Thread: Speculation: Buyouts per team
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12-29-2012, 10:48 AM
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Snotbubbles
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Originally Posted by Fourier View Post
I think people are missing the point on this. It is a compliance buyout. The NHL proposal would set next year's cap at $60M with no reduction is individual contracts. That means that you have the following teams that may need to do something:


Philadelphia: $52.5M committed on 15 contracts with Timonen and Pronger to replace
Philly will have Coburn, Grossmann, Mezsaros, Schenn, Gervais under contract for that year. Really, they only need 1 more defenseman with the 7th being one of their AHL/NHL guys. Plus all their top 9 forwards are signed so the other forwards they'll need will be cheap players. They'll be fine, in a salary cap sense.

The only candidates they have to buyout are Pronger, Briere and Bryzgalov. All have advantages and disadvantages to buying them out.

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