Habs' off-season moves (all trades, proposals & free agent talk here) V
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06-10-2013, 09:41 AM
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Location: Canberra, Australia
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I wouldn't agree, how do two first rounders get even close to compensating for the loss of 22mil? It's very unlikely that those two prospects would be able to generate that sort of money as players and it could be 4-5 years before they benefit the roster enough to provide playoff revenue or something of the sort and even that's not guaranteed. It's a business and it's an investment, it isn't about making the team better and improving the prospect pool. Unless there are tangible benefits or a near guarantee of a performance increase (7 first round picks) over several years, it just doesn't make sense. However, we don't have access to economic information so we are all just guessing.
This same ownership group just spent 600 million overall, again, it is called a high risk, high reward investment.
The dipietro contract with a first? A low risk and low reward investment.
We have access to all the econ information necessary. We know:
1) the cost of dipietro.
2) the expected value of a playoff round (7 million)
3) the cost of borrowing: 5% or so.
4) the average historical performance of draft picks.
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