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Forum: Armchair-GM13 oct 2020 à 19 h 31
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Tkachinla</b></div><div>I struggle to see why Sergachev would sign that deal, even if the final year of the contract was $8M to set the floor for his next extension. I think even $6.75M is conservative for the quality of hockey he plays right now, and it seems unlikely (even in the old boys GM club) that Sergachev wouldn't have an offer sheet on his desk for $6.75M AAV or more, longer term.

$4.5M would be one of the most team-friendly deals in a long time. Maybe bump it to $5.33M AAV x 3 years, with the following structure:

Year 1: $5.0M
Year 2: $2.5M
Year 3: $8.5M (sets floor for next contract)

I could see this being interesting. Gives Serg 3 years with the core group largely intact. 3 good shots at another Cup(s) before more big changes are required.</div></div>

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Tkachinla</b></div><div>I struggle to see why Sergachev would sign that deal, even if the final year of the contract was $8M to set the floor for his next extension. I think even $6.75M is conservative for the quality of hockey he plays right now, and it seems unlikely (even in the old boys GM club) that Sergachev wouldn't have an offer sheet on his desk for $6.75M AAV or more, longer term.

$4.5M would be one of the most team-friendly deals in a long time. Maybe bump it to $5.33M AAV x 3 years, with the following structure:

Year 1: $5.0M
Year 2: $2.5M
Year 3: $8.5M (sets floor for next contract)

I could see this being interesting. Gives Serg 3 years with the core group largely intact. 3 good shots at another Cup(s) before more big changes are required.</div></div>



NHL got rid of last year for qualifying offer on new contracts.. It’s now cap number.