Thread: Salary Cap: $64.3M Upper Limit for '11-'12
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06-06-2012, 11:31 AM
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This is what I got right now for our summer Cap situation. For the moment, I'm going to stick with the Cap as if it was frozen from last season. I highly doubt Sather will be operating as if the Cap will really be $70.3m. Two other notes. I'm doing this as if the Rangers will be extending the minimum qualifying offer to all their RFAs. Also, before someone mentions it, Chris Kreider did not spend any days on the NHL roster during the regular season, therefore he has no Cap hit for the purposes of calculating the summer cap.

NameCap HitTypeDays
Marian Gaborik7,500,000One-wayN/A
Brad Richards6,666,667One-wayN/A
Ryan Callahan4,275,000One-wayN/A
Brandon Dubinsky4,200,000One-wayN/A
Artem Anisimov1,875,000One-wayN/A
Brian Boyle1,700,000One-wayN/A
Mike Rupp1,500,000One-wayN/A
Derek Stepan875,000Two-wayFull
Carl Hagelin643,243Two-way136
Casey Wellman265,494QO Two-way55
NameCap HitTypeDays
Wade Redden6,500,000One-wayN/A
Marc Staal3,975,000One-wayN/A
Dan Girardi3,325,000One-wayN/A
Ryan McDonagh1,300,000Two-wayFull
Michael Sauer1,250,000One-wayN/A
Tim Erixon435,135Two-way46
Michael Del Zotto918,750QO One-WayN/A
Anton Stralman945,000QO One-WayN/A
NameCap HitTypeDays
Henrik Lundqvist6,875,000One-wayN/A
NameCap Hit
Chris Drury1,666,667

Cap HitCap Ceiling10% CushionCap Space

At the very least, expect Biron to be signed to a similar deal as last year (875,000) and Prust to get a decent sized raise... say to $1.3m or so.

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