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Darth Vitale 07-09-2013 01:59 PM

2013 Penguins Summer Sign & Trade Emporium | Part XIII | No Buyouts for You!
 
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All figures are cap numbers, not salaries, and are taken directly from www.capgeek.com.

2013-2014 salary ceiling: .................64,300,000
Projected cap spending: ...................65,398,333
Projected cap space: ........................-1,098,333



PITTSBURGH PENGUINS
Forward.................
Pos.
Age
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
Sidney Crosby
C
25
8,700,000
8,700,000
8,700,000
Evgeni Malkin
C
26
8,700,000
9,500,000
9,500,000
James Neal
RW
25
5,000,000
5,000,000
5,000,000
Pascal Dupuis
RW
34
3,750,000
3,750,000
3,750,000
Chris Kunitz
LW
33
3,725,000
3,850,000
3,850,000
Jussi Jokinen
LW
30
2,100,000
UFA
 
Brandon Sutter
C
24
2,066,667
RFA
 
Tanner Glass
LW
29
1,100,000
UFA
 
Beau Bennett
RW
21
900,000
900,000
RFA
Craig Adams
RW
36
700,000
700,000
UFA
Dustin Jeffrey
C
25
625,000
RFA
 
Matt D'Agostini
RW
26
550,000
UFA
 
Joe Vitale
C
27
550,000
UFA
 
Defense.................
Pos.
Age
2013-14
2014-15
.2015-16
Paul Martin
D
32
5,000,000
5,000,000
UFA
Brooks Orpik
D
32
3,750,000
UFA
 
Kris Letang
D
26
3,500,000
7,250,000
7,250,000
Rob Scuderi
D
34
3,375,000
3,375,000
3,375,000
Matt Niskanen
D
26
2,300,000
UFA
 
Simon Despres
D
21
840,000
RFA
 
Robert Bortuzzo
D
24
600,000
600,000
RFA
Deryk Engelland
D
31
566,667
UFA
 
Goalie....................
Pos.
Age
2013-14
2014-15
.2015-16
Marc-Andre Fleury
G
28
5,000,000
5,000,000
UFA
Tomas Vokoun
G
36
2,000,000
UFA
 



WILKES-BARRE/SCRANTON PENGUINS
Forward...............
Pos.
Age
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
Jayson Megna
C
22
925,000
RFA
 
Adam Payerl
RW
21
866,667
866,667
RFA
Tom Kuhnhackl
LW
20
838,333
838,333
RFA
Steve MacIntyre
LW
32
625,000
UFA
 
Dominik Uher
C
20
616,667
616,667
RFA
Anton Zlobin
LW
20
608,333
608,333
608,333
Chris Conner
RW
29
550,000
UFA
 
Nick Drazenovic
C
26
550,000
UFA
 
Andrew Ebbett
C
30
550,000
UFA
 
Bobby Farnham
LW
24
550,000
RFA
 
Brian Gibbons
C
25
550,000
RFA
 
Zach Sill
C
25
550,000
RFA
 
Paul Thompson
RW
24
550,000
RFA
 
Harry Zolnierczyk
LW
25
550,000
RFA
 
Defense...............
Pos.
Age
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
Harrison Ruopp
D
20
925,000
925,000
925,000
Philip Samuelsson
D
21
912,500
RFA
 
Brian Dumoulin
D
21
900,000
900,000
RFA
Scott Harrington
D
20
896,667
896,667
896,667
Nick D'Agostino
D
22
625,000
625,000
RFA
Reid McNeill
D
20
575,000
575,000
RFA
Brendan Mikkelson
D
26
550,000
UFA
 
Goalie..................
Pos.
Age
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
Eric Hartzell
G
24
550,000
550,000
RFA
Jeff Zatkoff
G
25
537,500
UFA
 



UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
Player...............
Pos.
Age
2012-13
News and notes
Jarome Iginla
RW
35
7,000,000
Signed with Boston (1 year, $6M)
Brenden Morrow
LW
34
4,100,000
Tough to imagine fitting him under the cap for less than a big discount
Douglas Murray
D
33
2,500,000
Signed with Montreal (1 year, $1.5M)
Matt Cooke
LW
34
1,800,000
Signed with Minnesota (3 years, $7.5M, $2.5M AAV)
Pascal Dupuis
RW
34
1,500,000
Re-signed with Penguins (4 years, $15M, $3.75M AAV)
Mark Eaton
D
36
725,000
Gave what he had to give this year but best days are well behind him
Craig Adams
RW
36
675,000
Re-signed with Penguins (2 years, $1.4M, $700k AAV)
Philippe Dupuis
C
28
600,000
Signed with Hamburg (DEL)
Warren Peters
LW
30
600,000
Decent AHL leader who could find a better shot elsewhere
Dylan Reese
D
28
600,000
Signed with Amur Khabarovsk (KHL)
Trevor Smith
C
28
575,000
Signed with Toronto (1 year, $550k)
Chad Kolarik
C
27
525,000
Signed with Linköping (SHL)
Brad Thiessen
G
27
525,000
Signed with HIFK (SML)
Keven Veilleux
RW
23
525,000
Not given a qualifying offer for obvious reasons



RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
Player...............
Pos.
Age
2012-13
News and notes
Eric Hartzell
G
24
1,595,625
Re-signed with Penguins (2 years, 2-way, $550k)
Brian Gibbons
C
25
900,000
Re-signed with Penguins (1 year, 2-way, $550k)
Paul Thompson
RW
24
900,000
Re-signed with Penguins (1 year, 2-way, $550k)
Harry Zolnierczyk
LW
25
600,000
Re-signed with Penguins (1 year, 2-way, $550k)
Dustin Jeffrey
C
25
575,000
Re-signed with Penguins (1 year, $625k)
Zach Sill
C
25
535,000
Re-signed with Penguins (1 year, 2-way, $550k)
Robert Bortuzzo
D
24
525,000
Re-signed with Penguins (2 years, $1.2M, $600k AAV)
Riley Holzapfel
C
24
525,000
Signed with HV71 (SHL)



SIGNED PROSPECTS
Player
Pos.
Age
Current Team
Contract
Derrick Pouliot
D
19
Portland (WHL)
3 years/1,350,000 per
Olli Maatta
D
18
London (OHL)
3 years/925,000 per
Tristan Jarry
G
18
Edmonton (WHL)
3 years/650,833 per
Matt Murray
G
18
Sault Ste. Marie (OHL)
3 years/650,833 per
Jean-Sebastien Dea
C
19
Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL)
3 years/598,333 per



UNSIGNED PROSPECTS
Player
Pos.
Age
Current Team (League)
Josh Archibald
F
20
Nebraska-Omaha (WCHA)
Dane Birks
D
17
Merritt (BCHL)
Teddy Blueger
F
18
Minnesota State (WCHA)
Blaine Byron
F
18
Maine (HEA)
Jake Guentzel
F
18
Nebraska-Omaha (WCHA)
Troy Josephs
F
19
St. Michael's (OJHL)
Sean Maguire
G
19
Boston University (HEA)
Matia Marcantuoni
F
18
Kitchener (OHL)
Alexander Pechurskiy
G
22
Orsk (VHL)
Bryan Rust
F
20
Notre Dame (HEA)
Ryan Segalla
D
18
Dubuque (USHL)
Clark Seymour
D
19
Peterborough (OHL)
Oskar Sundqvist
F
18
Skellefteå (SEL)
Scott Wilson
F
20
UMass-Lowell (HEA)

Darth Vitale 07-09-2013 02:11 PM

Have we signed Morrow, Cleary and Jagr yet? We need more old guys.

Shrimper 07-09-2013 02:27 PM

Will be interested to see where Eaton goes. WBS?

Jagr is apparently wanted by the Canes, Habs and Sabres.

Ugene Malkin 07-09-2013 02:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shrimper (Post 68984907)
Will be interested to see where Eaton goes. WBS?

Jagr is apparently wanted by the Canes, Habs and Sabres.

They can have him.

Eaton can still pick up a bottom pairing job on the cheap in the NHL.

SHOOTANDSCORE 07-09-2013 03:10 PM

The more I think about it, I have a feeling Morrow would be great on the 3rd/4th line.

Those bottom 6 guys could really use a mentor who specializes in physicality and has been a scoring threat in his career. Adams is a good guy be he can't teach those guys anything in those areas.

Waive Glass and give Morrow 1yr maybe around $1.8. That would be $700k well spent.

Hottubber 07-09-2013 03:20 PM

Did anyone really follow Gagne after he got traded to Philly last season?
I know he got a couple goals at the start but don't know how his play was

End of Line 07-09-2013 03:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shrimper (Post 68984907)
Will be interested to see where Eaton goes. WBS?

Jagr is apparently wanted by the Canes, Habs and Sabres.

I have no clue why you're so adamant about having Jagr on this team. He doesn't fit the type of player wanted by the Pens along with the fact that he's burned every bridge here. He's not going to play the 3rd line either. No 1st PP time either. Just keep Jagr away.

SweetStache 07-09-2013 03:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SHOOTANDSCORE (Post 68987311)
The more I think about it, I have a feeling Morrow would be great on the 3rd/4th line.

Those bottom 6 guys could really use a mentor who specializes in physicality and has been a scoring threat in his career. Adams is a good guy be he can't teach those guys anything in those areas.

Waive Glass and give Morrow 1yr maybe around $1.8. That would be $700k well spent.

I like this idea. I think he could even slide into the LW position next to Malkin for short stints if needed. He was really good here in the stretch run, that knee injury certainly played a part in his disappointing postseason.

If we can dump Nisky and Glass I think it would be preferable to trying someone else...you could end up with another Glass.

leafspensfan 07-09-2013 04:31 PM

Jagr will be misused more than Iggy, I really don't want that. So let him go somewhere where he can play properly. I don't want Morrow...**** that...or Cleary...

Zbynek 07-09-2013 04:42 PM

I would take a flyer on Peter Mueller, him and Letang could be roommates on the road and do each other's hair.

Stecz 07-09-2013 04:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Zbynek (Post 68991655)
I would take a flyer on Peter Mueller, him and Letang could be roommates on the road and do each other's hair.

Mueller, Letang and Crosby could have dark room parties where they sit in silence and look around dazed.

Shrimper 07-09-2013 05:13 PM

On the topic of Jagr.

He apparently is going NJ. Can he go to a team not in the East? (Bar Dallas)

Kovifan27 07-09-2013 05:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hottubber (Post 68987869)
Did anyone really follow Gagne after he got traded to Philly last season?
I know he got a couple goals at the start but don't know how his play was

I would say he played average. What you would expect from someone like him. I personally don't think the wheels have fallen off but he is not someone I would invest cap space into.

Axman 07-09-2013 05:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shrimper (Post 68992811)
On the topic of Jagr.

He apparently is going NJ. Can he go to a team not in the East? (Bar Dallas)

I honestly don't fear Jagr in the least.

Aiastelmon 07-09-2013 05:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SHOOTANDSCORE (Post 68987311)
The more I think about it, I have a feeling Morrow would be great on the 3rd/4th line.

Those bottom 6 guys could really use a mentor who specializes in physicality and has been a scoring threat in his career. Adams is a good guy be he can't teach those guys anything in those areas.

Waive Glass and give Morrow 1yr maybe around $1.8. That would be $700k well spent.

I endorse this post

SHOOTANDSCORE 07-09-2013 07:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SweetStache (Post 68988881)
I like this idea. I think he could even slide into the LW position next to Malkin for short stints if needed. He was really good here in the stretch run, that knee injury certainly played a part in his disappointing postseason.

If we can dump Nisky and Glass I think it would be preferable to trying someone else...you could end up with another Glass.

Yep and the occasional PP in front of the net.

I keep thinking back to the influence that vets like Leclair, Guerin, Roberts had on the younger guys and I can't help but think that it is a gaping hole that needs addressed. Especially with a coaching staff not favorable to younger guys.

I'd be ecstatic if Sutter picked up some of Morrow's traits.

Ogrezilla 07-09-2013 07:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SHOOTANDSCORE (Post 68997555)
Yep and the occasional PP in front of the net.

I keep thinking back to the influence that vets like Leclair, Guerin, Roberts had on the younger guys and I can't help but think that it is a gaping hole that needs addressed. Especially with a coaching staff not favorable to younger guys.

I'd be ecstatic if Sutter picked up some of Morrow's traits.

Our core is full of guys who should be plenty experienced to mentor the kids. Crosby, Malkin, Orpik, Martin, Kunitz, Dupuis, Jokinen, Adams, Vokoun...we are not lacking for veteran experience. Fleury is going into his 10th season. Crosby his 9th. Sid is now the 3rd longest tenured captain in the NHL. Our team needs to get younger, not older.

SHOOTANDSCORE 07-09-2013 08:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ogrezilla (Post 68997685)
Our core is full of guys who should be plenty experienced to mentor the kids. Crosby, Malkin, Orpik, Martin, Kunitz, Dupuis, Jokinen, Adams, Vokoun...we are not lacking for veteran experience. Fleury is going into his 10th season. Crosby his 9th. Sid is now the 3rd longest tenured captain in the NHL. Our team needs to get younger, not older.

That's true but none of those guys bring the knowledge of a power forward to the table. Some consider Kunitz a power forward, I think his style is more of a gritty, physical forward; and he is a scoring line wing with his own game to worry about.

Maybe I'm wrong and Morrow isn't the mentoring type but I still believe it is an important organizational need.

Ogrezilla 07-09-2013 08:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SHOOTANDSCORE (Post 68999319)
That's true but none of those guys bring the knowledge of a power forward to the table. Some consider Kunitz a power forward, I think his style is more of a gritty, physical forward; and he is a scoring line wing with his own game to worry about.

Maybe I'm wrong and Morrow isn't the mentoring type but I still believe it is an important organizational need.

who is the young power forward that he would be mentoring? you know we traded Tangradi right? :laugh: Bennett can learn some things about playing with stars from Kunitz, Neal and Dupuis. Not to mention learning from Sid and Geno themselves. Martin and Orpik are great mentors for Despres. I think overall he's closer to Martin, but I think he could add some of Orpik's edge as well.

Jacob 07-09-2013 08:37 PM

I too still like the idea of a Morrow - Sutter - Bennett line.

Aiastelmon 07-09-2013 08:59 PM

I just want a net front presence who can play with an edge. And Morrow would have more than 2 points in a year.

Malkinstheman 07-09-2013 09:43 PM

I think we have enough pieces to acquire a young power forward but im not sure if any are available.
Also is any one else worried that we will have a Kunitz-Crosby-dupuis line for a couple of years know?

Jacob 07-09-2013 09:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Malkinstheman (Post 69003067)
I think we have enough pieces to acquire a young power forward but im not sure if any are available.
Also is any one else worried that we will have a Kunitz-Crosby-dupuis line for a couple of years know?

No, that's a good line.

Waffle Fries 07-09-2013 10:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jacob (Post 69003551)
No, that's a good line.

It's fine in the regular season, but it's a horrible playoff line. Absolutely horrible.

MonsterSurge 07-09-2013 10:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Zbynek (Post 68991655)
I would take a flyer on Peter Mueller, him and Letang could be roommates on the road and do each other's hair.

Fleury can sit in the corner and giggle.


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