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Retooling

Créé par: Imagine875948
Date de création initiale: 11 août 2021
Publié: 11 août 2021
Équipe: 2022-23 Penguins de Pittsburgh
Explications
This happens if we fail in the playoffs again
Signatures de joueurs autonomes
RFAANSCAP HIT
Joseph, Pierre-Olivier32 500 000 $
Kapanen, Kasperi24 000 000 $
Heinen, Danton11 500 000 $
Friedman, Mark31 000 000 $
Wood, Miles33 750 000 $
UFAANSCAP HIT
Aston-Reese, Zach22 000 000 $
Letang, Kris35 000 000 $
Trocheck, Vincent46 000 000 $
Fleury, Marc-André14 000 000 $
Niederreiter, Nino24 000 000 $
Transactions
1.
PIT
  1. Nelson, Brock (1 000 000 $ retained)
Détails additionnels:
2021 trade
NYI
  1. Pettersson, Marcus
  2. 2023 2e round pick (PIT)
2.
PIT
    Niedereitter

    Assuming he doesn't resign

    2021 trade
    CAR
    1. Zucker, Jason
    2. 2022 4e round pick (PIT)
    3.
    PIT
    1. Verhaeghe, Carter
    2. Denisenko, Grigori
    3. Heponiemi, Aleksi [Droits de RFA]
    4. 2023 1e round pick (FLA)
    FLA
      Malkin, Evgeni

      Pens retain 2-3 mil on his contract
      4.
      PIT
      1. Foote, Nolan
      2. Wood, Miles [Droits de RFA]
      Détails additionnels:
      2022 draft day trade
      NJD
        Rust, Bryan
        Rachats de contrats
        • Jack Johnson: 1 916 667 $
        ANNÉE DE REPÊCHAGERONDE 1RONDE 2RONDE 3RONDE 4RONDE 5RONDE 6RONDE 7
        2022
        PIT
        PIT
        PIT
        PIT
        PIT
        2023
        PIT
        FLA
        PIT
        PIT
        PIT
        PIT
        TOR
        2024
        PIT
        PIT
        PIT
        PIT
        PIT
        PIT
        PIT
        TAILLE DE LA FORMATIONPLAFOND SALARIALCAP HITEXCÉDENTS BONISESPACE SOUS LE PLAFOND SALARIAL
        2081 500 000 $81 358 334 $0 $0 $141 666 $
        Ailier gaucheCentreAilier droit
        PIT
        Guentzel, Jake
        6 000 000 $
        AG, AD
        NTC
        UFA - 2
        PIT
        Crosby, Sidney
        8 700 000 $
        C
        NMC
        UFA - 3
        PIT
        Kapanen, Kasperi
        4 000 000 $
        AD
        RFA
        Niederreiter, Nino
        4 000 000 $
        AG, AD
        UFA
        NYI
        Nelson, Brock
        5 000 000 $
        C, AG
        NTC
        UFA - 3
        Trocheck, Vincent
        6 000 000 $
        C, AD
        UFA
        Wood, Miles
        3 750 000 $
        AG
        RFA
        FLA
        Verhaeghe, Carter
        4 166 667 $
        AG, C
        UFA - 3
        PIT
        Aston-Reese, Zach
        2 000 000 $
        AG, AD
        UFA
        PIT
        McGinn, Brock
        2 750 000 $
        AG, AD
        UFA - 3
        PIT
        Blueger, Teddy
        2 200 000 $
        C, AG
        UFA - 1
        PIT
        Heinen, Danton
        1 500 000 $
        AG, AD
        RFA
        Défenseur gaucherDéfenseur droitierGardien de but
        PIT
        Dumoulin, Brian
        4 100 000 $
        DG
        NTC
        UFA - 1
        PIT
        Letang, Kris
        5 000 000 $
        DD
        UFA
        Fleury, Marc-André
        4 000 000 $
        G
        UFA
        PIT
        Joseph, Pierre-Olivier
        2 500 000 $
        DG
        RFA
        PIT
        Marino, John
        4 400 000 $
        DD
        UFA - 5
        PIT
        Jarry, Tristan
        3 500 000 $
        G
        UFA - 1
        PIT
        Matheson, Michael
        4 875 000 $
        DG
        NTC
        UFA - 4
        PIT
        Friedman, Mark
        1 000 000 $
        DD
        RFA
        Équipe de réserve
        FLA
        Denisenko, Grigori
        925 000 $ (0 $)
        AG, AD
        RFA - 1
        PIT
        Zohorna, Radim
        750 000 $ (0 $)
        AG, AD
        UFA - 1
        NJD
        Foote, Nolan
        863 333 $ (0 $)
        AG
        RFA - 2

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        11 août à 8 h 17
        #1
        Rejoint: sept. 2019
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        Why would a cup contender like the islanders trade their 2C mid season?
        11 août à 8 h 24
        #2
        Démarrer sujet
        Go Pens!!
        Rejoint: mars 2021
        Messages: 2,883
        Mentions "j'aime": 829
        Quoting: Trotz2020
        Why would a cup contender like the islanders trade their 2C mid season?


        Because there gonna need space to sign other guys. And Pageau and Beuavillier will be fighting for a top 6 roll
        11 août à 8 h 24
        #3
        Miss the Thrashers
        Rejoint: mai 2018
        Messages: 10,084
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        Why would Carolina move someone who was on a 25+ Goal pace last year for a cap dump and a 4th? You'd need to add to Zucker a fair bit.
        11 août à 8 h 25
        #4
        First NY Then LA
        Rejoint: juin 2018
        Messages: 21,337
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        The premise of this construction is that Pittsburgh fails in the 2022 playoffs. Ergo, the season is over and Evgeni Malkin is a free agent (and about to turn 36). Why would Florida trade for him?
        11 août à 8 h 25
        #5
        Démarrer sujet
        Go Pens!!
        Rejoint: mars 2021
        Messages: 2,883
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        Quoting: Caniac2000
        Why would Carolina move someone who was on a 25+ Goal pace last year for a cap dump and a 4th? You'd need to add to Zucker a fair bit.


        Because your window could close sooner than expected. Nino could easily walk, and Zucker is a good replacement. Covid ruined lots of players years, so dont blame him. He was great the year we traded for him till Covid hit
        11 août à 8 h 27
        #6
        First NY Then LA
        Rejoint: juin 2018
        Messages: 21,337
        Mentions "j'aime": 11,222
        Quoting: Trotz2020
        Why would a cup contender like the islanders trade their 2C mid season?


        It isn't mid-season, it's after the 2022 Stanley Cup playoffs.
        Imagine875948 a aimé ceci.
        11 août à 8 h 29
        #7
        Démarrer sujet
        Go Pens!!
        Rejoint: mars 2021
        Messages: 2,883
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        Quoting: OldNYIfan
        It isn't mid-season, it's after the 2022 Stanley Cup playoffs.


        The isles have Beauvillier whonis gonna get better and better, and hes still in a bottom 6 role. There gonna have to trade one of there top 6 players, and Nelson is making some money they could use to resign guys
        11 août à 9 h 10
        #8
        Rejoint: juill. 2017
        Messages: 1,067
        Mentions "j'aime": 326
        Doubt we do that. Rust will be 30 already; Foote will only be 21 or 22, and Wood will be 26
        11 août à 9 h 11
        #9
        Islanders Fan
        Rejoint: mai 2016
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        Quoting: Imagine875948
        Because there gonna need space to sign other guys. And Pageau and Beuavillier will be fighting for a top 6 roll


        Beauvillier is a wing and already in the top-6. JGP is arguably the best 3C in the game. Isles have some of the strongest C depth in the league but that doesn't mean they're going to intentionally sabotage themselves and make a bad trade
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        11 août à 9 h 15
        #10
        Rejoint: juill. 2020
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        No way the Panthers pay that for a rental Malkin. They don't have a burning need for centers
        VijayPatel11 a aimé ceci.
        11 août à 9 h 30
        #11
        Hurricane Waddell
        Rejoint: mai 2018
        Messages: 3,987
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        Zucker is a injury waiting to happen

        Quoting: Imagine875948
        Because your window could close sooner than expected. Nino could easily walk, and Zucker is a good replacement. Covid ruined lots of players years, so dont blame him. He was great the year we traded for him till Covid hit
        11 août à 9 h 47
        #12
        Rejoint: juill. 2021
        Messages: 905
        Mentions "j'aime": 559
        Quoting: Imagine875948
        Because there gonna need space to sign other guys. And Pageau and Beuavillier will be fighting for a top 6 roll

        but they have the space and beauvillier already has a top six role? he plays with nelson on his line?
        UBS_ARENA a aimé ceci.
        11 août à 9 h 56
        #13
        Rejoint: nov. 2016
        Messages: 1,521
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        Quoting: Imagine875948
        Because there gonna need space to sign other guys. And Pageau and Beuavillier will be fighting for a top 6 roll


        Isles cap situation is fine, Beau is already a top 6 player and Pageau is the 3c. Bad trade proposal.
        UBS_ARENA a aimé ceci.
        11 août à 10 h 3
        #14
        Rejoint: mai 2019
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        Why would the Devils trade two good forwards for the signing rights to one good forward?
        Rust will be a 2022 UFA...he won't be traded at 2022 draft.
        11 août à 10 h 21
        #15
        You owe us picks
        Rejoint: juin 2020
        Messages: 440
        Mentions "j'aime": 156
        Quoting: Imagine875948
        Because there gonna need space to sign other guys. And Pageau and Beuavillier will be fighting for a top 6 roll


        What other guys? Their only major re-signing next year is Pulock and to a lesser degree Clutterbuck and Komarov if they even decide to bring them back. Even if they do bring them back they won't be getting 3 million + like they are now. Pageau seems pretty content in the 3C spot since all 4 lines get pretty much equal ice time anyways. And Beau's been a 2nd line LW with Nelson and Bailey for the past 3 years, so he's already a top 6 player.
        11 août à 12 h 52
        #16
        Rejoint: août 2021
        Messages: 1,595
        Mentions "j'aime": 539
        Idk what you're smoking but isles counter with Mayfield for Guentzel 1 million retained.
        11 août à 16 h 30
        #17
        Miss the Thrashers
        Rejoint: mai 2018
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        Quoting: Imagine875948
        Because your window could close sooner than expected. Nino could easily walk, and Zucker is a good replacement. Covid ruined lots of players years, so dont blame him. He was great the year we traded for him till Covid hit


        Zucker and Nino are both inconsistent, but Nino's deal expires and they get 5.25 mil to sign someone more consistent. Why would they take on a longer term player with consistency issues?
         
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