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Date de création initiale: 8 sept. 2022
Publié: 8 sept. 2022
Équipe: 2024-25 Maple Leafs de Toronto
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LISTE DE RÉSERVEANSCAP HIT
Knies, Matthew1925 000 $
Minten, Fraser2875 000 $
RFAANSCAP HIT
Liljegren, Timothy64 500 000 $
Robertson, Nicholas11 250 000 $
Samsonov, Ilya35 000 000 $
Sandin, Rasmus12 000 000 $
Steeves, Alex1800 000 $
Amirov, Rodion1850 000 $
Abruzzese, Nick1775 000 $
Douglas, Curtis1775 000 $
Der-Arguchintsev, Semyon1775 000 $
Mete, Victor11 000 000 $
Holmberg, Pontus1900 000 $
UFAANSCAP HIT
Nylander, William89 000 000 $
Bunting, Michael34 500 000 $
ANNÉE DE REPÊCHAGE1E RONDE2E RONDE3E RONDE4E RONDE5E RONDE6E RONDE7E RONDE
2023
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2024
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2025
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TAILLE DE LA FORMATIONPLAFOND SALARIALCAP HITEXCÉDENTS Info-bulleBONISESPACE SOUS LE PLAFOND SALARIAL
2282 500 000 $68 715 779 $0 $0 $13 784 221 $
Ailier gaucheCentreAilier droit
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Bunting, Michael
4 500 000 $
AG
UFA
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Tavares, John
11 000 000 $
C
NMC
UFA - 1
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Marner, Mitchell
10 903 000 $
AD
NMC
UFA - 1
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Järnkrok, Calle
2 100 000 $
AG, AD
M-NTC
UFA - 2
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Knies, Matthew
925 000 $
AG
RFA
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Nylander, William
9 000 000 $
AD, AG
UFA
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Robertson, Nicholas
1 250 000 $
AG
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Steeves, Alex
800 000 $
AG, AD
RFA
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Der-Arguchintsev, Semyon
775 000 $
C
RFA
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Minten, Fraser
875 000 $
C
RFA - 1
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Douglas, Curtis
775 000 $
C
RFA
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Holmberg, Pontus
900 000 $
C
RFA
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Abruzzese, Nick
775 000 $
AG, C
RFA
Défenseur gaucherDéfenseur droitierGardien de but
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Rielly, Morgan
7 500 000 $
DG
NMC
UFA - 6
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Liljegren, Timothy
4 500 000 $
DD
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Samsonov, Ilya
5 000 000 $
G
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Sandin, Rasmus
2 000 000 $
DG
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Niemelä, Topi
856 667 $
DD
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Woll, Joseph
766 667 $
G
RFA - 1
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Mete, Victor
1 000 000 $
DG/DD
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Villeneuve, William
817 778 $
DD
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Kokkonen, Mikko
846 667 $
DG
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Laissés de côtéListe des blessés (IR)Liste des blessés à long terme (LTIR)
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Amirov, Rodion
850 000 $
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8 sept. 2022 à 18 h 51
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We have 13.7 mil in cap, should be easy enough to get him
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8 sept. 2022 à 19 h 3
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Honestly I love him but I don't see Matty staying. He's a Zona boy. I imagine he'll go to Zona or one of the Cali teams - but here's hoping!
8 sept. 2022 à 19 h 9
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Quoting: stephane_robidas
Honestly I love him but I don't see Matty staying. He's a Zona boy. I imagine he'll go to Zona or one of the Cali teams - but here's hoping!


Lol, nope. He will stick in Toronto. If he goes anywhere else it's LA or Rangers.
8 sept. 2022 à 19 h 37
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Never seen a fan so amped about the potential for one of the best players in the league to leave their team
8 sept. 2022 à 19 h 40
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Quoting: GenXHockey
Lol, nope. He will stick in Toronto. If he goes anywhere else it's LA or Rangers.


I dunno, who wouldn't want to play in a rink that has worse capacity than most OHL rinks?
8 sept. 2022 à 19 h 40
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Quoting: GenXHockey
Lol, nope. He will stick in Toronto. If he goes anywhere else it's LA or Rangers.


Exactly, hence why I said "one of the Cali teams". Los Angeles is in California.
8 sept. 2022 à 19 h 43
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Quoting: stephane_robidas
Honestly I love him but I don't see Matty staying. He's a Zona boy. I imagine he'll go to Zona or one of the Cali teams - but here's hoping!


Don't think there's a chance he goes to Arizona. Unless they get Bedard and have a crazy turn around. Tavares wouldn't have come to Toronto if they were in Arizonas position. Toronto was on the upswing so it made sense to be apart of that. Arizona is in the middle of a decades long rebuild while playing in a joke stadium. I could be wrong but I think winning a cup means more to matthews than playing for Arizona. Would love to see him in LA though.
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8 sept. 2022 à 19 h 44
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Quoting: stephane_robidas
Exactly, hence why I said "one of the Cali teams". Los Angeles is in California.


I don't think it takes a tremendous amount of comprehension to see where we differ.
8 sept. 2022 à 19 h 45
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Quoting: SociallyHawkward
Don't think there's a chance he goes to Arizona. Unless they get Bedard and have a crazy turn around. Tavares wouldn't have come to Toronto if they were in Arizonas position. Toronto was on the upswing so it made sense to be apart of that. Arizona is in the middle of a decades long rebuild while playing in a joke stadium. I could be wrong but I think winning a cup means more to matthews than playing for Arizona. Would love to see him in LA though.


Could deffo see him sign in AZ. He'll be what? 27 when his deal is up? Prime of his career and they might be just ending their rebuild. They have so many picks. I think their turn around will come sooner than expected.
8 sept. 2022 à 19 h 46
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I don't think it takes a tremendous amount of comprehension to see where we differ.


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I don't think it takes a tremendous amount of comprehension to see where we differ.


Me enlish no so good
8 sept. 2022 à 19 h 51
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Could deffo see him sign in AZ. He'll be what? 27 when his deal is up? Prime of his career and they might be just ending their rebuild. They have so many picks. I think their turn around will come sooner than expected.


Ah yes, notoriously great rebuilding team the coyotes
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8 sept. 2022 à 19 h 54
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Ah yes, notoriously great rebuilding team the coyotes


They could take a thing or two from the Leafs in that department, starting with a massive free agent signing
8 sept. 2022 à 19 h 59
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They could take a thing or two from the Leafs in that department, starting with a massive free agent signing


much better than the habs 'think you're actually a good team because of a fluke run then end up in last place and blow the pick" strategy
8 sept. 2022 à 20 h 0
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Quoting: stephane_robidas
They could take a thing or two from the Leafs in that department, starting with a massive free agent signing


You mean when our rebuild ended? Playoff teams aren't rebuilding.
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8 sept. 2022 à 20 h 1
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much better than the habs 'think you're actually a good team because of a fluke run then end up in last place and blow the pick" strategy


Totally! Thank goodness Bergy is gone now
8 sept. 2022 à 20 h 2
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You mean when our rebuild ended? Playoff teams aren't rebuilding.


No but use the style the Leafs used. Tank for a couple of years and collect some talent (34, 16, 88, 44), make a splash in free agency (Marleau, Tavares) and make a deal to bring in a goalie (Andy).

I mean, it worked for Toronto. Sure they haven't won a playoff series since I was 3 but that is bound to change. They've had some fantastic regular seasons and are a blast to watch. There are certainly factions of their plan that Arizona could use. Might take a bit longer but maybe they throw excess amounts of money at Matthews and keep him happy for a year or two of a continued rebuild and then they can rock and roll.
8 sept. 2022 à 20 h 7
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Quoting: stephane_robidas
No but use the style the Leafs used. Tank for a couple of years and collect some talent (34, 16, 88, 44), make a splash in free agency (Marleau, Tavares) and make a deal to bring in a goalie (Andy).

I mean, it worked for Toronto. Sure they haven't won a playoff series since I was 3 but that is bound to change. They've had some fantastic regular seasons and are a blast to watch. There are certainly factions of their plan that Arizona could use. Might take a bit longer but maybe they throw excess amounts of money at Matthews and keep him happy for a year or two of a continued rebuild and then they can rock and roll.


Arizona can't draft or pay players... or rinks... hell not even their practice rinks.
8 sept. 2022 à 20 h 49
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With the high likelihood that Matthews leaves Toronto once his deal is up, I think he takes into 2 things above money. First, would be a team that is a contender at that point, starting to be a contender at that point, or are only about 2 years or less away from being a contender. A team that actually has a shot at the cup, a team like LA for example, would be perfect for this criteria. The second criteria would be the proximity to his hometown in Arizona. So that would leave teams like LA, Anaheim, Seattle, Dallas, St. Louis, Vegas, Minnesota, and obviously Arizona as the most likely teams he would consider going to. Dallas, St. Louis, Minnesota, and Vegas would fit the “contender now” status from criteria 1 that I mention. LA and Anaheim would be best classified as “starting to be a contender”, with Seattle and Arizona being classified as the “soon to be contender” status. Narrowing it down further, teams like Vegas, Minnesota, and Dallas wouldn’t be able to afford a Matthews splash (this is where Colorado would also end up, they won’t make the same mistake as Toronto, right?). St. Louis could probably afford Matthews, assuming that Tarasenko leaves in UFA, but also ROR as well, so St. Louis would be a potential dark horse.

That leaves LA, Anaheim, Seattle, and Arizona as the most likely choices for Matthews to go to in UFA. And of these teams, I am gonna guess that he lands in Arizona. That being said, this is all hypothetical so who cares. I would keep an eye on the Sabres and Bruins if Matthews decides to stay in the East, though.
8 sept. 2022 à 22 h 4
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Quoting: Nathaniel
We have 13.7 mil in cap, should be easy enough to get him


umm... think again, it'll be pick one or the other situation, Matthews stays and Nylander leaves or Matthews goes and Leafs scramble to overpay Nylander. Also Knies, Sandin and Robertson RFA contract are unknown variables.

Pretty sure Knies does the same think Abrezzesse did, sign a 3 yr ELC and make sure the first season of that contract gets burned up. So Knies will be a RFA as Matthews leaves and takes a large pay hike.
8 sept. 2022 à 22 h 6
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Quoting: GenXHockey
Lol, nope. He will stick in Toronto. If he goes anywhere else it's LA or Rangers.


Matthews is gone, unless Nylander leaves before.
8 sept. 2022 à 23 h 2
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Quoting: evelutions2
With the high likelihood that Matthews leaves Toronto once his deal is up, I think he takes into 2 things above money. First, would be a team that is a contender at that point, starting to be a contender at that point, or are only about 2 years or less away from being a contender. A team that actually has a shot at the cup, a team like LA for example, would be perfect for this criteria. The second criteria would be the proximity to his hometown in Arizona. So that would leave teams like LA, Anaheim, Seattle, Dallas, St. Louis, Vegas, Minnesota, and obviously Arizona as the most likely teams he would consider going to. Dallas, St. Louis, Minnesota, and Vegas would fit the “contender now” status from criteria 1 that I mention. LA and Anaheim would be best classified as “starting to be a contender”, with Seattle and Arizona being classified as the “soon to be contender” status. Narrowing it down further, teams like Vegas, Minnesota, and Dallas wouldn’t be able to afford a Matthews splash (this is where Colorado would also end up, they won’t make the same mistake as Toronto, right?). St. Louis could probably afford Matthews, assuming that Tarasenko leaves in UFA, but also ROR as well, so St. Louis would be a potential dark horse.

That leaves LA, Anaheim, Seattle, and Arizona as the most likely choices for Matthews to go to in UFA. And of these teams, I am gonna guess that he lands in Arizona. That being said, this is all hypothetical so who cares. I would keep an eye on the Sabres and Bruins if Matthews decides to stay in the East, though.


High likelyhood? Lol based on what?
 
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