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Boston Bruins signed Taylor Hall (4 Years / $6,000,000 AAV)

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23 jui à 19 h 08
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SETH JONES SIGNED AN 8 YEAR EXTENSION
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23 jui à 19 h 14
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This should shut off the Hall to Toronto rumours
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23 jui à 19 h 14
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Quoting: TheFlamesFanatic25
SETH JONES SIGNED AN 8 YEAR EXTENSION


Ik my Kryptonite has become reality
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23 jui à 20 h 34
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Steal of a deal, Hall is a good 1st liner and a great 2nd liner
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23 jui à 21 h 26
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Quoting: drewjenkins
Bergeron + Marchand are both like 35 son.

Leafs locked in Spezza for a clean 750K.

Apples to apples.


Son, lol.... check the birth years when the players signed their UFA deal.

All player example signed their deal as 29 yr olds.

Bergeron...10.5 % cap worth.
Marchand....8.5 % cap worth.
Hall....7.5 % cap worth.

Now Dubas signs J.T.....14 % cap worth.

doh!!!

Just imagine a 35 year old J.T. eating up 14 % of your cap space... I smell a buy out in the future.
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23 jui à 21 h 28
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With the 1st overall pick of the 2022, 2023, 2024, and 2025 (Pretend that They got 2 lottery picks from trades), The Boston Bruins select, [Random Player From a Team]*4
23 jui à 21 h 32
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Quoting: Josi_for_Norris
oof, and people still think Dubas is a top 10 GM


I know like @Saskleaf for example.
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23 jui à 21 h 50
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Quoting: A_Habs_fan
Steal of a deal, Hall is a good 1st liner and a great 2nd liner


Uh... And Hart Trophy winner ( I know it should have been Mackinnon but he still was very good)
23 jui à 21 h 51
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Quoting: draft_em_sign_em_trade_em
Son, lol.... check the birth years when the players signed their UFA deal.

All player example signed their deal as 29 yr olds.

Bergeron...10.5 % cap worth.
Marchand....8.5 % cap worth.
Hall....7.5 % cap worth.

Now Dubas signs J.T.....14 % cap worth.

doh!!!

Just imagine a 35 year old J.T. eating up 14 % of your cap space... I smell a buy out in the future.



It was a joke son .... with a bit of truth to it.

BTW Tavares expires when he's like 33.
23 jui à 21 h 56
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Quoting: Devil1122
Pasta, Bergeron, Marchand, Hall = 25M

Matthews, Marner = 23M

When will people understand that the taxes in Canada and the cost of living in Toronto are a hell of a lot more than in the United States
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23 jui à 23 h 40
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I don't understand how this is such a great contract for BOS. Hall did nothing in the playoffs when they needed him. He's much slower than he used to be and his shot was always weak to begin with. Were there really other teams willing to pay him like this after last season? Why not $4M AAV? Hall's ceiling is certainly not higher than Toffoli before last season.

Biggest winner: Gabe Landeskog. If Hall is worth $6M, he's worth at least $7.5M+.
23 jui à 23 h 40
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Quoting: IconicHawk
This should shut off the Hall to Toronto rumours


At that price, they'd be crazy to want him.
23 jui à 23 h 42
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Quoting: Goeff85
When will people understand that the taxes in Canada and the cost of living in Toronto are a hell of a lot more than in the United States


Not that much more, lol. Maybe compared to FL or TX, but not Massachusetts.
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23 jui à 23 h 43
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After watching Hall slowly decline over the last 5 seasons, I am extremely confident that this was a bad signing.
24 jui à 0 h 19
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Quoting: JetsCanesSens
I know like Saskleaf for example.


Maybe, I'd probably say somewhere like 12th or so. Slightly above average.
24 jui à 0 h 48
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Quoting: Brian2016
Not that much more, lol. Maybe compared to FL or TX, but not Massachusetts.


The cost of living in Toronto is among the highest in North America, also the bruins were lucky enough to lock up Marchand and pasta, before the Draisaitl and McDavid contracts reset the market, damn Chiarelli
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24 jui à 2 h 16
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Quoting: Goeff85
The cost of living in Toronto is among the highest in North America, also the bruins were lucky enough to lock up Marchand and pasta, before the Draisaitl and McDavid contracts reset the market, damn Chiarelli


There's a direct correlation, at least in American cities and states, between high cost of living and mismanaged budgets. Teams in Florida and Texas, among other places, have a significant advantage in recruiting and retaining top end talent because of taxes and cost of living expenses. Case and point: Tampa's roster.
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24 jui à 7 h 27
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AAV is great. Term is short. Can't believe he agreed to only 4 years. Very good contract for the Bruins.
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24 jui à 9 h 54
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Solid steal of a contract!
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24 jui à 11 h 07
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Quoting: Brian2016
After watching Hall slowly decline over the last 5 seasons, I am extremely confident that this was a bad signing.


With Boston he was playing at a 41G/30A pace
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24 jui à 12 h 03
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I couldn't imagine 5yr old me seeing hall being pick #1 then going to the bruins just amazing but all in all rly good deal and is going to be a rly good piece knowing we also didn't give up a 1st for him either (pp)
24 jui à 12 h 34
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Quoting: kaljakori
This is gonna end up being such an underpayment lmao, can't believe he had to settle for that, I don't think someone with his contract history would take a 2m+ paycut. For reference, that 8M range is what I expected him to land at.


Gotta say we would've had to have been some negotiator after the past two terrible years for him to get 8mill besides a short stint in Boston, good contract overall.
24 jui à 13 h 05
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Quoting: ON3M4N
With Boston he was playing at a 41G/30A pace


Actually, he played at a 57 point pace when you include the playoffs. 5 of the 16 regular season games were played against BUF, while they were in full tank mode. Hall was invisible against the Isles.
24 jui à 13 h 54
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Quoting: Brian2016
Actually, he played at a 57 point pace when you include the playoffs. 5 of the 16 regular season games were played against BUF, while they were in full tank mode. Hall was invisible against the Isles.


Lol a lot if guys when invisible against the Islanders. Btw how many of his points came against Buffalo?
24 jui à 14 h 21
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Quoting: IconicHawk
This should shut off the Hall to Toronto rumours


Nah, this just means that Boston has to eat 50% of his contract for Hall to join Crosby and Ovie in Toronto...the only city that matters (to eastern canadians).
 
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