Confirmed Signing with Link: 26 players have filed for Salary Arbitration *Updated with Arbitration schedule *

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  1. serp Registered User

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    26 Players Elect Salary Arbitration

    2020 Salary Arbitration schedule

    October 20
    Andre Mangiapane (CGY) - signed October 16
    Anthony DeAngelo (NYR) - signed October 15
    Matthew Grzelcyk (BOS) - signed October 17

    October 21
    Ilya Mikheyev (TOR) - signed October 20

    October 22
    Connor Brown (OTT) - signed October 22

    October 25
    Tyler Bertuzzi (DET) - awarded $3.5M and signed October 27

    October 26
    Linus Ullmark (BUF) - signed October 25

    October 27
    Sam Reinhart (BUF) - signed October 25

    October 28
    Jake Virtanen (VAN) - signed October 22

    October 30
    Joshua Ho-Sang(NYI) - signed October 27

    October 31
    Devon Toews (COL) - signed October 27
    Alexander Georgiev (NYR) - signed October 15

    November 1
    Nicholas Paul (OTT) - signed October 14

    November 2
    Gustav Forsling (CAR) - signed October 24

    November 4
    Victor Olofsson (BUF)
    Warren Foegele (CAR)

    November 5
    Ryan Strome (NYR)

    November 6
    Brendan Lemieux (NYR)
    Ryan Pulock (NYI)

    November 7
    Christian Jaros (OTT)

    November 8
    Chris Tierney (OTT) - signed October 26
    MacKenzie Weegar (FLA)
    Haydn Fleury (CAR) - signed October 27
     
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    Nothing at all wrong with electing arbitration. The LOL was all the Rags fans who kept trying to pawn him off on ANA - asking for the moon while assuring Ducks fans how he wasn't going to be looking for a big payday and how he'd be very reasonable to re-sign.
     
  3. Bounces R Way Feaster's Beasters

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    SALARY ARBITRATION SEASON LETS GOOOOOOOOq
     
  4. mouser Business of Hockey

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    Keep in mind many of these players may have comparables that signed this offseason or will sign before the arbitration hearing under the pressure of the flat cap.
     
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    You sure? I thought the team can always walk away unless they are the ones filing for arbitration.
     
  6. serp Registered User

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    You see many big free agent deals this off-season? Yeah. Me either. Best play is to tell NYR to see them at the arbitration hearing. Which has frequently rewarded players with very strong one year deals that will punish the Rangers cap.
     
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    If I am correct players who file for arbitration can't get an offer sheet right?
     
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    Correct
     
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    Most likely to argue getting a 1-way deal.
     
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    It's to up his AHL pay. There's lots of guys on 2-way contracts who are making well over $100k in AHL. Joseph Blandisi is making $375k in AHL.

    Ho-sang made only $70k last year in AHL. It's definitely worth it for him to go to arbitration. He could easily double that amount to $140k/$150k in the AHL. Isles can't walk away from it either.

    He has a lot of comparables to get a significant AHL raise.

    So 2-way, NHL minimum ($700k) and something like $150k in AHL.
     
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    Mikheyev has a charmin soft case in arbitration

    23pts last year. arbitration doesnt usually consider pts/gm its more of a "what have you done?" kinda thing

    Aston-Reece: 8g,17pts in 43 games (Settled for 1mil x 2 years)
    Mikheyev: 7g/23pts in 39 games

    I'm guessing 1.25x2
     
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    if the player elects arbitration and its over a certain amount. a lot of fine details lol
     
  14. Korg My name is Korg; I'm made of rocks.

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    Rangers look like they're in for a rough ride.
    I figure their awards would be:
    • DeAngelo 4.5-5.5
    • Strome 4-5
    • Georgiev 2-3
    • Lemieux 1.5-2.5
    ~14 million all in.
     
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    Updated with arbitration schedule.
     
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    You're quite correct there.
     
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    Haven't been a fan of the guy from day 1... Surprised to see he is still relevant at all.
     
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    my pre arb offer to bertuzzi would be 5 X 6.25 . very valuable player that makes smart plays all 200' , ands there in the clutch . perfect 3rd man on a line with 2 talent guys , old time smart , hustling , scrappy hockey player
     
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    Not remotely true at all. Teams resign their arbitration guys all the time, as a matter of fact it happens more than either side even needing arbitration. I bet, over 60% of these guys are all signed before the decision is made.
     
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    Bet you’ll see less of that as these agents realize it’s better to roll arbitration dice in this environment than take the crappy offers on the table.
     
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    I don't think it will be much different than normal for actual waiting for the decision. Most will be signed before then, Covid or not. UFA's are already taking less, and RFA's will get less as well. No different than everyone was predicting Covid offersheets and we have seen none and won't see any.
     
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    That's too much for Lemieux.
     
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    The Habs will take him off your hands. Howsabout Kulak + Weal + 4th?
     
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    Comparables for Ho-Sand could be Joseph Blandisi (700k NHL/200K AHL), Zac Dalpe (750k/350k), Jakob Lilja (700k/70k), Jesper Boqvist (925k/70k), Rasmus Asplund ($845/$70), Phil Varone (700k/450k).
     
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    Nah thanks, we'll re-sign him but he won't get $2M+...
     

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