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    Bruins & Seguin On Verge Of Extension

    David Pagnotta ‏@TheFourthPeriod
    Expect the Boston Bruins to announce a new contract extension for Tyler Seguin soon (before week is up). In the $5.3M-$6M aav range.
    Pagnotta went on to say.....

    David Pagnotta ‏@TheFourthPeriod
    Correction, 6years not 5 for Seguin
    Over the past few days there have been talks that Seguin wants to get something done before the CBA agreement or NHL lockout happens. There is no question that he's the future of the team and to sign him for 6 years would be amazing.

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    6 years, 34.5 million- just announced

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    Beautiful


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    Perfect length and perfect price.

    Chiarelli has outdone himself.

    Great news to start the day with

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    solid, solid deal

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    This is an excellent pick-me-up after barely surviving my morning class


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    Awesome news, PC is doing well! 5.75 annually, I like it!

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    Under $6 million per is a fantastic job by PC. I think Tyler realized that he could either get paid or take a small cut and continue to have talent around him and he made the right choice. Had he played this season and taken that next step he could have easily gotten $6.5+ per year.

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    5.75 per. How was PC able to get his contract become less than Hall's contract amazes me.

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    Very good to hear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by B'sCeltsPatsSox View Post
    5.75 per. How was PC able to get his contract become less than Hall's contract amazes me.
    Why's that? They're at the exact same spot.. Seguin chose to accept a little bit of a paycut compared to Hall.

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    I expected Seguin to be under T. Hall a little bit in salary, I'm pumped they signed him but looking at stats, Hall has been the more productive player and he has played in 29 less games than Seguin has....

    Hall: 126 Games, 49 goals, 46 assists, 95 points, 0.75 PPG
    Seguin: 155 Games, 40 goals, 49 assists, 89 points, 0.57 PPG

    On the PP:

    Hall has 21 PPG to Seguin's 6 PPG

    Their careers are obviously just starting, its going to be great to see Seguin flying around the garden for at least 7 more years, but i wouldn't be amazed we got him at a better price than Hall b/c Hall is the better player right now and does deserve a higher contract. IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruins>habs View Post
    I expected Seguin to be under T. Hall a little bit in salary, I'm pumped they signed him but looking at stats, Hall has been the more productive player and he has played in 29 less games than Seguin has....

    Hall: 126 Games, 49 goals, 46 assists, 95 points, 0.75 PPG
    Seguin: 155 Games, 40 goals, 49 assists, 89 points, 0.57 PPG

    On the PP:

    Hall has 21 PPG to Seguin's 6 PPG

    Their careers are obviously just starting, its going to be great to see Seguin flying around the garden for at least 7 more years, but i wouldn't be amazed we got him at a better price than Hall b/c Hall is the better player right now and does deserve a higher contract. IMO
    Tough to really compare because they play two different roles for their team

    Hall has gotten 18+ minutes a night every year. Seguin got 12 minutes a night his rookie year and then 16 this past year. I'm more of a per TOI guy and when you look at them they are basically equal.

    TOI/G - Hall (47:26) & Seguin (53:08)
    TOI/A - Hall (50:29) & Seguin (46:43)
    TOI/Pt - Hall (24:16) & Seguin (25:06)

    I'd say Seguin is the more completely player but right now Hall is the better offensive threat. Had Hall not gotten hurt he'd probably have back to back 30 goal seasons.

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    PC...you have been amazing these past few days...

    Resigning Marchand and now Seguin...amazing deals and way to lock up these 2 players
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