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Carolina Hurricanes signed Brock McGinn (2 Years / $2,100,000 AAV)

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Jul 20 at 10:24
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Brock McGinn has signed a new contract with the Carolina Hurricanes.
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LENGTH: 2 YEARS
EXPIRY STATUS: UFA
SIGNING TEAM: Carolina HurricanesCarolina Hurricanes
VALUE: $4,200,000
C.H.% : 2.58
SIGNING DATE: July 20, 2019
SOURCE: CapFriendly
SEASONCLAUSECAP HIT AAV P. BONUSES S. BONUSES BASE SALARY TOTAL SALARY MINORS SALARY
2019-20$2,100,000$2,100,000$0$0$1,900,000$1,900,000$1,900,000
2020-21$2,100,000$2,100,000$0$0$2,300,000$2,300,000$2,300,000
TOTAL$4,200,000$4,200,000$0$0$4,200,000$4,200,000$4,200,000
Jul 20 at 10:31
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Fair AAV and term. Good signing for a team close to the cap. But how will CAR sign Williams? Will it be a salary based on bonuses? probably... or is he gone?
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Jul 20 at 10:34
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The worst AGMs
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That is right in the middle of what both were asking for, about
Jul 20 at 10:38
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Oilers, Bruins, Jets
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This was determined by an arbiter right?
Jul 20 at 10:49
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AwesomeMatthews
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I'm surprised how little he got
Jul 20 at 11:49
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Quoting: ConnorMcHellebucyk
This was determined by an arbiter right?


Nope, team and player agreed terms before the arbitration meeting
Jul 20 at 12:15
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Nazaleaf
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Quoting: AwesomeMatthews
I'm surprised how little he got


Not really surprising, it's the same number Hyman got. Personally I think Hyman is more valuable, but that's also because I'm not as familiar with McGinn's game. Thinking this is a pretty fair deal, 16 goals last season at 2.1M is good. I'm sure he's capable of 20.

Nvm, 10 goals last season. So 2 years doesn't sound bad, less risk.

Whoops, Hyman got 2.25M.
Jul 20 at 12:42
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Ehh if he gets to 30 points then this is okay. But these are the little overpayments for the lower class.
Jul 20 at 1:18
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Quoting: pinslack
Fair AAV and term. Good signing for a team close to the cap. But how will CAR sign Williams? Will it be a salary based on bonuses? probably... or is he gone?


As it stands now, after the McGinn signing, they are at a titch over $3M in cap space. I think they can likely sign Williams at 1y for $3M - perhaps with a few bonuses bringing it up to $4/4.5M. Of course they wouldn’t want to be so close to the Cap to leave some space in the event Williams or anyone else with performance bonuses (I.e. ELC’s) reaches them and puts them into overage territory.

I think they’ll have no trouble being cap compliant on Day 1 of the season. Moving forward they may look to shed a bit of salary, either via trade (say moving Faulk for a younger, cheaper forward saving $0.5-2M) or via cleaving the roster to 22 instead of 23 for much of the season to allow them to have some space accrued over the course of the year. This would give them greater flexibility in the event of injuries and trades.
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Jul 20 at 1:28
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Quoting: rebecca
As it stands now, after the McGinn signing, they are at a titch over $3M in cap space.


In my spreadsheet, I’ve sent Clark Bishop to the AHL to free up roster and cap space for Williams. Of course in event of offseason or preseason injury Bishop could be right back up with the Canes, but as it stands right now I think he’s the 14th F.

As I mentioned above they may want to run with 13x F’s rather than 14 to save a titch of cap space. If everyone is healthy it’s likely a toss between Gibbons, Foegele, and Necas (as he’d not require waivers and would get 1st line mins in Charlotte). They’re all solid NHL forwards though, which is a good problem for CAR to have. Gibbons or Foegele could be snapped up on waivers. But the cap space would help.

So odd seeing Carolina as a Cap Team now. It’s great! In fact it looks like 2/3 of NHL teams will be at/within 5M of the cap this season when all is said and done. Not enough money to go around.
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Jul 20 at 1:40
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Solid bridge deal. Fair in both term and limit.
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Jul 20 at 6:44
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Quoting: thelastlongbow
Not really surprising, it's the same number Hyman got. Personally I think Hyman is more valuable, but that's also because I'm not as familiar with McGinn's game. Thinking this is a pretty fair deal, 16 goals last season at 2.1M is good. I'm sure he's capable of 20.

Nvm, 10 goals last season. So 2 years doesn't sound bad, less risk.

Whoops, Hyman got 2.25M.


Hymans last 2 seasons = 41 + 40 points
McGinns last 2 seasons = 30 + 26 points

Both are signed for another 2 years.
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Jul 20 at 8:25
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Nazaleaf
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Edited Jul 21 at 10:47
Quoting: drewjenks
Hymans last 2 seasons = 41 + 40 points
McGinns last 2 seasons = 30 + 26 points

Both are signed for another 2 years.


Brock is 2 years younger, so maybe he proves his worth this season to justify the number. As it currently stands though, I'd much rather have Hyman at 2.25 over McGinn at 2.1.

Is he a hard nosed player though? Stand up for teammates kind?
Jul 21 at 12:58
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Quoting: thelastlongbow
Brock is 2 years younger, so maybe he proves his worth this season to justify the number. As it currently stands though, I'd much rather have Hyman at 2.25 over McGinn at 2.1.

Is he a hard nosed played though? Stand up for teammates kind?


Dunno?
 
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