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12-22-2009, 02:35 PM
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Which is why if Lou wants to keep him, should get him signed long term before UFA hits. The market for UFA d-men is so overpriced right now it's ridiculous. Especially for a guy like Martin since he can handle the puck well and every year every around the trade dealine or start of UFA, all you hear is teams looking for that elusive "puck moving d-man". Biggest cliche in the league right now.
I wish it were as easy as that, but most guys want to test UFA to see their value on the open market and get the most money

If Martin were open to negotiating, I think Lou would go after it

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I agree $5.5M might be Lou's ceiling (maybe $6M), but I think it's likely some GM will throw a ZOMG! $6.5M or $7M salary Martin's way.
I would be very surprised if someone throws him 6.5+ because of what CD basically said.
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I don't think it'll happen. Martin doesn't produce enough points and he's coming off a season where he'll miss a considerable number of games.
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2) Martin is the shyest person I've ever met. There is close to no chance he wants to move. He can live his life in total anonymity here. Once he leaves the rink, he can do whatever he pleases without people bothering him much. This is one of the few 'winning' markets that offers that. Sure, people put up with a lot of crap from Camp Lou, but isn't that worth it in the end to live a normal life with your family?
Exactly. He's a hippie and a very chill person. I am going to try to go to as many phish concerts as I can because I know he will be at one of them

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