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 NHL Players filing for Arbitration 2019 [message #739940]
Fri, 05 July 2019 17:40 Go to next message
GabbyDugan  is currently offline GabbyDugan
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I thought this topic was worthy of a thread on its own. No Oilers have filed, but the teams themselves have until Saturday, July 6. I don't know off-hand of any teams that would file, unless it would be a means of avoiding offer sheets.

https://www.nhlpa.com/news/1-17569/40-players-elect-salary-a rbitration

I wonder what a guy like Binnington would get from an arbitrator. Like almost every other player who goes through arbitration, he almost certainly will sign before the arbitration hearing, but he could break the bank if an arbitrator decided his contract.




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 Re: NHL Players filing for Arbitration 2019 [message #739949 is a reply to message #739940 ]
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Maybe it says something good about the Oil when not one player on the team decided to seek arbitration, I'm betting because they realized they don't #@%#ing deserve a raise.


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 Re: NHL Players filing for Arbitration 2019 [message #740143 is a reply to message #739949 ]
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The arbitration hearing schedule is set. Binnington is up on the first day.

https://www.tsn.ca/nhlpa-announces-salary-arbitration-dates- for-jordan-binnington-others-1.1335128




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 Re: NHL Players filing for Arbitration 2019 [message #740152 is a reply to message #739949 ]
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Ragnarok73 wrote on Fri, 05 July 2019 20:49

Maybe it says something good about the Oil when not one player on the team decided to seek arbitration, I'm betting because they realized they don't #@%#ing deserve a raise.


What it says is that there's no one eligible. The only free agent left in the organization is Jesse Puljujarvi who's ineligible for arbitration and in conflict with the organization anyhow.

Worth noting, the Oilers brass can get out to their cabins extra early this year! Everything is taken care of for the summer now! Extend a few PTOs in September and their job is done!

48 contracts signed too (47 that count when Broberg flies back to Sweden. Rodrigue might have more junior eligibility too, so maybe only 46.) We actually don't have that much room to go hunting for more players! See you by the pool Kevin!

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 Re: NHL Players filing for Arbitration 2019 [message #740169 is a reply to message #740152 ]
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Adam wrote on Tue, 09 July 2019 11:53

Ragnarok73 wrote on Fri, 05 July 2019 20:49

Maybe it says something good about the Oil when not one player on the team decided to seek arbitration, I'm betting because they realized they don't #@%#ing deserve a raise.


What it says is that there's no one eligible. The only free agent left in the organization is Jesse Puljujarvi who's ineligible for arbitration and in conflict with the organization anyhow.

Worth noting, the Oilers brass can get out to their cabins extra early this year! Everything is taken care of for the summer now! Extend a few PTOs in September and their job is done!

48 contracts signed too (47 that count when Broberg flies back to Sweden. Rodrigue might have more junior eligibility too, so maybe only 46.) We actually don't have that much room to go hunting for more players! See you by the pool Kevin!

Pool. Lol. They're going to a lake. Muskoka or Kelowna.

Not that this is necessarily a bad thing. I'm going to a lake soon too and I assume they can get cell service in Muskoka.



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 Re: NHL Players filing for Arbitration 2019 [message #740174 is a reply to message #740169 ]
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CrusaderPi wrote on Tue, 09 July 2019 14:29

Adam wrote on Tue, 09 July 2019 11:53

Ragnarok73 wrote on Fri, 05 July 2019 20:49

Maybe it says something good about the Oil when not one player on the team decided to seek arbitration, I'm betting because they realized they don't #@%#ing deserve a raise.


What it says is that there's no one eligible. The only free agent left in the organization is Jesse Puljujarvi who's ineligible for arbitration and in conflict with the organization anyhow.

Worth noting, the Oilers brass can get out to their cabins extra early this year! Everything is taken care of for the summer now! Extend a few PTOs in September and their job is done!

48 contracts signed too (47 that count when Broberg flies back to Sweden. Rodrigue might have more junior eligibility too, so maybe only 46.) We actually don't have that much room to go hunting for more players! See you by the pool Kevin!

Pool. Lol. They're going to a lake. Muskoka or Kelowna.

Not that this is necessarily a bad thing. I'm going to a lake soon too and I assume they can get cell service in Muskoka.


They might be out on the lake, but chances are that Katz still has a pool!



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 Re: NHL Players filing for Arbitration 2019 [message #741152 is a reply to message #740174 ]
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The Flames sign G David Rittich to a 2 year deal, avoiding arbitration.

https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/flames-sign-rittich-2-ye ar-5-5m-deal-avoid-arbitration/

"The deal carries an average annual value of $2.75 million.

The two parties were slated to have an arbitration hearing on July 29.

The 26-year-old from the Czech Republic had a breakout 2018-19 campaign, making a career-high 42 starts as part of a tandem with Mike Smith. He also posted personal-bests in save percentage (.911) and goals-against average (2.61)."

Can't help but compare this to the Koskinen deal: three years at $4.5 milion with a nmc.

https://www.capfriendly.com/players/mikko-koskinen





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 Re: NHL Players filing for Arbitration 2019 [message #741157 is a reply to message #741152 ]
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GabbyDugan wrote on Sat, 27 July 2019 09:49

The Flames sign G David Rittich to a 2 year deal, avoiding arbitration.

https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/flames-sign-rittich-2-ye ar-5-5m-deal-avoid-arbitration/

"The deal carries an average annual value of $2.75 million.

The two parties were slated to have an arbitration hearing on July 29.

The 26-year-old from the Czech Republic had a breakout 2018-19 campaign, making a career-high 42 starts as part of a tandem with Mike Smith. He also posted personal-bests in save percentage (.911) and goals-against average (2.61)."

Can't help but compare this to the Koskinen deal: three years at $4.5 milion with a nmc.

https://www.capfriendly.com/players/mikko-koskinen




Chiarelli knew he had to pay a premium for the UFA years.

One of the worst signings ever. Brutal.



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