Thread: Value of: Mike Komisarek
View Single Post
Old
08-12-2012, 03:10 PM
  #84
seanlinden
Registered User
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 17,592
vCash: 500
Quote:
Originally Posted by WarriorofTime View Post
Because Komisarek is much worse than both of those. And just because other bad contracts exist doesn't make Komisareks better.

30 year old 3rd pairing defensive defenseman who has been -9, -8, and -15 the last three years and has a $4.5 cap hit.. What do you think his value is? Maybe you can get Lebda back if you add a 2nd.
Right now he is -- but the guy is still well capable of rebounding to be a #4 shutdown dman if the Leafs change to a more defensive philosophy like it seems they will do. Wideman/Carle have never been much more than #3 defencemen, and with a long term deal of course comes a risk discount.


Calgary and Tampa Bay certainly don't think they're bad contracts -- which in turn makes them not bad contracts -- just fair market value in today's market.

As for trade value, i'm not suggesting that Komisarek has much, I'm simply saying that it's ludicrous to suggest that Komisarek is incapable of earning his $4.5m cap hit.

Quote:
Originally Posted by GordieHoweHatTrick View Post
That's cute, use examples of other bad contracts to support your argument. Maybe one day we could compare Toronto's good contracts with other good contracts and a good team with other good teams instead of this petty nit-picking of stats and numbers of crap players to compare to our own crap players.
These contracts aren't bad -- they are fair market value today. They are the cost of acquiring players with no assets moving the other direction.


Last edited by seanlinden: 08-12-2012 at 03:17 PM.
seanlinden is offline   Reply With Quote