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12-14-2011, 11:32 AM
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Up until about March of 2011, Tomas Kaberle's contract was viewed as one of the best bargains and cost efficient contracts in the NHL. That's cause he was a
45 to 55pts Dman making 4.25M.

It wasn't until he was traded to Boston and stopped producing points at his usual pace, that his 4.25M contract, was now viewed as a bad one.

We've seen countless dmen come to MTL to play on the PP only to see their point totals skyrocket in Montreal.

IF (and I realize it's a fairly big IF) Kaberle can help run the Habs PP to its normal potential, he'll easily produce at his regular pace...which will then again mean, his contract will once more become a bargain.

Like I always say...cap space and cap value is always relative to performance.

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