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Backyard NHL: Waivers / Alex Iaffalo, $0.5m (2018-19)
« on: February 11, 2019, 11:40:08 AM »
Detroit places on waivers

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Backyard NHL: Transactions / Detroit IR
« on: February 11, 2019, 11:01:13 AM »
Detroit places Sami Vatanen, $3.6m (2018-19) on IR

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Backyard NHL: Transactions / Jared McCann
« on: February 11, 2019, 10:56:10 AM »
700k

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Backyard NHL: Transactions / William Carrier
« on: February 11, 2019, 10:55:36 AM »
800k

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Backyard NHL: Waivers / Mattias Janmark, $1.0m (2018-19)
« on: February 11, 2019, 10:50:56 AM »
Detroit waives to send to minors

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Backyard NHL: Waivers / Brad Hunt, $0.4m (2018-19)
« on: February 11, 2019, 10:35:57 AM »
waived by St. Louis to be sent to minors

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Dynasty NHL: Completed Transactions / Detroit and Ottawa make a deal
« on: February 10, 2019, 05:07:12 PM »
To Ottawa
F Michael Rasmussen, $0.5m (P-n/a)
X- 2019 1st Round Draft Pick, Montreal, $m this year
X- 2020 1st Round Draft Pick, Detroit, $m this year

To Detroit
C Vincent Trocheck, $4.6m (2021-2022)
X- 2019 2nd Round Draft Pick, Ottawa, $m this year

I'm still rebuilding, but I've liked what I've seen from Trocheck over the past few years and I think it'll be about 3 or 4 years before Ras is on that level. I've giving up some futures in the hopes to accelerate my rebuild. This year has been a little hard for me when I have to look at my record.

Ottawa to confirm. Thanks for the deal Jim!

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Backyard NHL / NHL All-Star Weekend Backyard Updates
« on: January 25, 2019, 03:24:47 PM »
Hey Everyone,

It's NHL All-Star weekend!

Quick things to note, FA is currently closed until Feb 4 at 12pm ET. I have updated projected cap space for next year (this assumes all expiring contracts expire and aren't extended). The last few trades may be adjusted it slightly if you were a team involved, so please be mindful.

Use this information to plan extensions for Backyard first extension period of the season, you may start posting extensions now and if you wish to make any during this period, they must be posted by Feb 4th at 12pm ET.

(note that extensions take effect after the season ends, please refer to the Contracts and Extensions sections in the Rules Handbook)

One last thing, I will be on vacation until Feb 4, and will not be around Profsl or Fantrax until then. If there are any moves that need to be processed on Fantrax, Cho has graciously agreed to help out while I'm gone.

One last last thing, if you didn't see the post yet, we're happy to welcome back Tony to Backyard NHL. The former champ is trying his hand at turning Vegas around.

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Franchise NHL / Detroit GM away
« on: January 23, 2019, 12:38:37 PM »
Hey everyone,

I'll be on vacation from Jan 26-Feb 4 and won't be checking Profsl very much, if at all. It's getting close to the trade deadline, so I hope that I come back to some trade inquiries.

Be sure to check out Detroit's trade block, it's pretty juicy. If we're in the middle of talks now, hopefully we can reach something by Jan 25, otherwise it'll have to wait until I'm back.

 :toast:

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Dynasty NHL / Detroit GM away
« on: January 23, 2019, 12:36:00 PM »
Hey everyone,

I'll be on vacation from Jan 26-Feb 4 and won't be checking Profsl very much, if at all. It's getting close to the trade deadline, so I hope that I come back to some trade inquiries.

Everyone on Detroit is available.

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  • kidd5jersey: These owners are nothing like us.  The Cubs made a ton of money last year
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  • indiansnation: Like hockey have it set example 200m. Once u reach that u are cut off from spending
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  • kidd5jersey: It's not the Yankees, Cubs, Dodgers, BoSox fault that teams like the Orioles are too cheap to pay their talent
    Today at 11:53:16 AM
  • indiansnation: Really cubs cut off spending this yr.
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  • kidd5jersey: A hard cap is bad for the players. The owners don't have to spend a dime.  Look what the Astros did five, ten years ago
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  • indiansnation: No its not that its that those teams can't just go spend 30 to 40m on one player
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  • kidd5jersey: The Astros were the most profitable franchise in sports despite being the worst by W-L
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  • indiansnation: There is a hard cap thresh hold where teams foot pay a penalty for going over that would take cubs past second one which would cost cubs 50m in. Fees they pay for signing him to a 30m yr contract. Look at Boston they are already past that 2nd thresh hold and have to pay 1 1/2 times what they over spent I believe its 36m on top of what the payroll is
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