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Stripes77

Stripes77
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Forum: Armchair-GM 1 oct 2020 à 18 h 34
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Forum: Armchair-GM29 sep 2020 à 0 h 09
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>dca919</b></div><div>Mantha is a RFA under team control--it's not like getting UFA rights. You can match any other team's offer.

Mantha's injuries were due to fights (vs soon to be teammate Luke Witkowski costing him 5 games and soon to be teammate Patrik Nemeth costing a month) sticking up for teammates, getting slew-footed by Jake Muzzin and landing on his rib cage which punctured his lung he was back in 6 weeks, and a knee on knee collision with Kyle Palmieri for 3 weeks: lets not make it sound like he has a reoccurring injury or missed any great length of time. He was back on the ice for the rest of the season in all but the Luke Witkowski fight because there was only 5 games left in the season.

Sniper power forwards are so rare you should never trade one. And certainly not for a middling forward like Mittelstadt. The Wings problem last year was there inability to score goals and you want to give away a potential 35-40 goal scorer for a guy that has 17 in 114 games plus a 1st round goalie? Look at the number of goalies that have been drafted in the first round and how many misses there are.

It would be a terrible trade for the Wings to make.</div></div>

Him being a RFA doesn't mean much to the Sabres, yes they would have control to match an offer sheet, but the issue itself would be the cap hit the new contract would be. Say he got traded to Buffalo, a team that is imposing an internal cap of somewhere in the low 70 million range, and Mantha's agent shops around for deals and he gets one and the Sabres can't match because of Eichel's $10 million and Skinners $9 (not to mention having to sign Reinhart and Olofsson). It makes no sense for the Sabres to trade 8th overall for someone who isn't under contract.
Forum: Armchair-GM28 sep 2020 à 23 h 16