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10-22-2012, 01:44 AM
Join Date: May 2011
Location: Canberra, Australia
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When we look at guys like pacioretty, 4.5 is fair to me. When I look at someone like Hall, who pacioretty out scored goals and points wise, we see a nice 6 mil per for 7 years where this is even less taxes(Alberta).
Honestly, would you not trade Pacioretty for Hall straight up?
Hall's points per game is already higher than Pacioretty's, though they agree within the margin of error, however Hall is 3 years younger. That gives a higher projection for Hall's performance over the next six or seven years. I'll note that all salaries are based on potential as salaries are determined before the work is done.
Taxes should not be relevant. Hall's salary is not going to be adjusted downward or upward if he gets traded to another jurisdiction, and for that matter, the salary cap is not adjusted by jurisdiction for income tax purposes.
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