Thursday, May 10, 2007

Updated Salary Cap

UPDATED: Leafs have signed Boyd Devereaux and Ian White and Ponikarovsky (a whopping 3yr/$6+ million deal)...

Commitments

PlayerPosStatus 06-07 Cap Hito7-08 Cap Hit
BelfourGYear 2 of buy-out $750K$750K
DevereauxFSigned to 2009$450K$650K
KilgerFSigned to 2009$900K $900K
NewburyFSigned to 2009$450K$450K
OndrusFSigned to 2008$475K$475K
PohlFSigned to 2009$463K$463K
PonikarovskyFSigned to 2010$713K$2.105M
RaycroftGSigned to 2009$2M$2M
StajanFSigned to 2008$875K$875K
SteenFSigned to 2008$901K$901K
TuckerFSigned to 2012$1.59M$3M
SundinF

Club option

$6.33MTBD
WellwoodF

Signed to 2008

$875K$875K
WestrumF

Signed to 2008

$463K$463K
BelakDSigned to 2008 $670K$670K
GillDSigned to 2009$2.075M $2.075M
KaberleDSigned to 2011 $4.25M$4.25M
KubinaDSigned to 2010$5M$5M
McCabeDSigned to 2011$5.75M$5.75M
WhiteDSigned to 2010$453K$850K
WozniewskiDSigned to 2008$463K$463
TOTAL*32,965,000

Leaf RFAs

PlayerPosStatus 06-07 Cap Hito7-08 Minimum Cap Hit**
ColaiacovoDRFA$825K$866K
HarrisonDRFA$450K$495K
KronwallDRFA$625K$656K
WilliamsFRFA$570K$557K
SuglabovFRFA$550K$605K
TOTAL$3.7M**

Salary cap is expected to rise to $47 to $48 million for 2007-08

*initial cap hit does not include club option on Mats Sundin.
** RFAs earning $600K or less, must be qualified with a 10% raise; RFAs earning earning $660,001 to $1M, must be qualified with a 5% raise - these are the required minimums only, players may, can and will likely sign for more.

2 comments:

  1. Suglobov is gone so you can take him off the list.

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  2. Should there be a Salary Cap in Football?
    Personally I think there should be! It’s just getting to be stupid money in football at the top of the premiership!
    It’s always the same teams at the top proving that football success is based purely on money which ruins the idea of it being a sport! They’ve done it in rugby, basketball, hockey and American football and it makes the sports more competitive and better to watch!
    I do a little Spread Betting from time to time and most matches don’t hold much surprise who is going to win, its boring! I want to see a team at the bottom pulling off an amazing season beating last seasons winners in a close fought battle!
    Make things fair! It shouldn’t be about money!
    Plus!
    All there is all that money in the premiership and barely any of it stays in the UK so it’s not even helping the economy!
    From my Spread Betting, if I ever win big (which is never, I’m unlucky) it’s still nothing compared to the average premiership players weekly wage!
    This Rant was brought to you by Spread Betting Spike. 

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