Thread: Value of: Marian Gaborik
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12-27-2012, 03:24 PM
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Originally Posted by iamitter View Post
Do you think Burns would have returned more had he been traded at the deadline? Gaborik will still have a full year on his contract at the draft. If traded at the deadline, he will not be a rental.
The conditions that Burns was traded under, are very different from the conditions Gaborik would be dealt under.

You act as if Gaborik will be the only highly paid player being shopped, as if the Rangers will be the only team trying to reduce it's payroll facing a $10m cap reduction.When Burns was traded, we did not have teams facing a $10m cap reduction and the NHL saying buyouts would count against the cap.


http://www.thehockeynews.com/article...a-new-CBA.html

But according to Larry Brooks of The New York Post, the owners are strongly against amnesty buyouts as part of the transition toward a 50-50 split of hockey related-revenue between the owners and the players.

That's because the league sees such buyouts as money being paid outside the new cap system.



If the new CBA sets a $60 million cap for next season with no amnesty buyouts, no allowance for teams to absorb salary to facilitate trades and restrictions on player demotion, the summer of 2013 could see an unusually high number of players moved
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