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  1. What Sparks was doing on the Nyquist goal was beyond me. Glad they got a point. They've been playing pretty poorly for the last little stretch, they need to turn it back up.
  2. Im not mad at 6.9 for Nylander, and it'll probably be a steal as early as next year, but I think the Leafs definitely gave in at the end. I mean, I would've done the same thing. I wouldnt let Nylander sit a year just because of 300k annually.
  3. Im just basing this off of the report from Chris Johnston which said that Nylanders camp wanted a shade under 7 and Friedmans report after saying that both sides were 300k apart. Im assuming the Leafs wanted it at 6.7, but Nylander still ended up getting his shade under 7.
  4. Just move Arizona to Houston already.
  5. Cause Nylander got what he wanted and the Leafs didnt.
  6. Signing the 'Big Three'

    Matthews 12 x 8. Hoping he'll take a discount and take 11, but doubt it. Marner 9.5 x 8. Jake walks and maybe the Leafs move Connor Brown to open a couple mill.
  7. Dubas definitely caved, bur im not mad at 6.9
  8. They should at least be able to work 9ut a 1 year deal so he can play this year.
  9. Friedman from his 31 thoughts article: "Last Saturday on Headlines, Chris Johnston reported Toronto’s belief that William Nylander would be interested in a six-year deal at around $6.9 million per season. My best intel says that is not (yet) on the table, but it doesn’t mean it won’t be by 5:00 pm ET Dec. 1, when this phase of the dispute mercifully comes to its end. I think the two sides are around $300,000/year apart. The problem is that both Toronto and Nylander think they’ve significantly moved off their original positions, so they get to a point where they don’t want to go further and dig in again. That might not sound like a lot, but Edmonton fans will remember Ryan Smyth was traded in 2007 when talks collapsed with both sides $100,000 apart A few things on Nylander: Toronto has told teams it will not take on salary that disrupts its future cap situation, making a trade unlikely — although some have tried. I’ve also searched for three-way possibilities, and am under the impression that’s an unlikely path. Their preferred option is still to sign him. https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/31-thoughts-senators-melnyk-scrambling-save-arena-deal/
  10. Would be great to take the top spot in the Atlantic. Let Boston and Tampa kill each other in the 1st round this time.
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