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[Report] Canucks File 'Cutdown' Arbitration With Raymond

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as per darren dreger

@DarrenDreger: Canucks file "cutdown" arbitration on Mason Raymond. Q.O is $2.6 million. Salary can't drop more than to $2.21 million if Van wins arb case.

interesting, even at 2.21mil i dont think raymond can fill the goods. wonder what gillis's gameplan is with this one.

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The GM is rockin' an rollin'.....things are happenin'...stay tuned..............

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The Vancouver Canucks filed 'cutdown' arbitration with forward Mason Raymond on Wednesday, instead of making a qualifying offer.

Last season, Raymond made $2.6 million and the arbitrator may not award a salary less than 85% of that amount or $2.21 million.

It's a Club Elected Salary Arbitration for players who were making more than $1.5 million per season.

Last season, Raymond had 10 goals and 10 assists for 20 points in 55 games.

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Raymond is not worth more than Burrows...then again Burrows is worth alot more than the 2mil he's making

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Raymond is not worth more than Burrows...then again Burrows is worth alot more than the 2mil he's making

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honestly i like raymond and hope the best for him

but thats way to much to pay for a guy whos basically 2nd line or bust

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At less any less than the qualifying offer, it isn't really a bad deal for the money.

There would be a few team who might want Raymond signed at that price.

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WHY ARE YOU YELLING... ALSO THERE IS ALREADY ANOTHER THREAD ON IT..

THANK YOU,

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Just trade/cut/minors/waive the damn guy in December if he can't find his groove by then, that's if he ever had one...

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WHY ARE YOU YELLING... ALSO THERE IS ALREADY ANOTHER THREAD ON IT..

THANK YOU,

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if the canucks take him to arbitration can he be traded? or is the no-trade for a year with offersheets only? - also where do they get the 2.21 mil? can he only get a 15% paycut? (what a stupid rule if so)

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As you mentioned, this has more to do with Burrows only making about half of what he would earn on the open market.

Raymond would probably fetch 2-3 mil if he was a UFA.

Smart move by MG, if they win the case he will have a better bargaining chip to trade, and less of a risk if they keep him.

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Just trade/cut/minors/waive the damn guy in December if he can't find his groove by then, that's if he ever had one...

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