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Detroit Sports* 03-18-2013 10:07 PM

corey perry signs with ana 8yrs 66m
 
man. i really wanted the wings to go after him this summer :rant::rant::rant::rant:

http://www.mynhltraderumors.com/2013...anaheim-ducks/

VladTheImpaler 03-18-2013 10:17 PM

Well there that thought goes...

Number1RedWingsFan52 03-18-2013 10:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Detroit Sports (Post 61925009)
man. i really wanted the wings to go after him this summer :rant::rant::rant::rant:

http://www.mynhltraderumors.com/2013...anaheim-ducks/

Not surprised though figured It was just a matter of time, I guess those rumors of Perry possibly leaving Anaheim were just that rumors.

GT500x 03-18-2013 10:20 PM

I don't want him. We should just start the rebuild this off-season.

ricky0034 03-18-2013 10:22 PM

good for him

not worth anywhere near that much and the thought of the Wings offering him a contract like that made me somewhat afraid

RedWinger10 03-18-2013 10:22 PM

Maybe the door just opened for Bobby Ryan.

The Zetterberg Era 03-18-2013 10:27 PM

It is 69 million, so three more than Getzlaf.

sarcastro 03-18-2013 10:27 PM

He was never coming to Detroit but I wonder if they're doing this to keep him or to deal him.

I doubt Anaheim can afford to spend more than a quarter of their cap space on two guys. Especially when they're spending $15 mil under the cap.

sully61 03-18-2013 10:27 PM

Bobby Ryan is still signed for next year. If they have to move someone it'll probably be Hiller to Philadelphia when they buyout Bryzgalov.

The Zetterberg Era 03-18-2013 10:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RedWinger10 (Post 61926941)
Maybe the door just opened for Bobby Ryan.

They don't have to trade him right away. This money in their budget is easily gained from no return of Selanne and Koivu and playing AHL guys in their place.

The Zetterberg Era 03-18-2013 10:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sarcastro (Post 61927667)
He was never coming to Detroit but I wonder if they're doing this to keep him or to deal him.

I doubt Anaheim can afford to spend more than a quarter of their cap space on two guys. Especially when they're spending $15 mil under the cap.

He will have a full NMC just like Getzlaf. This is well within their budget and plan would be my guess as much as people starve for one of their big three to be made available.

I do think like was already stated in a different thread and once here, Hiller's days are numbered if they need to move some salary.

Thats My Hat 03-18-2013 10:34 PM

According to TSN, he signed for 8 years, 69M. They'll have around 10M to resign/sign 8 players for next season, unless they're looking towards buying someone out and bringing in cheaper players.

Kronwalled55 03-18-2013 10:34 PM

I'm just happy he's staying in the West, and we're not.

Hammerheart 03-18-2013 10:44 PM

Bobby Ryan 2 Detroit, plz.

Reality Check 03-18-2013 10:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sarcastro (Post 61927667)
He was never coming to Detroit but I wonder if they're doing this to keep him or to deal him.

I doubt Anaheim can afford to spend more than a quarter of their cap space on two guys. Especially when they're spending $15 mil under the cap.

If they keep him and the cap doesn't continue to raise considerably year-to-year, they're in cap hell.

In addition, I don't see Ryan aging particulary well at all.

RedWingsNow* 03-18-2013 11:05 PM

Teams will have one year to suck it up and then the cap will grow again.
Teams with internal caps, however, could have trouble

Crymson 03-18-2013 11:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sarcastro (Post 61927667)
He was never coming to Detroit but I wonder if they're doing this to keep him or to deal him.

I doubt Anaheim can afford to spend more than a quarter of their cap space on two guys. Especially when they're spending $15 mil under the cap.

They'd better be doing it to keep him, because nobody will take him at that price. A guy who has averaged 32 goals per season in the league and does not possess notable defensive skills is assuredly not worth upwards of $8m.

Hammerheart 03-19-2013 01:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Crymson (Post 61933489)
They'd better be doing it to keep him, because nobody will take him at that price. A guy who has averaged 32 goals per season in the league and does not possess notable defensive skills is assuredly not worth upwards of $8m.

Welcome to the new CBA.

DRWCountryClub 03-19-2013 02:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hammerheart (Post 61941325)
Welcome to the new CBA.

If this is the case, I'd like to see Detroit become Boston 2.0.

Depth throughout the line up, every line can score and play defense, although more puck possession than grinding.

Crymson 03-19-2013 03:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hammerheart (Post 61941325)
Welcome to the new CBA.

Not really. The old CBA contributed greatly to driving prices up. There is absolutely nothing about the new CBA that is worse in that regard.

14ari13 03-19-2013 03:18 AM

It makes over 8 M a year, doesnt it?

How much do you have to give to Dastyuk then?

DRWCountryClub 03-19-2013 03:53 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Crymson (Post 61942497)
Not really. The old CBA contributed greatly to driving prices up. There is absolutely nothing about the new CBA that is worse in that regard.

What's a caphit? :laugh:

Henkka 03-19-2013 04:00 AM

Next target:

Nathan Horton

Quote:

Originally Posted by Forty (Post 61941613)
If this is the case, I'd like to see Detroit become Boston 2.0.

Depth throughout the line up, every line can score and play defense, although more puck possession than grinding.

Definitely this. It keep the caphits in good control and one bad contract doesn't force to bad contracts throughout the roster.

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Fading Captain (Post 61931717)
Teams will have one year to suck it up and then the cap will grow again.
Teams with internal caps, however, could have trouble

Interesting to see how Anaheim will survive with their internal cap in the future.

From Forbes figures, I counted it somewhere at ~57 million from 2011-12 season. They pretty much had an income of 47 million, and on purpose went to 10 million losses, to make that loss even with maximum 10 million of revenue sharing. So they operate with zero result.

They have nice young and cheap prospects there (Palmieri, Smith-Pelly, Etem, Bonino, Holland) and Selšnne possibly retiring and making room. But the question is, what happens after those cheap prospects hit on their 2nd contract, when those two mammoth contracts are setting the team hierarchy.

crashman 03-19-2013 04:25 AM

If it improves the Wings chances of acquiring Bobby Ryan, then this is great news!

InjuredChoker 03-19-2013 04:44 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Thats My Hat (Post 61928661)
According to TSN, he signed for 8 years, 69M. They'll have around 10M to resign/sign 8 players for next season, unless they're looking towards buying someone out and bringing in cheaper players.

They have lot of good kids. Move Hiller. Maybe Allen. They aren't in trouble imo.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Henkka (Post 61942911)
Next target:

Nathan Horton

Eg. Franzen 2.0



Quote:

Interesting to see how Anaheim will survive with their internal cap in the future.

From Forbes figures, I counted it somewhere at ~57 million from 2011-12 season. They pretty much had an income of 47 million, and on purpose went to 10 million losses, to make that loss even with maximum 10 million of revenue sharing. So they operate with zero result.

They have nice young and cheap prospects there (Palmieri, Smith-Pelly, Etem, Bonino, Holland) and Selšnne possibly retiring and making room. But the question is, what happens after those cheap prospects hit on their 2nd contract, when those two mammoth contracts are setting the team hierarchy.
Anaheim owner Samueli has money. If the team is competitive he might want to spend it. That's the hope for Anaheim fans anyway.

If you're operating on zero result as you said, you're basically making money as franchise value increases.

I don't see second contracts for those kids being an issue bc of these recent signings. UFA vs. RFA.

You can always get second contract cheap unless you're kids are superstars or named Ryan O'Reilly.

The issues might arise when Getz and Perry are well in to their 30s.. Can they maintain this level of play?


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