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Franchise NHL: Transactions / Re: RE-DRAFT - 2011 FNHL DRAFT: Sept 15, 2018
« on: February 12, 2019, 08:45:17 PM »
I like the flow of this re-draft. Meaning I like the players drafted in 2018-19. :thumbsup::thumbsup::iatp:

Franchise NHL: Transactions / Mazanec, Marek
« on: February 12, 2019, 08:34:10 PM »
2m nsh

Franchise NHL: Transactions / Re: LALALand and Poutine-World Deal
« on: February 12, 2019, 08:24:00 PM »
The obvious answer is Google it! Basically a reference to Montreal where Poutine might've originated from.

But failing the Google lookup, it's a French Canadian specialty with cheese curds (those chunks of cheese that squeak when you chew them) over fries covered with gravy
Link to Wikipedia man!

It's a guaranteed heart attack packaged as a cute hearty snack/meal. Sodium, Casesin, Carbs and Saturated Fat galor! LOL Enjoy!


Franchise NHL: Transactions / Re: Sharks/Canadiens
« on: February 12, 2019, 08:23:26 PM »
:thumbsup::thumbsup::iatp: Good straight-forward deal.

Franchise NHL: Transactions / Re: LALALand and Poutine-World Deal
« on: February 12, 2019, 03:12:53 AM »
Sanheim/Akil = Barrie
Duclair = SDP rd1
Sheahan/Seeler = Vatrano
MiLR Mahura = Rd 3 Pick
This one could come back to haunt the Habs.

Franchise NHL: Transactions / Re: Chicago completes trade with Lightning
« on: February 10, 2019, 04:06:01 PM »
:thumbsup::thumbsup::iatp: Not a bad trade for the teams involved. Ladd should be good for another 2-3yrs and Simon is good until the Pens trade or replace him with someone better which is something they do annually up and down the roster.

Franchise NHL: Transactions / Music City/Miami Deal
« on: January 28, 2019, 02:01:02 PM »
Nashville making progress on fine tuning the machinery in the boiler room. This one pays dividends now but we give up pieces of our future.

Going to Music City :NAS:
Shea Weber, $1.5m (2018-2021)
LW - Brendan Lemieux (2014: 2/31 - 0 Games)

Going to Miami :FLO:
RW - Taylor Raddysh (2016: 2/58 - 0 Games)
Round 1 - 2019  :NAS:
Round 4 - 2019  :NAS:
Matt Hendricks, $0.8m (2018-2020)
Emil Pettersson, $0.6m (2018-2020)
Kyle Burroughs, $0.2m (2017-2019)

Florida Panthers to confirm. Thanks PR. :toast:

Franchise NHL: Completed Transactions / Re: Habs/Rangers Deal
« on: January 27, 2019, 05:40:16 PM »
:thumbsup::thumbsup::iatp: Rangers agree to this trade. Shattenkirk's been on our radar since the offseason and it's great to get him into a Rangers jersey. Kevin is going to bounce back from his recent IR stint and return to form for the stretch drive. Carlsson will be a good defender next year. Thanks for the deal Mordecai. See you around in the postseason. :toast:

Mats Zuccarello, $4.8m (2017-2020) x 75% of current contract
Mats Zuccarello, $3.6m (2017-2020-FP-4.8 :NYR:)

We'll announce another FP shortly. :thumbsup:

Franchise NHL: Completed Transactions / Re: Habs/Sens Deal
« on: January 26, 2019, 11:38:32 AM »
:thumbsup::thumbsup::iatp: Do what you need to do over in the Atlantic Morty. Rangers will be waiting for ya. HAHAHAHAHA! Pretty good trade for both teams. I think Brady is the real deal but Dvorak is undervalued this season due to injury. Skinner is going to be a great goalie in the NHL sooner than later. You can take that to the bank!

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    Today at 11:20:37 AM
  • indiansnation: Kidd what the he'll u talking about?
    Today at 11:25:28 AM
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  • kidd5jersey: Harper signed 12y $340M with Indians
    Today at 11:33:34 AM
  • indiansnation: Yea right
    Today at 11:34:04 AM
  • indiansnation: First off Cleveland wouldn't never spend that kind of money. They are cheap owners
    Today at 11:34:39 AM
  • kidd5jersey: ok... so he didn't HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH
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  • indiansnation: Such a dish bag
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  • indiansnation: First off Kidd no one is willing to go 10 yrs . u can see that know lol
    Today at 11:39:30 AM
  • kidd5jersey: It's stupid.  The players should go on strike.  It's fairly obvious collusion is occuring.
    Today at 11:45:29 AM
  • indiansnation: Owners have the right to spend their money how they want
    Today at 11:47:04 AM
  • kidd5jersey: Well, it's stupid that everyone defends the owners
    Today at 11:48:16 AM
  • indiansnation: Owners are tired of giving in to players demands. No player is worth 30m
    Today at 11:48:17 AM
  • indiansnation: Just saying.
    Today at 11:48:37 AM
  • indiansnation: Way its going how high is to high for a player 40m yr 50myr thatscrazy
    Today at 11:49:36 AM
  • indiansnation: Come on its going to crippel baseball
    Today at 11:50:05 AM
  • kidd5jersey: The Ricketts bought the Cubs for $900M in 09'.  Now, the Cubs are valued at $2.7B
    Today at 11:50:28 AM
  • kidd5jersey: It will not cripple baseball.
    Today at 11:50:44 AM
  • indiansnation: I see in 2022 baseball going to stop this overpaying of players
    Today at 11:51:00 AM
  • indiansnation: Yankees ,Boston,lad going to get a cap where they can't keep on trying to buy a championship
    Today at 11:51:51 AM
  • kidd5jersey: These owners are nothing like us.  The Cubs made a ton of money last year
    Today at 11:52:34 AM
  • indiansnation: Like hockey have it set example 200m. Once u reach that u are cut off from spending
    Today at 11:52:50 AM
  • 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.
    Today at 11:53:31 AM
  • 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
    Today at 11:54:02 AM
  • indiansnation: No its not that its that those teams can't just go spend 30 to 40m on one player
    Today at 11:54:35 AM
  • kidd5jersey: The Astros were the most profitable franchise in sports despite being the worst by W-L
    Today at 11:54:35 AM
  • kidd5jersey: Yes they absolutely can spend $30M on one guy.
    Today at 11:55:18 AM
  • kidd5jersey: Take your place of employment.... Is it right to pay a manager $50K while WM understaffs, cheaps out on raises, and typically does not offer benefits while the shareholders make cash hand over fist?
    Today at 12:01:02 PM
  • kidd5jersey: If Harper and Machado don't have huge deals by opening day, I think the players should go on strike
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  • indiansnation: Ok here u go cubs say owner said he would spend 200m this yr he is already has spent 160m. U could use another so,of and a back up catcher. Would u risk that 40m on one player or go after your 3 needs? U go after Harper he tears his knee. Can't play baseball for 2 yrs. U are know stuck paying 40m on a player u don't even have forv2 yrs. Its the money
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  • kidd5jersey: Are the Cubs better with Harper? Yes.  Does signing him limit what they can do?  No.
    Today at 12:09:33 PM
  • kidd5jersey: Look at Tampa Bay... do you think attendance would rise with Harper?  How about Machado in Miami?
    Today at 12:10:27 PM
  • kidd5jersey: Teams like the Yankees etc. have built a brand.  Those lower teams have to do the same.
    Today at 12:11:25 PM
  • 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
    Today at 12:13:26 PM
  • indiansnation: U can only do that for so long
    Today at 12:14:04 PM
  • indiansnation: Yankees are already paying loans out already to cover this yr.
    Today at 12:14:45 PM
  • kidd5jersey: Cubs have not been in the tax.  There are plenty of teams with money
    Today at 12:15:26 PM
  • kidd5jersey: You do realize Hamels, Zobrist, Kintzler come off the books after this year?  That's $40M dude.
    Today at 12:16:03 PM
  • indiansnation: Are u going to spend 100+ on one ticket to go see cubs play? Spend another 20 to go park your your car in a lot. Spend 30 easy for food? Sorry I like baseball but I can't afford that
    Today at 12:16:45 PM
  • indiansnation: Still they pay that penalty because they are over
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  • kidd5jersey: I had season tix come in this year
    Today at 12:20:39 PM
  • kidd5jersey: We're splitting tix probably four ways
    Today at 12:20:49 PM
  • kidd5jersey: The overage is like $2M penalty or something
    Today at 12:22:00 PM
  • kidd5jersey: Point is.... let's say all players make $1M.  Do you think owners will drop prices?  Hell no.
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