rockalt wrote:Wow. I'm amazed these guys continue to take hometown discounts. I kind of felt like they might hold out for more.
The Brown Knight wrote:rockalt wrote:Wow. I'm amazed these guys continue to take hometown discounts. I kind of felt like they might hold out for more.
The Sedin's are loyal and are more interested in being a part of a contender rather than fading off into the sunset for a mediocre team.
Hockey Widow wrote:I like the term. I guess MG could have tried for a 5-6 year deal with the last two years being at 5 million to try and lower the cap hit but I think if we have the twins for four more years at the level they are at now we are blessed. Would have hated to have 2 add on years as an anchor.
Good deal for both sides. I'd say in the absence of rebuilding the core over the next four years we have a definite window now. MG has this core pretty well locked up for that time period. His biggest challenge now is to start getting players into the system to keep us competitive and begin the slow transition of life without the twin.
Gives the younger players a very clear window of opportunity now.
rockalt wrote:I agree Farhan but do you honestly think the Canucks are contenders? I mean they've had a good start to the year but I don't think we can honestly say this team warrants contender status as it did around 2010 - 2012.
The team may prove to be one of the elites (hopefully) however at the time of the signing, it's no sure bet. Amazing loyalty shown by the Sedins yet again.
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