•   
  •   
  •   

SportDubas says Marner negotiations remain at status quo

03:20  05 august  2019
03:20  05 august  2019 Source:   thescore.com

Noah Wyle Says the ‘ER’ Cast Hangs Out ‘All the Time’

Noah Wyle Says the ‘ER’ Cast Hangs Out ‘All the Time’ Paying a visit to County General Hospital. While ER wrapped its 15-year-long run a decade ago, series alum Noah Wyle revealed that the cast remains in contact to this day. Costars Reunited! There is no planned ER reboot on the horizon, but Wyle, who played Dr. John Carter on the series, exclusively told Us Weekly that the cast has secret reunions — and no, we’re not invited. “We get together all the time. We just — thankfully, nobody’s filming it,” Wyle, 48, joked with Us at the Los Angeles premiere of David Crosby: Remember My Name on Thursday, July 18. ER ran for 15 seasons from 1994 to 2009 on NBC.

"It's just really the status quo at this point," Dubas told TSN at the World Junior Summer Showcase. "I think the reality is, it's the status quo with all these types of players High-profile restricted free agents are reportedly waiting for Marner , an RFA and the Leafs' leading scorer, to sign and set the market.

The good news is Marner will almost certainly remain a Maple Leaf, the bad news is he may get paid more than anyone anticipated. The last thing the world needed was another tired column about stalled contract negotiations that had nothing new to add. But it feels like it’s time to break the silence.

If you're eagerly awaiting Toronto Maple Leafs winger Mitch Marner to sign a new contract, don't hold your breath.

Dubas says Marner negotiations remain at status quo© Mark Blinch / National Hockey League / Getty

General manager Kyle Dubas addressed the ongoing negotiations between the two sides this weekend, and it doesn't appear there's been much progress of late.

"It's just really the status quo at this point," Dubas told TSN at the World Junior Summer Showcase. "I think the reality is, it's the status quo with all these types of players throughout the league. There doesn't seem to be anything really transpiring, and as it gets into August, it's kind of into a bit of a slog where there doesn't seem to be any real progress. You don't even hear of any progress in any of the other situations."

NHL rumors 2019: Chris Kreider, Kasperi Kapanen and the top candidates to change clubs this summer

NHL rumors 2019: Chris Kreider, Kasperi Kapanen and the top candidates to change clubs this summer As we head into the hottest month of the year, the NHL usually turns cold on the trade front. This year may actually be the opposite. Our Lyle Richardson has more.

136 quotes have been tagged as status - quo : Germany Kent: ‘Don't hang out with people who are:UngratefulUnhelpfulUnrulyUnkindlyUnlovingUnambitiousU “Rhetorical question: Did you get to where you are by accepting the status quo ?

Took this video at bedgebury pinetum on my camera.Excuse the shakiness as it was jolly cold!!

High-profile restricted free agents are reportedly waiting for Marner, the Leafs' leading scorer, to sign and set the market. Brayden Point, Matthew Tkachuk, Brock Boeser, Patrik Laine, and Mikko Rantanen are all RFAs without a deal for next season.

Marner's said he "probably" won't attend Toronto's training camp - set to open Sept. 17 - without a deal, though he added he'd prefer to be there.

The 22-year-old winger is coming off a monstrous season in which he put up 94 points - the ninth-highest total in the NHL. He also added four points in seven playoff contests.

The Maple Leafs are currently above the $81.5-million salary cap. However, they can build an offseason roster with a projected cap hit as rich as $92.05 million, then place David Clarkson and Nathan Horton on long-term injured reserve to become cap compliant, according to Cap Friendly.

Copyright © 2019 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license.

Read More

NHL Analyst Thinks Mitch Marner's Agent is Overvaluing Him.
In the midst of the chaotic Mitch Marner situation, you have to wonder, who's leading the charge? A better question might be who's the one setting the ridiculous value of Marner. Sportnet's Andrew Berkshire might have the answer. Berkshire believes those around the 22 year-old winger think that he's worth the same type of money as some of the league's top players after just three seasons. As good as Marner is, claiming he's worth $10 million plus a year is seriously overvaluing him. "I just think his agents and the people giving him advice are severely overvaluing him.

usr: 3
This is interesting!