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Old Posted Oct 18, 2019, 2:47 PM
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After paying more attention to Cap Friendly I noticed the cap relief is calculated on a daily basis not a per game basis. I have adjusted the calculations to reflect this. I also realized my first calculation didn't take into account that there is a player on the roster in place of the existing player eating cap space. I have adjusted each players daily cap relief taking into account there is a player earning $700,000 in their respective roster spot. My updated calculation, if correct has Buff able to return in 6 Days. Again this can be affected by other things such as call up or players returning from LTIR, all of which would slow down the rate at which the Cap relief changes each day.

$7,243,553.00 Current Cap Space
$7,600,000.00 Buff's Cap Hit
$ 356,447.00 Cap Space Required for Buff to return

$ 37,704.92 Per Day Buff Suspended
$ 25,091.07 Per Day Little on LTIR
$ 1,639.34 Per Day Beaulieu on LTIR
$ 64,435.33 Per Day Cap Relief

$ 356,447.00 Required Cap Space
/$ 64,435.33 Per Day Cap Relief
5.53 or 6 Days till Buff Fits under the Cap
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Old Posted Oct 18, 2019, 5:45 PM
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They also don't need to be compliant until the end of season. So could make roster changes later to do this. Also need to factor in bonus overages. There aren't a huge amount of potential performance bonuses this year. It's only Roslovis and Gustaffson, so shouldn't be a huge issue. But they need to be accounted for or else Jets could take a hit next season.
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Old Posted Oct 18, 2019, 5:51 PM
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Yes, I used the Current Cap in stead of the Projected Cap but I think over the year Injuries and Cap management can make that up. If you go by Projected Cap you're looking at extending the 6 days by an additional 10 days, likely closer to 20 days considering Little will be back soon.
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Old Posted Oct 18, 2019, 6:39 PM
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They also don't need to be compliant until the end of season. So could make roster changes later to do this.
I don't think that's entirely true. My understanding is that the NHL will reject any player transaction that puts a team over the cap. They calculate average club salary on a daily basis and it needs to always be under the cap assuming nothing changes for the rest of the year. Which is what makes dmacc's analysis required as un-suspending Byfuglien is potentially one of those transactions that the NHL could reject.



(https://www.nhlpa.com/the-pa/cba)

The only thing that can ever actually get you over the cap is bonuses. Other than that the NHL has a hard cap that cannot ever be violated.
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Old Posted Oct 21, 2019, 3:50 PM
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With Little returning yesterday Buff watch gets pushed back another 7 days to October 27.

$7,373,677.00 Current Cap Space
$7,600,000.00 Buff's Cap Hit
$ 226,323.00 Cap Space Required for Buff to return

$ 37,704.92 Per Day Buff Suspended
$ 1,639.34 Per Day Beaulieu on LTIR
$ 34,434.26 Per Day Cap Relief

$ 226,323.00 Required Cap Space
/$ 34,434.26 Per Day Cap Relief
6.57 or 7 Days till Buff Fits under the Cap
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Old Posted Oct 22, 2019, 7:16 AM
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A very reliable source informed me on the weekend that Buff is definitely coming back, and should be on the roster by the All-Star Break, at the very latest. This is great news for the Jets.
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Old Posted Oct 22, 2019, 7:41 AM
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A very reliable source informed me on the weekend that Buff is definitely coming back, and should be on the roster by the All-Star Break, at the very latest. This is great news for the Jets.
How is it that you have such a great and reliable source when you live in Alberta?
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Old Posted Oct 28, 2019, 3:07 PM
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Damn i love those sweaters . I also liked the giant Trans Can highway signs.
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Old Posted Oct 28, 2019, 5:02 PM
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Thanks for posting those awesome pictures, WPG GUY. Could you please re-post this to the Mosaic Stadium thread? It was an awesome event for everyone. Great to hear such nice things afterward. And of course, The Jets won!!
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Old Posted Oct 29, 2019, 1:42 AM
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What a magical night for everybody. I love the Jets uniforms for the Heritage Classic!

They will wear these jerseys two more times. They will wear them on December 3 against Dallas, and Alumni night in February.

The Flames jerseys are pretty sweet as well.
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Old Posted Oct 29, 2019, 2:20 AM
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It's funny that the Riders were smart enough to put in colour-changing LEDs in the helmet cubicles, but True North put in blue-only LEDs throughout the concourse (and have slowly been replacing them already).
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Old Posted Oct 30, 2019, 6:05 PM
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But, But.... Darren Dreger says there's hope. But...
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Old Posted Oct 30, 2019, 8:38 PM
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So how much did you get it for, Biff?
On another note, I received this notice today:

https://www.nhl.com/jets/tickets/miniplans

In all my years as a season ticket holder, this is the first time I have seen them offer a mini plan like this, especially as the season has already started. I get the sense that sales are not all that strong this year.
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Old Posted Oct 30, 2019, 8:58 PM
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Is is really quite concerning if true. As much as I think prices are high, I would hate to see the team struggle financially. I want the team to be successful and strong so they can remain. I would hate to see the team struggle to the point of not being sustainable.
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Old Posted Oct 30, 2019, 8:59 PM
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On another note, I received this notice today:

https://www.nhl.com/jets/tickets/miniplans

In all my years as a season ticket holder, this is the first time I have seen them offer a mini plan like this, especially as the season has already started. I get the sense that sales are not all that strong this year.
TNSE has burned up all their goodwill with a rather poor effort when it comes to customer service and loyalty to their season ticket holders.

Virtually every game is available for season ticket holder prices, so why lock in with a multi-year agreement when you can pick and choose the games you want to see?

They really should've seen this coming with the market softening over the last few years and made at least a token effort to treat their STH base as something more than a cash cow to be milked dry at every opportunity.
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Old Posted Oct 30, 2019, 9:04 PM
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Is is really quite concerning if true. As much as I think prices are high, I would hate to see the team struggle financially. I want the team to be successful and strong so they can remain. I would hate to see the team struggle to the point of not being sustainable.
Well they were gifted a free, modern, downtown arena with all the concessions, luxury suites and amenities that go along with these things.

They also get $12M+ a year in tax breaks, subsidies, casino revenues, from the city and province.

It will be difficult to re-enlist many of the fans who've abandoned their seats...but maybe they should've thought about that a little bit before 2019?
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Old Posted Oct 30, 2019, 9:04 PM
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They had those last year and possibly the year before. Mini packs. But ya. I think we would expect this to happen going on 10 years after relocation.

The test will be to see if they can weather the storm. On ice product being a big factor.

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Well they were gifted a free, modern, downtown arena with all the concessions, luxury suites and amenities that go along with these things.

They also get $12M+ a year in tax breaks, subsidies, casino revenues, from the city and province.

It will be difficult to re-enlist many of the fans who've abandoned their seats...but maybe they should've thought about that a little bit before 2019?
They definitely did not get a free arena and have spent 10's of millions in renovations over the years. Subsidies though, yes lots of them.
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Old Posted Oct 30, 2019, 9:18 PM
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On another note, I received this notice today:

https://www.nhl.com/jets/tickets/miniplans

In all my years as a season ticket holder, this is the first time I have seen them offer a mini plan like this, especially as the season has already started. I get the sense that sales are not all that strong this year.
Ticket sales for sure have softened. They had their first announced non-sellout since coming to Winnipeg a few games ago.
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Old Posted Oct 30, 2019, 9:20 PM
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They had those last year and possibly the year before. Mini packs. But ya. I think we would expect this to happen going on 10 years after relocation.

The test will be to see if they can weather the storm. On ice product being a big factor.



They definitely did not get a free arena and have spent 10's of millions in renovations over the years. Subsidies though, yes lots of them.
The renovations are courtesy of the province of Manitoba. The VLT revenue is stipulated that it must be spend on arena upgrades.
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