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Montreal Canadiens signed Philip Varone (1 Year / $700,000 AAV)

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3 jui à 11 h 09
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Philip Varone has signed a new contract with the Montreal Canadiens.
CONTRAT STANDARD
COMPARER CE CONTRAT
DURÉE: 1 ANNÉE
STATUT À L’ÉCHÉANCE DU CONTRAT: UFA
CONTRAT SIGNÉ AVEC: Canadiens de MontréalCanadiens de Montréal
VALEUR: 700 000 $
% DU C.H. : 0,86
DATE DE SIGNATURE: 3 juillet 2019
SAISONCLAUSECAP HIT AAV BONIS DE PERF. BONIS DE SIGN. SALAIRE DE BASE SALAIRE TOTAL SALAIRE DES LIGUES MINEURES
2019-20700 000 $700 000 $0 $0 $700 000 $700 000 $450 000 $
TOTAL700 000 $700 000 $0 $0 $700 000 $700 000 $450 000 $
3 jui à 11 h 29
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AwesomeMatthews
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Can't believe the Flyers let him go
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3 jui à 14 h 44
#3
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Former AHL MVP, great guy to have in the minors. Won't get lost on a fourth line in the NHL if needed.
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3 jui à 17 h 53
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Good 13th forward or AHL Veteran
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3 jui à 19 h 34
#5
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Laval is going to be fun to watch Varone & Barber are mega huge upgrades over Froese & Shinkaruk.

Bergy is on fire.
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3 jui à 19 h 39
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Better than having Aho
3 jui à 22 h 55
#7
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Quoting: SevenLeg
Better than having Aho


Wow. So very clever of you. Did you have to spell check?
4 jui à 4 h 55
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This guy is the quintessential top six Forward who's nowhere near good enough to play a top six role. Guys like this don't usually translate well to the 4th line, and are much more successful at the AHL level. Trust me, I've watched John Quenneville and Nick Lappin w/ the Devils struggle in the NHL but light it up in the minors.
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4 jui à 6 h 17
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Quoting: mr_z
Wow. So very clever of you. Did you have to spell check?


That's not proper grammar.
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4 jui à 8 h 37
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Quoting: Brian2016
This guy is the quintessential top six Forward who's nowhere near good enough to play a top six role. Guys like this don't usually translate well to the 4th line, and are much more successful at the AHL level. Trust me, I've watched John Quenneville and Nick Lappin w/ the Devils struggle in the NHL but light it up in the minors.


It's so difficult to know how a junior or AHL player is going to transform into a effective (or not) NHL player. Fans shouldn't be mesmerized by stats. I've attended AHL games for years and guys that are monsters in the AHL, some of them just can't make a dent into the NHL. It's often the subtle difference in speed or the difference in being able to make decisions at a quicker pace. Guess that's why teams have a multiple of scouts to select the real NHLer from the pretenders.
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4 jui à 16 h 49
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Quoting: HabsForEver
That's not proper grammar.


Guess I'll download Grammarly. hehehe
4 jui à 22 h 45
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Quoting: palhal
It's so difficult to know how a junior or AHL player is going to transform into a effective (or not) NHL player. Fans shouldn't be mesmerized by stats. I've attended AHL games for years and guys that are monsters in the AHL, some of them just can't make a dent into the NHL. It's often the subtle difference in speed or the difference in being able to make decisions at a quicker pace. Guess that's why teams have a multiple of scouts to select the real NHLer from the pretenders.


I def. agree. It's not just a science. It's not just a numbers game. You hear a lot of GM's talk about hockey IQ nowadays. Also, look at how many 1st round picks/skill players never make it in the NHL. It's very difficult to draft bottom six Forwards/bottom pair D's. Many of those types of players are late bloomers or mid/low round picks. Look at Patrick Maroon as an example. 6th round pick, but an integral member of the Blues bottom six. Every team has guys like this.
 
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