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01-16-2013, 06:23 PM
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does anyone know what the maximum salaries for rookies/entry level players will be for 2013 and beyond?

I can not seem to find it for the life of me.

Thanks.

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does anyone know what the maximum salaries for rookies/entry level players will be for 2013 and beyond?

I can not seem to find it for the life of me.

Thanks.
The NHL/NHLPA CBA term sheet is silent on the matter - just that the existing ELS commitment will be maintained.

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14. Entry Level System
Maintenance of existing Entry Level System commitment (i.e., generally three (3) years). Players will be entitled to negotiate and receive Signing Bonus payments covering their participation in a “partial” first season of a multi-year ELS SPC.
I would read this as either i) the current ELS salary & bonus limits are retained or ii) they are still negotiating the issue - more likely the latter.

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need to bring this back up again.

Any idea on what happens with rookie Salary next year? Will players like Nugent-Hopkins & Yakupov salary?

Will it be 3,775,000 ?? or 925,000??

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need to bring this back up again.

Any idea on what happens with rookie Salary next year? Will players like Nugent-Hopkins & Yakupov salary?

Will it be 3,775,000 ?? or 925,000??
If they're on existing contracts - no change.

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need to bring this back up again.

Any idea on what happens with rookie Salary next year? Will players like Nugent-Hopkins & Yakupov salary?

Will it be 3,775,000 ?? or 925,000??
Your question is a bit unclear. NH and Yakopov are already under contract. NH will have one year left on his entry level deal at the end of this season and Yakopov will have two years left.

Next year, as this year, both players will earn $925,000 as a base salary with bonuses that could bring their salary as high as $3.775 million.

The new CBA changed that perfomance bonuses could not be used to reach the payroll lower limit. So for the Oilers to reach the minimum payroll, only the $925k would be counted. But the new CBA is already in palce for this season so that's unchanged.

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