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The Hockey Writers Oct 31, 2020

Red Wings: Making Sense of Tyler Bertuzzi’s New Contract

Maneuvering to sign young stars in the NHL has become somewhat of an art form since the salary-cap era began. There’s the need to appease the team’s future without rattling its existing core. Also, the deal needs to fit within the constraints of the team’s cap space. Finally, there’s the concern of driving up the […] The post Red Wings: Making Sense of Tyler Bertuzzi’s New Contract appeared first on The Hockey Writers.       
Detroit Free Press Oct 29, 2020
Why Red Wings' Tyler Bertuzzi has 'loved' Steve Yzerman's moves this offseason

Why Red Wings' Tyler Bertuzzi has 'loved' Steve Yzerman's moves this offseason

Detroit Red Wings general manager Steve Yzerman has made a number of moves that should help the Wings be more competitive        
Winging It In Motown Oct 29, 2020
Quick Hits: The Paintball Jerseys Edition

Quick Hits: The Paintball Jerseys Edition

Photo by Randy Shropshire/ for MGA Entertainment In Red Wings Land Detroit Red Wings’ Tyler Bertuzzi: ‘Nothing personal at all’ after arbitration - Freep “It’s a little different than anything I’ve ever been through, but it went smoothly and we’re happy we got a deal done,” Bertuzzi said. “There was a lot of talking going on. At the end of the day, we’re happy with a one-year deal. I’m looking forward to the season.” Just once I’d love to see a player who just came out of arbitration tell the local press “I really liked this place until that arbitration...
Detroit Free Press Oct 28, 2020
Detroit Red Wings' Tyler Bertuzzi: 'Nothing personal at all' after arbitration

Detroit Red Wings' Tyler Bertuzzi: 'Nothing personal at all' after arbitration

Tyler Bertuzzi said there's no hard feelings after ending up in arbitration opposite Detroit Red Wings GM Steve Yzerman.        
Detroit Free Press Oct 28, 2020
Tyler Bertuzzi on arbitration with Detroit Red Wings: 'It was a little different'

Tyler Bertuzzi on arbitration with Detroit Red Wings: 'It was a little different'

Tyler Bertuzzi describes taking the Detroit Red Wings to arbitration during a Zoom call with the media on Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2020.        
Winging It In Motown Oct 28, 2020
Quick Hits: The Arbiter of Sorrow Edition

Quick Hits: The Arbiter of Sorrow Edition

Photo by Dave Reginek/NHLI via In Red Wings Land Tyler Bertuzzi and Red Wings handed a 1 year, $3.5M Contract by Arbitrator - Peter Last season, Bertuzzi scored 21 goals and 27 assists in 71 games playing on Detroit’s top line. According to Cap Friendly, the comparables for today’s contract are Andre Burakovsy, Pavel Buchnevich, and Jakub Vrana I just wanted to share this again ♫Hair black, looking clearMy work is done soon hereTry signing back with meGet back which used to beDrink up, shoot inLet the beatings beginDistributor of painNext year you sign againTyler BertuzziYour...
Sportsnet.ca Oct 27, 2020
Red Wings forward Tyler Bertuzzi awarded $3.5M in arbitration

Red Wings forward Tyler Bertuzzi awarded $3.5M in arbitration

Detroit Red Wings forward Tyler Bertuzzi has been awarded $3.5 million for next season in arbitration, according to Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Last Word on Hockey Oct 27, 2020

Detroit Red Wings Re-Sign Tyler Bertuzzi

The Detroit Red Wings have re-signed restricted free agent forward Tyler Bertuzzi to a new contract. Bertuzzi took his contract negotiations to arbitration where he was awarded a one-year, $3.5 million contract. Arbitrator awards Tyler Bertuzzi $3.5M — Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) October 27, 2020   Red Wings Re-Sign Tyler Bertuzzi Bertuzzi was one of the […] The post Detroit Red Wings Re-Sign Tyler Bertuzzi appeared first on Last Word on Hockey.
Winging It In Motown Oct 27, 2020
Tyler Bertuzzi and Red Wings handed a 1 year, $3.5M Contract by Arbitrator

Tyler Bertuzzi and Red Wings handed a 1 year, $3.5M Contract by Arbitrator

Photo by Scott Grau/Icon Sportswire via After an arbitration hearing, Tyler Bertuzzi was awarded a one year contract for $3.5M for the 2020-21 season. Bertuzzi will still be a restricted free agent when the contract expires. His previous contract was 2 years for $1.4M AAV. Last season, Bertuzzi scored 21 goals and 27 assists in 71 games playing on Detroit’s top line. According to Cap Friendly, the comparables for today’s contract are: The number is below the threshold for the Wings to even be eligible to walk away, so that won’t even be a question. The conclusion of Red Wings...
Detroit Free Press Oct 27, 2020
Arbitration decision on Detroit Red Wings' Tyler Bertuzzi coming soon. Here's what each side filed

Arbitration decision on Detroit Red Wings' Tyler Bertuzzi coming soon. Here's what each side filed

Steve Yzerman and the Detroit Red Wings made their case on what Tyler Bertuzzi's upcoming salary should be. Here are the details:        
Winging It In Motown Oct 27, 2020
Quick Hits: The One Good One Very Bad Edition

Quick Hits: The One Good One Very Bad Edition

Photo by Dave Reginek/NHLI via In Red Wings Land As of this writing, no updates on the Tyler Bertuzzi situation. The arbitration hearing happened on Sunday and the arbitrator has until the end of today to announce the decision, which will bind the Wings and Bertuzzi into the amount and term awarded. It’s anticipated to be a one-year deal between $3.15 and $4.25M (the sides’ asking points), but is not required to be within that range. Elsewhere: In his new role, Trevor Daley will be based out of Pittsburgh and report directly to GM Jim Rutherford, assisting in player evaluations...
Winging It In Motown Oct 25, 2020
Quick Hits: The Today’s the Day Edition

Quick Hits: The Today’s the Day Edition

Photo by Dave Reginek/NHLI via In Red Wings Land The big news in Wings land right now is the pending arbitration for Tyler Bertuzzi (unless a deal get signed between when I wrote this and when it posted). The sides are more than a million apart right now but it’s not so drastic that any of the asks are ridiculous. The Wings have filed for $3.15M and an undisclosed term (either 1 or 2 years) while Bertuzzi has requested $4.25M. Since Bert filed, the Wings get to pick the term and will likely have the right to walk away from an arbitrator award if they don’t like it. This won’t...
Winging It In Motown Oct 24, 2020
Quick Hits: The Fair Value Edition

Quick Hits: The Fair Value Edition

Photo by Dave Reginek/NHLI via In Red Wings Land Tyler Bertuzzi, Red Wings reportedly $1 million apart on salary arbitration bids The Red Wings and forward Tyler Bertuzzi submitted their briefs Friday, ahead of Sunday’s scheduled arbitration hearing. Bertuzzi is asking for a $4.25 million salary, according to a report from Sportnet’s Elliotte Friedman, while the Wings are proposing $3.15 million. Just a reminder that the team typically comes in way low and the player comes in way hi...wait...Bertuzzi is asking pretty much fair market value? That’s weird. I still think that the...

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