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Franz Liszt

(Proposal) Liberace Special - Salary Cap Rumored To Hit $72 Million ;)

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Hello!

Here is my latest installment of madness!

If you are too lazy to read the whole thing, just skim it the best you can and read the final roster.

- This is a little more doable than my last proposal

- 4 scoring lines, with 3 tougher guys as the 13th,14th & 15th forwards

- I have 6 top-4 defensmen, serviceable defender + a good depth guy who has decent size (6'2 210)

- There are 4 trades & 6 UFA signings

- My lines aren't set lines, just fun lines that could be used as a whole top-12 forwards & top-6 defense

- I looked up what people think Huselius' next contract is worth on HFBoards - they say around $2.5-3 million

- Like the title, this works if it goes up to $72 million with $550,000 in cap space, and this is a 25-man roster.

Prepare to fall out of your chair again!

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TRADES:

To TBL: Luongo, Schroeder & Rodin

To VAN: Purcell, Namestnikov, TBL 1st (10th) & TBL 3rd (71st)

Luongo <---> Purcell + 1st

Schroeder & Rodin <---> Namestnikov & 3rd

Tampa gets their franchise goalie. They also get 2 near ready NHL prospects in Schroeder & Rodin. Purcell & 2 picks heading to Vancouver is basically for Luongo. Namestnikov who is not near NHL ready as Schroeder or Rodin comes to replace Schroeder on the Wolves.

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To PIT: Booth, Malhotra (Limited NTC), Alberts & VAN 1st (26th)

To VAN: Staal & Lovejoy & PIT 4th (113th)

Booth, Malhotra & 1st <---> Staal + 4th

Alberts <---> Lovejoy

Staal will be looking for a pay raise after this season. With that said, he comes here to play (mainly) 2nd line center. Staal can alternate playing 3rd line center with Kesler at times as well, because they are both great defensively. Pittsburgh gets a good power forward for Crosby, a ore defensive 3rd/4th line center and another 1st for Staal. Plus, the Pens get a more physical depth defender in Alberts for Lovejoy.

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To WIN: Ballard, Raymond (RFA) & TBL 1st (10th)

To VAN: Wheeler & WIN 2nd (39th)

Raymond + HIGH 1st <---> Wheeler

Ballard <---> 2nd

The big thing in this trade is getting Wheeler for that HIGH 1st round pick. He is a big guy 6'5 208 who passes well. Winnipeg gets someone to help their defensive game and let guys like Antropov, Wellwood & Burmistrov play top-6 roles. Ballard for a 2nd rounds out their defense. He would do well with Mark Stuart.

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To TOR: Tanev, Gragnani (RFA) & Archibald

To VAN: Franson (RFA) & TOR 2nd (35th)

Tanev <---> Franson

Gragnani + Archibald <---> 2nd

Sending Tanev home and bringing Franson home is the purpose of this. Toronto also gets a solid future power forward and last year's AHL's best defensman in Gragnani for a 2nd.

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VANCOUVER DRAFT PICKS: Liberace's Picks

35th: Tanner Pearson - LW

39th: Malcolm Subban - G

57th: Brian Hart - RW

71st: Mackenzie MacEachern - C

113th: Sam Kurker - RW

147th: Taylor Burke - RW

177th: Ashton Sautner - D

207th: Tyler Wood - D

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RE-SIGN:

Cory Schneider: 4 years @ $14 million. $3.500 cap hit

Sami Salo: 1 year @ $2 million

Cody Franson: 2 years @ $2.75 million. $1.375 cap hit

Eddie Läck: 2 years @ $1.8 million. $0.900 cap hit

Dale Weise: 1 year @ $650,000

SIGN:

Zach Parise: 8 years @ $54 million. $6.750 cap hit

Bryan Allen: 3 years @ $10.2 million. $3.400 cap hit

Jason Garrison: 4 years @ $13.5 million. $3.375 cap hit

Kristian Huselius: 2 years @ $5.25 million. $2.625 cap hit

Colin Fraser: 2 years @ $1.75 million. $0.875 cap hit

Brad Winchester: 1 year @ $762,500

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FINAL ROSTER: Everyone Healthy

Daniel Sedin - Henrik Sedin - Kristian Huselius ~~~~~~~~ 22 - 33 - 21 <--- Swedex Line

Zach Parise - Ryan Kesler - Blake Wheeler ~~~~~~~~~~~~ 9 - 17 - 26 <--- Amex Line

Alex Burrows - Jordan Staal - Teddy Purcell ~~~~~~~~~~ 14 - 11 - 13 <--- Canex Line

Chris Higgins - Maxim Lapierre - Jannik Hansen ~~~~~~ 20 - 40 - 36 <--- Grindex Line

Brad Winchester - Colin Fraser - Dale Weise ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 15 - 24 - 32 <--- Roughex Line

Dan Hamhuis - Kevin Bieksa ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 2 - 3 <--- Shutdown Pair

Alexander Edler - Jason Garrison ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 23 - 25 <--- Offensive Pair

Bryan Allen - Cody Franson ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 5 - 4 <--- Giant Pair

Ben Lovejoy - Sami Salo ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 18 - 6 <--- Reliable Pair

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SPECIAL TEAMS: Power Play

PP1

Sedin Sedin Kesler

Parise Garrison/Franson

PP2

Huselius Staal Purcell/Wheeler

Edler Franson/Salo

PP3

Higgins Wheeler Burrows/Purcell

Hamhuis Bieksa/Franson

5 on 3:

PP1

Sedin Sedin Staal

Parise Kesler

PP2

Huselius Wheeler Purcell

Edler Burrows

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SPECIAL TEAMS: PENALTY KILL

PK1

Kesler Burrows

Hamhuis Allen

PK2

Parise Lapierre

Edler Bieksa

PK3

Staal Hansen

Garrison Franson/Salo

3 on 5:

PK1

Kesler

Allen Edler

PK2

Lapierre Hansen

Hamhuis

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Spend the money you allotted to Huselius on a reasonable contract for Parise - $7.5 million minimum.

Also, if Schniederman is gonna sign for four years, and is definitely the starter, he's going to be probably $4 million plus. Between those two, and with a reasonable buffer, thats pretty much Huselius's salary.

The ripple effect would be:

Wheeler to the top line. - gives the Sedins a very quick and big winger who can score goals

Purcell to the 2nd line - gives Kesler a dedicated setup man, to go with Parise's epic forecheck and playmaking

Higgins to the third line - makes that an epic checking line full of goal scorers

Winchester up to the 4th line - makes a very tough to play against and chippy checking line which still has skill

Also at least Franson would be on the PP, Garisson you'd want too for his slapshot.

Would be epic! (gotta try this in NHL12 haha)

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Spend the money you allotted to Huselius on a reasonable contract for Parise - $7.5 million minimum.

Also, if Schniederman is gonna sign for four years, and is definitely the starter, he's going to be probably $4 million plus. Between those two, and with a reasonable buffer, thats pretty much Huselius's salary.

The ripple effect would be:

Wheeler to the top line. - gives the Sedins a very quick and big winger who can score goals

Purcell to the 2nd line - gives Kesler a dedicated setup man, to go with Parise's epic forecheck and playmaking

Higgins to the third line - makes that an epic checking line full of goal scorers

Winchester up to the 4th line - makes a very tough to play against and chippy checking line which still has skill

Also at least Franson would be on the PP, Garisson you'd want too for his slapshot.

Would be epic! (gotta try this in NHL12 haha)

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Jordan Staal isn't gonna want to be a 3rd in center again :picard:

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Winnipeg says no very quickly to that deal. Wheeler had a breakout year on a very mediocre Jets team, and was one of the consistent bright spots on their roster. IF the Canucks were to even have TBays 10th overall, it would take more than that to land Wheeler, and the Jets don't want Raymond in that equation. Ballard isn't terrible for them, but what they would want instead of a useless Raymond is a centre prospect.

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not realistic in the least. just for starters, parise will, odds are, not sign here.

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All of your proposals have too much depth to the point where people will not want to play here if they're given considerably less ice time compared to any other team in the NHL.

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Luongo out of the TB sweepstakes. Sorry to burst your bubble

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