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  1. 5 - 0 Nux Goals Miller Horvat x 2 Meyers Hughes Petey with 3 assists
  2. Q#1. Yes Q#2. TB they take Tanev at 50% to shore up that Rd for a cup run and give us our first rnd back.. Maybe they even add another mid round pick if they win the cup or re-sign him.
  3. Just as @King Heffymentioned the Gaborik contract is what Melnyk wants. He won't move it for LE. Ottawa doesn't need cap space hence they don't need to put a player on LTIR. Gaborik will be on IR, his cap hit will count towards the cap but the team only pays 20% of it so like 800k.
  4. Larry Brooks of the New York Post reports it is a two-year deal with an average annual value of $3.25 million per season. Buchnevich scored 21 goals and 17 assists in 64 games last season. The Rangers and Buchnevich avoided arbitration, which was scheduled for Monday.
  5. What @Provost and @WHL rocks have stated is true, there are two ways to be cap compliant with regards to Ltir use. If Marner signs on the first day its because he wants more than 10.55 million and Dubas is trying to make other trades to fit him in
  6. Of course it's speculation, I'm saying this could put them in a tough spot. Imagine having to put one of those players for a week to week injury on ltir because their isn't enough cap space otherwise to bring up a Timashove .. that would really suck... Who knows how the season will turn out.. the Leafs have actually been fairly healthy especially when it comes to their more important players. Maybe this season they aren't so lucky.. we will see
  7. yes teams can put as many players on ltir but the players has to miss at least 10 games and 24 days, otherwise they are just on IR which doesn't bring cap relief only opens up a player slot. If the Leafs want to use ltir, they have that player out for at least the bare minimum 10 games.. So hopefully it's not a players like Marner, Tavares, Matthews ( who has missed about 12 games each of the last two seasons.) any one of these players having to be out at least 10 games could cause a serious blow to their playoff bids
  8. Thats exactly it, Vegas I don't think were able to get close to that cap max where they could utilize the full ltir as they wanted to sign another player or two, they have been trying to move him for some time now so I think a higher draft pick could have been received, but when I think about it the draft pick was not important to the Leafs as i know this helps the Leafs with trying to sign Marner to 10.5 but it's still 10.5. it may have cost Vegas more to move him if it were another team. Hopefully the Leafs don't have an big players injured if they do and aren't able to put them on ltir to bring up replacement players, this team may be in trouble
  9. I am kinda surprised that Dubas only got a 4th rounder for taking that Ltir dump, this does help Vegas a lot actually... I guess Garett Sparks has even less value than the leaf fandom thought
  10. a team can place any player on ltir during the offseason as well as long as they provide the league a doctors note if you will, that said player will miss at least the first 10 games and 24 days of the season. I think that teams can exceed the cap by 10% in this manner, so 8.15million over the cap
  11. I think there is a good chance, it's just that the Canucks may have to wait until the majority of the teams have their rosters in place as a lot teams after they sign their fa's will be near the cap.. I think the most likely scenario is that one or two other players are moved this year, then next year mid July he will be moved after is bonus is paid. I believe that next years cap with increase more than the 2 mill it didn't this year and a team or three will be interested in his services
  12. I'm not a big fan of analytics or advanced stats but the site "hockey reference" has all the info that people may need, I've attached a link to the Canucks page basically LE was the third best PKer for all who averaged over a minute per game, only Stech and oddly Hutton where better. On the opposite end he was one of the worse on the PP that played on average over a min/game. LE had one of the lowest Ozone starts of players that played at least 50 games, he started at least 2/3 of his shifts in the dZone. He was about middle of the pack on the canucks in all advanced stat ratings, ie: Corsi, Fenwick Pdo.. he actually wasn't that bad.. so saying that he doesn't have any value or is not a NHL player is a little off. I'm not a fan of LE at all during his career, but he is useful. https://www.hockey-reference.com/teams/VAN/2019.html Skater Time on Ice Statistics Even Strength Power Play Short Handed Rk Player Pos Shift GP TOI CF% Rel GF/60 GA/60 TOI CF% Rel GF/60 GA/60 TOI CF% Rel GF/60 GA/60 1 Adam Gaudette C 0:35 56 9:34 -2.4 1:22 -5.2 0:00 2 Alex Biega D 0:43 41 16:54 2.6 0:04 -12.2 0:41 5.9 3 Alexander Edler D 0:46 56 18:47 0.7 3:07 1.0 2:39 -6.1 4 Antoine Roussel LW 0:26 65 12:49 0.8 0:03 -27.4 0:52 2.0 5 Ashton Sautner D 0:36 17 14:18 -2.8 0:00 0:13 -15.0 6 Ben Hutton D 0:35 69 18:12 -2.7 1:51 2.4 2:17 5.4 7 Bo Horvat C 0:41 82 16:56 2.5 3:26 2.7 0:27 -1.3 8 Brandon Sutter C/RW 0:47 26 13:26 -6.4 0:54 7.5 3:07 -1.0 9 Brendan Gaunce C 0:35 3 7:36 4.5 0:00 0:00 10 Brendan Leipsic LW 0:33 17 10:33 -1.1 2:16 -2.6 0:00 11 Brock Boeser RW 0:44 69 15:35 5.4 3:32 6.0 0:01 35.3 12 Brogan Rafferty D 0:40 2 13:21 19.6 0:00 0:00 13 Chris Tanev D 0:46 55 16:46 -5.0 0:07 -19.5 3:16 -4.1 14 Darren Archibald RW 0:29 9 7:38 -10.0 0:00 0:00 15 Derrick Pouliot D 0:37 62 15:53 2.9 1:09 -1.6 0:06 -14.7 16 Elias Pettersson C 0:34 71 14:34 4.3 3:34 0.4 0:03 45.8 17 Erik Gudbranson D 0:41 57 15:45 -7.4 0:02 14.0 2:11 -2.1 18 Guillaume Brisebois D 0:37 8 10:58 0.4 0:02 0:00 19 Jake Virtanen RW 0:42 70 13:33 -0.2 1:14 5.1 0:01 53.4 20 Jay Beagle RW/C 0:36 57 10:56 -9.3 0:02 13.8 2:40 -0.4 Even Strength Power Play Short Handed Rk Player Pos Shift GP TOI CF% Rel GF/60 GA/60 TOI CF% Rel GF/60 GA/60 TOI CF% Rel GF/60 GA/60 21 Josh Leivo LW 0:50 49 13:20 7.6 2:36 4.7 0:00 22 Josh Teves D 0:48 1 13:40 -13.4 0:00 0:00 23 Loui Eriksson LW 0:28 81 11:36 -1.4 1:16 -3.7 1:11 4.7 24 Luke Schenn D 0:37 18 13:26 -2.0 0:00 1:18 -5.6 25 Markus Granlund C 0:42 77 11:03 0.5 1:34 0.4 2:24 1.9 26 Michael Del Zotto D 0:46 23 15:28 4.2 0:06 -37.6 2:21 0.6 27 Nikolay Goldobin LW 0:29 63 12:23 2.9 2:33 -9.9 0:02 35.2 28 Quinn Hughes D 0:42 5 16:48 13.0 1:16 2.4 0:00 29 Reid Boucher C 0:32 1 5:28 5.2 0:00 0:00 30 Ryan Spooner C 0:45 11 12:17 -1.4 1:18 4.0 0:00 31 Sam Gagner C 0:45 7 14:47 15.2 3:13 -1.2 0:06 -17.2 32 Sven Baertschi LW 0:44 26 12:08 -0.2 2:59 3.3 0:01 -12.3 33 Tanner Pearson LW 0:45 19 13:46 0.5 1:39 -6.1 1:01 -0.6 34 Tim Schaller LW 0:30 47 9:18 -2.1 0:01 1:20 -0.7 35 Troy Stecher D 0:45 78 17:35 3.6 0:52 -3.3 1:26 5.1 36 Tyler Motte C 0:42 74 11:01 -6.4 0:02 13.2 1:42 -1.2 37 Zack MacEwen C 0:39 4 6:28 -2.0 0:40 12.5 0:02 More 2018-19 Canucks Pages
  13. Here is a little read from The Hockey News and who they have as their top 10 untradeable contracts now that Lucic was traded.. ... Spoiler LE isn't on it So maybe LE does have some value https://thehockeynews.com/news/article/after-the-lucic-trade-here-are-the-nhls-top-10-untradeable-contracts
  14. Thanks, I kinda know how it works, I forgot that Travis had his first two years slide which ended his waiver last year.
  15. I thought Travis Dermott was waiver exempt, doesn't he have one more year on his ELC