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[Report] Sedins want to re-sign after 2014

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Not surprised. Maybe go with a 2 or 3 year deal at 3 or 4 million per, depending on where their games are at that point.

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Not surprised. Van city is their home and they love it just as much as we love them. I'm curious as to what kind of deal they'll end up getting.

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Absolutely yes. Not at 6 million per, but I can see them being effective players into their late 30s...

...I'd do two or three years...

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They'll continue to be impact players, and on top of that help teach our young players.

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Depends on how here doin then for how much we are paying but I'd say 3 years 5 or 6 mil

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This will be one of the easiest contract negotiations ever.

I would give them 5-6 Million for 2 or 3 years. Then re-evaluate after that.

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These guys can easily play until they are 38-39 years of age. They will still be elite players, sign them 3 years 5 per. That gives us 4 years to get Guance, Jansen, Schroeder, Kassian and any other young p,ayers time to develop. This is great news.

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Good to hear. I'd say 2-4 years at $5-6M per year seems fine.

I'd expect them to stay 1st liners for a while yet. Maybe if they stay 'til their late 30s or 40s, they'll be solid 2nd liners for some secondary scoring.

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Depends where their games are at, but I'd say 5M a season. You don't see this kind of loyalty that often anymore

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Sign them for another 3 years, I'm sure they'll be still effective and they can mentor the younger guys taking over.

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They'll do it, and they'll do it at a price that will give some breathing room salary-cap wise so the team can be successful. That's what their rationale was behind signing the previous deal at 6 million per. These guys are a class act and they'll show it again with the next contract they're going to sign with us.

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Daniel and Henrik, combined, should deliver 120 points per year from 2014-2015 onward for another three years. By current standards, that should be equivalent to one player (say Sidney Crosby) making $8.7 million per year (notwithstanding the old CBA rule stating that one player cannot represent more than 20% of max cap).

So, I would say Daniel and Henrik would warrant a minimum $4.5mm to $5.0mm per year for three years -- front loaded so that they are paid at $7.0mm in year 1, $6.0mm in the second year and $2.0mm in the third year (or whatever ratio is allowed in the new CBA).

Presuming they both produce at a 60 point per year from 2014 to 2018, I would say they will play mainly secondary roles, pinch hitting as go-to guys on occasion. That is my best guess.

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