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05-26-2008, 06:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Mr Bugg View Post
At the bare minimum, I'd love to see a system where if a player under-performs 90% of his peers who make similar money, a team has the option to either a) cut the player or b) reduce the player's salary to half (if the player has one year left on his contract).
Define "underperforms".

Did Chris Draper under-perform numerous other third-line centers this season by virtue of only putting up 9 goals?

This mindset gets us down the slippery slope whereby fantasy league standards alone (read: individual offensive numbers) are substituted for what constitutes a superb hockey player who contributes to his team in all areas of the ice.

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