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07-15-2013, 11:18 PM
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I doubt they start negotiating until after the season is over. They'll want to see if he can play well on a consistent basis before giving him a new contract, because so far he has been on and off. Good rookie year, rough second year, and great third year. If he shows he can string together more than one good season in a row and that his sophomore year was an anomaly, he'll get north of 5M easily. If he has a bad year then it's a tough call. I can see him getting another chance in that situation because they won a cup with him, but it won't be the big money deal he'd get otherwise.

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