Thread: News Article: Subban refused qualifying offer
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07-16-2012, 09:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Pine View Post

Because his base salary of $787,500 total salary of $875,000 minus signing bonus of $87,500 is greater than $660,000 and less than $1,000,000, it is increased by 5 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)
This does not say this was the offer , only that it is the MINIMUM QO which is well understood. My point is without knowing the offer itself how could anyone bet someone would reject it . A qualifying offer could be a much larger number than the minimum shown here .

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