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October 2019


Oldest to Newest

 To FLA: Jesper Fast

 To OTT: Stelio Mattheos, 4th Rd. Pick (2021, FLA)*

*Pick is moved only if Mattheos doesn't play at least 90 games in NHL/AHL by the end of the 2020-21 season


 To NSH: Jay Bouwmeester ($1m ret. for 2019-20)

 To OTT: Michael Frolik, 4th Rd. Pick (2021, NSH)


To COL: Noel Acciari 

To FLA: 2021 PIT 3rd and Joey Anderson 


September 2019


Oldest to Newest

   To PIT: Jordan Kyrou

  To COL: Laurent Brossoit + 2021 3rd


  To WSH: Leon Draisaitl

  To BOS: Timo Meier, Bowen Byram


  To MIN: Devan Dubnyk

  To OTT: Aaron Dell + Ilya Konovalov + conditional 2021 MIN 2nd round pick

*(if Konovalov plays 10+ NHL games by the end of the 2020/21,  pick becomes 2021 3rd)


  To PIT: Adrian Kempe

  To FLA: Phillip Kurashev + 2020 3rd (NSH)


  To FLA: Taylor Hall

  To CAR: Drake Batherson, Jordan Greenway, Ian Mitchell.


To BUF: Sam Reinhart, Jared Spurgeon, Grigori Denisenko

To NJD: Rasmus Ristolainen ($1.25m retained 2019/20), Brock McGinn, 2020 BUF 2nd


To BUF: Emile Poirier, Will Bitten

To NSH: 2021 BOS 5th


To PHI: Brett Pesce

To PIT: Alexander Romanov, 2020 PHI 2nd, 2021 PHI 2nd


To ANA: 2020 PHI 2nd, Chase De Leo

To PIT: Ian Scott, Richard Panik ($1m Retained)


To DET: 2020 TBL 2nd

To TBL: David Krecji


To ANA: 2020 ANA 4th

To ARZ: Zack Smith


To ANA: 2020 CHI 5th

To PIT: Brett Ritchie


To OTT: Michael Amadio

To ANA: 2020 OTT 5th


To ANA: Bobby Ryan, Linus Karlsson, 2020 CBJ 3rd*

To DET: Brandon Saad, Frederic Allard

*Becomes a 2020 CBJ 2nd if Saad scores 285fps in 2019/20*


To COL: Ryan Carpenter 

To ANA: 2021 COL 5th 


To TBL: Bryan Little, Andre Cogliano, Cam York 

To LAK: Deryk Engelland ($1m Retained)


To PIT: Ryan Suzuki, Kody Clark

To NYR: Connor McMichael, 2021 PHI 2nd


To COL: Joakim Ryan

To PIT: Jonathan Davidsson 


To ARZ: 4th Rd. Pick (2020, EDM)

To EDM: Garrett Wilson, Steven Kampfer, Tye Felhaber, Lukas Vejdemo, Jack Rodewald, Radim Salda


To ANA: Sean Durzi

To DET: P.K. Subban ($2m retained, duration of contract) 



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League rules:




Roster Requirements

  • 23 Players under contract required on all team rosters at all times.
  • GMs will be required to ice a team of twelve forwards, six defensemen, and one goalie daily. The remaining players will be "benched" for that day.
  • GMs will be required to have at least two goalies on the main roster at all times.
  • The cutoff time for lineup changes will be one minute before the first NHL game that day.
  • GMs have the ability to set "future lineups" in Fantrax, according to the NHL schedule.
  • Limit of 50 total players under contract in AHL and NHL combined.
  • The NHL Salary Cap for 2019-20 is $81.5m. The Salary Cap floor for 2019-20 is $60.2m.
  • NHL Buyout rules apply - see below for more details.
  • Previously, if a team were to have a roster over the salary cap, their roster would be invalid and they would not accumulate points. For the 2019/2020 season and onwards, any team who is not cap compliant on day 1 of the regular season will have any NHL contract signing they have made, voided in reverse-chronological order until they are cap compliant. UFA's will be dropped to the open market, and RFA's will be put at $999,999,999 and will follow regular RFA guidelines. Any team will be allowed to negotiate contract terms with these players (within UFA and RFA guidelines), including the team who previously had them as long as they have moved enough salary out.



  • To move players to and from your NHL and AHL teams, use the Fantrax controls on your team page.
  • If waivers are required, please follow the waivers procedure outlined below.



  • To place a player on the IR, select the player on Fantrax, and move them to the red 'injured reserve' area.
  • Only players with a red flag next to their name are eligible to be placed on the Fantrax IR.
  • When a player that has been placed on the IR becomes healthy (no red flag beside name in Fantrax), the GM has two days remove them from the IR.
  • If two days have elapsed and the player is still on the IR after he is deemed healthy, the Commissioner team will activate the player, which may result in another player being waived to accommodate.


  • Teams will not be permitted to ice their players out of position.
  • Players listed as playing a position on one of the following sites that add to those Fantrax lists, may have those positions added: NHL, TSN, Sportsnet, Elite Prospects, HockeyDB, Yahoo 
  • Please send the relevant Commissioner Team a PM with a direct link for each players corresponding proof with "CDC Puck Player Positions" and your team name in the subject line.




How To Place a Player on Waivers

  • PM the relevant Commissioner that you want to place your player on waivers, with the intention of putting them on your minors team (If you simply state they are going on waivers it will be presumed you are placing them in the minors after they clear unless you state otherwise).
  • The waiver will then be posted in the league thread. After 48 hours, if no other team is interested in claiming them, they will stay on your minors team (to clear up room for your call ups your player will be placed on your minors team so you can bring up a replacement at the time of your posting).
  • Please indicate the player you intend to bring up, even though you can do it manually through Fantrax without a Commissioner. In the event that this is done before the daily roster movement cutoff, but a Commissioner hasn't made the change yet, we will need to know who to replace the moving player with when we backdate the transaction.

Waiver Eligibility

  • Skaters are eligible for waivers if they are at least 27 years old, or have played 150 games in the NHL are subject to waivers. This will be reduced to 125 games for the 2019/20 season.
  • Goalies are eligible for waivers if they are at least 27 years old, or have played 80 games in the NHL.
  • Player waivers eligibility is re-evaluated each game by Fantrax. If you cannot move your player to the minors and could a few days earlier, most likely they reached 150 games or the age of 27 (125 games from 2019/20).
  • Once a waiver-eligible player is put on waivers in the League Thread, the other teams have 48 hours to claim said player.
  • The waiver priority order is the reverse order of the standings. If a claimed player is waived within a week of their claiming, the team who originally waived them has first dibs on claiming said player.
  • If a player is claimed and then waived again within 24 Hours, the team who originally waived the player may retain them on their minors team without going through waivers provided no other team put in a claim other than the original claiming team.
  • Players claimed off waivers after the trade deadline may not play in that season's playoffs for any team except for the team whose roster they were on at the trade deadline.

Cap Circumvention

  • If a waiver-eligible player is demoted to their minor league affiliate, and has a contract over $1m, their team will have a cap penalty of the amount over $1m. (e.g. $2m contract demoted to AHL, $1m still on the books.)
  • Because the GM has the ability to recall these players without contacting commissioner, you must the relevant Commissioner to remove the cap penalty upon recalling the player to avoid an illegal roster or unfounded cap penalty against your team. 
  • The best method would be to let us move the player back to your team (and backdate the move if need be) so it is all done simultaneously, though you may choose to move the player and have us correct the cap hit later.

Remember To Balance Your Roster

  • If waiving a player leaves your team short a player and you do not specify in your waiver post in the league thread, which player you wish to bring up from the minors, your team will be illegal until you do this by your own action on Fantrax.
  • If you waive or claim a player, please indicate in your post and the message posted in your 'CDCP - YourTeam' private message thread who will be replacing that player on your roster and if they will be active or in the reserve. 




Signing an Unrestricted Free Agent (UFA)

  • Send any UFA contract offers to the relevant Commissioner; keep your PMs professional, informing the agent of your plans for the player both in terms of term and remuneration, and the role the player is expected to be offered on your teams.
  • Contracts can be a maximum of 5 years.
  • No UFAs can sign between Trade Deadline Day and 1 July - no matter their league or free agent status.
  • Players playing in NCAA can only be signed between 1 July and 30 September, unless they are an existing draft pick of your team.
  • Players contracted to an overseas team but technically a UFA in NHL terms CANNOT be signed to a contract while under their overseas contract.
  • Players drafted through the CDCP Entry Draft and playing overseas can still be signed to contracts, as if they were playing in the OHL or any other league.
  • This will be known as the 'Shipachyov Rule' and means that unless you drafted an overseas player and signed him to a contract, you must wait until the player is a real-life free agent before making an offer.
  • UFAs will be able to be signed at any age, provided that 1) they have gone undrafted through two entry drafts, and 2) the time of their signing complies with the rest of the existing rules surrounding free agency, such as the Trade Deadline to July 1 UFA signing freeze, et cetera. This will apply to both North American and European+ Skaters. This means that you will be able to sign 18-year-olds, as long as they've gone through the draft once as a 17-year-old and again as an 18-year old.


Re-signings (UFAs and RFAs)

  • From 14 July 2018 to 31 December 2018, teams are permitted to discuss a new contract with two pending UFAs/RFAs
  • From 1 January 2019 to Trade Deadline Day 2019, teams are permitted to discuss terms with any remaining pending UFAs/RFAs
  • Not all players will wish to discuss contracts in-season; an inquiry made to a player will count towards your total discussions, so choose your offers wisely.
  • Player agents will act in the players' interests, not the teams'. Hometown discounts may be given, or excessive demands made.
  • It is up to each GM to manage their future cap situation and any GMs signing their team into future financial difficulties will be placed under intense scrutiny by the Commissioner team.


Signing your unsigned prospects

  • Between the end of the Stanley Cup Final and the puck dropping on Game 1 of the following season, your unsigned prospects can be signed at any time and added to your NHL roster.
  • From 31 October to the end of the Stanley Cup Final, you can sign your unsigned prospects; they cannot, however, play on your NHL roster during the season.
  • If you choose to negotiate with an unsigned prospect between 1 November 2018 and 31 December 2018, that will count as one of your two permitted contract negotiations.
  • Unsigned prospects drafted in 2018 will be released two nights before the 2020 draft if left unsigned.


Offer sheets

  • An offer sheet can be made to any RFA who remains unsigned by his current team.
  • If you decide to match an offer sheet made to one of your players, you CAN trade him - unlike in real life, where you cannot for one year after matching.
  • If you trade the player soon after matching an offer sheet, it will be counted as a sign-and-trade - which carries unspecific penalties when attempting to sign UFAs, as well as when negotiating with your existing UFAs/RFAs.
  • Compensation for offer sheets in the 2018/19 season:


$1,395,053 or less No compensation
$1,395,054 to $2,113,716 Third-round pick
$2,113,717 to $4,227,437 Second-round pick
$4,227,438 to $6,341,152 First and third-round picks
$6,341,153 to $8,454,871 First, second and third-round picks
$8,454,872 to $10,568,589    Two firsts, a second and third-round picks
Over $10,568,589 Four first-round picks


Player Happiness

  • Player happiness will not be proactively mandated (player demanding a trade etc) in an effort to keep this league as free of Commissioner bias as possible. In the occasion of retaining your pending UFA, we may however dig deeper into the situation and use this variable in our decision to sign the player to your or another team's offer. If you offer $5m to your pending UFA star and another team offers $5m and is more likely to win the Stanley Cup, the player may well ask for more money or take the new team's contract.
  • We do not want this to turn into a popularity contest so there won't be too much interpretation and thinking on behalf of NHL players, but we will use some basic factors in re-signings that may border on player happiness.


Buyouts / Contract Terminations

  • If a player on your roster retires or signs overseas, his contract will be terminated at no penalty to the GM if so requested by the GM.
  • If you sign a player who is playing overseas, and they stay overseas, you are on the hook for that contract. We shall call this the Kovalchuk Rule. Sign Kovalchuk in summer 2018 to a 3 year, $6m AAV deal only to find he stays in the KHL? That cap hit stays on your books.
  • The rules for buyouts in CDCP are as follows:

    - 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.

    - All buyout cap hits will be for double the term remaining on a contract (ie, 2 years for a 1 year contract, 6 years for a 3 year contract, etc).

    - Buyout costs are as follows: If player is under the age of 26 - 1/3 of the salary owed; if the player is 26 or over, 2/3 of the salary owed.

    - Example: Las Vegas waives 25 year-old Mark Stone (8 years remaining, $6.2m cap hit). He goes unclaimed (somehow). His buyout cap hit is for 16 years (8 years, doubled) at $1,033,333 per season ($49.6m salary owed; 1/3 is $16,533,333; $16,533,333 over 16 seasons is $1,033,333 per season). Cap saved per season is $5,166,667. Stone would then become a UFA.

  • Pending UFAs will be automatically removed after 10pm PST on 30 June 2018 if neither re-signed nor released before then.


RFA / UFA Status

  • An RFA is a player who is no longer considered to be entry-level, but does not qualify as an unrestricted free agent, becomes a restricted free agent when his contract expires. A player may only declare himself to be an unrestricted free agent if he is over the age of 27 or has played in the league for a minimum of 7 years.
  • ELC contracts can be for a maximum of three years for any player signing his ELC. CDCP will not enforce NHL limits on base salary as it is only fair that a first overall such as Connor McDavid should cost more than $925,000 etc. Essentially, ELC bonuses are rolled into the base salary for all prospects being signed to their ELC.
  • If an RFA is left unsigned throughout the summer, GMs will have until December 31st of the season to sign their player. The player will become a UFA if unsigned by the new year.




How to make a trade

  • Upon completion of trade negotiations with a fellow GM in this league, send the relevant Commissioner details of the trade.
  • Both GMs must sign off on the trade before it is valid. Trades processed after the day of the trade will be back dated accordingly.


Remember to balance your roster

  • If your trade leaves your team short a player (or with too many) and you do not specify in the submitted confirmation PM which player you wish to send down/bring up to/from the minors (and if they are to be placed on your active roster or reserve), your roster will be locked until you do this by your own action on Fantrax. 
  • If the trade requires a player to be waived or sent down, please indicate the player to be moved instead.


Trade Deadline

  • The Trade Deadline will mirror the real-life NHL date each year. The 2019 date is TBC, but will take place the weekend after the real-life NHL deadline.
  • Upon completion of the regular season in April 2019 GMs may begin to make trades again, though they will not affect playoff rosters.


Sign-and-Trade Penalties

  • As mentioned under trades, if a GM trades a player which has been recently signed, there will be unspecific penalties when attempting to sign UFAs, as well as when negotiating with your existing UFAs/RFAs.


League information:


Commissioner Team:


thejazz97 - responsible for the annual CDCP Entry draft, player contracts, buyouts, Fantrax issues and general enquiries

Salter - responsible for trades and updating Fantrax

Jaku - responsible for waivers

Master Mind - responsible for player positions and all of the above when we're out of commission. He makes the tea in the Commissioners' office now!


League schedule:


1 September 2019 - Teams can discuss new contracts with two impending UFAs/RFAs

14 September 2019 - Buyout window closes

30 September 2019 - All players waiver-eligible and currently in the minors to be re-put on waivers

2 October 2019 - Waiver claims processed, 2019/20 season begins

31 October 2019 - Last day for unsigned prospects to be signed to allow them to play in the 2019/20 season

31 December 2019 - Last day to discuss new contracts with two impending UFAs/RFAs. Unsigned RFAs become UFAs.

1 January 2020 - Teams can discuss new contracts with all remaining UFAs/RFAs

end Feb / start of March 2020 - Trade Deadline Day (exact date TBC, but to be set one week after IRL deadline day)

4 April 2020 - 2019/20 regular season ends

c.10 April 2020 - 2019/20 playoffs begin (exact date TBC)

early June 2020 - 2019/20 playoffs end (exact date TBC), draft begins at the conclusion of the Conference Finals




Goal: 5
Assist: 4

Game-winning goal: 1

Overtime Goal: 1 (rule change to Overtime Point is pending)

Hat Trick: 3

Short-handed Point: 1

Plus/minus: 0.75/-0.75
Block: 0.75
Hit: 0.5
Fight: 3

Win: 10

Overtime/Shootout loss: 5
Shut-out: 5

Assist: 4



  • CDC Puck follows the NHL playoff structure.
  • The top three teams in each division will make up the first 12 teams in the playoffs. The remaining four spots will be filled by the next two highest-placed finishers in each conference, based on regular-season record and regardless of division. It is possible for one division in each conference to send five teams to the postseason while the other sends just three.
  • In the First Round, the division winner with the best record in each conference will be matched against the wild-card team with the lesser record; the wild card team with the better record will play the other division winner.
  • The teams finishing second and third in each division will meet in the First Round within the bracket headed by their respective division winners. First-round winners within each bracket play one another in the Second Round to determine the four participants in the Conference Finals.
  • The playoffs will be decided by the final point total of each team after that round is fully over. While it is a head to head playoff structure, series will not be decided by four days in a row of having more points that your opponent. Again, the team with more points at the end of the round wins. Points are then reset at the beginning of each new round.
  • There will be no waivers or minimum roster restrictions. Also, salary cap restrictions do not apply.


Optional Fantrax donation:


As it was in the first four seasons, this is a free league and we do not charge a fee to join. However, with a $80 cost for Fantrax, any GM wishing to offer a small 'donation' is very welcome to do so. Again, this would only be voluntary and is certainly not expected in any way. Please PM the Commissioner Team if you would like details. Some GMs have done this, and one unnamed individual paid for some specific colleagues - you know who you are Batman.


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Previous Month's Trades


August 2019


Oldest to Newest


To VAN: Nathan MacKinnon, Thatcher Demko, Adam Gaudette, Zach Werenski ($1m retained until end of 2021)

To CGY: Jonathan Huberdeau, Cam Atkinson, Kailer Yamamoto, Connor Brown, Antoine Morand, Kyle Keyser, 2021 2nd*

*If Demko plays 41 games for the IRL Canucks in 2019/20, CGY will receive a 2021 2nd. 


To COL: Danny DeKeyser

To NJD: 2021 COL 4th


To NSH: Devin Shore, Gustav Forsling

To BOS: Cedric Paquette (50% retained)


To PIT: Emil Bemström, Nicolas Beaudin, Philipp Kurashev

To SJS: Clayton Keller, 2021 PIT 2nd


To BOS: Craig Anderson, Nikolaj Ehlers (500k retained 2019/2020)

To BUF: John Gibson, 2020 DET 3rd, 2021 BOS 5th


To WPG: Kyle Turris, Madison Bowey

To PIT: Anthony Duclair, Taylor Raddysh


To PIT: Loui Eriksson, 2021 NJD 2nd

To NJD: 2021 PIT 5th


To BOS: David Perron (50% retained)

To ANA: Brandon Saad


To PIT: Matt Irwin, 2020 NSH 2nd, 2020 NSH 3rd

To NSH: Vili Saarijarvi, Antti Suomela, Tim Heed


To COL: Nikita Zadorov (50% Retained), Mirco Mueller 

To BUF: 2021 COL 1st *, 2020 COL 5th, Colton Poolman

*If the 2021 COL 1st is top 5, the pick moves to 2022


To OTT: Alex Chiasson 

To COL: Sheldon Dries, Jake Kielly


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Stanley Cup Winner: San Jose Sharks (pmalina)

Stanley Cup Runner-up: Detroit Red Wings (drewismyname)

President's Trophy: San Jose Sharks (pmalina)

GM of the Year: somethingvery (New Jersey Devils)


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Stanley Cup Winner: Florida Panthers (inane)

Stanley Cup Runner-up: Vancouver Canucks (Tylez)

President's Trophy: Chicago Blackhawks (somethingvery)

GM of the Year: somethingvery (Chicago Blackhawks) & Master Mind (New York Rangers)



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Stanley Cup Winner: Columbus Blue Jackets (D-money/monty)

Stanley Cup Runner-up: Chicago Blackhawks (somethingvery)

President's Trophy: Carolina Hurricanes (JE14)

GM of the Year: Tylez (Vancouver Canucks)


Barzal Award: Yanni Gourde

Sbisa Award: Victor Hedman

Luongo Award: Pekka Rinne

Bargain Award: William Karlsson

Sedin Award: Andrei Vasilevskiy

Bonino Award: Matthew Barzal

Rome Award: Matt Niskanen


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Stanley Cup Winner: Arizona Coyotes (thejazz97)

Stanley Cup Runner-up: New York Rangers (Master Mind)

President's Trophy: Columbus Blue Jackets (D-Money)

GM of the Year: thejazz97 (Arizona Coyotes)


Barzal Award: Elias Pettersson

Sbisa Award: Mark Giordano

Luongo Award: Andrei Vasilevskiy

Bargain Award: Erik Gustafsson

Sedin Award: Leon Draisaitl

Bonino Award: Brent Burns

Rome Award: Colton Parayko



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Giroux [A] - Kuznetsov [C] - Marchessault

Granlund - Johnson - Toffoli

Brassard - Boyle - Connolly

Foegele - Ryan - Byron

Dowling, Shore


Ellis - Schmidt

Edmundson [A] - Stralman

Pelech - DeMelo








Johnston - Quine - Smith

Dea - Bishop -Brown

Pietila - Johnson - Elie

Philip, Blidh


Foote - McMichael - Kaut

Mastrosimone - O'Brien - Noel

Spiridonov - Guskov - Wedin

Hagel- Huntington - Elmer

Koppanen - Reichel - Sorensen


Jacobs - Santini

Helleson - Sellgren

Priskie - Djuse

Neill - Macleod

Constantinou - Falkovsky





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Andreas Johnsson - Mat barzal - Ondrej Kase

Pat Maroon - Tyson Jost - Ilya Kovalchuk

Anthony Beauvillier - Victor Rask - Anthony Duclair

Jujhar Khaira - Jay Beagle - Justin Abdekader

EXT: Sam Gagner, Freddie Gauthier, Stefan Noesen


Vince Dunn - Damon Severson

Zdeno Chara - Jusso Riikola

Marc Staal - Alex Petrovic

EXT: Max Lajoie


Carter Hart

Pekka Rinne





AJ Greer - Morgan Geekie - Taylor Raddysh

Evan Barratt - Josh Norris - Aleksi Heponiemi

Tyler Steenbergen - Jansen Harkins - Jonathan Ang


Max Gildon - Josh Brook

Mikey Anderson - Jeremy Lauzon


Adin Hill

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CGY Roster


Artemi Panarin - Auston Matthews - Nathan MacKinnon

Jimmy Vesey - Aleksander Barkov - JT Compher

Leo Komarov - Adam Gaudette - Jake Virtanen

Joel Armia - Cody Glass - Troy Terry

Nicolas Roy


Zach Werenski - Mattias Ekholm

John Klingberg - Aaron Ekblad

Jacob Larsson - Olli Juolevi

Urho Vaakainanen


Matt Murray

Thatcher Demko


Notable Prospects:

Rasmus Kupari

Jett Woo

Alex Newhook

Shane Bowers

Eric Comrie


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CDCPUCK Montreal Canadiens Projected Off-Season Roster


Alex Galchenyuk (C/LW) - Jonathan Toews (C) - Tomas Tatar (LW/RW)

Marcus Johansson (C/LW/RW) - Christian Fischer (C/RW) - Kyle Okposo (RW)

Michael Rasmussen (LW/RW) - Brett Howden (C) - Tobias Rieder (LW/RW)

Gabriel Bourque (LW/RW) - Karson Kuhlman (C/RW) - Nicolas Deslauriers (LW/RW)


Duncan Keith - Jeff Petry

Erik Cernak - Quinn Hughes

Jason Demers - MacKenzie Weegar

Carl Gunnarsson - Steven Kampfer


Corey Crawford 

Thomas Greiss

Alexandar Georgiev


It seems we have to improve our Forward Group but i won´t rush any things . 

Rieder is a Big ???  IRL after a brutal Year . Fischer and Okposo had also not so fine Seasons.

I just hope for bounce back Years for both players and that Rieder stays in the NHL (however) .

Howden and Rasmussen should be able to improve their scoring . Further i m hopefull that 

Kuhlman will be a Fulltime NHLér. He looked promising.  Jaret Anderson Dolan is one of the

only prospects that could make the NHL next Season. Others would be a little surprise.


The Defence looks  good though. We have a good mixture of Vets and Youngsters on the team

and with Cleasson and Lindgren we have 2 more Players in the Minors. So there is the posibility

that the Habs will move a Defender or 2 at the Beginning of the Season. Cernak and Hughes are untouchables though. 


Same with Goaltending. The Habs are still sitting at 3 Goalies. Will Crawford stay healthy ? Will Greiss be stil la 1B Goalie?

Will Georgiev play more Games next Season?


All these Questions will be answered in the next Weeks , Month and when the Season has started.

I say it again , i wont rush any Deals right now. 1st i just want to see what happens to some Players IRL. 


Laval Rockets 


Ben Street - Jaret Anderson Dolan - Matt Puempel

Ryan Lomberg - Dominic Toninato - Lucas Vejdemo

Brayden Burke - Patrick Harper - Jonas Rjondberg

Jonah Gadjovich - Tanner Kaspick - Otto Makinen


Fredrik Cleasson - Ryan Lindgren 

Nelson Nogier - Carson Soucy

Julius Bergman - Keaton Middleton

Cameron Crotty - Noel Hoefenmeyer


Zach Fucale

Atte Tolvanen


Unsigned Prospects: 


Nikita Alexandrov , Jacob Olofsson , Pavel Shen , Ryan Chyzowski , Markus Kallionkieli , Samuel Poulin , Sampo Ranta , Samuel Bolduc , Nico Gross , Martin Hugo Has , Victor Söderström , Kevin Mandolese ...  Cameron Rowe and Michael Gildon are not on my Fantrax Roster @thejazz97


Draftpicks: 2020 1st , 2020 2nd , 2020 4th , 2020 5th , 2021 1st , 2021 2nd , 2021 3rd , 2021 4th , 2021 5th ..all Habs Picks 



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Boston is da sh!t!


Timo Meir  Mika Zibanajed  Alex Radulov

Cody Eakin  Joe Pavelski A  David Perron A

Nikolaj Ehlers  William Nylander  Robbi Fabbri

Dmytro Timashov  Mark Jankowski  Nic Dowd

Cedric Paquette  Jordan Martinook  Joakim Nygaard

IR Nolan Patrick


Travis Sanheim  Alex Pietrangelo C

Noah Hanifin  Brady Skjei

Martin Fehervary Erik Johnson


Linus Ulmark  Craig Anderson


List of waiver eligible players on NHL rosters; Oliver Kylington, Adam Fox, Tristan Jarry, Isaac Lundestrom, Henrik Borgstrom, IR Juuso Valimaki


Possible call ups this year; Ben Harpur, Yegor Korshkov, Chad Krys, Lucas Carlssson, Jakub Lauko,

Stretch call ups Tarmo Reunanen, Rob O'Gara, Johan Sodergran, Bowen Byram 


Top prospects: Bowen Byram, Juuso Valimaki,  Adam Fox, Isaac Lundestrom, Oliver Kylington, Martin Fehervary, Jakub Lauko, 

Breakout candidates: Adam Fox, Henrik Borgstrom, Timo Meier, Tristan Jarry, Linus Ullmark

Rebound candidates: William Nylander, Robbi Fabbri

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Sebastian Aho - Mark Scheifele - Mark Stone

Matthew Tkachuk - Anthony Cirelli - J-G Pageau

Tyler Toffoli - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Blake Coleman

Anders Lee - Carl Soderberg - Blake Comeau

Zac Rinaldo, Carter Rowney


Rasmus Dahlin - Charlie McAvoy

Cale Makar - Juuso Valimaki

Connor Carrick - Anthony Bitetto

Mark Barberio


Braden Holtby

Jaroslav Halak



small.png Blake Pietila, F

small.png Carter Rowney, F

small.png Carl Soderberg, F

small.png Jaroslav Halak, G

small.png Charlie McAvoy, D

small.png Rasmus Dahlin, D

small.png Zac Rinaldo, F

small.png Matthew Tkachuk, F

small.png Juuso Valimaki, D

small.png Artyom Zagidulin, G

small.png Sebastian Aho, F

small.png Andrei Altybarmakyan, F

small.png Matthew From, F

small.png Zack Smith, F

small.png Mark Barberio, D

small.png Cale Makar, D

small.png Danila Zhuravlyov, D

small.png Blake Comeau, F

small.png Julius Honka, D

small.png Albin Grewe, F

small.png Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, F

small.png Michael Eyssimont, F

small.png Marc del Gaizo, D

small.png Tomas Vomacka, G

small.png Connor Carrick, D

small.png Nikita Popugaev, F

small.png Anders Lee, F

small.png Jean-Gabriel Pageau, F

small.png Patrick Newell, F

small.png Thomas Di Pauli, F

small.png Adam Johnson, F

small.png Jasper Weatherby, F

small.png Niko Mikkola, D

small.png Anthony Cirelli, F

small.png Blake Coleman, F

small.png Mikhail Shalagin, F

small.png Michael DiPietro, G

small.png Lukas Jasek, F

small.png Tyler Toffoli, F

small.png Mark Stone, F

small.png Braden Holtby, G

small.png Anthony Bitetto, D

small.png Mark Scheifele, F

small.png Einar Emanuelsson, F

small.png Juuso Ketola, D

small.png Carl Wassenius, F


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3 hours ago, thejazz97 said:

To anyone who's wondering, including @Bombastik der Teutone, I haven't seen some of the drafted players added to the system yet - they'll be added to rosters once they're in the Fantrax system.

Oh okay. I was wondering when I was getting Jack Hughes. Thnks :P

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