Roster Speculation III: No, Really, What's the BIGGEST Problem?
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03-12-2013, 01:48 PM
Join Date: Jun 2009
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It's a net increase of $1m, but we have space.
We have $50,567,857 committed to 15 players (11 F, 3D, 1G) and one buried player ($300,000 penalty for McCormick), which leaves $13,732,143 in cap space ($20,162,143 to work with during the 10% off-season increase) for next season with eight players to sign.
We have one significant FA in Hodgson (RFA) and there's not much on the market that is interesting.
Besides Perry who is unlikely to sign here, the somewhat unappealing Horton, likely to re-sign before free agency Smid, and Bozak and Clarkson who will get stupid money from someone, there isn't much.
Yep. Cap space in and of itself is worthless to us.
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