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Los Angeles Times Reporting

Los Angeles Times Reporting The Florida Panthers have signed Brent Seabrook to an offer sheet worth $4,265,000 for 3 years.

The Kings have 7 days to match the offer or receive FLA 2009 Rnd 1, FLA

The Kings seem to be taking their time and looking at this very strategically.

If the Kings do match,......................................................
If the Kings do match, then the Kings will retain a key piece of the puzzle to last seasons success. If the Kings don’t match, then the Panthers appear to be in cap trouble. With 11 players locked up for a total of $38.5 million what will Carter do as the Florida Panthers still have not locked up Rod Brind'Amour.

Consensus around the league appears to show little interest in Niedermayers $7,000,000,000 dollars.

Scott Niedermayer - $7,000,000
Robert Luongo - $5,800,000
Mike Green - $4,750,000
Brent Seabrook - $4,265,000
Dany Heatley - $3,159,000
David Booth - $2,950,000
Simon Gagne - $2,850,000
Brad Richards - $2,398,000
Karel Rachunek - $1,982,500
Mike Knuble - $1,850,000
Chris Chelios - $1,450,000

Rod Brind'Amour likes Panthers offer of 3 years @ $5,100,000

We will wait and see what the Kings will do. They may just take all 7 days!