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One Stays, One May Be Gone

from the Ottawa Sun,
How hard did the Senators work to keep Chara? As hard as Redden? How much did Chara even want to stay? Is money more important to Chara than winning a Stanley Cup here? Redden, who was frustrated after the Senators were eliminated in the second round of the playoffs by the Sabres, made it sound back then that if he didn't get the answers he wanted from management, he might hit the road himself. But he wound up putting his money where his mouth was to try and fit both himself and Chara in the Senators' payroll structure. As near as can be figured, the Senators had about $12 million (all terms US) to spend on both of them. Redden apparently offered the Senators this deal: He would take $6 million if they could convince Chara to do the same.
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