Patrick Kane

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  1. Patrick Kane's 2022/23 Playoff Predictions Eastern Conference 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Western Conference 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
  2. Prospects are in..
  3. To Tampa Bay: Cody Eakin Kamil Charousek 2023 Ottawa 2nd To St.Louis: Vladislav Namestnikov @Spoderman pls input bb
  4. quoting to remind people
  5. Chicago "worst offense since season 1, best defense in team history" Blackhawks
  6. WELCOME TO CHICAGO... Alexander Radulov David Perron Alexei Emelin Anders Nilsson
  7. WAVE 1 SIGNINGS: ANA - Scott Laughton - 1 year @ 2M per CBJ - Brandon Sutter - 1 year @ 1.5M per CBJ - Brock Nelson - 1 year @ 5.25M per CHI - Alex Radulov - 1 year @ 1.5M per CHI - Alexei Emelin - 1 year @ 0.65M per CHI - Anders Nilsson - 1 year @ 0.75M per CHI - David Perron - 1 year @ 0.65M per DAL - Lasse Helenius - 2 years @ 0.925M per DAL - Mathieu Perreault - 1 year @ 1.46M per DET - Marc Staal - 2 years @ 3M per DET - Nic Petan - 2 years @ 0.7M per DET - Patrice Bergeron - 1 year @ 3.5M per EDM - Zachary Sawchenko - 1 year @ 0.75M per FLA - Anton Rodin - 2 years @ 3.33M per FLA - Marek Mazanec - 2 years @ 1.5M per FLA - Oscar Lindbeg - 2 years @ 2.2M per LAK - Jake McCabe - 2 years @ 0.7M per LAK - Josh Jooris - 1 year @ 1.75M per LAK - Steve Mason - 2 years @ 1.5M per LV - Loui Eriksson - 1 year @ 1.2M per LV - Zac Demaio - 2 years @ 0.925M per MIN - Jordan Eberle - 3 years @ 6.5M per NJD - Brendan Gallagher - 7 years @ 7.75M per NJD - Cameron Talbot - 1 year @ 0.65M per NSH - David Krejci - 1 year @ 4.5M per NYI - Jeff Petry - 2 years @ 2M per NYI - Marc-Edouard Vlasic - 3 years @ 3M per NYR - Keith Yandle - 2 years @ 2.5M per NYR - Kevin Hayes - 3 years @ 2.1M per NYR - Tomas Elofsson - 2 years @ 0.925M per OTT - Vyacheslav Voynov - 1 year @ 1.5M per PIT - Alex Goligoski - 1 year @ 2M per PIT - Jaroslav Halak - 1 year @ 8M per PIT - Patric Hornqvist - 2 years @ 1.75M per QUE - Alex Killorn - 1 year @ 1.5M per QUE - Carl Hagelin - 1 year @ 3.85M per STL - Marcus Johansson - 3 years @ 4.55M per STL - Ross Dolan - 2 years @ 0.925M per TBL - Logan Couture - 1 year @ 6M per TOR - Scott Darling - 1 year @ 1.505M per TOR - Victor Arvidsson - 1 year @ 1.6M per WPG - Antti Raanta - 2 years @ 0.975M per WPG - Mikael Backlund - 1 year @ 1.2M per
  8. To Tampa Bay: Vlastimil Petruzalek To Islanders: Chris Bigras Jean-Marc Comrie @Tylez @Tigs pls input, rgmg blocked at work
  9. The question is who 'will' win the cup, not who you 'want' to win the cup. Chicago/Washington
  10. The Chicago Blackhawks would like to congratulate Artemi Panarin on winning the Art Ross and Hart Memorial trophies.
  11. Because Boose and I do each others negotiations through chat, and he always never posts mine, while I always do.... @Caboose
  12. I'm going to address this only because the non-KIK GM's are probably confused. Exhibit A: Bio explicitly states that Stenlund will need 1+ more years in the AHL. Exhibit B: Nail: "Got around 15 offers for Stenlund lel" (something around those lines) So ~14 other teams were signing Stenlund, a 8.0F goaltender who needs 1+ years in the AHL - as their backup? Exhibit C: In my offer I stated that Stenlund will be groomed in the AHL for 1-2 years and eventually backup Quick, and take over as starter. Why didn't my offer get rejected right then and there? Conclusion: To all non GM's of KIK, please ignore DC's trolling here what Nail means by 'AHL offers'. A guy like Brendan Gaunce is a NHL calibre player, but some teams (like Florida, Dallas, Toronto and myself) like to have some vets in the farm team, to support the few quality prospects they have. Nail doesn't want people signing NHL calibre guys in wave 1 right away to bury into the AHL. He wants to give them two chances (waves) to land a spot on a NHL team. In Dan Stenlund's case, he was specifically stated on the UFA form to need to be in the AHL for 1+ years. There were other prospects like this (Gabe Coughlin, Lukas Janecek). Now it may have confused some on whether or not to offer him a contract in the first wave or the second. But it didn't stop ~15 teams for offering. Hopefully this will clarify the rule, and the non-KIK GMs understand what's going on here.