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07-08-2007, 08:08 PM
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Salary Cap for Each Team

Just seen some people in here with questions about the cap space available. Here's a website I use to answer my cap questions. Hope it helps ya'll out, that is if ya need it.

http://www.nhlnumbers.com/

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Just seen some people in here with questions about the cap space available. Here's a website I use to answer my cap questions. Hope it helps ya'll out, that is if ya need it.

http://www.nhlnumbers.com/
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Irish Blue's web site has substantially more accurate figures:
http://www.nhlscap.com/

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If I were Poile I'd be talking to Dumont, Legwand, Erat and Suter about longer contracts. That would raise the minimum this year I believe.

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I thought extensions only counted the following year.

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I thought extensions only counted the following year.
your thoughts are correct sir ... that's why Vokoun was traded when he was

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Irish Blue's web site has substantially more accurate figures:
http://www.nhlscap.com/
I like on this nhlscap how it breaks down each and all of the players but 2-way contracts don't count against the cap unless they are called up. So I believe the nhlnumbers is the amount that actually counts agains the cap. Thanks for the site though, I love having more sites to visit during the off season and accurate info when it comes to you team. Kinda helps getting to the puck dropping for preseason.

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I like on this nhlscap how it breaks down each and all of the players but 2-way contracts don't count against the cap unless they are called up. So I believe the nhlnumbers is the amount that actually counts agains the cap. Thanks for the site though, I love having more sites to visit during the off season and accurate info when it comes to you team. Kinda helps getting to the puck dropping for preseason.
2-way contracts count right now for the proportion of days the player was up during the previous season; last season was 187 days long - if a guy on a 2-way contract was up for 43 days, he counts 43/187 of his Averaged Salary from July 1 to the end of training camp. So in that respect, no - nhlnumbers is not correct. That's what you'll see on the "Team Numbers" page on my site - where everyone stands right now.

However ... I've made a slight adjustment and taken a rough guess at the 23-man roster, leaving spaces open either for guys headed for arbitration or where I'm not sure how the last couple of spots will fill out. That's what you'll see on each team's cap numbers page - the estimate of where everyone will be on Opening Night.

And admittedly ... unless you're looking at a set of numbers that come straight from the NHL (which I've never had ... but had something close to it once), everyone's numbers on where teams are wrt to the cap is an estimate, I don't care what they say. I've never even said my numbers were 100% accurate - I've always said they're an estimate.

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your thoughts are correct sir ... that's why Vokoun was traded when he was
Surely you can renegotiate rather than extend though, right?

Mason got a 2 year extension at 3M per year. I would think that they could have renegotiated to give him 3M, 3M, 1M and impacted the cap this year. This is a guess not based on any read of the CBA.

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