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07-09-2011, 07:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Mergus merganser View Post
Jhonas Enroth's qualifying offer is for $660,000.

Because his base salary of $600,000 — total salary of $685,000 minus signing bonus of $85,000 — is less than or equal to $660,000, it is increased by 10 percent for the purposes of his qualifying offer.

NOTE: It must be a one-way qualifying offer if a) the player appeared in 180 or more NHL games in three previous seasons; b) the player appeared in 60 or more NHL games the previous season; and c) the player did not clear waivers during the previous season. Backup goaltender appearances count as games.

CBA REFERENCE: Section 10.2 a (P. 30-31)

http://www.capgeek.com/qualifying_of...?player_id=406
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Originally Posted by Beechsack View Post
I'm calling BS on this.

Enroth made $685k at the NHL level last year. His QO therefore must be at least 105%, and the numbers reported are both less.

Don't think it's accurate.
It's explained in the bolded part above.

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Originally Posted by Mergus merganser View Post
Sorry, I trust their numbers more than you.

Regardless, the tweet is still incorrect. They can't offer lower than his QO (which is a 1 way deal per the CBA). Moreover, why would a team without a backup goalie (with no apparent intention to sign a different back up goalie) offer the kid a 2-way deal?
His QO is a $660k two-way contract, not a one-way.

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