Popular Post NucknAsia Posted June 6, 2022 Popular Post Share Posted June 6, 2022 (edited) Since we've got so many different threads going about moving Miller, Boeser, Garland, our draft pick etc, I thought it would be fun to see everyone put together a 2022/23 Roster with as many moves as you like, but that are at least somewhat reasonable. I know that I have made ALOT of moves below, and my team as below is extremely unlikely as teams seldom have this much turnover in their roster in one season, so before I take flak for that, I am aware, and its more of a wish list that I think is at least "plausible" ie I'm not trading Miller for Jack Hughes, his brother and 2 firsts. Again, I think all my moves individually 'could' be within reason (I am sure some will argue not, but I've 'tried' to be realistic in trades and signings). In the end, I think our team is bigger, faster, younger, and better positioned to grow together to win. And we are within the cap and have more picks. And we solve all of our issues in one offseason. I will summarize my moves then show the roster: 1. JT Miller and our 2023 4th rounder (NYR pick originally) to Boston for Carlo, Debrusk, and their 2023 1st - Assumes Miller agrees to an extension in Boston 2. Jason Dickenson to Ottawa for a 2023 7th round pick 3. Tyler Myers to Seattle for Seattle's 2022 2nd Round Pick (originally Nashville's, so a late 2nd) 4. Connor Garland and Nils Hoglander to Pittsburgh for Marino, Kapanen (re-signed at 3.5 mil) and a 2023 2nd round pick 5. Tanner Pearson to Anaheim for a 2023 3rd round pick 6. Tucker Poolman to Montreal for a 2022 5th round pick (Maybe its a six or 7 but whatever). Again, this is ALOT of moves which makes it harder as there are multiple trades occurring and some clearly before the draft. Maybe that doesn't work and the 2022 picks are 2023 but all before training camp. Signings - Also alot to backfill and sign our RFA's Lammiko Rathbone Lockwood Boeser Kapanen UFA's Nick Paul - 5 years at 3.55 mil (yes he had a good year but only one, he gets security to entice him) Nick Delauriers 3 years at 2.35 (maybe a slight overpayment but we need what he brings) Mikheyev, Ilya 4 years at 3.55 (similar to Nick Paul. He's not a second liner so he won't get much more, term will matter) Valeri Nikushkin 5 years at 5 mil (breakout year, 20-25 pt player prior, playing in Colorado has impacted his points. We may end up regretting this and be an overpayment but he also brings something we could need, and I am betting he's a late bloomer. Issues solved RD - Carlo and Marino in, Myers out 3rd Line - Paul, Mikhayev, Kapanen in - heck of a fast, big talented 3rd line 4th added grit in Delaurier, and a guy to protect our boys and take some heat off Schenn 2 mil in cap space remaining and multiple picks added Size, speed, RD issues solved FORWARDS (12) Valeri Nichushkin ($5,000,000) Elias Pettersson ($7,350,000) Vasily Podkolzin ($925,000) Jake DeBrusk ($4,000,000) Bo Horvat ($5,500,000) Brock Boeser ($6,150,000) Ilya Mikheyev ($3,550,000) Nicholas Paul ($3,550,000) Kasperi Kapanen ($3,550,000) Nicolas Deslauriers ($2,350,000) Juho Lammikko ($1,250,000) William Lockwood ($1,000,000) DEFENSE (6) Oliver Ekman-Larsson ($7,260,000) John Marino ($4,400,000) Quinn Hughes ($7,850,000) Brandon Carlo ($4,100,000) Travis Dermott ($1,500,000) Luke Schenn ($850,000) GOALTENDER (2) Thatcher Demko ($5,000,000) - Spencer Martin ($762,500) BUYOUTS (2) Braden Holtby ($1,900,000) - Jake Virtanen ($500,000) Roster Size: 20Salary Cap: $82,500,000 Bonus Overages: $1,250,000Cap Hit: $80,310,000 Cap Space: $2,190,000 Edited June 6, 2022 by NucknAsia 2 1 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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