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Bob Murray doesnt have the cojones

Created by: ElCapitanBigD5
Initial Creation Date: Jul 9, 2021
Published: Jul 9 at 1:48
Team: 2021-22 Anaheim Ducks
Team Explanation
It ain't much but it's honest work
Free Agent Signings
RFAYEARSCAP HIT
Comtois, Maxime2$1,200,000
Lundeström, Isac3$1,500,000
Mahura, Josh3$1,500,000
Volkov, Alexander2$1,000,000
Heinen, Danton1$3,000,000
Laine, Patrik2$6,500,000
UFAYEARSCAP HIT
Wennberg, Alexander4$2,500,000
Danault, Phillip3$4,000,000
Goodrow, Barclay4$2,150,000
Coleman, Blake4$2,950,000
Cizikas, Casey4$3,650,000
Trades
ANA
    SEA
    1. Henrique, Adam
    2. 2021 4th round pick (ANA)
    Additional Details:
    Simulating that Seattle will select AH. Pick is included to sweeten deal for Seattle.
    ANA
    1. 2022 5th round pick (DAL)
    DAL
    1. Deslauriers, Nicolas
    ANA
    1. 2022 5th round pick (EDM)
    EDM
    1. Stolarz, Anthony
    ANA
    1. DeBrusk, Jake
    2. 2023 1st round pick (BOS)
    BOS
    1. Lindholm, Hampus
    ANA
    1. Laine, Patrik [RFA Rights]
    2. 2023 6th round pick (CBJ)
    CBJ
    1. Comtois, Maxime
    2. 2022 2nd round pick (ANA)
    3. 2023 5th round pick (ANA)
    ANA
      Future Considerations
      ARI
      1. Kesler, Ryan
      2. 2022 1st round pick (ANA)
      ANA
      1. 2022 1st round pick (TOR)
      2. 2021 2nd round pick (TOR)
      3. 2023 3rd round pick (TOR)
      TOR
      1. Fowler, Cam
      Buyouts
      • Corey Perry: $2,000,000
      • Simon Despres: $0
      Buried
      • Isac Lundeström: $375,000 ($1,500,000)
      DRAFT YEARROUND 1ROUND 2ROUND 3ROUND 4ROUND 5ROUND 6ROUND 7
      2021
      ANA
      ANA
      TOR
      ANA
      ANA
      EDM
      ANA
      2022
      TOR
      ANA
      ANA
      ANA
      TOR
      DAL
      EDM
      NSH
      2023
      ANA
      BOS
      ANA
      ANA
      TOR
      ANA
      ANA
      CBJ
      ROSTER SIZESALARY CAPCAP HITOVERAGES BONUSESCAP SPACE
      22$81,500,000$66,561,944$0$1,832,500$14,938,056

      Roster

      Left WingCenterRight Wing
      ANA
      Rakell, Rickard
      $3,789,444
      RW, LW
      UFA - 1
      ANA
      Zegras, Trevor
      $925,000
      C
      RFA - 2
      Laine, Patrik
      $6,500,000
      LW, RW
      RFA - 1
      BOS
      DeBrusk, Jake
      $3,675,000
      LW
      RFA - 1
      Wennberg, Alexander
      $2,500,000
      C
      NTC
      UFA - 3
      ANA
      Silfverberg, Jakob
      $5,250,000
      RW, LW
      NTC
      UFA - 3
      Goodrow, Barclay
      $2,150,000
      LW
      NTC
      UFA - 6
      Danault, Phillip
      $4,000,000
      C
      NMC
      UFA - 6
      Coleman, Blake
      $2,950,000
      LW, RW
      NTC
      UFA - 6
      ANA
      Heinen, Danton
      $3,000,000
      LW, RW
      RFA - 1
      Cizikas, Casey
      $3,650,000
      C
      UFA - 6
      ANA
      Grant, Derek
      $1,500,000
      C, RW
      UFA - 2
      Left DefenseRight DefenseGoaltender
      ANA
      Mahura, Josh
      $1,500,000
      LD
      RFA - 2
      ANA
      Manson, Josh
      $4,100,000
      RD
      NTC
      UFA - 1
      ANA
      Gibson, John
      $6,400,000
      G
      NTC
      UFA - 6
      ANA
      Fleury, Haydn
      $1,300,000
      LD/RD
      RFA - 1
      ANA
      Shattenkirk, Kevin
      $3,900,000
      RD
      NTC
      UFA - 2
      ANA
      Dostal, Lukas
      $822,500
      G
      RFA - 2
      ANA
      Larsson, Jacob
      $1,200,000
      LD
      RFA - 1
      ANA
      Drysdale, Jamie
      $925,000
      RD
      RFA - 2
      ScratchesInjured Reserve (IR)Long Term IR (LTIR)
      ANA
      Volkov, Alexander
      $1,000,000
      LW, RW
      RFA - 1
      ANA
      Milano, Sonny
      $1,700,000
      LW
      RFA - 1
      ANA
      Terry, Troy
      $1,450,000
      RW, C
      RFA - 2

      Special Teams

      Power Play 1
      Rakell, R.
      Wennberg, A.
      Silfverberg, J.
      Zegras, T.
      Drysdale, J.
      Power Play 2
      Coleman, B.
      Danault, P.
      DeBrusk, J.
      Laine, P.
      Shattenkirk, K.
      Penalty Kill 1
      Danault, P.
      Coleman, B.
      Mahura, J.
      Manson, J.
      Penalty Kill 2
      Cizikas, C.
      Grant, D.
      Drysdale, J.
      Shattenkirk, K.

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      Jul 9 at 1:55
      #1
      oilsince95
      Joined: Jun 2016
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      Ah yes, a second rounder for an AHL goalie.
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      Jul 9 at 1:58
      #2
      Lenny7
      Joined: Jan 2017
      Posts: 7,965
      Likes: 5,358
      Quoting: oilsince95
      Ah yes, a second rounder for an AHL goalie.


      Please allow us to live in the 8 game sample size where he put up elite numbers tears of joy
      Jul 9 at 2:00
      #3
      Joined: Aug 2019
      Posts: 902
      Likes: 418
      Quoting: oilsince95
      Ah yes, a second rounder for an AHL goalie.


      Who already played for the Oilers, it didn't go well, and let him go to free agency.
      OldNYIfan liked this.
      Jul 9 at 2:01
      #4
      First NY Then LA
      Joined: Jun 2018
      Posts: 20,494
      Likes: 10,670
      I think that Lindholm is worth more than DeBrusk and a late future second.
      Samsquanch14 and TZ11 liked this.
      Jul 9 at 2:01
      #5
      Thread Starter
      EASHL RD Free Agent
      Joined: Jul 2021
      Posts: 20
      Likes: 8
      2.20GAA and a 0.926SV% isn't bad when you have one of the worst teams in front of you. 8 games or not
      Jul 9 at 2:16
      #6
      Joined: Sep 2020
      Posts: 423
      Likes: 102
      Bruins accept
      Jul 9 at 2:18
      #7
      Joined: Jun 2016
      Posts: 10,671
      Likes: 4,728
      Quoting: ElCapitanBigD5
      2.20GAA and a 0.926SV% isn't bad when you have one of the worst teams in front of you. 8 games or not


      It's 8 games. He'll likely regress and return to his usual form. Best-case, someone trade for a 5th but Stolarz could be on waivers next year and teams could get him for free.
      Jul 9 at 2:22
      #8
      oilsince95
      Joined: Jun 2016
      Posts: 2,000
      Likes: 935
      Quoting: ElCapitanBigD5
      2.20GAA and a 0.926SV% isn't bad when you have one of the worst teams in front of you. 8 games or not


      Essentially every regular NHL goalie has had a similar 8 game streak. Hell I think Koskinen had a streak of similar stats from late Jan to late March when he played in between Smith starts. Doing it for a whole season is what GM's pay for.
      ElCapitanBigD5 liked this.
      Jul 9 at 2:29
      #9
      Thread Starter
      EASHL RD Free Agent
      Joined: Jul 2021
      Posts: 20
      Likes: 8
      Good point. also, forgot that he was already on the Oilers. Would go back and change this trade.
      Jul 9 at 4:15
      #10
      Joined: Apr 2021
      Posts: 477
      Likes: 287
      Those contracts are weird. How do Mahura and Lundeström get more than Comtois? And why didn't you sign Steel and Jones?

      Not enough for Lindholm.

      Definitely not giving up Comtois for Laine.

      We're not getting a 1st for Fowler.

      Not giving up a potential Top 10 1st in 2022 to get rid of Kesler's contract.

      Volkov > Grant / Heinen
      Terry > Silfvy / Grant
      OldNYIfan liked this.
      Jul 9 at 6:35
      #11
      Let’s make a deal
      Joined: Aug 2019
      Posts: 1,709
      Likes: 843
      Id rather not move laine for comtois and a second. I like maxim but not that much. We’d be better off keeping laine and signing him long term as the teams staple and shooter on the top line. We draft centers and develop players around them.
      Jul 12 at 11:13
      #12
      Joined: Apr 2021
      Posts: 5,905
      Likes: 2,050
      Quoting: The_Cannon
      Id rather not move laine for comtois and a second. I like maxim but not that much. We’d be better off keeping laine and signing him long term as the teams staple and shooter on the top line. We draft centers and develop players around them.


      If you’re building around laine, just move the franchise.
      Jul 13 at 2:58
      #13
      Let’s make a deal
      Joined: Aug 2019
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      Quoting: CMcAvoy73
      If you’re building around laine, just move the franchise.


      Instead of what trading him for a decent young top 6 forward guy who may score 50-60 points and a second. We use laine as not the main building block but a sturdy support piece for the future. You draft the core and keep laine as the naturally gifted sniper to play with those players.
      Jul 13 at 3:51
      #14
      Joined: Apr 2021
      Posts: 5,905
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      Quoting: The_Cannon
      Instead of what trading him for a decent young top 6 forward guy who may score 50-60 points and a second. We use laine as not the main building block but a sturdy support piece for the future. You draft the core and keep laine as the naturally gifted sniper to play with those players.


      Because he isn’t good.
       
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