How to Get the Best Trade Value for Your Favorite Team in 2018
This year, we’re taking a look at how to get the best value in trades for your favorite team.
It’s not an easy task, but if you follow the steps below, you can expect to get your pick of a blockbuster deal.
This list is based on the value of a franchise player or two.
It does not take into account the salary cap or any sort of long-term deal.
The key here is to understand what players can provide for your team over a long period of time.
For example, you might value a franchise center like Ryan Getzlaf over a potential top-six winger like Joe Pavelski.
This is where a few things become important.
First, the player’s cap hit (in millions of dollars) is not the same as the value for a future contract.
The value of the player is based purely on his career earnings, and you will get a better return on a good player if you trade for a quality prospect than if you keep the player on the roster.
Second, the cost of a contract is a big variable.
The cost of salary can fluctuate based on how many years you’re able to negotiate.
For a top-pair center, for example, the average cap hit is $6.4 million a year, or $4.2 million per season.
The price tag on a top pairing forward, however, is closer to $4 million per year.
This means the price tag for a top pair forward is higher than the price for a center, especially if you’re looking to upgrade your roster with a top prospect.
And if you need help finding an elite forward, it’s worth noting that players like Tyler Seguin and Jonathan Toews are both projected to be $20 million or more per year over their careers.
The point here is that there are a lot of players on the market right now who could provide big-time value for your franchise.
This guide is not going to take into consideration a player’s team salary, so you’ll have to do your own homework.
What You Need to Know About the Trade Value Formula The formula used by NHL.com to determine the value to be paid for a player is this: (Player’s Team Salary + Player’s Contract Cap Hit) × 1.0 = Value To Be Paid.
To make this calculation easy, we’ve taken the salaries of the players on your team and divided by the team’s cap room.
Here are the teams that we’ve included in this guide: Boston Bruins Boston has one of the deepest rosters in the league.
The Bruins have a lot going for them, with prospects like Matt Bartkowski, Travis Zajac, and Alex Galchenyuk to name a few.
The team also has a strong defensive corps, with two stars in Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron, plus some solid young forwards.
But it also has some young, expensive free agents to contend with, like Ryan Spooner, Jordan Staal, and David Pastrnak.
The good news is that the Bruins have the cap space to move forward with some of their stars.
However, the Bruins will need to pay them fairly.
The most obvious answer is to use the cap room for their players to remain healthy, but this is risky.
They might decide to keep some of those players on their roster for the long term, even if it’s not a good deal.
Second is to keep an eye on their cap hit to ensure they don’t have a big cap hit in the next few years.
This can be tricky because it can affect their ability to make deals.
It may be easier to simply sign a player to a longer-term extension if he or she can earn a large salary in the future, but the Bruins are going to want to keep those contracts for the time being.
For now, the biggest question mark on this list is what teams will pay the players they acquire.
Some teams will be willing to pay a high amount of money for the team.
Boston will need that flexibility, but it also means they’ll need to give the players significant extensions.
As you can see, the team has a few options for this type of situation.
If the Bruins can acquire a player like the one you see above, they’ll likely give the player $5.9 million per contract.
If they want to be able to use their cap room to sign a quality player to an extension, they may be willing the team will pay a bit more.
They could also decide to make a deal for a younger, cheaper option.
Theoretically, the Boston Bruins could use this $5 million on a young prospect to add depth to their roster.
The idea is to give up the $5-million salary and have the player be a rental player at a very reasonable price.
They’re also free to use this money on a potential first-round pick or future first-rounder, which will make the team more attractive to teams like Toronto