          Stamkos, Steven
          8 500 000 $
          C, AD
          NMC
          UFA - 4
          Mittelstadt, Casey
          900 000 $
          C
          RFA
          Puljujärvi, Jesse
          900 000 $
          AD
          RFA - 2
          TBL
          Goodrow, Barclay
          925 000 $
          AG
          UFA - 1
          TBL
          Gourde, Yanni
          5 166 666 $
          AD, AG, C
          NTC
          UFA - 5
          TBL
          Coleman, Blake
          1 800 000 $
          C, AG, AD
          UFA - 1
          TBL
          Volkov, Alexander
          900 000 $
          AG, AD
          RFA
          TBL
          Paquette, Cédric
          1 650 000 $
          C, AG
          UFA - 1
          EDM
          Archibald, Josh
          1 500 000 $
          AD
          UFA - 2
          Défenseur gaucherDéfenseur droitierGardien de but
          TBL
          Hedman, Victor
          7 875 000 $
          DG
          NMC
          UFA - 5
          TBL
          Foote, Cal
          925 000 $
          DD
          RFA - 1
          TBL
          Vasilevskiy, Andrei
          9 500 000 $
          G
          UFA - 8
          TBL
          McDonagh, Ryan
          6 750 000 $
          DG
          NTC
          UFA - 6
          TBL
          Cernak, Erik
          2 000 000 $
          DD
          RFA
          TBL
          McElhinney, Curtis
          1 300 000 $
          G
          UFA - 1
          TBL
          Sergachev, Mikhail
          4 500 000 $
          DG
          RFA - 3
          TBL
          Shattenkirk, Kevin
          2 000 000 $
          DD
          NTC
          UFA - 3
          Laissés de côtéListe des blessés (IR)Liste des blessés à long terme (LTIR)
          TBL
          Verhaeghe, Carter
          700 000 $
          C, AG
          RFA - 2
          TBL
          Stephens, Mitchell
          700 000 $
          C
          RFA - 2
          TBL
          Bogosian, Zach
          1 250 000 $
          DD
          NTC
          UFA - 1

          Unités spéciales

          Avantage numérique 1
          Palat, O.
          Point, B.
          Kucherov, N.
          Stamkos, S.
          Hedman, V.
          Avantage numérique 2
          Gourde, Y.
          Mittelstadt, C.
          Puljujärvi, J.
          Sergachev, M.
          Shattenkirk, K.
          Infériorité numérique 1
          Gourde, Y.
          Coleman, B.
          McDonagh, R.
          Cernak, E.
          Infériorité numérique 2
          Point, B.
          Palat, O.
          Goodrow, B.
          Sergachev, M.

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          24 sep à 18 h 37
          #1
          Hockey Fan13
          Rejoint: oct 2019
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          Wild aren't helping lightning with their cap unless it includes getting Cirelli.
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          24 sep à 18 h 42
          #2
          Rejoint: aoû 2020
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          Wild decline.
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          24 sep à 18 h 49
          #3
          Rejoint: jui 2016
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          Rutta gets resigned over Bogo. The guy has proved in 2 games he's worth keeping around next year.

          Quoting: Paul13
          Wild aren't helping lightning with their cap unless it includes getting Cirelli.


          You mean "the wild aren't picking up a top 6 forward at a discount price"
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          24 sep à 18 h 50
          #4
          Leafs
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          Quoting: Caerii
          Wild decline.


          sure they are if they still have no, or best case scenario only have one, top 6 center
          24 sep à 19 h 22
          #5
          Hockey Fan13
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          Quoting: Rangsey
          Rutta gets resigned over Bogo. The guy has proved in 2 games he's worth keeping around next year.



          You mean "the wild aren't picking up a top 6 forward at a discount price"


          Johnson is a 3rd line center on a good team. Wild don't need more wings, they need a top 6 center. Just because it's better than what you have isn't a reason to spend assets to get it. The goal is to get to a championship level, Johnson doesn't accomplish that.
          24 sep à 19 h 22
          #6
          Hockey Fan13
          Rejoint: oct 2019
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          Quoting: leafs101
          sure they are if they still have no, or best case scenario only have one, top 6 center


          Johnson isn't a top 6 center.
          24 sep à 19 h 25
          #7
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          Quoting: Paul13
          Johnson is a 3rd line center on a good team. Wild don't need more wings, they need a top 6 center. Just because it's better than what you have isn't a reason to spend assets to get it. The goal is to get to a championship level, Johnson doesn't accomplish that.


          he's actually second-line Center, but you have guys like stamkos, point, and Cirelli on your team, he would be a 4th line center, good thing he can play on the wing
          also 14 minutes on ice is way more difference than 16 minutes on ice or 18 minutes
          24 sep à 19 h 33
          #8
          Rejoint: aoû 2020
          Messages: 586
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          Interesting trade with Buffalo. Regarding Minnesota, I think if any deal goes down between the two teams it will include Stalock or Hunt given their ability to pay consistent minutes and low price.
          24 sep à 19 h 55
          #9
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          Quoting: jnowariak
          Interesting trade with Buffalo. Regarding Minnesota, I think if any deal goes down between the two teams it will include Stalock or Hunt given their ability to pay consistent minutes and low price.


          the buffalo trade came up with them getting a 2nd line center, yea they got staal but I think they still want to get Cirelli to replace O'Reilly, and some buffalo fans weren't really using Casey Mittelstadt, if they were, he would be in the 4th line. but I do believe Casey Mittelstadt will be very good playing with a lot of minutes and learning from guys like Stamkos.

          Tyler Johnson on the other hand will be a locker room guy who can score 50 points if he gets the minutes, he's not your long-term replacement but he will do fine
          24 sep à 20 h 34
          #10
          Rejoint: aoû 2020
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          Quoting: VastBluepuppy424
          the buffalo trade came up with them getting a 2nd line center, yea they got staal but I think they still want to get Cirelli to replace O'Reilly, and some buffalo fans weren't really using Casey Mittelstadt, if they were, he would be in the 4th line. but I do believe Casey Mittelstadt will be very good playing with a lot of minutes and learning from guys like Stamkos.

          Tyler Johnson on the other hand will be a locker room guy who can score 50 points if he gets the minutes, he's not your long-term replacement but he will do fine


          Yeah, I just don't see the Wild using assets on a mid 6 C. My one thought on Cirelli to Buffalo is what happens to Cozens? Probably just moves to wing but I wonder if thats the best use of assets, but getting Cirelli definitely placates Jack.
          24 sep à 23 h 42
          #11
          Rejoint: mai 2017
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          Buffalo says absolutely to that trade. Mitts is god awful. Cirelli is one if not the best defensive Centers in the game
          24 sep à 23 h 45
          #12
          Rejoint: mai 2017
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          Quoting: jnowariak
          Yeah, I just don't see the Wild using assets on a mid 6 C. My one thought on Cirelli to Buffalo is what happens to Cozens? Probably just moves to wing but I wonder if thats the best use of assets, but getting Cirelli definitely placates Jack.

          So I’d think for the first year it would be wise to play him with Staal on the wing and slowly transition him to C during the year if Staal slows down and can’t handle the C position bc of speed (or something like that). Staal will only be here for 1 year so that a perfect transition to either make Cirelli 2C and Cozens 3c (for now)
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          25 sep à 1 h 51
          #13
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          Quoting: Brian1590
          Buffalo says absolutely to that trade. Mitts is god awful. Cirelli is one if not the best defensive Centers in the game


          I'm glad you like it, I think this will work for both teams, Casey Mittelstadt gets to learn from the best so that he can get better while erasing the bust label, tampa get the 8th pick and Buffalo gets a long term second line Center sense Ryan O'Reilly and a 3rd round pick
          25 sep à 2 h 20
          #14
          Rejoint: fév 2018
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          Very kind of you to help out the Wings like that.
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          25 sep à 4 h 26
          #15
          Rejoint: mai 2019
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          Lmao that Cirelli trade. Mittelstadt is a bust, Cirelli is a future Selke trophy winner...
          25 sep à 11 h 54
          #16
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          Quoting: Zwui21
          Lmao that Cirelli trade. Mittelstadt is a bust, Cirelli is a future Selke trophy winner...


          I wouldn't put Mittelstadt at a bust just yet, if he can learn from guys like stamkos, he would shed that bust label
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          25 sep à 14 h 19
          #17
          Rejoint: avr 2018
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          Quoting: VastBluepuppy424
          I wouldn't put Mittelstadt at a bust just yet, if he can learn from guys like stamkos, he would shed that bust label


          Buffalo fans tend to be very hyperbolic and not watch the game very well.
          Mittelstadt has 39 pts at 21 yo, Cirelli had 11.
          Mittelstadt had 25 pts in 35 AHL games, Cirelli had 37 in 51 games.
          I guess we are trading one bust for another, LOL.
          So let's drop all of the picks and make one for one,

          I do not get to watch the Bolts much, so I am watching them in the playoffs. So my obversions:
          Cirelli is certainly a Selke candidate soon. He is anticipating the action well.
          At the time I wanted Botterill to pick Rutta off of waivers.
          I think it is obvious now why Bogosian was sent to the minors. Wow from the Sabres to getting your name on the Cup.
          Can I keep Mittelstadt and give you something else? He is not a bust.
          Samuel Morin, Emile Poirier and Morgan Klimchuk are first round busts from 2013, 19 games and 1 pt among them. Casey is not a bust yet.
          25 sep à 16 h 29
          #18
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          Quoting: gretzkyghosts
          Buffalo fans tend to be very hyperbolic and not watch the game very well.
          Mittelstadt has 39 pts at 21 yo, Cirelli had 11.
          Mittelstadt had 25 pts in 35 AHL games, Cirelli had 37 in 51 games.
          I guess we are trading one bust for another, LOL.
          So let's drop all of the picks and make one for one,

          I do not get to watch the Bolts much, so I am watching them in the playoffs. So my obversions:
          Cirelli is certainly a Selke candidate soon. He is anticipating the action well.
          At the time I wanted Botterill to pick Rutta off of waivers.
          I think it is obvious now why Bogosian was sent to the minors. Wow from the Sabres to getting your name on the Cup.
          Can I keep Mittelstadt and give you something else? He is not a bust.
          Samuel Morin, Emile Poirier and Morgan Klimchuk are first round busts from 2013, 19 games and 1 pt among them. Casey is not a bust yet.


          Cirelli is a defensive-minded player who can score and gets gritty when he have to. if he gets better on his faceoffs, he will win the Selke, in fact he's 4th in Selke voting behind the three guys you expected to win selke
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