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1 minute ago, MB3 said:

Feels like LeBanc is a gettable asset with San Jose’s cap crunch, too.

Staten Island’s finest. Someone should tell him Newark is close to Staten Island lol. 

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Okay...what about (and I think I'm entering the realm of being delusional here....shut up, mfitz...I know what you're thinking. lol ) :

 

T Meier - big RW that can score , has good speed , can play a heavy game with skill.

Fellow Swiss player for Nico.


Not sure what SJ’s cap situation is like after signing Karlsson and Pavelski needing to be signed.

Not sure if we own all our own draft picks that would be needed for compensation if he accepted and SJ didn’t match.

 

 

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There are some good options for the Devils out there:

Forwards taken from Capfriendly (Age<31):

Columbus Blue JacketsCBJ 28 C, LW Left 73 31 39 70 0.96 -3 172 0.18 17:56 - - - - -   UFA $6,000,000 $6,500,000
Columbus Blue JacketsCBJ 27 LW Right 79 28 59 87 1.10 14 191 0.15 19:51 - - - - -   UFA $6,000,000 $6,000,000
San Jose SharksSJS 29 RW, LW Left 81 22 38 60 0.74 1 204 0.11 18:07 - - - - - NTC UFA $4,750,000 $5,500,000
Boston BruinsBOS 28 C, LW, RW Left 58 13 17 30 0.52 -16 115 0.11 13:24 - - - - - M-NTC UFA $4,583,333 $4,750,000
Colorado AvalancheCOL 29 C, LW Left 65 12 15 27 0.42 -6 104 0.12 13:33 - - - - -   UFA $3,937,500 $4,000,000
New York IslandersNYI 28 LW, C Left 82 28 23 51 0.62 20 204 0.14 17:05 - - - - -   UFA $3,750,000 $5,000,000
Chicago BlackhawksCHI 29 C Left 74 4 8 12 0.16 -2 74 0.05 10:24 - - - - - M-NTC UFA $3,083,333 $2,300,000
Arizona CoyotesARI 28 LW, RW Left 75 14 19 33 0.44 -3 140 0.10 16:36 - - - - -   UFA $2,800,000 $2,800,000
Florida PanthersFLA 27 LW, C Left 82 9 10 19 0.23 -9 110 0.08 14:39 - - - - -   UFA $2,100,000 $2,100,000
Edmonton OilersEDM 26 LW, RW Left 67 0 11 11 0.16 -8 92 0.00 12:38 - - - - -   UFA
No QO
$2,000,000 $2,000,000
San Jose SharksSJS 27 RW Right 80 14 23 37 0.46 10 115 0.12 13:25 - - - - -   UFA $1,900,000 $1,900,000
Columbus Blue JacketsCBJ 27 LW, RW, C Left 78 26 30 56 0.72 -9 159 0.16 14:16 - - - - -   UFA $1,800,000 $2,100,000
Dallas StarsDAL 25 RW Right 53 4 2 6 0.11 -7 57 0.07 09:36 - - - - -   UFA
No QO
$1,750,000 $1,800,000
Carolina HurricanesCAR 27 LW, RW Left 71 17 23 40 0.56 13 156 0.11 14:05 - - - - -   UFA $1,750,000 $1,800,000
New Jersey DevilsNJD 26 RW, LW Right 41 3 5 8 0.20 -19 64 0.05 12:43 - - - - -   UFA
No QO
$1,725,000 $1,725,000
Ottawa SenatorsOTT 27 LW, C Left 55 9 11 20 0.36 4 91 0.10 13:12 - - - - -   UFA $1,700,000 $1,800,000
Washington CapitalsWSH 27 RW, LW Right 81 22 24 46 0.57 13 139 0.16 13:19 - - - - -   UFA $1,500,000 $1,500,000

 

Defensemen from Cap Friendly (Age<31)

   
Winnipeg JetsWPG 29 D Right 80 9 22 31 0.39 11 156 0.06 20:20 - - - - -   UFA $5,500,000 $3,000,000
Toronto Maple LeafsTOR 28 D Left 62 3 27 30 0.48 19 78 0.04 21:12 - - - - -   UFA $4,050,000 $4,050,000
St. Louis BluesSTL 29 D Left 42 1 9 10 0.24 -2 45 0.02 17:35 - - - - -   UFA $3,000,000 $3,000,000
Vancouver CanucksVAN 26 D Left 69 5 15 20 0.29 -23 114 0.04 22:21 - - - - -   UFA
No QO
$2,800,000 $2,800,000
Colorado AvalancheCOL 27 D Left 74 1 9 10 0.14 5 57 0.02 16:29 - - - - -   UFA $2,500,000 $2,500,000
Winnipeg JetsWPG 26 D Left 48 3 9 12 0.25 6 60 0.05 14:42 - - - - -   UFA
No QO
$2,400,000 $2,500,000
Edmonton OilersEDM 27 D Right 35 0 2 2 0.06 -15 47 0.00 14:01 - - - - -   UFA $1,950,000 $1,950,000
New York IslandersNYI 29 D Left 9 0 1 1 0.11 0 5 0.00 15:28 - - - - -   UFA $1,500,000 $1,500,000
Winnipeg JetsWPG 28 D Left 78 5 15 20 0.26 6 111 0.05 18:36 - - - - -   UFA $1,400,000 $1,600,000
- 28 D Right 5 0 0 0 0.00 0 6 0.00 12:02 - - - - -   UFA $1,300,000 $1,300,000
Vancouver CanucksVAN 25 D Left 62 3 9 12 0.19 -1 58 0.05 17:09 - - - - -   UFA
No QO
$1,100,000 $1,100,000
Pittsburgh PenguinsPIT 29 D Right 25 2 5 7 0.28 -12 27 0.07 11:26 - - - - -   UFA $1,000,000 $1,000,000
Winnipeg JetsWPG 26 D Left 41 1 6 7 0.17 0 40 0.03 13:57 - - - - -   UFA
No QO
$1,000,000 $1,000,000
                                       
    While there were a lot of forwards, only a few defensemen though. After this, the other options are offer sheets and that could possibly be Marner and Meier.
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4 minutes ago, Anhkheg said:

There are some good options for the Devils out there:

Forwards taken from Capfriendly (Age<31):

Columbus Blue JacketsCBJ 28 C, LW Left 73 31 39 70 0.96 -3 172 0.18 17:56 - - - - -   UFA $6,000,000 $6,500,000
Columbus Blue JacketsCBJ 27 LW Right 79 28 59 87 1.10 14 191 0.15 19:51 - - - - -   UFA $6,000,000 $6,000,000
San Jose SharksSJS 29 RW, LW Left 81 22 38 60 0.74 1 204 0.11 18:07 - - - - - NTC UFA $4,750,000 $5,500,000
Boston BruinsBOS 28 C, LW, RW Left 58 13 17 30 0.52 -16 115 0.11 13:24 - - - - - M-NTC UFA $4,583,333 $4,750,000
Colorado AvalancheCOL 29 C, LW Left 65 12 15 27 0.42 -6 104 0.12 13:33 - - - - -   UFA $3,937,500 $4,000,000
New York IslandersNYI 28 LW, C Left 82 28 23 51 0.62 20 204 0.14 17:05 - - - - -   UFA $3,750,000 $5,000,000
Chicago BlackhawksCHI 29 C Left 74 4 8 12 0.16 -2 74 0.05 10:24 - - - - - M-NTC UFA $3,083,333 $2,300,000
Arizona CoyotesARI 28 LW, RW Left 75 14 19 33 0.44 -3 140 0.10 16:36 - - - - -   UFA $2,800,000 $2,800,000
Florida PanthersFLA 27 LW, C Left 82 9 10 19 0.23 -9 110 0.08 14:39 - - - - -   UFA $2,100,000 $2,100,000
Edmonton OilersEDM 26 LW, RW Left 67 0 11 11 0.16 -8 92 0.00 12:38 - - - - -   UFA
No QO
$2,000,000 $2,000,000
San Jose SharksSJS 27 RW Right 80 14 23 37 0.46 10 115 0.12 13:25 - - - - -   UFA $1,900,000 $1,900,000
Columbus Blue JacketsCBJ 27 LW, RW, C Left 78 26 30 56 0.72 -9 159 0.16 14:16 - - - - -   UFA $1,800,000 $2,100,000
Dallas StarsDAL 25 RW Right 53 4 2 6 0.11 -7 57 0.07 09:36 - - - - -   UFA
No QO
$1,750,000 $1,800,000
Carolina HurricanesCAR 27 LW, RW Left 71 17 23 40 0.56 13 156 0.11 14:05 - - - - -   UFA $1,750,000 $1,800,000
New Jersey DevilsNJD 26 RW, LW Right 41 3 5 8 0.20 -19 64 0.05 12:43 - - - - -   UFA
No QO
$1,725,000 $1,725,000
Ottawa SenatorsOTT 27 LW, C Left 55 9 11 20 0.36 4 91 0.10 13:12 - - - - -   UFA $1,700,000 $1,800,000
Washington CapitalsWSH 27 RW, LW Right 81 22 24 46 0.57 13 139 0.16 13:19 - - - - -   UFA $1,500,000 $1,500,000

 

Defensemen from Cap Friendly (Age<31)

   
Winnipeg JetsWPG 29 D Right 80 9 22 31 0.39 11 156 0.06 20:20 - - - - -   UFA $5,500,000 $3,000,000
Toronto Maple LeafsTOR 28 D Left 62 3 27 30 0.48 19 78 0.04 21:12 - - - - -   UFA $4,050,000 $4,050,000
St. Louis BluesSTL 29 D Left 42 1 9 10 0.24 -2 45 0.02 17:35 - - - - -   UFA $3,000,000 $3,000,000
Vancouver CanucksVAN 26 D Left 69 5 15 20 0.29 -23 114 0.04 22:21 - - - - -   UFA
No QO
$2,800,000 $2,800,000
Colorado AvalancheCOL 27 D Left 74 1 9 10 0.14 5 57 0.02 16:29 - - - - -   UFA $2,500,000 $2,500,000
Winnipeg JetsWPG 26 D Left 48 3 9 12 0.25 6 60 0.05 14:42 - - - - -   UFA
No QO
$2,400,000 $2,500,000
Edmonton OilersEDM 27 D Right 35 0 2 2 0.06 -15 47 0.00 14:01 - - - - -   UFA $1,950,000 $1,950,000
New York IslandersNYI 29 D Left 9 0 1 1 0.11 0 5 0.00 15:28 - - - - -   UFA $1,500,000 $1,500,000
Winnipeg JetsWPG 28 D Left 78 5 15 20 0.26 6 111 0.05 18:36 - - - - -   UFA $1,400,000 $1,600,000
- 28 D Right 5 0 0 0 0.00 0 6 0.00 12:02 - - - - -   UFA $1,300,000 $1,300,000
Vancouver CanucksVAN 25 D Left 62 3 9 12 0.19 -1 58 0.05 17:09 - - - - -   UFA
No QO
$1,100,000 $1,100,000
Pittsburgh PenguinsPIT 29 D Right 25 2 5 7 0.28 -12 27 0.07 11:26 - - - - -   UFA $1,000,000 $1,000,000
Winnipeg JetsWPG 26 D Left 41 1 6 7 0.17 0 40 0.03 13:57 - - - - -   UFA
No QO
$1,000,000 $1,000,000
                                       
    While there were a lot of forwards, only a few defensemen though. After this, the other options are offer sheets and that could possibly be Marner and Meier.                                        
                                             
                                             
                                             
                                             
                                             
                                             
                                             
                                             
                                             
                                             
                                             
                                             
                                             
                                             
                                             

Thanks for the list!  :)

 

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4 hours ago, mfitz804 said:

Kariya: 989 games, 402G, 587A, 989P

Elias: 1240 games, 408G, 617A, 1025P

Virtually the same stats but Kariya played 250 games less because of concussion issues (Scott Stevens). 

Not saying Patty shouldn’t be in, but Kariya was exactly a PPG player and he belongs in the Hall. 54 players have averaged a point per game in their career with a minimum of 500 points. Looks to me like most of them, save for the active guys and Jagr, are in the Hall. I only see one I know for sure is not. 

https://www.quanthockey.com/nhl/records/nhl-players-all-time-points-per-game-leaders.html

Fair enough. We all know Elias could have put up even better numbers on a less defensive minded team though. Just like Stevens would have. But yes, a PPG is pretty impressive. I do think 2 Cups to Kariya’s 0 kind of closes the gap a bit, but it is what it is. 

And yeah, this year’s class blows. 

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I've been pretty lowkey lately, but I gotta say, I'm real excited for the next 2 weeks. Can't wait to see what Shero has up his sleeve. This next season looks real promising, with PK and a lot of young kids coming in, I have a feeling it'll be a whole lot of fun. 

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8 hours ago, glenwo2 said:

Okay...what about (and I think I'm entering the realm of being delusional here....shut up, mfitz...I know what you're thinking. lol ) :

Oh, it wasn’t just me...

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8 hours ago, glenwo2 said:

Any possibility of Nyquist ending up as a Devil?

 

 

 

imo, another guy who's best years in rearview, ( I know he's not old!) perimeter player, doesn't like getting his nose dirtied. 

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22 minutes ago, newarkcupparade said:

What do you guys think the interest will be for Zuccarello? Any fit for the Devils?

Good veteran presence with some skill, so yes.

Still a former Ranger so fvck him every day of the week and twice on Sunday. 

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28 minutes ago, mfitz804 said:

Good veteran presence with some skill, so yes.

Still a former Ranger so fvck him every day of the week and twice on Sunday. 

As long as he doesn't re-sign with Dallas and get the Rangers another pick, I'm happy.

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7 minutes ago, MB3 said:

I’ve said from day 1 I would love Zucc. He’s a fast and skilled player which is what we like to have, but by all accounts he’s one of the best locker room guys in the sport.

Yea I think I'm in that camp as well. I'm surprised I haven't seen his name floating around more as a desirable option. 

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Regarding the QO's yesterday, I am happy with who was given one and who wasn't.  Not surprising Noesen's run in NJ has come to an end.  There were times last season I literally forgot he was on the team.  We pretty much got his best 30-40 game stretch of his NHL career in the 17-18 season.

As for the HHOF vote, it is still shocking how Mogilny is still not in.  Out of the list of eligible players for this season, he seemed to most accomplished one.  He had that monster 76-goal season in 92-93 and was still a pretty consistent 30-40 goal scorer for much of his career.  He also averaged more than a PPG for his career.  He won a cup with the Devils in 2000 so there is that too.

From what I have heard, the HHOF selection committee is still pretty slanted towards French Canadian players.  If so, that would make sense as to why Guy Carbonneau was selected this year.  Yeah he won the Selke multiple times, but by that standard Jere Lehtinen should be in there as well and he is definitely not worthy of being in the HHOF.  Both have 3 Selke trophy wins so it is a push there, but Jere had 514 points in 875GP for a career ppg average of .59 while Guy had 663 points in 1318GP for a career average of .50.  The only thing that Guy edges Jere in is 3 cups to Jere's 1 but that is team award.

I am actually OK with Zubov being selected.  I have to remember that the prime of his career was during the dead puck era and high-scoring defenseman were few and far between.  He was one of them and would have had better point totals if the prime of his career was not dead stuck in the 95-04 era.

I still think Elias is borderline.  To me, HHOF induction means that you have a few things; 1) hardware, which Elias largely lacks outside of 2 cups which is a team award and 2) best at your position in your era.  He was really only that sort of guy in 3 seasons: 00-01, 03-04 and the half-season of 05-06 for him.  I think the selection committee in the future will take into account that Elias probably sacrificed about 150-200 career points by playing on some low-scoring Lou teams, but I think Elias getting in his not an obvious slam-dunk thing.

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