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  1. If they were expecting Zegras to be gone, which they probably were expecting, Krebs may have been the next choice for sure.
  2. Not sure I'm understanding. If you're saying we were short of getting Krebs because of trading away picks in the past, remember we got Zegras at 9.
  3. It depends in term. If he gets 2-3 years out of some team, it'll cost him and would be $4M. One year would be over $5M. Absolute guesses of course.
  4. With their picks this year, no. I was pretty confident they'd use this year to rebuild the pantry a little bit.
  5. I guess I just disagree with your valuation of Henrique and Vats, especially considering we got the extra AHL player with it.
  6. Maybe, but we wouldn't have a had a center.
  7. You are a 3rd year pro the moment your second season ends, no?
  8. Fixed it for you. Do we really want to tie up $9M per year for 3 more years for someone on the decline?
  9. So, you're saying fill-ins and backups don't require a contract? I'm missing what your criticism is. Fair warning if you're new at this... he's going to sign AHL players, too. Only one or two signings will be potentially big. Most are to fill a roster. Can we PLEASE go a season without confusing roster signings with top signings? Pretty please?
  10. This is the kind of sentence that I simply can't understand on this board. We take both sides all the time. This starts with an accusation of it being a wrongdoing, then follows up with the precise description of why it wasn't and why every GM would have made this deal.
  11. Actually, I thought his 4th line minutes were great. He played better against slightly lesser defense, and the 4th line overall played more time, which helped all the other lines from getting overworked.
  12. Even though he had a bad game to finish, I still think Rask should have been Conn Smythe. ROR was good, Binny was great, but each had multiple off games. Rask had one.
  13. That's a tough comparison. You're talking about a team that got nowhere close to a team that had a legit shot at least 2 times, probably 3, during the peak of the "bad contracts".
  14. Would we be able to renegotiate for a deteriorating extension that also reworks the next two years? Rounding numbers for simplicity... Right now 2 x $8M = $16M Rework it as 6,5,4,3 over 4 years = $18M, so it's like resigning him for 2 extra years at $1M each without smelling like a breach of contract limits.
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