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I don't mind the idea of option two, but I think there would be some kinks that would have to be worked out, maybe we could try to work them out through the summer and next season to make sure it is fair and then try implementing something like option 2 for next season? The idea just seems pretty sudden considering the playoffs are about to start, just my $0.02.

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I don't mind the idea of option two, but I think there would be some kinks that would have to be worked out, maybe we could try to work them out through the summer and next season to make sure it is fair and then try implementing something like option 2 for next season? The idea just seems pretty sudden considering the playoffs are about to start, just my $0.02.

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Signing: The Minnesota Wild have signed pending-RFA F Mikael Granlund to a three-year contract extension.

Mikael Granlund - Three-year deal worth $5.25 million dollars ($1.75 million per season).

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Signing: The Minnesota Wild have signed pending-UFA D Jordan Leopold to a one-year contract extension.

Jordan Leopold - One-year deal worth $3.25 million dollars.

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Signing: The Ottawa Senators have signed pending-RFA D Cam Fowler to a two-year contract extension.

Cam Fowler - Two-year deal worth $7.5 million dollars ($3.75 million per season).

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I vote Option 1 for this year.

We should track option 2, then we can review it in detail over the summer, and see if there are benefits that make us want to try it.

I don`t wanna think about em, I just wanna get down!

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Signing: The Minnesota Wild have signed pending-RFA F Mikael Granlund to a three-year contract extension.

Mikael Granlund - Three-year deal worth $5.25 million dollars ($1.75 million per season).

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Speaking of playoffs, I have two options on how to run playoff series this season, and I'm leaving it up to you guys to see which one we do.

Option 1: The standard format we've been using. Teams line up in their usual seeds and the team with the most points at the end of the 1st round advances.

Option 2: A 7 game series format. Seeding is the same, but matches up with the corresponding NHL playoff bracket to determine windows of time that would be considered a 'game' for our pool. If you outscore your opponent in that window, you win Game 1, and we enter the window for game 2 at a 0-0 tie. Win 4 games and you advance.

Example:

Thoughts?

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