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03-30-2013, 01:58 PM
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Markstroms new contract will be??

Being a RFA, what do you guys think he'll get? Has there been any rumblings with regards to signing him?

He will also will not be considered a rookie next year...correct?

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No rumblings, but if he keeps playing this strong to finish out the season, I'd expect he'll get a 1-way in the neighborhood of 2M for 2-3 years. A short contract so he can continue to prove himself, and cash in big on his next contract.

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2 years 2.5 million 1-way, 1.25 million per year.

He'll get his big money on the contract after that one.

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2 years 2.5 million 1-way, 1.25 million per year.

He'll get his big money on the contract after that one.
I agree, Just like Rask's contract.

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2, 2.5 mil per for 2 yrs.

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I agree, Just like Rask's contract.
Exactly what I thought too.

Rask signed that deal in November 2009, back then he was still unproven and just had started to edge Thomas on who's number 1.

IMO the money won't be that big of a difference maker for Markie, but that he gets a 1-way contract, which he's bound to get.

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$2.5 million seems kinda high doesn't it? Idk

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2 years 2.5 million 1-way, 1.25 million per year.

He'll get his big money on the contract after that one.
you think he'd sign that? less then what clemmer gets paid?

wouldn't he likely then just go out the next yr?

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you think he'd sign that? less then what clemmer gets paid?

wouldn't he likely then just go out the next yr?
RFA vs UFA, young vs veteran, etc. There's a lot of angles you have to cover when you compare the two.

That's what I'm hoping he'll sign for, wouldn't be surprised to see him get up to 2 million thou. Like I already said, IMO getting a 1-way deal will be more important to Markstrom than the money/term.

I'm more hoping for a short term deal, 2 years would be excellent. Unless Tallon can magic some sort of 2.5 per for 5 years, that would be fine too.

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RFA vs UFA, young vs veteran, etc. There's a lot of angles you have to cover when you compare the two.

That's what I'm hoping he'll sign for, wouldn't be surprised to see him get up to 2 million thou. Like I already said, IMO getting a 1-way deal will be more important to Markstrom than the money/term.

I'm more hoping for a short term deal, 2 years would be excellent. Unless Tallon can magic some sort of 2.5 per for 5 years, that would be fine too.
good with all that. just gettr done!!!!! no room to fail here.

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Being a RFA, what do you guys think he'll get? Has there been any rumblings with regards to signing him?

He will also will not be considered a rookie next year...correct?
I don't think he can be considered as rookie, he played 8 games with Panthers in last two seasons (1+7), during this season he has played already 12 games plus he has played some 70 games in minors.


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Thanks guys, so what will your goalie situation look like next year? Will Markstrom be considered the starter? He's playing like he deserves it.

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2 years 2.5 million 1-way, 1.25 million per year.

He'll get his big money on the contract after that one.
I can't say I agree Markstrom will sign for less money than his ELC ($1.3 million).

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2, 2.5 mil per for 2 yrs.
This is more what I'm thinking he will get. 2 yr deal @ $4 -$5million dollar deal.

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I can't say I agree Markstrom will sign for less money than his ELC ($1.3 million).
Not really less, since 425k of that 1.3 million is performance bonuses, which Markie is unlikely to reach since he hasn't played that much in the NHL. His base salary is just 875k per year.

Rask had a ELC that carried a 3.2 million caphit with 2.35 million in performance bonuses and 850k in base salary, and he signed a two year 1.25 million per year deal after that one.

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Not really less, since 425k of that 1.3 million is performance bonuses, which Markie is unlikely to reach since he hasn't played that much in the NHL. His base salary is just 875k per year.

Rask had a ELC that carried a 3.2 million caphit with 2.35 million in performance bonuses and 850k in base salary, and he signed a two year 1.25 million per year deal after that one.
Ya and then he signed the current 1 year - $3.5million deal he has now. He's going to cash in big time if Bruins do well in the playoffs.

I just want the Markstrom, Matthias and Mueller deals signed sooner than later. A difference of $1-2 million dollars spent on Markstrom for 1-2 years wouldn't make me lose any sleep at night. The 3rd NHL contract Markstrom signs will be an eye catcher as long as he plays the way we know he can.

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We've babied the crap out of him.... shuttled him back and forth like cheap luggage...hes come up and salvaged a nightmare season into some enjoyable games.

Hes the parchment the blueprint is written on.

Pay the man.



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If he signs a 2 year deal is he sill a RFA after that deal is up?

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1.6 mil/2years.

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Dont worry guys, oilers offersheets for him and it will be higher then 1,25 a year!

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And to think only a week or two ago many of you wanted to trade for Bishop or Bernier or anyone really!

I told you then you don't need anyone else!

Smart move would be to lock him up long-term if he is ok with that. He is developing a lot faster than many goalies. Price for example is 25 and only now starting to become a great goalie. Markstrom is 23 and has a better save percentage than Price, while playing on a much worse team.

So if u only give him a 1 or 2 year deal, he is going to cost a lot more after that. It also depends on what he wants of course.

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And to think only a week or two ago many of you wanted to trade for Bishop or Bernier or anyone really!

I told you then you don't need anyone else!

Smart move would be to lock him up long-term if he is ok with that. He is developing a lot faster than many goalies. Price for example is 25 and only now starting to become a great goalie. Markstrom is 23 and has a better save percentage than Price, while playing on a much worse team.

So if u only give him a 1 or 2 year deal, he is going to cost a lot more after that. It also depends on what he wants of course.
Everyone is well aware of how good Markstrom can be.
Those guys were being discussed as backups for next year and beyond.

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If he signs a 2 year deal is he sill a RFA after that deal is up?
Markstrom is 23 now, 25 if he signs a two-year deal. In the old CBA, rules of RFA were 7 years in the NHL (don't know if AHL counts towards that..?) or reaching the age of 27. If you count in Markstrom's AHL years, he would reach the years and age limit the same year.

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Dont worry guys, oilers offersheets for him and it will be higher then 1,25 a year!
Markstrom has pretty much a guaranteed number 1 job here, why on earth would he leave to play 2nd fiddle to Dubnyk?

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Smart move would be to lock him up long-term if he is ok with that. He is developing a lot faster than many goalies. Price for example is 25 and only now starting to become a great goalie. Markstrom is 23 and has a better save percentage than Price, while playing on a much worse team.
Nope, this would be a mistake. Markstrom needs the trust of Tallon, and a one-way contract with reasonable money will show that. Locking him up to a eternity contract would be a mistake, and too much pressure after just a handful of games.

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So if u only give him a 1 or 2 year deal, he is going to cost a lot more after that. It also depends on what he wants of course.
Markstrom is a RFA with only a small amount of games played, he has very little leverage to play with Tallon.

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