Offseason Thread 2012 II: Offseason Harder
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06-14-2012, 11:46 AM
RIP Andy B.
Join Date: Feb 2003
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Originally Posted by
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IMO, it has gone beyond the point of any sort of discount for Nashville. They will be competing with Detroit and whomever else is willing to hit 7+ million a year on a deal.
I don't think I'd eliminate the possibility of him re-signing, but it certainly has to fall into the realm of a toss-up or unlikely at this point.
Suter not resigning, imo, INCREASES the likelihood of a Weber deal, not decreases it. My thinking is that Weber probably is less likely to simply resign than test Free Agency without Suter AND Nashville isn't going to want to get burned twice in consecutive years with no return on Suter, then Weber.
well you also have to find out what Weber wants going forward with regards to free agency. If he is 100 percent deadset on testing UFA next offseason there is no way I am trading players like JVR,Schenn and multiple draft picks so I can take a chance at talking him out of it. I would want a long term deal signed this summer.
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