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OVECHKIN UFA

Créé par: tylerstenson
Date de création initiale: oct 21, 2020
Publié: 21 oct 2020 à 19 h 02
Équipe: 2021-22 Canucks de Vancouver
Explications
just imagine the one-timers on that top PP unit

P.S. this was meant to re-unite Ovi to Beagle, Holtby and Schmidt, but then i realized that 2 of the 3 would need to be gone lol
Signatures de joueurs autonomes
LISTE DE RÉSERVEANSCAP HIT
Podkolzin, Vasily3925 000 $
Tryamkin, Nikita21 250 000 $
RFAANSCAP HIT
Hughes, Quinn26 500 000 $
Pettersson, Elias810 000 000 $
Demko, Thatcher33 333 333 $
Gaudette, Adam43 200 000 $
Juolevi, Olli1950 000 $
Rafferty, Brogan2900 000 $
Virtanen, Jake22 400 000 $
Hawryluk, Jayce21 000 000 $
Lind, Kole1850 000 $
Chatfield, Jalen1850 000 $
UFAANSCAP HIT
Ovechkin, Alex37 000 000 $
Halák, Jaroslav22 250 000 $
Transactions
VAN
    retired
    ANA
    1. Ferland, Micheal
    VAN
      seattle pick
      ANA
      1. Holtby, Braden
      VAN
        cap dump
        ANA
        1. Eriksson, Loui
        2. Woo, Jett
        3. 2021 3e round pick (VAN)
        Frais appliqués
        • Roberto Luongo: 3 035 212 $
        Enfoui
        • Antoine Roussel: 1 875 000 $ (3 000 000 $)
        • Jay Beagle: 1 875 000 $ (3 000 000 $)
        ANNÉE DE REPÊCHAGERONDE 1RONDE 2RONDE 3RONDE 4RONDE 5RONDE 6RONDE 7
        2021
        VAN
        VAN
        VAN
        VAN
        VAN
        VAN
        2022
        VAN
        VAN
        VAN
        VAN
        VAN
        VAN
        2023
        VAN
        VAN
        VAN
        VAN
        VAN
        VAN
        VAN
        TAILLE DE LA FORMATIONPLAFOND SALARIALCAP HITEXCÉDENTS BONISESPACE SOUS LE PLAFOND SALARIAL
        2381 500 000 $80 635 212 $0 $1 050 000 $864 788 $

        Formation

        Ailier gaucheCentreAilier droit
        Ovechkin, Alex
        7 000 000 $
        AG, AD
        UFA
        VAN
        Pettersson, Elias
        10 000 000 $
        C
        RFA
        VAN
        Boeser, Brock
        5 875 000 $
        AD
        RFA - 1
        VAN
        Miller, J.T.
        5 250 000 $
        AG
        UFA - 2
        VAN
        Horvat, Bo
        5 500 000 $
        C
        UFA - 2
        VAN
        Virtanen, Jake
        2 400 000 $
        AD, AG
        RFA - 1
        VAN
        Höglander, Nils
        891 667 $
        AG
        RFA - 2
        VAN
        Gaudette, Adam
        3 200 000 $
        C
        RFA
        VAN
        Podkolzin, Vasily
        925 000 $
        AD
        RFA
        VAN
        Hawryluk, Jayce
        1 000 000 $
        AG, C
        RFA
        VAN
        MacEwen, Zack
        825 000 $
        C, AD
        RFA - 1
        VAN
        Motte, Tyler
        1 225 000 $
        AG, C
        UFA - 1
        VAN
        Lind, Kole
        850 000 $
        AD
        RFA
        Défenseur gaucherDéfenseur droitierGardien de but
        VAN
        Hughes, Quinn
        6 500 000 $
        DG
        RFA
        VAN
        Schmidt, Nate
        5 950 000 $
        DG/DD
        NTC
        UFA - 4
        VAN
        Demko, Thatcher
        3 333 333 $
        G
        RFA
        VAN
        Juolevi, Olli
        950 000 $
        DG
        RFA
        VAN
        Rafferty, Brogan
        900 000 $
        DD
        RFA
        Halák, Jaroslav
        2 250 000 $
        G
        UFA
        VAN
        Rathbone, Jack
        925 000 $
        DG
        RFA - 1
        VAN
        Myers, Tyler
        6 000 000 $
        DD
        NTC
        UFA - 3
        VAN
        Tryamkin, Nikita
        1 250 000 $
        DG
        RFA
        VAN
        Chatfield, Jalen
        850 000 $
        DD
        RFA

        Unités spéciales

        Avantage numérique 1
        Miller, J.
        Horvat, B.
        Pettersson, E.
        Ovechkin, A.
        Hughes, Q.
        Avantage numérique 2
        Boeser, B.
        Gaudette, A.
        Höglander, N.
        Virtanen, J.
        Schmidt, N.
        Infériorité numérique 1
        Miller, J.
        Motte, T.
        Juolevi, O.
        Schmidt, N.
        Infériorité numérique 2
        Hawryluk, J.
        Podkolzin, V.
        Hughes, Q.
        Myers, T.

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        21 oct 2020 à 19 h 05
        #1
        Please win the cup
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        Heck of a first Line
        21 oct 2020 à 19 h 08
        #2
        Go Wings Go
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        Ovechkin isn't signing for no $7 million per, Reportedly he wants closer to $10 million per and with Hughes and Pettersson gting big deals Ovechkin is a pipedream.
        ALitteral a aimé ceci.
        21 oct 2020 à 19 h 08
        #3
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        tstense
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        Quoting: MapleLeafsfan2003
        Heck of a first Line


        honestly, i think this is a pretty perfect line-up, other than Myers on the roster at that price. Take him out and find a way to move Roussel, Beagle, there could be some real depth added to the defense. Cant also forget that the luongo recapture still takes up 3M too
        21 oct 2020 à 19 h 09
        #4
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        tstense
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        Quoting: DiehardRedWingsFan58
        Ovechkin isn't signing for no $7 million per, Reportedly he wants closer to $10 million per and with Hughes and Pettersson gting big deals Ovechkin is a pipedream.


        any idea how many years he wants @ 10M? thats very steep for an aging player, of course it is Ovi though. most id want to pay is 8.5x2
        21 oct 2020 à 19 h 11
        #5
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        I have to imagine that 31 teams call him if he hits free agency. I cannot imagine Ovi getting less than 8 figures if that is truly what he wants. It’s worth it at that price for the Caps to keep him for the career goals chase alone.
        tylerstenson et Eli a aimé ceci.
        21 oct 2020 à 19 h 12
        #6
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        Quoting: ALitteral
        I have to imagine that 31 teams call him if he hits free agency. I cannot imagine Ovi getting less than 8 figures if that is truly what he wants. It’s worth it at that price for the Caps to keep him for the career goals chase alone.


        understandable. I wouldnt wanna be paying more than what he already is getting, but im sure youre right that someone would
        ALitteral a aimé ceci.
        21 oct 2020 à 19 h 14
        #7
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        Quoting: tylerstenson
        any idea how many years he wants @ 10M? thats very steep for an aging player, of course it is Ovi though. most id want to pay is 8.5x2



        He is actually asking for 12-13m and probably a shorter term
        21 oct 2020 à 19 h 16
        #8
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        Quoting: NYR1983
        He is actually asking for 12-13m and probably a shorter term


        yikes but maybe he knows that demko will stop him from reaching the goals record so he's forced to join him
        21 oct 2020 à 19 h 18
        #9
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        Quoting: tylerstenson
        yikes but maybe he knows that demko will stop him from reaching the goals record so he's forced to join him


        Hahaha I don’t those 2 games a year will slow him down and if it’s Holtby in there I bet he scores 3 knowing his weaknesses from the pass 10 years
        tylerstenson a aimé ceci.
        21 oct 2020 à 19 h 20
        #10
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        Quoting: NYR1983
        Hahaha I don’t those 2 games a year will slow him down and if it’s Holtby in there I bet he scores 3 knowing his weaknesses from the pass 10 years


        oh theyll matter. he'll regret his decision for the rest of his life
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        21 oct 2020 à 20 h 18
        #11
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        Quoting: NYR1983
        He is actually asking for 12-13m and probably a shorter term


        Worth the price of admission for any franchise to put people in the seats (circumstances willing) and jersey sales. If he care to philly, I’d line up for the gear and the show.
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        21 oct 2020 à 21 h 19
        #12
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        1. I don’t think the Canucks will struggle to put butts in seats

        2. OV on the right side with Miller and Pettersson is a better first line. Or Podkolzin on the right of EP and OV with Boeser on your 2nd line as you have it constructed.

        3. Jake won’t be on the Canucks. There is no way Jake makes it to the 21/22 season, he’ll be traded by the 2021 deadline if he’s not traded later this summer after he resigns. Podkolzin is probably a better fit in the 1st/2nd line anyway.

        4. Even with 1 year left, I don’t think Woo and a 3rd gets Loui off the books unless you are retaining 50%. I don’t think Woo is going to blow anyone’s socks off, so you will need to give up more. However, Woo and a 3rd would probably get Seattle to take Myers and the rest of his ugly contract.

        5. You can trade a 50% retained Roussel for more cap relief than burying him.

        6. You could potentially buyout Loui’s last year for $2mil in cap space, and keep those assists for something else. Couple that with #5 and you save as much as

        7. That d-core is really weak after Hughes and Schmidt. It’s a 1&2, and then a bunch of 5s, 6s and 7s even with Myers.

        8. Holtby under Ian Clark >>>>>>> Halak and will likely have some really good trade value after the expansion draft if he can regain his form from 2017.

        9. This should probably be #1. But there is no way the canucks sign Hughes to a 6.5x2 bridge deal. He’s well above a Chabot, so maybe 8x2, but why when you can probably get him locked up at 9.5x8?
        22 oct 2020 à 13 h 05
        #13
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        Quoting: SDR
        1. I don’t think the Canucks will struggle to put butts in seats

        2. OV on the right side with Miller and Pettersson is a better first line. Or Podkolzin on the right of EP and OV with Boeser on your 2nd line as you have it constructed.

        3. Jake won’t be on the Canucks. There is no way Jake makes it to the 21/22 season, he’ll be traded by the 2021 deadline if he’s not traded later this summer after he resigns. Podkolzin is probably a better fit in the 1st/2nd line anyway.

        4. Even with 1 year left, I don’t think Woo and a 3rd gets Loui off the books unless you are retaining 50%. I don’t think Woo is going to blow anyone’s socks off, so you will need to give up more. However, Woo and a 3rd would probably get Seattle to take Myers and the rest of his ugly contract.

        5. You can trade a 50% retained Roussel for more cap relief than burying him.

        6. You could potentially buyout Loui’s last year for $2mil in cap space, and keep those assists for something else. Couple that with #5 and you save as much as

        7. That d-core is really weak after Hughes and Schmidt. It’s a 1&2, and then a bunch of 5s, 6s and 7s even with Myers.

        8. Holtby under Ian Clark >>>>>>> Halak and will likely have some really good trade value after the expansion draft if he can regain his form from 2017.

        9. This should probably be #1. But there is no way the canucks sign Hughes to a 6.5x2 bridge deal. He’s well above a Chabot, so maybe 8x2, but why when you can probably get him locked up at 9.5x8?


        dont think hughes or the canucks will look to make long term deal with flat cap
         
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