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Created by: flyersarephilly
Initial Creation Date: Jul 21, 2021
Published: Jul 21 at 12:21
Team: 2021-22 Philadelphia Flyers
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    $8,275,000
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    Allison, Wade
    $925,000
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    RFA - 1
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    Lindblom, Oskar
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    RFA - 2
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    Laczynski, Tanner
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    UFA - 2
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    $1,800,000
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    Ustimenko, Kirill
    $825,833
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    RFA - 1
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    Hägg, Robert
    $1,600,000
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    Jul 21 at 12:26
    #1
    Ragsandbluesfan
    Joined: Nov 2017
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    Lmao Seattle bailing out NOBODY
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    Jul 21 at 12:34
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    Just because he’s the official selection doesn’t mean there isn’t a side deal in place. I would be surprised if Fletcher doesn’t make/have a deal to acquire Carson Soucy.
    Jul 21 at 1:02
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    Quoting: Ragsandbluesfan
    Lmao Seattle bailing out NOBODY


    Their d core looks good but offensively it looks pretty bleak. Am I disappointed that they didn't take Jake or JVR? yeah but I'm more surprised they didn't pick up a depth piece that has played more time in the NHL if I was Seattle and I was going that route the choice would have been Bunnaman. Play C and Wing and has looked like an effective 4th liner where Twarynski just seems like a guy out there good in camp but not in an actual game
    Jul 21 at 1:03
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    Quoting: BoredWildFan
    Just because he’s the official selection doesn’t mean there isn’t a side deal in place. I would be surprised if Fletcher doesn’t make/have a deal to acquire Carson Soucy.


    Even if that's the case I don't see Seattle taking on a big contract
    Jul 21 at 1:19
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    Quoting: flyersarephilly
    Even if that's the case I don't see Seattle taking on a big contract


    I can. It doesn’t look like Seattle has gone for anything more than bottom six forwards so far. I could see a JVR (with a little retained salary) and a 2nd for Soucy.
    Twarynski being the selection alone makes no sense. Why not take Rubtsov? At least there’s a glimmer of upside there.
    Jul 21 at 1:23
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    Quoting: BoredWildFan
    I can. It doesn’t look like Seattle has gone for anything more than bottom six forwards so far. I could see a JVR (with a little retained salary) and a 2nd for Soucy.
    Twarynski being the selection alone makes no sense. Why not take Rubtsov? At least there’s a glimmer of upside there.


    Does Soucy play the right side? if not I can't see that deal happening even in Fletcher likes the player the left side is pretty set currently Provorov, Sanheim, York, Gostisbehere, Hagg, are all defenders that primarily play the left side. I agree that Twarynski alone makes no sense but like I said unless Soucy plays the right side that doesn't make too much sense either
    Jul 21 at 1:27
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    Quoting: flyersarephilly
    Does Soucy play the right side? if not I can't see that deal happening even in Fletcher likes the player the left side is pretty set currently Provorov, Sanheim, York, Gostisbehere, Hagg, are all defenders that primarily play the left side. I agree that Twarynski alone makes no sense but like I said unless Soucy plays the right side that doesn't make too much sense either


    Yes. In 19-20 he slid over and played 2nd pairing with Brodin when Dumba went down. This season he played the right side often with Ian Cole on the third pairing. He’d be the perfect replacement for Myers.
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