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  • Re: NHL 2018: When the AI GM is smarter than actual GMs...

    For the Wings, not even one defenseman in their two first round picks? Oy.

    On one hand, confidence. On the other, arrogance?

    Of course, the Detroit/Michigan media is all over the, "Did we STEAL Zadina? Oh yassss we diiiiiid!!!!" story.

    I'll say he's already got pretty good size for his height though, at 6'0" 192 lb.

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    • Re: NHL 2018: When the AI GM is smarter than actual GMs...

      Originally posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
      On one hand, confidence. On the other, arrogance?
      I'm upset the Wings picked him. Yes, he was one of the "best" ranked kids to fall to the Wings at sixth, but holy eff is his attitude writing checks he can't cash yet. Maybe he'll prove me wrong.
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      • Re: NHL 2018: When the AI GM is smarter than actual GMs...

        Sounds like Hanifin and Lindholm to the Flames; Hamilton, Ferland and Fox to the 'Canes.
        Last edited by hockeyplayer1015; 06-23-2018, 02:01 PM.

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        • Re: NHL 2018: When the AI GM is smarter than actual GMs...

          Originally posted by aparch View Post
          I'm upset the Wings picked him. Yes, he was one of the "best" ranked kids to fall to the Wings at sixth, but holy eff is his attitude writing checks he can't cash yet. Maybe he'll prove me wrong.
          Plus with these QMJ guys, it's a crapshoot as to how much you can believe their numbers.

          I think Kenny's starting to sweat a bit, and is throwing darts.

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          • Re: NHL 2018: When the AI GM is smarter than actual GMs...

            @TheFourthPeriod: It’s an eight-year deal worth $88M. Also the first formal offer made to Tavares camp from Isles. https://twitter.com/thefourthperiod/...08003018641408

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            • Re: NHL 2018: When the AI GM is smarter than actual GMs...

              Originally posted by joecct View Post
              We have a trade:
              WSH sends Brooks Orpik and Philip Grubauer to COL in exchange for a 2018 2nd round pick (#47 overall).

              Salary dump.
              Yes, though Grubauer could be a good starting goalie and COL using their cap space to get him isn't a bad move. Kind of a win for all involved.

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              • Re: NHL 2018: When the AI GM is smarter than actual GMs...

                Orpik on waivers for purpose of buying him out.
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                • Re: NHL 2018: When the AI GM is smarter than actual GMs...

                  Originally posted by hockeyplayer1015 View Post
                  @TheFourthPeriod: It’s an eight-year deal worth $88M. Also the first formal offer made to Tavares camp from Isles. https://twitter.com/thefourthperiod/...08003018641408
                  That's a fair deal. 8 x 11 AAV. it's not crazy but it's not Wilponing out.
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                  • Re: NHL 2018: When the AI GM is smarter than actual GMs...

                    If Tavares doesn't want to be on the Island, then I wouldn't want him. But I'm not a Isles fan, so whatever.

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                    • Originally posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
                      If Tavares doesn't want to be on the Island, then I wouldn't want him. But I'm not a Isles fan, so whatever.
                      He wants to be outside the 5 boroughs

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                      • Re: NHL 2018: When the AI GM is smarter than actual GMs...

                        Originally posted by hockeyplayer1015 View Post
                        He wants to be outside the 5 boroughs
                        NJ? Really?

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                        • Originally posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
                          NJ? Really?
                          I was thinking more Nassau Coliseum.

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                          • Re: NHL 2018: When the AI GM is smarter than actual GMs...

                            Originally posted by hockeyplayer1015 View Post
                            I was thinking more Nassau Coliseum.
                            Belmont works, too.

                            Flyovers have no idea what NYC's borders are.
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                            • Originally posted by Kepler View Post
                              Belmont works, too.

                              Flyovers have no idea what NYC's borders are.
                              Can you tell Queens/Brooklyn from Nassau?
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                              • Re: NHL 2018: When the AI GM is smarter than actual GMs...

                                Of course!

                                Brooklyn: Blacks
                                Queens: Asians
                                Nassau: Italians
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