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    http://www.tampabay.com/sports/light...-up-cap-space/

    BriseBois plans to assign Condon to the AHL and is looking for a trade for Louis Domingue, which would bring the cap space up to $11 million, according to capfriendly.com
    Three potential destinations that come to mind are Columbus (if they want competition for Merzlikins), Florida and Toronto.


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    Something has to give... I mean 3 back up G's on 1 way deals? I'd rather get McElhinny back
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    I thought it was weird when they signed McBackup, but I guess this makes sense.
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    Unlike Condon, Domingue actually has trade value and might be able to net them a depth piece in return.


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    Teams with a little cap space should jump at this. Domingue was 21-5 last year, good sv%, and could fill in for Injured #1. He could START in CBJ, or be real depth in COL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Brad View Post
    Teams with a little cap space should jump at this. Domingue was 21-5 last year, good sv%, and could fill in for Injured #1. He could START in CBJ, or be real depth in COL.
    wherever he goes.. he won't repeat those numbers.
    he won't be playing being TB
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    I would still prefer Domingue as a backup over anything else the Leafs have ATM. I also much prefer him over Montembeault short-term.


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    He's a tough one because his numbers are so inflated by TB's season; hell I could be league average behind that team and I can't skate. No doubt he's talented and someone will bite for him as a backup, but it's hard to gauge exactly where he's at
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    Quote Originally Posted by EnglishJet View Post
    He's a tough one because his numbers are so inflated by TB's season; hell I could be league average behind that team and I can't skate. No doubt he's talented and someone will bite for him as a backup, but it's hard to gauge exactly where he's at
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    Quote Originally Posted by ericdaoust View Post
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    I think most people are aware of Domingue's numbers being influenced by his team. He's a career .907 though. He's good enough to be someone's backup.


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    Default Re: TB looking to move Domingue

    maybe traded to devils if not sold on schneider ability to stay healthy and want to insulate blackwood a bit ?

    or avs , if they want some depth behind grubauer/francouz

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    Quote Originally Posted by butch View Post
    maybe traded to devils if not sold on schneider ability to stay healthy and want to insulate blackwood a bit ?

    or avs , if they want some depth behind grubauer/francouz
    You could add Philly, LA, CBJ, Anh - to that list as well. All have concerns about health or G stability.
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    Default Re: TB looking to move Domingue

    I imagine most teams who could take on Dominigue, whether they could use him or not, expect Tampa to pay up in order to get rid of him. San Jose came to mind to me, they've got a little spare cap space and Dell doesn't inspire much confidence.
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