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3 hours ago, UNDBIZ said:

 

1 way..... 700k. 

Not bad coin, 199 NHL games, AHL leadership role.

#Winning

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On 6/4/2019 at 11:57 AM, Frozen4sioux said:

1 way..... 700k. 

Not bad coin, 199 NHL games, AHL leadership role.

#Winning

Not a 1 way. Schloss has it wrong also. $275k minors

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2 hours ago, ChadR said:

Not a 1 way. Schloss has it wrong also. $275k minors

You are correct sir!

I see capfriendly has it updated now. Looks like they indicate a minimum guarantee of $300k.

I'd take it.

I'd be terrible, fans would be mad.... the team would suffer, and their catering budget would skyrocket....but ....       

I'd take it.

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Keaton Thompson

Luke Johnson

Afam Tambeleavi 

All were not offered Qualifying offers and become Unrestricted Free Agents.

 

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8 minutes ago, Frozen4sioux said:

Keaton Thompson

Luke Johnson

Afam Tambeleavi 

All were not offered Qualifying offers and become Unrestricted Free Agents.

 

Same with Cam Johnson.

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19 hours ago, Frozen4sioux said:

Wow... suprised by that one.

Rough numbers for him so far in his pro career.

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4 hours ago, ChadR said:

Rough numbers for him so far in his pro career.

Horseshit team in front of him, i didnt put much stock in hid numbers

The called him up a few times. I thought they'd give him another year to develop.

 

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Technically a former player,  Hakstol hired by the Leafs as an assistant. 

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Luke Johnson signed a two-year, two-way deal with the Wild.  Per Rotoworld, 

Johnson will have splits of $700,000/$175,000 in 2019-20 and $700,000/$200,000 in 2020-21 depending on if he plays in the NHL or AHL. He had one assist in 15 games for Chicago last season as well as 31 points in 53 minor-league matches with Rockford.

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18 minutes ago, sioux rube said:

Anyone know the cause of death. Sad sad news 

Yeah, was curious if it had to do with the hereditary heart abnormality the article said was his reason for retirement. 

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1 hour ago, tnt said:

Yeah, was curious if it had to do with the hereditary heart abnormality the article said was his reason for retirement. 

I was back at UND for most of his time here.   Not only great talent, but a class act all around. 

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Greg Johnson, Chad Johnson, Scott Dub, Marty Schriner, and Scott Brower all gone far too early.  I feel like I am missing a few as well.  Really makes you realize how short life can be.  My heart goes out to all their families for such early losses.

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5 hours ago, burd said:

I was back at UND for most of his time here.   Not only great talent, but a class act all around. 

I remember Gino talking about him as a person and player, and saying something along the lines of wishing he had a daughter that Greg could get married to because he was that great of a person.  

RIP, much too young....always too young. 

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11 hours ago, Siouxperior said:

Da Beauty League kicks off at Braemar Arena in Edina tomorrow. Bunch of alum playing. Boeser, Gardner, Gersich, Thompson. 

$10 gets you in the door for 3 games, proceeds to charity.

https://mobile.twitter.com/DaBeautyLeague

The guys on NHL Network Radio on SiriusXM were talking about how they were surprised that NHL teams would let their players play in this league and were more surprised that there are UFAs and RFAs playing (risking injury without a contract). 

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1 hour ago, The Sicatoka said:

The guys on NHL Network Radio on SiriusXM were talking about how they were surprised that NHL teams would let their players play in this league and were more surprised that there are UFAs and RFAs playing (risking injury without a contract). 

I saw a couple games last year. There's not much defense but plenty of offensive action.

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