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I'm a bit confused here. Are we still talking about qualifying offer once the player has refused his? Isn't the eventual one year deal offered then by the team a contract as any other?

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while I don't like trusting rumors from people on message boards, even when I know they have some connections like Dagoon, to be honest I probably trust that more than Larry Brooks.

Brooks is always all over the place...sometimes he's very right, sometimes he's dead wrong, and sometimes you can't tell if it's conjecture on his part or if he has legitimate info

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I'm a bit confused here. Are we still talking about qualifying offer once the player has refused his? Isn't the eventual one year deal offered then by the team a contract as any other?
You're right, people just keep using the term qualifying offer for some reason.

Unless Dubinsky's contract had secret bonuses that we don't know about (and that sites that keep track of salary caps don't know about), then he made approximately $635 or $645k last year, which means the Rangers were required by the CBA to qualifyin him at 110% of that.

His qualifying offer was correctly reported the first time; around $709k (if his base salary was $645)

What they're calling his qualifying offer now has to just be another lowball offer, not the legitimate qualifying offer the Rangers were required to give him to retain his rights

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Is his agent still in town does anybody know?

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Is his agent still in town does anybody know?
yep, paper said he is, I imagine today is the day........what a pain in the arse

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You're right, people just keep using the term qualifying offer for some reason.

Unless Dubinsky's contract had secret bonuses that we don't know about (and that sites that keep track of salary caps don't know about), then he made approximately $635 or $645k last year, which means the Rangers were required by the CBA to qualifyin him at 110% of that.

His qualifying offer was correctly reported the first time; around $709k (if his base salary was $645)

What they're calling his qualifying offer now has to just be another lowball offer, not the legitimate qualifying offer the Rangers were required to give him to retain his rights
According tot he post today, it's stating that his actual base was under 600K and that with his entry level bonuses he made over 600K

The Post could be (has been in the past many times over) wrong.

Or Capgeek could be wrong and just have not recognized the bonus as such.

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That's possible. I looked for any news about bonuses and such but didn't find any on sites like nhlscap, etc. They usually are good at having the bonuses worked out on there, but they had none listed for Dubinsky.

So if it is true that he had some bonuses that I couldn't find, then that could be right. His base salary would have then been around $475k

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