Patrick Kane

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Patrick Kane last won the day on August 21 2016

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About Patrick Kane

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  • Birthday 09/24/1994

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  1. Powerplay sucks, missing Patty Kane.
  2. Even though we are first, I feel like we aren't playing to our potential at all. Missing Alex Steen?!
  3. Finally have a 3rd line.. Johansson (10pts) - Zetterlund (11pts) - Schmaltz (10pts) Out producing my 2nd line though.
  4. Glad I decided to use Zetterlund as a 3C, instead of signing a free-agent. He's being great with 9pts in 14gp. Faceoffs are bad, but hopefully they improve throughout his career, if not, he could play LW/RW
  5. One of the worst proposals I've ever seen.
  6. Panarin pls dont suck after signing huge contract
  7. 6-0 Toews is tearing it up
  8. http://pool.rgmgleague.com/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=buyouts
  9. Oh sims, how I've missed you. 4-0 is nice too.
  10. Easy no, from the Avs.
  11. Maybe even Pouliot could be moved. But on LD you would have Edler, Sbisa, Hutton, Juolevi, Pouliot. Sbisa is likely to be claimed by Vegas, so Pouliot could slot 3rd pairing, Juolevi keeps getting groomed. Edler-Stecher Hutton-Tanev Pouliot-Gudbranson/Tryamkin But Pouliot would have to be exposed, so I think the draft pick would be better. Other interesting prospects include Sprong (RW) and Guentzel (C).
  12. Pretttttyyyyy sure everyone already knows that's what they would do this regardless. It's called common sense. They aren't exposing a young, cheap, stud goalie.
  13. To Chicago: Nicolas Kerdiles (.375M retained) To Colorado: Future considerations
  14. HIRING: Chicago has hired @Kazmanian Devil as AGM of the Chicago Blackhawks. (welcome back bby)
  15. Free-agency winners: Tyler Ennis - Yes a player is a winner in free agency. This guy was moved around, had his contract retained, placed on waivers, and lands a 2.25M deal with Winnipeg. Looks like Ennis will still remain an NHLer for years to come. Alexander Steen - Another player, after being somewhat overpaid by Chicago for two years (7M avg cap hit), he lands another deal that will pay him 7.18M. Way to cash in big time at age 33, 34 and 35. New York Rangers - They signed a top notch Russian prospect in Dmitri Makeyev, and arguably the best player to hit free-agency in recent years in Pekka Rinne. After off loading Henrik Lundqvist years ago, they have solidified themselves back in net again. @logic Tampa Bay Lightning - While they didn't make any big signings, they got some solid players for dirt cheap. Marc Methot is a steady 25 point, top 4 d-man, who is among the leagues best in hits and shots blocked. Chris Wideman is a decent puck moving defenseman, who has put up 37 and 31 point seasons. Mason Raymond is also a potential steal, who has put up 30+ point seasons twice. Travis Zajac is a great addition as 4C, with his impressive faceoff numbers. @Ilya Kovalchuk. San Jose Sharks - Probably best value signing by far, a consistent 60 point, top 10 hitting, top 6 LW in Anders Lee. He's no old fart either, he's 29 years old, still in his prime. San Jose is still rebuilding, and if they are out of the playoff picture, they may get a nice return for Lee at the deadline. @Mr.Miyagi HM: Los Angeles Kings gettings Blake Wheeler on a 1 year deal @ 4.6M