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Pour faire simple ... ces 2 clubs devraient être ciblés par le DUO HU-GO pour obtenir leur choix de 1rd

évidemment les YOTES surtout , devraient eux aussi être dans ce genre de recherche

ces 2 clubs ( PENS - BOLTS ) auront aucun choix de 2 et 3rd en juin prochain

leurs meilleurs choix de ces 2 clubs

PENS ---> 21e et 116e  choix (env.)
BOLTS --> 24e et 108e  choix (env.)

le CH lui 2e - 29 - 35 - 52 - 66 - 75 - 92 - 98  ( tous environ , la saison est pas terminer hein ..)

que pourrait donner HU-GO à ces clubs pour obtenir leur 1rd ( évidemment si 1 ou les 2 clubs font le carré d'as ) oublier ça

évidemment ou possiblement  , le duo va bouger sûrement des choix de 3 - 4 - 5e ronde ( certains de ceux là ) , ils en ont trop mais c'est mineur comme moove versus un choix de 1rd ... à moins de réussir certain échange de choix TARDIF AVANT le début du DRAFT ( ce qui est très rare )

y a également certains jeunes qui pourraient eux aussi , se greffé à ses choix de repêchage pour amélioré les rangs de sélection du CH sans oublier les choix de 2023 comme atout/ajout supplémentaire qui pourraient être en demande

P.S. possibilité d'erreur de ma part niveau ordre de repêchage , si tel est le cas désoler

Par ordre alphabétique...

Logan Cooley
Simon Nemec
Juraj Slafkovsky
Shane Wright

Pour s'amuser un peu draft était dans 2 semaines

et le CH repêcherait 3e ( descendu au draft d'1 position car terminer 31e) ensuite choix #26 (CALGARY s'est fait avoir en 2e ronde ) et ensuite au rang #34

quel serait vos choix du MOMENT PRÉSENT (on sait que cela va changer d'ici le VRAI DRAFT )

#3   -> ...
#26 -> ...
#34 -> ...

P.S. 2 choix par #de sélection

Qu'il soit bon ou pas bon je m'en fou pas mal
mais kalvair DUCHARME je suis PUS CAPABLE de l'entendre parler , impossible que ce gars fasse l'unanimité auprès de ses joueurs juste à cause de ça

ce gars n'aura fait que passer , il a aucune prestance point final (peut-importe ses qualités )

Nouvelles du CH / KK bye bye
« on: September 04, 2021, 05:17:13 PM »

Canadiens Montréal
Les Canadiens n'égaleront pas l’offre hostile des Hurricanes déposée à Jesperi Kotkaniemi. Montréal recevra les choix de 1er et 3e tours de la Caroline au Repêchage 2022 en compensation.

2020-21 cap hit: $9,538,462

Hard to believe he’s concluding his 13-year, $124-million pact. It’s finally time. Ovechkin has already expressed his desire to finish his NHL career as a Capital and then play his final pro-hockey season with his hometown club: Dynamo Moscow of the KHL. We know he’ll be back with the Caps next season. It’s just a matter of whether he signs a short- or long-term deal. As Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman reported a couple weeks back, most people around the league believe the Ovechkin extension is already “in the drawer.”

2020-21 cap hit: $5,750,000

In the past four seasons, no defenseman has scored more goals than Hamilton – despite him missing significant time with a broken leg last season. The old guard may not like his body language or off-ice interests – LOL, says the new guard – but he’s a top-tier puck mover and play driver who has great size and a right-handed shot. He has begun the negotiation process with multiple teams and would have a shot to command an AAV north of $8 million on the open market. It’ll come down to whether he chases the money or prefers a comfortable situation playing on a Stanley Cup contender in Carolina.

2020-21 cap hit: $5,571,429

Landeskog is the anti-Hamilton in that old-school hockey thinkers love Landeskog. Some league executives still talk about how impressed they were with his scouting interviews leading up to the 2011 draft. He’s a revered, heart-and-soul captain who blends top-line scoring touch with bruising physical play. He recently expressed his “disappointment” that he’s so close to making it to market. That certainly doesn’t sound like someone who has a handshake deal in place for after the expansion draft. The Avs would be ill advised to let their captain make it to free agency and incite a bidding war.

2020-21 cap hit: $8,000,000

Hall’s one-and-done Sabres tenure played out as a true worst-case scenario, but the home stretch and playoffs in a Bruins uniform were vital to restoring his value as he found a nice groove playing on the second line with David Krejci and Craig Smith. Given Hall's upside and that he remains on the right side of 30, he’ll have suitors if he goes to market. He’s already been “linked to the Toronto Maple Leafs,” if you believe that’s anything more than just posturing from agent Darren Ferris, but Hall is more likely to take a discount, stay in Boston and pursue a championship.

2020-21 cap hit: $3,333,333

Talent was never in question for Grubauer. He delivered a tremendous “put it all together” season for the Avalanche and has the fifth-highest save percentage in NHL history among goalies with at least 100 games played. The key was to prove he could stay healthy and, while he did land on the COVID-19 list, he avoided injury in 2020-21. With Landeskog a UFA and RFA blueliner Cale Makar needing an extension, the question is whether Grubauer priced himself out of Colorado with a season in which he finished third in the Vezina Trophy vote.

2020-21 cap hit: $2,250,000

Hyman produced at a career-best rate just in time for his next contract. He is an even-strength scoring dynamo who contributes in many different situations. His numbers get puffed up playing with great scorers, sure, but he fills an important role on those lines with his puck-retrieval skills. Playing on such a high-profile team, he’s maxed out his value to the point he might command $6 million or more per season. The gap between his asking price and what the Leafs are willing to pay is large enough that Toronto has granted Hyman’s agent Todd Reynolds permission to approach other teams about acquiring Hyman's negotiating rights before July 28.

2020-21 cap hit: $3,083,333

Danault is one of the top two-way forwards in the business, capable of shutting down elite forwards while still driving the play on a scoring line. He reportedly turned a six-year, $30-million offer from the Habs before the 2020-21 season but, with his offense disappearing, he may want to ask if that deal is still on the table. He showed during Montreal’s run to the Stanley Cup final that he’s still a crucial part of the team's puzzle, erasing opponents’ top forwards. He expressed after the season that he understands how he fits into the lineup now.

2020-21 cap hit: $3,750,000

Seventh in points among NHL defensemen since his breakout 2013-14 campaign. Barrie, a power-play specialist, was set up nicely to post massive contract-year numbers in Edmonton, and that’s exactly what’s happened. But do the Oilers need to bring him back? They were already a powerhouse power-play team before he signed, and he’s a bit of a drag on their defensive play. They’ve also just committed an additional $5.5 million in cap space to Keith.

2020-21 cap hit: $1,800,000

Coleman can play center or the wing, he kills penalties, he forechecks aggressively and, don’t forget, on a team that needs him to play bigger minutes, he can score 20 goals. The only problem is that, after playing an important role on consecutive Stanley Cup champions in Tampa, his value has exploded to the point it may require an overpay to land him.

2020-21 cap hit: $7,250,000

Brings so much experience in the regular season and playoffs as the Bruins' longtime No. 2 center, and he showed how impactful he can still be once they gave him proper second-line wingers to play with this past season. The Bruins are waiting to see if Krejci decides to return to the Czech Republic for 2021-22. If he plays in the NHL next season, it’s likely for Boston.

2020-21 cap hit: $5,350,000

Schwartz is ready to cash in as a top-six forward who doesn’t excel in any one area but does a lot of things well and is tenacious for his size. It’s just never a given that Schwartz plays a full schedule, however. He’s missed double-digit games in four of his past six seasons.

2020-21 cap hit: $4,650,000

Averaged 30 goals per 82 games in his first five seasons as a Devil. That appears to be Palmieri’s ceiling, but it’s a highly useful ceiling. He endured a bad year, but it was likely the product of (a) playing with less help in New Jersey before his trade to the New York Islanders and (b) an unlucky shooting percentage of 6.5. Perhaps that’ll make him a bargain signing this off-season. His goal-scoring place in the 2021 playoffs pro-rated to his usual 30 goals per 82 games, FYI.

13. RYAN SUTER, D, 36
2020-21 cap hit: $7,538,462

Upon learning of his shocking buyout, Suter hung up on Minnesota Wild GM Bill Guerin, but Suter should be back on the phone soon fielding offers from contenders. He’s not the all-around dominator he was in his prime, especially on the defensive side of the puck, but he could still provide useful middle-pair help on a contender and might only cost half his Minnesota AAV.

2020-21 cap hit: $6,000,000

Saad is attractive for teams wanting him to fill the same role he did in Colorado this past season: a win-now piece, responsible at both ends of the ice, fast, able to play in the middle six and contribute decent goal totals. He got 16 this season in 43 games while playing just 14 minutes or so per night, but that’s a trap: his shooting percentage was unsustainable at a league-leading 22.1, almost double his career mark of 11.9.

2020-21 cap hit: $4,000,000

Wow. What a year. Martinez, who has profiled as more of a two-way defenseman for most of his career, produced by far the best offensive numbers of his career just in time for a new contract. A personal-best season at 33 makes him a risky signing at 34 if any suitor is banking on repeat numbers.

16. TUUKKA RASK, G, 34
2020-21 cap hit: $7,000,000

The rise of prospect Jeremy Swayman pushes one of Rask and Jaroslav Halak out. Odds are it’s Halak. Rask only wants to play in Boston and won’t return to game action until winter 2022 after undergoing hip surgery. He’ll thus never come cheaper. Disclaimer: he’d be ranked at least 10 spots higher on this list if he was healthy.

2020-21 cap hit: $4,166,666

Gradually, Larsson has realized his promise as a defensive defenseman, and he delivered the best season of his career in 2020-21, playing an ornery game, sacrificing his body. The Oilers might be best off keeping him. He’s become an important player for them. He’s a strong bet to re-sign, but it’ll likely happen after the expansion draft at this point since the Oilers no longer have an available protection spot to use on him after acquiring Keith.

2020-21 cap hit: $5,500,000

He was entrenched in the Columbus community thanks to his charity work and role as Blue Jackets captain. Does that mean he’ll return there after his stint as a trade-deadline rental with the Leafs? It depends on how badly Foligno craves a Stanley Cup run, as Columbus appears to be trending toward a rebuild.

2020-21 cap hit: $3,750,000

Granlund may never reach the ceiling he was projected to have when he ripped up the Finnish Liiga a decade ago, but that’s OK. He’s still a skilled top-six forward who makes an underrated defensive impact. His most useful trait is his versatility. He can play any forward position if needed.

2020-21 cap hit: $5,300,000

The idea of Habs GM Marc Bergevin “having to choose” between Danault and Tatar is a distant memory. Tatar endured the worst season of his career and only dressed for five playoff games. With Montreal extending coach Dominique Ducharme’s contract, that’s it for Tatar as a Hab. Each game he sat in the playoffs felt like it eroded a few more bucks off his value. It was terrible timing from his perspective, but it could make him a nice bargain. He was an elite play driver for multiple seasons playing with Danault and Brendan Gallagher. Tatar is hardly finished.

2020-21 cap hit: $4,250,000

He’s big, rugged, shoots right-handed and was generally underrated as a shutdown defenseman, having spent his career in a relatively small market before Columbus dealt him to Tampa Bay at the deadline. He got better as the playoffs progressed and proved to literally be a “guy you win with.” He's far less under the radar with the championship glow on him now.

2020-21 cap hit: $5,475,000

He’s durable, he plays 22 minutes a night, he moves the puck pretty well…he’s just a safe veteran pickup at this stage of his career, even if it’s on a short-term deal.

23. MIKE REILLY, D, 28
2020-21 cap hit: $1,500,000

Reilly was a bright spot on a rebuilding Ottawa Senators team this past season, forming a net-positive pair with rookie Artem Zub, and Reilly was an extremely useful trade-deadline acquisition for the Bruins as a left-shot puck-mover. He felt more like a fringe NHLer a few years ago but has established himself as a legitimate UFA target.

2020-21 cap hit: $6,500,000

Getting long in the tooth, but he still has a skill set plenty of teams need: intelligent, good on faceoffs, can center a scoring line and, as he’s shown this year, can transition successfully to the left wing as well.

2020-21 cap hit: $2,137,500

Sometimes big defensemen take longer to find themselves in the NHL, and Oleksiak, who carries first-round draft pedigree, fits the bill. He was much improved in his second stint with Dallas, using his strength effectively while also showcasing good mobility for a man his size.

26. RYAN MURRAY, D, 27
2020-21 cap hit: $4,700,000

Tough year for all Devils players, but Murray is still relatively young for a UFA, has a recent history as a respectable defensive defenseman and can skate. On a better team, he could be a handy middle-pair option.

2020-21 cap hit: $6,350,000

Given his strained relationship with the new Panthers regime, Yandle clearly wasn’t part of the franchise’s long-term plans, and he wasn’t about to do Florida a solid and waive his no-movement clause before the expansion draft, so the buyout makes sense. He’s not what he was in his prime, but if he’s used for sheltered third-pair duty and power-play work, he could still be a relative bargain. Think 2019-20 Kevin Shattenkirk.

2020-21 cap hit: $925,000

He brings the penalty-killing acumen, physicality and intangibles of linemate Coleman without the offensive upside. Every championship team needs a Goodrow type to go to war with, but teams have to understand they’re buying high right now.

2020-21 cap hit: $850,000

Driedger’s small sample size makes him paradoxical. There’s risk for a player with 34 career starts. But the lack of data means a team could get a massive bargain on a netminder with a .929 career save percentage. He could be a flash in the pan, but he could be a budding star. He’s worth the dice roll as part of a platoon at the very least. Could he be Kraken material?

2020-21 cap hit: $4,000,000

Hoffman’s defensive shortcomings in 5-on-5 play are beginning to overshadow his goal-scoring skills, and he was healthy-scratched at times in St. Louis, but he still scored at a 27-goal pace if pro-rated to 82 games. He can bulge the twine as a power-play specialist, but he’s a risky team-chemistry fit.
Other prominent 2021 UFAs to watch:

Mattias Janmark, Zach Parise, Alexander Wennberg, Petr Mrazek, Jake McCabe,
Nick Bonino, Jonathan Bernier, Ryan Getzlaf, Brandon Montour,

Derek Forbort, Joel Armia, Mike Smith, Damir Zhafyarov, Dmitrij Jaskin,
Jani Hakanpaa, Alexander Edler, Frederik Andersen, Jaroslav Halak, Erik Haula,
Zdeno Chara, Nikita Gusev, Casey Cizikas, Tyler Bozak, Bobby Ryan,
Travis Hamonic, Joe Thornton, Erik Gustafsson, Sami Vatanen, James Reimer,

Eric Staal, Devan Dubnyk, Niklas Hjalmarsson, Jason Demers, Alex Galchenyuk,
Ian Cole, Marcus Johansson, Jordan Martinook, Travis Zajac, Alex Chiasson,

Luke Glendening, Linus Ullmark, Pierre-Edouard Bellemare, Jordan Oesterle, Antti Raanta,,
Mathieu Perreault, Jimmy Vesey, Ryan Dzingel, Brandon Sutter, Derek Stepan,

Josh Leivo, Derek Ryan , Corey Perry, Artem Anisimov, Michael Frolik,
David Rittich, Laurent Brossoit, Zach Bogosian, Dmitry Kulikov, Jon Merrill,

Riley Nash, Travis Boyd, Tucker Poolman, Jordie Benn, Derick Brassard,
Michael Bunting, Patrik Nemeth, Kurtis Gabriel, Marcus Sorensen, Tomas Nosek,

Brock McGinn, Cedric Paquette, Vinnie Hinostroza, Michael Del Zotto, Andrew Cogliano,
Erik Gudbranson, Sean Kuraly, Cody Ceci, Marc Staal, Darren Helm,

Andy Greene, Mikko Lehtonen, Evan Rodrigues, Frederick Gaudreau,

Joël Bouchard devient le nouvel entraîneur-chef à San Diego, la filiale de la Ligue américaine des Ducks d'Anaheim.

simple comme question n'est-ce pas ?
selon vous si JARVIS est disponible au 16e rang , est-ce que BERGEVIN le prendra ou il choisira un autre joueur au 16e rang

Vous avez 2 jeunes joueurs de 23 ans et moins à choisir , pour croire que votre club serait potentiellement un aspirant HONNÊTE pour la coupe Stanley

qui serait ces 2 jeunes joueurs selon VOUS ?? ?? en excluant seulement un jeune -> McDAVID

P.S. sans oublier que l'arriver de ces 2 jeunes peuvent permettre un ou 2 trades par la suite

Ça commence à jaser à travers la NHL , qu'il pourrait y avoir 1 ou même 2 rachats de contrat qui ne seraient pas comptabilisés sur le CAP , pour aider les clubs plus riche et par la bande , les moins riches également

si le plafond baisse de 1 ou 2 M. ( à 80M. exemple ) et même demeure à 81.5 ce serait déjà sur la table niveau discussion du moins

ça aiderait pas le CH pour transiger mais tout de même ... ça libérerait au minimum le 4.6 de ALZNER , ce qui serait fort important pour les signatures à venir

j'aime bien cette idée .... SEABROOK - SUBBAN - STEEN - LOUI ERIKSSON entre autre , sont des noms mentionnés 

Suite à la loterie
le CH obtient le choix #2

Les WINGS contactent le CH et offre leur choix #4 + MANTHA pour le #2

que feriez vous être BERGEVIN ?? vous dites OUI ou NON ??

Je serais aucunement surpris que Bergevin y aille de 2 TENTATIVES de mouvements importants

le premier , il fera un offre hostile pour obtenir un joueur et ce sera ANTHONY MANTHA
il va prendre le risque de manquer les séries et perdre le droit à la loterie

le deuxième , il trouvera le moyen d'obtenir un jeune défenseur offensif de moins de 25 ans et DOMI sera le sacrifier , même si il va essayer avec DROUIN en premier ( il ajoutera peut-être plus que juste un joueur pour obtenir le défenseur rechercher

Nouvelles du CH / Shea Weber injury
« on: February 12, 2020, 12:55:40 PM »

Nick Kypreos

Sources say Shea Weber injury has his season likely over and his future in question. Told injury is related to foot that was surgically repaired in 2018. While waiting for swelling to alleviate and further confirmation, surgery seemed unavoidable going into this week.

Nouvelles LNH/KHL / WILD CARD 2019-2020
« on: January 21, 2020, 06:49:12 AM »
   28   15   5   61   48   25   3   2   139   130   9   15-7-3   13-8-2   3-5-2   L3
WILD CARD   W   L   OTL   PTS   GP   ROW   SOW   SOL   GF   GA   GD   HOME   AWAY   L10   STRK
Jackets 26   16   8   60   50   26   0   2   134   127   7   15-9-2   11-7-6   8-2-0   W5

 Hurricanes   28   18   3   59   49   25   3   0   155   131   24   16-8-1   12-10-2   5-4-1   W1

 Flyers   26   17   6   58   49   21   5   5   155   150   5   16-4-4   10-13-2   4-5-1   W1

 Leafs   25   17   7   57   49   24   1   4   176   165   11   12-6-7   13-11-0   4-3-3   L2

 Sabres   22   20   7   51   49   21   1   1   145   152   -7   14-6-3   8-14-4   5-5-0   L1

 Canadiens   22   21   7   51   50   19   3   1   155   157   -2   10-12-4   12-9-3   4-5-1   W2

Rangers   23   20   4   50   47   23   0   2   156   155   1   13-9-2   10-11-2   5-5-0   L1

Mais malheureusement , il y a un SI

un maudit SI trop important
et ce SI , c'est d'avoir un KOVI comme présentement mais à 30 ans (pas 27 ou 28 mais oui 30 ans )

du talent et de la détermination mais aussi de l'ENTHOUSIASME

C'est lui qui a l'effet leadership , l'effet d'entraînement ... je regarde PRICE et on dirait qu'il est le premier à suivre le vieux KOVI 
et je crois qu'un DROUIN a sûrement hâte d'embarquer dans le * KOVI BANDWAGON*

un fait demeure , l'avoir à 30 ans comme présentement pour 4 ou 5 autres années
je mettrais le paquet et OUI , mon choix de repêchage 1RD* pourrait y passer assez vite et peut-être kek autres hahahaha

* ben oui j'aurais la clause de protection LOTO  C:-)

maudit SI...

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