Q&A with NHL analyst Ryan Miller about NHL transactions
The NHL has announced that it will release a list of the top 100 deals that will affect players in the NHL next season, and one of the biggest deals of the year is one that’s likely to get a lot of attention.
The list will be released this week and includes the biggest players, their contracts and the value of the deals for each team.
That’s right, the number one player on the NHL’s list of top 100 free agents, Ryan Miller, is not the guy that was the biggest free agent in recent years.
Instead, he is a contract negotiator.
So what exactly is a player a contract negotiation is?
A contract negotiation means that a player has agreed to a long-term contract with the NHL.
It’s essentially a contract with a player.
In other words, it’s a long term agreement that allows the player to get paid.
In many cases, a player who signs a longterm deal with the league will not receive a cent of any salary that year.
Instead the team pays a lump sum, usually about $1 million, and the player will receive that money.
That money goes to the players pension fund.
In the case of Ryan Miller and the New York Rangers, the Rangers will pay Miller a $4 million bonus.
The players salary cap is expected to be about $70 million, so that $4.4 million figure will represent about 3% of that total.
That 3% figure is a fair way to describe the total value of this contract.
In many cases this would represent a lot less than the amount the player is actually worth in salary.
But what if you want to understand how much a player is worth in real dollars?
If you look at what the players salary is set to be in the upcoming season, Miller’s deal is worth about $7 million.
So if he were to sign a three-year contract with $7.5 million guaranteed, that would represent about 6% of the total cap.
Now, we can compare Miller’s value to that of the players contracts with different incentives.
So for example, a four-year, $20 million deal for Miller would have about $8.6 million in guarantees, which is slightly higher than a two-year deal for Ryan Johansen, which has a similar amount of guaranteed money ($10 million).
Miller’s deal with Washington was $4,000,000 per season.
He is a four year, $28,000-per-year player, and he’s the highest paid player in the league.
His deal with Philadelphia is a two year, a $5.5-million deal with a $6 million signing bonus.
He has a $2.5 percent signing bonus and a $3.5% performance bonus.
That’s not a bad deal for a guy like Miller.
But he’s not the highest-paid player in his own league.
In the National Hockey League, that title belongs to Dustin Brown, who is coming off a $7-million contract and a two plus years.
That doesn’t mean that Miller’s contract with New York was a bad contract.
It is a bad one.
But it’s not necessarily a bad long-range deal.
What it means is that the Rangers can use their $4-million bonus on the following year’s salary cap.
In some cases, the team can do this for players that signed for $10-million per season, for example.
In fact, the only players that will receive a significant pay cut next season are the Rangers and New York.
The Rangers will get a $1.2-million signing bonus on Miller, and that will help them offset some of the cost of a signing bonus they may not have gotten.
But what about Miller’s $5-plus-million salary next season?
That will drop to about $3 million.
If the team signs him for $7-$8 million per season instead of $8 million, Miller will receive an additional $3-million.
The difference between the Rangers salary cap and Miller’s salary is about $2 million.
That amount will go toward his salary cap in 2019-20.
So, the next year will not be a good year for Miller.
He will not see a significant salary increase, and in fact, he may have a smaller cap hit in 2019 than he will in 2021-22.
But the Rangers are getting a decent player, especially one with a high ceiling.
If the Rangers want to keep Miller, he has a lot more than $4 and a lot fewer than $5 million.