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[Report] - Jason Garrison : Canucks High On His List If Panthers Don't Resign Him

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27 years old

Less than 200 NHL games

Less than 60 NHL points

To be honest, I havent really seen him play this year, but is it worth spending over 3M per season on this guy? Yes he's from BC but that doesn't mean spend a lot of money on him.

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Sounds good. If he fits. (ie $3mil/year playing #4D). Could work like Ehrhoff.

But I can't help to worry a bit because even Cam Barker got 40 pts playing with Brian Campbell.

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He had ONE good season in FLORIDA. Although I like him, I wouldn't throw a truck load of money at him.

Please see

Jokinen.

Booth.

Bouwmeester

Ballard

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I wouldn't offer Garrison anymore than what Johnny Boychuk makes... 3.36 Million.

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Bring home the BC boys, Garrison and Shultz!!

I see Garrison in a similar situation as Ehrhoff. Capable of putting up way bigger points, and is undervalued by his team.

Put him on the PP with the Sedins, he can probably put up 40-50 points.

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Bring home the BC boys, Garrison and Shultz!!

I see Garrison in a similar situation as Ehrhoff. Capable of putting up way bigger points, and is undervalued by his team.

Put him on the PP with the Sedins, he can probably put up 40-50 points.

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Sounds good. If he fits. (ie $3mil/year playing #4D). Could work like Ehrhoff.

But I can't help to worry a bit because even Cam Barker got 40 pts playing with Brian Campbell.

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Since we are probably not getting someone like Suter, Garrison would fit in nicely. At a decent price though.

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Garrison will get more than 4 mill per year on his next contract.

If MG can sign Garrison Ballard will be gone.

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Garrison will get more than 4 mill per year on his next contract.

If MG can sign Garrison Ballard will be gone.

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@ThomasDrance: On Garrison re-signing in Florida, the Panthers have ~15 million in cap space tied up in just three defenseman (Jovo, Campbell, Gudbranson).

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I'd rather have Gudbranson, but Garrison would bring more to our team right now. If he's interested in a reasonable deal to get term and come home to play, he's worth moving some pieces around for.

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He'd be a great replacement for Salo's bomb from the point.

Id hate to be a goalie with the Sedins feeding passes to Edler and Garrison teeing them up from the point.

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He'd be a nice addition. Not a guy I'd like us to throw a huge contract at though. He has a huge slap shot, which would be lethal on our power play especially with 2 of the best playmakers in the league on the ice with him.

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He is left handed, but plays the right side. Those guys a pretty valuable if you ask me.

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I'd rather have Gudbranson, but Garrison would bring more to our team right now. If he's interested in a reasonable deal to get term and come home to play, he's worth moving some pieces around for.

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Good luck getting him. Garrison is the much cheaper and more realistic option.

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I don't know much about Garrison, but from what I've read here it sounds like he'd be a great addition. He shouldn't be another "Ballard" because he plays on the right side, despite having a left-handed shot. He can take over Salo's position with Edler, allowing us to roll two very solid defence pairings.

Looking at Garrison's stats he is a physical shot blocking machine and plays big minutes against big players in all situations. In a limited sample of 4 playoff games he had 3 points (1G, 2A), 12 hits, and averaged 25:11, all the while being their 2nd best penalty killer on defence (time-wise) and getting a good chunk of power play time.

Aside from what you guys have said and deductions I can make from his statistics I have no idea how well he actually plays. Anyone with solid insight?

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Edler - Suter

Hamhuis - Garrison

Tanev - Connauton

Luongo (5.33), Raymond (2.55), Ballard (4.25), Booth (4.2), Malhotra (2.5) Bieksa (4.6) traded for a roster player or two prospects and picks =

$23,433,333 in extra cap space.

Luongo, Ballard, Sauve, 2nd, 2nd for Patrick Kane

Booth, Bieksa, Malhotra for Jordan Staal

Raymond signs an offersheet with Toronto for $2 million a year = 2nd round pick for compensation

Sign Parise to a 4 year deal worth $28 million ($7 million annually)

Sign Suter to an 8 year deal worth $56 million ($7 million annually)

Sign Garrison to a 3 year contract worth $13,500,000 ($4.5 million annually)

Cap has to go up to $68.2 million for it to work

2012-13 roster

Sedin (6.1) - Sedin (6.1) - Kesler (5)

Parise (7) - Staal (4) - Kane (6.3)

Higgins (1.9) - Schroeder (1) - Burrows (2)

Kassian (.870) - Lapierre (1) - Hansen (1.35)

Forwards = $42,645,000

Edler (3.25) - Suter (7)

Hamhuis (4.5) - Garrison (4.5)

Tanev (.900) - Connauton (.900)

Defense = 21,050,000

Schneider (3.5)

Lack (.900)

Goalies (4,400,000)

Total cap hit: $68,095,000/$68,200,000

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