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05-02-2012, 08:42 PM
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5 yrs 5M per should do it...it was nice to hear the new GM say that Price and Subban are top priority...
The only way Price's cap hit is that low(around 5 mil) is if A-he signs a short term deal until UFA status to really cash in in 2 years B-it's one of those Carter/Richards/Dipietro/Kovalchuk/Hossa type 10 year deals.

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05-02-2012, 08:44 PM
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5years around 4.5-5M.
this. I would like it. It will happen tomorrow.

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As much as he wants, on one condition. He does the ''CASSÉ'' thing after each save on shootouts.

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05-02-2012, 09:03 PM
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I'd be shocked if price gets 4.5-5 a year. I would certainly welcome it though. If Price gets a contract over 6 years I won't be happy. Already a 6th year is iffy for me, 7 or more is just nuts.

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05-02-2012, 09:11 PM
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signs on July 27th...at 2pm, holds press conference...gives us the "CASSE"

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Price is a great young goalie, but what has he done to warrant him getting over 6 million??
Agreed, as much as Bergevin underscores the importance of Price/Subban for the franchise neither he nor Moloson should be willing to give any outrageous contracts to anyone. They are trying to get rid of Gomez right now.

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05-02-2012, 09:29 PM
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5years around 4.5-5M.
I doubt he'll ever go for that. He's going to want close to 6 million. The length sounds about right tho.

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05-02-2012, 09:38 PM
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I say he signs a few days before training camp.

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05-02-2012, 10:00 PM
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Absolutely nothing. I love Price but he's turning into one of the most overrated goalies in the league quickly.


Plz explain to us why is Price so overrated? Is it technically? Mentally?

Seriously, no need to waste your energy trying.. The day Price has a decent team in front of him battling togheter every nights, we will talk again about how overrated Price is.. You just have no vision and no idea of Price's real worth..

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Plz explain to us why is Price so overrated? Is it technically? Mentally?

Seriously, no need to waste your energy trying.. The day Price has a decent team in front of him battling togheter every nights, we will talk again about how overrated Price is.. You just have no vision and no idea of Price's real worth..
Agreed.

I hope Price signs for 8 years and 55 million. Might be overpaying but whatever. Lundqvist signed for basically that much per year when the cap was much lower.

Price has become quite underrated actually. He was great this season.

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Loll at Price being overrated.

He's the best canadian goalie worldwide... Pretty telling isnt it ? Who is better than him right now?

Quick.. Yeah maybe, has he proved anything ? No.
Lundqvist ? See above.
Bryzgalov? oblivious troll
Rinne ? How so.. Has he proved anything ?
Thomas is in a free fall.
Smith ? One hit wonder.
Luuu?...Luuuuser
Halak? Lol.
Elliot ? .


When your franchise player ask's something you give it.

The Titan's did it wth CJ2K. The king's did it with Doughty. Loosing assets this big for 2 or 1 million is incredibad.
It's just telling you if the player is a good teamate and thinks team first or about me myself and I.

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05-02-2012, 11:32 PM
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Plz explain to us why is Price so overrated? Is it technically? Mentally?

Seriously, no need to waste your energy trying.. The day Price has a decent team in front of him battling togheter every nights, we will talk again about how overrated Price is.. You just have no vision and no idea of Price's real worth..
No vision and no idea of his real worth? Settle down buddy. All I said is he's being ranked incredibly high from a contract standpoint for a guy whose only had one very good season in his career. He's not worth a gigantic contract yet. Not to mention we'll likely run him out of town at some point and a rediculous contract would make him impossible to move if that happened.


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05-02-2012, 11:46 PM
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7 years

1st 5m 2nd 5m 3rd 6m 4th 6m 5st 5.5m 6th 5.5 7th 5m

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No vision and no idea of his real worth? Settle down buddy. All I said is he's being ranked incredibly high from a contract standpoint for a guy whose only had one very good season in his career. He's not worth a gigantic contract yet. Not to mention we'll likely run him out of town at some point and a rediculous contract would make him impossible to move if that happened.
two, his first year and a year ago.

this year was alright, not bad and not great.

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05-03-2012, 12:33 AM
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two, his first year and a year ago.

this year was alright, not bad and not great.
He played very well last year. THe tema was prone to the types of breakdowns and mental errors you'd expect of a team playing too many minutes to inexperienced d-men.

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05-03-2012, 12:44 AM
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Loll at Price being overrated.

He's the best canadian goalie worldwide... Pretty telling isnt it ? Who is better than him right now?

Quick.. Yeah maybe, has he proved anything ? No.
Lundqvist ? See above.
Bryzgalov? oblivious troll
Rinne ? How so.. Has he proved anything ?
Thomas is in a free fall.
Smith ? One hit wonder.
Luuu?...Luuuuser
Halak? Lol.
Elliot ? .


When your franchise player ask's something you give it.

The Titan's did it wth CJ2K. The king's did it with Doughty. Loosing assets this big for 2 or 1 million is incredibad.
It's just telling you if the player is a good teamate and thinks team first or about me myself and I.



Price is good but in that in list he's the one who needs to prove the most.

I think his technique is the best in the league and in the whole-world.

He has everything to become one of the best or the best, he only needs a good team in front of him and most importantly not to succumb to playoff pressure.

Right now , Smith, Lundqvist and Quick have proven even more than Price. Price will have his moment but for the moment he's not the best goalie in the world but his technique is.

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05-03-2012, 12:56 AM
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Let's not ignore the Bergevin factor.

Imagine you are a loyal but disillusioned player who has experienced not only the immense pressure of playing in Montreal, but also dealing with the Bizarro management.

Now there is a likeable, gregarious, talented GM with new ideas and a let's face it, way more human persona.

Could translate to a few hometown discounts.

Not knowing the details of a new CBA, I say Carey signs
for 6 years at $36 mil.

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05-03-2012, 03:33 AM
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This is what Nick Kypreos wrote,

While the goaltending world seems to be fixated on the Canucks and Roberto Luongo, keep an eye open for the potential standoff between Carey Price and the Montreal Canadiens this summer.

A few NHL general managers will be doing just that. Why? Because if the Canadiens drop the ball on negotiations, other teams in dire straits would have no problem trying to trade for the all-star and dishing out a starting point offer that mirrors the Pekke Rinne deal: $49 million for seven years.


....

One NHL executive said: "Find me another experienced goalie like Price in his mid-20's who's just scratching the surface on how great he can be. He doesn't exist."

http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/2012/..._nick_kypreos/

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IMO Price is one of the 5 best goalies in the NHL right now and will be Top 3 for years to come. I'd be absolutely shocked if they signed him for less that 6 million. So my guess is that Price will sign for a 6 year ~6.3 million dollar contract. The Habs will have the cap once they bury Gomez in the Minors or or Europe.


Anyway, if you have a guy like Price in your organisation, you cling on to him and trey all you can to keep him comfortable. Goalies are the MVPs of the playoffs, good luck going all the way without a guy like Price. Or do the Habs have a whole bunch of them lined up in the minors? Didn't think so. Ask Toronto how things are working out with mediocre goaltending?

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05-03-2012, 04:21 AM
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This is what Nick Kypreos wrote,

While the goaltending world seems to be fixated on the Canucks and Roberto Luongo, keep an eye open for the potential standoff between Carey Price and the Montreal Canadiens this summer.

A few NHL general managers will be doing just that. Why? Because if the Canadiens drop the ball on negotiations, other teams in dire straits would have no problem trying to trade for the all-star and dishing out a starting point offer that mirrors the Pekke Rinne deal: $49 million for seven years.


....

One NHL executive said: "Find me another experienced goalie like Price in his mid-20's who's just scratching the surface on how great he can be. He doesn't exist."

http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/2012/..._nick_kypreos/
I'm actually totally cool giving price the same contract as rinne leaves goaltending locked up for 7 years and lets us reevaluate goaltending at age 32 where will see how he's holding up

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He will get around 6 million a season.

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He will get around 6 million a season.
The only way he gets less is if he signs for 1 year or maybe 2 years 11 mil IMHO. If we are looking at long term to buy out UFA years then it will be above 6 mil.

I would be happy with 6 years 37.5 mil.

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Well, i dont think Bergevin is a cap guy. So once he names Asst. GM's and possibly HC, then we will see the signings. I dont think it will happen fast, as this will be a huge decision for Price ( in terms of length of contract) and the details in the contract. Im no fortune teller by saying it should be over 5 million and under 7 million, but it depends on the term Carey wants

i would imagine a 1-2 year contract would have a lower cap hit ( making him more valuable as a UFA)

something around 5 years would be highest cap hit ( but not higher than what he will be worth in a couple years)

something really long like 8-10 years, would make it smaller cap hit, as you can spread the money over a long period of time

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Loll at Price being overrated.

He's the best canadian goalie worldwide... Pretty telling isnt it ? Who is better than him right now?

Quick.. Yeah maybe, has he proved anything ? No.
Lundqvist ? See above.
Bryzgalov? oblivious troll
Rinne ? How so.. Has he proved anything ?
Thomas is in a free fall.
Smith ? One hit wonder.
Luuu?...Luuuuser
Halak? Lol.
Elliot ? .


When your franchise player ask's something you give it.

The Titan's did it wth CJ2K. The king's did it with Doughty. Loosing assets this big for 2 or 1 million is incredibad.
It's just telling you if the player is a good teamate and thinks team first or about me myself and I.

lol you cant be serious.
Lundqvist is nominated for the Hart trophy and is being the difference between a win and a lost in the playoffs.
Quick recorded a better season than Price ever did in his young NHL career and is currently dominating teams. If Price had his stats, he wouldnt be called Jesus but the father of God.

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