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Forum: NHLJul 5, 2019 at 9:28
Forum: NHLJul 5, 2019 at 9:26
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Munsen88</b></div><div>I just watched the hockey guy on youtube talk about this. its something like 12.4 cap hit I think. I will throw out my guesses for the sake of conversation.....

Shannon thew out the Islanders but I think they would have to move someone to make the cap hit work. (i think, maybe?)

4- Ottawa. They have the cap and need to hit the cap floor. They have a nice stock pile of picks so losing 4 firsts wouldn't hurt too bad I think. But its Ottawa...
3 - Winnipeg. Cap space. But Laine needs a new contract, so eh.
2 - New Jersey- They are above cap floor but still have a ton of cap. Hall and Marner and anyone, that line might work.
1 - Colorado. below cap floor and make some moves a lot of y'all said looked weird. Avalanche are my pick. Mostly cause I don't want it to be the devils or anyone in the Metro thats not Philly.</div></div>

Thats funny I watch The Hockey Guy too mostly for his jerseys... I like Tara Fitzgeral she runs "The Glove Drop" on Youtube/Web and FB... She is a Rangers fan though who don't make enough daily videos to get to 100K where she belongs yet :). Keep an eye on her, I think she took some of the advice I gave her. Islanders were ready to pay Panarin about that same amt of money so I think they would have the cap room for it off hand :). I"d be shocked to see Jersey, Jets, or Senators even Avalanche sign him personally... I could see CBJ or Islanders since they might have enough cap space among a few others...
Forum: NHLJul 5, 2019 at 7:16
Forum: NHL SigningsJun 18, 2019 at 11:40
2018-19 : 2.21 P/60, 5.83 rel CF%, 7.07 rel xGF%, 9.09 iSH%, 100.56 PDO, 54.58 ZSR
2017-18 : 1.96 P/60, -0.89 rel CF%, 1.63 rel xGF%, 12.88 iSH%, 101.86 PDO, 42.64 ZSR
2016-17 : 1.60 P/60, -6.31 rel CF%, -6.04 rel xGF%, 12.04 iSH%, 102.33 PDO, 41.41 ZSR
2016-19 : 1.92 P/60, -0.51 rel CF%, 0.78 rel xGF%, 11.42 iSH%, 101.6 PDO, 45.98 ZSR
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-width="550" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Kevin Hayes (rights traded to Philly) is a solid all-around player. Drives offence to the net a little, better defensively, very good shot, helps a power-play, ordinary penalty differential; no obvious weaknesses. <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Micah Blake McCurdy (@IneffectiveMath) <a href="">June 4, 2019</a></blockquote>
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This is the price you have to pay for a 2nd line center. It is probably a year or two too long and about 500k-750k too much, but it's better than the front office sitting on their hands waiting for the prospects to grow and become relevant. This team has a window now and this signing improves their chances. If you spend too much time looking for the long term, you never look at the short term. Hayes is a solid all-around player that will slot in well alongside players like Jake Voracek, Oskar Lindblom, and James vanRiemsdyk. No Flyer fan is going to loose sleep over this contract if he helps us go deep into the playoffs.
Forum: Armchair-GMFeb 26, 2019 at 11:20
Forum: NHL TradesJan 18, 2019 at 4:44