P.K. Subban Thread - Mk III - Unsigned Edition
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01-18-2013, 05:39 PM
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Well, he had less ice-time per game than Hamrlik (very minimal but still true) 2-seasons ago. Wiz averaged more ice-time per game than both, although I'm not sure how much of that was due to his ice-time in NYI.
He was a #1 last year while Kulikov was a #3, hence the two minutes of TOI difference per game. I don't see how Kulikov is worth $2.5M and Subban think he's worth $6M. The difference between them is not $3.5M. It's not even $2M at this point. If Subban proves he can be the #1 defenseman again this season and show some more consistency, then by all means, sign him long-term.
I would rather see MB and PK agree to a 1-year deal and work on the long term thing this off-season.
Give him $4M to play the rest of this season and then figure the rest out in the summer
Absolutely ridiculous. If Markov holds up this year, he'll be putting in 25 minutes a night again. And how has 1-year of being a #1 defenseman say "he's always been a #1." Well, no, he hasn't. Two seasons ago, he had less ice-time than Hamrlik (both total and per game, although minimal) and possibly Wiz (don't feel like doing the math for Wiz).
And Kulikov will probably average at least 24 minutes a night this year, so he's not that far off what PK did last year. 2-minutes per game is a big gap, but not a crazy gap. Especially when Kulikov scored at a higher PPG pace.
I think you are grossly under estimating PK's value to this team, now. In the time he has played for us he has shown to be very capable of number 1 duties. He has stepped up when Markov was not there. Plays in all situations PP, PK and top minutes against the other teams better lines. I am not sure you meant that(what is bolded) but if you argue he is not worth 6 million why would you pay him 4 for this shortened season, that pro rates to 6.7 million?
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