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    In other news: Jared Boll wasn't already retired.
     
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    Also, reports of our demise at the hands of an evil rabbit were greatly exaggerated. We deployed the holy hand grenade of Antioch.

    one... two... FIVE
     
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    Me likey.
     
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    Official, one year 650k



    Let's line juggle, shall we?

    Panarin - PLD - Atkinson
    Foligno - Wennberg - Anderson
    Bjorkstrand - Nash - Duclair
    Jenner - Sedlak - Hannakeinen

    Leaving Dubinsky, Milano and possibly Abramov or Texier to get roles on a fill in basis.

    Or leaving us much more comfortable trading one of Milano, Wennberg or Sedlak in a deal (with Murray +) to get a sniper.
     
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    Let's remember, Twat "7.99 per month for the Athletic" Waffle is at the center of all this. He contacted the agent, asked his typical leading questions and got some very political answers. Then he spun it into a clickbait article on his tabloid rag with a ridiculously melodramatic opening:

    Does Artemi Panarin want to spend the next 8 years in...

    SHUT. THE. FUCK. UP. TWATWAFFLE

    If the Jackets say we want to give you 8 years, and Panarin says he's more comfortable with 3 to 5, he signs that day. Jackets obviously want to lock him up for max, but they want the kid in the organization. And the agent hinted as much, a short team deal would be done already. In order to avoid this very problem.


    What I get is Panarin is gun shy about any long term deal, and he certainly doesn't want to talk about it now during the offseason. Who knows if he even wants to stay anywhere in North America for 8 years? Jackets have made no contract offer yet, and Panarin has made no demand yet. He was asked if he was talking contract and he said, in his version of English. that he wasn't interested at this time. If he was from Baltimore he might have said "Ain't nobody got time fo' dat shit". And Portzline started fucking that chicken, and handed his sloppy seconds off to Friedman who decided it meant that Jarmo was listening to trade offers. Which is Jarmo's job, to be fair.

    Portzline also pushed that Carter hates Columbus and Nash wanted to leave shit.
    1) Carter wasn't going to be happy anywhere after signing an 8 year deal and then getting shit on and back-stabbed by Philadelphia. There were maybe three places he could have gone and not been pissed right out of the gate. We were just the "lucky ones". If he went to Buffalo, the same thing happens. It has nothing to do with Columbus - the city or the organization. It has to do with the whiny crybaby who wost his widdle fwiend. Portzline tried to make it personally insulting to the city.
    2) I know Rick Nash's brother, he lives in town and is a skating coach here. Rick's parents live here in the summer. Rick and his wife live here. The team said they couldn't win in his prime and couldn't really afford his contract during a rebuild. They asked him to waive his NTC and he exercised his right to pick his destination (Not Edmonton, as was the first deal). That's it. He didn't ask to leave, he was asked. Portzline started the rest of it, and turned the town against the only legit star the team has ever had (until now).
     
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    Blue Jackets Defenseman Ryan Murray Accepts Club Qualifying Offer

    Nice. I was worried that he was gonna push it a bit. Looked good when he didn't file for arbitration. Now he agrees and is here for another year at least.

    If he plays all season with Nutivaara, he will look a lot better when it comes time to sit down at the next negotiating table.



    Just please stay healthy.
     
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    3 Years 2.5m AAV for Ollie.

    Solid deal.
     
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    Perhaps he is ready to talk now. Jackets have 5.6m in space as it stands now.
     
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    Didn't they sing Cruel Summer?
     
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    Man, a week earlier, and I could have partied with Bob and Bread.
     
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    But then Twatwaffle would write a melodramatic intro to his paywall site about YOU.
     
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    Super late but LOL at the Pens giving that term to Jack Johnson
     
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    It's okay, it will never *not* be funny. No matter how much time passes.
     
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    The Twatwaffle has a new article in the Athletic and states that Panarin has given the Jackets a deadline of September 13th for a new contract.

    Panarin, an unrestricted free agent after the 2018-19 season, is not currently willing to negotiate a contract extension with the Blue Jackets. So, in this respect, the Sept. 13 deadline is meaningless.

    Where it carries more weight — significantly more weight — is on the trade front, should the Blue Jackets opt to trade their best forward rather than risk losing him for nothing as a UFA next summer.

    It is logical to assume the Blue Jackets will get a much larger return in trade for Panarin if he’s being traded to a team that knows it can sign him to a long-term contract. Otherwise, the acquiring team would also inherit the Blue Jackets’ current crisis.

    The consensus around the NHL — speaking with GMs, management types, etc. — is that Panarin’s willingness to sign an extension with his new club would be the difference between a trade that provides the Blue Jackets an immediate roster impact and a trade that involves only future commodities, such as high-end prospects and early-round draft picks.

    Kekalainen has said he expects Panarin to be with the Blue Jackets when the season starts, perhaps all the way to the NHL trade deadline and beyond.

    But if Panarin insists upon the Sept. 13 deadline, the Blue Jackets could have less than two months to make their best trade, or at least the trade that helps them most in the short term.
     
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    I thought he wasn't ready to talk contract. He now has a deadline to not talk contract after which he will not talk contract?
     
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    Sounds like Putin-speak (or Trump-speak) :D