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Columbus Blue Jackets signed Joonas Korpisalo (2 Years / $900,000 AAV)

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Jun 9, 2017 at 1:50
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Joonas Korpisalo has signed a new contract with the Columbus Blue Jackets.
STANDARD CONTRACT (EXTENSION)
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LENGTH: 2 YEARS
EXPIRY STATUS: RFA
SIGNING TEAM: Columbus Blue JacketsColumbus Blue Jackets
VALUE: $1,800,000
C.H.% : 1.23
SIGNING DATE: June 9, 2017
SOURCE: @Aportzline
SEASONCLAUSECAP HIT AAV P. BONUSES S. BONUSES BASE SALARY TOTAL SALARY MINORS SALARY
2017-18$900,000$900,000$0$0$700,000$700,000$700,000
2018-19$900,000$900,000$0$0$1,100,000$1,100,000$1,100,000
TOTAL$1,800,000$1,800,000$0$0$1,800,000$1,800,000$1,800,000
Jun 9, 2017 at 3:57
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Depending on how he plays, he could take over the starting job at the end of this contract, as it expires at the same time as Bobrovsky.
Jun 9, 2017 at 4:06
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Good deal for a solid backup who has the potential to start in the near future.
Jun 9, 2017 at 7:08
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The salary distribution has to be wrong: isn't there that rule in which the salary can't diverge by more than 35%, year to year? Because in this case, it's a 57% hike from the first year to the second.
Jun 9, 2017 at 7:19
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Quoting: KL17
The salary distribution has to be wrong: isn't there that rule in which the salary can't diverge by more than 35%, year to year? Because in this case, it's a 57% hike from the first year to the second.


No I believe that it can't deviate from the cap hit by that amount. Salary can change as much as it wants. Guys like Seabrook are making $2M or so at the end of their deals IIRC.
Jun 12, 2017 at 10:42
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Quoting: NateElder12
Quoting: KL17
The salary distribution has to be wrong: isn't there that rule in which the salary can't diverge by more than 35%, year to year? Because in this case, it's a 57% hike from the first year to the second.


No I believe that it can't deviate from the cap hit by that amount. Salary can change as much as it wants. Guys like Seabrook are making $2M or so at the end of their deals IIRC.


Seabrook is making $4.5M at the end of his deal. You might be thinking of Keith, who makes $2.65M, $2.1M, and $1.5 in the last three years of his deal, respectively. Keith's contract was signed before the most recent CBA was ratified and all those salary rules were implemented. Whereas Seabrook's conforms to the current CBA standards.
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Jun 12, 2017 at 2:09
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Quoting: DoctorBreakfast
Quoting: NateElder12


No I believe that it can't deviate from the cap hit by that amount. Salary can change as much as it wants. Guys like Seabrook are making $2M or so at the end of their deals IIRC.


Seabrook is making $4.5M at the end of his deal. You might be thinking of Keith, who makes $2.65M, $2.1M, and $1.5 in the last three years of his deal, respectively. Keith's contract was signed before the most recent CBA was ratified and all those salary rules were implemented. Whereas Seabrook's conforms to the current CBA standards.


Yeah you're right that is who i was thinking of. My mistake.
 
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