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Started by herman, July 18, 2020, 02:51:46 PM
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Quote from: CarltonTheBear on July 26, 2020, 12:34:03 PMDon't blame him one bit for wanting to take an opportunity like that considering how much of a question mark the 20/21 AHL season is right now. He does still have one more year on his contract with the Leafs though so presumably they would need to approve this/loan him to that KHL team.Quote from: herman on July 26, 2020, 11:08:53 AMhttps://twitter.com/vorkywh24/status/1287398439043698690Korshkov, now out of the RTP running, will be playing in the KHL until the next NHL season kicks back into gear, preventing him from too long a layoff.
Quote from: herman on July 26, 2020, 11:08:53 AMhttps://twitter.com/vorkywh24/status/1287398439043698690Korshkov, now out of the RTP running, will be playing in the KHL until the next NHL season kicks back into gear, preventing him from too long a layoff.
QuoteKorshkov, who turned 24 a few weeks ago, is in the first year of his ELC by the NHL calendar. If he goes to Russia right now, he immediately steps into next year. That ELC is only two-years, since he was 22 when it was signed. So if he does play the 2020-2021 season for Lokomotiv, he will finish up an RFA with arbitration rights. He'll also be, somewhat unusually, waivers exempt.If he and the Leafs are then interested in him playing in the 2021-2022 season in the NHL, when he'll be 25, they will be able to sign him to a deal that doesn't need to meet the ELC minimum (which will still be $925,000) like they would with a 25-year-old Russian UFA. The NHL minimum salary in that year will be $750,000.
Quote3. When Leafs depth forward Egor Korshkov, a Phase 3 participant, failed to make the club's bubble roster, it was soon reported he'd agreed to return to the KHL's Yaroslavl Lokomotiv, with whom he spent five seasons before joining the Toronto Marlies' 2019 playoff run.That doesn't necessarily mean Korshkov won't be back in Canada sometime in 2021.The pandemic has thrown all leagues' schedules out of whack, so Dubas will treat each prospect on an individual basis, working out agreements that best serve development instead of going with a cookie-cutter policy for everyone in the system."Due to the circumstances that are impacting the world everywhere, we have to be a little bit more agile in our thinking in terms of what we want with our prospects," Dubas explains. "None of these things are official yet, but some of these players have had relationships in Europe and they played in different places in Europe."If those places are safe and they've done a great job versus the virus and their seasons are going to start, it's a great opportunity for us to see those players begin to get some game action."When NHL camps reopen in mid-November (virus willing), Toronto could bring a prospect back into the fold or decide to leave him for a full season to develop overseas."Those seasons should be wrapping up when we're about halfway through our [2020-21] NHL season, and then [we could] bring them over," Dubas says.
Quote from: Zee on August 01, 2020, 04:14:43 PMHow do teams practice or have game day skates with only 2 rinks and constant games?
Quote from: Zee on August 10, 2020, 10:30:43 AMI guess year-end presser with Dubas/Shanahan will be tomorrow after they find out if they win the draft lottery tonight?
Quote from: CarltonTheBear on August 10, 2020, 10:33:15 AMQuote from: Zee on August 10, 2020, 10:30:43 AMI guess year-end presser with Dubas/Shanahan will be tomorrow after they find out if they win the draft lottery tonight? https://twitter.com/kristen_shilton/status/1292844729810518017
Quote from: Highlander on August 10, 2020, 03:51:34 PMNice of Torts to step up. Keefe is a good coach. Just need a few more key pieces and a full training camp. Goodbye to Ceci and Barrie. Good luck.
Quote from: Guilt Trip on August 10, 2020, 06:48:05 PM This team was tumbling off the cliff before Keefe took over. They will be better but it takes time. Dubas will address the D next.
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