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Toronto Maple Leafs signed Yegor Korshkov (2 Years / $925,000 AAV)

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May 1 at 9:40
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Yegor Korshkov has signed a new contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
ENTRY-LEVEL CONTRACT
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LENGTH: 2 YEARS
EXPIRY STATUS: RFA
SIGNING TEAM: Toronto Maple LeafsToronto Maple Leafs
VALUE: $1,850,000
C.H.% : 1.16
SIGNING DATE: May 1, 2019
SOURCE: @CapFriendly
SEASONCLAUSECAP HIT AAV P. BONUSES S. BONUSES BASE SALARY TOTAL SALARY MINORS SALARY
2019-20$925,000$925,000$0$92,500$832,500$925,000$70,000
2020-21$925,000$925,000$0$92,500$832,500$925,000$70,000
TOTAL$1,850,000$1,850,000$0$185,000$1,665,000$1,850,000$140,000
This contract includes a European Assignment Clause
May 1 at 11:59
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AwesomeMatthews
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Its about ****ing time
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May 1 at 1:50
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Club de Hockey 1909
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He's a bust
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May 1 at 2:11
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What a terrible pick at #31
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May 1 at 2:56
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Is he a grinder or supposed to be offensively skilled? According to his KHL stats, I'm guessing grinder?
May 1 at 5:00
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Quoting: DirtyDangles
Is he a grinder or supposed to be offensively skilled? According to his KHL stats, I'm guessing grinder?


Yeah at #31 this looks... weak to say the least. Hope to the high heavens that he works well with Babcock's system and actually develops (or just becomes an AHL plugger)
May 1 at 8:54
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get off my lawn...
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Quoting: Club_de_Hockey_le_Canadien
He's a bust


?????
May 1 at 8:57
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get off my lawn...
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Quoting: DirtyDangles
Is he a grinder or supposed to be offensively skilled? According to his KHL stats, I'm guessing grinder?


I think he was chosen as a type of power forward... could be the next gauthier. Why we chiselers him over a Dman I don’t know. I know our scouts were very high on him.

He is big fast and can use his hands. Maybe the best comparison would be greenway. We will see what he has in the AHL next season.
May 2 at 2:00
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Quoting: HabsForEver
What a terrible pick at #31


Do you want me to list your last 10 first round picks?

This guys not even a 1st ....
May 2 at 11:06
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Quoting: drewjenks
Do you want me to list your last 10 first round picks?

This guys not even a 1st ....


Go for it. You shouldn't expect Elite NHL players when you draft 20-30 every year.
May 3 at 9:07
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Quoting: HabsForEver
Go for it. You shouldn't expect Elite NHL players when you draft 20-30 every year.


Agree.

So why dump on the Leafs 31st ?
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May 3 at 9:27
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Quoting: MoreOfAnIslesGuy
Yeah at #31 this looks... weak to say the least. Hope to the high heavens that he works well with Babcock's system and actually develops (or just becomes an AHL plugger)


I hope you're wrong. Korshov, and the Leafs would be better not working in Babcock's system.smile Rather see Korshov working in the NHL under Keefe's system.
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May 3 at 9:29
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LongtimeLeafsufferer
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Quoting: HabsForEver
What a terrible pick at #31


So, the rebuilding Habs traded two second rounders for Shaw.
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May 3 at 7:57
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Quoting: drewjenks
Agree.

So why dump on the Leafs 31st ?


You should still expect that player to become a full time NHL player. This guy will be lucky to be a good AHLer
May 3 at 7:58
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Quoting: palhal
So, the rebuilding Habs traded two second rounders for Shaw.


Yep. Took a chance. I think it worked well for both teams.
May 4 at 4:30
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Quoting: palhal
I hope you're wrong. Korshov, and the Leafs would be better not working in Babcock's system.smile Rather see Korshov working in the NHL under Keefe's system.


I'd love to see Keefe finally replace Babs, I think he's a guy that would gel so much better with the current Leafs core.
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May 4 at 11:19
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Quoting: HabsForEver
You should still expect that player to become a full time NHL player. This guy will be lucky to be a good AHLer


2014 / 26th = Nikita Scherbak (lost to waivers)
2013 / 25th = Michael McCarron (career AHL player)
2013 / 34th = Jacob De La Rose (lost to waivers)
2013 / 36th = Zachary Fucale (never came close)
2012 / 33rd = Sebastian Collberg (never came close)
2011 / 17th = Nathan Beaulieu (traded for a 3rd)
2010 / 22nd = Jarred Tinordi (career AHL player)
2009 / 18th = Louis Leblanc (never came close)

Yet none of this stops you from peeking you head in to say the Leafs 31st pick in 2016 is terrible.

Maybe one day your 2015 pick Juulsen (26th) will be half as good as the Leafs pick Dermott (34th).

LMAO I'm embarrassed for you.
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May 4 at 11:44
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Korshkov will be Hyman type of guy in third line is my prediction.
May 4 at 11:51
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LongtimeLeafsufferer
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Quoting: HabsForEver
You should still expect that player to become a full time NHL player. This guy will be lucky to be a good AHLer


Habs seems to have cornered the market on good AHL players....Weise at 2.3m, Alzner at 4.6m
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May 5 at 12:06
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Quoting: drewjenks
2014 / 26th = Nikita Scherbak (lost to waivers)
2013 / 25th = Michael McCarron (career AHL player)
2013 / 34th = Jacob De La Rose (lost to waivers)
2013 / 36th = Zachary Fucale (never came close)
2012 / 33rd = Sebastian Collberg (never came close)
2011 / 17th = Nathan Beaulieu (traded for a 3rd)
2010 / 22nd = Jarred Tinordi (career AHL player)
2009 / 18th = Louis Leblanc (never came close)

Yet none of this stops you from peeking you head in to say the Leafs 31st pick in 2016 is terrible.

Maybe one day your 2015 pick Juulsen (26th) will be half as good as the Leafs pick Dermott (34th).

LMAO I'm embarrassed for you.


I would like to point out TML hasnt been really pearls in drafting from 2005-2014 also with two exceptions. Luckily we got back on track with 2015. Check facts here : https://www.capfriendly.com/armchair-gm/edit/848338
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May 5 at 12:23
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Quoting: Laudan
I would like to point out TML hasnt been really pearls in drafting from 2005-2014 also with two exceptions. Luckily we got back on track with 2015. Check facts here : https://www.capfriendly.com/armchair-gm/edit/848338


The comment wasn't supposed to be a comparison to Toronto's success.

It was more along the lines of ... "A Montreal fan is in no position to show up at other people's houses and throw stones"
May 5 at 11:07
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Quoting: drewjenks
2014 / 26th = Nikita Scherbak (lost to waivers)
2013 / 25th = Michael McCarron (career AHL player)
2013 / 34th = Jacob De La Rose (lost to waivers)
2013 / 36th = Zachary Fucale (never came close)
2012 / 33rd = Sebastian Collberg (never came close)
2011 / 17th = Nathan Beaulieu (traded for a 3rd)
2010 / 22nd = Jarred Tinordi (career AHL player)
2009 / 18th = Louis Leblanc (never came close)

Yet none of this stops you from peeking you head in to say the Leafs 31st pick in 2016 is terrible.

Maybe one day your 2015 pick Juulsen (26th) will be half as good as the Leafs pick Dermott (34th).

LMAO I'm embarrassed for you.


De La Rose (4th line NHL Center). Good defensive Center.
McCarron (So far AHL player) was dubbed a project from the start. He was drafted from a need, not BPA. I still believe he has NHL position
Scherbak (still has all of the potential in the world. Lazy AF. Bad Pick)

You're right. Montreal hasn't been good at drafting from 2009-2014. If only it was still 2014
May 5 at 11:09
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Quoting: drewjenks
2014 / 26th = Nikita Scherbak (lost to waivers)
2013 / 25th = Michael McCarron (career AHL player)
2013 / 34th = Jacob De La Rose (lost to waivers)
2013 / 36th = Zachary Fucale (never came close)
2012 / 33rd = Sebastian Collberg (never came close)
2011 / 17th = Nathan Beaulieu (traded for a 3rd)
2010 / 22nd = Jarred Tinordi (career AHL player)
2009 / 18th = Louis Leblanc (never came close)

Yet none of this stops you from peeking you head in to say the Leafs 31st pick in 2016 is terrible.

Maybe one day your 2015 pick Juulsen (26th) will be half as good as the Leafs pick Dermott (34th).

LMAO I'm embarrassed for you.


Juulsen is already better than Dermott. Imagine being a stanley cup favorite in a must win year only to go out in the 1st round. Even if Montreal doesn't draft good, atleast they proved they can win when it counts.
May 5 at 11:10
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Quoting: drewjenks
The comment wasn't supposed to be a comparison to Toronto's success.

It was more along the lines of ... "A Montreal fan is in no position to show up at other people's houses and throw stones"


Yeah I can. This was a 2016 draft pick. What player drafted this early from 2016-2019 by Montreal has looked this bad?
May 6 at 8:04
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Quoting: HabsForEver
Yeah I can. This was a 2016 draft pick. What player drafted this early from 2016-2019 by Montreal has looked this bad?


When you narrow down any teams drafting to the exact subset you want ... they'll all look good.

But you still don't have many 2016 - 2018 draft picks that have been successful in the NHL do you? (besides your 3rd overall pick - who did not look as good as Tkachuk this year).

It's going to be hard to make up for your last decade of drafting.
 
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