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06-22-2010, 02:08 PM
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NHLPA votes 5% cap escalator, extends cba 2011-12

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06-22-2010, 02:11 PM
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nice!! Cap goes up to 59.6M!
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Redden to Hartford = Kovalchuk

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nice!! Cap goes up to 59.6M!
Welcome to NY Kovy
INC mod warning to not turn this into a Kovy Thread...

BTW, welcome to NY Kovy

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depending on your point of view, this is either great or terrible news.
cue the million lineups with Kovy fitting in, gotta love it.

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Redden to Hartford = Kovalchuk


one can only pray.

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To echo everyone else so far, signing Kovalchuk now is completely doable provided Redden is sent to the AHL. I'm not the biggest advocate for signing Kovalchuk, but he'd help this team out tremendously scoring wise. Most importantly, Kovalchuk on this team would mean no more Redden. Addition by subtraction.

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$59.6 million?

Mirtle has been on top on this topic

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NHLPA votes to keep 5 per cent growth factor in the salary cap. Expect a cap of $58.5- to $59-million to be announced by Friday.
https://twitter.com/mirtle/status/16792638572

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06-22-2010, 02:27 PM
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$59.6 million?

Mirtle has been on top on this topic



https://twitter.com/mirtle/status/16792638572
Alright, well Hendricks is saying its 59.6M. I'm just posting what I read.

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Salary cap has gone up almost $3 million. The new salary cap is $59.64 million, $2.84 more than least season's $56.8 million.

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59.6 + kovalchuk to NY - redden = no brainer

if its 5% and the cap was 56.8 mil last year its 59.64 this year

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Redden to Hartford = Kovalchuk
Don't even have to, just trade Rozi.....................to Renney in Edmonton.

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06-22-2010, 02:43 PM
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In reality, que the Rangers beginning to re-sign and qualify their RFA's. Shelley will be the first re-signed, I'm betting this is the news they were waiting for before they had anyone signed on new one-way deals.

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LeBrun has it in the low $59 millions

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Had NHLPA voted no on growth factor, salary cap would have been high 56s/low 57s
8 minutes ago via UberTwitter

So with union voting to keep 5 percent growth factor, cap will be in low 59s
16 minutes ago via UberTwitter
https://twitter.com/Real_ESPNLeBrun

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So the cap goes up roughly $2-million and the performance bonus cushion is in play one more year. (It won't be for 2011-12 though.)
https://twitter.com/mirtle/status/16794100680

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06-22-2010, 02:55 PM
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Dont know if this is good news or bad news.

Here comes a 2.2 mil over 2 years for Shelly.

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06-22-2010, 02:57 PM
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2010-11 NEW YORK RANGERS
PLAYER BONUS CAP HIT
FORWARDS
* Ilya Kovalchuk — $8,500,000
Marian Gaborik — $7,500,000
Chris Drury — $7,050,000
Ryan Callahan — $2,300,000
Sean Avery — $1,937,500
Brandon Dubinsky — $1,850,000
Mats Zuccarello-Aasen ($850,000) $1,750,000
Donald Brashear — $1,400,000
* Erik Christensen — $850,000
Artem Anisimov — $821,667
* Brandon Prust — $800,000
* Jody Shelley — $725,000
Brian Boyle — $525,000
DEFENSEMEN
Michal Rozsival — $5,000,000
* Zbyenek Michalek — $4,000,000
* Marc Staal — $3,500,000
* Daniel Girardi — $2,350,000
Michael Del Zotto ($212,500) $1,087,500
Bobby Sanguinetti — $855,000
GOALTENDERS
Henrik Lundqvist — $6,875,000
Chad Johnson ($170,000) $850,000
BUYOUTS
NONE
LOST VIA REENTRY WAIVERS
NONE
CAPGEEK.COM TOTALS
ROSTER SIZE 21
SALARY CAP $59,600,000
PAYROLL $60,526,667
BONUSES $1,232,500
CAP SPACE $305,833

It works.

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06-22-2010, 03:00 PM
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again if the cap is to go up 5% as per brooks he's got the right number 59.64.

if its not a 5% bump then who knows what its going to be.

anyone know the rules on this? is it a true 5 % increase?

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06-22-2010, 03:06 PM
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2010-11 NEW YORK RANGERS
PLAYER BONUS CAP HIT
FORWARDS
* Ilya Kovalchuk $8,500,000
Marian Gaborik $7,500,000
Chris Drury $7,050,000
Ryan Callahan $2,300,000
Sean Avery $1,937,500
Brandon Dubinsky $1,850,000
Mats Zuccarello-Aasen ($850,000) $1,750,000
Donald Brashear $1,400,000
* Erik Christensen $850,000
Artem Anisimov $821,667
* Brandon Prust $800,000
* Jody Shelley $725,000
Brian Boyle $525,000
DEFENSEMEN
Michal Rozsival $5,000,000
* Zbyenek Michalek $4,000,000
* Marc Staal $3,500,000
* Daniel Girardi $2,350,000
Michael Del Zotto ($212,500) $1,087,500
Bobby Sanguinetti $855,000
GOALTENDERS
Henrik Lundqvist $6,875,000
Chad Johnson ($170,000) $850,000
BUYOUTS
NONE
LOST VIA REENTRY WAIVERS
NONE
CAPGEEK.COM TOTALS
ROSTER SIZE 21
SALARY CAP $59,600,000
PAYROLL $60,526,667
BONUSES $1,232,500
CAP SPACE $305,833

It works.
I like most of it, minus Chad Johnson. He should be in Hatford working on his game with Alex Auld up here doing a little bit of mentoring with Lundqvist. Brashear still has the chance of being traded which would be nice, and a prospect could potentially beat MZA out for a spot, there is a lot up in the air, but I like that line up... although is is missing McDonagh. Maybe Gilroy gets moved also, who knows?

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does the CBA extension come with an amnesty buyout window?


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lol. looking at Brooks' HoF comments, he is such a troll.

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So the cap isn't going down like the HF boards rangers fans insisted it was non stop for the last 2 months? WOW shocked.

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Final cap number, which will be more than $59 M, must be agreed upon and finalized by NHL and NHLPA when they compare numbers over next week
per LeBrun on twitter.

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This is good(ish) news for teams like us who can afford to spend to the cap.

Keep in mind that more money for us is more for everyone else. LA will be prepped to make a real bid on Kovalchuk.

If Kovy is out of the question I would like to see Staal signed long term. as in 5+ years. Chicago did it for a decent price in Keith I see no reason why a lesser dman in Staal we couldnt get long term for cheaper.

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Kovalchuk signing just got a tad bit more realistic I think..... maybe....... perhaps.


Plekanec is gone, thank god. Possibly Marleau, so Sather cant overpay for them.

If certain guys are gone from the FA market, id rather see Sather work some trades since hes better at that.

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This is good(ish) news for teams like us who can afford to spend to the cap.

Keep in mind that more money for us is more for everyone else. LA will be prepped to make a real bid on Kovalchuk.

If Kovy is out of the question I would like to see Staal signed long term. as in 5+ years. Chicago did it for a decent price in Keith I see no reason why a lesser dman in Staal we couldnt get long term for cheaper.
This is great news for teams that have signed good players to long contracts.

When the cap is 80-90m in 6-7 years, some great great players will be playing for 5-6m per. Thats like paying someone 3m today. Those teams will be awfully hard to compete with. We could see some real dynastys.

Well, to bad that Glen Sather don't believe in front loaded contracts.

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