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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>CaptainFlynnt</b></div><div>I'm trying to say Sergachev won't sign an offersheet of 5 years @ $6.34M, the AAV is too low.

Not only that, but the offersheet should make it hard for the other team to sign. 5 years at @ $6.34M gets matched by TB instantly. They will move somebody to match that contract because it will be a great value contract 3 to 5 years from now.

A 2 year deal @ $6.34M is a little harder to match because his contract will be up again two years from now, at which point he will want more money or could be offersheeted again. Tampa is probably expecting to get Sergachev at 2 years × $4M. $6.34M would make things a lot harder for them, but if you are giving them term with the offersheet than it's a no brainer they will match.</div></div>

Tampa ability to trade players or move out players is pretty difficult all the players that Tampa would like move have NTCs are TBH middle 6 forwards with 4/5 years left at 4/5 million - give 1 good reason any of those players will waive their NTC to not be in Tampa?

6.34 AAV is plenty for Sergachev and Tampa will have a very difficult time matching even with 1 compliance buyout - if the cap remains the same (likely) Tampa has about 6 million in space with 5 roster spots to fill plus Sergachev RFA Ciereli RFA and Cernak RFA. I get that in real dollars 4.6 in Tampa is the same take home as 6.34 in Montreal unfortunately if Sergachev signs an OS at 6.34 Tampa has to match that AAV. Plus there will be at least 6-8 teams that would give Sergachev that OS and a CBJ or Vegas or LA have pretty similar tax structures or Sergachev can keep his address in TB and still get the taxes back
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Forum: Armchair-GM23 mar à 15 h 16
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>JayTea</b></div><div>I'm just glad <a href="/users/SammyT_51" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer noopener">@SammyT_51</a> and <a href="/users/Boomer125" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer noopener">@Boomer125</a> agree that Jeremy Bracco is absolute trash given their rather weak argument about past season's point totals somehow meaning anything for a player's current worth. I look forward to them pointing this out to every dumb Leaf fan who acts like he has ANY value.

As for the trade, it's a gamble either way. As <a href="/users/TanSor" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer noopener">@TanSor</a> said, if Nylander can become a center he'd potentially be the player the Wild need. Given the current sample size, Wild would probably need to add something and since it's a big if that Nylander can be a top 6 center. I'd rather roll the dice that Fiala can keep up what he's been doing the last half of the season and continue to be the player than can take over a game. I think if they need to chase a trade for a center, you trade from your position of strength and that is their defensive depth.</div></div>

The truth about Bracco:
Fantastic point producer in the AHL, PP specialist in the AHL.
Last season leaf fans had the ability to say he was stuck down the depth chart. No injuries so no call ups.
This season Leafs have had injury after injury and still no Bracco called up that speaks volumes about where he is and who he is as a player. Is he worthless? No, he has just enough value to be a throw in to tip the scale on a larger trade or at most a 4th rnd pick.
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