Thread: Line Combos: Signed Team + Cap
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08-20-2010, 10:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Joker5123 View Post
Milan Michalek ($4.333m) / Jason Spezza ($7.000m) / Daniel Alfredsson ($4.875m)
Peter Regin ($1.000m) / Mike Fisher ($4.200m) / Alexei Kovalev ($5.000m)
Nick Foligno ($1.200m) / Chris Kelly ($2.125m) / Chris Neil ($2.000m)
Jarkko Ruutu ($1.300m) / Zack Smith ($0.583m) / Roman Wick ($0.625m)
Jesse Winchester ($0.750m)

Sergei Gonchar ($5.500m) / Filip Kuba ($3.700m)
Erik Karlsson ($1.300m) / Chris Campoli ($1.400m)
Chris Phillips ($3.500m) / Jared Cowen ($1.295m)
Matt Carkner ($0.700m)

Pascal Leclaire ($3.800m) / Brian Elliott ($0.850m)

(these totals are compiled using the bonus cushion)
ROSTER: 22; CAP:$59.4m; PAYROLL: $58.966m; CAP ROOM: $0.434m; BONUSES: $0.850m

If these lineups are gonna happen, we would have to have traded Ryan Shannon for a pick, Jared Cowen, Roman Wick and Zack Smith all making the team. And if you're wondering why Kuba is up with Gonchar well, they're both offensive defensmen, Campoli is with Karlsson, and if Cowen makes the team he'll learn loads from Phillips as a defensive defensmen.

Edit: I have a real problem with this, you have Karlsson and Campoli together. they should be learning from more experienced guys, especially Karlsson. You also have Phillips, a top shut down defenseman, in the bottom pairing. And then having Kuba and Gonchar in the same pairing, why not spread out the production? This was the problem before, one shut down pairing who couldn't move the puck up the ice. You are going back to the same formula why?

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