Thread: Ryane Clowe
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05-07-2013, 03:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Bleed Ranger Blue View Post
Would you agree that one of the major issues with the Rangers is signing players to long-term contracts based on what they have done rather than what they will done?

And if so, wouldnt you agree thats exactly what you're doing with Clowe?
I agree the problem is the Rangers hand out long-term contracts to players who are deteriorating.

Clowe @ 3 years is not he same thing as Richards for 9 or Gomez for 7.

It is all about signing a player to a contract that is market value. If Clowe scores 35 points next season and has 100PIM's making 3.5 million, there would be a market for him around the league. Plenty of playoff experience. Tough as nails. Good along the boards. Good PP player.

I am a fan of players who can be multi-dimensional. A player who can effect a game in multiple ways is normally a decent investment because even if they aren't scoring, they can contribute to wins.

He can play anywhere in the top-9 at that contract I proposed and help that line and this team win.

I also don't think he is as "run-down" as you seem to.

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