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Montreal Canadiens signed Jordan Weal (2 Years / $1,400,000 AAV)

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Apr 26 at 2:15
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Jordan Weal has signed a new contract with the Montreal Canadiens.
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LENGTH: 2 YEARS
EXPIRY STATUS: UFA
SIGNING TEAM: Montreal CanadiensMontreal Canadiens
VALUE: $2,800,000
C.H.% : 1.76
SIGNING DATE: April 26, 2019
SEASONCLAUSECAP HIT AAV P. BONUSES S. BONUSES BASE SALARY TOTAL SALARY MINORS SALARY
2019-20$1,400,000$1,400,000$0$0$1,300,000$1,300,000$1,300,000
2020-21$1,400,000$1,400,000$0$0$1,500,000$1,500,000$1,500,000
TOTAL$2,800,000$2,800,000$0$0$2,800,000$2,800,000$2,800,000
Apr 26 at 2:17
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AwesomeMatthews
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Wealing on out
Apr 26 at 2:20
#3
Jay27
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Very nice signing.
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Apr 26 at 2:38
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Took a pay cut to stay in Montreal. That's the kind of players you want.
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Apr 26 at 2:41
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Low risk, high reward imo
great signing
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Apr 26 at 2:43
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MountRoyal514
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He was excellent in his short time with the Habs, and this contract is very reasonable, I thought he might command more. Bizarrely he was very effective on the PP and actually gave it legs right in the last few weeks of the season after nearly a full year of embarrassment. Also a good right-handed face-off guy.
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Apr 26 at 2:46
#7
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Even as a Flyers fan who was not a big fan of Weal, this is a very good value/dollar signing for Montreal. Wish the guy all the best, except against us of course.
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Apr 26 at 3:03
#8
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Honestly, I though Weal was a very solid player for Philly his only downside was that he just couldn't put the puck in the net. Good signing for the Habs.
Apr 26 at 3:07
#9
Lets go bolts!
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Weally nice deal
Apr 26 at 3:10
#10
Habs/Pens fan
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Wow, I'm glad he's signed already. Nice to see our bottom 6 rentals doing well.
Apr 26 at 4:14
#11
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Last year CJ had to roll 3 lines because he couldn't trust the fourth line to do the job.

Now we have the players to roll 4 lines for real.

either Byron - Thompson - Armia
or

Byron- Thompson - Weal...

Nonetheless, a RHCenter is great for a team with 4 LHC? (someone other than Shaw)
Apr 26 at 4:43
#12
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Quoting: MTLaveragefan
Last year CJ had to roll 3 lines because he couldn't trust the fourth line to do the job.

Now we have the players to roll 4 lines for real.

either Byron - Thompson - Armia
or

Byron- Thompson - Weal...

Nonetheless, a RHCenter is great for a team with 4 LHC? (someone other than Shaw)


Weal - Thompson- Armia
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Apr 29 at 6:47
#13
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Quoting: MountRoyal514
He was excellent in his short time with the Habs, and this contract is very reasonable, I thought he might command more. Bizarrely he was very effective on the PP and actually gave it legs right in the last few weeks of the season after nearly a full year of embarrassment. Also a good right-handed face-off guy.


Quoting: HabsForEver
Took a pay cut to stay in Montreal. That's the kind of players you want.


Did anyone really expect him to sign for more?
He's been in the NHL for 4 years and played for 4 different teams.
If you ask me they could have probably got him for league minimum if not closer. He's a journeyman.
He did have a nice stretch for MTL, but that doesn't mean all that much. He needs to prove he can do it for a full year somewhere, which he hasn't done yet.
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Apr 29 at 8:34
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Quoting: pharrow
Did anyone really expect him to sign for more?
He's been in the NHL for 4 years and played for 4 different teams.
If you ask me they could have probably got him for league minimum if not closer. He's a journeyman.
He did have a nice stretch for MTL, but that doesn't mean all that much. He needs to prove he can do it for a full year somewhere, which he hasn't done yet.


I can almost guarantee he could've gotten more in FA. There are players who put up PPG in the AHL that got similar to a deal like this. He could've got closer to 2 million if he walked to FA. Teams who watched him play in his games in Montreal definitely saw something in him.
Apr 30 at 8:20
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Quoting: HabsForEver
I can almost guarantee he could've gotten more in FA. There are players who put up PPG in the AHL that got similar to a deal like this. He could've got closer to 2 million if he walked to FA. Teams who watched him play in his games in Montreal definitely saw something in him.


I doubt it. He hasn't proven he's worth anything. He had a 16 game stretch where he was hot. He's had that like no where else. There is no history to go off of. He's like Edmonton signing Alex Chaisson last year. League minimum.
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Apr 30 at 12:06
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Quoting: pharrow
I doubt it. He hasn't proven he's worth anything. He had a 16 game stretch where he was hot. He's had that like no where else. There is no history to go off of. He's like Edmonton signing Alex Chaisson last year. League minimum.


He signed for 1.8 Million when he put up 21 points in 69 games. It's a good contract whether you want to admit it or not. Weal and Chiasson are two different players.
Apr 30 at 4:04
#17
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Career high of 8 Goals! Career high of 21 points! And...He's 27 years old! Most 4th liners at his age are playing for league minimum and there's no guarantee he even stays in the MTL lineup next season. Why not $1.4M for one season?. His upside potential is probably 27-30 points next season while his downside is being healthy scratched.Bad signing, in my opinion.
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Apr 30 at 4:15
#18
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Quoting: Brian2016
Career high of 8 Goals! Career high of 21 points! And...He's 27 years old! Most 4th liners at his age are playing for league minimum and there's no guarantee he even stays in the MTL lineup next season. Why not $1.4M for one season?. His upside potential is probably 27-30 points next season while his downside is being healthy scratched.Bad signing, in my opinion.


Watch him play a game and your opinion might change
 
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