Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...
Sign in to follow this  
FrostyWinnipeg

Around The NHL 2019/2020

Recommended Posts

17 minutes ago, JCon said:

Can he clear waivers without getting hurt is the question...

Can he clear waivers without the Jets picking him up :P

Not see much difference between them and Sharks. Not sure coach firing change things.

 

Edited by FrostyWinnipeg

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/nhls-top-20-ufas-2020-latest-rumours-reports/

2. Alex Pietrangelo, D, St. Louis Blues
Age: 29
2019-20 cap hit: $6.5 million
One season after leading the Blues to the Stanley Cup, Pietrangelo is putting up career-high numbers (13 goals and 44 points through 56 games – already better than last season’s totals) and is a huge reason why they’re a strong contender to run it back. With early-season reports indicating Pietrangelo would be in line for a deal around the $8 million/year mark, how much is he worth now?

4. Torey Krug, D, Boston Bruins
Age: 28
2019-20 cap hit: $5.25 million
He’s one of the league’s best offensive defencemen with plenty of sandpaper in his game. In other words, should Krug hit the open market, there would be a mile-long lineup of GMs vying for his services. Krug told ESPN’s Emily Kaplan back in September that he’d be “interested in” taking less money to remain in Boston.

The Bruins could find themselves in a tough spot with expansion draft considerations among skaters – especially considering they locked up forward Charlie Coyle earlier this season.

5. Tyson Barrie, D, Toronto Maple Leafs
Age: 28
2019-20 cap hit: $5.5 million (this AAV is split between Colorado and Toronto)
His time in Toronto got off to a rocky start, but Barrie’s been looking much more like the offensive-minded defencemen the Maple Leafs thought they were getting since Sheldon Keefe took over. Toronto has a long list of questions on the blue line, and Barrie’s one of them.

8. Jake Muzzin, D, Toronto Maple Leafs
Age: 30
2019-20 cap hit: $4 million
Muzzin had been excellent on the Maple Leafs’ blue line before a broken foot sidelined him for a month. Now he’s back, and he’s got an old friend in the lineup, too, after the Maple Leafs traded for Kings forward Kyle Clifford.

15. Travis Hamonic, D, Calgary Flames
Age: 29
2019-20 cap hit: $3.857 million
Though injured now, the stay-at-home d-man looks like a safe bet to stay in Calgary long-term.

16. T.J. Brodie, D, Calgary Flames
Age: 29
2019-20 cap hit: $4.65 million
Brodie’s name has been in trade rumours before, but injuries to fellow blue liners Travis Hamonic and Mark Giordano make him in pretty indispensable as far as deadline deals go.

 

Edited by FrostyWinnipeg

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
On 2020-02-14 at 3:13 PM, FrostyWinnipeg said:

https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/nhls-top-20-ufas-2020-latest-rumours-reports/

2. Alex Pietrangelo, D, St. Louis Blues
Age: 29
2019-20 cap hit: $6.5 million
One season after leading the Blues to the Stanley Cup, Pietrangelo is putting up career-high numbers (13 goals and 44 points through 56 games – already better than last season’s totals) and is a huge reason why they’re a strong contender to run it back. With early-season reports indicating Pietrangelo would be in line for a deal around the $8 million/year mark, how much is he worth now?

4. Torey Krug, D, Boston Bruins
Age: 28
2019-20 cap hit: $5.25 million
He’s one of the league’s best offensive defencemen with plenty of sandpaper in his game. In other words, should Krug hit the open market, there would be a mile-long lineup of GMs vying for his services. Krug told ESPN’s Emily Kaplan back in September that he’d be “interested in” taking less money to remain in Boston.

The Bruins could find themselves in a tough spot with expansion draft considerations among skaters – especially considering they locked up forward Charlie Coyle earlier this season.

5. Tyson Barrie, D, Toronto Maple Leafs
Age: 28
2019-20 cap hit: $5.5 million (this AAV is split between Colorado and Toronto)
His time in Toronto got off to a rocky start, but Barrie’s been looking much more like the offensive-minded defencemen the Maple Leafs thought they were getting since Sheldon Keefe took over. Toronto has a long list of questions on the blue line, and Barrie’s one of them.

8. Jake Muzzin, D, Toronto Maple Leafs
Age: 30
2019-20 cap hit: $4 million
Muzzin had been excellent on the Maple Leafs’ blue line before a broken foot sidelined him for a month. Now he’s back, and he’s got an old friend in the lineup, too, after the Maple Leafs traded for Kings forward Kyle Clifford.

15. Travis Hamonic, D, Calgary Flames
Age: 29
2019-20 cap hit: $3.857 million
Though injured now, the stay-at-home d-man looks like a safe bet to stay in Calgary long-term.

16. T.J. Brodie, D, Calgary Flames
Age: 29
2019-20 cap hit: $4.65 million
Brodie’s name has been in trade rumours before, but injuries to fellow blue liners Travis Hamonic and Mark Giordano make him in pretty indispensable as far as deadline deals go.

 

So the feeling is hamonic stays in Calgary.  
 

St. Louis won’t trade him to the jets but should we take a run at pietrangelo in the offseason?  Offer him buff’s money?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
7 minutes ago, The Unknown Poster said:

So the feeling is hamonic stays in Calgary.  
 

St. Louis won’t trade him to the jets but should we take a run at pietrangelo in the offseason?  Offer him buff’s money?

I think his ask starts at 10M, way way to rich for the Jets

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
50 minutes ago, The Unknown Poster said:

So the feeling is hamonic stays in Calgary.  
 

St. Louis won’t trade him to the jets but should we take a run at pietrangelo in the offseason?  Offer him buff’s money?

Calgary D is like Winnipeg last spring, decimated due to injury so I doubt they trade any of their UFA D and they'll pay for it just like Chevy.

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
3 minutes ago, FrostyWinnipeg said:

One of the best in league? Why not 10m?

But GMs are going to look at Karlsson and say, too risky! I think he gets a 6 year, $9M deal.  

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1 minute ago, FrostyWinnipeg said:

Don't think Hamonic will get that much even.

Five posts ago you said he was one of the best in the league and worth $10 million... ha

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Kane is right but not right too.  He thinks his argument is other elbows don’t get suspended so his shouldnt when they real argument is his deserved to get suspended so others should.  
 

He deserves it.  And he seems to be implying that he saw what others get away with so chose to play that way.  Which makes him a real piece of crap. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Sign in to follow this  

×
×
  • Create New...