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If Luongo Does Not Get Traded And Decides To Retire..is Hi Cap Hit Hit Off The Books.

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If Luongo does not accept to go to any of the trade partners and will probably refuse to come back to Vancouver, if he should decide to stay home and not play until a trade is in effect does his salary still count against the cap?

And what bhappens if he decides to retire instead..Is his salry off the books ..?

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He wont retire

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Retiring at the ripe old age of 33. Sounds legit.

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He's not retiring but, hypothetically speaking, his cap hit would come off the books.

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What the bleep kind of question is that? Nothing better to do than think of silly scenarios to the Luongo Drama. Didn't you know that in the next UFC paperview its Luongo Vs. Schnieder!!! Fight to the death.........

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Hey guys what if Luongo gets abducted by aliens?

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Yeah, like with $40 million plus still owed to him he's going to retire. Another day, another moron.

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If Luongo does not accept to go to any of the trade partners and will probably refuse to come back to Vancouver, if he should decide to stay home and not play until a trade is in effect does his salary still count against the cap?

And what bhappens if he decides to retire instead..Is his salry off the books ..?

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waiting for the answer to your question is a virtue, grasshopper :emot-parrot:

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If a player officially retires, he is no longer under contract. No contract = no cap hit.

Question - Why would Luongo retire?

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He is under contract they will make him work in the salt mines until his obligation is fulfilled.

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I always knew the space monkeys were evil!!!

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He could temporarally retire to cancel the old contract, and re-write a new one with Gillis that is more tradeable. It would be good for him, as he could be moved to the team of his choice, as the teams that would want him now,but are not willing to take him on because of the size and length of that contract, would start bidding for him.

Also it would be good for the Canucks as it would increase the trades we would get back for him.

If it was say four more years at 22 mill., then there would be many takers, and it would place less pressure on Luongo. It would give him a chance to shine again, and play light's out, to earn himself, a new contract after four years.

Good topic, I was going to start one myself about re-negotiating a new contract, as it would be a win-win situation, for all involved.

:frantic:

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He could temporarally retire to cancel the old contract, and re-write a new one with Gillis that is more tradeable. It would be good for him, as he could be moved to the team of his choice, as the teams that would want him now,but are not willing to take him on because of the size and length of that contract, would start bidding for him.

Also it would be good for the Canucks as it would increase the trades we would get back for him.

If it was say four more years at 22 mill., then there would be many takers, and it would place less pressure on Luongo. It would give him a chance to shine again, and play light's out, to earn himself, a new contract after four years.

Good topic, I was going to start one myself about re-negotiating a new contract, as it would be a win-win situation, for all involved.

:frantic:

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