Quote from: Nik on May 22, 2023, 09:28:47 AMQuote from: Bender on May 22, 2023, 08:46:41 AMQuote from: Nik on May 21, 2023, 11:51:45 PMSpoilers For Barry:
So I guess the big questions heading into the finale is whether or not Barry will be able to save Sally and their son from Hank and his Chechen gangsters and what consequences Mr. Cousineau will face for now being suspected in being complicit in the death of his girlfriend. Then of course there's Fuchs who has fully embraced his Raven persona and seems dead set on exacting some sort of revenge on Barry for the torture he faced in Prison over the last 8 years.
This show is a Comedy.
I mean, it WAS a comedy! I actually like this season better than the previous. I just felt like for a lot of Barry he was getting away with things almost consequence free and it all seemed too easy (although that never completely goes away). I like that everything's finally come to a head.
And it's still very, very funny when it needs to be. The conversation in last night's episode about The Fast and the Furious movies or NoHo Hank's "Why am I still opening these boxes?" were great. I'll miss it when it's gone.
Quote from: CarltonTheBear on Yesterday at 01:14:13 PMI've always figured Murray was a definite goner this offseason but if the Leafs don't re-sign ROR they might honestly have more cap space than they can realistically spend considering how bland the UFA market is. So who knows. I guess there could be a chance they keep him at a $3.5mil hit on the Marlies until maybe deadline time or if another team finds themselves needing a goalie (or as just insurance behind Samsonov and Woll).
Quote from: bustaheims on Yesterday at 12:35:52 PMQuote from: A Weekend at Bernier's on Yesterday at 12:31:03 PMHonest question: why would moving off the Murray contract imply some sort of asset going with him to make it happen? Would the Leafs not be in a position to simply eat the last year of his contract and send him through waivers to the Marlies? If the unthinkable happens and Murray remains healthy and plays well he'd be eligible for callup or that much more appealing as a potential waiver pickup.
Murray being in the AHL only saves the team a little over $1M on the cap. For a team looking the squeeze the most value out of every available cap dollar, it's not the ideal move by any means.
Quote from: A Weekend at Bernier's on Yesterday at 12:31:03 PMHonest question: why would moving off the Murray contract imply some sort of asset going with him to make it happen? Would the Leafs not be in a position to simply eat the last year of his contract and send him through waivers to the Marlies? If the unthinkable happens and Murray remains healthy and plays well he'd be eligible for callup or that much more appealing as a potential waiver pickup.
Quote from: L K on Yesterday at 09:10:36 AMI'd do that trade...although I would wonder what kind of number Hellebyuck is looking for in his next contract.
Quote from: herman on May 29, 2023, 12:35:38 PMhttps://www.pensionplanpuppets.com/roster-structure-maple-leafs-offseason-cap-space/
PPP goes over the roster makeover mechanics (lots of space! but lots of requirements) and while there is a way we could just skate by with the regular moves, I still think a Marner move for the right pieces (primarily a 2C+) is how to push this in the right direction for the interim and long term. Splitting that 11M into two higher end players improves the depth without too much of a dent in the star power. UFA crop is poop and overpriced. June/at or before the draft is the time to make the move.
Quote from: Arn on May 28, 2023, 03:01:07 PMFriedman reporting the Penguins are waiting for Dubas to decide if he wants the job or not...
Quote from: Sir Nicholas de Mimsy-Porpington on May 29, 2023, 04:32:25 PMNylander for Hellebuyck anyone?
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