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07-12-2006, 10:10 AM
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Aebischer signed (confirmed by RDS)

On NHLPA.com, it looks as if Aebischer has been signed for $1.9 mil (he accepted his QO).

Don't know if it's been posted yet, but I didn't see it anywhere.

http://nhlpa.com/WebStats/PlayerBiography.asp?ID=6559

http://rds.ca/canadien/chroniques/208382.html


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I don't think so

not in here:

http://www.rds.ca/hockey/ete/ete2006...aturesRFA.html

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I don't think so, too... but it's not clear for me... What really happen with Aebischer? Please, info...

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I believe it. For all the other RFA's like Ryder, they are still listed as "unsigned"

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RDS list is not updated all time

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NHLPA site has alot of signings before they are reported in the media. They had Poti in NYI days before it was officially released.

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Didn't Aebischer sign the same day Huet did? I thought I had read that already.

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they were close... but no deal was done... i guess now he signed.

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THe NHLPA sight has Begin at 650k$ per year...

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Oops!!! He had 1.9 under his old contract. Assuming he gets the 10% increase, 1.9 is old news. NHLPA website=bad.

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THe NHLPA sight has Begin at 650k$ per year...
Yes U are right.... and it's says Compensation it's not only for the RFA?

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he have until July 15th to accept the qualifying offer...

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Oops!!! He had 1.9 under his old contract. Assuming he gets the 10% increase, 1.9 is old news. NHLPA website=bad.
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NHLPA website=good

CBA 101-Qualifying Offers


How will qualifying offers work?

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Players earning $660,000 or less will be entitled to qualifying offers (QO) at 110% of their prior year's salary; players earning more than $660,000 and up to $1 million will be entitled to QOs at 105% of prior year's salary; players earning more than $1 million will be entitled to QO at 100% of their prior year's salary
http://www.nhl.com/nhlhq/cba/index.html

Aebischer's QO was $1.9 million.If NHLPA.com says he is signed,take it to the bank

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I coulda Swore Gainey offered a 10% raise across the board

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This is great news. We'll have a great tandem of goalies once the season starts. At worse, one can pickup the other's slack if one of our goalies pulls a Theo. Although, it's possible that both pull a theo but that's unlikely (crosses fingers)

Thirdly, this makes trading him a little easier if it's in the plans of Bobby.

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and then explain Begin?
that number is there for a while, it would have been the option year that the Habs didn't use, I guess they just forgot to change it,

Ferland & Cote should have signed their QO and those number on nhlpa.com are not good

Ferland QO would have been $524,260 & Cote $536,800

I don't really see why they would have signed for less then that

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THe NHLPA sight has Begin at 650k$ per year...
Apparently that's still Begin's salary for this upcoming season. It was his team option they picked up when they announced he was signed for 3 years. He will then make ~1.3 M in 07-08 and 08-09 as part of his new contract. His cap hit will be ~1 M for the next 3 seasons since the its the average of the contract that counts on the cap.

NHLPA is good, they had Higgins' signing on Sunday before anyone else. I trust them that this Aeby info is correct.

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Will this info mean aebi is delt soon?

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I hope so!

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Apparently that's still Begin's salary for this upcoming season. It was his team option they picked up when they announced he was signed for 3 years. He will then make ~1.3 M in 07-08 and 08-09 as part of his new contract. His cap hit will be ~1 M for the next 3 seasons since the its the average of the contract that counts on the cap.

NHLPA is good, they had Higgins' signing on Sunday before anyone else. I trust them that this Aeby info is correct.
I'm pretty sure they didn't use the option year and just sign a new contract

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Ferland & Cote should have signed their QO and those number on nhlpa.com are not good

Ferland QO would have been $524,260 & Cote $536,800

I don't really see why they would have signed for less then that
Maybe they took less money to get a 1 way deal, instead of more money and a two way deal?

450 for a year is more then 60k in hamilton plus the 6 thousand or so a game in Montreal the 500k gets you, especially if they only stay a few weeks with the big club...probably the same reason Higgins signed a cheaper deal too.

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Apparently that's still Begin's salary for this upcoming season. It was his team option they picked up when they announced he was signed for 3 years. He will then make ~1.3 M in 07-08 and 08-09 as part of his new contract. His cap hit will be ~1 M for the next 3 seasons since the its the average of the contract that counts on the cap.

NHLPA is good, they had Higgins' signing on Sunday before anyone else. I trust them that this Aeby info is correct.
I thought that contract extensions didn't count as part of a cap hit until they come into effect. Which would mean the cap hit is 650k$ this year and 1.3m the next two.

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I'm pretty sure they didn't use the option year and just sign a new contract
Well it's not like really matters since his cap hit will be around a million regardless, but the day it happened CKAC said that's what Begin and the Habs did. Picked up the VERY cheap final year of his previous contract and then gave him the higher salary the next 2.

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I thought that contract extensions didn't count as part of a cap hit until they come into effect. Which would mean the cap hit is 650k$ this year and 1.3m the next two.
The CBA is complicated, but I am pretty sure his cap hit is 1 M this year. Every source has it that way.

TSN has Begin's salary at 646 K FWIW:

http://tsn.ca/nhl/feature/?fid=2710&hubname=

Also Cote is at 495 K.

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Well it's not like really matters since his cap hit will be around a million regardless, but the day it happened CKAC said that's what Begin and the Habs did. Picked up the VERY cheap final year of his previous contract and then gave him the higher salary the next 2.



The CBA is complicated, but I am pretty sure his cap hit is 1 M this year. Every source has it that way.

TSN has Begin's salary at 646 K FWIW:

http://tsn.ca/nhl/feature/?fid=2710&hubname=

Also Cote is at 495 K.
I just used the other posters numbers. The hit would be 1m+ if it was a new 3 year deal, but as far as I know the cap hit would only be 646k if it's his option year then 1.3 the next two .

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I just used the other posters numbers. The hit would be 1m+ if it was a new 3 year deal, but as far as I know the cap hit would only be 646k if it's his option year then 1.3 the next two .
well, if they taked the option year,it might be the cap hit of this year and last year

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