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The perfect fit part 2

Créé par: Islesforthecup
Date de création initiale: nov 23, 2020
Publié: 23 nov 2020 à 5 h 45
Équipe: 2021-22 Islanders de New York
Signatures de joueurs autonomes
RFAANSCAP HIT
Pelech, Adam44 000 000 $
Barzal, Mathew36 500 000 $
Beauvillier, Anthony44 500 000 $
Sorokin, Ilya55 000 000 $
Greer, AJ2800 000 $
Dal Colle, Michael2900 000 $
Carpenter, Bobo2750 000 $
Koivula, Otto2900 000 $
Ho-Sang, Joshua11 000 000 $
UFAANSCAP HIT
Martin, Matt21 000 000 $
Cizikas, Casey32 750 000 $
Palmieri, Kyle44 500 000 $
Bardreau, Cole3800 000 $
Fritz, Tanner3750 000 $
Jobst, Mason3750 000 $
Koekkoek, Slater1900 000 $
Transactions
NYI
  1. Kubalik, Dominik
CHI
  1. Wilde, Bode
  2. Holmström, Simon
  3. Bellows, Kieffer [Droits de RFA]
  4. 2021 1e round pick (NYI)
NYI
    OTT
    1. Komarov, Leo
    2. 2022 2e round pick (COL)
    NYI
      Seattles pick
      DET
      1. Eberle, Jordan
      NYI
        DET
        1. Boychuk, Johnny
        2. 2022 2e round pick (NYI)
        NYI
          NJD
          1. Hickey, Thomas
          2. 2023 3e round pick (NYI)
          Rachats de contrats
          • Rick DiPietro: 0 $
          ANNÉE DE REPÊCHAGERONDE 1RONDE 2RONDE 3RONDE 4RONDE 5RONDE 6RONDE 7
          2021
          COL
          NYI
          NYI
          NYI
          NYI
          NYI
          2022
          NYI
          NYI
          NYI
          NYI
          NYI
          NYI
          2023
          NYI
          NYI
          NYI
          NYI
          NYI
          NYI
          TAILLE DE LA FORMATIONPLAFOND SALARIALCAP HITEXCÉDENTS BONISESPACE SOUS LE PLAFOND SALARIAL
          2381 500 000 $80 613 334 $0 $1 075 000 $886 666 $
          Ailier gaucheCentreAilier droit
          CHI
          Kubalik, Dominik
          3 700 000 $
          AG
          RFA - 1
          NYI
          Barzal, Mathew
          6 500 000 $
          C
          RFA - 2
          Palmieri, Kyle
          4 500 000 $
          AD, AG
          UFA
          NYI
          Beauvillier, Anthony
          4 500 000 $
          AG
          RFA
          NYI
          Nelson, Brock
          6 000 000 $
          C, AG
          NTC
          UFA - 4
          NYI
          Wahlstrom, Oliver
          894 167 $
          C, AD
          RFA - 2
          NYI
          Lee, Anders
          7 000 000 $
          AG, C
          NTC
          UFA - 5
          NYI
          Pageau, Jean-Gabriel
          5 000 000 $
          C
          NTC
          UFA - 5
          NYI
          Bailey, Josh
          5 000 000 $
          AD, AG
          UFA - 3
          Martin, Matt
          1 000 000 $
          AG, AD
          UFA - 3
          NYI
          Cizikas, Casey
          2 750 000 $
          C
          UFA
          NYI
          Clutterbuck, Cal
          3 500 000 $
          AD
          UFA - 1
          NYI
          Dal Colle, Michael
          900 000 $
          AG
          RFA
          NYI
          Koivula, Otto
          900 000 $
          AG, AD, C
          RFA
          Défenseur gaucherDéfenseur droitierGardien de but
          NYI
          Pelech, Adam
          4 000 000 $
          DG
          RFA
          NYI
          Pulock, Ryan
          5 000 000 $
          DD
          UFA - 1
          NYI
          Sorokin, Ilya
          5 000 000 $
          G
          RFA
          NYI
          Leddy, Nick
          5 500 000 $
          DG
          UFA - 1
          NYI
          Dobson, Noah
          894 167 $
          DD
          RFA - 1
          NYI
          Varlamov, Semyon
          5 000 000 $
          G
          NTC
          UFA - 2
          NYI
          Aho, Sebastian
          725 000 $
          D
          RFA - 1
          NYI
          Mayfield, Scott
          1 450 000 $
          DD
          UFA - 2
          Koekkoek, Slater
          900 000 $
          DG/DD
          UFA
          Laissés de côtéListe des blessés (IR)Liste des blessés à long terme (LTIR)
          NYI
          Ladd, Andrew
          5 500 000 $
          AG
          NTC
          UFA - 2

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          23 nov 2020 à 6 h 17
          #1
          StevieY19!!
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          That's an expensive CHI trade and an extra expensive 3rd line! lol
          23 nov 2020 à 7 h 47
          #2
          Lenny7
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          I can't see Barzal taking less on a bridge deal than Tkachuk did.
          23 nov 2020 à 8 h 35
          #3
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          Would it be possible to sign Sorokin to a shorter term deal? 5 years at $5M per is a lot when he hasn’t played a game yet. I’d do 2 years to offset Barzal needing a deal in 3 seasons, and Beauvillier/Pelech/Nelson/Palmieri needing deals in 4 years. 2 years would be when Varly’s contract ends too.

          I don’t think the Hawks trade Kubalik. They’re doing some sort of rebuild on the fly and seemingly keeping the vets for one last run. They’re nice pieces, but even at 25 Kubalik seems to be a piece moving forward - especially after a 30 goal rookie season.
          23 nov 2020 à 8 h 39
          #4
          arky
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          Wings will probably not looking to take on a another vet next year as they have players to sign in Zadina, Hronek and a backup goalie. Not sure they want another 6 million dollar pilon.
          aedoran a aimé ceci.
          23 nov 2020 à 8 h 43
          #5
          Go Wings Go
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          Take far more then a 2nd round pick to rid Boychuks contract, Try more like a 2021 1st round pick and either a 2022 2nd round pick or one of Bellows/Wilde also included.
          aedoran a aimé ceci.
          23 nov 2020 à 10 h 22
          #6
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          Quoting: AnyoneButTheBruins
          That's an expensive CHI trade and an extra expensive 3rd line! lol


          Kubaliks the final piece.
          23 nov 2020 à 10 h 23
          #7
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          Quoting: Lenny7
          I can't see Barzal taking less on a bridge deal than Tkachuk did.


          Only used that number because there were lots of rumors that tyats gonna be the contract.
          23 nov 2020 à 10 h 24
          #8
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          Modifié 23 nov 2020 à 10 h 31
          Quoting: NLidstrom
          Would it be possible to sign Sorokin to a shorter term deal? 5 years at $5M per is a lot when he hasn’t played a game yet. I’d do 2 years to offset Barzal needing a deal in 3 seasons, and Beauvillier/Pelech/Nelson/Palmieri needing deals in 4 years. 2 years would be when Varly’s contract ends too.

          I don’t think the Hawks trade Kubalik. They’re doing some sort of rebuild on the fly and seemingly keeping the vets for one last run. They’re nice pieces, but even at 25 Kubalik seems to be a piece moving forward - especially after a 30 goal rookie season.


          Since theyre rebuilding i gave them quantity over quality. I dont want to bridge another player when we dont have to. As for the number that will depend on how he plays obviously but im expecting that level of play from him this season.
          23 nov 2020 à 10 h 25
          #9
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          Quoting: mikearky
          Wings will probably not looking to take on a another vet next year as they have players to sign in Zadina, Hronek and a backup goalie. Not sure they want another 6 million dollar pilon.


          Could go to any team looking to take on cap. Picked the wings because they took staal but could be anyone.
          23 nov 2020 à 10 h 25
          #10
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          Quoting: DiehardRedWingsFan58
          Take far more then a 2nd round pick to rid Boychuks contract, Try more like a 2021 1st round pick and either a 2022 2nd round pick or one of Bellows/Wilde also included.


          Its next offseason when he has 1 year left. Used the staal deal for comparison.
          23 nov 2020 à 10 h 40
          #11
          Lenny7
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          Quoting: Islesforthecup
          Only used that number because there were lots of rumors that tyats gonna be the contract.


          I could see it on a 2 year deal, but Tkachuk's was signed when your future qualifying offer was based on the final year of the contract vs. now, when it's based on AAV (So, Tkachuk's next qualifying offer will be $9 mil, instead of the $6.5 that Barzal's would be in this case).
          23 nov 2020 à 10 h 47
          #12
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          Quoting: Lenny7
          I could see it on a 2 year deal, but Tkachuk's was signed when your future qualifying offer was based on the final year of the contract vs. now, when it's based on AAV (So, Tkachuk's next qualifying offer will be $9 mil, instead of the $6.5 that Barzal's would be in this case).


          These were the rumors thatt supposedly he talked to pulock and both agreed to take short term team friendly deals. Pulock did and 3x6.5 was the number i saw as to what the barzal contract would look like. Thats my basis for his deal.
           
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