if Getzlaf plays a full-season and scores 22+G & 55-60A, i'd guess between 6.5-7.2mil. if Perry can hit 40G & 34-42A, i'd guess 7.5-8 depends on his assist count, if he can get in the 40s, perhaps close to 50, along with 40g or close to it, then about 8ish, either way i think perry makes 7.5 or slightly more, and getzlaf can make upper 6 to lower 7mil. ducks are my 2nd favorite team and i really hope they can extend them long term.
At what point, is your gm expected to start extension talks?
I remember reading how unhappy they were about the gm's threat to make trades.I'm guessing their first choice is to remain in Anaheim and get some sort of NTC in their new deals.
Wrong. Perry never talks to the media so that right there is ********, and all Getzlaf said is if someone got traded that it would be their fault for thier play. That it rested on them to pick it up.
Originally Posted by IBLEAF
u hit the nail right on the head there,except burkie's boys are coming home to t.o
Except neither have any connection with Toronto outside of Hockey
Originally Posted by fsanford
Guess will see, if he has another bad year would the Ducks pay him over 6 million?
Yes. Considering Grabovski, zero PPG seasons and his career high is close to Getzlaf's career low, got 5.5 then I have no problem with it.
Originally Posted by KINGS17
Then Getzlaf should be prepared to take a lot less money than he can get as a UFA, because his performance over the last 3 seasons doesn't warrant a big raise from the Ducks.
Ya on pace for 93 points last year and suffered 2 freak injuries those years.... He has sucked, you are right.
Originally Posted by RyanCallahan24
Don't like Getzlaf at all. His point totals are inconsistent. And he seems lazy/arrogant. He was out partying every 2nd day at the Worlds. I know you guys don't consider it to be the biggest tournament but still. If you can't be professional with ur national team I don't want u on my NHL team.
Getzlaf is a great player but I dunno. Arrogant and lazy IMO. Would much rather have Perry than him.
I would be willing to bet that you are basing this all on a quote from a tabloid where a bunch of drunk guys in a bar said that Getzlaf said he would beat them up.
Getzlaf is not arrogant and I think it is so funny that you think he is.
The only thing potentially stopping Getzlaf and Perry from getting $100m each as UFAs, like Parise & Suter did, is date that which their current contracts expire. If they had become free agents this offseason, there would be no doubt in my mind about that dollar amount.
With the new CBA coming, who knows how lifetime contracts will be impacted. That's why it would be best for them to avoid the risk and sign an extension this offseason. If they don't sign by the end of Aug, ANA should trade them ASAP, before teams set their rosters for the coming season. The alternative is getting strung along, and then ending up having to take prospects and picks as the main pieces in TDL deals.
The uncertainty with regard to Getzlaf and Perry should prevent a trade of Bobby Ryan until that risk is eliminated, IMO.
Depends massively on the limitations of the new CBA. What would they get today?
Getzlaf: 13 years, 87M, frontloaded with a cap hit of around 6.7M
Perry: 13 years, 95M, frontloaded with a cap hit of around 7.3M
If the new CBA limits years to say 8, then i imagine they'd get something around:
Getzlaf: 8 years, 55.2M, with a cap hit of around 6.9M
Perry: 8 years, 60M, with a cap hit of around 7.5M
I don't think either warrant a cap hit of over 8M, but they are both UFA's to be and given what recently happened to my team with Parise they could absolutely get it on the FA market. If both want to stay in Anaheim, i expect they'll get around the cap hits that i listed; the real money just depends on how significantly the upcoming CBA changes back loaded contracts and limits years.
If contracts that take you up to 40 are still allowed, they'll both get more money up front with some cheap years from 37-40 tacked on the back. Honestly though, i doubt they'll still be permitted, which is absolutely GREAT news for Anaheim fans given that they're a budget team with internal salary restraints. Limiting the frankly ridiculous front loading of lifetime contracts will make keeping both Perry and Getzlaf significantly easier for the Ducks without them having to pay 20M+ a year between the two of them for however many years at the start of their new contracts. That would be awfully prohibitive for the franchise and make it harder to keep their roster competitive.
Ultimately it depends on whether both want to stay in Anaheim or not, i don't know if either will test UFA or not; but i imagine the Ducks front office will do everything in their power to keep them around.
If I were their agents, I'd be telling them to get the biggest deals they can now, because there's no clue what the CBA is going to look like in the future. On the other hand, I could see why the players might have some questions about committing long term.
I would imagine any new CBA is going to be extremely important to Anaheim because they can't afford/don't have an owner who is currently willing to spend to the cap max. They were what, around $10 mil below the ceiling last season. If the cap ceiling isn't lowered some, I think that does become an issue for Getzlaf and Perry. It is hard to build a complete roster if you're not spending near the cap ceiling.
Do Ducks fans worry about the makeup of their roster impacting Getzlaf and Perry's decisions on whether or not to re-sign? Teemu isn't going to be around forever, same goes for Koivu. If they retire after this season, what do the Ducks do for a 2nd line? Do you think that a group of forwards that could very well be made up of largely unproven players impact their decision.