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[Offer Sheet] Flames offer sheet Ryan O'Reilly

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Darren Dreger@DarrenDreger

Breaking: Told thhe Flames have filed an offer sheet on Ryan O'Reilly. #TSN

Darren Dreger@DarrenDreger

O'Reilly details more clearly: 2 yrs .. 5M AAV ... 1m salary this year and 2.5 SB ... 6.5M salary next year.

Adam Proteau@Proteautype

Jay Feaster. Greg Sherman. Barn Fight. Book it.

If any team needed centre help, it would Calgary

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Would it not make more sense to tank, and draft a center like McKinnon? Although Drouin and Jones could be an option as well.

Feaster needs to go.

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I don't see Colorado not matching this. They have the cap space for it.. but that said this is a deep draft coming up..

This is a bit dated, but in 2011 this kind of offer would cost Calgary a 1st, 2nd and 3rd.

2011 Compensationfrom ProHockeyTalk at NBC Sports and Craig Custance of The Sporting News

  • $1,034,249 or below: No compensation

  • $1,034,250 – $1,567,043: A 3rd round draft pick.

  • $1,567,044 – $3,134,088: A 2nd round draft pick.

  • $3,134,089 – $4,701,131: A 1st and 3rd round draft pick.

  • $4,701,132 – $6,268,175: A 1st, 2nd, and 3rd round draft pick.

  • $6,268,176 – $7,835,219: Two 1st’s, a 2nd and a 3rd round draft pick.

  • Over $7,835,219: Four 1st round draft picks.

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Colorado is thanking the flames for this hahaha

Aren't they playing tonight? Game's going to be feisty

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Nice one, Feaster!

Hope the Avs take the compensation and Calgary can finally get some help on offense!

Not trying to turn this our way and say why oh why didn't you make the offer sheet, Mike. But I'm a bit envious of the other teams' GM's making bold moves and ours making none at all. And we were actually the one supposed to make a splash.

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I wouldn't match if it I was Colorado. A high first and 2nd are pretty valuable, especially when O'reilly's held out for this long.

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Colorado should match it, but it's quite tempting to think about having 2 potential picks in the top 10. O'Reilly will probably walk after the contract is over anyways.

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Wow... inter-divisional too.

Avs have to match....play him for a year and then trade him.

The draft picks aren't enough compensation for $5 mill.

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Wow. So the Avs are either stuck with him for a season or he walks to the Flames for a 1st and a 3rd... For all the not-so-great (to put it mildly) moves that Feaster has made, that's a pretty brilliant move by him.

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I think Colorado will match it, O'Reilly is worth more than a 1st and 3rd. He will probably be on the trading block next year if they match, don't see him sticking with the Avalanche.

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With how this is structured Colorado would have to tender O'Reilly an qualifying offer based on his 2014 salary of $6.5m. They may look at that and choose eto take the compansation. Calgary taking a huge gamble here hoping he's worth that in a year, but I think that's the only way they could structure the offer sheet and have a chance at Colorado not matching

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Avs will probably let them sign him and get a 1st and 3rd rounder back

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that QO is disgusting,

Over $3,364,391 to $5,046,585 - 1st round pick, 3rd

Over $5,046,585 to $6,728,781 - 1st round pick, 2nd, 3rd

1st and 3rd, for a highend 2nd line centre or lowend first line centre not bad.

If colorado matches this when can they trade Orielly is it a calendar year? or by season meaning he could be traded on july2?

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Assume Colorado took thew picks and wound up with the 4th overall and the 8th overall picks in 2013.

Could expect something like Barkov and Ristolainen/Nichushkin.

Great prospects but how does it help the Avs now? They really need help next year.

/O'Reilly could be traded July 1st, 2013.

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Why was the first thread deleted? Or am I not seeing it...

If Avs match, can they trade him right away??

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To those of you who wished Gillis made this offer... Are you nuts?!? Where the hell would we magically get 5 mil more cap space? And since when is O Reilly worth 5 mil????? He seems like a greedy, self centered jerk. NO THANKS. Colorado would be nuts not to take a potential top 5 pick this year. I mean it is Calgary!

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