Rask Contract

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    In response to red75's comment:

    I was trying to find comparables but no goalie of similar skill has been signed since the new CBA.




    Price is close enough but hasn't had the same success as Rask and to me has under achieved.

    His Caphit is 6.5M for 6 years.  I'm going with something close to this but not below 6M.

    @Crowls LOL ... LIL-NAS

     
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    quick won the cup the year before becoming a pending RFA, having been a starter for 4 seasons (he even played 72 games in one season) and got a 10 year 58 million dollar deal. Problem is there is no way to tell how the cap going down will effect these negotiations




    Problem with Quick as a benchmark is he signed prior to the new eight-year limit for re-signing that Rask will be under. Shorter term may mean a higher per annum cap hit.

     
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    Rask is an elite goaltender.  He will be paid elite goaltender money.  He took the one year deal to prove his skills.  I'd say he has.



    I totally agree with u, if he had signed a multi-year contract before this season he would be underpaid. now that he prove what he can do he will have much more money, not signing a big deal last year was smart Tuukka.

     
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    In response to bostonfan191646's comment:

     

    quick won the cup the year before becoming a pending RFA, having been a starter for 4 seasons (he even played 72 games in one season) and got a 10 year 58 million dollar deal. Problem is there is no way to tell how the cap going down will effect these negotiations

     




    Problem with Quick as a benchmark is he signed prior to the new eight-year limit for re-signing that Rask will be under. Shorter term may mean a higher per annum cap hit.

     




    Great point Red.

     
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    Is Bill Zito still Rask's agent ? Thought I read that he had both Rask and Timmy. If so NAS could be right on the money.

     
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    quick won the cup the year before becoming a pending RFA, having been a starter for 4 seasons (he even played 72 games in one season) and got a 10 year 58 million dollar deal. Problem is there is no way to tell how the cap going down will effect these negotiations




    In addition to what Red pointed out, I also want to remind people of Alexander Semin.  Five years, $35M.  I don't think the cap going down is going to reduce salaries handed out much.

     
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    In addition to what Red pointed out, I also want to remind people of Alexander Semin.  Five years, $35M.  I don't think the cap going down is going to reduce salaries handed out much.

     



    Top guys will still get paid.  I don't think you'll see third liners making what Peverley and Kelly are making.  They'll feel the sting the most. (I THINK)

     
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    he hasn't played more than 45 games in an NHL season yet. He has been fantastic and I have every faith in him, but I don't think he's going to get paid as a top 5 goaltender until he has a full season under his belt. If I were him, I'd want to sign for 1-2 years at around 5-5.5 mill

     

     




    Yep, no way they give him much more than TT made.


    5-5.5 is where it will be. I could see him taking 4.75, if the cap has anything to do with it.

     
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    Tukka's  value keeps going up by each game the Bruins win in the playoffs....

    if Howard signed for $6M per than Tukka is pretty assured of getting that type of coin....$6M-5years/ $30 M sounds about right....

     
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    I don't see him signing for 5-6 years. 

    3 yr deal @ $6 million.

    He'll view signing for "Howard" money as giving a hometown discount.

    With Bark and Krug proving themselves, Bs can get a cheap replacement for Ference. Call up Spooner, resign Horton for cheap ($2-3 mil), done. Bs are set up well.

     

     
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