Alexandre

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  1. Haha..2 minutes for knocking down a player who did not have the puck. It will be a new rule called the Virtanen Rule.
  2. Yes. You are right. He deserves a reward for his play. https://www.capfriendly.com/players/thatcher-demko THATCHER DEMKO Vancouver Canucks Goaltender Cap Hit: $925,000 Accumulated Daily Cap Hit: : $0 Remaining Daily Cap Hit: : $0 BORN: December 8, 1995 BIRTHPLACE: San Diego, California, United States HEIGHT: 6'4 (193 cm) WEIGHT: 194 lbs (88 kg) CATCHES:Left AGE: 21 ELC SIGNING AGE: 20 WAIVERS SIGNING AGE: 21 DRAFT YEAR: 2014 DRAFTED OVERALL: 36 DRAFT ROUND: 2 DRAFTED BY: VAN Waivers Exempt Arbitration: 3 additional pro-years required CURRENT CONTRACTS ENTRY-LEVEL CONTRACT COMPARE THIS CONTRACT LENGTH: 3 YEARS EXPIRY STATUS: RFA SIGNING TEAM: Vancouver Canucks VALUE: $8,825,000 C.H.% : 1.30 SIGNING DATE: April 20, 2016 SOURCE: CapFriendly SEASON CLAUSE CAP HIT AAV P. BONUSES S. BONUSES BASE SALARY TOTAL SALARY MINORS SALARY 2016-17 $925,000 $2,941,667 $1,350,000 $92,500 $832,500 $925,000 $70,000 2017-18 $925,000 $2,941,667 $1,850,000 $92,500 $832,500 $925,000 $70,000 2018-19 $925,000 $2,941,667 $2,850,000 $92,500 $832,500 $925,000 $70,000 CONTRACT NOTE: 'A' Bonuses max. earnable per season $850,000 & 'B' Bonuses max. earnable per season 2016-17: $500,000, 2017-18: $1,000,000, 2018-19: $2,000,000
  3. Love it when we are both competitive and rebuilding/developing. Here is something for the tankers:
  4. "Don't worry be happy" Bobby MacFerrin.https://youtu.be/d-diB65scQU
  5. I know it is late to be predicting the score but I say Canucks win this 3-2. They are looking good and the Sens look less motivated.
  6. It looks like Jonah's signing bonus is $92,500 for each of the next 3 years. That is quite the increase from his $50-$100 weekly stipend ($2400/year-$4800/year). JONAH GADJOVICH Vancouver Canucks Left wing Cap Hit: $845,000 Accumulated Daily Cap Hit: : $4,543 Remaining Daily Cap Hit: : $0 BORN: October 12, 1998 BIRTHPLACE: Whitby, Ontario, Canada HEIGHT: 6' 2 (188 cm) WEIGHT: 200 lbs (91 kg) SHOOTS:Left AGE: 19 ELC SIGNING AGE: 18 WAIVERS SIGNING AGE: 19 DRAFT YEAR: 2017 DRAFTED OVERALL: 55 DRAFT ROUND: 2 DRAFTED BY: VAN Waivers Exempt Slide Candidate Arbitration: 4 additional pro-years required CURRENT CONTRACTS ENTRY-LEVEL CONTRACT COMPARE THIS CONTRACT LENGTH: 3 YEARS EXPIRY STATUS: RFA SIGNING TEAM: Vancouver Canucks VALUE: $2,775,000 C.H.% : 1.13 SIGNING DATE: October 16, 2017 SOURCE: CapFriendly SEASON CLAUSE CAP HIT AAV P. BONUSES S. BONUSES BASE SALARY TOTAL SALARY MINORS SALARY 2017-18 $845,000 $925,000 $132,500 $92,500 $700,000 $792,500 $70,000 2018-19 $845,000 $925,000 $107,500 $92,500 $725,000 $817,500 $70,000 2019-20 $845,000 $925,000 $0 $92,500 $832,500 $925,000 $70,000
  7. It appears, you are correct. You sound just like a poster whose posts I usually like and agree with. Is that you J.R.?
  8. It is only one game but I liked Pouliot's play against Calgary. I just finished reading this whole thread and it was worth the read. So much good information. There was talk of his lack of confidence in Pittsburgh, which probably contributed to his poor play but I didn't see any of that last night. In fact that was what surprised me watching him. I was surprised he played with so much confidence. He looked very comfortable carrying the puck, leading the attack, making crisp passes and playing the point on the power play. He looked like an NHL PMD/powerplay quarterback. Didn't see much of his defensive game but maybe that was because he was so good in transition and with possession of the puck. I think we are going to be returning to this thread over and over again, just like the Baertschi and Granlund trade threads. It is early but this trade is looking like a steal for GMJB.
  9. I hope Pedan clears. I guess if he doesn't, we could claim Sproul or a good defenseman that Vegas is forced to waive tomorrow. Although I like Biega a lot, if we could improve on him....
  10. Now that we all seem to be in agreement that Virtanen's future is going to be bright, I want to bring up the concern some people had about Jake's hockey sense. With his very good preseason, I noticed that there is no more concerns or talk of his lack of hockey IQ/hockey sense. Did he always have it or did he learn it down at the farm? I always felt he had hockey sense and posted something similar in the past. Here is a nice piece on hockey sense I quickly googled.http://builtforhockey.com/hockey-sense-part-1/
  11. I don't know how J. C. Lipon has played recently but he looked promising and is feisty when last I saw him. I would be more interested in him than Rychel.
  12. I see what you did there.
  13. Burmistrov's play has been surprising. I didn't expect him to play this well.
  14. I think he will end up in Utica. He will probably play well and I too wish he ends up playing lots for us later in the season. Unfortunately, I have this fear of injuries for him again. I mean he has the talent and will, to make it in the NHL, however, he will be 27 in a couple of months and is still struggling with injuries. It is hard to predict what will happen in the future, but the best way to do that is to look at the past. His past, unfortunately, is riddled with injuries.
  15. Too bad Rodin didn't make the Canucks. I really admire his persistence and tenacity in trying to be part of the team. He has given it his all but it doesn't appear like he is destined to have an NHL career. Did he just have a lot of bad luck with injuries or is he not built for the North American game with the style he plays? I suspect it is the latter.