DiPietro Discussion Thread Part II (Post 746 **Placed on Waivers**)
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12-23-2012, 06:11 PM
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Hindsight is 20/20.
The only reason it is a horrible contract is because of Rick's injuries and being injury prone.
If Rick was putting together 35 win seasons? 40 win season? (He had back to back seasons of 30 & 32 wins. Nothing overly amazing, I know.)
If Rick was putting up 35-40 win seasons it would be one of the better contracts in the history of the NHL.
I agree with you. Despite people on here claiming the are soothsayers (i looked, they are not) it definitely was a risk/reward contract. What people tend to disregard here due to their jaded pessimism is the fact that even contracts that seem good can go sour. Look at Luongo's. He can't win in the playoffs and even though he puts up great regular season numbers Vancouver is looking to get out of that contract ASAP. So any contract in reality becomes risk/reward.
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