D-Money

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  1. Love that song!
  2. Los Angeles Kings are considering offers for forward Logan Couture. PM if interested.
  3. For all intents and purposes, Weber's contract is basically done after the 2022-23 season. It drops to $1 million per for the last 3 seasons, so it's doubtful he plays after that point. And if he retires, the cap recapture penalty goes back to Nashville (by my quick calculation, over $8 mil per season). So his contract isn't quite as onerous as many have said. ...Still a terrible trade though. Like the Hall trade, would have been far more acceptable if they at least got another asset like a 1st rounder packaged with Weber/Larsson.
  4. I want no part of that contract. And I bet Seabrook (and his NMC) wants no part of the mess in Vancouver. Will be a long time before he can compete again.
  5. I think it's better for the league to balance things a bit. The Metro was ridiculous this year. And that is coming from a Western team. However, if we get a vote, he should be going to the Central!
  6. So, you're saying it's his fault such fantastic young talents such as Alexandre Grenier, Darren Archibald, Yann Sauve, Jordan Schroeder, Alex Friesen, Frankie Corrado, Mike Zalewski, Alexandre Mallet, and Curtis Valk haven't gone on to make an NHL impact? I'm going to go out on a limb and suggest that the reason he hasn't "produced a single impact player" is not really due to coaching. You can't make chicken salad out of...
  7. Funny how the list conveniently left off Boudreau, Cooper, etc. Here's the thing: Toronto, Edmonton, and LA were not going to be able to hire Babcock, McClellan, or Sutter when they were at the low point of the rebuild, which Vancouver is now. They were only able to attract that level of coach once they had amassed a lot of young talent, and were in a position to win in the near future. Vancouver is likely going to suck for the next couple of years, and top coaches won't exactly be lining up to steer this jalopy. So, in all likelihood, Green is just a stop-gap to get us to respectability. And who knows, maybe he ends up being something special, and sticks for the long haul? At the very least, giving him the opportunity speaks well for the organization, and will likely enable us to continue hiring good up-and-coming coaches for our AHL team.
  8. Los Angeles GM:
  9. Columbus is very happy to add Spencer to our organization. He somewhat quietly put together a fantastic season for the Sea Dogs, with 30 goals and 79 points in 60 regular season games, followed by 8 goals and 12 points in 10 playoff games. Added to his physical play (gritty player who likes to throw the body) and leadership skills (captain of Sea Dogs for last 2 seasons), he could become a valuable player in our league if he continues his development trajectory. After dealing Wayne Simmonds, Kyle Okposo, Shane Doan and Nick Merkley during the season, our once-phenomenal depth at RW was getting thin. Fortunately, we have a number of versatile veterans who can play multiple forward positions. But long-term, adding a natural RW prospect of Smallman's pedigree helps bolster the position going forward.
  10. I think it will depend on whether Anaheim can shut down Edmonton's top line, and eliminate them quickly. If not, we're pretty screwed (once again).
  11. I was totally expecting to face you and get creamed by Justin Williams. Man, I wish I had a player like that...
  12. You may have only 4 real players...but they're all key contributors. Last year in the 3rd round I had Anton Stralman, Brian Elliott, Trevor Daley, Brian Boyle, and Matt Cullen - but I lost to 2 players (injuries didn't help).
  13. Columbus would like to congratulate the New York Rangers for a hard-fought 1st round series. We knew it was going to be difficult to overcome the overwhelming depth they had accumulated. And then when Stoner, Labanc, and Hendricks didn't even play, we knew we were in tough. But @Master Mind went all-in on this run, and even after losing all his Sharks and Hawks players is still probably the favourite to go all the way. Overall though, management is very happy with how the season went. From 29th overall last season to 6th, and enough of a playoff showing to have won half the series...it's been a big step forward. All of our key players are either RFA or locked up for the foreseeable future. And we have some great young talent coming in as soon as next season, such as Luke Kunin, Jacob Larsson, Kyle Wood and Brendan Lemieux. We expect to make a real run in the 2017-18 season! See you there!
  14. Los Angeles Kings - Round 2 Playoff Roster Tom Kuhnhackl (PIT) - Mike Fisher (NSH) - Zack Kassian (EDM) Kenny Agostino (STL) - Matt Cullen (PIT) - Mackenzie MacEachern (STL) Dmitry Orlov (WSH) - Trevor Daley (PIT) Brooks Orpik (WSH) - Kevin Klein (NYR) Fredrik Claesson (OTT) - Clayton Stoner (ANA) Kris Letang (PIT) - Darren Dietz (WSH) Mike Condon (OTT) Black Aces: D: Ethan Prow, Lukas Bengtsson @Nail
  15. Just when @Master Mind thought he was done with Monty and I...