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San Jose Sharks signed Timur Ibragimov (3 Years / $820,000 AAV)

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May 11 at 1:15
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Timur Ibragimov has signed a new contract with the San Jose Sharks.
ENTRY-LEVEL CONTRACT
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LENGTH: 3 YEARS
EXPIRY STATUS: RFA
SIGNING TEAM: San Jose SharksSan Jose Sharks
VALUE: $2,460,000
C.H.% : 1.00
SIGNING DATE: May 11, 2020
SOURCE: CapFriendly
SEASONCLAUSECAP HIT AAV P. BONUSES S. BONUSES BASE SALARY TOTAL SALARY MINORS SALARY
2020-21$813,333$820,000$20,000$80,000$700,000$780,000$70,000
2021-22$813,333$820,000$0$80,000$750,000$830,000$70,000
2022-23$813,333$820,000$0$80,000$750,000$830,000$70,000
TOTAL$2,439,999$2,460,000$20,000$240,000$2,200,000$2,440,000$210,000
This contract includes a European Assignment Clause
May 11 at 1:29
#2
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It looks like the Sharks forgot that only 12 forwards can play in Barracuda, not 20...
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May 11 at 1:29
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Go Jets Go
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Quoting: KubaH
It looks like the Sharks forgot that only 12 forward can play in Barracuda, not 20...


My exact thoughts too lol
May 11 at 1:45
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Quoting: KubaH
It looks like the Sharks forgot that only 12 forwards can play in Barracuda, not 20...


Quoting: Rooney
My exact thoughts too lol


AHL teams goe through more forwards than NHL teams due to development. You can easily have 20 guys play 30+ games.
What happens is guys that clearly aren't there get sent to the EHL after a short try and stint of like 10 games.
Just look at http://www.wbspenguins.com/player-stats/
They had like 23 or so forwards play. That's common for AHL teams. Guys get moved, some get bumped to to injury, younger guys get limited ice time while they work on building strength.
They are turning into true development teams not, not simply AHL teams. The rosters are getting much younger etc..
So I wouldn't worry about it.
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May 11 at 4:05
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AwesomeMatthews
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2020-2021 San Jose Sharks will just be the Russian National Team in Sharks uniforms.
May 11 at 8:57
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Quoting: AwesomeMatthews
2020-2021 San Jose Sharks will just be the Russian National Team in Sharks uniforms.


We can have our own russian five
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May 12 at 10:42
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Praise Be
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Quoting: papishark
We can have our own russian five


Potentially we could have a Russian Five in the Barracuda and in the NHL simultaneously. Chekhovich, Chmelevski (half Ukrainian) Spiridonov,Kniazev, Knyzhov, Ibragimov, Melnichuk, Kotkov, Yurtaykin, Ivanyuzhenkov and Letunov.
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May 13 at 1:58
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Praise Be
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Quoting: pharrow
AHL teams goe through more forwards than NHL teams due to development. You can easily have 20 guys play 30+ games.
What happens is guys that clearly aren't there get sent to the EHL after a short try and stint of like 10 games.
Just look at http://www.wbspenguins.com/player-stats/
They had like 23 or so forwards play. That's common for AHL teams. Guys get moved, some get bumped to to injury, younger guys get limited ice time while they work on building strength.
They are turning into true development teams not, not simply AHL teams. The rosters are getting much younger etc..
So I wouldn't worry about it.


Not to mention guys like Chmelevski, Blichfeld, Knyzhov and Bergmann will be up and down to the nhl since the AHL affiliate is in the same building. Someone has to take those spots.
 
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