Around The NHL: Part Trxjw can't do math (Yes I can. Just not with numbers.)
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02-28-2013, 06:03 PM
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His qualifying offer will be $6.5m. Doubtful they give him that next summer, hence him becoming a UFA.
Or they sign him longterm. Just b/c the qualifying offer would have to be 6.5 million, you can sign a player for less via giving a longterm contract (ie. 6yr/30mil).
RoR's camp structured it so it gives him more leverage in getting a longterm contract at the conclusion of the 2 year deal.
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