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Sports Cap Comparables: Hellebuyck contract could be steal for Jets

01:40  13 july  2018
01:40  13 july  2018 Source:   sportsnet.ca

Jets agree to terms on 6-year deal with Hellebuyck

  Jets agree to terms on 6-year deal with Hellebuyck The Winnipeg Jets have agreed to terms with goaltender Connor Hellebuyck on a six-year deal worth $37 million. The post Report: Antonio Conte to leave Chelsea, Sarri to replace him appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.The Winnipeg Jets have agreed to terms with goaltender Connor Hellebuyck on a six-year deal worth $37 million. The contract carries an average annual value of $6.167 million.

Goaltender Connor Hellebuyck signed a one-year, .25 million contract with the Winnipeg Jets on Monday. Hellebuyck , 24, was scheduled for an arbitration hearing Aug. I'm going to take what I can from him.

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You can change this preference below . Andrew Copp scored twice as Connor Hellebuyck made 30 saves, setting a new mark for most wins by a U.S. goaltender with 44 in the Jets ' 4-1 win.

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Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff deserves a pat on the back after locking up franchise goalie Connor Hellebuyck for the next six seasons.

Hellebuyck’s new deal carries with it a team-friendly annual salary cap hit of $6.167 million—a bargain considering the season the 25-year-old just had.

The Commerce, Mich., native made a career-high 67 appearances in 2017-18 and led the league with 44 wins, setting a single-season franchise record along the way. His six shutouts and .924 save percentage were also franchise records.

Hellebuyck finished second in Vezina Trophy voting as the NHL’s top goaltender and 13th in Hart Trophy voting, illustrating just how valuable he was to a Jets team that finished with the second-best record in the league and advanced to the Western Conference Final.

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  Brandon Tanev re-signs one-year deal with Jets An arbitrator has awarded Winnipeg Jets defenceman Jacob Trouba a one-year, US$5.5-million contract for the 2018-19 season, the NHL announced Sunday. Winnipeg has 48 hours to accept the ruling or turn it down and make Trouba an unrestricted free agent.

You can change this preference below. Опубликовано: 5 мая 2018 г. Connor Hellebuyck made 38 saves while Kyle Connor scored two goals and added an assist to lead the Jets to a 6-2 victory in Game 5.

Laine’s cap hit could very well reach the teens in millions, while Connor might not be easy to retain after coming off of a 30-goal rookie season. [Golden Knights’ incredible run continues to Stanley Cup Final]. 3rd Star: Connor Hellebuyck , Winnipeg Jets .

It wasn’t too long ago that Cheveldayoff inked Mark Scheifele to a long-deal that pays him an average of $6.125 million per year. Having those two stars under control through the 2023-24 season at a combined $12.892 million is a triumph in cap management.

Cheveldayoff isn’t done handing out new deals, either.

Patrik Laine and Kyle Connor are eligible to sign long-term extensions—both are entering the final year of their entry-level deals—while Blake Wheeler and Tyler Myers are set to become unrestricted free agents following the 2018-19 campaign. Current RFAs Jacob Trouba, Josh Morrissey, Tucker Poolman, Brandon Tanev, Adam Lowry and Marko Dano need new deals.

Saving money on players the calibre of Hellebuyck and Scheifele will make keeping the Jets core intact easier and could ensure this Jets team remains a legitimate Cup contender for the foreseeable future.

Report: Jets, Trouba $3M apart in arbitration filings

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First and foremost, we have to wait for the [NHL salary] cap to be set. Getting goalie Connor Hellebuyck signed to a long-term contract is high on the Jets ' priority list. Each can sign a contract extension beginning July 1.

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There are 24 goalies set to have a cap hit north of $4 million in 2018-19 and Hellebuyck is the youngest among them. In fact, he’ll only be 31 when this deal expires.

With all that in mind, here’s a look at a few of Hellebuyck’s contemporaries that are on similar deals.

Braden Holtby (five years, $30.5 million, $6.1-million cap hit)

Jacob Trouba gets $5.5M salary for upcoming season: arbitrator

  Jacob Trouba gets $5.5M salary for upcoming season: arbitrator An arbitrator has awarded Jacob Trouba a salary of $5.5 million for the 2018-19 season. The Winnipeg Jets confirmed the news in a tweet Sunday. The Winnipeg Jets defenceman was one of several restricted free agents the Jets needed to make a big deal with between seasons. According to NHL.com, he had an arbitration hearing in Toronto on Friday. The arbitrator had 48 hours to render a decision. Two years ago, Trouba had asked for a trade. He sat out the first 15 games of the 2016-17 season before inking a two-year bridge deal for $2.5 million US that year and $3.5 million US in 2017-18.

Anyway, Hellebuyck and Trouba aren’t likely to be cheap. The key will be to find the right compromise, whether that means a shorter deal or lowering cap hits with riskier, longer terms. That could be a tricky situation, as he’ll be 33 when his next contract kicks in.

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Holtby signed this deal in 2015 when he was 25, just like Hellebuyck. Holtby won the Vezina his first season after signing. The next year he was the Vezina runner-up and earned the William M. Jennings Trophy. The third year on his deal saw him lead the Washington Capitals to the franchise’s first Stanley Cup. Safe to say this deal has worked out swimmingly for the Caps thus far.

Keep in mind, Holtby’s $6.1-million AAV began in 2015 when the cap was lower than it currently is, so Hellebuyck has a friendlier cap hit relative to the market.

Semyon Varlamov (five years, $29.5 million, $5.9-million cap hit)

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Laine’s cap hit could very well reach the teens in millions, while Connor might not be easy to retain after coming off of a 30-goal rookie season. Do the Jets try to move Mason and shuffle in Michael Hutchinson or a different backup? Hellebuyck , even a richer version, is likely to be “the guy.”

If Hellebuyck were to follow a similar trajectory to Varlamov then Jets fans might be slightly disappointed with this deal a few years from now. Varlamov signed back in 2014 midway through what ended up being a career year for him. The Russian led the league in wins and saves that season but hasn’t been able to get back to the level at which he performed. Varlamov is now 30 as he enters the final year of his deal and his future with the Colorado Avalanche is somewhat of a mystery with the team trading for Philipp Grubauer and signing the former Capitals backup to a three-year deal.

Frederik Andersen (five years, $25 million, $5-million cap hit)

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Andersen only had 90 starts under his belt before the Toronto Maple Leafs gave him a five-year deal after acquiring him from the Anaheim Ducks in 2016. Hellebuyck has started 143 games in the first three years of his NHL career so the Jets had a larger sample size to consider. Hellebuyck faces fewer shots than Andersen—literally every goalie does—and he’s got a better group of defencemen playing in front of him, so it’s not entirely surprising the Jets’ keeper posted better numbers than the Leafs’ backstopper but both are tasked with taking young, talented teams to the next level.

After signing Hellebuyck, can the Jets afford to keep the rest of their core?

  After signing Hellebuyck, can the Jets afford to keep the rest of their core? Connor Hellebuyck's six-year, $37-million contract extension was a deal Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff had to make after the goaltender's play was a huge part of the team's success this past season. But now, Cheveldayoff's attention turns to the next task at hand: locking up the rest of his core. Cheveldayoff and his staff have drafted well over the last five years, which means a lot of restricted free agents will need new contracts, all within a two-year span. It's a problem every GM would love to have, but it's difficult nonetheless.Here's a list of the Jets' current RFAs:PlayerPos.2017-18 cap hitJacob TroubaD$2.81MAdam LowryC$1.

- More Jets - Appleton, Mason Armia, Joel Byfuglien, Dustin Chiarot, Ben Comrie, Eric Connor, Kyle Copp, Andrew Dano, Marko Ehlers, Nikolaj Enstrom, Tobias Hellebuyck , Connor Hendricks, Matt Kulikov, Dmitry Laine, Patrik Jul 1 2014Signed a 4 year million contract with St. Louis (STL).

Sergei Bobrovsky (four years, $29.7 million, $7.425-million cap hit)

The Columbus Blue Jackets netminder already had a Vezina Trophy to his name when he earned this contract that expires in less than 12 months, so it’s no surprise he was rewarded with a significant cap hit—only Carey Price and Henrik Lundqvist have higher AAVs. Bobrovsky won his second Vezina in 2017 and the Blue Jackets have made the playoffs two years running so this, by all accounts, was a fair deal. Whether he gets a salary bump on his next deal will depend on how the 2018-19 campaign unfolds.

The four goalies listed above signed their deals when they were restricted free agents or pending RFAs. Below you’ll find a list of goalies with comparable contracts, except they all signed when they were UFAs, meaning they were all older than Hellebuyck and naturally had more risks involved.

— Cory Schneider (seven years, $42 million, $6-million cap hit, signed at age 28)

— Cory Crawford (six years, $36 million, $6-million cap hit, signed at age 29)

— Martin Jones (six years, $34.5 million, $5.75-million cap hit, signed at age 27)

— Mike Smith (six years, $34 million, $5,666,667cap hit, signed at age 31)

— Jimmy Howard (six years, $31.7 million, $$5,291,666 cap hit, signed at age 29)

After signing Hellebuyck, can the Jets afford to keep the rest of their core? .
Connor Hellebuyck's six-year, $37-million contract extension was a deal Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff had to make after the goaltender's play was a huge part of the team's success this past season. But now, Cheveldayoff's attention turns to the next task at hand: locking up the rest of his core. Cheveldayoff and his staff have drafted well over the last five years, which means a lot of restricted free agents will need new contracts, all within a two-year span. It's a problem every GM would love to have, but it's difficult nonetheless.Here's a list of the Jets' current RFAs:PlayerPos.2017-18 cap hitJacob TroubaD$2.81MAdam LowryC$1.

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