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Hejduk awarded $5.7 million

This probably affects what Palffy should be asking for. Although I feel Palffy is a better player, they are similar in terms of offensive scoring. Palffy should have taken the Kings' offer!

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If NHL arbitration is anything lke MLB arbitration, it is an all or nothing decision - either the player is awared what he wanted or he is awarded what the team was offering (no in betweens). Does anyone know if this is what Hejduk was requesting or what they was offering?

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If NHL arbitration is anything lke MLB arbitration, it is an all or nothing decision - either the player is awared what he wanted or he is awarded what the team was offering (no in betweens). Does anyone know if this is what Hejduk was requesting or what they was offering?
It's not an all or nothing decision...from the Fedotenko decision as reported by TSN..

"Tampa Bay Lightning forward Ruslan Fedotenko came up short in his salary arbitration, as he was awarded a one-year, $1.5 million US contract on Wednesday.
Fedotenko was seeking a $1.775 million US deal, while the Lightning sought a one-year deal for $1.15 million."


link: http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/news_story.asp?ID=93673

Better part of that story:

"I don't know what kind of impact or role the player's association plays in the process, but for whatever reason settlements are not easy to achieve this year and I'm not sure why this is," Lightning general manager Jay Feaster told the Tampa Tribune."

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Well, takes care of that.

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