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what should be done

Créé par: LIhockeyfan
Date de création initiale: 3 févr. 2022
Publié: 3 févr. 2022
Équipe: 2022-23 Islanders de New York
Explications
Varlamov could fetch a first round pick but it makes more sense to acquire the two 2nds for the purpose of flipping them

Getting Samsonov makes sense to give Sorokin another Russian goaltender to work alongside for the future. The 2nd round pick and a RFA D should get it done if the other Ilya is not staying in Washington.

Anaheim adds more veteran leadership for the playoffs to help a very young team. Isles retain 25% as a sweetener to get a slightly higher return.

Letting Eberle go should never have happened. Isles send Palmieri with the salary retention and 2 picks at the draft to bring Eberle back to LI

Clutterbuck goes to Florida at the deadline for their playoff run and to bolster the penalty kill and adds needed playoff experience. Isles can attempt to re-sign him at that 1.75 cap or less but Ross may be proving he's a serviceable replacement

Panik didn't make much sense in the Leddy trade to begin with as he never was going to see real NHL time so Isles do him a favor and send him to the playoffs for basically nothing in return.

I dont love the idea of Mayfield being the 7th D but it makes sense for the Isles to try and add Leddy back and get more puck moving Dmen. Dobson has slowly filled Toews' shoes but that trade never should've happened and it should've been Leddy gone then and having Dobson and Toews now the Isles bring back Leddy to try and replace what they are clearly missing this year.

Mayfields cap hit is too sweet to move now. If at the deadline next year he is not getting the minutes he can be traded for a good return or he steps in for Salo come playoff time given his experience.

Klingberg is the big offseason fish that immediately establishes a much more secure blue line.
Signatures de joueurs autonomes
RFAANSCAP HIT
Bellows, Kieffer3900 000 $
Dobson, Noah44 000 000 $
Salo, Robin31 000 000 $
Samsonov, Ilya44 000 000 $
UFAANSCAP HIT
Clutterbuck, Cal21 750 000 $
Klingberg, John55 500 000 $
Leddy, Nick34 000 000 $
Transactions
1.
NYI
  1. 2022 2e round pick (EDM)
  2. 2023 2e round pick (EDM)
EDM
  1. Varlamov, Semyon
Détails additionnels:
2022 deadline
2.
NYI
  1. 2022 2e round pick (ANA)
  2. 2023 4e round pick (ANA)
ANA
  1. Bailey, Josh (1 250 000 $ retained)
Détails additionnels:
2022 deadline
3.
NYI
  1. Samsonov, Ilya [Droits de RFA]
WSH
  1. Aho, Sebastian [Droits de RFA]
  2. 2022 2e round pick (ANA)
Détails additionnels:
draft day deal
4.
NYI
  1. Eberle, Jordan
SEA
  1. Palmieri, Kyle (1 250 000 $ retained)
  2. 2022 2e round pick (EDM)
  3. 2022 5e round pick (NYI)
Détails additionnels:
Seattle takes the picks at the draft to continue to build to the future
5.
NYI
  1. 2022 6e round pick (BOS)
BOS
  1. Pánik, Richard
Détails additionnels:
deadline dump
6.
NYI
  1. 2022 3e round pick (FLA)
FLA
  1. Clutterbuck, Cal
Détails additionnels:
deadline deal for draft capital. attempt to resign him in offseason for no more than that cost
Rachats de contrats
  • Rick DiPietro: 0 $
Transactions impliquant une retenue de salaire
  • Josh Bailey: 1 250 000 $ (25%)
  • Kyle Palmieri: 1 250 000 $ (25%)
ANNÉE DE REPÊCHAGERONDE 1RONDE 2RONDE 3RONDE 4RONDE 5RONDE 6RONDE 7
2022
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Logo de FLA
Logo de NYI
Logo de BOS
2023
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Logo de NYI
Logo de EDM
Logo de NYI
Logo de ANA
Logo de NYI
Logo de NYI
Logo de NYI
2024
Logo de NYI
Logo de NYI
Logo de NYI
Logo de NYI
Logo de NYI
Logo de NYI
Logo de NYI
TAILLE DE LA FORMATIONPLAFOND SALARIALCAP HITEXCÉDENTS Info-bulleBONISESPACE SOUS LE PLAFOND SALARIAL
2282 500 000 $81 839 963 $245 796 $620 000 $660 037 $

Formation

Ailier gaucheCentreAilier droit
Logo de NYI
Lee, Anders
7 000 000 $
AG, C
NTC
UFA - 4
Logo de NYI
Barzal, Mathew
7 000 000 $
C
RFA - 1
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Wahlstrom, Oliver
894 167 $
AD, C
RFA - 1
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Beauvillier, Anthony
4 150 000 $
AG, AD
UFA - 2
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Nelson, Brock
6 000 000 $
C, AG
NTC
UFA - 3
Logo de SEA
Eberle, Jordan
5 500 000 $
AD
NTC
UFA - 2
Logo de NYI
Bellows, Kieffer
900 000 $
AG, AD
RFA
Logo de NYI
Pageau, Jean-Gabriel
5 000 000 $
C
NTC
UFA - 4
Logo de NYI
Holmström, Simon
863 333 $
AD
RFA - 2
Logo de NYI
Martin, Matt
1 500 000 $
AG, AD
UFA - 2
Logo de NYI
Cizikas, Casey
2 500 000 $
C
UFA - 5
Logo de NYI
Johnston, Ross
1 100 000 $
AG
UFA - 4
Défenseur gaucherDéfenseur droitierGardien de but
Logo de NYI
Pelech, Adam
5 750 000 $
DG
NTC
UFA - 7
Logo de NYI
Pulock, Ryan
6 150 000 $
DD
NTC
UFA - 8
Logo de NYI
Sorokin, Ilya
4 000 000 $
G
UFA - 2
Logo de NYI
Salo, Robin
1 000 000 $
DG
RFA - 2
Logo de NYI
Dobson, Noah
4 000 000 $
DD
RFA
Samsonov, Ilya
4 000 000 $
G
RFA - 1
Leddy, Nick
4 000 000 $
DG
NTC
UFA - 4
Klingberg, John
5 500 000 $
DD
NTC
UFA - 1
Laissés de côtéListe des blessés (IR)Liste des blessés à long terme (LTIR)
Logo de NYI
Räty, Aatu
836 667 $
C
RFA - 3
Logo de NYI
Mayfield, Scott
1 450 000 $
DD
UFA - 1

Unités spéciales

Avantage numérique 1
Lee, A.
Barzal, M.
Wahlstrom, O.
Dobson, N.
Eberle, J.
Avantage numérique 2
Beauvillier, A.
Nelson, B.
Holmström, S.
Pageau, J.
Klingberg, J.
Infériorité numérique 1
Pageau, J.
Bellows, K.
Dobson, N.
Klingberg, J.
Infériorité numérique 2
Cizikas, C.
Martin, M.
Pelech, A.
Pulock, R.

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#26
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Quoting: Snowball
So bruins are paying for your cap dump? Pick another team


they have the cap space and he would be useful in the playoffs on the 4th line for little to no cost. He's already had 50% retained by DET. Debrusk is not coming back to BOS and they will trade his RFA rights at the draft for a pick. He's a cheap add
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Quoting: LIhockeyfan
they have the cap space and he would be useful in the playoffs on the 4th line for little to no cost. He's already had 50% retained by DET. Debrusk is not coming back to BOS and they will trade his RFA rights at the draft for a pick. He's a cheap add


2.75m next year for 4th liner at best probably even 13th forward, sorry bruins won’t pay for that someone else might with more cap space, Pending Bergeron, bruins need to sign him and a legit 2C, along with fill rest of roster, to much $ for them
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Quoting: KDow88
Only issue is, Florida has too many forwards as it is, and a few that play the role CC plays- Lomberg, even Bennett to name a couple, their after a 2nd paring d man as their main target too.. I totally get where you're coming from for the Picks aspect, I would do the same tbh as the GM, pick up a couple decent picks to make other areas expendable without really losing anything in the process, I can see Edmonton paying that type of price with the conditions on picks IF Varly was to waive his NTC to go to Edmonton, but again the Isles would need to take Koskinen on for cap purposes, plus his deal expires come seasons end anyways, so you wouldn't need to deal with the PTSD for too long, plus he likely helps them get a higher pick as it is... One last thing I forgot to note earlier, Klingberg will NOT sign for anything less than 6 years and likely $8m, which I believe a few people have pointed out already.. He was looking for 7/8 years with Dallas starting at $8m(as a home team discount), before the talks completely broke off and Nill is looking to likely deal him now... I see a team like the Red Wings make a big push to have him in the 2nd pairing D behind Seider, possibly the Preds as they have the cap space and are showing signs of improvements. Otherwise it may be teams like Arizona, or Buffalo that will just throw a bunch of money at him to lure him there for cap purposes and try relieve some of the younger players of the pressures of being a top pairing NHL D man at the ages of 19 or 23(Power/Dahlin)...


Klingberg is going to be looking at Hamiltons deal. Hamilton got paid more to go to a team that is still a couple years away so as I mentioned above and as you point out Klingberg will get more to go to a rebuild but a team that is in win now mode is not going to throw that money and term at him
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Quoting: Snowball
2.75m next year for 4th liner at best probably even 13th forward, sorry bruins won’t pay for that someone else might with more cap space, Pending Bergeron, bruins need to sign him and a legit 2C, along with fill rest of roster, to much $ for them


technically its 1.375 with Detroits retention. BOS may not do anything until the Bergeron deal is figured out and they know what money they have but if they look to add at the deadline, Panik is a guy that would yield pretty much zero going back to NY and BOS could package him in a Debrusk/Zboril offseason deal to a team like AZ/BUF etc
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Quoting: ClockReads2113
Jarry was put on waivers September 2019, so at that point played 29 games, certainly not a ton but played some. He never really dominated the AHL, he played 141 AHL games with a .915sv%.

Sammy had a good game against EDM. 2 tip in goals he had no chance of getting. Then the 3rd was bad but he should have never started the game, that's on the coach. That goal was becuase he faced 45 shots less than 24 hours before. When the best player in the world comes at you on the PP and you're tired as hell, you're going to go down early and play the pass. He can be inconsistent but ceiling is way too high to give away for little return.


Point I was making about Jarry, which you're taking the career span for the 915%, not what he was doing the last season and a bit before his f/t callup, is that Jarry has been continuously showing signs of improvement year after year, again last year started off slow, being the F/T no 1 in the NHL is a big step, but he figured it our in the 2nd half- playoffs I'm sure he'd like to forget. But, to answer those critics this year being arguably a top 5 goalie shows that the kid continues to grow and elevate his game. Sammy in the same timeframe as mentioned is just wildly inconsistent, and for last nights game, I'd make an argument that he probably could've had the goal by Leon, Kane's yes deflected but he was going down to the butterfly before the puck was deflected and it still beat him 5-hole but I get it deflections not really on the goalie most of the time, but that 3rd goal was god awful....
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Klingberg is going to be looking at Hamiltons deal. Hamilton got paid more to go to a team that is still a couple years away so as I mentioned above and as you point out Klingberg will get more to go to a rebuild but a team that is in win now mode is not going to throw that money and term at him


Which if somebody came to you and said "Hey, the Islanders are offering you $5m over 5 years totaling $25m to win now, but, the Red Wings are offering you $8mx7years totaling $56m"-more than double with 2 more years of financial security and the team could be in the "win-now" phase year 3 of that deal- where would you go to?
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Point I was making about Jarry, which you're taking the career span for the 915%, not what he was doing the last season and a bit before his f/t callup, is that Jarry has been continuously showing signs of improvement year after year, again last year started off slow, being the F/T no 1 in the NHL is a big step, but he figured it our in the 2nd half- playoffs I'm sure he'd like to forget. But, to answer those critics this year being arguably a top 5 goalie shows that the kid continues to grow and elevate his game. Sammy in the same timeframe as mentioned is just wildly inconsistent, and for last nights game, I'd make an argument that he probably could've had the goal by Leon, Kane's yes deflected but he was going down to the butterfly before the puck was deflected and it still beat him 5-hole but I get it deflections not really on the goalie most of the time, but that 3rd goal was god awful....


Sammy has been inconsistent becuase he gets inconsistent time. Both him and VV get like 2-3 games then they switch them out. Again, a really stupid coaching tactic.

No goalie stopping Leon's, That was an absolutely nasty tip. Every goalie plays it the same way Sammy did. And like I said, a tired ass goalie facing McDavid on the PP is going to get scored on there most likely.
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With about $10 million in cap space, Anaheim doesn't need, and won't be paying a sweetener for, salary retention. So IF we're interested in adding Josh Bailey for his 33rd and 34th years, it would be for a third and a fourth, at most.
 
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