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06-10-2008, 12:30 AM
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How much do ppl figure o'byrne and gorges will fetch??
O'Byrne
1 yr 650k two-way or
2 yrs 1.3M one-way

Gorges
1 yr 700k or
2 yrs 1.6M

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06-10-2008, 12:32 AM
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According to nhlnumbers.com, $0.640 for Cullimore, 0.125 for Salmelainen.
http://www.nhlnumbers.com/overview.php?team=MTL
don't forget Dandenault 0.583k for each of the next two years


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O'Byrne
1 yr 650k two-way or
2 yrs 1.3M one-way

Gorges
1 yr 700k or
2 yrs 1.6M
Those would be pretty good numbers for those two...id be very happy with that.

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laps numbers are nice, hopefully Gainey can bang out some more contracts with good numbers as well. he needs to be smart with his cap space

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They said 650 thousand first year, 800 thousand second year. Wich means probably around 725 per year. I figure Lappy is similar to Talbot with less grit(less of a mean streak) but with more offensive upsides down the line. The problem is that Carbo will have to adjust because sure he wants his third and fourth liners to play well defensively but Maxim shines when he forecheck like mad. That's the thing he does well more that anything else.

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O'Byrne
1 yr 650k two-way or
2 yrs 1.3M one-way

Gorges
1 yr 700k or
2 yrs 1.6M
I think Gorges will be closer to a million per year for two.

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06-10-2008, 02:00 PM
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I think Gorges will be closer to a million per year for two.
Agreed. O'Byrne maybe 650 per for two. He's still RFA then I think. He's only been pro for two years.

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06-10-2008, 02:10 PM
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They said 650 thousand first year, 800 thousand second year. Wich means probably around 725 per year. I figure Lappy is similar to Talbot with less grit(less of a mean streak) but with more offensive upsides down the line. The problem is that Carbo will have to adjust because sure he wants his third and fourth liners to play well defensively but Maxim shines when he forecheck like mad. That's the thing he does well more that anything else.
There is no way Lapierre is even close to Talbot, Talbot is a way better 2 way player with more grit and offensive upside over Lappy as well.

If Lappy was a Talbot type Gainey would have locked him up long term.

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Max is a very good skater with grit and that is often forgotten. Its like skating isnt a skill.
I would like to see Maxwell centering Max and Gui Gui

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Very happy with the signing. He's a good horse.

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Habs Inside Out is stating that the new contract that Maxim Lapierre inked with the Habs will pay him $575,000 for 2008-09 and $800,000 for the 2009-10 season for an average of $687,500 a season.

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06-11-2008, 09:16 AM
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Habs Inside Out is stating that the new contract that Maxim Lapierre inked with the Habs will pay him $575,000 for 2008-09 and $800,000 for the 2009-10 season for an average of $687,500 a season.
Excellent, I'm liking the deal even more.

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maybe it was expected, but still, I want to congratulate you on this signing. I've seen Lapierre in PO and had liked his gritty game. Congrats, guys. You have young team that will be PO regular in the next decade. Just don't lose bros

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There is no way Lapierre is even close to Talbot, Talbot is a way better 2 way player with more grit and offensive upside over Lappy as well
Lapierre is not close as far as fire and determination. But he hasn't been in the league as long as Talbot. Lapierre has had what one season in his system? Yet he's improved and I think he has the potential to be better than Talbot.

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If Lappy was a Talbot type Gainey would have locked him up long term.
Talbot is a fourth liner who's too small for the kind of game he wants to play and rarely score goals. I would hope Lapierre gets better than that.

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Well, speaking for myself, i think Lapierre will be much faster next season since he lost all that hair the weighed him down so much.


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