Seguin Contract

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    Seguin Contract

    What will Tyler Seguin's cap hit be?

    I was reading that he might just get exactly what Taylor Hall got, but that has a cap hit of $3,750,000. The B's can't handle that right now.
     
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    It will probably be the same as Hall's contract.  Go to capgeek.com for further understanding on how rookie bonuses affect the salary cap.
     
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    That's where I read about the 3.75 million dollar cap hit.

    http://www.capgeek.com/charts.php?Team=1

     
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    From the FAQ there:

    How did my team end up with a cap penalty?

    When the bonus cushion is in affect, teams can exceed the salary cap in performance bonuses by up to 7.5 percent of the salary cap's upper limit. Should performance bonuses actually earned at season's end push them past the salary cap's upper limit, the excess bonuses earned will be carried over as a penalty to the team's cap payroll the following season.

     
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    In Response to Re: Seguin Contract:
    That's where I read about the 3.75 million dollar cap hit. http://www.capgeek.com/charts.php?Team=1
    Posted by McKodiak5


    correct, but mostly entirely made up of bonus money, we are allowed to exceed the cap by 7.5% in bonus salary, it comes off the cap next season.
    No rookie will ever earn the full 3.75, but ideally you would like to fit that money into the cap space and not be taking money away from next season to pay for next...
     
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    In Response to Re: Seguin Contract:
    In Response to Re: Seguin Contract : correct, but mostly entirely made up of bonus money, we are allowed to exceed the cap by 7.5% in bonus salary, it comes off the cap next season. No rookie will ever earn the full 3.75, but ideally you would like to fit that money into the cap space and not be taking money away from next season to pay for next...
    Posted by rolerhoky19


    The Bruins will have more cap space next year, though.

    The bottom line is, for THIS year, Seguin's cap hit will be $900,000.
     
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    In Response to Re: Seguin Contract : The Bruins will have more cap space next year, though. The bottom line is, for THIS year, Seguin's cap hit will be $900,000.
    Posted by duinne


    It actually depends on what the B's end up spending.  If they spend exactly $59.4, then you're correct.  If they spend less, his cap hit for the year will be higher.
     
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    In Response to Re: Seguin Contract:
    In Response to Re: Seguin Contract : The Bruins will have more cap space next year, though. The bottom line is, for THIS year, Seguin's cap hit will be $900,000.
    Posted by duinne

    So, will his cap hit be 3.75M next year? If so, we'll have roughly $37M devoted to 14 players. Plenty of cap space to sign 6+ players, and this $37M includes TT's $5M cap hit, and it seems like he'll likely be moved between the trading deadline and the start of next year (giving us just $32M on 14 players). So, yes, PLENTY of cap room. PC and Cam will likely hit the FA forward market hard. Also, I hope Bergeron and Chara are re-upped.
     
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    In Response to Re: Seguin Contract:
    In Response to Re: Seguin Contract : So, will his cap hit be 3.75M next year? If so, we'll have roughly $37M devoted to 14 players. Plenty of cap space to sign 6+ players, and this $37M includes TT's $5M cap hit, and it seems like he'll likely be moved between the trading deadline and the start of next year (giving us just $32M on 14 players). So, yes, PLENTY of cap room. PC and Cam will likely hit the FA forward market hard. Also, I hope Bergeron and Chara are re-upped.
    Posted by Hockguy0818


    It depends on what his bonuses are, and whether he reaches them. For example, he'd get X amount for winning the Calder, or scoring 25 goals, making the all-star team or whatever. That's what is being negotiated. 
     
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    In Response to Re: Seguin Contract:
    In Response to Re: Seguin Contract : It depends on what his bonuses are, and whether he reaches them. For example, he'd get X amount for winning the Calder, or scoring 25 goals, making the all-star team or whatever. That's what is being negotiated. 
    Posted by duinne


    Bonus's are all standard, there are you "a" bonuses which are performance bonuses (playing time, goals games etc) capped at 850k possible..

    The second "b" bonuses, are much harder to achieve, outside of calder (which i think is only 250k) the rest are nearly impossible for a rookie to acheive (500k for the selke) 2m for the hart etc.. capped at 2m total..

    Seguin will probably net between 1.2 and 2 m..
     

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