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22 Feb 2021 15:19:08
Imo the leafs are going to make a huge push this season this deadline I could see 2 or 3 players added easily. Specifically a top 6 LW and maybe Chris Tierny


Toronto- Jimmy Vesey and 2021 3rd

Vancouver- Tanner Pearson 50% retained

Toronto- The leafs get a solid 3rd line LW

Vancouver- is out of it and will move him to the highest bidder. I don't think any American team will want to deal with border issues so the bidding war will probably be between Montreal, Winnipeg and Toronto. I think that's the best offer they get.

Ottawa- Chris Tiereny 50% retained

Toronto- Alex Kerfoot, B prospect and 2nd 2021

Ottawa- the sens get a decent replacement who is more gifted offensively but is only mediocre defensively and they get 2 nice pieces for the future. He'll be moved to the highest bidder most likely unless if resigned. I think this gets him.

Toronto- gets a solid 2way 3C PKer.

Now the big piece at the deadline they're looking to acquire is rumoured to be Viktor Avidsson, Mikeal Granlund and Rickard Rakell. IMO Avidsson is the best fit.

Nashville- Viktor Avidsson 50% retained

Toronto- Pierre Engvail, Timothy Lilijgren and 1st 2021

Nashville- The predators will be sellers at the deadline and 2 1sts for Avidsson is a huge hull

Toronto- the leafs get a hard working top 6 winger he's a player you want in the playoffs




Note- Thortan is listed on 1st line because of Chemistry but he will be shuffled around in playoffs due to fatigue Pearson/Hyman/Thortan will be moving around.

This is a cup caliber lineup imo it's a stronger roster then LA/Pittsburgh when they won their cups.


1.) 22 Feb 2021 18:06:26
Pearson could fetch more than just a 3rd, Vesey is essentially worthless considering how he's played for the Leafs, and especially with 50% retention. I'd say Pearson at 50% is probably a 2nd + some depth AHL'ers like Vesey, a 3rd seems too minimal.

Tierney really isn't worth it, Kerfoot's underlyings show him as a solid enough defensive player and he also has more points at the moment. I definitely wouldn't be adding a B prospect and a 2nd to Kerf to upgrade, unless you're considering Kerf a cap dump, which again I think would be kinda harsh for a decent enough 2LW/ above average 3C with 4-7-11 in 19 games. Even though Tierney's retained 50%, I don't think all that for a rental is really worth it.

The Arvidsson trade feels like too little from Toronto as well. Engvall is a cap piece, that's all he is - Arvidsson at 50% for the next 3 years is 2.3 dead cap for the Preds, and the return is Liljegren, who is likely a #4 dman at the NHL level and a 1st which is likely to be between 26 and 32? Although he hasn't had a very good year, coupled with his struggles last year, I still think that at 50% as a non-rental at his age, he could probably get a bit more. Maybe I'm wrong, but that (Lilj/ 1st/ Engvall) is similar to Kappy's return from Pittsburgh, and I think Arvidsson>>Kappy.

2.) 22 Feb 2021 18:26:23
Nylanders trade is fairly similar to the Zucker trade just with retention. Might have to add a little but it’s probably pretty close IMO.

3.) 22 Feb 2021 19:14:15
You know what I think you’re right with the 3rd being upgraded to a 2nd in the Pearson trade. I’m sure that’d get it done because I’m sure their won’t be a huge bidding war.

The Zucker trade was a comparison.

I see tierny as a lot better fit for a shutdown centre then Kerfoot.

4.) 22 Feb 2021 19:30:50
I see where you're going with Tierney. Thing is, I like Kerf on the Tavares wing tbh, but I do get wanting to get Tierney. That's a toughie. If we don't include the Arvidsson trade, and keep Kerfoot, and send Ottawa a B prospect + 2nd + 3rd or so, I think we'd be able to get Tierney, cause I do agree that a third line of Mikheyev-Tierney-Hyman would be an excellent matchup line.

Coming back to the Arvidsson trade, I myself forgot about the Zucker/ Addison trade, haha, and looking at it again, it's pretty similar. I guess the Kappy trade isn't really a fair comparasion cause Rutherford did overpay for him, but I think the age difference between Zucker and Arvidsson, + the retention would probably warrant an extra 2nd or so. that's my bad for forgetting the Zucker trade though, haha.

5.) 22 Feb 2021 20:57:09
I think it’s a forgone conclusion that a top 6 winger is added to the leafs wether it be Avidsson or someone else. Tiereny would be such a good add tho would be nice if they wouldn’t need to add as much to Kerfoot.

6.) 22 Feb 2021 23:55:28
I am sure every team in the league is going to retain 50%salary, to help the Leafs.

7.) 23 Feb 2021 04:22:47
Why wouldn’t they? If the leafs are giving them assets. They’re rentals whoever wins the bidding war gets them.

8.) 24 Feb 2021 23:09:40
With little to no fans in the stands, teams that won't be making the playoffs will also want to cut salary because of the huge cash losses taking place. if the leafs want teams to retain 50%, they will be paying a much higher price.



19 Feb 2021 17:58:17
3way trade

Colorado- John Gibson and Rickard Rakell

Toronto- Philip Grubauer

Anaheim- Alex Newhook, Bowen Byram, Timothy Lilijgren and 1st 2021 ( Toronto )

Colorado- gets the best goalie in NHL signed long term at a cheap cap his and a solid 2nd line winger signed to a cheap cap hit.

Toronto- the leafs get a starter who is probably a upgrade on Fredrick Anderson. Freddy Anderson could then be moved to Pittsburgh or Washington for a pick.

Anaheim- Jump starts their rebuild with 4 huge Pieces.


1.) 19 Feb 2021 18:15:40
why does the leafs need another goalie they have campbell, freddy, and dell.

2.) 19 Feb 2021 19:40:26
Anaheim comes out way ahead. I think it would be a maaaaaybe from Colorado and only because there team is stacked and Gibson is around the age of the core group.

3.) 19 Feb 2021 20:12:41
Ebsolutely I don’t think you understand how good Gibson is. He is the most valuable goalie in NHL hands down.

4.) 19 Feb 2021 20:49:05
Pens Grubauer is younger and cheaper.

5.) 19 Feb 2021 20:53:27
Not sure any of these teams would accept the offer. Grubauer is a solid starter for Colorado, Toronto is happy with their tandem and Gibson is the solid goalie Anaheim needs to remain somewhat competitive as they rebuild.

6.) 19 Feb 2021 22:10:55
I understand he’s been underrated his whole career. Colorado won’t trade that much of there future for a marginal upgrade. They can get a .920% for much cheaper. Arizona might like one of those three pieces for Kuemper.

7.) 19 Feb 2021 23:04:43
I don’t think any team entertains that deal. All 3 probably have zero interest, but PENS, leafs don’t have Dell anymore. He was claimed on waivers by the Devils a while ago.

8.) 19 Feb 2021 23:11:16
Nylander: to say Grubraur is younger and cheaper than Andersen is true, but he’s only 2 years younger AND he’s only cheaper till this June. He’s $3.3M and a UFA. So you trade for him and then he walks for nothing. Or you lose leverage because him and his agents know what you gave up for him. If you think he’s going to give up his 1 chance at UFA and sign on to be the starter for the Maple Leafs without a significant raise, you’re dreaming.

9.) 19 Feb 2021 23:29:38
Anaheim won't be competitive for a while my guy.

10.) 20 Feb 2021 01:00:31
Just looked up Grubauers numbers and there impressive. Him and Kuemper or someone capable of being a 1B would be a really good goalie tandem.

11.) 22 Feb 2021 02:03:40
Why doesn't Toronto try for Gibson then? 1st this year, 1st next year, sandin and nic roberts (i think that's his name)



17 Feb 2021 05:34:15
Seen this on HF boards it really reminds me of the Kawhi Lenord/Demar Derozen trade.

Toronto: William Nylander, Timothy Lilijgren and 2021 1st

Chicago: Patrick Kane ( 50% retained)

Toronto- gets a superstar RW upgrade to maximize their chances at a cup run.

Chicago- gets a younger star replacement and 2 1sts

HF verdict- yes from most Chicago fans and mixed opinions from Toronto fans.


1.) 17 Feb 2021 10:53:31
I’d said it would be solid if Kane wasn’t retained @ 50% salary.

2.) 17 Feb 2021 14:00:55
Toronto needs the retention to hit salary cap.
The RW would be pretty stellar, but LW would be pretty bad in Toronto. I think they might be better off sticking with what they have. No from both IMO.

3.) 17 Feb 2021 16:23:58
What the leafs aren’t giving a LW in this deal thunder Turkey?



10 Feb 2021 15:26:50
NYR- Tony DeAngelo- retained to 2.5 mil

Calgary- Sam Bennet- 2.5 mil

Straight across swap even hits. DeAngelo is an elite offensive dman who had more points last Season then Bennets last 3 combined ( almost ). He'd absolutely transform the flames PP. Bennet brings in a potentially solid 3 C.

*I think another strong fit for Bennet would be Columbus. They're lacking C depth and Torts would be a good fit for him.


1.) 10 Feb 2021 16:29:55
I don't think the Flames are very interested in DeAngelo. They already have plenty of offensive defensemen who are good defensively too. Andersson, Gio, Hanifin, Valimaki, even Kylington who can't make the roster because he isn't good without the puck.

Yes, Columbus, Torts and his system would be a good fit for Bennett. An ideal fit IMO. Columbus has shown significant interest in acquiring Bennett before too.

The real question is what would they give the Flames in return for him? Calgary's biggest needs are a top 6 right shot RW and a big, hard hitting, crease clearing shutdown defenseman, preferably a right shot RD. Bennett isn't going to bring back either of those by himself.

2.) 10 Feb 2021 19:11:03
Columbus won’t be moving Bjorkstrand and probably not Laine either so not sure who else. David Savard for Bennet+ could be a base he describes exactly what they’re looking for.

3.) 10 Feb 2021 22:05:58
Savard is too old, wouldn't fit under the cap in Calgary and he'd just be a rental anyhow.

No way Columbus would move Jones or Laine.

That only leaves Bjorkstrand as a player who fits Calgary's needs. I don't see Columbus moving Bjorkstrand either unless they get offered more than Benny or Benny + lesser pieces/ picks and I don't see Calgary being willing to part with much more either.

Hanifin has to be off the trading block now too since he and Tanev have been playing so well together.

4.) 11 Feb 2021 02:56:41
Laine goes way before Bjorkstrand clearly you have no idea how good he is because unless Lindholm is on the table Bjorkstrand won’t be moved.

5.) 11 Feb 2021 04:45:43
@Nylander not as long as Laine's biggest fan is GM in Columbus. Which is probably a lot longer than Torts will be the coach if Laine doesn't want to play for him too.



09 Feb 2021 01:28:40
This is my dream leafs deadline.

Toronto- Alex Kerfoot and 3rd 2021

Calgary- Sam Bennet 50% retained

Toronto- gets a solid playoff performer who plays a more physical game but the biggest reason is cap space.

Calgary- gets the better player who can play RW on 2nd line.

Toronto- Pierre Engvail, Rasmus Sandin, and 2021 1st


Pierre Engvail, Timothy Lilijgren, Travis Dermott, 2021 1st and 2022 2nd

Columbus- Nick Foligno 50% retained and David Savard 50% retained

Toronto- Nick Foligno is a heart and sole player who plays a elite defensive game and a solid acceptable top 6 game. He's a player that you win a Stanley cup with and IMO he's a peice that can can push the leafs over the edge. A lot of people don't understand how good he is. David Savard bring a solid number 4 dman rental. He's often been a target for leafs fans and this is the most realistic time to get him.

Columbus- ASSUMING THE JAKETS ARE OUT OF THE PLAYOFFS BY THE DEADLINE they get a great package for 2 pending UFAs instead of losing them for nothing. they can resign both in offseason as the leafs can't afford either.




Two equal top 6 lines and 2 equal bottom 6 lines. Holl plays over Savard solely due to having great chemistry with Muzzin.


1.) 09 Feb 2021 07:08:56
Calgary and Columbus wouldn’t retain, they don’t have much cap space. I like the pick ups for the Leafs but I don’t see how they could possibly get it done

2.) 09 Feb 2021 13:18:04
Calgary and Columbus aren't going to make bad trades just to help Toronto out.

3.) 09 Feb 2021 16:40:37
MoxNix you do realize Sandin would be the best prospect in the Blue Jackets and Flames organization without a debut right? Maybe search up players before you comment.

4.) 09 Feb 2021 17:57:50
Yea @moxnix he’s right, Sandin is really good

5.) 09 Feb 2021 18:06:28
@Nylander you do realize the Flames are stacked at left D and even if they weren't you had Sandin going to Columbus anyhow?

Maybe do some searching yourself.

The Flames don't want to move Bennett at all. Team management likes him, the players like him and the fans love him. Sure if another team comes along with the right offer they'd consider it but the likes of Kerfoot and a 3rd isn't it.

Just because an player's agent makes a stupid comment doesn't mean the team is suddenly going to take a bad trade to get rid of the player. Especially not when the player in question is one other teams always ask for during trade discussions.

6.) 09 Feb 2021 18:32:59
There was no mention of Sandin to the flames I just stated a fact that he’s better then any prospect in the flames organization. Brian Burke ( former GM and just hired as President of ops on the Penguins ) said Bennets value is extremely low.

It’s funny how you buy into the propaganda the flames put out as damage control in a desperate attempt to try to recover some of Bennets value. Yeah teams know he wants out. Teams ideally don’t hold onto players who want out that makes their organization look bad. If you truly did by into the propaganda that Bennet actually didn’t ask for a trade then go google Sam Bennet interview on being scratched. He said something along the lines of the flames are playing mind games with him. When asked about the trade request he said “no comment”

It’s only a matter of time before Bennet is moved anyone with a brain can see that. Why else would he be a healthy scratch one game then moved up to the 1st line after. It’s to showcase the player to get value.

Anyways if you don’t like Kerfoot the trade premise was to
Shed cap while bringing in a competent C. Paquette on Ottawa would also make sense.

7.) 10 Feb 2021 13:45:45
I wouldn’t be interested in either CbJ one right now, but I would love that CGY one from a leafs perspective. Kerfoot and a 3rd MIGHT be enough for Bennett, probably not. But definitely not if you want them to retain salary too.




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03 Mar 2021 15:22:28
Just curious to see who you'd guys would take on your team

Rasmus Dahlin or Austin Mathews

Personally I'm very on Dahlin becoming a top 5 dman in NHL history so I definitely take him.


1.) 03 Mar 2021 15:44:03
Matthews. Dahlin is overhyped. he's good, but not as great as he's made out to be. Let's see what happens in a few years, as dmen take longer to hit prime.

2.) 04 Mar 2021 18:01:32
Matthews best pure goal scorer Dahlin was pumped up going into the draft and i think he’s good he just need to play in a different market.

3.) 05 Mar 2021 18:43:27
It’s way too early to decide on this. Dmen take longer to develop. Unfair comparison at this point.



16 Feb 2021 23:51:30
People need to get off their high horses with Sam Bennet he's a great 4th liner and a serviceable 3rd liner he had 2 good playoffs but the reality is he's a dime in a dozen type of player. He asked for a trade and his values extremely low. Jack Roslovic is a comparible. Players like Bennet, Lawson Couse, Nick Ritchie, Arturi Lehkonen, Patrick Maroon, Casey Cizikas, Joel Armia, etc they're all useful come playoff time but they carry more value to their teams then others.

The flames will get a 2nd or 3rd from a team like Columbus at deadline and that'll be end of story.


1.) 17 Feb 2021 10:56:27
Well I mean Jack Roslovic has 10pts in 10 games so if that’s you’re comparable Bennett should hold value lol

2.) 17 Feb 2021 11:07:03
You’re getting mad that we don’t agree with what you think Bennett is worth.
“ The flames will get a 2nd or 3rd from a team like Columbus at the deadline and that’ll be end of story. “
If we don’t agree with your opinion then we’re on our high horses? Don’t get so pressed.
Sounds like you think your opinion is more accurate/better than ours so would that mean you should get off your high horse?

3.) 17 Feb 2021 13:53:08
I really don’t understand why people consider a 4th line player to hold significant value. Yes he has good playoff stats but look at the players I mentioned. A change of scenery did do wonders for Roslovic but at the time his value was low like Bennets.

4.) 17 Feb 2021 15:47:51
I don’t think a lot of people think he holds crazy value or at least I haven’t seen it. I think the 2nd +/ - could be accurate.

5.) 17 Feb 2021 16:23:52
Nobody thinks Bennett is a superstar. Since day one you’ve been on your high horse of hockey knowledge. As a fellow leaf fan, I’ve been here to try to keep you grounded. When the going gets tough in the playoffs, Bennett comes to play. Nylander goes to get his nails and hair done.

6.) 17 Feb 2021 18:27:20
William Nylander playoff stats- 25GP 5G 10A 15P 0.6PPG

Sam Bennet Playoff stats- 30GP 11G 8A 19P 0.63PPG

Mathew Tkachuk Playoff stats- 15GP 3G 2A 5P 0.33PPG

Who has more value Tkachuk the guy painting his nails in playoffs or Sam Bennet? No denying Brennet is solid in playoffs but Nylander is as well and triples his production in regular season. Like I said you don’t trade a star player for a grinder. A grinder can be found/ had for a lot cheaper. Look at Patty Maroon is he worth Guadreau. I’d say Nylander=Guadreau.

7.) 17 Feb 2021 18:42:54
Ohh wow Bennett’s playoff numbers are impressive. I change my mind to at least a 2nd. Might be a guy a team will overpay for.

8.) 17 Feb 2021 22:23:57
Yeah ebs Bennett is a monster in the playoffs like I don’t understand lmaoo, he’s been the flames mvp every playoffs

9.) 18 Feb 2021 05:53:16
Nobody said trade a star player for a grinder straight up. You’re one of those guys that only look at points. Nylander’s point totals this year are not that bad, he’s just invisible most games. Once in a while he does a couple laps around the offensive zone before heading to the salon when the play goes the other way. Come playoff time, I’d take Bennett or Tkachuk over Nylander any day. I’d be curious to see how many points Bennett could put up with Tavares or Matthews. Nylander has always played with high end talent.

10.) 18 Feb 2021 15:39:43
Not everyone has the ability to play with high end talent. Also compare Hymans point totals to Nylanders both play with same linemates. You’re in the minority’s of leaf fan’s opinion and clearly you have zero logic if you think Nylander is moved this year. I’d rather see Marner moved being a near 11 million dollar player.

11.) 18 Feb 2021 19:35:59
I try to be realistic and not a homer. There is no denying Nylander's skill and he probably won’t be traded. Dubas said he’s keeping all 4 and he’ll probably stick to his word. A lot of coaches would rather a guy like Hyman over Nylander. Especially when you have other guys that can score. Hyman’s work ethic, ability to turn pucks over and win puck battles is hard to to find. Nylander’s contract makes him more likely to be traded than Marner. You should know this.

12.) 18 Feb 2021 21:56:45
I agree with that except one thing. Work ethic can be taught easier then talent. Players like Hyman are a dime in a dozen. Players with Nylanders talent are much harder to find.

13.) 19 Feb 2021 05:09:04
I disagree that players like Hyman are dime a dozen. Work ethic comes with heart, that can’t be taught. He has been near the top of the league in take aways year after year. Somehow you turned this into Hyman versus Nylander. If I was a GM lacking scoring, I’d be all over Nylander. If I had other players that can score, I’d fill the rest of the team with guys with heart. Nylander is best suited with 2 line mates that do all the dirty work. That way he doesn’t break a nail in the corner.

14.) 19 Feb 2021 14:03:58
There’s a reason why Nylander is worth multiple 1sts and top prospects and Hyman isn’t. think about that.

15.) 20 Feb 2021 15:33:19
You get 3 hard working Hyman’s for the price of one pretty boy. Think about that.

16.) 20 Feb 2021 21:09:25
Come playoff time yes Bennett shows up

However, if your team needs to get in the playoffs he is a ghost

How valuable is Bennett if your team somehow missed the playoffs.

That’s why right now Bennett has no value unless a gm thinks 100% his team is in a playoff spot. However, due to injuries and C.V. even right now no team can guarantee their spot in playoffs, this is why he is difficult to trade as gms won’t spend capital for a regular season flopper.

Come trade deadline things change because some teams know they are in the playoffs guarenteed thus tend to deal for the Bennett tuoe(season pooper playoff performer) thus Bennett value gets teams 2nd rounders for these guys.

If a player can’t help you get into the playoffs then his regular season value is low.

That’s why so many grinders are dealt at deadline time not this time of year



20 Jan 2021 15:12:01
Contract and age aside who is the better player right now?

Philip Danault or Anthony Cirelli

Personally I'd go with Danault I see him doing more with less and I also controversially see him as the better defensive player.


1.) 21 Jan 2021 00:37:02
Im a habs fan so I have to go with Danault but Cirelli will be a Selke winner for years to come.

2.) 21 Jan 2021 00:57:08
I don't think ya can go wrong with either one. Which one is better at face offs? I'll go with him lol.

3.) 22 Jan 2021 07:23:49
Danault, you can’t go wrong with either though.



26 Nov 2020 01:35:04
Looks like the solution to the bolts cap troubles is a potential Staven Stamkos LTIRetirement.


1.) 26 Nov 2020 04:21:55
That would probably be the best thing that could happen for them. they might get under the cap without having to give up anyone.

2.) 26 Nov 2020 07:41:58
Is that a possibility? That Stamkos is done? That would be a shame, I've always really liked Stamkos, one divisional foe I like.

3.) 26 Nov 2020 14:52:37
It’s not a possibility. Stamkos has only had like 3 injuries, people take his injury outta proportion. And when he is playing he’s their best forward behind Kucherov.

4.) 28 Nov 2020 14:53:30
@NotACasual: Personally, I think Point is a bit better than Stamkos by now, but Stamkos is still an elite #1C, so I get your point.
And this LTIR thing is bs, btw. Stamkos is on track to return for the next season, so where is this even coming from? He's not retiring.
As NAC said, his injury history is blown way out of proportion. 2 of his 3 big injuries were injuries that have nothing to do with being "injury prone". First one, for example, he was driven into the post with his leg which broke bones. Just super unlucky but has nothing to do with being injury prone.

5.) 29 Nov 2020 01:47:24
I’m not saying he’s injury prone I’m more or less saying he’ll pull a Marian Hossa or Stephan Robdias.

6.) 29 Nov 2020 01:55:16
I agree triplets

7.) 01 Dec 2020 10:18:46
@Nylander: but he won't. why would he? he wants to f'ing play and help the team. 0% chance this happens.

8.) 02 Dec 2020 08:58:25
The Triplets, I think your being very biased atm. There is no player in the whole nhl that has 0% chance or retiring next season. They all could get hurt on or off the ice, have a family member die and make them rethink of they’re career or have a few injuries that makes them wonder if the 8.5 million he is making is worth loosing his family over. I don’t think Stamkos will retiring but you don’t know that he won’t. For you to say that other people are wrong and your right is absurd.

9.) 03 Dec 2020 05:51:40
I know I’m not the only one speculating this. Tampa needs to free up cap some how.

10.) 06 Dec 2020 06:53:50
@nylander they have better options to choose from including Johnson, Killorn, Coburn, Gourde.



12 Nov 2020 23:19:11
You're building a team who do you take?

Rasmus Dahlin or Miro Hieskanen

Personally I'm taking Dahlin. I think he has top 10 ever potential for his position. Hieskanen is currently better tho.


1.) 13 Nov 2020 12:01:01
Such a hard choice. I’m going with Dahlin because he’s slightly younger and performs quite well despite being on a horrible team.

2.) 14 Nov 2020 18:05:39
I'll take Dahlin as well, his ceiling is higher. Heiskanen is also going to be a good one.

How about these guys

3.) 15 Nov 2020 02:05:23
That’s a tough one. Age is not a factor here and heiskenen just had possibly a top 10 of all time playoff performance for a dman. Maybe not that high but still dam good.2 studs for sure I wouldn’t want to be the guy who had to choose but right now I’d lean toward heiskenen.




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06 Mar 2021 04:18:43
Obviously he’s better then Marner ITNEC.




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06 Mar 2021 04:17:50
Vlasic could be the worst contract in the league he has regressed more then any dman to the point where he is the worst dman on the sharks.




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06 Mar 2021 04:16:47
Phil Kessel was retained with 7 years left.




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05 Mar 2021 14:11:46
Coleman wasn’t a pending UFA and had a cheap cap hit while bringing more then just talent. Tampa overpayed for a player that fits their cap structure perfectly.




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05 Mar 2021 14:07:17
LMAO could be better then Eichel. You’re out to lunch. Please watch a few NHL games. I’m a leafs fan and I can still see Eichel is absolutely elite. He’s right up there with Pat Lafontain, Mike Modano, Austin Mathews and Patrick Kane in the challenge to see who is the best player in American history.





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