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Re: Canucks Contracts

Post by micky107 » Fri Sep 15, 2017 1:39 am

SKYO wrote:You homies just watch man, Stecher & Baertschi will have killer seasons coming up real quick.

Six years @ $3.75m per for Stecher. *(ok maybe 3.5m :devil: )
Five or six years x $3.75m-$4m for Baertschi will be a steal for em ahah yes, trust me.
You might be in the right ball-park for Stecher but there is no way they talk seriously until he completes his second year. Barring injury, should be great. You don't have to worry about him, he aint going anywhere else.
In Baertschi's case, I don't know what to expect. We may have already seen his ceiling. Definitely need to see another year. He is a lucky young man in that the Canucks took a chance on him coming out of Calgary and his war with them.
Not sure he will be on Bo's line all year. I have an idea who may supplant him on that line by year's end but I can't say now cause I would be roasted an toasted, :oops:
Now I gotta do some homework to see if I can figure out when our next retention window opens...
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Re: Canucks Contracts

Post by ESQ » Sun Sep 17, 2017 11:48 am

Come on Mick, have the courage of your convictions and put your prediction out there!

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Re: Canucks Contracts

Post by micky107 » Sun Sep 17, 2017 1:55 pm

ESQ wrote:Come on Mick, have the courage of your convictions and put your prediction out there!
I've already made it on another thread. Just wait and I will repost it on that other thread.
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Re: Canucks Contracts

Post by SKYO » Mon Nov 06, 2017 10:30 am

Well looks like ol Baertschi with his fluid playmaking will have a solid season with Horvat/Boeser.

But I'm gonna lower my asking price on Bart & go 4 years *ask $2.75M per - settle closer to $3M per, get him locked in at an affordable hit, it's the inflation Burrows contract he got riding with the Sedins 4 years @ $2M per.

Stecher banged up, don't know how his season will go.

Granlund looks like a superb two-way checker type a solid bottom 6, he can a reasonable raise, but probably only 2 or 3 years.

Burmi maybe a one year extension.

That's if no trades come about in a package deal.
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Re: Canucks Contracts

Post by Meds » Mon Nov 06, 2017 1:01 pm

SKYO wrote:Well looks like ol Baertschi with his fluid playmaking will have a solid season with Horvat/Boeser.

But I'm gonna lower my asking price on Bart & go 4 years *ask $2.75M per - settle closer to $3M per, get him locked in at an affordable hit, it's the inflation Burrows contract he got riding with the Sedins 4 years @ $2M per.

Stecher banged up, don't know how his season will go.

Granlund looks like a superb two-way checker type a solid bottom 6, he can a reasonable raise, but probably only 2 or 3 years.

Burmi maybe a one year extension.

That's if no trades come about in a package deal.
13 games in.....let's wait until game 30 before we start handing out extensions beyond 1 year contracts.

Henrik and Daniel are all but certainly finished after this season. I can't see them even wanting to come back. They are down to 13 minutes of ice time per night from around 19 last year, and with the way they are playing, and their dud of a PP unit right now, I can't see that number increasing as the season wears on. Their effectiveness per 60 minutes played has taken a major step back over the past 3 seasons, and I think what we are seeing now just serves to highlight that.

They are getting the most PP time per game of any players on our team, and they have combined for a whopping 2 assists.

Get Daniel his 1000th point and then exit into the sunset of a pair of very good careers, take a year or so away from the game, then come back to the team in professional development coaching roles. Honestly you can't find two better pro's when it comes to their physical and mental preparedness year in and year out, and I think it looks good on any franchise to try and find roles for franchise players like them after they retire (should they want them). But I really don't want them in a position to advise any of our younger players on how to play with no bite.

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