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Forum: Armchair-GMil y a 19 heures
Forum: Armchair-GMil y a 19 heures
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Lsendel3</b></div><div>Even if Matthews is better (a debate for many years down the road imo) the difference isn’t a 20 YO RHD that’s looked solid and shown top line promise.</div></div>

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>JaredOfLondon</b></div><div>yeah, literally none of this is true. Not a single thing</div></div>

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Lyle_Bubas</b></div><div>A hockey team isn't comprised of one guy. I guess Barzal is better than McDavid because he's had more playoff success?

Also, between contract structure (NMC for eichel, signing bonuses and general frontloading) plus the fact there's only a $1.6M difference in the deals (albeit for 3 less years), I'd argue the contracts are similar considering the player difference. Eichel is not even remotely in the same realm as Matthews in goal scoring. He just isn't.

Since EICHEL entered the league (he gets a year head start), matthews has 5v5 113G, 190P, eichel has 78 goals and 185 points in 72 more games played.

Also, I don't fully excuse him for having a bad team, because it didn't stop McDavid or Draisaitl, or any star young players on rebuilding teams. It's a factor, but cmon matthews is way better</div></div>

Nobody is right, and nobody is wrong. This is going to be the next “Crosby vs Ovechkin” or “Gretzky vs Lemieux”. It doesn’t matter, we can all agree to disagree. Matthews is one hell of a player, so is Eichel. If Matthews was a Sabre today, and Eichel was a Leaf, whose not to say we’d not be having this exact conversation?

Here’s all I’m saying, it’s going to be an interest 15-20 years moving forward.
Forum: Armchair-GMWed at 11:39 am
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>CMac66</b></div><div>I don't like giving the 2 picks at 28 and 33. One of them would be fine to me and a later one but not back to back. I like Strome actually and think he could be a decent player so I would be intersted. Maybe not at the exact price you put something along those lines.

I would like to point out though that you're right, Melnyuk loves to 'save' money more than anything and trades should take that into account sadly. However, your deal doesn't actually save any real dollars. I think it's fair to say that Strome will get more AAV than Tierney on their next contracts. So right there, Sens are paying more. Then add in the Shaw contract and despite his actually salary less than his AAV, the sens are paying the remaining salary plus Strome's new contract
Personally, I do not like Shaw and wouldn't want him on the Sens lol. So I'd be happy with him not included anyway</div></div>

I probably need to clarify a bit. Shaw's Salary is less than his cap hit. TRUE that EACH Strome and Tierny will make X or Y amounts, BUT unless one of them gets traded midway in the contract....then ultimately Melnyk will pay the full amount. Where as for Shaw, MTL and CHI already paid the premiums and it's a guarantee that he'll save $2,150,000. That's what I meant.

***EDIT*** Also...Tierney is arb eligible where Strome is not. Strome doesn't have as much of a say in his next contract as Tierney does...even if it's only a little bit of a difference.
Forum: Armchair-GM16 aoû à 14 h 08