Forums/Trade Machine Proposals

If Campbell leaves

Créé par: GO_LEAFS_GO58
Publié: 15 mai à 11 h 45
Plafond salarial: 81 500 000 $
Journées à la saison: 40/200 (20%)
Détermination du registraire central: Cette transaction a rempli les différents critères exigés par le registraire central de la LNH.

Logo de Predators de NashvillePredators de Nashville

DépartStatutSalaire retenuCap hit effectifFormationSPCListe de réserveChoix 1e rd2e et 3e rd4e à 7e rdPJGAPMBA%EFF
Harpur, BenPredators de NashvilleLNH-160 000 $011---19011--
Trenin, YakovPredators de NashvilleLNH-145 000 $011---8017724--
Saros, JuusePredators de NashvilleLNH50%500 000 $011-------
ArrivéeStatutSalaire retenuCap hit effectifFormationSPCListe de réserveChoix 1e rd2e et 3e rd4e à 7e rdPJGAPMBA%EFF
Holl, JustinMaple Leafs de TorontoLNH-400 000 $011---6932023--
Kerfoot, AlexanderMaple Leafs de TorontoLNH-700 000 $011---82133851--
VariationEspace sous le plafond salarialFormationSPCListe de réserveChoix 1e rd2e et 3e rd4e à 7e rdPJGAPMBA%EFF
Initial10 283 849 $2444583610
Variation-295 000 $-1-1-1000
Final9 988 849 $ (↓)23 (↓)43 (↓)57 (↓)3610-15049

Logo de Sénateurs d'OttawaSénateurs d'Ottawa

DépartStatutSalaire retenuCap hit effectifFormationSPCListe de réserveChoix 1e rd2e et 3e rd4e à 7e rdPJGAPMBA%EFF
Brown, ConnorSénateurs d'OttawaLNH50%360 000 $011---64102939--
ArrivéeStatutSalaire retenuCap hit effectifFormationSPCListe de réserveChoix 1e rd2e et 3e rd4e à 7e rdPJGAPMBA%EFF
Trenin, YakovPredators de NashvilleLNH-145 000 $011---8017724--
Choix de 5e ronde en 2023 (Logo de Maple Leafs de TorontoTOR)---001------
VariationEspace sous le plafond salarialFormationSPCListe de réserveChoix 1e rd2e et 3e rd4e à 7e rdPJGAPMBA%EFF
Initial10 618 574 $2247633816
Variation215 000 $000001
Final10 833 574 $ (↑)2247633817 (↑)7-22-15

Logo de Maple Leafs de TorontoMaple Leafs de Toronto

DépartStatutSalaire retenuCap hit effectifFormationSPCListe de réserveChoix 1e rd2e et 3e rd4e à 7e rdPJGAPMBA%EFF
Holl, JustinMaple Leafs de TorontoLNH-2 000 000 $011---6932023--
Kerfoot, AlexanderMaple Leafs de TorontoLNH-3 500 000 $011---82133851--
Choix de 5e ronde en 2023 (Logo de Maple Leafs de TorontoTOR)---001------
ArrivéeStatutSalaire retenuCap hit effectifFormationSPCListe de réserveChoix 1e rd2e et 3e rd4e à 7e rdPJGAPMBA%EFF
Brown, ConnorSénateurs d'OttawaLNH50%1 800 000 $011---64102939--
Harpur, BenPredators de NashvilleLNH-800 000 $011---19011--
Saros, JuusePredators de NashvilleLNH50%2 500 000 $011-------
VariationEspace sous le plafond salarialFormationSPCListe de réserveChoix 1e rd2e et 3e rd4e à 7e rdPJGAPMBA%EFF
Initial635 000 $374764338
Variation400 000 $11100-1
Final1 035 000 $ (↑)38 (↑)48 (↑)65 (↑)337 (↓)-6-28-34
15 mai à 11 h 50
#1
Avatar de l'utilisateur
Rejoint: juin 2017
Messages: 4,912
Mentions "j'aime": 3,022
This is ludicrously bad for NSH.
Gmonwy, salty_, zizougaffar and 3 others a aimé ceci.
15 mai à 12 h 23
#2
Avatar de l'utilisateur
Rejoint: mars 2022
Messages: 652
Mentions "j'aime": 651
Quoting: gmgb
This is ludicrously bad for NSH.


You'll take cap dumps for your Vezina nominated goalie and you'll like it dammit.
gmgb, Gmonwy, Rhea and 2 others a aimé ceci.
15 mai à 12 h 28
#3
Avatar de l'utilisateur
Rejoint: juin 2017
Messages: 4,912
Mentions "j'aime": 3,022
Quoting: dk325
You'll take cap dumps for your Vezina nominated goalie and you'll like it dammit.


Even if Saros were removed from the proposal, NSH still doesn't consider.
15 mai à 12 h 40
#4
couldnt afford 2nd t
Avatar de l'utilisateur
Rejoint: sept. 2021
Messages: 211
Mentions "j'aime": 78
It doesn't do anything for Ottawa to trade Connor Brown for Trenin. They don't really play the same role, and Trenin is a lot more limited where he can play in the lineup. He is going to get a nice raise because he has established himself as a strong physical 3rd liner who can score goals, and he is eligible for arbitration. Nashville is usually good at getting guys like that below market value because of their tax situation and team culture, but if he comes to Ottawa he is probably a 2.5+ million dollar player on a 2 year extension, maybe 3.0+. Dorion rarely buys up UFA years for those kind of luxury 3rd line type players, probably because when he has in the past, it hasn't worked out (Smith, Burrows, etc).

So it won't save the Senators much money vs paying Brown 4 million (in salary) this season. It gets them an extra year of cost control, but with an inferior player.

I suspect they might deal Connor Brown this off season in a package deal for a first line forward like Kevin Fiala. This is because they will need to dump salary to maintain their budget, give the other team value, and the Senators won't re-sign Brown at the end of his contract so it makes sense to cut bait 1 year early instead of moving out a piece that will be cost controlled for longer. I think the Senators will package Brown, the 7th overall pick, and possibly a small plus for a young established first line forward.

William Nylander is the only player who meets that criteria on either Nashville or Toronto who if made available would go for what the Senators would offer. Although, the problem with Nylander is that he has 2 years of term left. Which is an awkward point where he cannot sign an extension, but it isn't enough term to comfortably give up major assets for when there will be better options. 7th+Brown as the basis for Nylander would be more than fair if the Leafs want to trade him. They aren't likely to be offered a better package deal considering the difficulties around Nylander's term, and the fact that players with limited term when traded rarely get full value. I don't expect the Leafs to trade Nylander though, and I would expect the Senators to go after Fiala as their first choice since it has been so heavily rumored. Now that the lottery has passed, it wouldn't surprise me if all sides involved (OTT/MIN/Fiala) already know the basis of a possible deal and extension and are just waiting to see if anything better materializes for either side closer to the draft. (Since there is no point in rushing a trade until then)
15 mai à 13 h 46
#5
Avatar de l'utilisateur
Rejoint: juin 2017
Messages: 4,912
Mentions "j'aime": 3,022
Quoting: budgeteam
It doesn't do anything for Ottawa to trade Connor Brown for Trenin. They don't really play the same role, and Trenin is a lot more limited where he can play in the lineup. He is going to get a nice raise because he has established himself as a strong physical 3rd liner who can score goals, and he is eligible for arbitration. Nashville is usually good at getting guys like that below market value because of their tax situation and team culture, but if he comes to Ottawa he is probably a 2.5+ million dollar player on a 2 year extension, maybe 3.0+. Dorion rarely buys up UFA years for those kind of luxury 3rd line type players, probably because when he has in the past, it hasn't worked out (Smith, Burrows, etc).

So it won't save the Senators much money vs paying Brown 4 million (in salary) this season. It gets them an extra year of cost control, but with an inferior player.

I suspect they might deal Connor Brown this off season in a package deal for a first line forward like Kevin Fiala. This is because they will need to dump salary to maintain their budget, give the other team value, and the Senators won't re-sign Brown at the end of his contract so it makes sense to cut bait 1 year early instead of moving out a piece that will be cost controlled for longer. I think the Senators will package Brown, the 7th overall pick, and possibly a small plus for a young established first line forward.

William Nylander is the only player who meets that criteria on either Nashville or Toronto who if made available would go for what the Senators would offer. Although, the problem with Nylander is that he has 2 years of term left. Which is an awkward point where he cannot sign an extension, but it isn't enough term to comfortably give up major assets for when there will be better options. 7th+Brown as the basis for Nylander would be more than fair if the Leafs want to trade him. They aren't likely to be offered a better package deal considering the difficulties around Nylander's term, and the fact that players with limited term when traded rarely get full value. I don't expect the Leafs to trade Nylander though, and I would expect the Senators to go after Fiala as their first choice since it has been so heavily rumored. Now that the lottery has passed, it wouldn't surprise me if all sides involved (OTT/MIN/Fiala) already know the basis of a possible deal and extension and are just waiting to see if anything better materializes for either side closer to the draft. (Since there is no point in rushing a trade until then)


Yeah even without all the nonsense TOR part of this proposal, I don't think either team considers the Trenin for Brown trade.
salty_ a aimé ceci.
15 mai à 14 h 19
#6
Avatar de l'utilisateur
Rejoint: oct. 2019
Messages: 3,279
Mentions "j'aime": 1,130
Leaf fans need to start calling our their own.

Starting to embarrass yourselves with these.
TheOntarioBruin05 et Cowling a aimé ceci.
15 mai à 22 h 49
#7
Avatar de l'utilisateur
Rejoint: mars 2021
Messages: 3,565
Mentions "j'aime": 2,307
Dude, c'mon............pull your head out of your ass.

If you're a real Leaf fan, show some knowledge of the game and it's players
Cowling a aimé ceci.
16 mai à 15 h 32
#8
Avatar de l'utilisateur
Rejoint: janv. 2018
Messages: 13,955
Mentions "j'aime": 9,282
So basically the Leafs get everything they want, and everyone else just gets sh*t in their mouth?
17 mai à 10 h 53
#9
Avatar de l'utilisateur
Rejoint: déc. 2020
Messages: 8
Mentions "j'aime": 2
This is horrendous
 
Répondre
To create a post please Login or S'inscrire
Question:
Options:
Ajouter une option
Supprimer une option
Soumettre le sondage