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Created by: Flyerlover
Initial Creation Date: Jul. 19, 2021
Published: Jul. 19, 2021
Team: 2021-22 Philadelphia Flyers
Free Agent Signings
RFAYEARSCAP HIT
Hart, Carter3$3,250,000
Sanheim, Travis3$4,250,000
UFAYEARSCAP HIT
Halák, Jaroslav1$2,000,000
Trades
1.
PHI
    Tarasenko
    SEA
    1. Voracek, Jakub
    2. 2021 2nd round pick (PHI)
    2.
    PHI
      SEA
      1. Hägg, Robert
      3.
      PHI
      1. Tarasenko, Vladimir
      STL
        4.
        PHI
        1. Ristolainen, Rasmus
        BUF
        1. Gostisbehere, Shayne
        2. Zamula, Yegor
        5.
        PHI
        1. Domi, Max
        CBJ
        1. van Riemsdyk, James
        Buyouts
        • Ilya Bryzgalov: $0
        Retained Salary Transactions
        • Claude Giroux: $4,137,500 (50%)
        • Derick Brassard: $412,500 (50%)
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        2021
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        ROSTER SIZESALARY CAPCAP HITOVERAGES TooltipBONUSESCAP SPACE
        21$81,500,000$76,707,856$0$2,950,000$4,792,144
        Left WingCenterRight Wing
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        Giroux, Claude
        $4,137,500
        C, RW
        NMC
        UFA - 1
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        Couturier, Sean
        $4,333,333
        C
        UFA - 1
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        Tarasenko, Vladimir
        $7,500,000
        RW
        NTC
        UFA - 2
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        Farabee, Joel
        $925,000
        LW, RW
        UFA - 1
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        Hayes, Kevin
        $7,142,857
        C
        NMC
        UFA - 5
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        Allison, Wade
        $925,000
        RW
        RFA - 1
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        Konecny, Travis
        $5,500,000
        RW, LW
        UFA - 4
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        Domi, Max
        $1,325,000
        LW, C
        UFA - 1
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        Lindblom, Oskar
        $3,000,000
        LW
        UFA - 2
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        Laczynski, Tanner
        $925,000
        C
        UFA - 1
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        Laughton, Scott
        $3,000,000
        C, LW
        UFA - 5
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        Aubé-Kubel, Nicolas
        $1,075,000
        RW
        UFA - 1
        Left DefenseRight DefenseGoaltender
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        Provorov, Ivan
        $6,750,000
        LD
        UFA - 4
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        Ellis, Ryan
        $6,250,000
        RD
        UFA - 6
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        Hart, Carter
        $3,250,000
        G
        RFA - 3
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        Sanheim, Travis
        $4,250,000
        LD
        UFA - 2
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        Ristolainen, Rasmus
        $5,400,000
        RD
        UFA - 1
        Halák, Jaroslav
        $2,000,000
        G
        NMC
        UFA - 1
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        York, Cam
        $880,833
        LD
        RFA - 2
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        Braun, Justin
        $1,800,000
        RD
        UFA - 1
        ScratchesInjured Reserve (IR)Long Term IR (LTIR)
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        Cates, Jackson
        $925,000
        C
        RFA - 1
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        Frost, Morgan
        $863,333
        C
        RFA - 1

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        Jul. 19, 2021 at 5:27 p.m.
        #1
        LouiErikssonBurner
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        I’m pretty sure Domi is going to Seattle…
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        Jul. 19, 2021 at 5:34 p.m.
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        Genuinely curious what Philadelphia was offering to Armstrong that he turned down
        Jul. 19, 2021 at 5:51 p.m.
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        Quoting: West_Virginia_Take_Me_Home
        Genuinely curious what Philadelphia was offering to Armstrong that he turned down


        Did he turn it down? Haven't heard anything.
        Jul. 19, 2021 at 5:56 p.m.
        #4
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        Buffalo does not need more defensemen, especially not left-handed ones. Some young forwards on the other hand would be a good idea. There’s no way they accept this trade.
        Jul. 19, 2021 at 6:05 p.m.
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        Quoting: West_Virginia_Take_Me_Home
        Genuinely curious what Philadelphia was offering to Armstrong that he turned down


        I think the Tarasenko situation effectively went down like this if I had to guess:

        -St.Louis goal was to keep Dunn and pay to protect him if necessary, and just wanted to get an asset or 2 while shedding Tarasenkos contract

        -The only offers they got had salary coming back and/or were less than the value of Ivan Barbashev

        -St.Louis figures if they can't get anything more than the value of Barbashev for him while completely shedding salary, they might as well just let Seattle take him and let them flip him to one of his NTC teams.

        -Seattle then leverages Philly into sending futures while sending Tarasenko and a similar player the other way.

        Basically, the Blues benefit by moving Tarasenkos full salary while keeping Dunn and Barbashev, Seattle benefits by getting a package they deem more valuable than Dunn from Philly (I think Dunn is worth more than a 2nd + Hagg, but Hak is very familiar with Hagg so who knows), and Philly benefits by possibly adding the best sniper they've had in a decade
         
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