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    Thumbs down Jonthan Toews is the biggest waste of money in the NHL. Single handedly ruining us...

    Just look at this list. Highest paid player in the league and his the least productive. Guy ruins us! How can we afford to put KEY pieces around Kane and actually build a team that can ACTUALLY LIFT THE CUP. Toews isn't gunna get us a cup. That's the fax. And hes taking up all our CAP SPACE. Imagine having these peoples on our team instead of Toews...Many for a fraction of the price...

    CENTER NAME(TOTAL POINTS) CAP HIT
    Nathan MacKinnon(63) 6,300,000
    Connor McDavid(62) 12,500,000
    Brayden Point(54) 686,667
    Sean Monahan(54) 6,375,000
    Leon Draisaitl(52) 8,500,000
    Sidney Crosby(51) 8,700,000
    Mark Scheifele(50) 6,125,000
    Elias Lindholm(50) 4,850,000
    Jack Eichel(49) 10,000,000
    John Tavares(47) 11,000,000
    Steven Stamkos(46) 8,500,000
    Claude Giroux(45) 8,275,000
    Sebastian Aho(44) 925,000
    Evgeni Malkin(44) 9,500,000
    Nicklas Backstrom(42) 6,700,000
    Elias Pettersson(42) 925,000
    Matt Duchene(42) 6,000,000
    Logan Couture(41) 6,000,000
    Aleksander Barkov(40) 5,900,000
    Dylan Larkin(40) 6,100,000
    Ryan O'Reilly(39) 7,500,000
    Sam Reinhart(39) 3,650,000
    Auston Matthews(39) 925,000
    Jonathan Toews(38) 10,500,000
    Tyler Seguin(38) 5,750,000
    Joe Pavelski(38) 6,000,000
    Max Domi (38) 3,150,000
    Ryan Nugent-Hopkins(38) 6,000,000
    Mathew Barzal(38) 863,333
    Pierre-Luc Dubois(37) 894,166

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    Correction...

    Brayden Point just scored his 25th goal of the season
    Toews only has 17
    Toews only 39 points, Point now 55
    literally a scoring, hitting center.... something Toews will never be

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    We have no options.... Seabrook is also a giant cap anchor.

    We just have to ride this out unfortunately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ares View Post
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    We have no options.... Seabrook is also a giant cap anchor.

    We just have to ride this out unfortunately.
    I thought you were done with sports. Buck up champ, or your heading to the box

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    Seabrook is a much bigger issue
    Well, that's no ordinary rabbit.

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    I couldn't disagree more with the OP! It is most certainly not my alt!

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    Evansanity, I didnt know you know lance stone. Did him and clutch go 12 rounds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by evansanity View Post
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    Just look at this list. Highest paid player in the league and his the least productive. Guy ruins us! How can we afford to put KEY pieces around Kane and actually build a team that can ACTUALLY LIFT THE CUP. Toews isn't gunna get us a cup. That's the fax. And hes taking up all our CAP SPACE. Imagine having these peoples on our team instead of Toews...Many for a fraction of the price...

    CENTER NAME(TOTAL POINTS) CAP HIT
    Nathan MacKinnon(63) 6,300,000
    Connor McDavid(62) 12,500,000
    Brayden Point(54) 686,667
    Sean Monahan(54) 6,375,000
    Leon Draisaitl(52) 8,500,000
    Sidney Crosby(51) 8,700,000
    Mark Scheifele(50) 6,125,000
    Elias Lindholm(50) 4,850,000
    Jack Eichel(49) 10,000,000
    John Tavares(47) 11,000,000
    Steven Stamkos(46) 8,500,000
    Claude Giroux(45) 8,275,000
    Sebastian Aho(44) 925,000
    Evgeni Malkin(44) 9,500,000
    Nicklas Backstrom(42) 6,700,000
    Elias Pettersson(42) 925,000
    Matt Duchene(42) 6,000,000
    Logan Couture(41) 6,000,000
    Aleksander Barkov(40) 5,900,000
    Dylan Larkin(40) 6,100,000
    Ryan O'Reilly(39) 7,500,000
    Sam Reinhart(39) 3,650,000
    Auston Matthews(39) 925,000
    Jonathan Toews(38) 10,500,000
    Tyler Seguin(38) 5,750,000
    Joe Pavelski(38) 6,000,000
    Max Domi (38) 3,150,000
    Ryan Nugent-Hopkins(38) 6,000,000
    Mathew Barzal(38) 863,333
    Pierre-Luc Dubois(37) 894,166
    Is this supposed to be some sort of breaking news to Hawk fans?

    Maybe someone should start a thread telling us that Brent Seabrook is old and slow....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diehardfan View Post
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    Is this supposed to be some sort of breaking news to Hawk fans?

    Maybe someone should start a thread telling us that Brent Seabrook is old and slow....
    Interesting

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    I know he has a hot girlfriend, but you surely had no shot with her.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/kurtbad...at-19-million/

    This is the current list. Toews 6th and Kane 8th now, even though they are supposed to have the same deal. The only defense to the organization is simply, the hawks thought there would be 15 players making more than them by now. Now that McDavid and Taveres are getting paid, maybe they start dropping on the list. Crosby could be demanding stupid money, but he isnt.
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    What kills us, imo...

    is the loss of quality depth to pay Seabrook. That was the club killer. Followed by his steep decline, and Toews and Keith once played like top 100 all timers...ok...and now they aren't even all-stars. That is a big gap.

    4 guys. Keith/Toews/Hossa/Hammer

    Those 4 were great champions. Now we have 2 ghosts and 2 shadows.

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    I think Toews is playing well enough to be an all star. Top 5 in faceoff percentage, Keith is not even the highest paid d man on this team. Seabrooks contract should have gotten Bowmans sent out of town by now. Why has there not been any discussion for LTIR for Crow like they did Hossa?

    NBC loves the hawks, its probably good business for the NHL to let them get Breadman back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anotheridiot View Post
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    I think Toews is playing well enough to be an all star. Top 5 in faceoff percentage, Keith is not even the highest paid d man on this team. Seabrooks contract should have gotten Bowmans sent out of town by now. Why has there not been any discussion for LTIR for Crow like they did Hossa?

    NBC loves the hawks, its probably good business for the NHL to let them get Breadman back.
    Toews may be good enough to be an all-star, but on a weak 'hawks team he's definitely 2nd banana to Kane. Plus, I'd probably vote Debincat over Toews. Either way Toews, Keith, etc. may be good enough to warrant being an all-star on this team, but how may players in the crntral are playing above their clip in their positions?

    Crawford's contract is not a recapture, and it expires next season. It's possible (even if unlikely) he can come back and play next year. His actual salary is $5M (compared to Hossa's $1M) which would be incentive for him to not outright retire, and unlike Hossa he could outright retire without cap implications if he chooses to do so.
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