TSN is reporting financial details that were previously not disclosed on the Marleau and Pavelski deals.
Marleau, who would have become an unrestricted free agent on July 1st, has agreed to a four-year deal worth $6.9 million per year, while Pavelski, a restricted free agent, has also agreed to a four-year contract, one that will pay him $4 million per year.
As noted above, Patrick Marleau is set to make $6.9 million per year, which seems a little high at first glance but isn't too far from the norm. Most are just worried about his inconsistency and tendency to not show up for long periods of time, but it's hard to deny that he's worth that much money when it all comes down to it. Joe Pavelski will be making $4 million per year, a low number that begs the question of whether or not he'll have an increased role to work at yet another contract for more money.
Up next would appear to be players such as Devin Setoguchi and Manny Malhotra. With these deals, the team looks to have another $12.22 million under the salary cap this year to work with.