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Deep forward core and young defence

Créé par: MauriceArthur15
Date de création initiale: 30 juin 2021
Publié: 30 juin 2021
Équipe: 2021-22 Maple Leafs de Toronto
Signatures de joueurs autonomes
RFAANSCAP HIT
Garland, Conor65 000 000 $
Dermott, Travis1900 000 $
Duszak, Joseph2850 000 $
Malgin, Denis2850 000 $
Petan, Nicolas2850 000 $
Vehvilainen, Veini2850 000 $
Woll, Joseph2850 000 $
UFAANSCAP HIT
Goodrow, Barclay32 000 000 $
Bogosian, Zach11 250 000 $
Nash, Riley11 500 000 $
Granlund, Mikael33 500 000 $
Transactions
1.
TOR
    Expansion draft
    SEA
    1. Kerfoot, Alexander
    2.
    TOR
    1. Garland, Conor [Droits de RFA]
    ARI
    1. Engvall, Pierre
    2. Abruzzese, Nick [Liste de réserve]
    3. 2022 2e round pick (TOR)
    Détails additionnels:
    Conditional 2nd: If Garland scores more than 60 points, pick is upgraded to a 2022 1st
    3.
    TOR
    1. 2022 2e round pick (PHI)
    PHI
    1. Holl, Justin
    4.
    TOR
    1. 2022 6e round pick (TBL)
    TBL
    1. Hutchinson, Michael
    5.
    TOR
    1. Vanecek, Vitek
    WSH
    1. Mikheyev, Ilya
    2. 2023 2e round pick (TOR)
    Transactions impliquant une retenue de salaire
    • Phil Kessel: 1 200 000 $ (15%)
    ANNÉE DE REPÊCHAGERONDE 1RONDE 2RONDE 3RONDE 4RONDE 5RONDE 6RONDE 7
    2021
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    2022
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    Logo de PHI
    Logo de TBL
    Logo de TOR
    2023
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    TAILLE DE LA FORMATIONPLAFOND SALARIALCAP HITEXCÉDENTS Info-bulleBONISESPACE SOUS LE PLAFOND SALARIAL
    2381 500 000 $80 351 450 $0 $400 000 $1 148 550 $

    Formation

    Ailier gaucheCentreAilier droit
    Garland, Conor
    5 000 000 $
    AD, AG
    UFA - 5
    Logo de TOR
    Matthews, Auston
    11 640 250 $
    C
    UFA - 3
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    Marner, Mitchell
    10 903 000 $
    AD
    UFA - 4
    Logo de TOR
    Nylander, William
    6 962 366 $
    AD, AG
    UFA - 3
    Logo de TOR
    Tavares, John
    11 000 000 $
    C
    NMC
    UFA - 4
    Granlund, Mikael
    3 500 000 $
    C, AD
    UFA - 4
    Goodrow, Barclay
    2 000 000 $
    AG, C, AD
    NTC
    UFA - 6
    Logo de TOR
    Nash, Riley
    1 500 000 $
    C, AD
    UFA - 1
    Logo de TOR
    Simmonds, Wayne
    900 000 $
    AD, AG
    NTC
    UFA - 2
    Logo de TOR
    Robertson, Nicholas
    796 667 $
    AG
    RFA - 3
    Logo de TOR
    Brooks, Adam
    725 000 $
    C
    UFA - 1
    Logo de TOR
    Spezza, Jason
    750 000 $
    C, AD
    UFA - 1
    Défenseur gaucherDéfenseur droitierGardien de but
    Logo de TOR
    Rielly, Morgan
    5 000 000 $
    DG
    NMC
    UFA - 1
    Logo de TOR
    Brodie, TJ
    5 000 000 $
    DG/DD
    NTC
    UFA - 3
    Logo de TOR
    Campbell, Jack
    1 650 000 $
    G
    UFA - 1
    Logo de TOR
    Muzzin, Jake
    5 625 000 $
    DG
    NTC
    UFA - 3
    Logo de TOR
    Liljegren, Timothy
    863 333 $
    DD
    RFA - 1
    Logo de WSH
    Vanecek, Vitek
    716 667 $
    G
    RFA - 1
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    Sandin, Rasmus
    894 167 $
    DG/DD
    RFA - 1
    Logo de TOR
    Bogosian, Zach
    1 250 000 $
    DD
    NTC
    UFA - 3
    Laissés de côtéListe des blessés (IR)Liste des blessés à long terme (LTIR)
    Logo de TOR
    Semyonov, Kirill
    825 000 $
    C
    UFA - 1
    Logo de TOR
    Dermott, Travis
    900 000 $
    DG/DD
    RFA - 2
    Logo de TOR
    Anderson, Joey
    750 000 $
    AD
    RFA - 2

    Unités spéciales

    Avantage numérique 1
    Garland, C.
    Matthews, A.
    Simmonds, W.
    Marner, M.
    Sandin, R.
    Avantage numérique 2
    Nylander, W.
    Tavares, J.
    Robertson, N.
    Spezza, J.
    Rielly, M.
    Infériorité numérique 1
    Nash, R.
    Marner, M.
    Muzzin, J.
    Liljegren, T.
    Infériorité numérique 2
    Brooks, A.
    Goodrow, B.
    Brodie, T.
    Bogosian, Z.

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    30 juin 2021 à 22 h 27
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    Another awful Garland offer. 20 teams easily beat that.
    30 juin 2021 à 22 h 32
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    Quoting: vikhodush
    Another awful Garland offer. 20 teams easily beat that.


    Ikr let’s see which team gives up the farm for player they need to sign Garland.

    PS search up Nick Abruezzese. He was over PPG as a 20yr old in top College program.
    30 juin 2021 à 23 h 0
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    Ikr let’s see which team gives up the farm for player they need to sign Garland.

    PS search up Nick Abruezzese. He was over PPG as a 20yr old in top College program.


    Yeah I know who he is and have seen him play. That plus a second ain’t it.
    30 juin 2021 à 23 h 11
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    I won't say awful...but I don't think that makes Arizona pull the trigger. They'll likely get a bigger offer than that.
    30 juin 2021 à 23 h 41
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    Quoting: vikhodush
    Yeah I know who he is and have seen him play. That plus a second ain’t it.


    You don’t get fair value or close to fair value when teams knows the situation your in. For example Buffalo with Taylor Hall.

    Plus you only get his rights. You still have to negotiate a new contract with him and etc.
    1 juill. 2021 à 7 h 59
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    You don’t get fair value or close to fair value when teams knows the situation your in. For example Buffalo with Taylor Hall.

    Plus you only get his rights. You still have to negotiate a new contract with him and etc.


    Value is driven up on an asset when half the league would be interested in the asset. A concept most leafs fans choose to ignore.
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    Value is driven up on an asset when half the league would be interested in the asset. A concept most leafs fans choose to ignore.


    Not when majority of the teams work on internal caps when they have free agents to resign.

    Have of y’all act like you understand the businesses of hockey when you simply don’t. Certain teams and owners don’t have money, and very few can afford to give out contracts. You literally cut down a quarter of those said 20 interested teams…
    1 juill. 2021 à 14 h 54
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    Not when majority of the teams work on internal caps when they have free agents to resign.

    Have of y’all act like you understand the businesses of hockey when you simply don’t. Certain teams and owners don’t have money, and very few can afford to give out contracts. You literally cut down a quarter of those said 20 interested teams…


    Lol ok - I’m sure you understand the business of hockey better than all others on here. Simple supply and demand would spike the value of an asset up even if it was 5 interested teams instead of 20.

    The delusional nature of the majority of leafs fans on here is what’s the most amusing and at times frustrating. Only trading players that they don’t want (which generally don’t have value for anybody else) for superior players, usually with retained salary, and having players sign at large discounts simply bc it’s for the leafs. You see it frequently with Leafs posts compared to all other fanbases.

    That last part isn’t about your or this post as your posts are generally well thought out and reasonably fair from what I’ve seen. I just think value on Garland trade in this particular example is a bit low.
    1 juill. 2021 à 16 h 49
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    Lol ok - I’m sure you understand the business of hockey better than all others on here. Simple supply and demand would spike the value of an asset up even if it was 5 interested teams instead of 20.

    The delusional nature of the majority of leafs fans on here is what’s the most amusing and at times frustrating. Only trading players that they don’t want (which generally don’t have value for anybody else) for superior players, usually with retained salary, and having players sign at large discounts simply bc it’s for the leafs. You see it frequently with Leafs posts compared to all other fanbases.

    That last part isn’t about your or this post as your posts are generally well thought out and reasonably fair from what I’ve seen. I just think value on Garland trade in this particular example is a bit low.


    …you still didn’t address the point of zero trams having actual dollars to spend. Let’s look at the teams who actually have money to spend. The list is Vegas, Chicago, Boston, NYR, Toronto, Montreal and Detroit. Every other team doesn’t have money because their owner can’t afford it and/or have RFA and UFAs that are a far bigger priority. Vegas doesn’t need wingers neither does MTL. Boston has the pieces but are they willing to part with their future with guys like Bergeron and Marchand up there in age. NYR doesn’t need wingers and need centre depth, and both Chicago and Detroit are rebuilding. It doesn’t make sense to part with futures for Garland. That leaves us with Toronto. So tell me do you really understand the business side of hockey or are you just capping?
    1 juill. 2021 à 20 h 6
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    …you still didn’t address the point of zero trams having actual dollars to spend. Let’s look at the teams who actually have money to spend. The list is Vegas, Chicago, Boston, NYR, Toronto, Montreal and Detroit. Every other team doesn’t have money because their owner can’t afford it and/or have RFA and UFAs that are a far bigger priority. Vegas doesn’t need wingers neither does MTL. Boston has the pieces but are they willing to part with their future with guys like Bergeron and Marchand up there in age. NYR doesn’t need wingers and need centre depth, and both Chicago and Detroit are rebuilding. It doesn’t make sense to part with futures for Garland. That leaves us with Toronto. So tell me do you really understand the business side of hockey or are you just capping?


    Carolina could easily fit him in and would be a welcome addition depending on how the rest of their offseason planning goes. Do you really think that teams have a single plan they stick to? Things change quickly and teams have various plans and options depending on how things shake out. That’s not even the business of hockey, that’s just business in general. Things rarely go to plan so having second third and fourth options to turn to when things change course is always a great practice.

    Thinking that Toronto is the only team that would make a move for Garland is a silly notion. I haven’t looked into every teams situation but just based on a single team I know very well who could fit him in and be a welcome addition, I’d imagine there are multiple similar scenarios. Especially since teams move on from players every year in FA and in trades.

    But go off man - I’m sure it makes you feel good about yourself wink
    1 juill. 2021 à 20 h 39
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    Quoting: vikhodush
    Carolina could easily fit him in and would be a welcome addition depending on how the rest of their offseason planning goes. Do you really think that teams have a single plan they stick to? Things change quickly and teams have various plans and options depending on how things shake out. That’s not even the business of hockey, that’s just business in general. Things rarely go to plan so having second third and fourth options to turn to when things change course is always a great practice.

    Thinking that Toronto is the only team that would make a move for Garland is a silly notion. I haven’t looked into every teams situation but just based on a single team I know very well who could fit him in and be a welcome addition, I’d imagine there are multiple similar scenarios. Especially since teams move on from players every year in FA and in trades.

    But go off man - I’m sure it makes you feel good about yourself wink


    Yea ofc because Tom Dunddan loves spending money. I love how your being ignorant to the fact that Tom Dundon doesn’t like spending money on his team. Look how long it took to sign Rod the bod. Hamilton walking, and Svechnikov not taking a 7.5x8, but you’re smarter and know more about the business side of hockey.

    You looked into every team but neglect their ownership situations and futures. There’s a reason why Toronto is the front runner and it’s evident why. Every owner lost money this year and teams don’t have money to spend unless you’re a big market or your owner is rich. Only a few teams fits that pool unfortunately thus causing an over flooded sellers market.

    I won’t botter responding to you as it’s evident you don’t understand the business side of the game and think owners have all the money in the world to spend and can spend to the cap. Only rich owners who’s team consistently makes money can afford to get Garland.
    1 juill. 2021 à 23 h 3
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    Yea ofc because Tom Dunddan loves spending money. I love how your being ignorant to the fact that Tom Dundon doesn’t like spending money on his team. Look how long it took to sign Rod the bod. Hamilton walking, and Svechnikov not taking a 7.5x8, but you’re smarter and know more about the business side of hockey.

    You looked into every team but neglect their ownership situations and futures. There’s a reason why Toronto is the front runner and it’s evident why. Every owner lost money this year and teams don’t have money to spend unless you’re a big market or your owner is rich. Only a few teams fits that pool unfortunately thus causing an over flooded sellers market.

    I won’t botter responding to you as it’s evident you don’t understand the business side of the game and think owners have all the money in the world to spend and can spend to the cap. Only rich owners who’s team consistently makes money can afford to get Garland.


    Hahaha you’re a clown. Dundon is cheap? He’s spent to the cap every year since he bought the team. He’s spent more cash versus even cap to take on bad contracts for assets when the Canes could afford to that first year (Marleau from Toronto for a first which you should know as a leafs fan but you choose to ignore).

    Your reading comprehension could use some improvement. I said I didn’t dig into every team’s situation but by using logical critical thinking it’s easy to see how multiple teams would be in on players. By your logic only Toronto has money and therefore is going to get any player they want at a discount.

    Keep telling yourself you understand hockey or business or whatever else helps you sleep at night. Love fans like you! Can’t string an argument together to save your life lol
     
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