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01-23-2013, 09:53 PM
Kriss E
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Originally Posted by HankyZetts View Post
2 years 8-9 million. Let's see if PK can develop into a legit big money d-man before we pay him like one.
There's a rumor that came out just before the Hot Stove came out with Bergevin's offer of 2y at about 2.75M per. That rumor said PK would agree to a 6y 24M deal.

Originally Posted by HomaridII View Post
Question is, does Subban accept six years 4.5 per year lets say or does he want to be paid what he thinks he is worth?

Mcguire seemed to think today that 5 years at a number close to 5 mill per year gets it done.

Pacioretty took a discount to remain a Hab and have security, would Subban do the same?
As I said, there's a rumor that came out that PK would accept 6y 24M.
He also said in the article that he isn't asking for anything huge. The kid actually said that. He says he's not being unreasonable. So I have a very hard time believing he would say that and then ask for 6M+.

Originally Posted by SouthernHab View Post
That is a red herring argument.

PK is (was) our #1 DMan because Markov was injured and the rest of our DMen would be fortunate to be bottom pairing or even worse, # 7 or #8.

Would PK be a #1 in Boston? Vancouver? Chicago?

Perspective is needed.
It's one thing to be #1 by default, it's another to be #1 by default and be effective at it, which he were.

Perspective isn't always applicable.

Would Karlsson be #1 in Nashville? Probably not. So?
You can say Markov is ahead of PK, making him our #2. Is this supposed to be a knock on him, as if Markov is just a decent Dman and PK isn't that great after all??

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