The Edmonton Oilers will be splitting their cap overages from last season over the next two years, PuckPedia reported Tuesday.
The Oilers will split their $676K in overages over 2020-21/2021-22 with there being a $338k hit against the cap each season.
PuckPedia has learned #LetsGoOilers will be electing to split their $676K bonus carryover overage over next 2 years – $338K/year
Currently $8.25M Proj. Cap Space w/ 19 players (12F/6D/1G) inc $4.9M dead cap hit
RFA: Bear, Athanasiou, Benning, Puljujarvihttps://t.co/yC72vfAUSy
— PuckPedia (@PuckPedia) October 6, 2020
Mike Smith got the largest bonus’ this offseason, according to PuckPedia. He received a $500k bonus for playing 35 games with over 30 minutes plus a pro-rated $250k to $213,415 as the games played was pro-rated from 40.
Gaetan Haas received a $212,500 bonus for being one of the top three Oilers in +/-. Caleb Jones got a $26k bonus for games played, while Bear for a $19k bonus for pro-rated games played.
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