Naslund: Tom [Renney] probably was ahead of his time
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01-05-2008, 03:04 PM
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Originally Posted by
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imo, if he duplicates his production of last season and plays his steady, all around game that he's played his entire career, he is worthy of his contract.
that is where the disappointment comes from, not the initial.. "he's not worth blabal". he's worth it because he's performed to that level the past two seasons, and thats what he's earned as a result.
the fact he ISN'T performing to that level this year makes him disappointing.
He's not worth 7 million from his past two seasons, Sather's just an idiot.
67 and 69 points aren't worthy of 7 million dollar contracts, a goal is a point just like an assist is a point, whether he matches 67 and 69 points with mostly goals or mostly assists, I'd be more than pleased.
He's on pace for 58 points, so to your logic, if he's got his money and is worth 7 million due to the past two seasons, if he gets 10 more points than he's worthy of his money, but you also just stated that if he doubles his production he's worth his money, so I'm confused..
The fact of the matter is if Drury puts up 100+ points a year or 100, while still being amazing in all the other departments he helps a team win in, then he's worth 7 million, but that won't ever happen.
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