Teams Edmonton - @Llamamoto Seattle - @BumDum Vancouver - @Scholarships Carolina - @Paralyzer008 Philadelphia - @ConnorMcMullet Dallas - @LT Ok - @Panda Bear Winnipeg - @trick9 Arizona - @Blinny Calgary - @Kent Nilsson Nashville - @hockeynorth Montreal - @OB5 Team - @scrappylilnobody Ottawa - @stempniaksen New Jersey - @Koivu777 Toronto - @PaulBissonnette Rules - Each day a grouping of players will be released around 8pm EST. You will have 24 hours to PM me your offers for each player (nothing else besides the highest money matters). Each player will sign to the highest bidder at the end of the 24 hours, at which time the next grouping will be released. - There will be 10 days worth of bidding for each GM to build their 2o man roster (12F, 6D, 2G), followed by voting. The objective is to build the best team right now. - There will be a 100m salary cap for this game. - You can bid on as many players as you want but you are stuck with whoever you bid highest on. So don't just bid on everyone or you could be handcuffed quite quickly (I.e.: If you bid 20m on each of McDavid, MacKinnon and Matthews hoping you get one but are the highest bid on each, you have 60m tied into three players). - Players will sign at a minimum of their 2019-20 contract. You can bid as high as you want, but they will not accept less than what they earned last year. The only exception to this will be in Round 10 of bidding on the final day. This final day will be a first-come, first-serve where any player listed can be signed to a $1,000,000 contract, even if they earned more in 2019-20 (But don't expect anyone special to be available on this day still). - For players who earned less than $1,000,000 last year (ELC and depth players not in round 10) the minimum bid will be $1,000,000 as well. - Please make bids in $100,000 increments. IE: 5.1m, 5.2m, etc. This is to avoid people adding a dollar or minimal amounts to a potentially common offer in order to be top offer (Ex. $5,000,001) - You ARE allowed to increase your offer / add new offers if you change your mind. You ARE NOT allowed to decrease your offer / drop an offer. Keeping track of the highest bids only as they come in, so this would just lead to problems. - If you bid on too many players and are over the cap, you are allowed to drop anyone you want in the end. HOWEVER, 50% of the contract for the player you dropped will remain on your payroll, so don't just bid on everyone and think you can just dump whoever you want conveniently later. If you are interested in participating, let me know in this thread. Looking for at least 10 GMs to get this thing going and ideally ASAP to finish before the draft and free agency. If you have any questions let me know.