Forums/Armchair-GM

Different scenarios

Created by: Yesyesyes2020
Initial Creation Date: Oct 12, 2020
Published: Oct 13, 2020 at 12:31
Team: 2020-21 New York Islanders
Free Agent Signings
RFAYEARSCAP HIT
Barzal, Mathew6$8,500,000
Pulock, Ryan5$5,500,000
Greer, AJ2$800,000
Ho-Sang, Joshua2$800,000
Vande Sompel, Mitch2$800,000
Wotherspoon, Parker2$800,000
UFAYEARSCAP HIT
Greene, Andy1$800,000
Martin, Matt1$1,500,000
Schneider, Cory1$700,000
Duclair, Anthony3$3,500,000
Trades
NYI
    Future considerations
    DET
    1. Boychuk, Johnny
    2. 2021 2nd round pick (COL)
    3. 2022 2nd round pick (NYI)
    NYI
      NJD
      1. Ladd, Andrew
      2. Bellows, Kieffer
      3. Bolduc, Samuel
      4. 2021 1st round pick (NYI)
      5. 2022 2nd round pick (COL)
      NYI
        Future considerations
        OTT
        1. Komarov, Leo ($1,000,000 retained)
        2. 2022 3rd round pick (NYI)
        3. 2021 4th round pick (NYI)
        Buyouts
        • Rick DiPietro: $0
        Retained Salary Transactions
        • Leo Komarov: $1,000,000 (33.33%)
        Buried
        • Thomas Hickey: $1,425,000 ($2,500,000)
        DRAFT YEARROUND 1ROUND 2ROUND 3ROUND 4ROUND 5ROUND 6ROUND 7
        2021
        NYI
        NYI
        NYI
        NYI
        2022
        NYI
        NYI
        NYI
        NYI
        NYI
        2023
        NYI
        NYI
        NYI
        NYI
        NYI
        NYI
        NYI
        ROSTER SIZESALARY CAPCAP HITOVERAGES BONUSESCAP SPACE
        23$81,500,000$79,438,334$0$3,075,000$2,061,666
        Left WingCenterRight Wing
        NYI
        Lee, Anders
        $7,000,000
        LW, C
        NTC
        UFA - 6
        NYI
        Barzal, Mathew
        $8,500,000
        C
        RFA - 3
        NYI
        Eberle, Jordan
        $5,500,000
        RW
        NTC
        UFA - 4
        NYI
        Beauvillier, Anthony
        $2,100,000
        LW
        RFA - 1
        NYI
        Nelson, Brock
        $6,000,000
        C, LW
        NTC
        UFA - 5
        NYI
        Bailey, Josh
        $5,000,000
        RW, LW
        UFA - 4
        Duclair, Anthony
        $3,500,000
        LW, RW
        RFA - 1
        NYI
        Pageau, Jean-Gabriel
        $5,000,000
        C
        NTC
        UFA - 6
        NYI
        Wahlstrom, Oliver
        $894,167
        C, RW
        RFA - 3
        Martin, Matt
        $1,500,000
        LW, RW
        UFA - 4
        NYI
        Cizikas, Casey
        $3,350,000
        C
        UFA - 1
        NYI
        Clutterbuck, Cal
        $3,500,000
        RW
        UFA - 2
        NYI
        Johnston, Ross
        $1,000,000
        LW
        UFA - 2
        NYI
        Dal Colle, Michael
        $700,000
        LW
        RFA - 1
        Left DefenseRight DefenseGoaltender
        NYI
        Pelech, Adam
        $1,600,000
        LD
        RFA - 1
        NYI
        Pulock, Ryan
        $5,500,000
        RD
        UFA - 2
        NYI
        Varlamov, Semyon
        $5,000,000
        G
        NTC
        UFA - 3
        NYI
        Leddy, Nick
        $5,500,000
        LD
        UFA - 2
        NYI
        Mayfield, Scott
        $1,450,000
        RD
        UFA - 3
        NYI
        Sorokin, Ilya
        $2,000,000
        G
        RFA - 1
        Greene, Andy
        $800,000
        LD/RD
        UFA - 1
        NYI
        Dobson, Noah
        $894,167
        RD
        RFA - 2
        NYI
        Aho, Sebastian
        $725,000
        LD
        RFA - 2

        Embed Code

        • To display this team on another website or blog, add this iFrame to the appropriate page
        • Customize the height attribute in the iFrame code below to fit your website appropriately. Minimum recommended: 400px.

        Text-Embed

        Click to Highlight
        Oct 13, 2020 at 12:45
        #1
        Joined: Jul 2017
        Posts: 664
        Likes: 168
        These Barzal signings never make sense to me. I need some perspective from NYI fans. I get that his stats are not great, but I have always thought that is a system thing. My understanding has always been that he would get 90+ on other teams that push play like Toronto or Colorado. In that case I've always thought his number for six years is 9.5+ (maybe more being that he is a C). And if it's a 3 year bridge, it's probably 7.5+.
        Oct 13, 2020 at 12:54
        #2
        Joined: Jul 2018
        Posts: 770
        Likes: 200
        It's not the trade value is off with Detroit. It's a problem of organizational fit.

        RHD: (2019 1st rounder) Seider, (2016 2nd & current 1st pair RHD) Hronek, (2017 2nd) Lindstrom, (2019 2nd) Antti Tuomisto, (2020 2nd) William Wallinder, (2020 3rd) Donovan Sebrango, or (2020 3rd) Eemil Viro. Plus the 2021 loaded defensive draft class (where the Wings will pick in the top 8 almost guaranteed).

        I don't think Boychuk would be happy as a 3rd pair/ healthy scratch on a rebuilding team.
        Oct 13, 2020 at 1:09
        #3
        You owe us picks
        Joined: Jun 2020
        Posts: 309
        Likes: 120
        Quoting: TooMalevolent
        These Barzal signings never make sense to me. I need some perspective from NYI fans. I get that his stats are not great, but I have always thought that is a system thing. My understanding has always been that he would get 90+ on other teams that push play like Toronto or Colorado. In that case I've always thought his number for six years is 9.5+ (maybe more being that he is a C). And if it's a 3 year bridge, it's probably 7.5+.


        You're correct it is a system thing, but your numbers are based on pre-pandemic times. With a flat cap nobody's throwing around that type of money. Ignore the Pietrangelo signing while pretty good short term by the time that contracts up they'll be kicking themselves in the ass paying a 37 year old 8.8 million. Nobody's going to want to take that contract off their hands and look at what they had to move just fit him under the cap. A nice team friendly bridge with Barzal is a smart move. In 3 years the cap will go up again and most of the players wasting cap space will either be gone or their NTC will be up and they can moved. Then Barzal will get the numbers you're talking about. Of course I'm just guessing I'm thinking Lou's lost his mind after trading Toews. If the rumors are true Greene better sign for league minimum otherwise the deal was pointless.
        Oct 13, 2020 at 1:21
        #4
        Joined: May 2020
        Posts: 3,159
        Likes: 2,187
        Quoting: dca919
        It's not the trade value is off with Detroit. It's a problem of organizational fit.

        RHD: (2019 1st rounder) Seider, (2016 2nd & current 1st pair RHD) Hronek, (2017 2nd) Lindstrom, (2019 2nd) Antti Tuomisto, (2020 2nd) William Wallinder, (2020 3rd) Donovan Sebrango, or (2020 3rd) Eemil Viro. Plus the 2021 loaded defensive draft class (where the Wings will pick in the top 8 almost guaranteed).

        I don't think Boychuk would be happy as a 3rd pair/ healthy scratch on a rebuilding team.

        + Troy Stetcher

        I’d ask for more if I was Yzerman, we are seeing how critical cap space is with Schmidt going for a third round pick and Toews two second rounders.
        dca919 liked this.
         
        Reply
        To create a post please Login or Register
        Question:
        Options:
        Add Option
        Remove Option
        Submit Poll