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07-10-2010, 06:54 PM
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Originally Posted by I am The Mush View Post
He's had one significant bodily injury in the last 5 years. His production this year was bad, because he was playing through an injury, then when he rested over the Olympics and came back he was on fire. He clearly can still score at a formidable pace.

I'm not saying you're wrong, but I am saying that's a stupid reason.
There is some statistical evidence that baseball free agents that resign with their original club outperform free agents that change teams, The theory is that there is informational asymmetry, that is the players team choose not to keep have issues that only their current team knows.

Could that possibly be the case with Gagne? Could it be that the Flyers have information that makes them think he's too big a risk that we or other teams don't have.

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