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WHALERS
GP: 21 | W: 8 | L: 11 | OTL: 2 | P: 18
GF: 54 | GA: 63 | PP%: 15.05% | PK%: 79.38%
GM : Dustin Funk | Morale : 54 | Team Overall : 81
Next Games #257 vs FLYERS
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WHALERS
8-11-2, 18pts
5
FINAL
3 COYOTES
11-11-2, 24pts
Team Stats
L1StreakW2
4-4-1Home Record4-6-2
4-7-1Away Record7-5-0
5-4-1Last 10 Games4-5-1
2.57Goals Per Game3.04
3.00Goals Against Per Game3.21
15.05%Power Play Percentage12.00%
79.38%Penalty Kill Percentage79.14%
WHALERS
8-11-2, 18pts
3
FINAL
4 BRUINS
12-8-2, 26pts
Team Stats
L1StreakW2
4-4-1Home Record7-4-1
4-7-1Away Record5-4-1
5-4-1Last 10 Games5-4-1
2.57Goals Per Game2.77
3.00Goals Against Per Game2.41
15.05%Power Play Percentage15.20%
79.38%Penalty Kill Percentage90.29%
FLYERS
13-8-1, 27pts
Day 55
WHALERS
8-11-2, 18pts
Team Stats
W2StreakL1
6-3-0Home Record4-4-1
7-5-1Away Record4-7-1
6-3-1Last 10 Games5-4-1
2.95Goals Per Game2.57
2.73Goals Against Per Game2.57
15.11%Power Play Percentage15.05%
89.71%Penalty Kill Percentage79.38%
WHALERS
8-11-2, 18pts
Day 57
MAPLE LEAFS
11-11-1, 23pts
Team Stats
L1StreakW1
4-4-1Home Record5-4-0
4-7-1Away Record6-7-1
5-4-1Last 10 Games4-5-1
2.57Goals Per Game3.00
3.00Goals Against Per Game3.00
15.05%Power Play Percentage15.00%
79.38%Penalty Kill Percentage81.72%
MAPLE LEAFS
11-11-1, 23pts
Day 58
WHALERS
8-11-2, 18pts
Team Stats
W1StreakL1
5-4-0Home Record4-4-1
6-7-1Away Record4-7-1
4-5-1Last 10 Games5-4-1
3.00Goals Per Game2.57
3.04Goals Against Per Game2.57
15.00%Power Play Percentage15.05%
81.72%Penalty Kill Percentage79.38%
Team Leaders
Steven StamkosGoals
Steven Stamkos
10
Steven StamkosAssists
Steven Stamkos
17
Steven StamkosPoints
Steven Stamkos
27
Steven StamkosPlus/Minus
Steven Stamkos
11
Tuukka RaskWins
Tuukka Rask
6
Tuukka RaskSave Percentage
Tuukka Rask
0.915

Team Stats
Goals For
54
2.57 GFG
Shots For
680
32.38 Avg
Power Play Percentage
15.1%
14 GF
Offensive Zone Start
38.8%
Goals Against
63
3.00 GAA
Shots Against
712
33.90 Avg
Penalty Kill Percentage
79.4%%
33 GA
Defensive Zone Start
41.7%
Team Info

General ManagerDustin Funk
CoachRon Wilson
DivisionNortheast Division
ConferenceEASTERN CONFERENCE
Captain
Assistant #1
Assistant #2


Arena Info

NameGordie Howe Place
Capacity21,200
Attendance18,677
Season Tickets8,480


Roster Info

Pro Team23
Farm Team30
Contract Limit53 / 55
Prospects17


Salary Cap

Estimated Season Salary Cap78,918,100$
Available Salary Cap4,081,900$
Special Salary Cap Value0$
Players In Salary Cap23


Finance

Year to Date Revenue36,192,707$
Year To Date Expenses24,240,253$
Estimated Season Revenue124,663,769$
Estimated Season Expenses56,431,532$
Current Bank Account426,233,613$
Projected Bank Account497,324,698$


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# Player Name #C L R D CON CK FG DI SK ST EN DU PH FO PA SC DF PS EX LD PO MO OV TA SPAgeContractSalary
1Mike Cammalleri13XXX100.0067149997848088987797966781868543638503323,337,000$
2Brad Boyes38XXX100.0052279996967886937095956071888931638303326,704,000$
3Tyler Toffoli73X100.0071208097838392839088837880455075608002443,850,000$
4Jaden Schwartz14XX100.0075108199768596857686867779455072628002443,500,000$
5Nikita Kucherov86XX100.006347499808499857085886889495558657902233,200,000$
6Patric Hornqvist27X100.0056208499748594856986885172636571637802824,818,000$
7Patrik Berglund0XX100.0059238389877977767983846972535763487602843,000,000$
8Teemu Hartikainen56X100.0066267885858069789082797965192928577402541,550,000$
9Joonas Donskoi72X100.006012818972809779708176767130375958740241812,500$
10Tomas Kopecky82XXX100.0048289897987682797380803959787816497403331,045,000$
11Marc Staal18X98.00934971999982888435726190407980476285N02846,590,000$
12Dan Hamhuis2X100.0088376093937374873782689959878646608503323,065,000$
13Marco Scandella0X100.0086477597998387903778679354566154488402535,015,000$
14Kevin Bieksa0X100.00895066928667808535767594588383255883N0342750,000$
15Andrei Markov0X100.0064268784846073843480749960959335668003613,000,000$
16Mathew Dumba42X100.00803739970779978368145895031377361790212650,000$
17MacKenzie Weegar (R)52X100.007766718469748272347534894519275752740212650,000$
Scratches
1Steven Stamkos91XXX96.0085278399999999998299999099889069689202517,709,000$
2James Neal0XX97.0784379199948387856986917076737360418202838,108,000$
3Tim Connolly11X100.005924998781638269857672596484841042720361750,000$
4Johnny Boychuk4X100.00986159939875617735755984416972294980N0321750,000$
TEAM AVERAGE99.57722981948678858361837677666366495780
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# Goalie Name #CON SK DU EN SZ AG RB SC HS RT PH PS EX LD PO MO OV TA SPAgeContractSalary
1Tuukka Rask40100.009996867399999999999599737266659002836,392,000$
2Tristan Jarry (R)35100.00849485798488999999809024248665800203750,000$
Scratches
TEAM AVERAGE100.0092958676929499999988954948766585
Coaches Name PH DF OF PD EX LD PO CNT Age Contract Salary
Ron Wilson85848785595973CAN6124,500,000$


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# Player Name Team NamePOSGP G A P +/- PIM PIM5 HIT HTT SHT OSB OSM SHT% SB MP AMG PPG PPA PPP PPS PPM PKG PKA PKP PKS PKM GW GT FO% FOT GA TA EG HT P/20 PSG PSS FW FL FT S1 S2 S3
1Steven StamkosWHALERSC/LW/RW211017271140445098276410.20%1451824.712810188312331332151.78%450175001.0401000251
2Patric HornqvistWHALERSRW2178155120171547113014.89%125712.27325635000000038.46%26112001.1600000010
3Nikita KucherovWHALERSLW/RW2177148160312259193711.86%130914.7422413740001141047.37%19106000.9013000102
4Brad BoyesWHALERSC/LW/RW21581340018216916387.25%431915.211231870000110172.73%11193000.8100000200
5Mike CammalleriWHALERSC/LW/RW21761300020227321409.59%1033315.9031413811015201039.53%43144100.7812000102
6Jaden SchwartzWHALERSC/LW212810010048314917274.08%1238418.300113551126891033.33%24139000.5200000001
7Marc StaalWHALERSD21246-134048362413158.33%2349723.681013490000102010%0413000.2400000100
8James NealWHALERSLW/RW20325-82034266014315.00%931015.55011765000080030.43%2374000.3212000001
9Patrik BerglundWHALERSC/LW194152009172721314.81%31678.81000000001181043.75%3224000.6000000001
10Tyler ToffoliWHALERSC21145-210030413812222.63%1540519.2902266700031000049.85%34374000.2500000000
11Andrei MarkovWHALERSD24044300104014460%2541417.28000010224102000%0813000.1900000000
12Teemu HartikainenWHALERSC201232002350347202.94%1134417.230000300041270046.69%36246000.1700000000
13Marco ScandellaWHALERSD22033-33005835181070%1940318.32011131022396000%0010000.1500000000
14Mathew DumbaWHALERSD21033624033288740%1735216.77011371000022000%018000.1700000000
15Joonas DonskoiWHALERSRW16112311571919695.26%71368.56000000003150057.14%713000.2900000000
16MacKenzie WeegarWHALERSD12011214011146250%916213.53000211000035000%002000.1200000000
17Tim ConnollyWHALERSC4011000321120%1307.6100000000000050.00%1600000.6600000000
18Tomas KopeckyWHALERSC/LW/RW13101-10003851112.50%1947.2500000000000061.76%3400000.2100000000
19Dan HamhuisWHALERSD2101145204626231230%3038118.18000000112121000%057000.0500000000
20Kevin BieksaWHALERSD181015420313417645.88%2532418.04000224000172000%028000.0600000000
21Johnny BoychukWHALERSD60002235200000%1355.960000000002000%00000000001000
Team Total or Average384528113342284105235326922123887.51%238618416.111221339572838113710886348.85%1390125111100.4338001768
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# Goalie Name Team NameGP W L OTL PCT GAA MP PIM SO GA SA SAR A EG PS % PSA ST BG S1 S2 S3
1Tuukka RaskWHALERS156810.9152.909120044515205000.8577156220
2Tristan JarryWHALERS62310.9093.013590018197951000615010
Team Total or Average2181120.9132.93127100627123001072121230


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Player Name Team NamePOS Age Birthday Rookie Weight Height No Trade Available For Trade Acquired By Last Trade Date Force Waivers Waiver Possible Contract Contract Signature Date Force UFA Emergency Recall Type Current Salary Salary Cap Salary Cap Remaining Exclude from Salary Cap Salary Year 2Salary Year 3Salary Year 4Salary Year 5Salary Year 6Salary Year 7Salary Year 8Salary Year 9Salary Year 10Salary Cap Year 2Salary Cap Year 3Salary Cap Year 4Salary Cap Year 5Salary Cap Year 6Salary Cap Year 7Salary Cap Year 8Salary Cap Year 9Salary Cap Year 10No Trade Year 2No Trade Year 3No Trade Year 4No Trade Year 5No Trade Year 6No Trade Year 7No Trade Year 8No Trade Year 9No Trade Year 10Link
Andrei MarkovWHALERSD361979-01-01No194 Lbs6 ft0NoNoN/AYesYes12024-04-29FalseFalsePro Only3,000,000$3,000,000$2,089,888$No---------------------------NHL Link
Brad BoyesWHALERSC/LW/RW331982-01-01No195 Lbs6 ft0NoNoN/AYesYes2FalseFalsePro Only6,704,000$6,704,000$4,670,202$No6,704,000$--------6,704,000$--------No--------NHL Link
Dan HamhuisWHALERSD331982-01-01No204 Lbs6 ft1NoNoN/AYesYes2FalseFalsePro Only3,065,000$3,065,000$2,135,169$No3,065,000$--------3,065,000$--------No--------NHL Link
Jaden SchwartzWHALERSC/LW241992-01-01No185 Lbs5 ft10NoNoN/ANoNo42024-04-29FalseFalsePro Only3,500,000$3,500,000$2,438,202$No3,500,000$3,500,000$3,500,000$------3,500,000$3,500,000$3,500,000$------NoNoNo------NHL Link
James NealWHALERSLW/RW281987-01-01No212 Lbs6 ft3NoNoTrade2024-06-18YesYes32024-05-03FalseFalsePro Only8,108,000$8,108,000$5,648,270$No8,108,000$8,108,000$-------8,108,000$8,108,000$-------NoNo-------Link / NHL Link
Johnny BoychukWHALERSD321984-01-01No227 Lbs6 ft2YesNoFree AgentYesYes12024-05-24FalseFalsePro Only750,000$750,000$522,472$No---------------------------Link / NHL Link
Joonas DonskoiWHALERSRW241992-01-01No185 Lbs6 ft0NoNoFree AgentNoNo12024-05-24FalseFalsePro Only812,500$812,500$566,011$No---------------------------NHL Link
Kevin BieksaWHALERSD341981-01-01No197 Lbs6 ft1YesNoFree AgentYesYes22024-06-05FalseFalsePro Only750,000$750,000$522,472$No750,000$--------750,000$--------Yes--------NHL Link
MacKenzie WeegarWHALERSD211994-01-01Yes206 Lbs6 ft0NoNoN/ANoNo2FalseFalsePro Only650,000$650,000$452,809$No650,000$--------650,000$--------No--------NHL Link
Marc StaalWHALERSD281987-01-01No213 Lbs6 ft4YesNoFree AgentYesYes42024-05-21FalseFalsePro Only6,590,000$6,590,000$4,590,787$No6,590,000$6,590,000$6,590,000$------6,590,000$6,590,000$6,590,000$------YesYesYes------Link / NHL Link
Marco ScandellaWHALERSD251990-01-01No212 Lbs6 ft3NoNoTrade2024-06-18NoNo3FalseFalsePro Only5,015,000$5,015,000$3,493,596$No5,015,000$5,015,000$-------5,015,000$5,015,000$-------NoNo-------NHL Link
Mathew DumbaWHALERSD211994-01-01No181 Lbs6 ft0NoNoN/ANoNo2FalseFalsePro Only650,000$650,000$452,809$No650,000$--------650,000$--------No--------NHL Link
Mike CammalleriWHALERSC/LW/RW331982-01-01No185 Lbs5 ft9NoNoN/AYesYes2FalseFalsePro Only3,337,000$3,337,000$2,324,652$No3,337,000$--------3,337,000$--------No--------NHL Link
Nikita KucherovWHALERSLW/RW221993-01-01No183 Lbs5 ft11NoNoN/ANoNo3FalseFalsePro Only3,200,000$3,200,000$2,229,213$No3,200,000$3,200,000$-------3,200,000$3,200,000$-------NoNo-------NHL Link
Patric HornqvistWHALERSRW281987-01-01No189 Lbs5 ft11NoNoTrade2024-05-21YesYes2FalseFalsePro Only4,818,000$4,818,000$3,356,360$No4,818,000$--------4,818,000$--------No--------Link / NHL Link
Patrik BerglundWHALERSC/LW281988-01-01No218 Lbs6 ft3NoNoTrade2024-06-18YesYes42024-04-29FalseFalsePro Only3,000,000$3,000,000$2,089,888$No3,000,000$3,000,000$3,000,000$------3,000,000$3,000,000$3,000,000$------NoNoNo------NHL Link
Steven StamkosWHALERSC/LW/RW251990-01-01No194 Lbs6 ft1NoNoN/ANoNo1FalseFalsePro Only7,709,000$7,709,000$5,370,315$No---------------------------NHL Link
Teemu HartikainenWHALERSC251990-01-01No233 Lbs6 ft1NoNoFree AgentNoNo42024-05-22FalseFalsePro & Farm1,550,000$1,550,000$1,079,775$No1,550,000$1,550,000$1,550,000$------1,550,000$1,550,000$1,550,000$------NoNoNo------NHL Link
Tim ConnollyWHALERSC361980-01-01No191 Lbs6 ft1NoNoFree AgentYesYes12024-05-22FalseFalsePro & Farm750,000$750,000$522,472$No---------------------------NHL Link
Tomas KopeckyWHALERSC/LW/RW331982-01-01No203 Lbs6 ft3NoNoN/AYesYes3FalseFalsePro Only1,045,000$1,045,000$727,978$No1,045,000$1,045,000$-------1,045,000$1,045,000$-------NoNo-------NHL Link
Tristan JarryWHALERSG201995-01-01Yes194 Lbs6 ft2NoNoFree AgentNoNo32024-05-01FalseFalsePro Only750,000$750,000$522,472$No750,000$750,000$-------750,000$750,000$-------NoNo-------
Tuukka RaskWHALERSG281987-01-01No176 Lbs6 ft3NoNoN/AYesYes3FalseFalsePro Only6,392,000$6,392,000$4,452,854$No6,392,000$6,392,000$-------6,392,000$6,392,000$-------NoNo-------NHL Link
Tyler ToffoliWHALERSC241992-01-01No203 Lbs6 ft0NoNoN/ANoNo42024-04-29FalseFalsePro Only3,850,000$3,850,000$2,682,022$No3,850,000$3,850,000$3,850,000$------3,850,000$3,850,000$3,850,000$------NoNoNo------NHL Link
Total PlayersAverage AgeAverage WeightAverage HeightAverage ContractAverage Year 1 Salary
2327.87199 Lbs6 ft12.483,304,152$

Sum Year 1 Salary Sum Year 2 Salary Sum Year 3 Salary Sum Year 4 Salary Sum Year 5 Salary
75,995,500$62,974,000$43,000,000$18,490,000$0$



5 vs 5 Forward
Line #Left WingCenterRight WingTime %PHYDFOF
1Brad BoyesTyler ToffoliNikita Kucherov28014
2Jaden SchwartzTeemu HartikainenPatrik Berglund27023
3Mike CammalleriPatric Hornqvist25014
4Tomas KopeckyJoonas Donskoi20023
5 vs 5 Defense
Line #DefenseDefenseTime %PHYDFOF
1Marc StaalKevin Bieksa30032
2Dan HamhuisMarco Scandella30041
3Mathew DumbaBrent Seabrook22041
4MacKenzie WeegarMarc Staal18032
Power Play Forward
Line #Left WingCenterRight WingTime %PHYDFOF
1Nikita KucherovPatric Hornqvist55104
2Brad BoyesTyler ToffoliMike Cammalleri45104
Power Play Defense
Line #DefenseDefenseTime %PHYDFOF
1Jaden SchwartzMarc Staal51104
2Brent SeabrookMarco Scandella49104
Penalty Kill 4 Players Forward
Line #CenterWingTime %PHYDFOF
1Jaden Schwartz55140
2Tyler ToffoliTeemu Hartikainen45140
Penalty Kill 4 Players Defense
Line #DefenseDefenseTime %PHYDFOF
1Marc StaalMarco Scandella55140
2Kevin BieksaDan Hamhuis45140
Penalty Kill 3 Players
Line #WingTime %PHYDFOFDefenseDefenseTime %PHYDFOF
151041Dan HamhuisMarco Scandella51050
2Teemu Hartikainen49050Marc StaalKevin Bieksa49050
4 vs 4 Forward
Line #CenterWingTime %PHYDFOF
1Mike Cammalleri51023
2Brad BoyesNikita Kucherov49023
4 vs 4 Defense
Line #DefenseDefenseTime %PHYDFOF
1Marc StaalMarco Scandella51032
2Kevin BieksaMathew Dumba49032
Last Minutes Offensive
Left WingCenterRight WingDefenseDefense
Mike CammalleriBrad BoyesDan HamhuisMarc Staal
Last Minutes Defensive
Left WingCenterRight WingDefenseDefense
Jaden SchwartzTyler ToffoliDan HamhuisMarc Staal
Extra Forwards
Normal PowerPlayPenalty Kill
Patric Hornqvist, Brad Boyes, Patric Hornqvist, Teemu HartikainenJaden Schwartz
Extra Defensemen
Normal PowerPlayPenalty Kill
Mathew Dumba, Brent Seabrook, MacKenzie WeegarMarc StaalMacKenzie Weegar, Brent Seabrook
Penalty Shots
Mike Cammalleri, Nikita Kucherov, , Jaden Schwartz, Tyler Toffoli
Goalie
#1 : Tuukka Rask, #2 : Tristan Jarry


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2BRUINS3120000069-3110000002112020000048-420.333681400231011733473709940448916318.75%22577.27%030759251.86%30963648.58%13329744.78%653867294722
3CANADIENS1000000123-1000000000001000000123-110.5002460002002412834361020264250.00%10190.00%030759251.86%30963648.58%13329744.78%1982411209
4COYOTES22000000945110000004131100000053241.000915240033306928261506422284912325.00%14378.57%030759251.86%30963648.58%13329744.78%442641193317
5FLYERS2020000039-61010000023-11010000016-500.00036900210064141931066133239800.00%16568.75%030759251.86%30963648.58%13329744.78%402042193618
6KINGS1010000023-1000000000001010000023-100.000235000200286157031141221400.00%6183.33%030759251.86%30963648.58%13329744.78%21122110177
7MAPLE LEAFS10000010321100000103210000000000021.0003360011013516316232101229300.00%60100.00%030759251.86%30963648.58%13329744.78%22122310189
8PENGUINS1010000001-1000000000001010000001-100.00000000000030108120311210221100.00%50100.00%030759251.86%30963648.58%13329744.78%2092111179
9RED WINGS11000000532000000000001100000053221.000571200212038168140331337334125.00%11372.73%030759251.86%30963648.58%13329744.78%19102110188
10SABRES2020000049-51010000024-21010000025-300.000471100004071231929064182255900.00%11463.64%030759251.86%30963648.58%13329744.78%432441193517
11SCOUTS200001106601000010034-11000001032130.750671300104249266154932137446116.67%18383.33%130759251.86%30963648.58%13329744.78%381851213515
12SENATORS11000000431110000004310000000000021.0004590021102571260411824182150.00%12375.00%030759251.86%30963648.58%13329744.78%1682710155
13SHARKS11000000532000000000001100000053221.000510150030203218410034312346233.33%6183.33%230759251.86%30963648.58%13329744.78%1910209199
14WILD2020000035-21010000023-11010000012-100.0003470000306315939050172660400.00%13376.92%030759251.86%30963648.58%13329744.78%442336203917
Total21611001215463-993400110242401237000113039-9180.429548213600161620368023419424910712228336544931415.05%1603379.38%330759251.86%30963648.58%13329744.78%437237464212373175
_Since Last GM Reset21611001215463-993400110242401237000113039-9180.429548213600161620368023419424910712228336544931415.05%1603379.38%330759251.86%30963648.58%13329744.78%437237464212373175
_Vs Conference1127000112236-14522000101313060500001923-1470.318223355007861366115116134636912116427853611.32%821878.05%030759251.86%30963648.58%13329744.78%22812324811219291
_Vs Division824000111926-7421000101110140300001816-870.43819274600576127291899162729612221734617.65%611378.69%030759251.86%30963648.58%13329744.78%167921848113864

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Games PlayedPointsStreakGoalsAssistsPointsShots ForShots AgainstShots BlockedPenalty MinutesHitsEmpty Net GoalsShutouts
2118L1548213668071222833654400
All Games
GPWLOTWOTL SOWSOLGFGA
2161101215463
Home Games
GPWLOTWOTL SOWSOLGFGA
93401102424
Visitor Games
GPWLOTWOTL SOWSOLGFGA
123700113039
Last 10 Games
WLOTWOTL SOWSOL
540001
Power Play AttempsPower Play GoalsPower Play %Penalty Kill AttempsPenalty Kill Goals AgainstPenalty Kill %Penalty Kill Goals For
931415.05%1603379.38%3
Shots 1 PeriodShots 2 PeriodShots 3 PeriodShots 4+ PeriodGoals 1 PeriodGoals 2 PeriodGoals 3 PeriodGoals 4+ Period
234194249101616203
Face Offs
Won Offensive ZoneTotal OffensiveWon Offensive %Won Defensif ZoneTotal DefensiveWon Defensive %Won Neutral ZoneTotal NeutralWon Neutral %
30759251.86%30963648.58%13329744.78%
Puck Time
In Offensive ZoneControl In Offensive ZoneIn Defensive ZoneControl In Defensive ZoneIn Neutral ZoneControl In Neutral Zone
437237464212373175


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Arena Capacity - Ticket Price Attendance - %
Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4Luxury
Capacity70006000250045001200
Ticket Price1851357540999
Attendance56,48245,11422,48535,8208,190
Attendance PCT89.65%83.54%99.93%88.44%75.83%

Income
Home Games LeftAverage Attendance - %Average Income per GameYear to Date RevenueCapacityTeam Popularity
31 18677 - 88.10% 4,021,412$36,192,707$21200135

Expenses
Year To Date ExpensesPlayers Total SalariesPlayers Total Salaries CapCoaches SalariesSpecial Salary Cap Value
24,240,253$ 76,506,500$ 76,506,500$ 0$ 0$
Salary Cap Per DaysSalary Cap To DateLuxury Taxe TotalPlayers In Salary CapPlayers Out of Salary Cap
76,506,500$ 22,875,079$ 0$ 23 0

Estimate
Estimated Season RevenueRemaining Season DaysExpenses Per DaysEstimated Season Expenses
124,663,769$ 124 455,093$ 56,431,532$

Team Total Estimate
Estimated Season Expenses Current Bank Account Projected Bank Account
58,111,484$ 426,233,613$ 497,324,698$
Estimated Season Salary CapAvailable Salary CapMaximum Salary CapOver Minimum Salary Cap
78,918,100$ 4,081,900$ 83,000,000$ 43,918,100$



Depth Chart

Left WingCenterRight Wing
Steven StamkosAGE:25PO:69OV:92
Mike CammalleriAGE:33PO:43OV:85
Brad BoyesAGE:33PO:31OV:83
James NealAGE:28PO:60OV:82
Jaden SchwartzAGE:24PO:72OV:80
Nikita KucherovAGE:22PO:58OV:79
Patrik BerglundAGE:28PO:63OV:76
Tomas KopeckyAGE:33PO:16OV:74
Vinny Hinostroza (R)AGE:21PO:65OV:70
Matt BeleskeyAGE:28PO:39OV:70
Pavel Buchnevich (R)AGE:20PO:65OV:69
Viktor StalbergAGE:29PO:37OV:69
Drew MillerAGE:32PO:35OV:69
Jeremy MorinAGE:24PO:22OV:69
Artturi Lehkonen (R)AGE:20PO:66OV:68
Jacob de La Rose (R)AGE:20PO:51OV:67
Brandon YipAGE:30PO:2OV:67
Nick Ritchie (R)AGE:20PO:69OV:66
Dan FritscheAGE:30PO:14OV:66
Steven StamkosAGE:25PO:69OV:92
Mike CammalleriAGE:33PO:43OV:85
Brad BoyesAGE:33PO:31OV:83
Tyler ToffoliAGE:24PO:75OV:80
Jaden SchwartzAGE:24PO:72OV:80
Patrik BerglundAGE:28PO:63OV:76
Teemu HartikainenAGE:25PO:28OV:74
Tomas KopeckyAGE:33PO:16OV:74
Phillip Danault (R)AGE:22PO:56OV:72
Tim ConnollyAGE:36PO:10OV:72
Vinny Hinostroza (R)AGE:21PO:65OV:70
Sean KuralyAGE:22PO:48OV:69
Drew ShoreAGE:24PO:20OV:68
Jacob de La Rose (R)AGE:20PO:51OV:67
Dan FritscheAGE:30PO:14OV:66
Steven StamkosAGE:25PO:69OV:92
Mike CammalleriAGE:33PO:43OV:85
Brad BoyesAGE:33PO:31OV:83
James NealAGE:28PO:60OV:82
Nikita KucherovAGE:22PO:58OV:79
Patric HornqvistAGE:28PO:71OV:78
Joonas DonskoiAGE:24PO:59OV:74
Tomas KopeckyAGE:33PO:16OV:74
Viktor Arvidsson (R)AGE:22PO:75OV:72
Vinny Hinostroza (R)AGE:21PO:65OV:70
Pavel Buchnevich (R)AGE:20PO:65OV:69
Viktor StalbergAGE:29PO:37OV:69
Drew MillerAGE:32PO:35OV:69
Jeremy MorinAGE:24PO:22OV:69
Juraj KolnikAGE:35PO:1OV:68
Jacob de La Rose (R)AGE:20PO:51OV:67
Brandon YipAGE:30PO:2OV:67
Dan FritscheAGE:30PO:14OV:66
Matt FrattinAGE:28PO:14OV:66

Defense #1Defense #2Goalie
Marc StaalAGE:28PO:47OV:85
Dan HamhuisAGE:33PO:46OV:85
Marco ScandellaAGE:25PO:54OV:84
Kevin BieksaAGE:34PO:25OV:83
Andrei MarkovAGE:36PO:35OV:80
Johnny BoychukAGE:32PO:29OV:80
Mathew DumbaAGE:21PO:73OV:79
MacKenzie Weegar (R)AGE:21PO:57OV:74
Paul PostmaAGE:26PO:17OV:72
Philip SamuelssonAGE:24PO:13OV:72
Brian LeeAGE:28PO:13OV:71
Brendan MikkelsonAGE:28PO:8OV:71
Ben Harpur (R)AGE:20PO:44OV:70
Scott Harrington (R)AGE:22PO:38OV:70
Ryan Sproul (R)AGE:22PO:24OV:70
Marc-Andre BergeronAGE:35PO:1OV:69
Tyler Lewington (R)AGE:21PO:31OV:67
Tuukka RaskAGE:28PO:66OV:90
Tristan Jarry (R)AGE:20PO:86OV:80
Ville Husso (R)AGE:20PO:71OV:74
Alex AuldAGE:35PO:55OV:74
Leland IrvingAGE:28PO:30OV:71
Adam MunroAGE:33PO:25OV:58

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Adam Brooks (s27)WHALERS2771
Adam Gaudette (s26)WHALERS2666
Adin Hill (s26)WHALERS2638
Clayton Keller (s27)WHALERS275
Glenn Gawdin (s26)WHALERS2690
Jack Eichel (s26)WHALERS2612
Jakob Chychrun (s27)WHALERS2719
Jonas Siegenthaler (s26)WHALERS2647
Jonathan Dahlen (s27)WHALERS2727
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Mikko Rantanen (s26)WHALERS263
Rem Pitlick (s27)WHALERS2752
Robby Fabbri (s25)WHALERS2528
Taylor Raddysh (s27)WHALERS2735
Timo Meier (s26)WHALERS2618
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S27: Self Doubt and Job Security (®)

By Dustin Funk (WHALERS) On Saturday 22nd June 2024 / 2:06pm

More Sad Whalers Fans


“It's a constant battle of perpetual failure the last two seasons, where it doesn't matter what is tried, nothing changes. It's beyond frustrating at this point.”

In Hartford, there have been voices that for the last year have been getting louder and louder, all with the same message. GM Funk needs to go. With a quick look at the standings, and an eye on what was and wasn't done in the offseason; the picture becomes clear. Objectively, Funk has failed.

Currently the Whalers sit in dead last in the VHL, same because of a significant screw up in the offseason can't even at least offset that with their own draft pick (thank you Teemu Hartikianen). For the second straight season, the Whalers special teams are anything but. The penalty kill currently sits second worst while the power play sits as the worst in the league, crazy considering one of the league's top rated players, Steven Stamkos, patrols both.

For Funk, it's not a lack of effort or line combinations causing the lack of any remote success. Every few days, a new line combination is created, every few days a different strategy is played out. There are spreadsheets of player abilities and attributes, there is cross league line checking, about the only thing that hasn't been tried is…. nothing. This is why the calls for the GM to step aside have been growing. When everything tried has failed, the only thing left that can be done is to replace the guy making the decisions. 

“I hear it, I feel it, and truth be told I am starting to believe it,” stated Funk when asked the question of whether he is hearing the community chatter. “It's so disheartening that everything I have attempted since we made the cup finals has been a tremendous failure. It feels like the only thing I have not done is to just let a computer device everything, hopefully that's not the key to success here. After a while it does erode your decision making skills and patience.”

While things are tough and the results are not there, Funk was quick to point out that despite everything, he was not ready to throw in the towel yet. 

“I mean, I'm here to win, you know. So, I need to keep on looking ahead and trying to move this team forward. Does it suck tremendously right now to basically be failing? Of course. Do I think I can unlock this and find more success in this league? Of course.”

With another tweak to lines and strategy tonight, and a bit of an overhaul to specialty teams again, perhaps tonight is when things click and Whalers enjoy success. If not it's back to the drawing board, however it seems the board is running out of space.

WC: 466

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S27 - Toronto Looks To Spezza To Save Season (®)

By Dustin Funk (WHALERS) On Wednesday 19th June 2024 / 4:38am


“We were definitely looking at doing something to shake this team up before it is too late.”

When describing after the trade with the Hartford Whalers, Maple Leaf GM Stephane Trudeau indicated more than once that he was not happy with his club's performance so far this year and before the season slipped away, he felt “compelled to something before it was too late”. In doing something, the club shook up its top lines both offensively and defensively in acquiring Jason Spezza and Derek Forbort, along with Jason Zucker.

For Spezza, this is a homecoming for him. The Toronto native has up until very recently has had some tremendous success around the league. For the Maple Leafs, this is a move that makes a lot of sense, assuming they can fix what has been ailing Spezza the past fourteen months in the VHL, his lack of finishing abilities.

So far this season, Spezza has scored on less than 4% of his shots on goal, a number that is remarkably low for a player with the pedigree of Spezza. Assuming he can even get to career norms in this category, Toronto has just lengthened their roster.

Viewing both roster construction and productivity, things are a bit underwhelming in Toronto. Currently the offense is pretty much exclusively Kyle Turris, who has been doing everything without a true guy to set him up down the middle. Currently Derek Stepan is that guy on the line, but in reality, he is more of a finisher than a passer currently. Having Spezza in that spot should both strengthen the top two lines in Toronto and give Turris some additional help on his line.

Meanwhile in Derek Forbort, the Leafs have picked up one of the better young defensive defensemen in the league. The expectation is that he will be able to replace the minutes lost by the departure of Marco Scandella and anchor down the Leafs penalty killing along with Travis Hamonic on the top unit in the process.  

Finally Jason Zucker comes to the Leafs as a bit of a project for the Leafs, and many expect him to replace Berglund's minutes on the clubs fourth line, repeating a role he had earning in the preseason with Hartford. With Zucker also being 24 years of age, the acquisition of Zucker is more of a long-term play for Toronto, with aspirations of future growth throughout his current four year contract.

If it was a change that was wanted in Toronto by Trudeau and company, a change is what they have created. For a club that had cup aspirations at the start of the year to only be a .500 club at this point is disappointing perhaps this can be the spark in the correct direction they have been looking for.

 

WC: 466

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S27 - Whalers Start Making Changes (®)

By Dustin Funk (WHALERS) On Tuesday 18th June 2024 / 6:10pm


“This is a trade that reeks of desperation!”
“WTF are they thinking, basically gave away Spezza to a division rival.”

“We already couldn’t score, so you trade away a guy that can for a guy that can’t?”
“#FireFunk”

 

If the internet has anything to say about the recent Leafs/Whalers trade, it is one that is horribly one-sided, at least in Hartford and amongst their fan base.  Earlier today, the two teams made a seven player swap that saw Jason Spezza returning home to Toronto, along with Derek Forbert and rookie forward Jason Zucker.  In return, the Whalers are picking up veteran two-way forward James Neil, defenseman Marco Scandella, veteran depth forward Patrick Berglund and a 2nd round pick a few years down the road.  While the internet may not like it, it seems that Whalers GM, Dustin Funk is pleased with the return.

“We need to shake things up here.  Obviously what is happening is not working.  Our key offensive players are not getting the results and really haven't in two years now.  So something needed to change.”

For the Whalers return here, a lot of it will depend on more than the individual results of the three that are arriving today in Connecticut, but how the team as a whole responds to the move.  While it may be depressing for the Whalers fan base, let's not forget that Jason Spezza is one year removed from being a little bit over a half point-per-game and only a goal in the Whalers first thirteen games this year.  Clearly something is broken there. 
For Whaler fans, there is some golden lining here.  James Neal has been just as productive the past two years as Spezza, while being deployed in a similar role.  Neal is also far more advanced defensively and will provide more support in goal prevention and a superior job in wearing down opposing clubs.  Where Neal fits in the Whalers line-up is a current mystery, however do not be shocked if they choose to deploy him in a checking line role versus an offensive role.

In Marco Scandella, the Whalers have basically acquired a more veteran and therefore more advanced version of Derek Forbort, but one with guaranteed club control.  While we may give the edge in pure defensive play to Forbort, Scandella is a far superior puck handler, passer, and plays a more disciplined style of hockey, something those inside the Whaler lockerroom know has been preached early on. 

Finally in Patrick Berglund, the Whalers have once again basically advanced the development curve of the player leaving (Jason Zucker), and brought in more experience and more natural scoring abilities.  If the trend continues to double shift Steven Stamkos, having Berglund on the depth line will give the Whalers a better shot at creating more offense with Stamkos.

The bottom line is the things in Hartford have not gone to plan in a few years now, and things need to be changing.  Status quo is no longer acceptable.  The next question is not if another move is made, but rather when.

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S27 - 5 Best Point Producers (by minutes played) (®)

By Dustin Funk (WHALERS) On Saturday 15th June 2024 / 4:51pm


In my opinion, one of the best measures for offensive production you can have is how many points a player puts up for every twenty minutes they are on the ice.  With this you are able to find a way to account for ice time and usage and even out the playing surface (to a point).  There are caveats, the main one being power play and penalty kill usage swaying that number in one direction or the other.  With that being said, it is as good a stat to gauge offensive production that we currently have.  

With that in mind, let's take a look at the league's top five players in this stat with a minimum of eight games played.

 

  1. Kyle Turris (Toronto) - 1.88p/20

Leading the league is Kyle Turris of Toronto, with twelve goals and eight assists in ten games, good for a p/20 of 1.88.  Currently Turris is the right wing on the club's top line with James Neal and Derek Stepan.  The truly interesting aspect of Turris this season is just how drastic his production is compared to his teammates.  Consider this, we know Turris has twenty points good for tops on the club, while Vincent Trochek is second with nine points.  It is easy to identify Turris as the key reason for the Leafs success.

 

  1. Max Pacioretty (Buffalo) - 1.76p/20

Even though Pacioretty has only played in nine of the twelve games and is currently just about to return to line up from an injury, he is the Sabres leading scorer with nine goals and eight assists.  At points this season, Pacioretty has been skating on the clubs second line with Aleksander Barkov and Vladimir Tarasenko, showcasing the clubs amazing depth.  With Max due to join the roster this week, the Sabres are due for another offensive bump to help them maintain their spot atop the league.

 

  1. Marcus Foligno (Arizona) - 1.70p/20

With Foligno, we have an interesting entry into this list.  Foligno is fifth on his team in scoring, but first in Arizona in points-per-twenty, with eight points in ten games.  Currently, Foligno is the right wing on the Yotes third line with Bo Horvat (whom is also above 1.ppp/20 as well) and Andrei Kostitsyn and gets no time on the power play or penalty kill.  This is just another example showcasing how the Coyotes carry their success year-in year-out with their depth through their lineup.

 

  1. Johnny Gaudreau (Philadelphia) - 1.65p/20

On a team where Alex Ovechkin has been struggling (one goal, six assists), it has been Johnny Gaudreau that has been picking up the slack..  For Gaudreau, he is a player that is taking advantage of his power play time on the first unit with six of his fourteen points coming with the man advantage where he skates with Ovechkin and Evgeny Kuznetsov.  In Philadelphia, the team runs their top power play perhaps the most aggressively in terms of ice time given.  Currently the top power play unit gets about two-thirds of the ice time, giving them ample opportunity to put up the points.  Away from the powerplay, Gaudreau is currently lineup up as the clubs left wing on their third line.  

 

  1. Jacob Silfverberg (Buffalo) - 1.60p/20

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Buffalo has two in the top five, especially when you consider they are the highest scoring team, but perhaps it should be a surprise that it is Silfverberg that falls in fifth here.  On a team with Vlad Tarasenko, Jordan Staal, Dustin Brown and Conner McDavid on the depth chart ahead of him, here lies Jacob.  For Silfverberg, he is currently seventh in team scoring, with nine points in those twelve Sabre games with those names above ahead in total points.  But where Silfverberg has succeeded is generating five-on-five production, where he averages around nine minutes per game so far this season.  Having played on both the third and fourth line, and only now getting a little bit of power play time with Max Pacioretty sidelined (Jacob has zero power play points to date), it is his creation down the lineup that has led him to fifth.

 

As mentioned, there are a lot of variables on this list.  While you can have the leagues top scorer on it (Turris) you can also find a clubs seventh best scorer (Silfverberg).  Perhaps that is why I find this list so interesting.

 

WC: 740

 

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S27 - Detroit Leading the Way Early On [WB2]

By Dustin Funk (WHALERS) On Friday 14th June 2024 / 9:30pm


While the season is still young, the Detroit Red Wings have seen things break their way all season.  In nine games the Wings have nine wins, or in other words, they have been perfect to start.  Throughout the nine wins, the Wings have doubled their opponents on the scoreboard, scoring thirty-four goals to only seventeen given up, good for a league best seventeen goal differential.  Truely, things are looking good in Detroit.

Leading the way for the Wings is week one MVP candidate, Antti Niemi.  In goal, Niemi has been outstanding, posting a goals against average of 1.84 and a save percentage of .943, both put him second in the league to Bruins goaltender Robin Lehner.  It should also be noted that the Wings have had to use the extra frame to settle things in four of their nine games, where they have won three games in the shootout with the other in overtime.  In those three shootout wins, the Wings have scored a grand total of five goals, meaning that Niemi has been near perfect, saving ten of the twelve attempts he has seen.  In fact, Niemi has been perfect in his last two shootouts, and has gone eight straight shooters now without having let one by.

Outside the crease, depth appears to be the name of the game in Detroit.  As it stands of their previous game against Las Vegas, a 3-1 win, the Wings have spread their top three lines evenly in terms of ice time.  With that in mind, Detroit has been able to spread out their line up and share depth throughout and it is working.  Currently the Wings have four forwards averaging over a point for every twenty minutes played.  Seeing their top two centers in Patrice Bergeron (1.13 ) and Jake Guentzel (1.16) along with Bryan Little (1.06) really is not a shock.  What could be a shock is PA Parenteau (1.07) being the fourth member of that club.  The fourth line winger has been the key driver of what could be the league's best fourth line with Ryan Stoa (.80) and Jarret Stoll (.84).  All told the Wings have only three players (Jokinen, Vrbata, Hyman) that do not have a points per twenty minutes played over .75.
To go on a nine game winning streak, things really need to break in the correct direction.  Detroit is getting upper class production, both from their starting netminder and their depth forwards on the fourth line.  Things are looking great in the Motor City these days.

 

WC: 425

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S27 - Whalers Start on the Wrong Foot (®)

By Dustin Funk (WHALERS) On Monday 10th June 2024 / 4:27pm


It has been a tough start to the season for the Hartford Whalers.  After two games early on in the season against Philadelphia and Buffalo, the Whalers have yet to keep the final score within a three goal deficit, let alone win a game.  Once again, it is the club's defensive game and goaltending that has been absent, a familiar story for those that have followed this team for a few seasons.
With thirteen goals given up, Hartford has been looking to make some changes in how they have lined up.  New acquisition, Kevin Bieksa is one of those that will be coming in to hopefully make that change happen.  After coming in as a late free agent signing at the end of the preseason after being bought out by Kansas City, Bieksa has been practicing with the club waiting to get into the lineup.  That will happen tonight as the Whalers will play a pair of games, hosting the Ottawa Senators, before flying out to Pittsburgh to play the Penguins. 
Bieksa will bring another strong defender that has had a problematic issue with taking penalties, albeit has shown better discipline than Dan Hamhuis and Brent Seabrook in recent times.  That ability to stay out of the penalty box even at a slightly better clip should be a help to the Whalers as they have been penalized fourteen times in two games and have a league worst penalty kill at 64%

“Defensively, we like what Kevin will provide for us.  He is a great defender and has been around the league for a good while now.  That experience should be a great asset to us and allow us to rotate through eight guys on the back end that we are comfortable with.”
The other part of the problem for Hartford early on has been their goaltending.  Both Tuukka Rask and Tristan Jarry have started in a game this year, and both have had struggles with a combined .845 save percentage.  With numbers that low in goal (and on the penalty kill), history says that those numbers should regulate towards league normals at worst, particularly Rask who has been an above average goaltender (statistically) since he entered the league. 
“We will need both guys at the top of their game over the next little while.  With three games over four nights, both Tukkaa and Tristan will be back in the crease.  Both guys are great in goal and can make the big save.  We just need them to make that first save and get on a roll for us here.”
With those three games in four nights coming up, the Whalers will be an exhausted group, however exhaustion is a lot more palatable after wins, something the Whalers are gunning for.

WC: 460

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WHALERS Trade History

[6/18/2024 8:43:09 PM] - TRADE : From WHALERS to MAPLE LEAFS : Derek Forbort (79), Jason Spezza (84), Jason Zucker (74).
[6/18/2024 8:43:09 PM] - TRADE : From MAPLE LEAFS to WHALERS : James Neal (82), Marco Scandella (85), Patrik Berglund (76), Y:32-RND:2-TOR, Y:1-RND:0-.



[2024-06-25 20:36:25] TRADE : From KINGS to WHALERS : Andrei Markov,
[2024-06-25 20:36:25] TRADE : From WHALERS to KINGS : Brent Seabrook,



Alex Auld is out for 1 week because of a Broken Left Thumb Injury.



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