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07-29-2010, 03:33 PM
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Another source reporting Wheeler was rewarded $2.4M. Still yet to be confirmed.

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07-29-2010, 03:34 PM
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do people actually look into what they are talking about before spewing ******** out of their mouths?

and for the record i love all the people who still say the only way we can get cap space is if we move savard in a soft deal. theres other ways, believe me.
Yeah, like dumping Thomas. What a mistake that was, Chia.

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07-29-2010, 03:44 PM
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from some Twitter (ViperVision)... Blake Wheeler's arbitration award: 1 year, $2.45 million. Bruins have 7 days to accept, will be over the cap if they do.

not sure if real, but, fair amount
I thought it was 48 hrs?

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07-29-2010, 04:19 PM
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The lack of understanding of the Bruins' cap situation is hilarious. Sturm goes on LTIR on the first day of the season, and one of Ryder/Sturm is dumped/waived/traded by the time Sturm's ready to return. As long as Wheeler + Seguin's base doesn't exceed $3.5m (probably won't), they'll be fine.
They're not totally bent over a barrel, but they're also far from "fine".

With Wheeler & Seguin, they'll be right up against the cap, if not a little over while using ALL of Sturm's LTIR exemption and ALL of their bonus cushion, while only having 21 healthy players.

So if a player gets hurt, or even 2 early in the season, they will have no way of icing a legal roster and no team will trade with them then, they'll just wait for the Bruins to waive somebody for nothing.

I guess you could say they can just waive Ryder, but we'll see if/when that happens.

I'm still waiting for a semi-big move to come out of Boston. After incurring a $1.76 million penalty on this year's cap, I don't think Chia wants to be in a position where he's an injury away from having to shuffle everything around on the fly.

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07-29-2010, 04:23 PM
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Any word on Weeler yet?
Should be some point today.

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Blake Wheeler and the Bruins are still waiting for an arbitration award decision, which was due today. The decision has been delayed because their arbitrator was also involved in Antti Niemi's hearing earlier today.

Wheeler's decision, while delayed, is still expected today.
http://www.boston.com/sports/hockey/...s_hearing.html

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07-29-2010, 04:39 PM
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I thought it was 48 hrs?
It is 48 hours for salary arbitration. Guessing the poster was mixing it up with an RFA offer sheet which is 7 days for the owning team to decide after an offer sheet is signed.

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07-29-2010, 05:01 PM
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It is 48 hours for salary arbitration. Guessing the poster was mixing it up with an RFA offer sheet which is 7 days for the owning team to decide after an offer sheet is signed.
I got a good laugh out of your Avatar.

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07-29-2010, 07:49 PM
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Wheeler awarded 2.2

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Making the MacArthur arbitration award look even more silly.

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really have to wonder what happened in the macarthur hearing..

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07-29-2010, 09:18 PM
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Either MacArthur's representative is one smooth talker, or precedent is inadmissible in these hearings. Wheeler getting 2.2 after MacArthur gets 2.4 makes absolutely zero sense.

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07-30-2010, 07:24 AM
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Either MacArthur's representative is one smooth talker, or precedent is inadmissible in these hearings. Wheeler getting 2.2 after MacArthur gets 2.4 makes absolutely zero sense.
Its been well established on the board that the Thrashers brass didn't offer a counterargument.

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07-30-2010, 11:15 AM
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updated.

4 more to go!

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07-30-2010, 05:35 PM
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Campoli has been resigned as well to a one year deal which I believe leaves only Niemi, and JDD.

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07-30-2010, 06:22 PM
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Campoli has been resigned as well to a one year deal which I believe leaves only Niemi, and JDD.
Link? Or it didn't happen!

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All arbitrations done, only thing left outstanding is the Niemi contract and whether or not Hawks will accept

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http://www.theglobeandmail.com/sport...rticle1663772/

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It was one of the NHL’s first arbitration cases of the year, pitting 25-year-old winger Clarke MacArthur against the Atlanta Thrashers late last month.

The two sides had failed to make progress in negotiations leading up to the July 21 hearing, and Atlanta’s recent acquisition of Andrew Ladd had, in management’s mind, made MacArthur expendable.

When it came time to meet with an arbitrator, the Thrashers simply asked for the award to be presented immediately, based on the player’s demands, so they could then walk away from the contract.

That’s how a third-line forward who had 35 points landed a $2.4-million (all currency U.S.) award, one the hockey world has been puzzling over ever since.

“We said, you know what, maybe it wouldn’t be a bad thing if he gets this silly award,” Thrashers general manager Rick Dudley said. “We kind of encouraged it.”

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