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2021 Offseason

Créé par: Richard88
Date de création initiale: mar 25, 2021
Publié: 25 mar à 12 h 29
Équipe: 2021-22 Avalanche du Colorado
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LISTE DE RÉSERVEANSCAP HIT
Beaucage, Alex3925 000 $
Kovalenko, Nikolai3925 000 $
Newhook, Alex3925 000 $
Ranta, Sampo3925 000 $
RFAANSCAP HIT
Jost, Tyson21 500 000 $
Timmins, Conor11 000 000 $
Johansson, Jonas1750 000 $
Gilbert, Dennis1950 000 $
Makar, Cale37 000 000 $
Sherwood, Kiefer1750 000 $
UFAANSCAP HIT
Grubauer, Philipp56 000 000 $
Landeskog, Gabriel77 500 000 $
Saad, Brandon44 250 000 $
Renouf, Daniel1750 000 $
Transactions
COL
  1. 2021 2e round pick (VAN)
Pre-expansion trade.
VAN
  1. Graves, Ryan
COL
    SEATTLE
    VAN
    1. Compher, J.T.
    2. 2021 3e round pick (COL)
    Détails additionnels:
    Send Seattle a 3rd to steer them towards Compher instead of Donskoi or O'Connor/MacDonald for $3.5m cap relief.

    Protected (7+3+1):
    Mackinnon, Rantanen, Landeskog, Kadri, Burakovsky, Nichuskin, Jost; Makar, Girard, Toews; Grubauer.

    Exposed:
    Donskoi, Compher, O'Connor, Johnson (waives NMC), MacDonald, Francouz.
    COL
      COL 1st: Sebastian Cossa (G)
      VAN 2nd: Highest-ranked C available.
      VAN
      1. 2021 1e round pick (COL)
      2. 2021 2e round pick (VAN)
      2021 DRAFT
      ANNÉE DE REPÊCHAGERONDE 1RONDE 2RONDE 3RONDE 4RONDE 5RONDE 6RONDE 7
      2021
      COL
      COL
      2022
      COL
      COL
      COL
      COL
      COL
      COL
      2023
      COL
      COL
      COL
      COL
      COL
      COL
      COL
      TAILLE DE LA FORMATIONPLAFOND SALARIALCAP HITEXCÉDENTS BONISESPACE SOUS LE PLAFOND SALARIAL
      2181 500 000 $79 832 500 $0 $3 775 000 $1 667 500 $
      Ailier gaucheCentreAilier droit
      COL
      Landeskog, Gabriel
      7 500 000 $
      AG, C
      UFA
      COL
      MacKinnon, Nathan
      6 300 000 $
      C, AD
      NTC
      UFA - 2
      COL
      Rantanen, Mikko
      9 250 000 $
      AD
      UFA - 4
      COL
      Burakovsky, André
      4 900 000 $
      AG, AD
      UFA - 1
      COL
      Kadri, Nazem
      4 500 000 $
      C
      NTC
      UFA - 1
      COL
      Saad, Brandon
      4 250 000 $
      AD, AG
      UFA
      COL
      Nichushkin, Valeri
      2 500 000 $
      AG, AD
      UFA - 1
      COL
      Newhook, Alex
      925 000 $
      C
      RFA - 2
      COL
      Donskoi, Joonas
      3 900 000 $
      AD
      UFA - 2
      COL
      Kaut, Martin
      863 333 $
      AD
      RFA - 2
      COL
      Jost, Tyson
      1 500 000 $
      C, AG, AD
      RFA
      COL
      O'Connor, Logan
      725 000 $
      AD
      RFA - 1
      Défenseur gaucherDéfenseur droitierGardien de but
      COL
      Toews, Devon
      4 100 000 $
      DG
      UFA - 3
      COL
      Makar, Cale
      7 000 000 $
      DD
      RFA
      COL
      Grubauer, Philipp
      6 000 000 $
      G
      UFA
      COL
      Byram, Bowen
      894 167 $
      DG
      RFA - 2
      COL
      Girard, Samuel
      5 000 000 $
      DG
      UFA - 6
      COL
      Francouz, Pavel
      2 000 000 $
      G
      UFA - 1
      COL
      MacDonald, Jacob
      725 000 $
      DG
      UFA - 1
      COL
      Johnson, Erik
      6 000 000 $
      DD
      NMC NTC
      UFA - 2
      Laissés de côtéListe des blessés (IR)Liste des blessés à long terme (LTIR)
      COL
      Timmins, Conor
      1 000 000 $
      DD
      RFA
      Équipe de réserve
      COL
      Bowers, Shane
      925 000 $ (0 $)
      C
      RFA - 1
      COL
      Sherwood, Kiefer
      750 000 $ (0 $)
      AD, C
      RFA
      COL
      Kovalenko, Nikolai
      925 000 $ (0 $)
      AD
      RFA
      COL
      Gilbert, Dennis
      950 000 $ (0 $)
      DG
      RFA
      COL
      Johansson, Jonas
      750 000 $ (0 $)
      G
      UFA

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      25 mar à 12 h 30
      #1
      stop weegar trades
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      If this was the situation I would just pick Compher as Seattle anyway, unless Donskoi is better (is he?)
      25 mar à 12 h 37
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      Quoting: VijayPatel11
      If this was the situation I would just pick Compher as Seattle anyway, unless Donskoi is better (is he?)


      last year it might have been a wash but this year donny is playing much better than him.
      25 mar à 12 h 39
      #3
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      Quoting: VijayPatel11
      If this was the situation I would just pick Compher as Seattle anyway, unless Donskoi is better (is he?)


      The difference between them isn't enormous, but yes I would say that Donskoi is better. He's also producing a lot more this year, with 10 goals and 11 assists for 21 points in 31 games. Donskoi is a guy you can slide up onto the 2nd line without any concern, wheras Compher you'd want to keep on the 3rd line ideally. Compher's having a bad season as well, though a lot of that has to do with him being used at C instead of RW. Compher is better on the PK, and is also a bit more versatile given that he can play C in a pinch.
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      25 mar à 12 h 39
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      If saad doesn't take a team friendly deal and is looking for closer to 5 mil do we let him walk? Also i was wondering what it would look like to start newhook on the wing similar to macks first couple seasons to get a feel for a full nhl season then take the lead as 2c after kadri leaves. Hopefully Jost can find a home in 3c and bowers could be 4c.
      25 mar à 12 h 53
      #5
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      Graves will be easy to move. It all hinges on what happens with Compher. Hopefully it works out and Saad can stay.
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      25 mar à 12 h 55
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      i like the team other than the saad contract. if I'm seattle id take donskoi over compher and a 3rd at this point.
      25 mar à 13 h 00
      #7
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      Quoting: ArakinSkywalker
      If saad doesn't take a team friendly deal and is looking for closer to 5 mil do we let him walk? Also i was wondering what it would look like to start newhook on the wing similar to macks first couple seasons to get a feel for a full nhl season then take the lead as 2c after kadri leaves. Hopefully Jost can find a home in 3c and bowers could be 4c.


      If Saad doesn't take a team friendly deal I think Sakic would explore the trade market instead. He's wisely avoided giving out big contracts in UFA the last couple of years, with the exception of Donskoi.

      If Jost can hold his own as 3C it would give the Avs a lot of options with Newhook. He could either start at 3C with Jost at 4C, or you could have Jost at 3C with Newhook on the wing somewhere.
      25 mar à 13 h 01
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      Quoting: Anus_McLeod
      Graves will be easy to move. It all hinges on what happens with Compher. Hopefully it works out and Saad can stay.


      I agree, Graves and Donskoi probably wouldn't be too hard to move and probably have decent value too. Compher is the one you want to move one way or another.
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      25 mar à 13 h 03
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      Quoting: DirtyDangle
      i like the team other than the saad contract. if I'm seattle id take donskoi over compher and a 3rd at this point.


      If Seattle want Donskoi instead that's not a terrible outcome either. Compher can play 4C or 3RW, and the extra $400k would be useful. Maybe it's not even worth paying Seattle a 3rd to take Compher, unless they're looking at taking a cheaper contract like O'Connor.

      Landeskog --- Mackinnon --- Rantanen
      Burakovsky ----- Kadri -------- Saad
      Nichuskin ------ Newhook ---- Compher
      Kaut ---------------- Jost ---------- O'Connor
      25 mar à 13 h 12
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      Quoting: Richard88
      I agree, Graves and Donskoi probably wouldn't be too hard to move and probably have decent value too. Compher is the one you want to move one way or another.


      With MacDonald only a handful of games from meeting the exposure requirements, the preemptive Graves trade becomes a lot easier. Agree with the protection list 100%. It just works really well from a roster and salary perspective.
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      25 mar à 13 h 16
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      Quoting: Anus_McLeod
      With MacDonald only a handful of games from meeting the exposure requirements, the preemptive Graves trade becomes a lot easier. Agree with the protection list 100%. It just works really well from a roster and salary perspective.


      Exactly. MacDonald only needs another 9 games to meet the criteria, which he should hit a couple of games before the deadline if he plays every game until then. With him meeting the criteria Avs could comfortably trade Graves and still have a Dman meeting the criteria, regardless of what happens with Johnson. If someone makes a good offer for Graves I wouldn't hesitate to pull the trigger. Avs could do with some extra picks to either restock the prospect pool and/or to use as ammunition in trades this offseason (especially if they use some picks at the deadline).
      25 mar à 13 h 25
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      Quoting: Richard88
      Exactly. MacDonald only needs another 9 games to meet the criteria, which he should hit a couple of games before the deadline if he plays every game until then. With him meeting the criteria Avs could comfortably trade Graves and still have a Dman meeting the criteria, regardless of what happens with Johnson. If someone makes a good offer for Graves I wouldn't hesitate to pull the trigger. Avs could do with some extra picks to either restock the prospect pool and/or to use as ammunition in trades this offseason (especially if they use some picks at the deadline).


      Kupari was mentioned on another site and I have been trying to figure out a proposal for him. Graves kinda makes sense but not totally. I'm not succeeding.
      25 mar à 13 h 40
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      Quoting: Anus_McLeod
      Kupari was mentioned on another site and I have been trying to figure out a proposal for him. Graves kinda makes sense but not totally. I'm not succeeding.


      LAK would probably only want to trade for Graves (if at all) after the expansion draft, especially if they're trading a prospect.
      25 mar à 13 h 48
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      Quoting: Richard88
      LAK would probably only want to trade for Graves (if at all) after the expansion draft, especially if they're trading a prospect.


      Yeah that's part of the problem, although they could go with 8 skaters and be in decent shape (imo). The initial though was Timmins, but they are deep at RD.

      Getting in on their excess of C prospects is enticing, but I can't figure it out.
      25 mar à 19 h 18
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      Quoting: Anus_McLeod
      Yeah that's part of the problem, although they could go with 8 skaters and be in decent shape (imo). The initial though was Timmins, but they are deep at RD.

      Getting in on their excess of C prospects is enticing, but I can't figure it out.


      They want a high end LHD. Graves isn't enough.

      Could see Iafallo being of interest as a rental, but for their young C's they'd want a Byram or Girard and that ain't happening.
      25 mar à 22 h 11
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      @Richard88 hey Richard, any interest in joining a cap friendly gm game? We already have it setup but looking to get new people involved
      26 mar à 12 h 57
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      Quoting: fedorov91
      Richard88 hey Richard, any interest in joining a cap friendly gm game? We already have it setup but looking to get new people involved


      Can you share some more information about the format/rules? Thanks for asking.
       
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