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by Paul on 09/11/09 at 08:42 AM ET
from Larry Brooks of the NY Post,
The contract situation is the same as it has been for weeks. The Rangers have their one-year qualifying offer of $522,500 on the table to Dubinsky that represents nearly an 18-percent cut in pay from last year, when he earned $635,000, including Entry Level bonuses.
The Blueshirts also have offered various multi-year deals, but they all fall substantially short of what Dubinsky would be able to command next summer coming off a productive season. A 55-60 point year—hardly a stretch to expect as Gaborik’s linemate—would almost certainly bump Dubinsky to $3M per in arbitration.
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