2010-2011 Anaheim Ducks
PLAYER BONUS CAP HIT
Alexander Frolov — $6,000,000
Corey Perry — $5,325,000
Ryan Getzlaf — $5,325,000
Bobby Ryan — $5,102,000
Teemu Selanne — $2,625,000
Jack Skille — $1,250,000
Tomas Kopecky — $1,200,000
Todd Marchant — $1,125,000
Petteri Nokelainen — $950,000
Oscar Moller — $875,000
George Parros — $875,000
Dan Sexton ($175,000) $750,000
Kyle Chipchura — $700,000
Matt Beleskey ($80,000) $666,666
Dan Hamhuis — $5,000,000
Ryan Whitney — $4,000,000
Brent Burns — $3,550,000
James Wisniewski — $2,750,000
Brent Sopel — $2,333,000
Steve Eminger — $1,125,000
Brett Festerling — $525,000
Jonas Hiller — $4,000,000
Vesa Toskala — $1,400,000
LOST VIA REENTRY WAIVERS
ROSTER SIZE 22
SALARY CAP $58,800,000
CAP SPACE $7,603,334
2010 2011 ANAHEIM DUCKS
Corey Perry ($5.325m) / Ryan Getzlaf ($5.325m) / Bobby Ryan ($5.102m) Alexander Frolov ($6.000m) / Oscar Moller ($0.875m) / Teemu Selanne ($2.625m) Tomas Kopecky ($1.200m) / Petteri Nokelainen ($0.950m) / Jack Skille ($1.250m)
George Parros ($0.875m) / Todd Marchant ($1.125m) /Kyle Chipchura ($0.700m) X Matt Beleskey ($0.667m), Dan Sexton ($0.750m)
DEFENSEMEN Dan Hamhuis ($5.000m) / Ryan Whitney ($4.000m) Brent Burns ($3.550m) / James Wisniewski ($2.750m) Brent Sopel ($2.333m) / Steve Eminger ($1.125m)
Brett Festerling ($0.525m)
Jonas Hiller ($4.000m) Vesa Toskala ($1.400)
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We feel that we have turned this team around and now we have a young contender. Our D is much younger and mobile with the acquisitions of defenceman Brent Burns, Dan Hamhuis and Brent Sopel. Our Forwards are pretty much the same but a little younger with Oscar Moller and Jack Skille and we feel we have a pretty dynamic group that will put the puck in the back of the net. We were sad to see Gigeure go but it was what was best for the team and we feel very confident that Hiller will get the job done. we are pretty much done for the offseason but I will listen to offers and we are waiting on a couple players to respond.
Last edited by Barbadian91: 01-25-2010 at 07:03 PM.
The Flames are set for the 2010-11 season and will ice what many believe is among the best top-6 in the NHL.
In are center Brad Richards, Jason Pominville, and Maxim Afinogenov who will skate with holdovers Jarome Iginla, Olli Jokinen and Rene Bourque. Jussi Jokinen also joins the talented forward group and will compete for top-six minutes.
The 2009-10 season was a disappointing one for the Flames, as the offense failed miserably to put up points.
Daymond Langkow - $1,500,000(4 more seasons)
Sean Avery — $1,937,500 (last season)
ROSTER SIZE 22
SALARY CAP $58,000,000
CAP SPACE $405,668
Dallas has a top 6 with size and speed and can rival any team in the NHL. The bottom 6 has the right amount of veteran presence, skill and grit. Thornton fills the role of enforcer that can play a regular shift on the 4th line and contribute a little bit offensively.
Dallas' defence is by far improved. The top pairing of Phaneuf and Greene can dent the boards with the opposition and Dion can definately rack up the points. The 2nd pairing is a great shut down pair and should produce well angainst the secondary lines. The 3rd pairing will flourish against 2nd-3rd lines of the west. Both Daley and Carle make a good 1st pass and can handle physical play. And Woywitka provides an inexpensive 7th dman with experience.
Dallas' goaltending has improved as well. Turco will return for 2 more seasons to play 45-50 games a year (a lighter workload can only help him regain his old form) and to tutor the next franchise goaltender, Bernier. Bernier will be ready for 30-35 games his 1st season and should be fighting for the no.1 position right out of the gates.
Most of the team is signed to long term contracts and most are under the age of 26. So this team should be together for many more years.
The Lankow buyout handcuffs us somewhat but that was the price to pay for Phaneuf and Backlund.