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Forum: NHL SigningsOct 16, 2019 at 8:12
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>drewjenks</b></div><div><strong>LMAO ... OK there bud. </strong>

1) All of the Leafs key forwards are already signed through next season.
2) All of the Leafs press-boxers are already signed through next season.
2) Anderson + Rielly + Sandin + Liljegren are signed through next season.

<strong>SIGNED FORWARDS</strong>
Hyman - Matthews - Nylander
Johnson - Tavares - Marner
T.Moore - Kerfoot - Kapanen
N.Petan - Gauthier - Agostino

<strong>SIGNED DEFENSE</strong>
Reilly - Sandin - Liljegren

<strong>SIGNED GOALIES</strong>
Anderson - Joe Woll

<strong>SIGNED PRESS-BOX</strong>
Agostino - Kossila + (Gravel or Holl)

<strong>2020-21 SEASON TOTALS</strong>

<strong>Signed Roster</strong> = 20 Players
<strong>Team Cap-Hit</strong> = $70,500,000
<strong>Salary Cap Est</strong> = $84,500,000
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<strong>Remaining Cap Space</strong> = $14,000,000

<strong>Required Signings</strong> = 3 Defensemen (Dermott = $2,000,000 / Muzzin = $5,000,000 / Barrie = $7,000,000)
<strong>Total Cost</strong> = $14,000,000

And Toronto really doesn't have to sign Barrie if he wants too much money.
They could also trade Kappy + Hyman for help on defense or cap-space.
Especially if Mikheyev + Moore keep playing as well as they are.

<strong>Go check it for yourself though ... I mean, were definitely on the right website. </strong></div></div>

I'm well aware of the Leafs situation. There's a couple things you are missing. It's almost like you just copied and pasted the Leafs on here, but it doesn't matter if you want to waste your time like that.

Two of the defensemen you just mention are rookies. One was just sent down to the minors and I belive the other is already in the minors right now(not sure) either way they aren't ready to be full time top 4 dmen. Another thing, with Tavares, Matthews at 11m Marner at 10.9, and Nylander at 7m, and a few others arpund 3-5m they aren't going to be able to fill there defensive holes. They MIGHT have cap space to resign Barrie, but that still leaves 2 empty spots in the top 4. Still have to fill 1 spot on thr 3rd pair.

My point being the forward group is intact and good, but there's no defense. So when that blueline is filled with AHLers you will know what I am talking about. I know all this is a lot to take in and almost like I'm speaking a different language to you, but it takes time. Learning hockey happens with time. Have a good day.
Forum: NHL SigningsOct 16, 2019 at 6:24
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>drewjenks</b></div><div><strong>LMAO ... OK there bud. </strong>

1) All of the Leafs key forwards are already signed through next season.
2) All of the Leafs press-boxers are already signed through next season.
2) Anderson + Rielly + Sandin + Liljegren are signed through next season.

<strong>SIGNED FORWARDS</strong>
Hyman - Matthews - Nylander
Johnson - Tavares - Marner
T.Moore - Kerfoot - Kapanen
N.Petan - Gauthier - Agostino

<strong>SIGNED DEFENSE</strong>
Reilly - Sandin - Liljegren

<strong>SIGNED GOALIES</strong>
Anderson - Joe Woll

<strong>SIGNED PRESS-BOX</strong>
Agostino - Kossila + (Gravel or Holl)

<strong>2020-21 SEASON TOTALS</strong>

<strong>Signed Roster</strong> = 20 Players
<strong>Team Cap-Hit</strong> = $70,500,000
<strong>Salary Cap Est</strong> = $84,500,000
------------------------------------------
<strong>Remaining Cap Space</strong> = $14,000,000

<strong>Required Signings</strong> = 3 Defensemen (Dermott = $2,000,000 / Muzzin = $5,000,000 / Barrie = $7,000,000)
<strong>Total Cost</strong> = $14,000,000

And Toronto really doesn't have to sign Barrie if he wants too much money.
They could also trade Kappy + Hyman for help on defense or cap-space.
Especially if Mikheyev + Moore keep playing as well as they are.

<strong>Go check it for yourself though ... I mean, were definitely on the right website. </strong></div></div>

Here folks is a wonderful exhibit of someone taking a comment WAY too seriously. It's fascinating to see, but also quite sad at the same time. anyways, Moving on!!
Forum: Armchair-GMMar 8, 2018 at 2:23