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If a deal with Panarin can't be reached

Créé par: NickC1988
Date de création initiale: 29 nov. 2016
Publié: 29 nov. 2016
Équipe: 2017-18 Blackhawks de Chicago
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I think he'll take a discount to stay he loves playing in Chicago, always smiling on the ice. Hypothetical, unlikely scenario.

Assuming Thornton and Marleau want to chase a cup before their career ends, again, unlikely. I can definitely see them taking pay cuts (Check their numbers). Also, Chicago has a great reputation lots of players want to play here.
Signatures de joueurs autonomes
RFAANSCAP HIT
Kempný, Michal11 500 000 $
UFAANSCAP HIT
Darling, Scott3950 000 $
Thornton, Joe13 000 000 $
Marleau, Patrick12 000 000 $
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CHI
  1. Danault, Phillip
  2. Juulsen, Noah
  3. Choix de 2018 ronde en 1e (MTL)
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    Artemi Panarin
    Richard Panik
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    CHI
      Expansion
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        Ville Pokka
        Transactions impliquant une retenue de salaire
        • Brandon Saad: 1 000 000 $ (17%)
        • Olli Määttä: 750 108 $ (18%)
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        TAILLE DE LA FORMATIONPLAFOND SALARIALCAP HITEXCÉDENTS Info-bulleBONISESPACE SOUS LE PLAFOND SALARIAL
        2275 000 000 $76 554 069 $3 558 000 $940 000 $-1 554 069 $
        Ailier gaucheCentreAilier droit
        Marleau, Patrick
        2 000 000 $
        AG, C
        UFA - 3
        Toews, Jonathan
        10 500 000 $
        C
        NMC
        UFA - 6
        Kane, Patrick
        10 500 000 $
        AD
        NMC
        UFA - 6
        Schmaltz, Nick
        925 000 $
        AD, C
        UFA - 2
        Anisimov, Artem
        4 550 000 $
        C, AG
        NMC
        UFA - 4
        DeBrincat, Alex
        778 333 $
        AG, AD
        RFA - 3
        Motte, Tyler
        925 000 $
        AG, AD
        UFA - 2
        Thornton, Joe
        3 000 000 $
        C, AG
        UFA - 1
        Hossa, Marián
        5 275 000 $
        AD
        NMC
        UFA - 4
        Danault, Phillip
        912 500 $
        C
        UFA - 1
        Krüger, Marcus
        2 775 000 $
        C
        M-NTC
        UFA - 2
        Hartman, Ryan
        863 333 $
        C, AD
        UFA - 1
        Hinostroza, Vinnie
        717 500 $
        AD, AG
        UFA - 1
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        Keith, Duncan
        5 538 462 $
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        Seabrook, Brent
        6 875 000 $
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        NMC
        UFA - 7
        Crawford, Corey
        6 000 000 $
        G
        M-NTC, NMC
        UFA - 3
        Forsling, Gustav
        872 500 $
        DG
        UFA - 2
        Hjalmarsson, Niklas
        4 100 000 $
        DG/DD
        M-NTC, NMC
        UFA - 2
        Darling, Scott
        950 000 $
        G
        UFA - 4
        Kempný, Michal
        1 500 000 $
        DG
        UFA - 1
        van Riemsdyk, Trevor
        825 000 $
        DD
        UFA - 1
        Juulsen, Noah
        863 333 $
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        29 nov. 2016 à 1 h 39
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        Breadman got paid.
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        That's a horrendous return for Panarin. Highway robbery by the Habs if they could pull that off.
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        29 nov. 2016 à 8 h 10
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        Habs, after gently checking for signs of fever or intoxication, say yes and skip out of the room like giddy school kids.
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        29 nov. 2016 à 8 h 11
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        I think MTL would have to give up 1 more piece but I don't think any team would be willing to fork over much more than that
        29 nov. 2016 à 14 h 2
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        Artemi is more impressive every game I watch. He leads the entire team in possession. Hossa's play increased when he went from the Toews line to Panarin's. If they HAVE to trade him which they might...look for a lottery pick trade for a number of reasons. Cap Space, Talent Return, and The Hawks want to make a splash in the draft this year since it's in Chicago.
        29 nov. 2016 à 14 h 34
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        Until we know how much he will cost in his next contract, the return value is somewhat moot. If he's looking for Tarasenko money or more, the Hawks will be a little ham stringed because they know they wouldn't be able to resign him so they will be forced to trade to the highest bidder. Teams knowing this won't overpay knowing they could potentially offer sheet Panarin at worst case.

        Regarding the trade, MTL would be silly not to take that offer. Either way, not many teams can afford a 7M+ contract without losing some salary. So trading won't be as easy as some think.
        29 nov. 2016 à 15 h 14
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        Modifié 29 nov. 2016 à 16 h 13
        Quoting: F50marco
        Until we know how much he will cost in his next contract, the return value is somewhat moot. If he's looking for Tarasenko money or more, the Hawks will be a little ham stringed because they know they wouldn't be able to resign him so they will be forced to trade to the highest bidder. Teams knowing this won't overpay knowing they could potentially offer sheet Panarin at worst case.

        Regarding the trade, MTL would be silly not to take that offer. Either way, not many teams can afford a 7M+ contract without losing some salary. So trading won't be as easy as some think.


        Do you think the deals of Murray, Kuch, Trouba help the trade idea though? Recently, teams have been on the winning end of RFA deals.
        29 nov. 2016 à 16 h 10
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        Quoting: F50marco
        Until we know how much he will cost in his next contract, the return value is somewhat moot. If he's looking for Tarasenko money or more, the Hawks will be a little ham stringed because they know they wouldn't be able to resign him so they will be forced to trade to the highest bidder. Teams knowing this won't overpay knowing they could potentially offer sheet Panarin at worst case.

        Regarding the trade, MTL would be silly not to take that offer. Either way, not many teams can afford a 7M+ contract without losing some salary. So trading won't be as easy as some think.


        Do you think the deals of Murray, Kuch, Trouba help the trade idea though? Recently, teams have been on the winning end or RFA deals.


        Well in all fairness, aside from Kucherov who everyone knows took a discount to stay in TB, those others aren't in the same category. Have to agree though, the teams have been winning these head games with the players and getting them to sign for more realistic contracts.
        3 déc. 2016 à 22 h 20
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        Why does everyone think Panarin will be traded to Montreal, the Habs have a million contracts to sign next year, plus Panarin will probably cost about 6 million for 6 years
         
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