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01-28-2011, 02:29 PM
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Originally Posted by s3machine View Post
I think it definitely will be a tough signing.. The Kings will bring up his injury history and Williams' camp will bring up his production numbers in comparison to what others with the same stats make.

Seeing Williams and Quick celebrate together at the end of the shootout last night was awesome.. Justin plays his heart out when hes there and you cant deny the experience hes had with his name being engraved on the Stanley Cup..

I find myself yelling at cussing at my TV plenty of times when Williams loses the puck and is pushed around in true Mr. Glass fashion.. but man.. it would really hurt to see him go.. Hes a great player and locker room guy to have.
Agreed 100%. I think the ideal solution would be for Williams to understand managements concern on giving a long term contract and be willing to sign for one year, and vice versa for management to agree he's worth a raise and pay him his worth on a one year deal. Maybe a 1 year extension at $4.5 - $5 million?

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