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Forum: Armchair-GM26 avr à 4 h 03
Forum: Armchair-GM28 mar à 9 h 12
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Hockey_Nerd</b></div><div>Yes you can. Rules #1 and #5 will explain that for you:

What is a retained salary transaction/trade
When a team trades a player, they have the option to retain a part of their salary (and cap hit). The team who retains the salary then pays the retained percentage of the salary, and also retains the percentage of the cap hit until the contract expires. The following requirements must be met to retain salary:
<strong>1. The percentage retained cannot exceed 50 percent of the player’s salary (including all bonuses) and Salary Cap Hit.</strong>
2. The same percentage must be retained for both the player’s salary and Salary Cap Hit, and cannot be modified.
3. All teams are limited to a maximum of 3 retained salary contracts per season.
4. Teams cannot retain an aggregate amount of more than 15 percent of the Salary Cap Upper Limit.
<strong>5. Players’ contracts are limited to 2 retained salary transactions per contract.</strong>

The max allowed per team is 50% of the players contract, and that players contract can be retained twice on. So really Vancouver trades Benn to Detroit and Vancouver retains 50% of Benn's original contract (50% of $2M = $1M). Then Detroit trades Benn to Toronto and retains 50% of the contract of Benn that they acquired (50% of $1M = $500K). It's allowed and has been done before.</div></div>

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>exo2769</b></div><div>Yes and an example is Robin Lehner last TDL. BOTH CHI and TOR retained on his contract.</div></div>

My bad, I had interpreted the rules as two trades that can equal up to 50%, but you're right, the Lehner trade exceeded that.
Forum: Armchair-GM13 mar à 20 h 08
Sujet: Staal
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Ryminister_27</b></div><div>Bertuzzi played with Larkin and Mantha.. Kerfoot played with multiple wingers. Mikheyev, Johnsson, Kapanen, Engvall, etc. None of them come close to the calibre of line mates Bertuzzi had. Kerfoot's also a centre. They're more valuable than dime a dozen wingers. Kerfoot's versatile. Plus I said Bertuzzi's contract expires next season and Kerfoot's doesn't. That would cost the Leafs more on his contract, not to mention he's likely be exposed to Seattle and lost for nothing. Makes no sense for the Leafs. Again, I said MARGINAL upgrade to Bertuzzi. But the difference in the players is FAR less than Liljegren. Ok buddy?</div></div>

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>aedoran</b></div><div>And you think Bertuzzi had it any easier? Last season AA pretty much forgot how to play and Mantha was on IR for quite awhile, So they split up Bertuzzi and Larkin. The some of the players Bertuzzi was paired shouldn't even be in the NHL anymore.

Kapanen's career numbers 41g + 49a for 90 points in 202 games

Bertuzzi's career numbers 49g + 79a for 119 points in 199 games

So does that mean Kapanen only marginally better than Kerfoot?</div></div>

Kerfoot and Bertuzzi play a completely different style of game. Comparing their stats is literally comparing apples to oranges.
Bert is more valuable to the Wings because he fits in so well with Larkin and Mantha. Regardless of if Kerfoot was the better player (I don't think he is, but hey, everybody has their opinions), his value would be inflated to the Wings for that reason. Also worth considering, the Wings have Hronek, Seider, Lindstrom, and potentially Tuomisto at RD. Liljegren isn't a bad prospect by any stretch of the imagination, but his value to the Wings isn't all that high because of the prospects they already have at that position.

In short, Detroit would decline. What they have is more appealing to them than what's offered.