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Barkov

Created by: truculence67
Initial Creation Date: Feb 13, 2021
Published: Feb 13 at 12:46
Team: 2021-22 New York Rangers
Free Agent Signings
RESERVE LISTYEARSCAP HIT
Lundkvist, Nils3$925,000
Schneider, Braden3$925,000
Kjellberg, Simon3$825,000
Pajuniemi, Lauri3$825,000
RFAYEARSCAP HIT
Buchnevich, Pavel4$4,250,000
Shesterkin, Igor3$3,250,000
Lindgren, Ryan3$2,750,000
Chytil, Filip2$2,750,000
Gauthier, Julien1$900,000
Hájek, Libor1$800,000
Huska, Adam1$750,000
Rykov, Yegor1$750,000
Ronning, Ty1$750,000
Raddysh, Darren1$750,000
UFAYEARSCAP HIT
Paquette, Cédric1$1,650,000
Di Giuseppe, Phillip1$750,000
CREATEDYEARSCAP HIT
Raty, Aatu3$925,000
Trades
NYR
    Goligoski or demers
    ARI
    1. Deangelo, Anthony
    Additional Details:
    2021 trade
    NYR
    1. Graves, Ryan
    Additional Details:
    Pre-expansion draft trade
    COL
    1. Barron, Morgan
    2. Rykov, Yegor
    3. 2021 3rd round pick (BUF)
    4. 2022 4th round pick (NYR)
    NYR
      ARI
      1. Strome, Ryan
      Additional Details:
      Seattle
      NYR
      1. Barkov, Aleksander
      Additional Details:
      Barkov signs a 9.5x8 extension
      FLA
      1. Lafrenière, Alexis
      2. Howden, Brett [RFA Rights]
      3. Jones, Zachary [Reserve List]
      NYR
      1. Palat, Ondrej
      TBL
      1. 2022 2nd round pick (NYR)
      Buyouts
      • Henrik Lundqvist: $1,500,000
      • Kevin Shattenkirk: $1,433,333
      • Dan Girardi: $1,111,111
      • Brad Richards: $0
      DRAFT YEARROUND 1ROUND 2ROUND 3ROUND 4ROUND 5ROUND 6ROUND 7
      2021
      NYR
      NYR
      NYR
      OTT
      NYR
      NYR
      NYR
      2022
      NYR
      NYR
      NYR
      NYR
      NYR
      2023
      NYR
      NYR
      NYR
      NYR
      NYR
      NYR
      NYR
      ROSTER SIZESALARY CAPCAP HITOVERAGES BONUSESCAP SPACE
      23$81,500,000$76,403,968$0$4,700,000$5,096,032
      Left WingCenterRight Wing
      NYR
      Panarin, Artemi
      $11,642,857
      LW
      NMC
      UFA - 5
      FLA
      Barkov, Aleksander
      $5,900,000
      C
      NTC
      UFA - 1
      NYR
      Kakko, Kaapo
      $925,000
      RW
      RFA - 1
      NYR
      Kreider, Chris
      $6,500,000
      LW
      NMC
      UFA - 6
      NYR
      Zibanejad, Mika
      $5,350,000
      C
      NMC
      UFA - 1
      NYR
      Buchnevich, Pavel
      $4,250,000
      RW, LW
      RFA
      TBL
      Palat, Ondrej
      $5,300,000
      RW, LW
      NTC
      UFA - 1
      NYR
      Chytil, Filip
      $2,750,000
      C, LW
      RFA
      NYR
      Kravtsov, Vitali
      $925,000
      RW
      RFA - 1
      NYR
      Lemieux, Brendan
      $1,550,000
      LW, RW
      RFA - 1
      Paquette, Cédric
      $1,650,000
      C, LW
      UFA
      NYR
      Gauthier, Julien
      $900,000
      RW
      RFA
      Left DefenseRight DefenseGoaltender
      COL
      Graves, Ryan
      $3,166,667
      LD
      UFA - 2
      NYR
      Trouba, Jacob
      $8,000,000
      RD
      NMC
      UFA - 5
      NYR
      Shesterkin, Igor
      $3,250,000
      G
      RFA
      NYR
      Miller, K'Andre
      $925,000
      LD
      RFA - 2
      NYR
      Fox, Adam
      $925,000
      RD
      RFA - 1
      NYR
      Georgiev, Alexandar
      $2,425,000
      G
      RFA - 1
      NYR
      Lindgren, Ryan
      $2,750,000
      LD
      RFA
      NYR
      Lundkvist, Nils
      $925,000
      RD
      RFA
      ScratchesInjured Reserve (IR)Long Term IR (LTIR)
      NYR
      Pajuniemi, Lauri
      $825,000
      RW
      RFA
      NYR
      Blackwell, Colin
      $725,000
      C, RW
      UFA - 1
      NYR
      Hájek, Libor
      $800,000
      LD
      RFA

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      Feb 13 at 12:55
      #1
      stop weegar trades
      Joined: Oct 2020
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      This ain't it, chief
      Lafreniere is great and all, but he is nowhere near Barkov's level. We need picks, more prospects, and a halfway decent center to convince us to give up Barkov
      Feb 13 at 1:01
      #2
      Go Wings Go
      Joined: Jun 2016
      Posts: 28,999
      Likes: 6,704
      Barkov isn't waiving for the Rangers, And oh FYI Barkov is getting a hell of a lot more then $9.5 million for 8 years he'll get at least $10.5 million to $11 million per for 7 or 8 years.
      Feb 13 at 1:07
      #3
      Schenn is the GOAT
      Joined: Sep 2019
      Posts: 313
      Likes: 93
      Teams could've gotten deangelo for free, they aren't gonna give you someone whos's contract expires this year for someone that no one claimed for free
      palhal liked this.
      Feb 13 at 1:20
      #4
      In need of a laugh
      Joined: Oct 2017
      Posts: 18,240
      Likes: 9,505
      Barkov > Laffy and some scrubs.
      Feb 13 at 1:24
      #5
      Joined: Apr 2020
      Posts: 6,931
      Likes: 3,032
      I could certainly see Colorado being interested in Morgan Barron, seeing as the Avs have drafted his best friend Matthew Stienburg as well as his brother Justin Barron. Avs seem to have a little thing going on with players from that region, along with Newhook, Mackinnon, and Bowers.

      That said, I think Colorado would rather get one good piece back for Graves, like a high 2nd, or 2nd + 3rd, rather than diluting the return by having so many pieces. Rykov also isn't really of much interest as he's not waiver exempt anymore and isn't really NHL caliber. How about NYR 2021 2nd + Barron + 4th for Graves?
      truculence67 and TJTwolf liked this.
      Feb 13 at 1:25
      #6
      LongtimeLeafsufferer
      Joined: Jul 2015
      Posts: 36,197
      Likes: 10,249
      The Panthers aren't doing the trade this season....they want Barkov now. In the summer, if they feel they can't resign him, it might be different. And even at that....most signed extensions to other teams don't happen.
      Feb 13 at 1:31
      #7
      Bcarlo25
      Joined: May 2018
      Posts: 19,261
      Likes: 6,437
      If the panthers know they can’t extend barkov, this will be the highest potential asset they get. I think they would want a pick too, but this is a good offer in that scenario.
      Feb 13 at 1:40
      #8
      Joined: Aug 2020
      Posts: 707
      Likes: 259
      Quoting: Richard88
      I could certainly see Colorado being interested in Morgan Barron, seeing as the Avs have drafted his best friend Matthew Stienburg as well as his brother Justin Barron. Avs seem to have a little thing going on with players from that region, along with Newhook, Mackinnon, and Bowers.

      That said, I think Colorado would rather get one good piece back for Graves, like a high 2nd, or 2nd + 3rd, rather than diluting the return by having so many pieces. Rykov also isn't really of much interest as he's not waiver exempt anymore and isn't really NHL caliber. How about NYR 2021 2nd + Barron + 4th for Graves?


      Theoretically I would accept that trade, but the Rangers don’t have a 2021 2nd. (Marc Staal)
      Feb 13 at 1:56
      #9
      AJC13
      Joined: Oct 2018
      Posts: 1,217
      Likes: 253
      Quoting: BraydenSchenn10istheGOAT
      Teams could've gotten deangelo for free, they aren't gonna give you someone whos's contract expires this year for someone that no one claimed for free


      There's a salary cap. That's why they'll most likely be a team that's in need of offense that will give Deangelo a chance come the trade deadline. Especially because if it doesn't work out he could be cheaply bought out - even more so if the Rangers retain salary.
      Feb 13 at 1:58
      #10
      vosse9
      Joined: May 2018
      Posts: 519
      Likes: 69
      Quoting: BraydenSchenn10istheGOAT
      Teams could've gotten deangelo for free, they aren't gonna give you someone whos's contract expires this year for someone that no one claimed for free


      That’s the point of it. Most teams couldn’t afford to take him on. You take back a salary of a pending ufa that a team probably won’t resign anyway and get a player who’s an rfa that becomes an asset
      truculence67 liked this.
      Feb 13 at 2:14
      #11
      AJC13
      Joined: Oct 2018
      Posts: 1,217
      Likes: 253
      Quoting: vosse9
      That’s the point of it. Most teams couldn’t afford to take him on. You take back a salary of a pending ufa that a team probably won’t resign anyway and get a player who’s an rfa that becomes an asset


      The way the salary cap is set up, teams have much more cap space at the Trade Deadline. So your point is not an issue. There will be teams in need of offense and an improved power play come the TDL and the Rangers will not take a bad contract back in return. Rangers will only retain a percent of Deangelo's contract if a significant asset is being traded for him.
      Feb 13 at 5:32
      #12
      Joined: Apr 2020
      Posts: 6,931
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      Quoting: mhroblak
      Theoretically I would accept that trade, but the Rangers don’t have a 2021 2nd. (Marc Staal)


      2022 NYR 2nd + Barron + 3rd then?
      Feb 13 at 6:08
      #13
      Schenn is the GOAT
      Joined: Sep 2019
      Posts: 313
      Likes: 93
      Quoting: AJC13
      There's a salary cap. That's why they'll most likely be a team that's in need of offense that will give Deangelo a chance come the trade deadline. Especially because if it doesn't work out he could be cheaply bought out - even more so if the Rangers retain salary.


      True, but if the rangers buy him out then the coyotes could sign him for a cheaper deal with little risk
      Feb 13 at 6:13
      #14
      vosse9
      Joined: May 2018
      Posts: 519
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      Quoting: AJC13
      The way the salary cap is set up, teams have much more cap space at the Trade Deadline. So your point is not an issue. There will be teams in need of offense and an improved power play come the TDL and the Rangers will not take a bad contract back in return. Rangers will only retain a percent of Deangelo's contract if a significant asset is being traded for him.


      The point was valid for claiming him. The options may increase at the deadline when cap spaces are larger. They could take back a ufa deal to help with an even cap swap if teams want to make other moves. Ideally they’d get a pick or prospect back with the expiring player. They’re better off buying out in the summer then retaining money unless the return is worth it
      Feb 14 at 4:13
      #15
      AJC13
      Joined: Oct 2018
      Posts: 1,217
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      Quoting: BraydenSchenn10istheGOAT
      True, but if the rangers buy him out then the coyotes could sign him for a cheaper deal with little risk


      Deangelo then could sign with any team, not just the Yotes. And considering the Yotes already traded Deangelo, there's little chance he signs there over other teams. Unless of course Ariz is the only team making him an offer.
       
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