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11-16-2012, 03:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Fugu View Post
Exactly where did you get the teams financial results?

No, I was pointing out what Sakic's true market value, as an RFA, was at that time. A big market team was willing to pay an RFA that type of money because he was one of the best players in the world.

Now, if we go back about ten years, I don't think anyone considered Colorado a small market team, did they? Weber's may be the first case of a small market team actually taking the poison pill.
Colorado wasn't considered big market either. They are/were a mid-range market.

Toronto, NY, etc. are considered big market.

Ergo, what he said was correct.

Sakic, in a mid-market, made much more than Lindros who was in a large market.

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