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Mogilny A Devil

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Mogilny heads south

Sportsnet has learned Alexander Mogilny has agreed to a two-year, $7-million deal with the New Jersey Devils.

Sportsnet.ca -- Another veteran forward has decided to leave the Toronto Maple Leafs' organization and head south of the border.

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Should be a good pickup for the Devils if he can stay healthy. Had a lot of chemistry with Gomez, and when Elias is back will make for a deadly first line.

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New Jersey is already over the cap and they have to sign Stevens. Should be interesting to see how Lamoriello does this because he is going to have to trade or outright release salary.

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New Jersey is already over the cap and they have to sign Stevens. Should be interesting to see how Lamoriello does this because he is going to have to trade or outright release salary.
Not only that, but Hahn states that for any AHL callups during the season, that players NHL salary (if on 2 way) must conform to the cap requirements.

So, you don't necessarily need 2-3 million under the cap for callups because the callup salary is prorated on a game-by-game basis.

The trade deadline is going to be more about swapping salaries (and contract years) then salary dumps as it has been in the past.

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Not only that, but Hahn states that for any AHL callups during the season, that players NHL salary (if on 2 way) must conform to the cap requirements.

So, you don't necessarily need 2-3 million under the cap for callups because the callup salary is prorated on a game-by-game basis.

The trade deadline is going to be more about swapping salaries (and contract years) then salary dumps as it has been in the past.
Exactly. Which is precisely why I think a guy like Parrish will have very good value come the trade deadline. He can be that extra bit of scoring depth that a contender wants -- sort of a wing version of what Butchie did for us -- but won't botch up salary cap plans because he has an expiring contract. So, his impact on a team's cap will be more or less minimal, 2/3 of his contract already being paid by the deadline and the contract expiring next year.

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