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01-07-2010, 02:39 AM
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After lots of confusion with regards to offer sheets and possible trades the Washington Capitals have re-signed Alexander Semin.

The contract is $36 million over 6 years with a limited NTC. This deal helps keep the Caps as one of the top offensive teams in the league and as a serious cup threat for the next few years atleast.

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01-07-2010, 02:44 AM
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After lots of confusion with regards to offer sheets and possible trades the Washington Capitals have re-signed Alexander Semin.

The contract is $36 million over 6 years with a limited NTC. This deal helps keep the Caps as one of the top offensive teams in the league and as a serious cup threat for the next few years atleast.
Confirmed. Alex took a bit less but is thrilled to stay in Washington. He appreciates the interest shown by other teams but his first choice was always to stay in Washington. This deal allows him to do just that, and provides him security.

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01-07-2010, 02:56 AM
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I keep looking there, but damn if I can find the WC RFAs. And agents and GMs are not good about posting signings.

OK, maybe not a CF, but there has to be a better way to manage sigings. All I'm saying.
Ahahaha, didn't even notice that. But yes, next game the lists will be updated, for sure. I also wouldn't mind a new thread for UFA where all the agents posted their client lists and kept them updated.

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01-07-2010, 06:12 AM
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Washington's re-signing and Minnesota's 6.2 offer sheet are vetoed.

You can't retract a signed contract. He signed an offer sheet at 6.5 per and that's that. It's not my fault you didn't know the rules. If Washington wants Semin, they must match the offer sheet. If they decline, Semin goes to Minnesota for 4 1st round picks.

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01-07-2010, 09:59 AM
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UFA FORWARDS

Keith Tkachuk and Lee Stempniak could very well sign a deal today.

More to come later.

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01-07-2010, 03:15 PM
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Columbus would like to announce the signing of veteran LW Keith Tkachuk to a 1 year deal worth 3M. The deal includes a NMC. Keith will provide good veteran leadership to an otherwise young Columbus team, and provide secondary scoring.



Our roster:

Nash-Brassard-Voracek
Filatov-Vermette-Umberger
Tkachuk-Pahlsson-Huselius
Chimera-Murray-Boll

Hejda-Campbell
Tyutin-Stralman
Commodore-Russell

Mason

That's some solid scoring depth.

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01-07-2010, 03:27 PM
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Nash-Brassard-Voracek
Filatov-Vermette-Umberger
Tkachuk-Pahlsson-Huselius


That's some solid scoring depth.
Then what is this?

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Hall-Bergeron-Whitney
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01-07-2010, 03:35 PM
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Columbus would like to announce the signing of veteran LW Keith Tkachuk to a 1 year deal worth 3M. The deal includes a NMC. Keith will provide good veteran leadership to an otherwise young Columbus team, and provide secondary scoring.



Our roster:

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Tkachuk-Pahlsson-Huselius
Chimera-Murray-Boll

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Tyutin-Stralman
Commodore-Russell

Mason

That's some solid scoring depth.
Solid offense but I'm definitely not sold on this defense...

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01-07-2010, 03:55 PM
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A new game will be starting soon. Here are the rules we will now follow for Restricted Free Agents. So far, the only change to Unrestricted Free Agency is if a contract is not announced, it is not valid.


Restricted Free Agents

Rules
  • You are responsible for qualifying your own players. If you do not qualify a player, they will become an Unrestricted Free Agent. However, in certain cases, high profile players will be automatically qualified. A player cannot become an UFA due to an inactive GM.
  • You must come up with an offer. Do NOT send a PM to the RFA agent asking how much money a players wants. You will be ignored.
  • If you wait to the last second to make offers to a player and you low ball the offer, the player will go to free agency as a Restricted Free Agent and seek an offer sheet.

Qualifying Offers
  • Players who earned less than $660,000 in the previous season must be offered 110% of last season's salary.
  • Example: Aaron Gagnon’s contract paid him $575,000 last year. His qualifying offer would be $632,500 ($575,000 X 1.1).
  • Players making up $660,000 to $1 million must be offered 105%.
  • Example: Colin Fraser’s contract paid him $700,000 last year. His qualifying offer would be $735,000 ($700,000 X 1.05).
  • Players making over $1 million must be offered 100%.
  • Example: Shane O'Brien’s contract paid him $1,600,000 last year. His qualifying offer would be $1,600,000 ($1,600,000 X 1).
  • A player’s cap hit is not the same as salary. Make sure you are using salary to determine qualifying offers.
  • Example: Fabian Brunnstrom’s cap hit last season was $2,225,000, but his salary was $875,000. His qualifying offer would be $918,750 ($875,000 X 1.05).

Offer Sheets
  • We never developed a good system for arbitration. Therefore, there will be no arbitration. If a qualified player makes it to free agency without a contract, he will be eligible to receive offer sheets.
  • Depending on the volume of qualified players in free agency, the agent for restricted free agents will accept offer sheets from opposing teams.
  • Once an offer sheet is signed, the player’s team has 24 hours to match or reject an offer.
  • In the event an inactive GM does not respond to an offer sheet, the league commissioners will decide for the team. This is to keep the game as realistic as possible. If Andrew Cogliano signs an offer sheet for under $1 milllion, an inactive GM will not be the reason he goes to a new team.

Draft Pick Compensation for Offer Sheets

AmountCompensation
$863,156 or lessNone
$863,156 - $1,307,8123rd round pick
$1,307,812 - $2,615,6252nd round pick
$2,615,623 - $3,923,4371st and 3rd round pick
$3,923,437 - $5,231,2491st, 2nd, and 3rd round pick
$5,231,249 - $6,539,062Two 1st's, one 2nd, one 3rd round pick
$6,539,062 or moreFour 1st round picks

*The amount is determined by taking the total compensation due in the Offer Sheet, and dividing by the number of years specified in the Offer Sheet, or five (5) - whichever is less.

Example: A 10 year offer sheet worth $50 million results in Four 1st round picks as compensation instead of a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd round pick.

*You must use your own draft picks as compensation. If Anaheim offers a qualified player a contract worth $2.5 million, the Ducks must hold the rights to Anaheim's 2nd Round Pick in 2011 before the offer is official.

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01-07-2010, 04:09 PM
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Washington's re-signing and Minnesota's 6.2 offer sheet are vetoed.

You can't retract a signed contract. He signed an offer sheet at 6.5 per and that's that. It's not my fault you didn't know the rules. If Washington wants Semin, they must match the offer sheet. If they decline, Semin goes to Minnesota for 4 1st round picks.
Semin signed the offersheet when he didn't have his 2nd round pick though (therefore not having the proper compensation). Doesn't that void the offersheet?

Regardless, if the Minny offersheet is upheld there is no way in heck I can match that without killing my cap for the next few years. So he's Minny's.

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01-07-2010, 04:16 PM
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Offer Sheets
  • We never developed a good system for arbitration. Therefore, there will be no arbitration. If a qualified player makes it to free agency without a contract, he will be eligible to receive offer sheets.
  • Depending on the volume of qualified players in free agency, the agent for restricted free agents will accept offer sheets from opposing teams.
  • Once an offer sheet is signed, the playerís team has 24 hours to match or reject an offer.
  • In the event an inactive GM does not respond to an offer sheet, the league commissioners will decide for the team. This is to keep the game as realistic as possible. If Andrew Cogliano signs an offer sheet for under $1 milllion, an inactive GM will not be the reason he goes to a new team.
Haha. That rule was directed towards me from GM Game #2.

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01-07-2010, 04:35 PM
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A new game will be starting soon. Here are the rules we will now follow for Restricted Free Agents. So far, the only change to Unrestricted Free Agency is if a contract is not announced, it is not valid.


Restricted Free Agents

Rules
  • You are responsible for qualifying your own players. If you do not qualify a player, they will become an Unrestricted Free Agent. However, in certain cases, high profile players will be automatically qualified. A player cannot become an UFA due to an inactive GM.
  • You must come up with an offer. Do NOT send a PM to the RFA agent asking how much money a players wants. You will be ignored.
  • If you wait to the last second to make offers to a player and you low ball the offer, the player will go to free agency as a Restricted Free Agent and seek an offer sheet.

Qualifying Offers
  • Players who earned less than $660,000 in the previous season must be offered 110% of last season's salary.
  • Example: Aaron Gagnonís contract paid him $575,000 last year. His qualifying offer would be $632,500 ($575,000 X 1.1).
  • Players making up $660,000 to $1 million must be offered 105%.
  • Example: Colin Fraserís contract paid him $700,000 last year. His qualifying offer would be $735,000 ($700,000 X 1.05).
  • Players making over $1 million must be offered 100%.
  • Example: Shane O'Brienís contract paid him $1,600,000 last year. His qualifying offer would be $1,600,000 ($1,600,000 X 1).
  • A playerís cap hit is not the same as salary. Make sure you are using salary to determine qualifying offers.
  • Example: Fabian Brunnstromís cap hit last season was $2,225,000, but his salary was $875,000. His qualifying offer would be $918,750 ($875,000 X 1.05).

Offer Sheets
  • We never developed a good system for arbitration. Therefore, there will be no arbitration. If a qualified player makes it to free agency without a contract, he will be eligible to receive offer sheets.
  • Depending on the volume of qualified players in free agency, the agent for restricted free agents will accept offer sheets from opposing teams.
  • Once an offer sheet is signed, the playerís team has 24 hours to match or reject an offer.
  • In the event an inactive GM does not respond to an offer sheet, the league commissioners will decide for the team. This is to keep the game as realistic as possible. If Andrew Cogliano signs an offer sheet for under $1 milllion, an inactive GM will not be the reason he goes to a new team.

Draft Pick Compensation for Offer Sheets

AmountCompensation
$863,156 or lessNone
$863,156 - $1,307,8123rd round pick
$1,307,812 - $2,615,6252nd round pick
$2,615,623 - $3,923,4371st and 3rd round pick
$3,923,437 - $5,231,2491st, 2nd, and 3rd round pick
$5,231,249 - $6,539,062Two 1st's, one 2nd, one 3rd round pick
$6,539,062 or moreFour 1st round picks

*The amount is determined by taking the total compensation due in the Offer Sheet, and dividing by the number of years specified in the Offer Sheet, or five (5) - whichever is less.

Example: A 10 year offer sheet worth $50 million results in Four 1st round picks as compensation instead of a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd round pick.

*You must use your own draft picks as compensation. If Anaheim offers a qualified player a contract worth $2.5 million, the Ducks must hold the rights to Anaheim's 2nd Round Pick in 2011 before the offer is official.
Do you know when the game will start (at least when the signup for the game) will start?

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Semin signed the offersheet when he didn't have his 2nd round pick though (therefore not having the proper compensation). Doesn't that void the offersheet?

Regardless, if the Minny offersheet is upheld there is no way in heck I can match that without killing my cap for the next few years. So he's Minny's.
Minnesota did get their 2nd back. But it doesn't matter since the compensation is 4 1sts.

So it's official now;

Semin has signed with the Wild for 13 years $6.5M per. Washington will receive Minnesota's first round pick for the next 4 years.

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Do you know when the game will start (at least when the signup for the game) will start?
Sign up will be up sometime tonight.

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I know this is pretty much over, but use part 2 now.

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