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Balance

Créé par: Y2J1399
Date de création initiale: oct 28, 2020
Publié: 29 oct 2020 à 13 h 08
Équipe: 2020-21 Islanders de New York
Explications
Trades explained:
1) Minnesota: I feel like this would be a fair trade. Minnesota takes on half of Parise's contract while absorbing all of Leddy's since the term is much less than that of Parise.

2) Ottawa: I'm sure that whoever takes on Boychuk would have to get a 2nd or 3rd round pick with him to take his contract. If we include Bailey, it would eliminate the extra pick being included and we could take a chance at recouping at least the likes of a 4th round pick. If it has to be a worse pick, so be it. I even pushed it off til 2022, where Ottawa should be in a better situation.

3) Tampa: Taking a shot here but right now the Lightning are in cap trouble having slots to fill and still having to sign Cirelli as well. Maybe we can take advantage here. As far as the picks, two 2nd round picks should do it, combining that with a roster player in Aho of minimal salary.

The team is incredibly balanced in styles of play, great mix of lefties/righties and still a considerable amount of space left on the cap to ensure we can sign our FAs at the end of the season.

Signings:
Kovalchuk: Powerplay help, plain and simple. The guy can still shoot, especially in open space. Low risk, high reward.

Martin: More appropriate salary and good term for both sides.

Greene: Nice and simple, low salary for veteran help for the season.

Sergachev/Barzal: Short term (3 years each) for nice bridge deals.
Signatures de joueurs autonomes
RFAANSCAP HIT
Barzal, Mathew37 000 000 $
Pulock, Ryan66 000 000 $
Sergachev, Mikhail34 500 000 $
UFAANSCAP HIT
Greene, Andy11 000 000 $
Martin, Matt31 250 000 $
Kovalchuk, Ilya11 000 000 $
Transactions
NYI
  1. Parise, Zach (3 700 000 $ retained)
MIN
  1. Leddy, Nick
NYI
  1. 2022 4e round pick (OTT)
OTT
  1. Bailey, Josh
  2. Boychuk, Johnny
NYI
  1. Sergachev, Mikhail [Droits de RFA]
TBL
  1. Aho, Sebastian
  2. 2021 2e round pick (COL)
  3. 2022 2e round pick (NYI)
Rachats de contrats
  • Rick DiPietro: 0 $
Enfoui
  • Leo Komarov: 1 925 000 $ (3 000 000 $)
ANNÉE DE REPÊCHAGERONDE 1RONDE 2RONDE 3RONDE 4RONDE 5RONDE 6RONDE 7
2021
NYI
NYI
NYI
NYI
NYI
NYI
2022
NYI
COL
NYI
NYI
OTT
NYI
NYI
NYI
2023
NYI
NYI
NYI
NYI
NYI
NYI
NYI
TAILLE DE LA FORMATIONPLAFOND SALARIALCAP HITEXCÉDENTS BONISESPACE SOUS LE PLAFOND SALARIAL
2381 500 000 $75 001 795 $0 $3 075 000 $6 498 205 $

Formation

Ailier gaucheCentreAilier droit
MIN
Parise, Zach
3 838 461 $
AG
NMC
UFA - 5
NYI
Barzal, Mathew
7 000 000 $
C
RFA - 3
NYI
Eberle, Jordan
5 500 000 $
AD
NTC
UFA - 4
NYI
Lee, Anders
7 000 000 $
AG, C
NTC
UFA - 6
NYI
Nelson, Brock
6 000 000 $
C, AG
NTC
UFA - 5
NYI
Wahlstrom, Oliver
894 167 $
C, AD
RFA - 3
NYI
Beauvillier, Anthony
2 100 000 $
AG
RFA - 1
NYI
Pageau, Jean-Gabriel
5 000 000 $
C
NTC
UFA - 6
Kovalchuk, Ilya
1 000 000 $
AG, AD
UFA
Martin, Matt
1 250 000 $
AG, AD
UFA - 4
NYI
Cizikas, Casey
3 350 000 $
C
UFA - 1
NYI
Clutterbuck, Cal
3 500 000 $
AD
UFA - 2
Défenseur gaucherDéfenseur droitierGardien de but
NYI
Pelech, Adam
1 600 000 $
DG
RFA - 1
NYI
Mayfield, Scott
1 450 000 $
DD
UFA - 3
NYI
Varlamov, Semyon
5 000 000 $
G
NTC
UFA - 3
Sergachev, Mikhail
4 500 000 $
DG
RFA - 3
NYI
Pulock, Ryan
6 000 000 $
DD
UFA - 2
NYI
Sorokin, Ilya
2 000 000 $
G
RFA - 1
Greene, Andy
1 000 000 $
DG/DD
UFA - 1
NYI
Dobson, Noah
894 167 $
DD
RFA - 2
Laissés de côtéListe des blessés (IR)Liste des blessés à long terme (LTIR)
NYI
Johnston, Ross
1 000 000 $
AG
UFA - 2
NYI
Ladd, Andrew
5 500 000 $
AG
NTC
UFA - 3
NYI
Hickey, Thomas
2 500 000 $
DG
UFA - 2
NYI
Dal Colle, Michael
700 000 $
AG
RFA - 1

Unités spéciales

Avantage numérique 1
Wahlstrom, O.
Barzal, M.
Parise, Z.
Pulock, R.
Eberle, J.
Avantage numérique 2
Kovalchuk, I.
Pageau, J.
Lee, A.
Sergachev, M.
Beauvillier, A.
Infériorité numérique 1
Cizikas, C.
Martin, M.
Pelech, A.
Mayfield, S.
Infériorité numérique 2
Pageau, J.
Clutterbuck, C.
Greene, A.
Dobson, N.

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29 oct 2020 à 13 h 14
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I think that value on the Tampa trade is eschewed because of the offer sheet rumor, bet they could get a 1 from somebody somewhere or at least a better prospect. Sergachev is awesome.

Otherwise, I like the Parise trade but I have doubts about how easy it is to trade that contract because of all the money stuff if he retires. Pretty sure thats what nixed the deal at the deadline, anyway, even though we found it was a bigger package.

The Ottawa trade I don't like. Id rather lose a pick or a prospect than Bailey.
29 oct 2020 à 15 h 00
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If Minnesota agrees to that, sure. It’s definitely creative, but I don’t know if they increase their cap hit like that just to offload half of a bad contract. But half-Parise wouldn’t be THAT risky in my book.

Only reason the Isles should trade Bailey is if they have no choice between Barzal, Pulock and possibly Sergachev. Trade a 1st rounder to dump Boychuk if you have to, it’s not like Thompson will properly develop whoever we draft.

I’d bet Tampa tries their damndest to keep Sergachev, but if they move him, I bet they’d want at least 1 1st for him. So more like Aho, a 1st and a 2nd, which personally, I’d still do. And I bet Sergachev gets at least another million or two in aav.

All of that said, this would be a good team. Undo the Bailey trade and this team is a legit cup contender.
30 oct 2020 à 8 h 32
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Quoting: linehan10
I think that value on the Tampa trade is eschewed because of the offer sheet rumor, bet they could get a 1 from somebody somewhere or at least a better prospect. Sergachev is awesome.

Otherwise, I like the Parise trade but I have doubts about how easy it is to trade that contract because of all the money stuff if he retires. Pretty sure thats what nixed the deal at the deadline, anyway, even though we found it was a bigger package.

The Ottawa trade I don't like. Id rather lose a pick or a prospect than Bailey.


Quoting: Hawkisles
If Minnesota agrees to that, sure. It’s definitely creative, but I don’t know if they increase their cap hit like that just to offload half of a bad contract. But half-Parise wouldn’t be THAT risky in my book.

Only reason the Isles should trade Bailey is if they have no choice between Barzal, Pulock and possibly Sergachev. Trade a 1st rounder to dump Boychuk if you have to, it’s not like Thompson will properly develop whoever we draft.

I’d bet Tampa tries their damndest to keep Sergachev, but if they move him, I bet they’d want at least 1 1st for him. So more like Aho, a 1st and a 2nd, which personally, I’d still do. And I bet Sergachev gets at least another million or two in aav.

All of that said, this would be a good team. Undo the Bailey trade and this team is a legit cup contender.



Guys, this might be the first time posting on the site and being told I wasn't a complete moron, or something along those lines. Haha. I feel like Sergachev is a reach but it's out there. Scary that I'm sure there are teams hawking us the same way over Barzal right now. A UFA idea for that spot I had was Vatanen, but I couldn't get a feel for what his value would be.

As for Bailey, I know I'm in the minority here but I feel like he's a perfect person to move to open up a roster spot that needs to open. He'll get a good amount of money off the cap, bring in a decent return and allows Wahlstrom to slot right into that 3rd line RW. Even if it's not this trade above, I still think they may have to explore him as a possibility of movement. As it is now, he's slid down to the 3rd line. I don't know, just a thought.
 
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