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01-25-2012, 12:29 PM
Join Date: Jan 2011
Keeping the status quo might just do the trick, for the first time in a long time when it comes to goaltending. Bobrovsky is showing signs of improvement and no doubt his development is being aided by having competition for starts - just as much as it is being hindered by not getting as many. When his contract expires, he's restricted - so we will retain his rights with a qualifying offer. The problem there is, his current salary cap hit is a little steep for a backup goaltender - especially given how much the starter is making. Bobrovsky easily earns his money, but will there be room for it in a couple of years?
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