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In Topic: Line combos for 97, 98 Cups?

27 July 2015 - 02:48 PM

For 97, I think I remember seeing...

 

Yzerman with Sandstrom and Lapointe

Fedorov with Kozlov and Brown

Larionov with Shanahan and McCarty

Draper with Maltby and Kocur

 

Pretty much, but it always seemed like the line combos were changing during games. 


In Topic: Lou Lamoriello new GM of the Leafs

23 July 2015 - 10:03 AM

When did he resign from the Devils?  

 

About an hour ago


In Topic: Remaing RFAs to be signed - Jurco, Pulkkinen, Aubry

16 July 2015 - 09:59 AM

Before the season starts, sure... it's a % of the cap.  However when rosters are sorted out for the season and people are waived, re-assigned, put on LITR, etc.  Those aforementioned players on perma-LITR:  Pronger, Savard, Franzen, Nathan Horton... well... they then don't count against the cap. 

Yes they do. They never go off the cap, teams are just allowed to go over the cap.

 

The capgeek link should still work

 

And what really sucks is they do not get the benefit of taking a contract bigger than what they usually are able to come the trade deadline. 

 

On topic:

Any new updates?


In Topic: Remaing RFAs to be signed - Jurco, Pulkkinen, Aubry

15 July 2015 - 11:04 PM

 

I really wish CapGeek were around so that I could show you that this is most definitely NOT the case.

Hell, his cap wasn't even counting against Philly last year when he was unofficially retired despite still being under contract and took a job with the NHL.  Philly has been free of his cap hit for ages.

 

Guys like Savard and Pronger do count against their teams cap hit. However, a team is able to go above the cap limit by X amount based on a formula.

 

On topic:

I hope these guys get signed soon


In Topic: Gustav Nyquist signed 4-Year Deal $4.75 mill AAV

10 July 2015 - 01:51 PM

So this deal will take him into his 30s. If it is under $5M I will be surprised.