I think at that money Nashville sort of needs to resign him; They had the 24th ranked offense this year, and they have the cap space to sign him, without a doubt. The main problem is going to be what the team sets the budget as. But if he plays a full season and scores 70+ points, that's a great investment. When you consider he would probably sign in Nashville for less, I can't really see him hitting the market.
I think he's a great player, one of the most underrated in the league. Too bad about his injury concerns, but he's a better player than more than a few players in this league making more than 5 mill a season.
From what I've heard Sullivan really picked it up over the last month or so of the season and was a ppg player, right? Obviously the injury concerns are very real and will weight heavily on any GM's considering to make him an offer, but I'm happy for him that he had some success last season.
He's a pretty dynamic offensive player, but how is he in his own end? I'd have to wager that his size is a detriment defensively and when trying to win pucks on the boards. Anyone that sees him play a lot have any insight?