Thread: EHM 07 - Part 9
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11-08-2012, 09:24 AM
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Originally Posted by Richie Daggers Crime View Post
If you get to them before their reputation gets too high, you can sign them long term. Once they become established, you get 1-3 year deals unless you overpay.
And to add, something I think you originally taught me, is that sometimes if I know a guy will be good I sign him the day I draft him, that way he will only have 2 years until next contract and then after that I will try sign him to like a 10 year contract @ ~$2.5 mil/year.

For instance I still have my #1 goalie entering his prime for another 5 years at I think it's $2.6 mil/year and I have Carey Price still at $4 mil/year so once Price comes off the books I can afford to pay him the starter salary. Now I've got my 3rd line C (little steep of a price) and my future #1/#2 RW locked up for cheap too.

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