Thread: Speculation: 2011 Off-Season Thread pt 2
View Single Post
07-06-2011, 09:57 PM
Registered User
KiedisA's Avatar
Join Date: Feb 2010
Country: Northern Marianas
Posts: 891
vCash: 500
Originally Posted by BigG44 View Post
No .... arbitration is not an extension. The team gets a chance to ask for what they believe is a fair contract. Then the agent of the player presents his case for the value of the player. An arbitrator ultimately decides on the final cap hit/salary. In most cases, this is a one year contract. Players have the option of making it a 2 year deal, but I think they have to make that decision before the arbitration actually starts.

In most cases, a player will agree to a contract with the team before the process even begins. Regardless, they can only negotiate with their current team.

But what percent of those players actually signs a new deal with their team and doesn't change teams? And are those who can search a new deal somewhere else players like Dubinsky or more like Jannik Hansen(no offence)?

KiedisA is offline   Reply With Quote