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The Noon Number: More Than Their Fair Shear(y)

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A look at some bargain bin booms

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56,538.46 - Cost per goal for Conor Sheary’s 13 tallies this season, lowest in the NHL among players on standard (non-entry-level or 35+) contracts, per CapFriendly. Sheary is joined in the top six in the League on this list by teammates Daniel Sprong (fourth at $60,416.67) and Nic Dowd (sixth at an even $75,000.00). Sheary and Sprong also rank sixth and seventh, respectively, in the League in cost per point and per shot, and Dowd comes in at third among forwards in cost per minute played ($999, which, damn, when you put it that way...).

Both Sprong and Dowd have one more year on their current deals (Sprong at $735,000, after which he’ll still be a restricted free agent, and Dowd at $750,000), and Sheary’s two-year/$3-million contract extension kicks in next season.