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Andrew Ladd - Logan Couture - Johan Franzen

Tanner Pearson - Ryan Strome - Ondrej Palat

Colin Wilson - David Desharnais - Scottie Upshall

Vincent Lecavalier - Victor Rask - Colton Sceviour

Chris Terry

Brent Seabrook - Jared Spurgeon

Danny DeKeyser - Calvin de Haan

Jakub Kindl - Jordie Benn

David Rundblad

Cam Ward

John Gibson

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Nazem Kadri - Henrik Zetterberg - Bobby Ryan

Chris Higgins - Mike Fisher - Max Domi

Mason Raymond - Cody Hodgson - Christian Thomas

Antoine Roussel - Cody McCormick - Jannik Hansen

Devin Setoguchi

Erik Johnson - Dennis Seidenberg

Christian Ehrhoff - Luke Schenn

Eric Gryba - Barrett Jackman

Nate Prosser, Nate Schmidt

Mike Smith

Justin Peters


Tim Kennedy - Chris Wagner - Jack Skille

Anthony Mantha - Nicolas Kerdiles - Ben Hanowski

Brendan Lemieux - John Hayden - Marek Hrivik

Zachary Stepan, Will Acton

Danny Biega - Conor Allen

Travis Sanheim - Mattias Backman

Morgan Ellis - Maxim Chudinov

Joni Ortio

Unsigned: Nikita Tryamkin, Brandon Halverson, Brett Pollock, Gustav Forsling, Jansen Harkins, Gabriel Gagne, Connor Hobbs, Glen Gawdin, Samuel Dove-McFalls.

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CDCFL 2015/16 Chicago Blackhawks Roster

Patrick Marleau - Joe Thornton - Tomas Tatar

Brock Nelson - Elias Lindholm-Michael Frolik

Jason Zucker - Chris Kelly - Tobias Rieder

Danius Zubrus - Josh Jooris - Jared Boll

Patrick Bordeleau - Jeremy Morin

Johnny Boychuk - Jakob Trouba

Oscar Klefbom - Nick Holden

Eric Gelinas - Ben Chiarot

Matt Hunwick

Sergei Bobrovsky

Chad Johnson

LITR : Nathan Horton


CDCFL Projected 2015/16 Rockford Icehogs Roster

Mario Lucia - Gabriel Dumont - Sven Andrighetto

Mike Hlamo- Bryce van Brabant - Blake Pietila

Daniil Zharkov - Matthias Plachta - Brian Ferlin

Maxim Kitsyn - Christoph Bertschy - Tom Kühnhackl

???? - ???? -????

Slater Koekkoek - Fredrik Cleasson

Konrad Abeltshauser - Kevin Gagne

Michael Sdao - Kevin Czuczman

Dean Kukan - ????

Louis Domingue

Nathan Lieuwen

Spencer Martin

Unsigned Prospects


Jaedon Descheneau (90th Overall 2014)

Francis Perron (110th Overall 2014)

Austin Poganski (111th Overall 2014)

Graham Knott (57th Overall 2015)

Jakob Forsbacka-Karlsson (84th Overall 2015)

Kameron Kielly (149th Overall 2015)


Kelly Summers (140th Overall 2014)

Parker Wotherspoon (87th Overall 2015)

Andrew Nielsen (113th Overall 2015)


Samuel Montembeault (117th Overall 2015)


2016: CHI 1st, CHI 2nd , CHI 3rd , CHI 5th

2017: CHI 1st , CHI 2nd , CHI 3rd , CHI 4th , CHI 5th


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Tyler Ennis - John Tavares - Jaromir Jagr

Alex Tanguay - Bryan Little - Nathan MacKinnon

Sven Baertschi - Kyle Brodziak - Viktor Arvidsson

Mike Brown - Michael Chaput - Corey Tropp

Drew Shore, Ales Hemsky

Andrew MacDonald - Justin Schultz

Carl Gunnarsson - Rasmus Ristolainen

Nathan Beaulieu - Cody Ceci

Nikita Zadorov - Nate Guenin

Jimmy Howard

Antti Niemi

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The 2015-16 Los Angeles Kings

Johnny Gaudreau - Tyler Seguin - Patrick Kane

Cody McLeod - Craig Smith - Troy Brouwer

Adam Lowry - Brian Boyle - Teemu Pulkinnen

Michael Ferland - Jay Beagle - Matt Fraser

Kyle Baun

Anton Stralman - James Wisniewski

Alec Martinez - Trevor Daley

Fedor Tyutin - Jay Harrison

Zach Trotman

Andre Benoit

Henrik Lundqvist

Darcy Kuemper

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Semin (7.000) - Turris (3.500) - Cammalleri (5.250)

Pouliot (4.250) - Eichel (3.775) - Michalek (4.000)

Jones (4.000) - Girgensons (1.369) - Foligno (1.200)

Moen (1.800) - Cullen (1.100) - Condra (1.100)

Klinkhammer (0.700) - Bernier (1.500)

Johnnson (4.357) - Subban (8.000)

Wiercioch (2.000) - Braun (4.250)

Oleksiak (2.100) - Lindbohm (0.800)

Petrovic (1.350)

Pavelec (3.900) - Neuvirth (2.000)


Salary Cap: $71.40000 - Cap Hit: $70.54131 - Cap Space: $0.85869

2016 Draft: 1st (Edm), 2nd (Edm)

2017 Draft: 1st (Edm), 2nd (Edm), 3rd (Edm), 4th (Edm), 5th (Edm)

Unsigned: Boeser, Chabot, MacDonald, Sideroff, Vladar, Pilut



Matteau (1.100) - Latta (1.100)- Hartman (1.000)

Kosmachuk (0,610) - Sill (0.875) - Sorenson (0.750)
Black (0.600) - Smith (0.700) - Loktionov (0.875)

F. Beauvillier (0.600)

Bigras (0.905) - Theodore (1.100)

Lewington (0.800)- Samuelsson (0.975)

Hellebuyck (0.950) - C. Gibson (0.750) - Dansk (0.735)

ELC Slides: Provorov (2.750)

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JVR............................Nick Backstrom.......................Val Nichuskin
Jussi Jokinen.............Jori Lehtera.............................Jimmy Hayes
Kris Versteeg..............Ryan Spooner.........................Emerson Etem
Matt Martin.................Sam Gagner...........................Steve Downie
Steve Ott..................................Viktor Stahlberg
Nik Kronwall......................John Klingberg
Travis Hamonic..................Ilya Nikulin
Griiffin Rhinehart.................Jyrki Jokkipakka
Andrew Ference
Chris Mason
Philip Grubauer
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How Much Worse 'Cane" It Get?

By: Inanimate Carbon Rod

Anything is better than last year. Or so I thought. If you were a fan of the Hurricanes last season, I'm not going to apologize to you, that's ownerships job. They may feel like things are moving in the right direction, but this reporter is not buying into the hype. As soon as things started looking up, our new GM pulls the rug from underneath us.

Last season was tough, but let's go through the negatives quickly.

1. Five GMs!

Yeah, that's right. Five. JohnTavares. Apollo. DoughtysCheck. SwedeHockey. Monty. Let's not kid ourselves fans, this was probably the biggest problem. No clear vision for this team, at least from my perspective. But let's just say there was a clear vision from each one. With five different GMs, they are all going to have their own thoughts on what the team should look like. You hand someone the keys to the car, they are going to drive differently.

2. Devan Dubnyk

This team had huge problems last season, the biggest being that they traded Devan Dubnyk and ran with the tandem of Anton Khudobin and Martin Jones as their starters. Oops.

3. Defensive Depth

There was none.

But there were some positives last season and off season Trading Marion Gaborik landed Cam Fowler. And as much as this reporter loves Cam Fowler, our new GM flipped Fowler for Anton Stralman and 3 draft picks. This ultimately led to Dustin Byfuglien, Jakub Zboril, Nick Paul, Axel Holmstrom, and Rinat Valiev. Not a bad haul.

There was also the trading of Justin Abdelkader for Kevin Hayes, Markus Granlund, and Eric Huala. Haula, of course, was subsequently flipped in a trade to bring in defenseman Marc Staal. Another brilliant trade for the Hurricanes.

While they may have given up their 8th overall pick in 2015, it was a necessary payment for proven goaltender Tuukka Rask, who is one of the leagues top goaltenders and pool point producers.

Last thing for positives is the depth this organization now has for prospects. Under Monty's short tenure, the organization has added: Nikolaj Ehlers, Madison Bowey, Julius Honka, Ryan Pulock, Jan Kostalek, Nick Paul, Axel Holmstrom, Andreas Johnson, Stephon Williams, Ilya Sorokin, Jakub Zboril, Rasmus Andersson, Kyle Wood, Keegan Kolesar, Aleksi Saarela, Rinat Valiev, and Conor Garland. Oh yeah, and signing UFAs Artemi Panarin and Viktor Tikhonov prior to the seasons ending. Good moves.

When GM Monty came in, he pointed out 3 areas he wanted to accomplish.

1. Find a legitimate starting goaltender.

2. Beef up the defense.

3. Improve prospect pool.

He's done all these things. And I was excited about everything he had completed. Up until Tyler Seguin being traded. I like Scheifele and I really like Brayden Schenn. The two together will undoubtedly garner quite a bit of points for the team. However, Tyler Seguin is not only an elite center, behind Crosby and Stamkos in talent, but his contract is what made him incredibly valuable. Now, perhaps that's why the return was as good as it was. However, I'm of the opinion that you NEVER trade an elite player. Especially on a contract as good as his.

I honestly believed that with all the GM movement for the Hurricanes last season, this team couldn't be setup for a worse year. However, after all the positive moves Monty made, has he undone all of hard work by trading the leagues best center? We'll find out soon enough.

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When do we have to set our ELC slides?

I want to see what happens at training camps before making a final decision.

Oct 1

Thanks for getting this to 2 pages guys, didn't want to post any trades/signings on the first page haha! Will post those later today.

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...However, I'm of the opinion that you NEVER trade an elite player. Especially on a contract as good as his...

The Los Angeles Kings agree.

Here is an exclusive clip of GM D-Money and his imaginary assistant at the King's control station right after confirmation of the Seguin trade:


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