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Big signing coming up?

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If Justin Schultz signs here his cap hit will be $3.8 million.

The thing about Schultz is that money will not be the issue here. Every team that makes an offer on him will do so knowing it will have to absorb a $3.8 million salary cap hit next season - $925,000 in base salary and signing bonus, $850,000 in ‘A’ level bonuses (for achievements such as scoring 10 goals, 25 assists, 40 points, 0.49 points per game and others) and $2 million in ‘B’ level bonuses (for elite performance such as finishing among the top 10 defensemen in goals, assists, points or ice time or being a

finalist for the Norris Trophy) – on a two-year deal.

-http://www.thehockeynews.com/articles/47786-Plenty-of-interest-in-pending-UFA-Justin-Schultz.html

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Ekslund isn't reliable at all but I do hope MG picks up Parise, or Suter etc.

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Also forgot about Schultz, don't much about the kid but there's a ton of hype surrounding him.

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The Canucks extented my contract for being a fan of theirs. Terms and amount undisclosed. Looks like I'll retire a Canuck fan

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Simply put they are not renewing contracts of players they feel they are better without and could use an upgrade on. This also lowers the amount of contracts the team currently has which doesn't hurt either. Nothing about thses moves signifies that a big signing is coming.

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Wasn't he also saying something big was going to happen on draft day with Toronto?

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Not extending Gragnani is a questionable decision. Thought he could've been deployed in offensive situations well. His fenwick and corsi numbers were not bad. We played him at the end of last season so he could be an RFA. MG said he qualified him.

So Hodgson trade becomes Hodgson/Sulzer for Kassian. Kassian better turn out well.

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Well something did. They (Toronto) drafted the #1 prospect in the draft (their opinion) with the 5th overall pick.

So Eklund was. . . right?

My god.

Eklund was right!

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3 NHL, count as cap

other ahl, no cap but the bottom line is 6 pro contracts under the alotted 50.= room to dance!

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better to have one upper player than a lot of lesser players eating up cap space. if they weren't going to play anyways...

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cut the junk its time to sign some real depth i hope we can get a couple more lapierre caliber players for offece and a couple of solid dmen

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half of these players played in the minors and didnt count against the cap genious

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I swear if MG lets Salo walk away, I will be utterly disappointed. That will be one real critical mistake.

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I swear if MG lets Salo walk away, I will be utterly disappointed. That will be one real critical mistake.

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Looking forward to what pans out this next 2 weeks. Brace yourself. :lol:

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Couldn't agree more.

Besides my personal bias of Salo being a huge fave, it appears that he is really loved and appreciated by the players and organization.

Im down with another season of silky defence, great first passes, and Salo-bombs making the opposition fearful.

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