Luongo: The Neverending Story
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01-07-2013, 10:47 AM
Join Date: Jul 2007
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First, you misunderstood my post. The insinuation is by waiving him another would claim him, yet we would not have to retain Toronto junk. Thus, a better investment. And good luck indeed.
Daniel Sedin ($6.100m) / Henrik Sedin ($6.100m) / Alexandre Burrows ($4.500m)
David Booth ($4.250m) / Ryan Kesler ($5.000m) / Zack Kassian ($0.870m)
Chris Higgins ($1.900m) / Jordan Schroeder ($1.025m) / Jannik Hansen ($1.350m)
Aaron Volpatti ($0.600m) / Maxim Lapierre ($1.000m) / Dale Weise ($0.615m)
Andrew Ebbett ($0.600m) /
Alexander Edler ($5.000m) / Jason Garrison ($4.600m)
Dan Hamhuis ($4.500m) / Kevin Bieksa ($4.600m)
Kevin Connauton ($0.900m) / Chris Tanev ($0.900m)
Roberto Luongo ($5.333m)
Cory Schneider ($4.000m)
CAPGEEK.COM TOTALS (follow @capgeek on Twitter)
(these totals are compiled with the bonus cushion)
SALARY CAP: $64,300,000; CAP PAYROLL: $63,743,333; BONUSES: $310,000
CAP SPACE (21-man roster): $866,667
Hey, we have cap to spare too!
I mentioned this earlier, but your numbers are still off:
Weise has to be qualified at a 10% raise. Tanev and Cannauton need to be qualified at a 5% raise.
You also need to add a 7th d-man. Running a roster with 6 d-men all season would be a disaster.
Higgins will definitely be getting a raise to the 2.5 mil range. Lappierre will most likely get a small raise as well. This roster is worse than the Canucks current lineup and, even then, probably isn't realistic under the cap.
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