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05-16-2013, 10:27 AM
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Originally Posted by arsmaster View Post
What makes you think this, I've opened this debate with people on this site many times. What exactly has Chris Tanev done to warrant more money.

10 points in 102 NHL games (Regular season and playoffs). Generally for teams to want to offersheet, there needs to be some semblance of production.

It's not there with Tanev.

We know Subban didn't sign one, and we know that he is a much better player at this point than Tanev.

Are teams really going to overpay for a guy who really hasn't established himself as a player who can handle big minutes against good competition.

I definitely don't see it as being realistic.
it's just instinct i have about the kind of player he is now and his upside potential. the kid is a gem. i don't factor in his point production at all. i could care less if he has zero points, his hockey sense is off the charts.

i totally agree with this article

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