NE's GM Game 2 - Roster Thread

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  1. Backlund

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    [FIELDSET="Roster"]

    FORWARDS:
    Alex Tanguay - Jason Spezza - Jarome Iginla "C"
    Curtis Glencross - Brendan Morrison - David Moss
    Rene Borque - Peter Regin - Tim Jackman
    Tom Kostopoulos - Mikael Backlund - Greg Nemisz


    DEFENSE:
    Robyn Regehr "A" - Jay Bouwmeester
    Mark Giordano "A" - Cory Sarich
    Steve Staios - Anton Babchuk



    GOALTENDERS:
    Miikka Kiprusoff
    Henrik Karlsson



    ON WAIVERS: None.

    CAP HIT: - $45,933,332
    CAP SPACE: - $6,733,334
    [/FIELDSET]​

    [FIELDSET="The Trade Block"]

    UNTOUCHABLE:
    Jarome Iginla
    Jason Spezza
    Alex Tanguay
    Mikael Backlund
    Robyn Regehr
    Mark Giordano
    Miikka Kiprusoff

    WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR:

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    [FIELDSET="Draft Pick Ownsership"]

    2011 DRAFT:
    -

    2012 DRAFT:
    -
    [/FIELDSET]

    [FIELDSET="Transactions"]

    To OTT
    Niklas Hagman
    Matthew Stajan
    Olli Jokinen
    TJ Brodie
    CGY 1st Round Pick

    To CGY
    Jason Spezza
    Peter Regin
    [/FIELDSET]

    [FIELDSET="Re-signings"]



    [/FIELDSET]
     
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  2. Stingrays

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    [FIELDSET="Roster"]

    FORWARDS:
    Ville Leino (0.8M) - Mike Richards (5.75M) - Daniel Briere (6.5M)
    Scott Hartnell (4.2M) - Jeff Carter (5M) - Claude Giroux (0.821M)
    James van Riemsdyk (1.654) - Rob Schremp (0.750M) - Tuomo Ruutu (3.8M)
    Daniel Carcillo (1.075M) - Darroll Powe (0.725M) - Chris Thorburn (0.66M)

    EX: Jamal Mayers (0.6M)

    DEFENSE:
    Chris Pronger (4.921M) - Kimmo Timonen (6.333M)

    Braydon Coburn (3.2M) - Matt Carle (3.437M)
    Andrej Meszaros (4M) - Sean O'Donnel (1.3M)


    EX: Nick Boynton (0.5M)

    GOALTENDERS:
    Sergei Bobrovsky (1.75M)
    Brian Boucher (0.925M)

    ON WAIVERS: None.

    CAP HIT: $58.701M
    CAP SPACE: -


    NTC's: Scott Hartnell
    NMC's: Daniel Briere, Kimmo Timonen

    [/FIELDSET]​

    [FIELDSET="The Trade Block"]

    UNTOUCHABLE:
    (These players won't be moved unless it's the overpayment of the ages.)

    Mike Richards
    Jeff Carter
    Claude Giroux
    James van Riemsdyk
    Chris Pronger

    HARD TO GET:
    (These players can be had, but it will most likely require a massive overpayment.)

    Daniel Briere
    Scott Hartnell
    Braydon Coburn
    Ville Leino
    Matt Carle

    IN THE MIDDLE:
    (These players can be had for an average return.)

    Andrej Meszaros
    Kimmo Timonen

    ON THE BLOCK:
    (These are players we are looking to deal.)

    None.

    WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR:
    Cap space.
    [/FIELDSET]


    [FIELDSET="Draft Pick Ownsership"]

    2011 DRAFT:

    PHI, 2nd
    DAL, 3rd*
    PIT, 3rd
    PHI, 4th
    TBL, 4th
    ATL, 5th
    PHI, 6th
    PHI, 7th

    *Becomes a 2nd if Dallas wins a playoff round or re-signs Jamie Langenbrunner.

    2012 DRAFT:
    -
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    [FIELDSET="Transactions"]

    To :flyers Jamal Mayers, To :sharks Jody Shelley

    To :flyers Tuomo Ruutu, Drayson Boyman, CAR 2011 2nd, To :canes Kris Verteeg, Nikolay Zherdev.

    To :flyers Rob Schremp, Chris Thorburn, ATL 2011 5th, To :thrashers CAR 2011 2nd.

    To :flyers DAL Cond. 3rd, To :devils Blair Betts
    [/FIELDSET]

    [FIELDSET="Re-signings"]

    (Effective at the beginning of the 2011-12 Season)
    Jeff Carter
    (5.272M/yr, 11 yrs)

    Claude Giroux
    (3.75M/yr, 2 yrs)

    Daniel Carcillo
    (1.000M/yr, 2 years)

    Andreas Nodl
    (2W, 0.75M/yr, 2 years)

    Darroll Powe
    (0.875M/yr, 2 years)

    Rob Bordson
    0.700M/yr, 2 years
    2 way

    Jon Kalinski
    0.650M/yr, 1 year
    2 way

    Stefan Legein
    0.700M/yr, 1 year
    2 way

    Danny Syvret
    0.650M/yr. 1 year
    2 way

    Tom Sestito
    0.600M/yr, 2 years
    2 way

    Rob Schremp
    1.2M/yr, 1 year
    1 way

    Chris Thorburn
    0.866M/yr, 3 years
    1 way
    [/FIELDSET]
     
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  3. NYRPat21

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    CAPGEEK.COM CAP CALCULATOR

    FORWARDS
    Patrice Bergeron ($5.000m) / Tyler Seguin ($3.550m)
    Nathan Horton ($4.000m) / David Krejci ($3.750m) / Greg Campbell ($1.100m)
    Chris Kelly ($2.125m) / Rich Peverley ($1.325m) / Michael Ryder ($4.000m)
    Daniel Paille ($1.075m) / Shawn Thornton ($0.812m) / Brad Marchand ($0.821m)
    / / Mark Recchi ($1.950m)

    DEFENSEMEN
    Zdeno Chara ($6.916m) / Dennis Seidenberg ($3.250m)
    Andrew Ference ($2.250m) / Johnny Boychuk ($1.875m)
    Adam McQuaid ($0.575m) / Luca Sbisa (0.875m) / Andy Sutton (3.000m)
    / Tomas Kaberle ($4.250m)

    GOALTENDERS
    Tim Thomas ($5.000m) / Tuukka Rask ($1.250m)

    BUYOUTS: Patrick Eaves ($0.258m)

    CAPGEEK.COM TOTALS (follow @capgeek on Twitter)
    (these totals are compiled without the bonus cushion)
    SALARY CAP: $59,400,000; CAP PAYROLL: $59,008,500; BONUSES: $2,650,000
    CAP SPACE (21-man roster): $391,500



    Trading Block: Thomas
     
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  4. donghabs98

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    Forwards
    Cammalleri-Plekanec-Alfredson
    Parise-Gomez-Gionta
    Moen-Eller-Foligno
    Pouliot-Desharnais-Dvorak
    ex-halpern, Neil,
    Defense
    Hamrlik-Wisniewski
    Gill-Subban\
    Weber-Sopel
    ex-Mara
    IR-Gorges,Markov
    Goalies
    Price
    Harding
    Cap hit-$59 244 249
    Cap Space-$155 571
    Sent down-Picard,darche
    Trading Block
    Untouchables
    Subban,Gorges,Markov,Price,Plekanec,Weber
    Hard to get
    Gill,Hamrilk,Gionta,Cammalleri,Pacioretty,Sopel,,Eller
    On the bubble
    Pouliot,Desharnais,White,Moen,Halpern
    Trading Block
    Gomez,,Spacek,Mara,Pyatt,Wisniewski,
    Team Needs-top 6 forward and goalie
     
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    [FIELDSET="Roster"]
    FORWARDS
    David Perron - T.J. Oshie - Chris Stewart
    David Backes - Patrik Berglund - Brad Boyes
    Alexander Steen - Andy McDonald - David Clarkson
    Brad Winchester - B.J. Crombeen - Cam Janseen


    DEFENSE
    Alex Pietrangelo - Christian Erhoff
    Kevin Shattenkirk - Nicklas Grossman
    Barret Jackman - Carlo Colaiacovo


    GOALIES
    Jaroslav Halak

    Ty Conklin
    [/FIELDSET]

    [FIELDSET="Transactions"]
    [​IMG] Vladimir Sobotka, STL 2nd Round Draft Pick
    [​IMG] Nicklas Grossman

    [​IMG] STL 2nd Round Draft Pick
    [​IMG] David Clarkson

    [​IMG] STL 1st Round Draft Pick, STL 3rd Round Draft Pick
    [​IMG] Christian Erhoff
    [/FIELDSET]

    [FIELDSET="Top Prospects"]
    1. Vladimir Tarasenko, RW
    2. Jaden Schwartz, C
    3. Jake Allen, G
    4. Ian Cole, D
    5. Brett Sonne, C
    6. Phillip McRae, C
    7. Ben Bishop, G
    8. Jonas Junland, D
    9. Jori Lehtera, C
    10. Sebastien Wannstrom, RW
    [/FIELDSET]

    [FIELDSET="Signings"][/FIELDSET]
     
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  6. The Instigator

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    [FIELDSET="Roster"]

    FORWARDS:
    Milan Lucic - Paul Stastny - Milan Hejduk
    Tomas Fleischmann - Matt Duchene - Peter Mueller
    TJ Galiardi - Ryan O'Reilly - David Jones
    Daniel Winnik - Jay McClement - Ryan Stoa


    DEFENSE:
    Erik Johnson -John-Michael Liles

    Adam Foote - Kyle Quincey
    Ryan Wilson - Ryan O'Byrne




    GOALTENDERS:
    Brian Elliott
    Peter Budaj

    ON WAIVERS: None.

    CAP HIT: -
    CAP SPACE: -

    [/FIELDSET]​

    [FIELDSET="The Trade Block"]

    UNTOUCHABLE:
    Erik Johnson
    Paul Stastny
    Matt Duchene
    Ryan O'Reilly


    WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR:
    Youth at every position. Especially a young, high potential goalie.
    [/FIELDSET]


    [FIELDSET="Draft Pick Ownsership"]

    2011 DRAFT:
    -

    2012 DRAFT:
    -
    [/FIELDSET]

    [FIELDSET="Transactions"]

    -
    [/FIELDSET]

    [FIELDSET="Re-signings"]



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    [FIELDSET="Roster"]SENATORS ROSTER

    41 Anderson, Craig

    16 Butler, Bobby RW

    14 Campoli, Chris D

    39 Carkner, Matt D

    38 Condra, Erik RW

    71 Foligno, Nick LW

    2 Greening, Colin C

    65 Karlsson, Erik D

    17 Kuba, Filip D

    5 Lee, Brian D

    40 Lehner, Robin G

    49 Lessard, Francis RW/LW

    37 Locke, Corey C

    9 Michalek, Milan

    25 Neil, Chris RW

    4 Phillips, Chris D

    13 Regin, Peter C

    26 Shannon, Ryan

    15 Smith, Zack C

    19 Spezza, Jason C

    20 Svatos, Marek RW

    43 Wick, Roman
    [/FIELDSET]

    [FIELDSET="Trade Block"]EVERYONE EXCEPT KARLSON[/FIELDSET]
     
  8. Gibby

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    [FIELDSET="Roster and Cap"]
    FORWARDS
    David Booth - Steven Stamkos - Martin St. Louis
    Simon Gagne - Vincent Lecavalier - Steve Downie
    Ryan Malone - Dana Tyrell - Ted Purcell
    Dominic Moore - Sean Bergenheim - Adam Hall

    DEFENSEMEN
    Eric Brewer - Victor Hedman
    Mattias Ohlund - Mike Lundin
    Pavel Kubina - Marc-Andre Bergeron
    Brett Clark

    GOALTENDERS
    Dwayne Roloson
    Mike Smith


    SALARY CAP: $59,400,000
    CAP PAYROLL: $62,288,583
    BONUSES: $2,737,500
    CAP SPACE (21-man roster): -$2,288,583
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    [FIELDSET="Trade Block"]
    Untouchable:
    Steven Stamkos
    Martin St. Louis
    Victor Hedman

    Overpayment Required:
    Downie
    Purcell
    Brewer

    Right Price Required:
    Ohlund
    Lundin
    Bergeron
    Bergenheim
    Hall
    Gagne
    Tyrell

    Looking to Trade:
    Malone
    Clark
    Kubina
    Smith
    Roloson
    Moore
    Thompson
    Lecavalier

    Team Needs:
    Top 4 Defensemen
    Starting Goalie​
    [/FIELDSET]

    [FIELDSET="Draft Pick Ownership"]Draft Picks 2011:
    TB 2nd rd
    TB 3rd rd
    TB 4th rd
    TB 5th rd
    TB 6th rd
    TB 7th rd
    Draft Picks 2012:
    TB 2nd rd
    TB 3rd rd
    TB 4th rd
    TB 5th rd
    TB 6th rd
    TB 7th rd
    [/FIELDSET]​

    [FIELDSET="Transactions"]
    To :bolts
    David Booth

    To :panthers
    James Wright
    TBL 1st Round Pick 2011​
    [/FIELDSET]

    [FIELDSET="Re-signings/Signings"]
    Steven Stamkos
    Years: 10
    Type: 1-way
    Salary/Year: 6,700,000
    *NTC (Steven Stamkos can list 10 teams he will accept a trade to.)

    Ted Purcell
    Years: 4
    Type: 1-way
    Salary/Year: 1,250,000

    Blair Jones
    Years: 3
    Type: 2-way
    Salary/Year: 750,000

    Mike Lundin
    Years: 3
    Type: 1-way
    Salary/Year: 1,000,000

    Johan Harju
    Years: 2
    Type: 2-way
    Salary/Year: 800,000

    Vladimir Mihalik
    Years: 2
    Type: 2-way
    Salary/Year: 750,000

    Matt Smaby
    Years: 4
    Type: 2-way
    Salary/Year: 750,000

    Alex Berry
    Years: 3
    Type: 2-way
    Salary/Year: 600,000​
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    Line up:

    Alexander Ovechkin-Nikas Backstrom-Mike Knuble

    Marco Sturm-Brooks Laich-Alexader Semin
    Eric Fehr-Marcus Johannson-Matt Bradley
    Jason Chimera-David Steckel-Boyd Gordon

    -Matt Hendricks

    Mike Green-Scott Hannan
    John Carlson-Karl Alzner
    Jeff Schultz-Tom Poti

    -Tyler Sloan
    -John Erksine

    Michael Nevurith
    Semon Varlamov

    Trade Block:

    David Steckel
    Alexander Semin
    Mike Green
    Scott Hannan
    All Picks/Prospects

    Team Needs:

    2nd line center
    Defensive Defensemen
    Energy line guys
    Starting goaltender



    AHL/Prospects:

    1. Evgeny Kuznetsov(RW)- 1st round selection(26th overall) in 2010

    Talent Analysis- Kuznetsov displays a mixture of strength and skill along with the exuberance of other young Russian players such as Evgeny Malkin. His game is still in its early stages of development, and he has the expected shortcomings when it comes to defending consistently and tactical play. What sets him apart from other players his age is his flawless skating, stick handling and passing and pass receiving skills along with a fearless desire - particularly along the boards - to control the puck and create scoring opportunities.

    Potential- Top 6 foward


    2. Mathieu Perreault(C)- 6th round selection(177th overall) in 2006.

    Talent Analysis- Perreault is a small but quick, shifty skater who is a slick playmaker. He has great vision and a keen awareness of his teammates. He is equally adept at releasing a quick shot or making a tape-to-tape pass to an open teammate to create scoring chances. He is a strong centerman and a very good face-off man despite his diminutive size. He has proven to be a clutch, big-game player who produces constant offensive pressure while taking care of his own end. While his lack of size may always be an issue, there is no questioning Perreault’s talent.

    Potential- 2nd line center


    3. Dmitri Orlov(D)- 2nd round selection(55th overall) in 2009.

    Talent Analysis- Orlov is a talented, smooth skating offensive defenseman who prefers to press the attack and create scoring opportunities at all times. His freelancing at times creates openings for the opposition, but Orlov is a constant threat. He is a decent sized player with a strong core but does not play an overly physical game. His strong suit is his creativity and high skill level which allows him to execute the complex plays he conceives. His shooting is accurate if not powerful and he is also adept at finding teammates with quick passes.

    Potential- Top 4 Defensemen & PP Quarterback


    4. Cody Eakin(C)- 3rd round selection(85th overall) in 2009.

    Talent Analysis- Eakin isn’t a big guy and relies on his terrific speed and agility as his two greatest assets for success. He’s a solid two-way player that is very useful as a penalty killer, but is sometimes inconsistent in his defensive play. He’s an aggressive forechecker and will play the body although he’s not known as a punishing hitter. He’s creative and will attack defenders one-on-one but can also distribute the puck and uses his teammates well. Eakin doesn’t panic with the puck and rarely forces passes when under pressure. He is an above shooter and passer and is thus a constant offensive threat. Eakin is a natural centerman but is able to play winger, too. His competitiveness makes him popular with coaches, fans and teammates.

    Potential- 2nd/3rd line center.


    5. Francois Bouchard(RW)- 2nd round selection(35th overall) in 2006.

    Talent Analysis- Bouchard is an adept playmaker, with a quick release and great vision in the offensive zone. He is an excellent shooter, with a great release and a hard shot, and a strong nose for the net. Bouchard is agile and quick but not particularly fast. Bouchard's production has at times been inconsistent and his ability to compete in high pressure situations has been questioned in the past - though he seemed to dispel some of those concerns in the AHL playoffs in 2000-10. Other issues from his junior career revolving around his work ethic and discipline have also shown some progress. Bouchard has loads of stick handling talent, creative moves and is a slick passer, but he lacks strength at times and can be pushed off the puck too easily. To his credit, he's improved both his strength and his combative play since his junior days. He can play a feisty game and battle when it is necessary, but should avoid undisciplined penalties.

    Potential- 2nd line forward(Ceiling) or bottom 6 forward.


    6. Dmitri Kugryshev(RW)- 2nd round selection(58th overall) in 2008.

    Talent Analysis- Kugryshev has been a consistent scorer since his early days of youth hockey in Russia. He is a solid winger who is effective along the boards. He does not have blazing speed, but is quick to change direction and is strong on his skates. He is not overly aggressive but does not shy away from the physical game and is strong enough to hold his own. He plays with strength and balance to win small area battles and work along the walls. Kugryshev plays a two-way game and works on the back check to regain possession. He is clever in the neutral zone and quick to generate the attack off the transition. He is not overly creative but relies on sound, crisp passes to generate offense. He has a quick release and an accurate shot though it's not overly powerful.

    Potential- Top 6 two way forward.

    7. Stanislav Galiev(C)- 3rd round selection(86th overall) in 2010.

    Talent Analysis- A talented puck handler, Galiev has a knack for finding the open man to set up a scoring opportunity. Elusive along the boards, the 18-year-old is hard to knock off the puck, thanks in part to his wide stance, although he would benefit from getting stronger. Already familiar with the demands of the North American game, Galiev has shown willingness for both the physical side of the game as well as helping out in his own zone, but he still needs to improve in both facets.

    Potential- 2nd line/3rd line center.


    8. Braden Holtby(G): 4th round selection(93rd overall) in 2008.

    Talent Analysis- Holtby has the prototypical size that scouts look for in a goalie and is a sound technical goalie that plays a butterfly style. His positioning and top of the net awareness are sometimes an issue as he's been beaten by high shots at times. His side-to-side quickness compares well with probable Washington starter Semyon Varlamov and he controls rebounds well. He has an above average glove hand. Holtby has the stamina and conditioning level to handle a big workload - he was one of the busiest goalies in terms of shots and minutes played during his junior career. As is typical of many young goalies, he can be inconsistent at times. In terms of intangibles, whether it is just a matter of having been in the right place on strong teams or that he elevates the play of the team around him, Holtby has won a lot of games the past two seasons.

    Potential- NHL Starter(Ceiling) or AHL Starter.


    9. Jay Beagle(C)- Signed as a free agent in 2008.(2003 Draft Eligible)

    Talent Analysis- eagle is a big, physical, energy player who does all the little things right. He is a hard-working center whose legs never stop moving, an attribute that has earned him some spot duty with the Capitals. Beagle's finishing abilities and overall scoring touch are inconsistent thus far. Under-sized during his junior days, when he was a big scorer in the Alberta Junior Hockey League, Beagle has grown several inches since and has adapted his game well to take advantage of that size.

    Potential- Energy forward, bottom 6.


    10. Phillipp Grubauer(G)- 4th round selection(112th overall) in 2010.

    Talent Analysis- Grubauer is a big, technically sound, calm goaltender. His strength is his ability to fill the net and utilize his quick legs to make seemingly impossible saves while deflecting pucks out of harm's way. Grubauer is also good at catching the puck with his glove. Having played at a lower level of competition in his native Germany, and seeing limited ice time in his first season with Belleville, he is still learning to deal with the more sophisticated scorers and higher quality shooters in North America. He can sometimes be deked out of position or beaten by accurate shots - particularly in the top of the net.

    Potential- NHL Starter


    11. Anton Gustafsson(C)- 1st round selection(21st overall) in 2008.

    Talent Analysis- Gustafsson is a highly-skilled, two-way center with good size who likes to play the body - sometimes to his own peril as injuries have slowed his development. Gustafsson is still maturing physically but has good hockey sense and is a responsible defender. He works to distribute the puck and looks to create opportunities for his teammates. His shot is not particularly strong but it is accurate and he has a quick release that sometimes surprises opposing goalies. He can be very dangerous and tough to play one-on-one at full speed but does not have great quickness and acceleration. Defensively, he is workmen-like and rarely takes unnecessary risks. He relies on smart decisions and simple plays.

    Potential- Effective 2nd/3rd line center.


    12. Patrick Wey(D)- 4th round selection(115th overall) in 2009.

    Talent Analysis- Wey is a puck-moving defenseman whose game is predicated on getting up the ice and distributing the puck to make plays. He has the ideal height and speed to play at the pro level but is a work in progress in terms of developing his game to compete at the next level. Wey was much-improved after spending a year at Boston College despite missing time to nagging injuries and did well at the USA evaluation camp. Wey is still fairly early in the development process and should benefit from the extra time to train and hone his skills while developing his tactical game at the college level.

    Potential- Top 4 2 way defensemen.


    13. Zach Miskovic(D)- Signed as a free agent in 2009.(2003 draft eligible)

    Talent Analysis- Miskovic is a sound, two-way defensemen who can contribute to the offensive attack. He is not a physically imposing player but plays a solid game in his own zone and is usually in good position. He plays a safe game and relies on smart, quick passes. He has an accurate shot that is especially effective on the power play.

    Potential- Bottom pairing with 2nd PP duties.


    14. Patrick McNeil(D)- 4th round selection(118th overall) in 2005.

    Talent Analysis- McNeill is an offense-first defenseman in an organization that likes to feature the backline in the attack. McNeill's mobility and puck movement skills are the strength of his game He does not play a particularly physical type of game but relies on positioning to prevent scoring opportunities. McNeill has a good shot and was one of the top power play quarterbacks in the junior ranks. He is very elusive and has terrific one-on-one ability. McNeill, despite his offensive ability, is sometimes a liability in his own end. He at times takes obstruction penalties after being beaten by opposition forwards due to improper positioning. He has improved in making the transition from attack to defense, but this is still a developing area of his game.

    Potential- Bottom pairing, PP specialist.


    15. Phil DeSimone(C)- 3rd round selection(84th overall) in 2007.

    Talent Analysis- DeSimone is a speedy forward who has the skills to impress and leadership abilities both on and off the ice. His two-way play is a work in progress but he has begun to correct some of his shortcomings when it comes to positioning and defensive awareness. DeSimone sees the ice well and is more of a playmaker than a true sniper. He is patient with with the puck and has good hockey sense when it comes to creating scoring chances.

    Potential- 3rd line playmaker.


    Other players:

    Brandon Anderson(G), Trevor Bruess(C), Greg Burke(LW), Samuel Carrier(D), Viktor Dovgan(D), Dan Dunn(G), Joe Finley(D), Brett Flemming(D), Andrew Glass(LW), Josh Godfrey(D), Caleb Hebert(C), Nick Larson(C), Garrett Mitchell(RW), Dustin Stevenson(D), Mikhail Yunkov(C), Keith Aucoin(F), Joel Broda(F), Jake Hauswirth(F), Igor Ignatushkin(F), Jakub Klepis(F), Ivan Nepriayev(F), Maxim Orlov(F), Steven Pinizotto(F), Kyle Wilson(F), Sean Collins(D), Igor Shadilov(D), Artem Ternvasky(D), Sergei Zimakov(D), Dany Sabourin(G)







    Draft Picks:

    2011: WSH 1st, WSH 3rd, WSH 4th, WSH 5th, WSH 6th, WSH 7th



    Contract Status:
    Alexander Ovechkin- $9,538,462(Signed until 2021-2022)
    Alexander Semin- $6,000,000(2010-2011)$6,700,000(2011-2012)
    Niklas Backstrom- $6,700,000(Signed until 2020-2021)
    Marco Sturm- $3,500,000(UFA)
    Mike Knuble- $2,800,000(UFA)
    Eric Fehr- $2,200,000(Signed until 2012-2013*RFA*)
    Brooks Laich- $2,066,667(UFA)
    Jason Chimera- $1,875,000(Signed until 2012-2013)
    Matt Bradley- $1,000,000(UFA)
    Marcus Johansson- $950,000(Signed until 2013-2014*RFA*)
    Boyd Gordon- $800,000(UFA)
    Matt Hendricks- $575,000(2010-2011)$825,000(Signed until 2013-2014)
    David Steckel- $1,100,000(Signed until 2013-2014)
    Mike Green- $5,250,000(Signed until 2012-2013*RFA*)
    Scott Hannan- $4,500,000(UFA)
    Tom Poti- $3,500,000(2010-2011)$2,875,000(Signed until 2013-2014)
    Jeff Schultz- $2,750,000(Signed until 2014-2015)
    Karl Alzner- $1,675,000(RFA)
    John Erksine - $1,250,000(2010-2011)$1,500,000(Signed until 2013-2014)
    John Carlson- $845,833(Signed until 2012-2013)
    Tyler Sloan- $700,000(Signed until 2012-2013)
    Michal Neuvirth- $821,667(2010-2011)$1,150,000(Signed until 2013-2014)
    Semyon Varlamov- $821,667(RFA)

    2010-2011 Cap total: $61,219,296.



    Trades:


    Signings:


     
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  12. :leafs

    Lupup-Bozak-kessel
    Kulemin-Grabovski-MacArthur
    Brown-Boyce-Armstrong
    Orr/Rosehill-Brent-Sjo

    Aulie-Phaneuf
    Schenn-Gunnarson
    Komisarek-Lebda


    Reimer
    Gigure
    Gusty
     
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  13. CR15

    CR15 Registered User

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    Patrick Sharp (3.9) Jonathan Toews (6.3) Patrick Kane (6.3)


    Bryan Bickell (541k) David Bolland (3.375) Marian Hossa (5.275)


    Micheal Frolik (1.275) Andrew Cogliano (1.00) Troy Brouwer (1.025)


    Anthony Stewart (632k) Ryan Johnson (500k) Tomas Kopecky (1.2)

    ex Stalhberg


    Duncan Keith (5.538) Brent Seabrook (3.5)

    Brian Campbell (7.142.875) :facepalm: Nik Hjalmarsson (3.5)

    Nick Leddy (1.116.666) John Scott (500k)


    Corey Crawford (800k)
    Marty Turco (1.3)

    Cap Total

    53,149,051 + 4.157,753 carry over bonus

    57,781,804

    space 1,618,196

    List of NMC/NTC

    NMC

    Kane
    Toews
    Keith
    Turco

    Campbell limited NTC​

    Draft Picks

    1st
    2nd(Atl)
    2nd (Cgy)
    3rd (Tor)
    3rd
    4th
    5th
    6th
    7th
    7th(Bos)
     
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  14. highoffglass

    highoffglass Cheers!

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    Dallas Stars

    Roster
    Jamie Benn (821,667) - Brad Richards (7.8 mil) - Loui Eriksson (4,226,667)
    Brendan Morrow(4.1 mil) - Mike Ribeiro (5 mil) - Jamie Lagenbrunner (2.8 mil)
    Steve Ott (2,950,000) - Jason Williams (500k) - David Clarkson (2,666,667 mil)
    Brian Sutherby (812,500) - Vladimir Sobotka (750k) - Adam Burish (1,150,000)

    Tom Wandell (775,000) - Toby Peterson (775k)

    Jeff Woywitka (500k)- Stephane Robidas (3.3 mil)
    Trevor Daley (2.3 mil) - Alex Goligoski (1,833,333)
    Mark Fistric (1 mil) - Karlis Skratins (1,375,000)





    Kari Lehtonen (3,550,000)
    Andrew Raycroft (650,000)

    CAP PAYROLL 52,477,107
    BONUSES 435,000
    CAP SPACE 5,933,893

    Trade Block
    Looking for a top six forward, Depth at forward, and a back-up goalie.

    Everyone is available for the right price...

    Prospects

    http://www.hockeysfuture.com/articl...emains_the_top_prospect_for_the_dallas_stars/

    Draft Picks
    1st
    2nd* If I resign Langenbrunner, or win a playoff round - pick goes to NJ
    3rd* goes to NJ if conditions aren't met
    4th
    5th
    6th
    7th
     
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  15. Made Dan

    Made Dan Registered User

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    Originated: 1932
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    Head Coach: Mike Babcock

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    Henrik Zetterberg -Pavel Datsyuk -Johan Franzen
    Andrew Brunette-Jiri Hudler-Danny Cleary
    Tomas Holmstrom - Mike Modano -Darren Helm
    Tomas Tatar -Drew Miller-Justin Abdelkader
    Brad Staubitz

    Nicklas Lidstrom -Brian Rafalski
    Niklas Kronwall-Brad Stuart
    Greg Zanon-Jonathan Ericsson
    Jakub Kindl

    Nik Backstrom
    Chris Osgood
    PROSPECTS:
    Jakub Kindl, D, 23

    Top Wing's prospect Kindl has, predictably, split time between Detroit and Grand Rapids this season. Spending some of his time with Detroit as a healthy scratch, he has nonetheless appeared in over a dozen games, but has yet to record a point. Recently returned to Detroit from a conditioning stint with Grand Rapids over the holidays, Kindl has performed well when he has suited up for the Griffins this year, moving the puck with confidence, and continuing to solidify his defensive game. While there is no indication of any great leap forward, Kindl's play has improved, though he still has a tendency to turn the puck over at inopportune times. This season will likely be a trying time for Kindl, one in which he will have to stay positive and wait for his opportunities to play. After a few seasons as the top defensive prospect for the Red Wings, Kindl now has some better competition pushing him, and hopefully this will inspire him to elevate his game.

    Brendan Smith, D, 21

    In Kindl's absence from Grand Rapids, Brendan Smith has become the Griffin's top offensive blueliner. With 22 points through the first 36 games, Smith is amongst the top ten AHL scorers amongst both rookies and defensemen. While the offensive production has been strong, Smith has also managed to keep his plus/minus up, and that may actually be a better sign of his development. While he still has much to work on in the defensive zone, Smith's size and skating ability are NHL-ready. Whether Smith's strong play extends into the second half of the season, where many former collegians tend to "hit the wall", will show whether he needs to upgrade his conditioning in preparation for next season.

    Tomas Tatar, C, 20

    Tatar had a slow start to the season, but since he erupted for seven points in a late November win over the Chicago Wolves, he has enjoyed a bit more consistency, and currently leads the Griffins in scoring. While his speed and fearlessness are exemplary, Tatar still needs to improve his upper-body strength if he hopes to be an NHL regular. Having just turned 20, Tatar should physically mature a bit more, and will look to make an impact at next year's training camp. Currently, Tatar leads the Griffins in points with 29 through 35 games. He was recently called up to the NHL where he has so far posted one goal in three game

    Gustav Nyquist
    Is poised for a very strong junior year at the University of Maine. Has the tools to be a playmaker with strong two-way ability as well. An all-around safe player.

    Jan Mursak, RW, 22

    The fastest skater amongst the Wings' stable of young thoroughbreds, Mursak was recently rewarded with his first NHL appearance. Though he saw little ice time, Mursak's speed was noticeable, and he acquitted himself well. While down at the farm, Mursak has performed at about the same level as last season, where he was much improved. Still in need of some muscle mass, Mursak does show a willingness to go to the greasy areas of the ice, and increased strength will only make him more effective in that regard. While it is unclear how long Mursak will spend with the Wings through the recent injury bug, any NHL ice time will give a better read on his potential at the top level.

    Thomas McCollum, G, 21

    With veteran Joey MacDonald backstopping Grand Rapids, McCollum was recently demoted to the ECHL's Toledo Walleye in order to receive more playing time. While a step backwards, McCollum has performed very well with the Walleye thus far, hopefully indicating that McCollum realizes that he needs to recommit himself to improving. Since he had not won a game since mid-November, the Griffins decided that McCollum's confidence was shot, and sent him down to straighten out his game. With Daniel Larsson's departure for Sweden, the road is open for McCollum to seize the reins as the Wings unquestioned number three goalie. If MacDonald remains in net for the Griffins all season, McCollum could conceivably spend the rest of the season in Toledo. With the Griffins, McCollum posted a 5-10-2 record, a 3.11 goals against average, and a .884 save percentage. With Toledo, he has a 3-0 record, a 2.10 goals against average and a .928 save percentage.

    Riley Sheahan
    Sheahan has all the skills necessary to be a power forward type player. He possesses excellent shooting and playmaking ability. His large frame allows him to hold onto the puck for extended periods of time. Is an all-around excellent prospect, showing himself to be more than capable of playing defensive hockey as well.
    Projects as a first or second line power forward. Has the ability and size to play any role, which makes him a very likely candidate to play in the NHL one day. Sheahan will spend his sophomore year as a member of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.

    Other prospects:

    Daniel Larsson, G
    Landon Ferraro, C
    Calle Jarnkrok, C
    Teemu Pulkkinen, LW
    Andrej Nestrasil, C
    Adam Almqvist, D
    Cory Emmerton, C
    Dick Axelsson, LW
    Mattias Ritola, C
    William Coetzee, RW
    Gleason Fournier, D
    Joakim Andersson, C
    Louis-Marc Aubry, C
    Mitchell Callahan, RW
    Julien Cayer, C
    Travis Ehrhardt, D
    Nick Jensen, D
    Sergei Kolosov, D
    Brian Lashoff, D
    Brooks Macek, C
    Benjamin Marshall, D
    Petr Mrazek, G
    Max Nicastro, D
    Nick Oslund, RW
    Francis Pare, C
    Trevor Parkes, RW
    Jordan Pearce, G
    Sebastien Piche, D
    Logan Pyett, D
    Brent Raedeke, C
    Bryan Rufenach, D
    Jesper Samuelsson, C

    Cap Space:
     
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  16. dustyrockon

    dustyrockon Registered User

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    Jussi Jokinen (1.700M UFA) - Eric Staal (8.250M) - Nikolay Zherdev (2.000M UFA)
    Jerom Samson (512.5K) - Jeff Skinner (1.400M) - Eric Cole (2.900M UFA)
    Guillaume Latendresse (2.500M UFA) - Brandon Sutter (1.225M RFA) - Chad LaRose (1.700M UFA)
    Kris Versteeg (3.083M RFA) - Matt Cullen (3.500M) - Patrick Dwyer (500K UFA)

    Joe Corvo (2.250M) - Nick Schultz (3.500M UFA)
    Jamie McBain (850K) - Tim Gleason (2.750M)
    Bryan Allen (2.900M) - Jay Harrison (500K UFA)

    Cam Ward (6.300M)
    Justin Peters (525K)

    Total Cap Hit: $51,794,333
    Total Cap Space: $7,605,677

    Top Prospects

    1. Jeff Skinner, C
    2. Zac Dalpe, C
    3. Zach Boychuck, C
    4. Justin Faulk, D
    5. Brian Dumoulin, D
    6. Tyler Cuma, D
    7. Riley Nash, C
    8. Bobby Sanguinetti, D
    9. Oskar Osala, LW
    10. Justin Peters, G
    11. Chris Terry, LW
    12. Mark Alt, D
    13. Mike Murphy, G
    14. Michal Jordan, D
    15. Justin Shugg, LW
     
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  17. TheRedViper

    TheRedViper Registered User

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    D. Sedin - H. Sedin - Burrows
    Ladd - Kesler - Heatley
    Torres - Malhotra - Hansen
    Glass - Lapierre - Tambellini

    Hamhuis - Edler
    Ballard - Salo
    Rome - Alberts

    Luongo
    Schneider
     
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  18. CBJ will post roster once all teams are in and we're up and running. In mean time, all players available. Proposals for Filatov will receive expedited consideration ...
     
  19. RedwingsnCudi13

    RedwingsnCudi13 Registered User

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    ROSTER​


    Forwards​

    Jiri Tlusty C- Mikko Koivu C RW- Martin Havlat A
    Bryan Little -C- Valtteri Filppula - Todd Bertuzzi
    Blake Wheeler -C- Joe Pavelski - Cal Clutterbuck
    Patrick Eaves -C- John Madden - Antti Miettinen
    Colton Gillies, Casey Wellman ​

    Defence​

    Brent Burns A - Marek Zidlicky
    .......... - Joni Pitkanen
    Ruslan Salei - Marco Scandella
    Clayton Stoner​

    Goaltenders​

    Jimmy Howard
    Jose Theodore
    Alex Auld

    Trades​

    Detroit:
    Brunette
    Zanon


    Minnesota:
    Bertuzzi
    Draper
    Salei

    Carolina
    Nick Schultz
    Lattendresse
    Cullen

    Minnesota
    Pitkanen
    Tlusty

    Montreal
    Harding
    Nystrom
    Lehtonen
    3rd

    Minnesota
    Auld
    Avitsin
    Gallagher
    Klubertanz​

    Re-Signings​

    Joni Pitkanen - 4 years : 4.5 Million a year​


    Cap Space
    ROSTER SIZE 25
    SALARY CAP $59,400,000
    CAP PAYROLL $49,411,666
    CAP SPACE $9,958,334


    Prospects
    1- Mikael Granlund
    2- Matt Hackett
    3- Jason Zucker
    4- Erik Haula
    5- Alexander Avitisin
    6- Johan Larsson
    7- Brandon Gallagher
    8- Justin Falk
    9- Paul Postma
    10- Cody Almond


    In NHL Line Up
    Colton Gillies
    Marco Scandella
    Casey Wellman​
     
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  20. backtrack153

    backtrack153 Registered User

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    Atlanta Thrashers :thrashers

    9 Lee Stempniak (1.9) 12 Josh Bailey (1.275) 83 Ales Hemsky (4.2)
    21 Mason Raymond (2.55) 80 Nikolai Antropov (4.0) 21 Brain Rolston (5.06)
    96 Pierre Marc Bouchard (4.06) 17 Torrey Mitchell (1.0) 10 Cody Hodgeson (1.67
    19 Chuck Kobasew (2.3) 14 Tim Stapleton (0.8) 36 Eric Boulton (0.65)

    77 Tom Gilbert (4.0) 39 Tobias Enstrom (3.75)
    2 Matt Greene (3.375) 25 Cameron Barker (3.08)
    6 Ron Hainsey (4.5) 5 Kent Huskins (1.0)
    x- 24 Freddy Meyer (0.6)

    31 Ondrej Pavelec (1.15)
    1 Peter Mannino (0.75)


    Draft Picks:

    1st NYI
    1st ATL
    1st LAK
    2nd LAK
    2nd CHI
    2nd CAR
    3rd ATL
    6th ATL
    6th MTL
    7th CGY


    TOP PROSPECTS:
    Derek Forbort, D
    Arturs Kulda, D
    Ivan Telegin, C
    Eric O'Dell, C
    Daultan Leveille, C
    Julian Melchiori, D
    Vinny Saponari, RW
    Zach Redmond, D
    Jordan Samuels-Thomas, LW
    Angelo Esposito, C
    Casey Cizikas, C
    Akim Aliu, RW
    Alex Kangas, G
    Edward Pasquale, G
    John Albert, C
    Fredrik Pettersson, LW
    Danick Paquette, RW

    Trade Block:
    Hainsey

    Looking for:
    1st line center

    Re signings:
    Ladd 2.8/3 yrs
    Bogosian 5/5 yrs
    Wheeler 2.2/2 yrs
    Schremp 1.2/1 yr
    Stewart 1.8/2 yrs
     
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  21. BoldNewLettuce

    BoldNewLettuce Esquire

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    CAP PAYROLL; 54m
    CAP SPACE; 5m
    ROSTER; 23


    [FIELDSET="PHOENIX COYOTES ROSTER"]
    Bobby Ryan-Martin Hanzal-Shane Doan
    Ray Whitney-Kyle Turris-Taylor Pyatt
    Cody McLeod-Eric Belanger-Radim Vrbata
    Spencer Machacek-Vernon Fiddler-Lauri Korpikoski

    Ed Jovanovski-Michal Rozsival
    Rostislav Klesla-Derek Morris
    Oliver Ekman Larsson-Adrian Aucoin

    Ilya Bryzgalov
    Jason Labarbera​


    Scratches; Andrew Ebbett, David Schlemko, Paul Bissionette
    Out for season; Sauer ​
    (IR)
    [/FIELDSET]


    [FIELDSET=DRAFT PICKS]
    [/FIELDSET]

    [FIELDSET="PROSPECTS"]
    1. Oliver Ekman-Larsson, D
    2. Brett MacLean, LW
    3. Brandon Gormley, D
    4. Chris Summers, D
    5. David Schlemko, D
    6. Viktor Tikhonov, RW
    7. Spencer Machacek, RW
    8. Maxim Goncharov, D
    9. Chris Brown, LW
    10. Michael Stone, D
    11. Oscar Lindberg, C
    [/FIELDSET]​

    TRANSACTIONS and SIGNINGS


    1.UFA;
    Ilya Bryzgalov
    4.71/yr, 7 years = 6mil,6mil,5mil,5mil,5mil,3mil,3mil = 4.71 cap hit
    1-way

    Vernon Fiddler
    1/yr, 3 years
    1-way

    2.RFA;
    Victor Tikhonov
    900k/yr, 2 years (+ 100k bonuses) = 1.0m cap hit
    1-way

    Mikael Boedker
    950k/yr, 2 years (+300k bonuses) = 1.25m cap hit
    1-way

    Brett MacLean
    900k/yr, 2 years (+200k bonuses) = 1.1m cap hit
    2-way

    Kyle Turris
    2.3m/yr, 3 years
    1-way

    [FIELDSET="TRADES"]


    [/FIELDSET]

    CAPGEEK.COM TOTALS (follow @capgeek on Twitter)
    (these totals are compiled without the bonus cushion)
    SALARY CAP: $59,400,000; CAP PAYROLL: $54,060,416; BONUSES: $850,000
    CAP SPACE (23-man roster): $5,339,584
     
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  22. MisterD

    MisterD 5-14-6-1

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    Location:
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    New Jersey Roster

    FORWARDS:
    Ilya Kovalchuk (6.67) - Jaco Josefson (.9) - Patrick Elias (6.0)
    Mattias Tedenby (.88) - David Steckel (1.1) - Max Pacioretty (.91)
    Danius Zubrus (3.4) - Nick Palmeiri (.80) - Adam Mair (.52)
    Rod Pellery (.55) - Blair Betts(.7) - Vladimir Zharkov (.85)


    DEFENSE:
    Anton Volchenkov (4.25) - Henrik Tallinder (3.38)
    Colin White (3.0) - Travis Hamonic (.875)
    Matt Corrente (.82) - Andy Greene (.74)

    Scratches: Anssi Salmela (.62), Mark Fayne (.54), Mark Fraser (.5)



    IR

    Bryce Salvador (2.9)
    Matthew Taormina (.51)


    GOALTENDERS:
    Martin Brodeur (5.2)
    Johan Hedberg (1.5)


    The Trade Block

    Martin Brodeur, Henrik Tallinder, Patrick Elias

    UNTOUCHABLE:
    Mattias Tedenby

    WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR:

    Draft Picks
    Prospects

    TOP PROSPECTS:

    Jon Merrill, D
    Mattias Tedenby, LW
    Travis Hamonic, D
    Max Pacioretty, LW
    Louis Leblanc, C
    Jacob Josefson, C
    Alexander Urbom, D
    Brandon Burlon, D
    Adam Henrique, C
    Kiriil Kabanov, RW
    Eric Gelinas, D
    Nick Palmieri, RW
    Matt Corrente, D
    Alexander Vasyunov, LW
    Jeff Frazee, G
    Scott Wedgewood, G
    Matt Taormina, D
    Maxime Clermont, G
    Mike Hoeffel, LW
    Mark Fayne, D
    David Wohlberg, C
    David McIntyre, C
    Seth Helgeson, D
    Curtis Gedig, D


    Cap Space

    Roster Cap-hit: 44.705
    LTIR Credit: 3.41
    Cap hit: 48.115





    Draft Pick Ownsership

    2011 DRAFT:
    NJD 1st round pick
    MTL 1st round pick
    NYI 2nd round pick
    STL 2nd round pick
    MTL 4th round pick
    NJD 4th round pick
    NJD 5th round pick
    ATL 5th round pick
    ATL 7th round pick
    NJD 7th round pick

    2012 DRAFT:
    -



    Transactions:

    To Dallas: David Clarkson

    To New Jersey: STL 2011 2nd round pick



    To Monteral: Zach Parise, NJ 2011 6th round pick

    To New Jersey: Max Pacioretty, Louie Leblanc, MTL 2011 1st round pick, MTL 2011 4th round pick


    To NYI: Travis Zajac

    To NJ: Travis Hamonic, NYI 2011 2nd round pick, Kiriil Kabanov


    To ATL: Brian Rolston

    To NJ: Atl 5th, Atl 7th


    To PHI: DAL 2nd/3rd round pick

    To NJ: Blair Betts


    Re-signings:

    Johan Hedberg $1.1M/1 year
     
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  23. ShameOnYouZidlicky

    ShameOnYouZidlicky Registered User

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    Taylor Hall - Shawn Horcoff - Jordan Eberle
    Dustin Penner - Sam Gagner - Magnus Paajrvi
    Ryan Jones - Jim Slater - Linus Omark
    Gilbert Brule - Colin Fraser - JF Jacques

    Ryan Whitney - Ladislav Smid
    Zach Bogosian - Theo Peckham
    Jim Vandermeer - Kurtis Foster

    Nikolai Khabibulin
    Devan Dubnyk

    Ex's: Zach Stortini, Jason Strudwick, Steve Mcintyre​
     
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  24. habsman56

    habsman56 Habs&Hoops

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    NASHVILLE PREDATORS

    Captain: Shea Weber
    Alternate Captain: Ryan Suter
    Alternate Captain: David Legwand


    [FIELDSET="LINE-UP"]
    FORWARDS
    Martin Erat - David Legwand - Patric Hornqvist
    Sergei Kostitsyn - Mike Fisher - JP Dumont
    Nick Spaling - Colin Wilson - Joel Ward
    Blake Geoffrion - Jerred Smithson - Jordin Tootoo
    EX: Matt Halischuk

    DEFENSEMEN
    Ryan Suter - Shea Weber
    Kevin Klein - Jonathan Blum
    Cody Franson - Shane O'Brien

    GOALTENDERS
    Pekka Rinne
    Anders Lindback
    [/FIELDSET]
    [FIELDSET="CAP INFO"]
    ROSTER SIZE: 21
    SALARY CAP: $59,400,000
    TEAM CAP NUMBER: $45,866,667
    CAP SPACE: $13,533,333
    [/FIELDSET]
    [FIELDSET="TEAM INFO"]

    INJURIES:
    Steve Sullivan - OUT FOR REGULAR SEASON
    Matthew Lombardi - OUT FOR SEASON
    Francis Bouillon - OUT FOR COUPLE MORE WEEKS
    Marcel Goc - OUT FOR SEASON
    Cal O'Reilly - UNKNOWN

    UNTOUCHABLES:
    Shea Weber
    Ryan Suter
    Pekka Rinne

    NEEDS:
    Top 6 forwards

    AVAILABLE:
    JP Dumont
    Martin Erat
    [/FIELDSET]​
     
  25. :isles

    Line Up

    Moulson-Tavares-Parenteau
    Kane-Zajac-Okposo
    Nielsen-Burmistrov-Grabner
    Gillies-Kenopka-Comeau

    Striet-Martinek
    Hillen-Gervais
    Jurcina-MacDonald

    Montoya
    Pouilon

    Top Prospects
    Nino Niederreiter, LW
    Travis Hamonic, D-Traded
    Calvin de Haan, D-Traded
    Kirill Petrov, RW
    Ty Wishart, D
    Matt Donovan, D
    Anders Lee, C
    Brock Nelson, C
    Rhett Rakhshani, RW
    Casey Cizikas, C
    Jason Gregoire, LW
    Kevin Poulin, G
    Jesse Joensuu, LW
    Matt Martin, LW
    Anders Nilsson, G
    Mikko Koskinen, G
    Kirill Kabanov, RW-Traded
    David Ullstrom, C
    Blake Kessel, D
    Corey Trivino, C
     
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