Discussion in 'Vegas Golden Knights' started by BattleBorn, Jun 23, 2019.
A thread for all your prospect and Calder cup finalist needs.
Highlights of Jack Dugan from his freshman year at Providence. This kid is a player - have to believe he'll sign after his sophomore year.
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Hyka officially signs with Chelyabinsk in the KHL
Take a Hyka..... I kid, I just couldn't resist. But good luck to him
Best of luck to Carr in Nashville.
Legace too? I knew Lagace was gone, but was hoping Legace would stick around.
You say Lagace, I say Legace.
Well, his birth certificate says....aww forget it.
Potential Wolves lineup next October
Zykov Glass/Pirri Kolesar
McKenzie Brown/Roy Elvenes
Jones Quinney Rondbjerg
Goulbourne Leschyshyn Duke
Who said Zykov and Pirri are on a two-way deal? Shoot, I'd take this roster in a heartbeat but until we find out about Gusev, then no way Pirri is down here. I want Vegas to sign Arturs Kulda (top 3 best D-man in Wolves history), Teemu Pulkkinen, and TJ Tynan to two-way deals. Would solidify depth both ways. Also hope Wade Megan signs an AHL deal with the Wolves. Much better than being in a **** Griffins sweater!
Tynan just signed with...Colorado I think.
That's not what 2way means. Anyone without a no move clause can be waived & assigned to the minors.
Pirri might get claimed though if a team has a couple of forward injuries. Regardless, the Wolves should be very strong (until Vegas needs to call some people up )
You're gonna make chihockey implode before the season even starts!
Great, just saw that. And yes, the most hardcore Wolves fan will implode quickly, unless there are some further two-way contracts made assuming we trade off cap space in the near future.
Maybe they should keep Glass & Pirri on the big club...
Two-way contracts only mean the player is paid a different rate depending on if NHL or AHL/ECHL. It has nothing to do with waiver exemptions.
By definition, an ELS is a two-way contract.
Usually, someone playing on a two way deal beyond ELS is a journeyman minor leaguer who might get a call up in injury situation.
BUT, players on one way deals can be assigned to AHL. (May have to clear waivers first) And the first $925k of their contract is removed from cap (but anything above that does impact NHL cap).
Wolves went to the finals while Knights went out first round, didn't chihockey say something along the lines of that both teams should see similar success?
And the previous year, the Knights went to the Finals while the Wolves were knocked out of the first round. Now both win Cups in 2020 together? Maybe, but the burden shouldn't be on the Wolves to fill in the rest of Vegas's roster because we have mismanagement of contracts. Clarkson is turmoil and a couple others may be the same i.e. Reaves.
I'm down for this.
Those are Vegas’ players Chi-town. Every AHL term bears that burden. It’s there lot in life. You must be happy with the recent Checker raid.
You just went to the Finals and this team had provided you with as competitive a roster as any team in the AHL, an expansion team by the way.
I bought that Wolves playoff package and enjoyed it. I don’t see many problems with the relationship.
you guys do any prospect polls over the summer? i like a lot of the guys beyond the top 3.
dorofeyev, schuldt, rondjberg, ahac, korczak all look pretty solid.
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