Dallas Stars: payroll

Stars 2011-12 payroll, cap outlook

July, 11, 2011
7/11/11
11:11
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Here’s a look at where the Dallas Stars stand right now as far as payroll and salary cap commitments for the 2011-12 season.

A couple of notes on contracts: All the multi-year deals the Stars handed out in free agency were straight forward. Michael Ryder gets $3.5 million in each year of his two-year contract, Adam Pardy gets $2.0 million in each year of his contract and Vernon Fiddler gets $1.8 million each year of his three-year deal.

Loui Eriksson's contract has been shown in many places, including here at times, as a $4.2 million salary this season and a $4.266 cap hit, but those numbers are a little off. His salary is $4.1 million this season and his cap hit is $4.25 million, according to the Stars.

(Updated to included Eric Godard signing) So, with that out of the way, here is a look at the Stars’ situation. Going with a 23-man roster, the Stars have a little more than $50.0 million committed in actual salary at this point. If it’s a 22-man roster it would be more like $49.3 million. Their budget around $51.2 million and that includes some pad to cover call ups for injuries.

As for cap costs, they have $49.8 million committed to 23 players and it would about $49.1 for a 22-man roster. In either case it would be above the cap floor, which is $48.3 million.

Stars' 2011-12 salary and cap outlook

December, 29, 2010
12/29/10
5:46
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Here's a look at the salary and salary cap outlook for the Dallas Stars now that the team has agreed to a six-year, $19.8 million contract extension with defenseman Trevor Daley.

The Stars have 17 players under contract for next seas0n - 10 forwards, 5 defenseman and 2 goaltenders - for just under $41 million in actual salary commitments and $40.4 million in cap costs. Those cap costs include the $1.9375 million the Stars are still responsible for due to Sean Avery being taken via re-entry waivers by the New York Rangers.

The unrestricted free agents for the Stars at this point are forwards Brad Richards, Brian Sutherby and Brandon Segal and defensemen Karlis Skrastins and Jeff Woywitka.

They have no restricted free agents among the regular roster players this season.

Dallas Stars 2010-11 payroll and cap costs

October, 6, 2010
10/06/10
10:28
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The Stars have just under $45.7 million in actual payroll committed to their 2010-11 roster, which has 23 active players. As far as cap costs, the Stars are at just under $51.3 million, which currently ranks 22nd among the 30 NHL teams. That cap cost figure includes $1,937,500 hit the Stars still take for the New York Rangers claiming Sean Avery off re-entry waivers.


Stars salary cap and payroll update

September, 16, 2010
9/16/10
8:32
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Here’s a look at the salary cap and payroll situation for the Dallas Stars now that James Neal and Matt Niskanen are under contract.

Neal signed a two-year deal worth $5.75 million for a cap hit of $2.875 million. He’ll get paid $2.25 million this season and $3.5 million next season. Niskanen received a two-year deal worth $3 million for a cap hit of $1.5 million. His deal pays him $1.25 million this season and $1.75 million next season.

As far as actual salary costs the team will be paying this season, the Stars are now at just under $45.7 million for 23 likely roster players. That’s using the salary of Andrew Raycroft as the backup goaltender. Their internal budget for salary costs was said to be around $45 million.

As for salary cap costs, the Stars are at just under $51.3 million for those 23 players. The upper limit of the cap is $59.4 this season.

The cap cost figure also includes the $1,937,500 cap hit the Stars still take for the New York Rangers claiming Sean Avery off re-entry waivers.

Here’s a look at the likely roster for 2010-11 with each player’s roster for this season and his cap hit.


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