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Pittsburgh Penguins 2009 – 2010 Salary Cap Numbers

Pittsburgh Penguins 2009 – 2010 Salary Cap Numbers.  This list has the Salary numbers up until the last year that a Penguin is signed.  2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.   As of today, the Penguins salary cap space is almost nothing and fluxuates day by day depending on call-ups from the WBS Penguins.

Pittsburgh Penguins 2010 – 2011 Salary Cap Numbers

2010 Pittsburgh Penguins Free Agents

Amounts are in millions.  UFA – Unrestricted Free Agent.  RFA – Restricted Free Agent.  In yellow is this years unrestricted free agents.  In grey is this years restricted free agents.

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  1. Mister's Gravatar Mister
    May 24, 2010 at 6:48 pm | Permalink

    Kunitz-Crosby-Malkin A new Super first line
    Tangradi-Staal-Guerin A Bigline with high scoring potential
    Cooke-Talbot-Kennedy A very good checking line
    Rupp-Adams-Dupuis A line with size and speed

    Lovejoy-Brooks A shutdown defensive pair


    Put Crosby together with Malkin, we never had this kind of super duo since Lemieux-Jagr. I think Staal looks like a future Ron Francis, a star center with both offensiv and defensive skill.
    We need 2 big lines, not 3. Our checking line look almost the same like last year, only that Talbot get bigger minutes. Staal is ready for more ice-time, especially on PP. We need a first defensmen in our line up. I think we gonna lose Gonchar.
    What do you think about the lineup??

  2. Alex's Gravatar Alex
    May 23, 2010 at 8:30 pm | Permalink




  3. zack's Gravatar zack
    May 13, 2010 at 9:26 pm | Permalink

    let gonchar, and fedotenko go, call up lovejoy, and try to go after ray whitney, hed be good with malkin or crosby, hes an elite winger and hes not that pricey.

  4. Jenn's Gravatar Jenn
    April 19, 2010 at 2:02 pm | Permalink

    I don’t think that Feds will be sticking around after the playoffs are over. We’ve been fairing pretty well without him the past few games, he needs to up his playing a lot if they put him back in the lineup to prove he should stay in Pitts. I bet that Shero re-signs all the rest of the UFA’s. Wish we could pick up Iginila from the Flames. Could you imagine a Iginla-Cros-Kunitz line? hmm.. That would make for some good hockey.

  5. Fleetwood's Gravatar Fleetwood
    April 14, 2010 at 10:33 pm | Permalink

    Fleury is terrible and is killing the Pens cap space. He is statistically the 3rd worst starting goalie in the league this year, and for those who say he’s won a cup. I say we have won the cup in spite of him, not because of him. He’s definitely not worth $5 million a year. Also, the Pens are losing Gonchar most likely after this year, so they would be better off with an average goalie like Johnson who put up nearly identical Save% and GAA numbers as Fluery for $5 million less dollars! We could afford to pay Gonchar and pick up another scoring winger if we didn’t have to pay Fluery $5 million a year to be an a below average goalie who gives up at least one soft goal a night, and can’t finish in the top 30 in any statistical categories. I think the Pens have done a great job with personnel over the years, but what were they thinking locking this bum up for multiple years!

  6. shoot66's Gravatar shoot66
    April 1, 2010 at 10:21 pm | Permalink

    Dustin Jeffrey-Malkin-Free agent
    Kennedy-Staal-Cooke/Nick Johnson

    Free Agent-Strait/Depres

    Free agent

    • mister cool's Gravatar mister cool
      June 15, 2010 at 9:55 pm | Permalink

      get Dan Hamhuis,Lee Stempniak,Anton Volchenkov,Tomas Holmstrom,Colby Armstrong, and try to get Patrick Marleau all from free agent

  7. shoot66's Gravatar shoot66
    March 20, 2010 at 2:49 am | Permalink

    With Ruslan, Billy, Alexi, Eaton, Cooke, Gonchar all possibly gone for next year the Pen's have around $14Mill, re sign Letang long term, still some could cap room for a higher end forward. Tangradi should be up along with Dustin Jeffrey playing wing, Lovejoy filling a spot on blueline,maybe re-sign Jordan? There will be a few “higher “end forwards coming up July1.

    July 22, 2009 at 7:22 am | Permalink

    The Penguins according to my notes have pretty close to $1.7 million left in cap space. A suggestion: The UFA/RFA designation would be eaiser to read if you kept their colors coordinated through-out the spreadsheet.
    Johnson signed for $525k – and I think that still leaves us approx. $1.7 million under.

  9. shoot66's Gravatar shoot66
    June 13, 2009 at 3:52 pm | Permalink

    Kunitz, Eaton , I love Gill but he is too slow all gotta go
    Try and keep Ruslan, Billy, Scuderi have keep Mr. 5 on 3
    Should try and package first two and next years first rounder for another winger for Sid, next years draft not very good.

    • Penguin871's Gravatar Penguin871
      June 13, 2009 at 4:50 pm | Permalink

      If it wasn’t for Gill clearing in front of the net during penalty kills with Washington and Philly, I don’t think we end up playing Detroit. Try to keep the D intact.

      I would be surprised if we see Guerin or Satan next year, Sykora is a big maybe, Sid talked to him for a long time while they were celebrating the cup, I bet he was telling him he should stay.

      Feds and ziggy are two that I bet Shero is working on, Guerin would have to come in at about 1/2 or less than what he’s getting this year.


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