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1 minute ago, thejazz97 said:

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small.png Taro Hirose - 3 years, $3.5m

 

small.png Anton Stralman - 2 years, $3.5m

 

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:( FA 100% bust this year. 

 

Florida looking to shake things up. I'll move whoever, hit me up.

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5 hours ago, Azzy said:

So according to Fantrax, this was the trade:

 

To ARZ: Calvin de Haan, Rocco Grimaldi

 

To MIN: Devan Dubnyk

 

To OTT: Sweet FA...

 

I'd like my goalie please :frantic:

You weren't supposed to say anything

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18 minutes ago, Azzy said:

@thejazz97 when is Puck's buyout period this year?

Same as last year, IIRC?

 

The buyout window will be 00:01 on Saturday 21 July 2018 (PST) to 23:59 on Friday 14 September 2018 (PST).

- Players must pass through waivers to be eligible for a buyout.

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4 hours ago, D-Money said:

...Alrighty then.

 

This seems to be a great time to announce my resignation from Puck. (It was coming this offseason regardless, but wanted to finish the draft and free agency first.)

 

I had a great run, and enjoyed my time with you guys. My team had a couple fantastic years, and still seems to be in good shape for the future. Hope the next guy doesn't do stupid stuff (ie. - see above) to it.

 

Ciao everybody! And have a great summer!!!

 

Another rival bites the dust. #CYABUD!!! ::D No more bending me over a table in trade negotiations... I joke lol

 

Bit sad to see you go, good luck with your future fantasy endeavors!

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33 minutes ago, maroe said:

I legit offered 3 1sts for him and he still said no... I just dont get it.. and how you could keep Makar without giving him up in a deal like this is just mindblowing

Outside point of view on this, but you went to the conference finals this year and the odds of 3 late firsts panning out to be as good as Hoffman, Hamonic, and Kapanen are very slim

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35 minutes ago, Salter said:

Outside point of view on this, but you went to the conference finals this year and the odds of 3 late firsts panning out to be as good as Hoffman, Hamonic, and Kapanen are very slim

This was pre-lottery -- I had LAK's 1st (4th overall at the time) and even gave him the option to substitute Glass for the other 1st rounder

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19 minutes ago, maroe said:

This was pre-lottery -- I had LAK's 1st (4th overall at the time) and even gave him the option to substitute Glass for the other 1st rounder

Jesus: 4th overall, Glass, 1st? That is... a lot. 

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On 7/5/2019 at 1:20 PM, thejazz97 said:

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small.png Dryden Hunt - 2 years, $1.2m*

 

small.png Gustav Nyquist - 3 years, $4m

 

small.png Ben Chiarot - 2 years, $2m

 

small.png Jakob Lilja - 3 years, $1.4m

small.png Alexander Yelesin - 1 year, $975k

small.png Blake Lizotte - 2 years, $975k

small.png Joona Luoto - 3 years, $975k

small.png Emil Larmi - 3 years, $975k

small.png Joel Kiviranta - 2 years, $975k

small.png Arnaud Durandeau - 3 years, $975k

small.png Niclas Almari - 1 year, $975k

small.png Carl-Johan Lerby - 1 year, $975k

small.png Teemu Kivihalme - 1 year, $975k

small.png Arsen Khisamutdinov - 3 years, $975k

small.png Nikolai Knyzhov - 3 years, $1m

small.png Jani Hakanpaa - 1 year, $900k

 

small.png Bo Horvat - 3 years, $5.3m**

small.png Curtis McElhinney - 1 year, $2.75m

small.png Erik Haula - 3 years, $3.25m

 

small.png Nikolai Prokhorkin - 3 years, $2m

small.png Mike Smith - 1 year, $5m

small.png Jonathan Bernier - 1 year, $1m

small.png Kevin Gravel - 1 year, $700k

small.png Dalton Prout - 1 year, $700k

small.png Jordan Weal - 1 year, $700k

 

small.png Alan Quine - 1 year, $650k

small.png Anton Wedin - 2 years, $700k

 

small.png Brogan Rafferty - 3 years, $1.2m

small.png Josh Teves - 3 years, $1.2m

small.png Jake Lucchini - 3 years, $825k

small.png Jake Kielly - 3 years, $875k

 

small.png Anders Lee - 5 years, $7.5m

 

* - As Dryden Hunt is an RFA from Chicago, @WalkWithElias40 will have seven days from this announcement (1:20 pm PST, July 12, 2019) to either match the offer or accept compensation. Due to the contract's salary, the compensation owed would be nothing.

 

** - As Bo Horvat is an RFA from Tampa Bay, @Alain Vigneault and @Sane33 will have seven days from this announcement (1:20 pm PST, July 12, 2019) to either match the offer or accept compensation. Due to the contract's salary, the compensation owed would be a 1st Round Pick (2020) and 3rd Round Pick (2020).

 

 

I'll also take this time to give a PSA that rosters must be under the salary cap ($81.5m) and under the roster cap (50 contracts, unsigned players not included) by the first night of the season. If rosters don't, a penalty will be applied to each team failing to fall at or under either.

Chicago Blackhawks will Match that offer :) 

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1 hour ago, Sygvard said:

 

Jesus: 4th overall, Glass, 1st? That is... a lot. 

and he still turned me down without hesitation. 

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14 hours ago, Master Mind said:

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small.png  To ARZ: Rasmus Dahlin, Jonathan Ericsson, Tomas Jurco, Mikhail Shalagin, Dominik Bokk

 

small.png  To COL: Mike Hoffman, Travis Hamonic, Kasperi Kapanen, Bryce Brodzinski, 2021 3rd Rd Pick

Alright who was smoking good crack ? 

 

what the heck is this .... 

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Woah, this real life trade does not effect me in any pools? I know they had great prospect D depth. But man, I don't like this for Chicago...

 

What does everybody else think?

 

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1 minute ago, Canuck Surfer said:

Woah, this real life trade does not effect me in any pools? I know they had great prospect D depth. But man, I don't like this for Chicago...

 

What does everybody else think?

 

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Clear loss for Chicago, but they managed to turn Strome into a star...

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4 hours ago, Salter said:

Outside point of view on this, but you went to the conference finals this year and the odds of 3 late firsts panning out to be as good as Hoffman, Hamonic, and Kapanen are very slim

I’d disagree with your statement here since first round picks pan out to be NHL players 80% of the time... and look at all the former late first round picks in the NHL in Filip Forsberg, Tomas Hertl, Andrei vasilevskiy, Erik karlsson, tarasenko all of the were either mid first or late first round picks. Dahlin will be the number one defensemen in the league in minimum two years. 

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