Milan Lucic – Tomas Plekanec – Ales Hemsky
Max Pacioretty – Alex Galchenyuk – Brian Gionta
Mattias Tedenby – Lars Eller – Brendan Gallagher
Brandon Prust – Gabriel Dumont – Ryan White
Josh Gorges – PK Subban
Andrei Markov – Alexei Emelin
Rafael Diaz – Roman Hamrlik
Ilya Kovalchuk (6.667) - Mikhail Grigorenko (1.775) - Ryane Clowe (5)
Patrick Elias (3.5) - Adam Henrique (2.75) - Bryan Little (3.25)
Magnus Paajarvi-Svensson (1) - Nathan MacKinnon (3.775) - Dainus Zubrus (2)
Pascal Dupuis (1.5) - Jacob Josefson (1.5) - Boyd Gordon (1.25)
Bryce Salvador (3.167) - Adam Larsson (.925)
Marco Scandella (1) - Anton Babchuk (2.75)
Andy Greene (3) - Mark Fayne (1.3)
Martin Brodeur (4.5)
Josh Harding (1.9)
B.J. Crombeen (1), Stefen Gionta (.563), Mike Kostka (.800)
Buyout against cap: Boulton (.25), Hunter (.667)
Total cap hit: 55.789mil$
Total cap space: 8.511mil$
Last edited by C-Saku Koivu MTL: 01-21-2013 at 12:41 PM.
CAPGEEK.COM TOTALS (follow @capgeek on Twitter)
(these totals are compiled with the bonus cushion)
SALARY CAP: $64,300,000; CAP PAYROLL: $61,677,500; BONUSES: $202,500
CAP SPACE (22-man roster): $2,825,000
Emerson Etem 8.0C Derrick Pouliot 8.0C Teuvo Teravainen 7.5C Brian Dumoulin 7.0B Joel Armia 7.5C Brandon Saad 7.5C Devante Smith-Pelley 7.0B Duncan Siemens 7.5C
John Gibson 7.5C
Rickard Rakell 7.5C
Hampus Lindholm 7.5C
Sami Vatanen 7.5C
Peter Holland 7.5C
William Karlsson 7.5C
Max Friberg 7.0C Johan Gustaffson 7.0C
Nicholas Kerdiles 7.0C
Andy Welinski 7.0C
I agree with Soli that we should plan out who the FA agents are prior to FA period. Maybe if we had them declared prior to the draft (and this is something that the players will have to take initiative with).
Seriously, I PMed one person to sign an UFA, wrong person I was told and PM was fw to a 2nd person... who just informed me today that I have to send it to a 3rd person...
too late, the guy was signed already, at less than what I was offering.
Loui Eriksson - Jason Spezza - Jakob Silfverberg
Mike Hoffman - Kyle Turris - Joffrey Lupul
Colin Greening - Peter Regin - Daniel Alfredsson
Jim O'Brien - Zack Smith - Chris Neil
Marc Methot - Erik Karlsson
Patrick Wiercioch - Paul Martin
Chris Phillips - Brandon Gormley
Buyout = $200,000
Salary Cap = $64,300,000
Total Cap Hit = $52,909,667
Cap Space Available = $11,390,333
Prospects: Brandon Gormley (D), Jakob Silfverberg (RW), Robin Lehner (G), Stefan Noesen (RW), Cody Ceci (D), Mark Stone (RW), Mark Borowiecki (D), Patrick Wiercioch (D), Shane Prince (LW), Tyler Hill (LW), Phil Di Giuseppe (LW), Mike Hoffman (LW), Tyler Wootherspoon (D), Derek Grant (C)
Pretty happy with our season/offseason- added Loui Eriksson and Joffrey Lupul to our top six, creating three potent scoring lines in the process. Re-vamped the defense and added a blue chipper in Brandon Gormley. The depth is there in the prospect pool for continued success.
We didn't get the "big gun" we were looking for in FA, but Brad MArchand and an improving Atkinson, Dubs and AA wills trengthen our top-six. Palmieri was added in the Seth Jones trade, so he'll be given a long look at camp
In the mix: Skille, Jenner, Calvert, whoever is the odd man out in the Top-six battle
Bourque and Skille are low-risk reclamation projects. the 4th line is lacking in skill, but looks downright NASTY. Good luck with that, future opponents
7 D-spots available, 9 men that are NHL-ready (plus guys like Goubluef and Barberio that will get a look). This should be exciting. Savard, Moore, Erixon and JJ are the future, but Nikitin-Tutyin play well together, and Kaberle was another low-risk veteran that wouldn't look out of place in any pairing. Murray will be a franchise D-man, but a year in the AHL to adjust to the pro game will likely be best for him
Again, a surplus of talent. We will likely carry 3 G to start the year, and their play in camp will determine 1A, 1B, and trade bait. All 3 are #1-capable but have struggled lately, we are hoping the camp battle will jumpstart their skills.
York, Tokarski and Oliver Dansk will also get looks, but will barring an injury continue to grow in the AHL and/or Europe
Avs decided to roll four offensive lines, any of the 12 forwards can play on any of the lines depending on chemistry. We believe that we can just constantly send wave after wave of offensive attacks until the other team collapses. Our defense and goaltending are young, with lots of potential and already pretty darn good. Yep.