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#12271 Primal Optimist

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Posted 08 May 2012 - 10:47 PM

Hey Curt, is there anyway to see who has what draft picks, and the pending UFAs/RFAs for this season still? Thanks

WAIVERS:
Tampa has placed the following players on Waivers

Dan Sexton
Kyle Cumiskey
Cam MacIntytre

Erik Fehr

Clayton Stoner
David Steckel

Ty Wishart

The first 4 are RFAs, and the next 2 are UFAs. Any team who had interest in signing them in the off-season are getting a great opportunity to get their negotiating rights before the off-season!

Teams with recent signings, remember to let me know where the player is to be slotted in, or I'm not able to add them to the new chart.

And yes, you can change your minors team. :P

The New York Rangers place a claim on Ty Wishart from waivers

If The New York Rangers waiver claim was successful, Ty will begin the offseason above Jake Muzzin on the LA Mustangs minor league depth chart. Thank you.
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Posted 08 May 2012 - 10:51 PM

If any one is not interested in my 1st can you please pm me.

I need some advice��
This is a big desesion and I don't want to get it wrong.

I have zero interest in your first. If you need to bounce some things off me feel free man.

My feeling is don't trade it away. If you're going to though make sure someone overpays for it. Don't even give it up for what you feel market value is. If someone wants it that bad they'll do it. Either way you win.

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Posted 08 May 2012 - 11:07 PM

The New York Rangers place a waiver claim on Radek Dvorak.
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Posted 08 May 2012 - 11:09 PM

I have zero interest in your first. If you need to bounce some things off me feel free man.

My feeling is don't trade it away. If you're going to though make sure someone overpays for it. Don't even give it up for what you feel market value is. If someone wants it that bad they'll do it. Either way you win.


On that note...

The 2nd overall pick is available for teams looking to move up to snag the next Niedermayer, Ryan Murray or maybe the big russian Grigorenko! Offers can be sent to Buffalo Sabres GM Lethunder via PM.
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Posted 09 May 2012 - 12:24 AM

An Inside Look At the Washington Capitals


The Washington Capitals are rolling on all cylanders right now in their quest for the Stanley Cup finals. No one expected this team to make it this deep into the playoffs, but after knocking off arguably the two greatest powerhouses in the NHL in back to back series the Caps are starting toget noticed league wide.


Here is a closer look at the Capitals seven remaining active players:


Patrik Elias: ©

Elias has been the captain of this organization ever since I took over here in Washington. He was never asked to waive his NTC and has been the teams best offensive player for two seasons running. The Czech Republic forward who can play centre or wing led all Capitals players in scoring this season with 26 goals, 52 assists, and 78 points in 81 games. This two time Stanley Cup champion seems to only be getting better with age as he hasn't posted a higher regular season point total since 2003/2004. One more Stanley Cup this season and Elias could be a guy in Hall of Fame conversations.

Keith Yandle: (A)

If you weren't aware that Keith Yandle is one of the best offensive defensemen in the entire game you should be now. Yandle has been leading the Caps blue line for both the seasons I have been in Washington and has also been my highest Fantasy Point Producer outside of Kiprusoff. When last year Yandle scored 59 points to win the CDCGML Norris Trophy, many claimed it was a flukey season and that he would not return to all star form. Those people were wrong. Not only did Yandle score 43 points this season, He stepped up his game come playoff time by leading all NHL defensemen in playoff points with 7. Yandle has scored a combined 34 goals and 143 points while going +33 over the past three seasons for the Capitals.

Roman Hamrlik: (A)

The veteran Czech defenseman has once again proven himself as a top line NHL defensive pairing when it matters. The veteran who was extended after a 31 point, 81 PIM, +6 season, had somewhat of a dissapointing year only scoring 13 points, 34 PIMS, and a +11. However, Hamrlik played by far his biggest minutes back on a pairing with Yandle come playing time. Hamrlik has been a real veteran leader and a hard worker all season long. The fact that he has made the playoffs for 14 straight seasons with 5 different teams just says how competative and reliable this man truly is. He would love to finally win himself a Stanley Cup in the Nations Capital.

Boyd Gordon:

Gordon was signed as a free agent at the beginning of the season for Washington and earned himself the role of fan favorite about midway through; especially come playoff time. Gordon has played nearly 20 minutes a night all season long for the Capitals. He doesn't score much or get many PIM's but his responsible two-way play, faceoff ability, willingness to block shots, and the other intangibles earn his plenty of ice time. In the playoffs Gordon has seemed to chip in at the most important of times and has been one of the unsung heros thus far in the playoffs.

Mike Knuble:

Another guy that was added this offseason via free agency by the Washington Capitals. Knuble had a very disappointing year ending his streak of 9 straight 20 goal+ seasons with only 6 goals. However, the veteran who was brought in for some potential help come playoffs time, has been performing above expectations at the beginning of the season. His two goals have been at key times and Knuble has been a leader playing some responsible puck at all ends of the ice.

Mark Fayne:

Another Capitals free agent signing has integrated himself as a key role player all season long in Washington. Fayne scored 17 points playing all 82 games in all situations this season for the Caps. A very dependable big shutdown defenseman with definite scoring upside.

Chris Kreider:

The rookie, who made his NHL debut in the playoffs for the Caps has been a major X factor thus far throughout the duration of the playoffs. A guy that was signed to an entry level contract by the Caps, traded away for Kane, and brought back in for Jared Boll has seemed to solidify himself a job in next years lineup. All this following his second NCAA championship with Boston University.


How far will these guys take the Capitals? Only time will tell but I sure need the Rangers to win that series or I will have the biggest challenge yet up against the New Jersey Devils.


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Posted 09 May 2012 - 08:15 AM

Washington is surprising, and its fun to see!

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Posted 09 May 2012 - 09:03 AM

Thanks Primal!

And btw I just want to make it known that I am very excited to have beaten the Buffalo Sabres. Lethunder has proven himself to be the best GM in the entire league thus far and it feels great to be the guy to finally take down the most respectable manager in the CDCGML.

Way to put together one hell of a team Lethunder!
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Posted 09 May 2012 - 10:30 AM

Thanks Primal!

And btw I just want to make it known that I am very excited to have beaten the Buffalo Sabres. Lethunder has proven himself to be the best GM in the entire league thus far and it feels great to be the guy to finally take down the most respectable manager in the CDCGML.

Way to put together one hell of a team Lethunder!


Thanks Moosey I appreciate the sentiment.

You've really managed to build a great team yourself there and I hope I can return the favor the spring because I think you've just become our 2nd biggest rival (Islanders have and always will be my biggest enemy)
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Posted 09 May 2012 - 10:32 AM

curt may had some matchpoints...but its not over yet

chimera and bickel could still keep us in the playoffs...well now more after tonights game
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Posted 09 May 2012 - 10:53 AM

curt may had some matchpoints...but its not over yet

chimera and bickel could still keep us in the playoffs...we´ll now more after tonights game


Martin Brodeur has been fantastic for me. Rooting for the Devils now, I'd love to see Marty get one more Cup.
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Posted 09 May 2012 - 10:55 AM

I have zero interest in your first. If you need to bounce some things off me feel free man.

My feeling is don't trade it away. If you're going to though make sure someone overpays for it. Don't even give it up for what you feel market value is. If someone wants it that bad they'll do it. Either way you win.

The only problam with that is I have no interest in yakupov.
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Posted 09 May 2012 - 11:26 AM

The only problam with that is I have no interest in yakupov.


Well than trade him but don't take your no interest into account. You have the first overall pick. The closest thing to a sure thing star player. People should be willing to overpay for that.
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Posted 09 May 2012 - 12:08 PM

The only problam with that is I have no interest in yakupov.


I wouldn't be making these things too public to be honest man.. I think it may limit your potential return in an offer, keep your cards close to your chest and see if you can get someone to pony up and pay a premium.
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Posted 09 May 2012 - 12:31 PM

Martin Brodeur has been fantastic for me. Rooting for the Devils now, I'd love to see Marty get one more Cup.

me toohe proved alot of people wrong who said that hes to old and that hes done
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Posted 09 May 2012 - 03:01 PM

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Posted 09 May 2012 - 07:49 PM

I wouldn't be making these things too public to be honest man.. I think it may limit your potential return in an offer, keep your cards close to your chest and see if you can get someone to pony up and pay a premium.

good advice, I would add that if you don't like one of the top guys, pick another of the top guys. I am eyeballing three specific players at 7th, and two of them are ranked lower than my spot to pick. Its all in your own research and gut. If you see a flaw that makes him 2nd or 3rd in your eyes, then he is 2nd or 3rd, the trick is to find the guy you know is first, and draft him. That or like you are looking at, trade away the pick.

And as proof I offer Patrick Stefan. Who? Only the top draft pick in 1999, the year he was drafted ahead of both Daniel and Henrik Sedin, Martin Havlat, Nick Boynton, and all the way down in round 7 none other than Henrik Zetterberg.

So check around, google, watch video if your into that sort of thing and make up your own mind, as the guys who are on TV need to sell ad space, that is the only reason they are talking.

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Posted 09 May 2012 - 09:01 PM

Alright sorry guys
I will kepp that stuff to myself.
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Posted 09 May 2012 - 10:45 PM

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After seeing a coupel fantasy leagues fold in the past couple moths,it made me realize how good this league is.

There's no other fantasy league like this out there,and this runs so smoothly.

A big shout out and thanks to all the executives and c2x for making this the best fantasy league out there!
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Posted 09 May 2012 - 11:21 PM

Chimera with 7 pool points

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game 7 between the caps and the rangers will also decide the cdcgml series between winnipeg and st.louis

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WPG 60 vs. STL 56
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Posted 09 May 2012 - 11:58 PM

good advice, I would add that if you don't like one of the top guys, pick another of the top guys. I am eyeballing three specific players at 7th, and two of them are ranked lower than my spot to pick. Its all in your own research and gut. If you see a flaw that makes him 2nd or 3rd in your eyes, then he is 2nd or 3rd, the trick is to find the guy you know is first, and draft him. That or like you are looking at, trade away the pick.

And as proof I offer Patrick Stefan. Who? Only the top draft pick in 1999, the year he was drafted ahead of both Daniel and Henrik Sedin, Martin Havlat, Nick Boynton, and all the way down in round 7 none other than Henrik Zetterberg.

So check around, google, watch video if your into that sort of thing and make up your own mind, as the guys who are on TV need to sell ad space, that is the only reason they are talking.


Very good point. A more relevant example is in our game during the Taylor Hall draft year, winterhawks took Fowler with the 2nd (I think, but he can verify this) overall pick. It was a bit of a headscratcher for most of us, but winterhawks made an excellent point that offensive defensemen are at a premium and produce more pts than some forwards.
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Posted 10 May 2012 - 01:18 AM

Signing:

The Nashville Predators have come to terms with Shane Doan. They`ve agreed upon a 4 year 19 million dollar contract (4.75 per year) and a NTC.
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Posted 10 May 2012 - 06:28 AM

THat is a good point Yoshi, my buddy always quotes that "Defence wins CHampionships" line...and it holds true the way this league is set up: a decent couple offensive D make all the difference...that is a main reason for being patient with guys like Mike Green last year while injured..just 3 more months....two more...heal mike heal...lol
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Posted 10 May 2012 - 08:41 AM

Playoff Round Up!

It looks like Washington has moved past the leagues best, Buffalo, due to a ten point lead and no players on the ice for the leagues long standing champions. 93-83 as of this morning. Buffalo is a squad that is continuously renewed and meticulously groomed to win, GM Lethunder continues to do an outstanding job, and is certainly one to emulate, but as they say, to be the best you have to beat the best and so, Washington alone has done what 28 other teams have only dreamed of. Congrats to both players, and see you next year. :emot-parrot:

Their third round opponent will be the New Jersey Devils, who have likewise moved past Pittsburgh, who deserve an honourable mention for building a great team this year. 158-77 today, and the Penguins, as with the Sabres, have no men remaining for the Saturday game. I can't say enough about any of these 2nd round teams. To get this far in itself is an accomplishment, and if memory serves me, GM SS is in his first year with the Penguins. Congrats on a stellar season.

In the west, there remains the nail biter showdown between the Jets and the Blues. Winnipeg has gained the upper hand on the strength of 40 year old Living Legend, Martin Brodeur in net. Marty racked up 50 points this series for the Jets, on his way to an eventual Hall Of Fame induction, its hard not to cheer for this perennial all-star! St Louis has two players in the mix for this Saturday's contest and only trails the Jets by 4 points. This could come down to an overtime assist, or even a Fighting Major, as Winnipeg is, like the other two teams already mentioned, out of gas on the bench. Current score Winnipeg 60- St Louis 56

It is not yet over in the Los Angeles Kings vs Edmonton Oilers series, but there is no denying, the highest scoring team of the entire second round looks to be on the verge of going through. The Kings 166 points make for a very daunting team to face in a game 7 situation, having heavily outscored the Oilers thus far. There is a chance that the Oilers are still in it with 81 points. Credit a balanced attack from the Oilers for my optimism. With three high scorers still on the ice we could see a last minute 'overtime' upset here as we have all seen individual players net over 30 points each in a single game this past season. I am sure the Kings can hold on, but I will have my eye on the point totals Saturday, as a high scoring affair will only be in Edmonton's favour. You might think I am crazy, but Richards, Strallman and Semin are a very talented trio, and this won't be over till the fat lady walks away from the hotdog cart.

That is your second round up, Saturday will determine the west, and Then we can hold onto our hats for round three, the final four.

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 09:01 AM

nice round up P O :)
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Posted 10 May 2012 - 01:03 PM

I just added everyone to my MSN set up for the league, primal.optimist@hotmail.com. This will help with communication and deals leading up to the draft and beyond! cheers for now.
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Posted 10 May 2012 - 05:30 PM

Leading up to the draft the Buffalo Sabres are open for business folks. On the wishlist this offseason is an elite 1st line forward and 1 or 2 high quality 2nd pairing dmen.

Let's make it happen :)
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Posted 10 May 2012 - 07:16 PM

Wow
The whl finals have had some good games.
2-2 in the series and 2-2 in game 5 mid 2nd
Almost every player is drafted.
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Posted 10 May 2012 - 10:58 PM

Alright sorry guys
I will kepp that stuff to myself.
Rookie mistake
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Simply make the declaration that anybody that even hints that you aren't interested will be cut off from negotiations.

Problem solved. :D
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Posted 11 May 2012 - 12:42 AM

We would like to congratulate Tomas Jurco and the Saint John Sea Dogs for winning the QMJHL title. Tomas put up 2 goals and 2 assists in the series clinching game, and we are excited to see how he performs in the Memorial Cup. The future for the Lightning is looking quite bright with Jurco heading our forward prospect core.

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Posted 11 May 2012 - 10:55 AM

TGC must be chewing his nails waiting for Saturday...lol and that 4 point difference is getting larger and larger looking as the hours tick past.....lol
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