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Toronto Maple Leafs signed Mikhail Abramov (3 Years / $810,000 AAV)

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10 mar à 14 h 17
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Mikhail Abramov has signed a new contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
CONTRAT D’ENTRÉE
COMPARER CE CONTRAT
DURÉE: 3 ANS
STATUT À L’ÉCHÉANCE DU CONTRAT: RFA
CONTRAT SIGNÉ AVEC: Maple Leafs de TorontoMaple Leafs de Toronto
VALEUR: 2 430 000 $
% DU C.H. : 0,99
DATE DE SIGNATURE: 10 mars 2020
SOURCE: CapFriendly
SAISONCLAUSECAP HIT AAV BONIS DE PERF. BONIS DE SIGN. SALAIRE DE BASE SALAIRE TOTAL SALAIRE DES LIGUES MINEURES
2020-21810 000 $810 000 $0 $75 000 $700 000 $775 000 $70 000 $
2021-22810 000 $810 000 $0 $75 000 $750 000 $825 000 $70 000 $
2022-23810 000 $810 000 $0 $80 000 $750 000 $830 000 $70 000 $
TOTAL2 430 000 $2 430 000 $0 $230 000 $2 200 000 $2 430 000 $210 000 $
SALAIRE JUNIOR: 2020-21: 10 500 $
10 mar à 14 h 26
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Toronto's next 10 million dollar man?
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10 mar à 14 h 28
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Quoting: RawDeal
Toronto's next 10 million dollar man?


I mean...if all goes well...yes?
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10 mar à 15 h 00
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Quoting: Barbs
I mean...if all goes well...yes?


Quoting: RawDeal
Toronto's next 10 million dollar man?


We all hope so... but doubtful...
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10 mar à 16 h 38
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You guys, lol not 10 million but 12 million wink
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10 mar à 17 h 43
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You just know he'll get 10+ million from the Leafs when his contract is up.
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11 mar à 12 h 24
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Dubas has been implementing a no performance bonus policy, with the incentive to the player that it will be easier to burn off a year of your ELC quicker (see Sandin & Robertson). I think he's taking it a step further with the lower than usual AAV since the leafs are so tight to the cap. I'm pretty sure that if Abramov's contract slides after next season, his cap hit would be 785,000.
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11 mar à 22 h 32
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Quoting: RawDeal
Toronto's next 10 million dollar man?


Quoting: Barbs
I mean...if all goes well...yes?


Quoting: Jamiepo
We all hope so... but doubtful...


Quoting: weirfanno1
You guys, lol not 10 million but 12 million wink


Quoting: AwesomeMatthews
You just know he'll get 10+ million from the Leafs when his contract is up.


I mean ... he's certainly playing like it:

Nick Abruzzese | TOR | 124th Overall (2019)
2019-20 Stats = NCAA (Rookie)
Games Played = 31
Points / Game = 1.42
Points / 82 GP = 117

Alex Turcotte | LAK | 5th Overall (2019)
2019-20 Stats = NCAA (Rookie)
Games Played = 29
Points / Game = 0.89
Points / 82 GP = 73

Cole Caufield | MTL | 15th Overall (2019)
2019-20 Stats = NCAA (Rookie)
Games Played = 36
Points / Game = 1.00
Points / 82 GP = 82


It's also fair (and obvious) to note that:

Kapanen ($3,200,000 x 3 years)
Johnsson ($3,400,000 x 4 years)
Kerfoot ($3,500,000 x 4 years)
Engvall ($1,200,000 x 2 years)
Muzzin ($5,600,000 x 4 years)

Have all signed extremely fair (some below market value) extensions since the AM + MM extensions.
And that all the star forwards who signed bridge deals are going to get paid when they expire (Tkachuk, Laine, Boeser, Point, McAvoy, etc).
If next years cap is in the middle of NHL estimates ($86,000,000) than we can expect much larger increases via Seattle + the new US TV deal.
Which will also give the Leafs tons of cap-space in the last 2-3 years of the Matthews, Marner and Nylander's contracts (during their prime).
11 mar à 23 h 09
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Quoting: drewjenkins
I mean ... he's certainly playing like it:

Nick Abruzzese | TOR | 124th Overall (2019)
2019-20 Stats = NCAA (Rookie)
Games Played = 31
Points / Game = 1.42
Points / 82 GP = 117

Alex Turcotte | LAK | 5th Overall (2019)
2019-20 Stats = NCAA (Rookie)
Games Played = 29
Points / Game = 0.89
Points / 82 GP = 73

Cole Caufield | MTL | 15th Overall (2019)
2019-20 Stats = NCAA (Rookie)
Games Played = 36
Points / Game = 1.00
Points / 82 GP = 82


It's also fair (and obvious) to note that:

Kapanen ($3,200,000 x 3 years)
Johnsson ($3,400,000 x 4 years)
Kerfoot ($3,500,000 x 4 years)
Engvall ($1,200,000 x 2 years)
Muzzin ($5,600,000 x 4 years)

Have all signed extremely fair (some below market value) extensions since the AM + MM extensions.
And that all the star forwards who signed bridge deals are going to get paid when they expire (Tkachuk, Laine, Boeser, Point, McAvoy, etc).
If next years cap is in the middle of NHL estimates ($86,000,000) than we can expect much larger increases via Seattle + the new US TV deal.
Which will also give the Leafs tons of cap-space in the last 2-3 years of the Matthews, Marner and Nylander's contracts (during their prime).


Well... teams playing in empty arenas and a possible suspension to the season will most likely decrease that number.
12 mar à 0 h 50
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Quoting: Jamiepo
Well... teams playing in empty arenas and a possible suspension to the season will most likely decrease that number.


Which will affect next seasons salary cap ... but have zero affect on the salary cap in 2-3 years.

The cap is calculated on a year to year basis based on the prior years revenue.

As long as the Corona Virus doesn't affect next years NHL operations ... the effect will be a smaller cap increase this year and larger increase next year to compensate.

And if does affect next years season ... we'll all be dealing with bigger problems than the NHL salary cap.
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12 mar à 9 h 30
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I'm excited about Nick Abruzzese's NCAA season as well, but bear in mind that he is 2 years older than Caufield and Turcotte. It's more like his Junior year in college.
Also note that this contract is for Mikhail Abramov, confusing because the Leafs mostly drafted Nick's and Mick's in 2019.
12 mar à 9 h 32
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Quoting: drewjenkins
I mean ... he's certainly playing like it:

Nick Abruzzese | TOR | 124th Overall (2019)
2019-20 Stats = NCAA (Rookie)
Games Played = 31
Points / Game = 1.42
Points / 82 GP = 117

Alex Turcotte | LAK | 5th Overall (2019)
2019-20 Stats = NCAA (Rookie)
Games Played = 29
Points / Game = 0.89
Points / 82 GP = 73

Cole Caufield | MTL | 15th Overall (2019)
2019-20 Stats = NCAA (Rookie)
Games Played = 36
Points / Game = 1.00
Points / 82 GP = 82


It's also fair (and obvious) to note that:

Kapanen ($3,200,000 x 3 years)
Johnsson ($3,400,000 x 4 years)
Kerfoot ($3,500,000 x 4 years)
Engvall ($1,200,000 x 2 years)
Muzzin ($5,600,000 x 4 years)

Have all signed extremely fair (some below market value) extensions since the AM + MM extensions.
And that all the star forwards who signed bridge deals are going to get paid when they expire (Tkachuk, Laine, Boeser, Point, McAvoy, etc).
If next years cap is in the middle of NHL estimates ($86,000,000) than we can expect much larger increases via Seattle + the new US TV deal.
Which will also give the Leafs tons of cap-space in the last 2-3 years of the Matthews, Marner and Nylander's contracts (during their prime).


I'm excited about Nick Abruzzese's NCAA season as well, but bear in mind that he is 2 years older than Caufield and Turcotte. It's more like his Junior year in college.
Also note that this contract is for Mikhail Abramov, confusing because the Leafs mostly drafted Nick's and Mick's in 2019.
 
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