Does Bergevin have to sign PK Subban before the season start ?
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07-18-2013, 10:40 PM
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The situation that we experienced has set a trend but has not been defined yet by quantity.
If you want to speculate
, and to keep it simple lets do the following:
Do you agree that had PK Subban signed a long term deal in 2013, he would be making less than 6 million per season on average?
Now that PK Subban has won the Norris trophy as the best defensemen in the NHL, he will be making greater than 6 million per season on average?
After you answer yes to both questions, these constraints are the variables required to understand that MB missed the boat.
what do you mean speculate ? I thought you were stating facts ?
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