Discussion in 'Toronto Maple Leafs' started by Cecithepylon, Jul 14, 2020.
confirmed, he is playing tomorrow
YEAH BAE BAE!!!!!!!!
Lets f***ing do this!!!!!
9 I believe
You're right. I should wait until the 1.25mil per kicks in
isn't contract rules a bit different for playoffs vs regular season?
i thought i heard it burns a year just by playing 1 playoff game?
Engvall and Gauthier will rotate im sure. If Johnsson becomes healthy, they'll both sit
No lets not make a contract bad for no reason.
1.25mil per for a healthy scratch would seem like a bad contract to me. Especially on a team with minimal wiggle room and a cap that's not about to climb
If he plays for the Marlies next season, he only counts for 75k against the cap. Not that I'd expect that to happen.
isn't the only way he can play for the Marlies is only on a conditioning stint? Petes still have his rights
Looks like 1.25mil either way to me
We're talking about Pierre Engvall
oh my b
You are in the Robertson chat. Not totally on you haha. Just made a comment about a refund on Engvall's contract that was met with some backlash. Engvall was mentioned due to the fact Robertson had taken his spot, and apparently so has Gauthier right now. And that's not including the fact Johnsson is set of come back likely within the next few weeks.
Thought playoff games don't count towards that.
Robertson, 18, to make NHL debut for Maple Leafs in Game 1 of Qualifiers
Sounds like he might be the kind of glue guy we've been looking for. So pumped to have this weapon out of nowhere.
Trade 7 1st round draft picks for an aging vet to make a playoff push.
Burning one year off Robinson's entry-level contract
NHA CBA FAQ - CapFriendly - NHL Salary Caps
When a player is assigned to the minors, the NHL minimum + 375k is removed from the cap hit.
For next year that is 700k + 375k = 1.075M and for the season after it is 750k + 375k = 1.125M
If Engvall is sent down, his cap hit will be 175k in 2020/21 or 125k in 2021/22
That's good news then. Just going off of what I see infront of me when I research it
Why are we talking about sending Engvall down?
First 18 year old since Iginla in 1996 to debut in the playoffs.
I thought it was crazy but makes sense. Most guys that are sent back to junior hockey are 19 by the time their seasons are done in April/May.
So you basically need a prospect to be born between June/early September, and dominate their junior season to to point where you're comfortable throwing them right into the NHL playoffs opposed to the AHL or starting their offseason.
Our forwards are scary. Hope he's able to make an impact.
Congrats, Nick, just play your game as best you can and you'll be alright.
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