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Detroit Red Wings signed Brian Lashoff (1 Year / $750,000 AAV)

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Jul 30 at 9:33
#1
Brian Lashoff has signed a new contract with the Detroit Red Wings.
STANDARD CONTRACT
Comparable ContractsCOMPARE THIS CONTRACT
LENGTH: 1 YEAR
EXPIRY STATUS: UFA
SIGNING TEAM: Detroit Red WingsDetroit Red Wings
VALUE: $750,000
C.H.% : 0.92
SIGNING DATE: July 30, 2021
SOURCE: CapFriendly
SEASONCLAUSECAP HIT AAV P. BONUSES S. BONUSES BASE SALARY TOTAL SALARY MINORS SALARY
2021-22$750,000$750,000$0$0$750,000$750,000$325,000
TOTAL$750,000$750,000$0$0$750,000$750,000$325,000
Jul 30 at 9:42
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The Darkest Timeline
Joined: Feb 2018
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Good to see lash staying in grand rapids
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Jul 30 at 9:46
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NoCupsForCanada
Joined: Dec 2018
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Quoting: Jfstompers
Good to see lash staying in grand rapids


GR about to be stacked this year. May have to make it over for a game or two
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Jul 30 at 10:07
#4
Joined: May 2015
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Didn't realize he was still around the NHL/AHL. Good for him
Jul 30 at 10:15
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WDYTYAIA
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Tampa Bay Lightning legend.
Jul 30 at 10:15
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Joined: Apr 2017
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Quoting: BCAPP
Didn't realize he was still around the NHL/AHL. Good for him


Yep! Captain of the Griffins for 2 years, Alternate since 2015. Over 500 games played with them. Considering the fungibility of AHL players, and the veteran limit rule, it’s actually tough to stick around that long in the AHL.

Likely won’t be seeing many games with Detroit - a couple perhaps to get some extra money for him (otherwise why sign him to an NHL deal instead of an AHL one).
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Jul 30 at 10:16
#7
Drank the Seider
Joined: Jul 2021
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Quoting: CoopsTroops
Tampa Bay Lightning legend.

I find it hilarious that his contract was sent there in the 3-way Savard deal, but he just stayed in Grand Rapids as if nothing happened
Jul 30 at 10:18
#8
WDYTYAIA
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Quoting: Roysboy72
I find it hilarious that his contract was sent there in the 3-way Savard deal, but he just stayed in Grand Rapids as if nothing happened


Probably involved Tampa paying the remaining salary he was owed. I'm not going to look it up, but I think he was getting paid a total of $300k-400k last season. That's a fairly rich AHL deal.
Jul 30 at 10:21
#9
Orr28
Joined: Jul 2016
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Quoting: Roysboy72
I find it hilarious that his contract was sent there in the 3-way Savard deal, but he just stayed in Grand Rapids as if nothing happened


I've seen it happen before. I remember when the Leafs traded Phaneuf to Ottawa, Matt Frattin went with him, but the Sens let him stay playing for the Marlies.
Jul 30 at 10:25
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Quoting: rebecca
Yep! Captain of the Griffins for 2 years, Alternate since 2015. Over 500 games played with them. Considering the fungibility of AHL players, and the veteran limit rule, it’s actually tough to stick around that long in the AHL.

Likely won’t be seeing many games with Detroit - a couple perhaps to get some extra money for him (otherwise why sign him to an NHL deal instead of an AHL one).


If its a two way deal, thats the only logic I can see. If its a one way deal then they'll pay him min NHL money even in the AHL (750k, which is more than typical max AHL money which I think is in the 400k ish range I believe)
 
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