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The Marty McFly Universe - HE REDRAFTED THE 21st CENTURY!

BACKGROUND:
The other day, we had another volcanic eruption (Grímsvötn) here in Iceland. It may seem like recurring and everyday news to you now, in this Age of Natural Catastrophes (..and believe me - I have been to Japan, Thailand, Bali, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, USA, Mexico, Costa Rica, Peru & Brazil the past 6,5 months and all these places have endured terrible scenarios due to Mother Nature which I have witnessed – crazy stuff), but this was a ---ummmhh--- special event. Because, out of the seething lava and the apocalyptic ash-clouds spewing out their poison from the distant caldera, came a streak of luminous light that noisily and abruptly landed on my doorsteps in Hvolsvöllur. I saw, through the clearing of dusty clouds, a familiar silhouette of an automobile. Why, wasn´t this the famous DeLorean from the trio of Back to the Future movies, I thought to myself?

Before I could ponder any longer - my suppositions were confirmed and out of the vehicle came a ruffled Marty McFly and his steady traveling companion The Doc. Their dog was nowhere to be seen.
Marty ran torwards me yelling "We did it, Doc, We did it!! We came back to the Future through interdimensional travel which allows changes of past events to occur without causing a paradox ending all life on Earth as we know it. It works, Great Scott, It works". In his hand he held a piece of crumbled paper which he handed me.
"I know you are a Big NYR fan, many times frustrated beyond the edge of the realms of sanity, with the teams´ performance and composition. And its´ awful drafting. But I have solved this! I have created a new Universe where all is possible. There are a few limitations it seems, one is that we can only travel back to all the drafts done in the 21st Century. Going back to the 20th Century most certainly would mean a paradox and BOOM, we would all be gone (The Doc shook his head in agreement). And we cannot press ourselves ahead in time. So we cannot see what happens with your players beyond today. Those are present our limitations..."

Marty went on and explained "Remember Biff and the scorebook from our 2nd movie that made him a trillionaire due to his success with sports betting? This is a bit like that, but then again not really. But here is the deal - you have one week to chose a new NYR team for this season and onward based on the draft picks I have made in my McFly universe dimension based on Doc´s calculations. I have also written some rules below and these must be followed without exception. In one week I will return and see your new NYR team and then invite you for a ride in my shiny car a into new dimension where this team will then appear – almost like magic. All other things should be the same for you. You will not notice a thing has changed in your life - other than the situation regarding the roster on your favorite team." (I did not like the look on The Doc´s face when Marty said this though...) We chatted a bit more (see my COMMENTS below) and then he hastily said -
"See you in a week he said...now we are off to solve the wishes of an extremely disgruntled Chicago Cubs Fan"...”and by the way – you are the new GM of the New York Rangers starting June 1st . Get ready for some action, and don´t be a chicken! Also, be advised that Glen Sather has now semi-retired (actually he was “fired” when Donald Trump bought the team from Mr Dolan) becoming senior Advisor for the new franchise team in Sin City called The Las Vegas Jackpot, co-owned by the Dolan fraction, Donald Trump & The Reinsdorf Group in LA. This is actually a new team entirely comprised of our undefeated 2010-2011 Hartford Wolfpack team. We had a lot of great players in our farm system and it just became so evident they were too good to be true, so it was just inevitable that they just moved the whole team out West. And that was that. The Phoenix franchise was incidentally moved to Seattle this spring as well. And I happened to put a good word in for you with Mr Trump - so he gave you the GM job…”

And into the car and off into a into a bright flash of light they zoomed. I stood in bewilderment with a long list of names in my hands... Here is what it read:

Round NYR Pick nr McFly Pick McFly Pick # Pos Cap hitCountryNHL games NYR "real" pick Nationality Pos NHL games
2000           
2 64 Michael Rupp 76 D $825.000 USA540Filip Novak Czech Republic D 17 - BUST
3 95 Niclas Wallin 97 D $2.650.000 Sweden 689Dominic Moore Canada C 472 - BYE
4 112 Lubomir Visnovsky* 118 D $5.600.000 Slovakia721 Premsyl Duben Czech Republic D 0 - BUST
5 140 John-Michael Liles 159 D $4.200.000 USA559 Nathan Martz Canada C 0 - BUST
5 143 Travis Moen 155 LW $1.550.000 Canada590 Brandon Snee United States G 0 - BUST
6 175 Darcy Hordichuk 180 LW $775.000 Canada512 Sven Helfenstein Czech Republic C 0 - BUST
7 205 Henrik Lundqvist* 205 G $6.875.000 Sweden404 Henrik Lundqvist* Sweden G 404 - BEAUTY
8 238 Darryl Bootland 252 RW $0 - done Canada32Dan Eberly United States D 0 - BUST
9 269 Reto van Arx 271 FW $0 - done Switzerland19 Martin Richter Czech Republic D 0 - BUST
2001       4.066   893
1 10 Aleš Hemský* 13 RW $4.100.000 Czech Republic520 Dan Blackburn Canada G 63 - BROKEN
2 40 Jason Pominville 55 RW $5.300.000 United States499 Fedor Tyutin Russia D 518 - BYE
3 79 Patrick Sharp* 95 C $3.900.000 Canada551Garth Murray Canada C 14 - BASICALLY BUST
4 113 Kyle Wellwood 134 RW $650.000 Canada395 Bryce Lampman United States D 10 - BASICALLY BUST
5 139 Kevin Bieksa 151 D $3.750.000 UFA Canada378 Shawn Collymore Canada RW 0 - BUST
6 176 Jussi Jokinen 192 LW $1.700.000 UFA Finland484 Marrek Zidlicky Czech Republic D 521 - BYE
7 206 Johnny Oduya 221 D $3.500.000 Sweden400 Petr Preucil Czech Republic LW 0 - BUST
7 226 Marek Svatos 227 D $800.000 UFA Slovakia358 Pontus Petterström Sweden LW 0 - BUST
8 230 Milan Jurcina 241 D $1.600.000 Slovak Republic 320Leonid Zvachkin Russia D 0 - BUST
8 238 Pierre-Alexandre Parenteau 264 RW $1.250.000 Canada108 Ryan Hollweg United States C 242 - BYE BOARDER
9 269 Ales Pisa 272 D $0 – done Czech Republic3 Juris Stals Latvia C 0 - BUST
2002       4.016   1.476
2 33 Duncan Keith* 54 D $5.538.462 Canada525 Lee Falardeau United States C 0 - BUST
3 81 Valtteri Filppula 95 FW $3.000.000Finland436 Marcus Jonasen Sweden LW 0 - BUST
4 127 Tom Gilbert 129 D $4.000.000 United States337Nate Guenin United States D 17 - BASICALLY BUST
5 143 James Wisniewski 156 D $3.250.000 UFA United States347 Mike Walsh United States LW 0 - BUST
6 177 Ian White 191 D $2.999.995 UFA Canada401Jake Taylor United States D 0 - BUST
6 194 Maxime Talbot 235 FW $1.050.000 UFA Canada454 Kim Hirschovits Finland C 0 - BUST
7 226 Dennis Wideman 241 D $3.937.500 Canada 483Joey Crabb United States RW 76 - BARELY NHL
8 240 Petr Prucha 240 LW $1.200.000 UFA Czech Republic 370Petr Prucha Czech Republic LW 370 - BYE
9 270 Jonathan Ericsson 291 D $900.000 UFA Sweden208 Rob Flynn United States RW 0 - BUST
2003       3.561    463
1 12 Zach Parise* 17 C $3.125.000 RFA United States457 Hugh Jessiman United States RW 2 - BIG BOMB BUST
2 50 David Backes 62 RW $4.500.000 United States 368Ivan Baranka Slovakia D 1 - BUST
3 75 Zack Stortini 94 RW $700.000 RFA Canada256 Ken Roche United States C 0 - BUST
4 122 Lee Stempniak 148 RW $1.900.000 United States457Corey Potter United States D 9 - BARELY NHL
5 149 Brad Richardsson 163 C $900.000 RFA Canada337 Nigel Dawes Canada LW 223 BYE
6 176 Bruno Gervais 182 D $740.883 RFA Canada283 Ivan Dornic Slovakia C 0 BUST
6 179 Nate Thompson 183 C $900.000 United States197 Philippe Furrer Switzerland D 0 BUST
6 180 Joe Pavelski 205 C $4.000.000 United States389 Chris Holt United States G 2 BUST
7 209 Tobias Enström* 239 D $3.750.000 Sweden318 Dylan Reese United States D 44 - BARELY NHL
8 243 Dustin Byfuglien* 245 D/FW $5.200.000 United States380 Jan Marek Czech Republic F 0 BUST
2004       3.442    281
1 6 Travis Zajac 17 C $3,887,500 Canada436 Al Montoya United States G 24 BYE
1 19 Mike Green* 29 D $5,250,000 Canada402 Lauri Korpikoski Finland LW 231 BYE
2 36 Blake Comeau 47 RW $650,000 Canada245 Darin Olver Canada C 0 BUST
2 48 David Booth 53 LW $4,250,000 United States303 Dane Byers Canada LW 6 BYE BUST
2 51 David Krejci 63 C $3,750,000 Czech Republic 325Bruce Graham Canada C 0 BUST
2 60 Brandon Dubinsky 60 LW $1.850.000 RFA United States337 Brandon Dubinsky United States C 337 BANK
3 73 Alexander Edler 91 D $3,250,000 Sweden328 Zdenek Bahensky Czech Republic RW 0 BUST
3 80 Johan Franzén 97 FW $3,954,545 Sweden470 Billy Ryan United States C 0 BUST
4 127 Ryan Callahan 127 RW $2.300.000 RFA USA311 Ryan Callahan United States RW 311 BANK
5 135 Mikhail Grabovski 150 C $2.900.000 Belarus245 Roman Psurny Czech Republic LW 0 BUST
6 169 Pekka Rinne 258 G $3.400.000 Finland183Jordan Foote Canada LW 0 BUST
8 247 Mark Streit * 262 D $4.100.000 Switzerland321Jonathan Paiement Canada D 0 BUST
9 266 Jannik Hansen 287 RW $825.000 Denmark213 Jakub Petruzalek Czech Republic RW 2 BUST
2005       4.119   911
1 12 Marc Staal* 12 D $3,975,000 Canada342 Marc Staal* Canada D 342 BANK
2 40 Paul Stastny* 44 C $6,600,000 United States363 Michael Sauer United States D 83 BANK
2 56 Kristopher Letang 62 D $3,500,000 Canada356 Marc-Andre Cliche Canada RW 1 BUST
3 66 Cody Franson 79 D $800,000 Canada145 Brodie Dupont Canada C 1 BUST
3 77 Keith Yandle* 105 D $1.200.000 RFA Canada294 Dalynn Flatt Canada D 0 BUST
4 107 Niklas Hjalmarsson 108 D $3.500.000 Sweden237 Tom Pyatt Canada C 118 BYE
5 147 Matt D'Agostini 190 FW $550.000 RFA Canada186 Trevor Koverko Canada D 0 BUST
6 178 Sergei Kostitsyn 200 RW $550.000 RFA Belarus245 Greg Beller Canada F 0 BUST
7 211 Patrik Hörnqvist 230 RW $3.083.333 Sweden189Ryan Russell Canada C 0 BUST
2006       2.015   203
1 21 Claude Giroux* 25 RW $3,750,000 Canada248 Bob Sanguinetti United States D 5 BUST
2 54 Artem Anisimov 54 C $821.666 - RFA Russia170 Artem Anisimov Russia C 170 BANK
3 84 James Reimer 99 G $596.667 RFA Canada37 Ryan Hillier Canada LW 0 BUST
4 104 Andrew McDonald 160 D $550.000 Canada49 David Kveton Czech Republic RW 0 BUST
5 137 Viktor Stålberg 161 LW $850.000 RFA Sweden117 Tomas Zaborsky Slovakia LW 0 BUST
6 174 Derek Dorsett 189 LW $562.500 Canada182 Eric Hunter Canada C 0 BUST
7 204 Justin Krueger 213 D $850.000 Germany0 Lukas Zeliska Slovakia C 0 BUST
2007       803   175
1 17 Pernell Karl Subban 43 D $875,000 Canada100 Alexei Cherepanov Russia RW 0 - BEYOND BORING RIP
2 48 Wayne Simmonds 61 RW $821,667 Canada252 Antoine Lafleur Canada G 0 BUST
5 138 Jon Kalinski 149 LW $875,000 Canada22 Max Campbell Canada C 0 BUST
6 168 Dustin Jeffrey 168 LW $509,444 - RFA Canada54 Carl Hagelin Sweden LW 0 JURY OUT
7 193 Carl Gunnarsson 194 D $800,000 RFA Sweden111 David Skokan Slovakia C 0 BUST
7 198 Frazer McLaren 203 LW $543,333 RFA Canada32 Danny Hobbs Canada F 0 BUST
2008       571   175
1 20 John Carlson 27 D $565,000 United States106 Michael Del Zotto Canada D 127 JURY OUT
2 51 Derek Stepan 51 C $875,000 USA86 Derek Stepan United States C 86 BANK
3 75 Zack Smith 75 C $816,666 Canada71 Evgeny Grachev Russia C 8 JURY OUT
3 90 Braden Holtby 93 G $637,777 Canada14Tomas Kundratek Czech Republic D 0 JURY OUT
4 111 Andrei Loktionov 123 C $816,666 Russia20 Dale Weise Canada RW 10 JURY OUT
5 141 Teemu Hartikainen 163 C $875,000 Finland12 Chris Doyle Canada C 0 BUST
6 171 Jason Demers 186 D $1,250,000 Canada126 Mitch Gaulton Canada D 0 BUST
2009       415   231
1 19 Marcus Johansson 24 C 900.000 Sweden78Chris Kreider United States LW 0 JURY OUT
2 47 Tomáš Tatar - Compensation 60LW$840,000Slovakia9Ethan WerekCanadaC 0 BYE/JURY´S OUT
3 80 Kevin Connauton 83 D $900,000 Canada0 Ryan Bourque United States C 0 JURY OUT
5 127 Mike Hoffman 130 LW $676,666 Canada0 Roman Horak Czech Republic C 0 BYE - JURY OUT
5 140 Marcus Kruger 149 C $900,000 Sweden12 Scott Stajcer Canada G 0 JURY OUT
6 170 Brandon Kozun 179 RW $575,000 Canada0 Daniel Maggio Canada D 0 BUST?
7 200 Adam Almqvist 210 D unsigned? Sweden0 Mikhail Pashnin Russia D 0 JURY OUT
2010       109    0
1 10 Vladimir Tarasenko 16 D 1,4 M?? unsigned Russia0 Dylan McIlrath Canada D 0 JURY OUT
2 40 Martin Marinčin 46 D unsigned Slovakia0 Christian Thomas Canada RW 0 JURY OUT
4 100 Teemu Pulkkinen 111 RW unsigned Finland0 Andrew Yogan United States C 0 JURY OUT
5 130 Adam Polasek 145 D $611,667 Czech Republic0Jason Wilson Canada LW 0 JURY OUT
6 157 Jesper Fasth 157 RW unsigned Sweden 0Jesper Fasth Sweden RW 0 JURY OUT
7 190 Joonas Rask 198 C unsigned Finland0 Randy McNaught Canada RW 0 BONEBREAKER

* - denotes ALLSTAR PLAYER

(IN CURSIVE WRITING...) To see where the players went - here is a list of some of the "better NYR picks" that were later dealt and what were their returns...

Traded NYR players with NHL experience/potential and their returns
  • Dominic Moore (474 NHL games) fetched us Adam Hall from Pittsburgh in 2006. Hall was thereafter dealt to Minnesota for Pascal Dupuis after half a season. Dupuis + our 2007 3rd rounder (NYR pick nr 78 - we could have chosen Nick Palmieri here at #79 ) were then traded for prospect Alex Bourret. Bourret was traded to Phoenix for a 3rd rounder in 2008 (Pittsburghs pick #90)- that is now our prospect defenceman Tomas Kundratek.
  • Fedor Tyutin (516 NHL games) was traded in July 2008 for Nikolai Zherdev in Columbus - who played for the NYR for one year and was then not qualified/resigned and thereafter released for nothing .
  • Garth Murray was traded in 2005 to Montreal for Marcel Hossa. Hossa played in New York until February 2008 when he was traded to Phoenix along with 1st round NYR pick Al Montoya for Fredrik Sjöström, Josh Gratton and David LeNeveu. Sjöström played one more season for New York, LeNeveu and Gratton never played a single game for the Rangers and were both released after the 2008 season.
  • Marrek Zidlicky (521 NHL games) was traded in package for Mike Dunham who played 2 years in New York. He was thereafter not resigned.
  • Ryan Hollweg (242 games) was traded to Toronto in July, 2008 for 5th round pick 2009 that was used to acquire goalie Chad Johnson from Pittsburgh - who is moste likely not going to be resigned.
  • Petr Prucha (345 NHL games) + Nigel Dawes (210 NHL games) were both traded in 2009 to Phoenix for (a rental) in Derek Morris. Morris was not resigned after the 2008/2009 season.
  • Al Montoya (1st round pick in 2004 with 26 NHL games) was traded to Phoenix in Feb 2008 for Frederick Sjöström. He played 1,5 seasons and was thereafter not resigned.
  • Lauri Korpikoski (1st round pick in 2004 with 218 NHL games) was traded in July 2009 to Phoenix for Enver Lisin. Lisin played 57 games for NYR and was released without a return (ev to the KHL) - while Korpikoski makes steady progress in Phoenix .
  • Dane Byers (6 games) was traded in November 2010 to Columbus for prospect forward Chad Kolarik. Kolarik remains in the NYR organisation (not resigned for 2011/2012 season)
  • Tom Pyatt (122 NHL games) was traded to Montreal in the Gomez deal. One might say we got solid defensive prospect Pavel Valentenko - value-wise - for him.
  • Bob Sanguinetti (1st round pick) was traded for Carolinas 2nd round pick (from Washington - #57 in 2011) + a 6th rounder in 2010 (NYR chose Jesper Fasth). Washingtons 2nd rounder in 2011 was traded along with New York Rangers 2nd round pick (#45) in 2011 and prospect Roman Horak (chosen by NYR in the 5th round 2009) to Calgary in May 2011 for their former 1st round pick defenceman Tim Erixon in 2009 (#23 overall) and their 5th round pick 2011 (not chosen yet - #134).
  • Ethan Werek (2nd round pick 2009) - got us prospect Oscar Lindberg (2nd round pick in 2010) in a trade from Phoenix in May 2011.
  • Future part-time NHLers Nate Guenin, Joey Crabb and Dylan Reese all did not receive contracts from The New York Rangers organisation
“WTF is up with Sather & Maloney and their constant dealings btw? Let´s just make a trade again...” is a Marty McFly comment I remember…

PICKS BY COUNTRY
Country MMCFLY NYR
Canada 3735
USA 17 25
Sweden 15 5
Czech 5 14
Finland 5 2
Slovakia 4 4
Russia 3 6
Switzerland 2 1
Belarus 2 0
Germany 1 0
Denmark 1 0
Latvia 0 1

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  • THE CAP MAX FOR THIS TEAM 2011/2012 IS 60,000,000 USD. BONUS OVERAGE IS PERMITTED (ie eventual bonuses do not count against the cap).
  • You must pick one roster player from each consecutive draft from 2000-2010 (ie - 11 players) on the above Draft list. The cap hits to be used are the valid contracts in 2011-2012 if they are signed. For impending UFAs or RFAs – you can use the 2010-2011 cap hit - but you can only use a maximum of 3 presently unsigned players (UFAs/RFAs) here on this roster. All player cap hits not on the roster can also be found at Capgeek where you can also create your team.
  • You are asked to pick 2 Wild Card players at any position taken from any Draft 2000-2010. Their cap hits are as stated.
  • You are required to choose 2 UFAs (1 FW + 1 D/G) signed between 2008 to 2010. See here for link to view available eligible UFAs to choose from 2008 ,2009 + 2010 . The new cap hit is what is to be used in the 2011-2012 season. If the players have no contract for 2011/2012 – then they are not eligible to use. As stated - you can use a total of 3 RFAs in your lineup with this years cap hit being frozen into next year.
  • In addition - you are to make 2 trades. Here are links to all trades made in the NHL the 2009/2010 + 2010/2011 seasons (2010/2011 season + deadline ). Only these lists of specific players included in these completed trades done for these 2 years are eligible to be added onto the roster. They must be signed for 2011-2012 and their cap-hit is the same. Trade chips are what remains on NYR roster (all remaining draft picks done by Marty McFly) after you used your 1st 21 players. Cap hits must offset somewhat and NYR must make small overpayment value-wise to complete these 2 trades. Me & The Doc will judge all trades and give them approval or denial
  • Notes - Yeah – btw – The Kovalchuk caphit stands in The McFly Universe without any league implications or penalties. Just thought you would like to know. Not sure how that went down. Sather & went Bettman on a fishing trip maybe? We also still retain our 2nd round compensation pick from 2009 (where we chose Ethan Werek). Somehow The Doc was able to both save the poor kid Cherepenovs life (we actually did not draft him though) and retain the 2nd rounder we gave up for Antropov at the deadline 2009 (I believe he added John-Michael Liles to our 4th rounder for the Toronto player instead of the 2nd). You can use a total of 3 RFAs in your lineup with this years cap hit being frozen into next year.

NUMBER NYR CORE DRAFTED PLAYER POSITION PICK NR CAP HIT IN $$$
1 THE KING G 2000 - 205 $10.000.000
2 BRANDON DUBINSKY LW2004 - 60 $0
3 RYAN CALLAHAN RW 2004 - 127 $0
4 MARC STAAL D (L)2005 - 12 $0
5 ARTEM ANISIMOV C2006 - 54 $0
6 DEREK STEPAN C2008 - 51 $0


ANNUAL MCFLY PICKS
YEAR MCFLY DRAFTED PLAYER POSITION PICK NR CAP HIT IN $$$
2000  
2001  
2002  
2003
2004
2005
2006  
2007  
2008  
2009  
2010  

MCFLY WILDCARD PICKS
NUMBER MCFLY WILDCARD PLAYER POSITION PICK NR CAP HIT IN $$$
1  
2  

UFAs
SIGNING NEW MCFLY ROSTER PLAYER POSITION YEAR CAP HIT IN $$$
UFA 1 - G/D  
UFA 2 - FW  

NEW NYR PLAYERS via 2 TRADES
TRADE NEW ROSTER PLAYER POSITION YEAR CAP HIT IN $$$
# 1  
# 2  

SPECIFY TRADES

TRADE 1…………………………………………………............................... ..............................


TRADE 2…………………………………………………............................... ..............................

...that was it.

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Wow, not bad drafting Marty McFly!
As you can see further above - Marty chose about the same amount of Canadians, but less Americans and Czechs, more Swedes and Finns, the same amount of Slovakians and a few players from more oddball countries than Sather & his draft team went for. The results kind of speak for themselves and maybe should be a cursor for future drafting - no? Lot´s & lot´s of busts and lousy asset management there Glenn - if you were hired by Donald Trump (or me) - you would´ve be shown the door long before...Doc & Marty appeared.
Even if the last years picks show a bit more promise - the 21st century has not been anything other than can be labeled as mediocre. 93 pics over 11 years resulting in 1 elite player (Hank), one more All Star (Staal) and 5 more roster players that are good (Dubinsky, Callahan, Anisimov, Stepan & Sauer) enough to play on the team. All of our other draft picks that resulted in NHLers have basically been traded away for something we no longer use - meaning FAIL!
The Doc and Marty are as stated now hiring you to be our new GM and put together a new squad in his "McFly Universe". That might not be the easisest thing to do if one were to chose a team based on the "real" NYR draft picks made in the 21st Century. But since Team DeLorean has drafted so well and you get to use all their picks at will, I belive the chances are quite good to put up a succesful team.
And since we expect to get numerous significant “hometown discounts” on our troop, he has decided that our 5 successful homegrown picks in Brandon Dubinsky, Ryan Callahan, Artem Anisimov, Derek Stepan and Marc Staal all together come at a great discount of $0 as a cap hit!!! They negate the value of many contracts that in reality would be lower priced now. So they are in reality a free bonus, nice to have on the team at this discounted rate. These 5 players constitute THE “SATHER PROCLAIMED CORE” of the NYR team and THEY MUST BE ON THE McFLY UNIVERSE ROSTER and they therefore cannot be omitted. They are The Golden Geese of our, ahem, so-so drafting (so far) for the past 11 years.
But on the other hand, The King costs you all of $10.000.000. I have no idea what The Crazy Doc and Slather cooked up one dark & windy April evening, but this is his cap hit until 2015. And he also MUST be on the team (Bloomingdales is apparently doing some serious AD campaign the next 3 years with Hank as The PosterBoy). So in the end - you get $50.000.000 to spend on filling out the team´s roster with 17 more players (plus the eventual bonus overage you accumulate - which you can use).
But then again, Marty has made one or two pretty good picks these past 11 drafts, along with the crazy Doc of course, so you can try to put together a new “BACK TO THE FUTURE” NYR squad that you think would be competitive this year and beyond. Remember – these are all draft picks we in reality “could” have chosen. Then again – if we had been drafting this well, I find it hard to believe we would not have been drafting lower the past few years. But that is besides the point. Marty said something about traveling simountaneously through parallel dimensions and winding up with this scenario without past results (and Stanley Cups) influencing where we are today. Kind of freaks me out - but... I am sure most GMs would bid quite generously to take a ride with the DeLorean through the past 11 drafts. ALSO - You may or may not agree with the pics Marty has made - but this is The “Marty McFly Universe” and his rules and choices apply without exception!

Sooooooo - Good Luck at putting together a team compatible today and in the future. It is a long time until October (and we do tend to get bored getting downright ugly on some topics in the offseason) and this is btw no Fantasy League or anything – it is just some out of this universe stuff… Fun, not to be taken seriously or lightly … Just somewhere in between… getting us though the duldroms when NYR hockey is not to be viewed and future roster speculation is at its greatest.
In one week, a flash of light will appear on your doorstep and you too will be able to be painlessly zoomed off to a happier NYR dimension.
OK – Once again - Good luck Boys & Girls and safe travels!!!

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TEAM IDEA:S
Here below is an example by myself (this is not perhaps the optimal solution – I leave that to YOU as The GM of your new dimension to chose) of what your “McFly Universe” NYR team could look like:

NUMBER NYR CORE DRAFTED PLAYER POSITION PICK NR CAP HIT IN $$$
1 THE KING G 2000 - 205 (7) $10.000.000
2 BRANDON DUBINSKY LW2004 - 60 (2) $0
3 RYAN CALLAHAN RW 2004 - 127 (4) $0
4 MARC STAAL D (L)2005 - 12 (1) $0
5 ARTEM ANISIMOV C2006 - 54 (2) $0
6 DEREK STEPAN C2008 - 51 (2) $0

ANNUAL MCFLY PICKS
YEAR MCFLY DRAFTED PLAYER POSITION PICK NR CAP HIT IN $$$
2000 Travis Moen LW 155 (5) $1.550.000
2001 Patrick Sharp* FW79 (3) $3.900.000
2002 Duncan Keith* D 54 (2) $5.538.462
2003 Zach Parise* C 17 (1)$3.125.000 RFA
2004 Johan Franzén FW180 (3) 3,954,545
2005 Peter Statsny* C44 (2) $6.600.000
2006 Claude Giroux* FW 25 (1)$3,750,000
2007 PK Subban D 43 (1)$875,000
2008 John Carlsson D 27 (1) $565.000
2009 Markus Johansson FW 24 (1) 900.000
2010 Vladimir Tarasenko FW 16 (1) $1.400.000? incl bonuses

MCFLY WILDCARD PICKS
NUMBER MCFLY WILDCARD PLAYER POSITION PICK NR CAP HIT IN $$$
1 Keith Yandle* D 105 (3) - 2005 $1.200.000
2 James Reimer G 75 (3) - 2006 $596.000

UFAs
SIGNING NEW MCFLY ROSTER PLAYER POSITION YEAR CAP HIT IN $$$
UFA 1 - FW Ilya Kovalchuk* FW 2010 $6.666.666
UFA 2 – G/D Mark Streit* D 2008$4.100.00

NEW NYR PLAYERS via 2 TRADES
TRADE NEW ROSTER PLAYER POSITION YEAR CAP HIT IN $$$
# 1 Chris Stewart RW 2011$2.875.000
# 2 Eric Johnson D 2011 $2.600.000

SPECIFY TRADES
1 Mike Green* + prospect Andrei Loktionov + draft pick 2011 traded for Chris Stewart (Feb 2011)
2 Tobias Enström* + prospect Andrew McDonald + draft pick 2011 traded for Eric Johnson (Feb 2011)

NYR McFLY ROSTER 2011-2012

GOALTENDERS
THE KING*
($10.000m)
James Reimer (WC 1 - $596.000 RFA 1)

DEFENSEMEN
MARC STAAL* ($0.000m) / Duncan Keith* (2002 - $5.538.000)
Mark Streit* (UFA G/D - $4.100.000) / Eric Johnson (Trade 1 - $2.600.000)
PK Subban (2007 - $875.000) / John Carlson (2009 - $845.000)
Keith Yandle* (WC 2 - $1.200.000 RFA 2)

FORWARDS
Patrick Sharp* (2001 - $3.900.000) / Zach Parise* (2003 – $3.125.000 RFA 3) / Ilya Kovalchuk* (UFA FW – $6.666.666)
Johan Franzén (2004 - $3,954,545) / Paul Stastny* (2005 - $6.600.000) / Claude Giroux* (2006 - $3.750.000)
BRANDON DUBINSKY ($0.000m) / ARTEM ANISIMOV ($0.000m) / RYAN CALLAHAN ($0.000m)
Marcus Johansson (2009 - $900.000) / DEREK STEPAN ($0.000m) / Chris Stewart (Trade 2 - $2.875.000)
Travis Moen (2000 - $1.500.000) / Vladamir Tarasenko (2010 – 1.400.000?)

CAPGEEK.COM TOTALS
SALARY CAP: $60,000,000
CAP PAYROLL: $60,427,842
BONUSES: $500,000
CAP SPACE (23-man roster): - $427,842
Cap space after bonuses deducted +$72,158

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THE LAS VEGAS JACKPOT

IF YOU WANT TO GET VERY DETAILED – AND PLEASE DO – THEN ADD THE FOLLOWING LEFTOVERS FROM THE "FARM SYSTEM" AND CREATE THE LAS VEGAS JACKPOT. YOU WILL BE HANDSOMELY REWARDED FOR THIS. BOTH WITH CA$H AND FUTURE DRAFT PICS/PROSPECTS/TRADES FROM THEIR NEW ORGANISATION…:
RULES
23 PLAYERS ARE TO BE PUT ASSIGNED TO THE NEW NHL TEAM “THE LAS VEGAS JACKPOT” THAT DONALD TRUMP STARTED THIS YEAR. 2 GOALIES - 7 DEFENCEMEN – 14 FORWARDS = ONE FROM EACH YEAR (2000-2009) + 13 WILDCARDS FROM ANY YEAROF THE REMAINING UNUSED MCFLY DRAFT PICKS.
2000 – Lubomir Visnovsky* D
2001 – Kevin Bieksa D
2002 - James Wisniewski D
2003 – Joe Pavelski C
2004 – Travis Zajac D
2005 - Christopher Letang D
2006 – Jussi Jokinen LW
2007 - Wayne Simmonds RW
2008 - Braden Holtby G
2009 - Marcus Kruger LW

THE LAS VEGAS JACKPOT:s 2011/2012 ROSTER

GOALIES
Pekka Rinne
Braden Holtby

DEFENCEMEN
Kevin Bieksa – Lubomir Visnovsky*
Alexander Edler - Christopher Letang
Niklas Hjalmarsson - James Wisniewski
Tom Gilbert

FORWARDS
Jason Pominville - Mikhail Grabovski - Ales Hemsky
Dustin Byfuglien - Travis Zajac - David Backes
Jussi Jokinen - Patrik Hörnqvist - Valtteri Filppula
David Krejci - Joe Pavelski - Wayne Simmonds
Marcus Kruger, David Booth

THAT LEAVES A FEW PROSPECTS:
TOP-RANKED NONROSTER PROSPECTS FROM PAST 5 DRAFTS TO KEEP IN THE NYR SYSTEM – RIDE THE WHALE

2006 Viktor Stålberg , Derek Dorsett , Justin Krueger
2007 Jon Kalinski, Dustin Jeffrey, Carl Gunnarsson, Frazer McLaren
2008 Zack Smith , Teemu Hartikainen , Jason Demers
2009 Tomáš Tatar, Kevin Connauton, Mike Hoffman, Brandon Kozun, Adam Almqvist
2010 Martin Marincin, Teemu Pulkkinen, Adam Polasek, Jesper Fasth, Joonas Rask

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BBKers, I can see you put a lot of work into this. Pretty clear though that no one has any idea what the hell is going on here. Maybe try the mock drafts forum?

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