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Everything posted by electron58

  1. I guess things are going to be trés boring for a while, as there probably won't be much happening during the dog days of summer. So unfortunate.
  2. Agreed, although Arizona will need some bodies, Plus we need to move salary and bodies. We fill our center and D needs. Arizona gets an exciting player, plus Byron & Kulak plus high draft picks. Win. Win. For both teams.
  3. I agree. If they say there were 10-12 teams interested, then for the best of all parties concerned, let's package him up, and get a QUALITY D. I'd even package him with Byron and a first. Maybe Arizona? Target Chycrun & Dvorak. Up the ante iif necessary, incl. Kulak +++
  4. Yes. It could have, and, probably should have. Unfortunately, I think bergebin was more interested in the scouting reports. This kid, will either be a home run, or, a washout. Ofcourse, he's hoping for the latter.
  5. The Carolina Hurricanes continue to fill the void that Dougie Hamilton left by signing defenseman Brendan Smith. The contract is only for this season with a salary of $800,000.
  6. Not counting Weber's projected LTIR, we have $23,630 left of cap space, according to capfriendly. Will need contracts to go the other way.
  7. and Mathieu Perreault? one-year deal, $950,000 AAV.
  8. Wow! I would have given Hamilton that much.
  9. Trust him about as much as I trust bergebin. Maybe bergebin got tired of waiting for the "reward" when he acquired John Scott. Never really got an explanation.
  10. Next game between them should be interesting. Gotta watch that one.
  11. Surprisingly, Mathieu Perreault signed. Now have an abundance of forwards. Definitely a trade on the horizon. Blockbuster?!? For a high end D? I don't care.. LH or RH.
  12. David Kampf has found a new home. The 26-year-old forward has agreed to terms with the Toronto Maple Leafs on a two-year contract. His cap hit is $1.5 million. Kampf spent his first four NHL seasons in Chicago,
  13. Yeah. I seen that. Do you think Perry wants a lot more?
  14. We definitely need a puck moving defenseman, and we can't be too choosy as to which side. The longer the puck stays out of our end, the more chances we will have in the offensive zone. We had too much trouble getting it out of our own end, and when we do, it is usually icing. I can't believe how many times we iced the puck, when we weren't even under any pressure. Those puck moving defensemen thrive under pressure, and don't ice the puck. So.....my vote, is a PMD!
  15. The Columbus Blue Jackets signed Alexandre Texier, their restricted free-agent forward, to a two-year contract worth $3.05 million, or $1.525 million per season. This contract carries him through the 2022-23 season.
  16. The Boston Bruins have agreed to trade goaltender Daniel Vladar to the Calgary Flames. The return is a third-round pick in the 2022 NHL draft.
  17. The Kraken signed unrestricted free agent center Alexander Wennberg to a three-year deal today. The deal is worth $13.5 million, or $4.5 million AAV.
  18. The Minnesota Wild have added another defenseman late on Wednesday. According to Michael Russo, the Wild have agreed with veteran defenseman Dmitry Kulikov on a two-year deal. The contract is worth $4.5 million, or 2.25 million AAV.
  19. With Linus Ullmark signing with the Boston, and Carter Hutton signing in Arizona, the Sabres found themselves without an experienced NHL goalie. They fixed that on Wednesday night, signing one of the most experienced goalies on the market. The Sabres and 40-year-old goalie Craig Anderson agreed on a one-year deal for $750,000.00.
  20. The Buffalo Sabres have signed unrestricted free agent goalie Aaron Dell to a one-year contract worth $750,000. This contract carries him through the 2021-22 season. The team announced the deal on Wednesday evening.
  21. He was a rock, and certainly led by example. I hope Bergebin offered him a little bit of a raise. He earned it.
  22. You are correct. They have 5 left D signed to contracts. They could probably use a left winger. It might take Paul Byron & a #1 pick in 2022 draft. Although, they could just sign Tatar but then they miss out on the pick. Maybe there is something about Dunn that the Habs don't like. We could have used him last year, especially in the PO's when we were burning out our D.
  23. Interesting. It's allowed during the season, but special rules just for this draft? Go figure. Thought they were making it as easy as possible for the Kraken to get better from the get go. But, that does explain it. Thanks.
  24. OK. I couldn't find anywhere to ask this question, since technically, it's related to the expansion draft, and that thread disappeared. News: NHL WASHINGTON CAPITALS SEATTLE KRAKEN 3h ago Capitals re-acquire Vanecek from Kraken The Washington Capitals have acquired goaltender Vitek Vanecek from the Seattle Kraken in exchange for a second-round pick in the 2023 NHL Draft, the team announced on Wednesday. TSN.ca Staff So my question being, why did they say that if the Kraken selected CP they could not trade him back to the Habs? Just saying...........
  25. Curious why rumours have him signing with TB. No reason bergebin couldn't have him signed already, unless he wants more $$$.
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