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When kuraly comes back

Created by: KennyBoi
Initial Creation Date: Mar 29, 2019
Published: Mar 29, 2019 at 8:05
Team: 2018-19 Boston Bruins
Team Explanation
if no one else gets hurt (hopefully) lookin like this gonna be the lineup in the ploffs
Buyouts
  • Dennis Seidenberg: $1,166,667
  • Jimmy Hayes: $866,667
Retained Salary Transactions
  • Matt Beleskey: $1,900,000 (50%)
  • David Backes: $1,500,000 (25%)
DRAFT YEARROUND 1ROUND 2ROUND 3ROUND 4ROUND 5ROUND 6ROUND 7
2019
BOS
BOS
NYR
BOS
NYR
2020
BOS
BOS
BOS
BOS
BOS
BOS
2021
BOS
BOS
BOS
BOS
BOS
BOS
BOS
ROSTER SIZESALARY CAPCAP HITOVERAGES BONUSESCAP SPACE
23$79,500,000$78,565,668$774,000$2,887,500$934,332
Left WingCenterRight Wing
BOS
Marchand, Brad
$6,125,000
LW
NMC
UFA - 7
BOS
Bergeron, Patrice
$6,875,000
C
NMC
UFA - 4
BOS
Johansson, Marcus
$2,750,000
C, LW, RW
NTC
UFA - 1
BOS
DeBrusk, Jake
$863,333
LW
RFA - 2
BOS
Krejci, David
$7,250,000
C
NMC
UFA - 3
BOS
Pastrnak, David
$6,666,667
RW
UFA - 5
BOS
Heinen, Danton
$872,500
LW, RW
RFA - 1
BOS
Coyle, Charlie
$3,200,000
C, RW
UFA - 2
BOS
Wagner, Chris
$1,250,000
RW, C
UFA - 2
BOS
Nordström, Joakim
$1,000,000
LW, RW
UFA - 2
BOS
Kuraly, Sean
$1,275,000
C, LW
UFA - 3
BOS
Acciari, Noel
$725,000
RW, C
UFA - 1
Left DefenseRight DefenseGoaltender
BOS
Chara, Zdeno
$5,000,000
LD
NMC
UFA - 1
BOS
McAvoy, Charlie
$916,667
RD
RFA - 1
BOS
Rask, Tuukka
$7,000,000
G
NTC
UFA - 3
BOS
Krug, Torey
$5,250,000
LD
NTC
UFA - 2
BOS
Carlo, Brandon
$789,167
RD
RFA - 1
BOS
Halák, Jaroslav
$2,750,000
G
UFA - 2
BOS
Grzelcyk, Matt
$1,400,000
LD
UFA - 2
BOS
Miller, Kevan
$2,500,000
RD
UFA - 2
ScratchesInjured Reserve (IR)Long Term IR (LTIR)
BOS
Backes, David
$4,500,000
C, RW
NMC
UFA - 3
BOS
Kampfer, Steven
$650,000
RD
UFA - 1
BOS
Moore, John
$2,750,000
LD
UFA - 5

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Mar 29, 2019 at 9:12
#1
Joined: Aug 2016
Posts: 1,202
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I will never understand our fans’ obsession with breaking up the best line in hockey. We traded for depth scoring to get rid of that problem. Johansson was acquired to be 2RW. Besides, did you see the chemistry 74-46-90 had in their first few games before 90s injury? Yeah. They’re not breaking up the first line this late in the season for no reason.

Also, put Kuraly at LW, Acciari at C, Wagner at RW, scratch Nordstrom and put backes on 3rd line.
Mar 29, 2019 at 10:43
#2
Bcarlo25
Joined: May 2018
Posts: 19,298
Likes: 6,450
Quoting: Jiannuccilli
I will never understand our fans’ obsession with breaking up the best line in hockey. We traded for depth scoring to get rid of that problem. Johansson was acquired to be 2RW. Besides, did you see the chemistry 74-46-90 had in their first few games before 90s injury? Yeah. They’re not breaking up the first line this late in the season for no reason.

Also, put Kuraly at LW, Acciari at C, Wagner at RW, scratch Nordstrom and put backes on 3rd line.


Did you see what happened against Tampa last year? A one line team get slaughtered. I agree, against Toronto, keep them together. Against Tampa I would break them up.
Mar 29, 2019 at 11:33
#3
Joined: Aug 2016
Posts: 1,202
Likes: 238
Quoting: Bcarlo25
Did you see what happened against Tampa last year? A one line team get slaughtered. I agree, against Toronto, keep them together. Against Tampa I would break them up.


Half the forwards were injured against Tampa. Not a good sample size. Besides, trading for mojo was to avoid moving pasta down.
Mar 29, 2019 at 12:04
#4
Bcarlo25
Joined: May 2018
Posts: 19,298
Likes: 6,450
Quoting: Jiannuccilli
Half the forwards were injured against Tampa. Not a good sample size. Besides, trading for mojo was to avoid moving pasta down.


Is that why Heinen was still on that line when they were all healthy. But if you happen to be best friends with Sweeney and actually know things I’d love more insight
Mar 29, 2019 at 12:24
#5
Joined: Aug 2016
Posts: 1,202
Likes: 238
Quoting: Bcarlo25
Is that why Heinen was still on that line when they were all healthy. But if you happen to be best friends with Sweeney and actually know things I’d love more insight


What? The top 6 was still 63-37-88 and 74-46-90 when all were healthy.
Mar 29, 2019 at 12:31
#6
Bcarlo25
Joined: May 2018
Posts: 19,298
Likes: 6,450
Quoting: Jiannuccilli
What? The top 6 was still 63-37-88 and 74-46-90 when all were healthy.


Negative
Mar 29, 2019 at 2:58
#7
Joined: Aug 2016
Posts: 1,202
Likes: 238
Quoting: Bcarlo25
Negative


Well that’s what it was for the first 2 games with Mojo at least
Mar 29, 2019 at 6:25
#8
Thread Starter
Joined: Jan 2019
Posts: 863
Likes: 236
Quoting: Jiannuccilli
I will never understand our fans’ obsession with breaking up the best line in hockey. We traded for depth scoring to get rid of that problem. Johansson was acquired to be 2RW. Besides, did you see the chemistry 74-46-90 had in their first few games before 90s injury? Yeah. They’re not breaking up the first line this late in the season for no reason.

Also, put Kuraly at LW, Acciari at C, Wagner at RW, scratch Nordstrom and put backes on 3rd line.


Did u see the chem with 74-46-88 last game? Plus the best line in hockey gets back together on the pp anyway. This top6 move is to just spread out the depth scoring. Pretty much anyone can play with marchy and bergy but mojo is more skilled than heinen. Plus i really like the chem i saw from the 43-13-14. coyle and wags have that childhood magic. thats y i think the 4th should stay like what i have above.
 
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