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    Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin

    Are you trying to be stupid or does it come naturally..???  Sequin is going anywhere...and you will be the one to BEG to keep him when his contract is up..
     
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    Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin

    No way should the Bruins resign Kaberle.The guy played 9 minutes in game seven and is asking 4 million plus. Definitely not worth it in my mind. I like Chirallellis approach.
     
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    Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin

    Nonsense. Seguin is on an entry-level 2-way contract. His qoted cap hit of 3.55m includes the entry level bonus number which the max number he can hit. His basic salary is 900k. If he spends the year in Providence he gets $67,500.

    Around half of the difference is will be in performance bonus such as games played, goals, assists and so on. The rest of it would be for winning league wide awards such as Conn Smythe and so on.

    If he ever hits max bonus then it will probably be because Boston had a great year and he turned into a superstar (see Toews a couple seasons ago).

    http://capgeek.com/players/display.php?id=1862
     
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    Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin

    In Response to Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin:
    [QUOTE]So am I mistaken that Seguin's cap hit is a solid $3.55 mil.?  I see no evidence to the contrary in what you showed me.
    Posted by mattc355[/QUOTE]

    Yes. Seguin is at $900,000 for the cap. See below - max entry level deal. The bonuses are then factored in afterwards. If Seguin hits all of his bonuses and the Bs do not account for it, the salary cap for next year will be reduced by the unaccounted bonus amount. "A team can exceed the cap by 7.5% to pay bonuses, but its salary cap for the following season will be reduced by the excessive amount."
    http://proicehockey.about.com/od/learnthegame/a/nhl_salary_cap.htm

    Sending Seguin to Providence to save cap room is..............well, it's just dumb. The Bs have plenty of cap room to work with even with extending Krejic, Tukka, and McQuaid (who should have a very small cap hit - can conservatively say that above $1.5 mil he's overpaid).  
     
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    Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin

    Providence ? Nope. Plymouth ? This would be the destination if not in Boston . Boston ? After a year of up and down play he stays here to play with and against better players. He has also started his entry level contract which does the Bruins no good if he's playing elsewhere. He is the future of the Bruins. 
     
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    Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin

    When this kid is a captain in 3 years Im gonna forget about all this hooey about sending him down. All you have to look at is Stamkos and his devolpment and that's what Seguin will be like. Stamkos was ok his first year. Learned the game bulked up and was a major contributor his second year then this year obviously the best scorer in the game. Maybe Seguin wont light it up like this but him and Bergeron are capts for a long time
     
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    Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin

    The B's should keep the majority of their players. However, there's lots of cap space now and they need to upgrade with it. They have a couiple of roster spots. They are overthinking this year just as they duid just before the lockout, trying to predict what will happen. While most of the other teams (Philly, Buffalo, etc.) are thinking "get better" the B's seem to be thinking "stay the same". That's what ruined many cup winners. They need to after the top notch additions they can afford.
     
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    Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin

    In Response to Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin : He might be a captain in 3 years.  That has nothing to do with sending him down while he is on his entry level contract.  If he is that good he will be that good whether we send him down or not.
    Posted by mattc355[/QUOTE]

    What do you suggest the Bruins do with the roster spot (as sending Seguin down would not free up much cap space)? You think there is a better reasonable free agent signing out there? If the Bruins resign Krejic or Tukka, the contract doesn't start until the current one is done - a big extension would have no impact on 2011-12 salary cap hits.

    I'm failing to see why you still want to see Seguin sent down given that a) it will provide no cap relief and b) there is not a better player on the market or in the farm that has better skill.
     
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    Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin

    In Response to Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin:
    [QUOTE]So am I mistaken that Seguin's cap hit is a solid $3.55 mil.?  I see no evidence to the contrary in what you showed me.
    Posted by mattc355[/QUOTE]
    http://www.capgeek.com/players/display.php?id=1862
     
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    Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin

    In Response to Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin:
    [QUOTE]So am I mistaken that Seguin's cap hit is a solid $3.55 mil.?  I see no evidence to the contrary in what you showed me.
    Posted by mattc355[/QUOTE]
    FYI, what the others have posted is normally true.  However, this is one of those years where the the CBA is set to expire and has not yet been extended.  As a result there is no bonus cushion and bonuses count directly against the cap until they are ruled unattainable.
     
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    Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin

    Sending him down is like putting a honor student that already graduated back into the 9th grade. It's dumb no matter what the $ is.
     
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    Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin

    With the devolvement of Seguin, Caron, Spooner, Sauve, Kampfer, Bartkowski, Alexandrov and Hamilton some veterans like Ference, Boychuk, Thomas, Kelly, Thornton etc. just might be shown the door. Cap casualty, the younger players contracts can be controlled because of the 5 year RFA in the beginning of a NHL career it's called attrition.
     
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    Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin

    congrats......this is the single stupidest idea i have ever heard on this board. and that is pretty impressive
     
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    Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin

    In Response to Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin:
    [QUOTE]congrats......this is the single stupidest idea i have ever heard on this board. and that is pretty impressive
    Posted by thedauber1[/QUOTE]
    So let's be clear about this Dauber.......so you DON"T like the idea?
     
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    Re: Here's a Salary to Jettison: Tyler Seguin

    lulz
     

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