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61Jay Bouwmeester rights for a 3rd rounder - Page 5 Empty Re: Jay Bouwmeester rights for a 3rd rounder on Thu Jun 25, 2009 9:20 pm

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shabbs wrote:With such a huge contract and term... how did Heatley manage to also get a NMC...

Interesting that it appears that Spezza only has a full NTC for 1 year. It is limited after that.

62Jay Bouwmeester rights for a 3rd rounder - Page 5 Empty Re: Jay Bouwmeester rights for a 3rd rounder on Thu Jun 25, 2009 10:01 pm

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Where does this ^ come from :KJK:

63Jay Bouwmeester rights for a 3rd rounder - Page 5 Empty Re: Jay Bouwmeester rights for a 3rd rounder on Thu Jun 25, 2009 10:03 pm

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cas wrote:Where does this ^ come from :KJK:
Team 1200. Kicks in July 1st, 2010. Full NTC until 2011, then it is limited.

64Jay Bouwmeester rights for a 3rd rounder - Page 5 Empty Re: Jay Bouwmeester rights for a 3rd rounder on Thu Jun 25, 2009 10:21 pm

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RobbyJ wrote:
cas wrote:Where does this ^ come from :KJK:
Team 1200. Kicks in July 1st, 2010. Full NTC until 2011, then it is limited.

Can't speak to the veracity of the info, but here, it says it's a full NTC:

http://www.nhlscap.com/no_trade.htm#list

65Jay Bouwmeester rights for a 3rd rounder - Page 5 Empty Re: Jay Bouwmeester rights for a 3rd rounder on Fri Jun 26, 2009 12:40 am

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Acrobat wrote:
RobbyJ wrote:
cas wrote:Where does this ^ come from :KJK:
Team 1200. Kicks in July 1st, 2010. Full NTC until 2011, then it is limited.

Can't speak to the veracity of the info, but here, it says it's a full NTC:

http://www.nhlscap.com/no_trade.htm#list

Kuba`s NTC is just one years also, but it`s not mentionned^^.

66Jay Bouwmeester rights for a 3rd rounder - Page 5 Empty Re: Jay Bouwmeester rights for a 3rd rounder on Fri Jun 26, 2009 1:31 am

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http://www.ottawasun.com/sports/hockey/2009/06/25/9938826.html

Sounds like Calgary is the front runner for JBo....gotta also love how bettman has gotten involved with Lecavalier trade rumors.

67Jay Bouwmeester rights for a 3rd rounder - Page 5 Empty Re: Jay Bouwmeester rights for a 3rd rounder on Fri Jun 26, 2009 2:46 am

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koules and barrie have left bettman no real choice but to get involved with their bickering

68Jay Bouwmeester rights for a 3rd rounder - Page 5 Empty Re: Jay Bouwmeester rights for a 3rd rounder on Fri Jun 26, 2009 6:30 am

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Hockeyhero22000 wrote:koules and barrie have left bettman no real choice but to get involved with their bickering

So...no chance TB makes a pitch for Jay, eh. Wink

69Jay Bouwmeester rights for a 3rd rounder - Page 5 Empty Re: Jay Bouwmeester rights for a 3rd rounder on Fri Jun 26, 2009 6:53 am

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Hockeyhero22000 wrote:koules and barrie have left bettman no real choice but to get involved with their bickering

according to what I heard on TSN those two have nothing to say in the matter, Brian Lawton has assumed control of anything personnel related when it comes to the Lightning.

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MurderOnIce wrote:Yeah, Heatley was the highest paid (1 year) forward in the league this year @ $10M... 366 day grand total of $14M! So I guess best doesn't necessarily = highest paid.

Yeah, like I said...it's all about supply and demand.

BTW, when fans grouse about how the Rangers supposedly 'overpay' their UFAs, they forget that Sather has to pay extra, (1) to get the players to come to a very tough hockey market (2) because the cost of living in NYC is astronomical.


This is a ridiculous argument with regard to hockey players. I agree 100% that for the average person earning a salary, NYC is extremely expensive and businesses have to pay a higher salary to bring people in, but we are talking about multi-millionaire hockey players!!! The lowest paid guys on the team are still making around $0.5 million. Anyone can easily live off that, even if they live a more luxurious lifestyle. But no one criticizes Sather for those signings, it's the Redden, Gomez, and Drury signings where people find fault. Do you really think those three couldn't live a reasonable lifestyle in NYC if they made $1 million less than they do now or that they wouldn't consider playing in such an expensive city if they were only making a mere $5 million?

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