The sens probably make the most sence. They have good skilled vet and some nice young guys. You know they played the whole suter/weber and Keith/seabrook cards as well. Less pressure on him with karlson.
Now that I said it out loud he going to take his talents too Ottawa.
I think it's the teams that have been told they are out intentionally leaking the news, so it makes the kid & his agent look bad. Like you wasted out time courting you, we are gonna make you look like villains.
So apparently Schultz is calling all the teams that were interested in him to let them down first, and then speaking to the team he chose last. So I guess we'll find out as soon as the last reject falls.
Michael Russo @Russostrib
Justin Schultz won't tell team that got him they got him until he's spoken to the 3 left that didn't. Hasn't gotten in touch w everybody yet
The repectful way to do this (much like interviewing candidates for a position) is:
1. Inform the successful team, see if offer still good, agree to contract.
2. Ask successful team to be quiet until other candidates informed.
3. Let down other candidates
We're at the 3 stage, by all indirect indications
This is quite a bit different than interviewing candidates for a position.
In one instance, you have people coming to you wanting to be paid by you.
In this instance, you have people coming to you wanting to pay you.
It would be like being courted out of University by a bunch of companies who all have certain offers for you. The narrowing down process can be done by picking one and then letting them know and all the others ones - while at the same time wasting the time of the other companies that are waiting - or you can let the companies you aren't interested in know as you cut them from your list.