Bruins working out new contract for Tyler Seguin
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08-26-2012, 07:13 PM
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None of those teams have existing cores (Eric Staal can't be a core group unto himself), and those young players are immediately core players. Seguin, while an intended core player, is joining a well-established core group. Different situations.
I see your point, but will his agent and will he when he's seen 3 comparable players sign the deals that I mentioned? Do you risk a 2-3 year deal and then have to pony up a lot more at the end of that deal?
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