Apr 14, 2016
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Bcarlo25</b></div><div>Well, let’s see. I don’t think it’s too much of an issue. First off, bump up the Grzelcyk offer by 2 million. So now, that’s 2.5 over the cap if it is 83.5. It could easily be more. Step 1. Probably like a .1% chance they re-sign miller, and a 0% chance they sign him to a raise. So, erase that 3 million, because Clifton is probably better anyhow. So, you’re already done. That’s cap compliant if you’re buying out David Backes. Personally, I think there’s a pretty good chance Backes is done with hockey. He’s had so many freaking concussions, and it seems like he’s suffering from one right now. He hasn’t touched the ice in 2 weeks. I think there’s an extremely good chance he’s on LTIR for next season. So, that would be another 4 million saved there. If things don’t work out, bridge Debrusk (probably do that anyway, because i doubt he takes 7x5).
So, they should be fine, and that’s even factoring in that you probably have to offer more for a couple of the players you signed, mainly grzelcyk.</div></div>
Stop with the 5 million per year to Grzelcyk stuff. You are embarrassing yourself.