leafs_rock_go_mccabe Posted July 8, 2010 Report Share Posted July 8, 2010 My standing policy is never to invest for more than three years at a time in non-core talent. Josh is a nice injury substitute in the top four, but he's not a top-four defenseman. I wouldn't mind giving Josh $2 million over three years (effectively replacing Gill's salary with his), but four years is too much job security for a 5th d-man. Fair enough. Sounds like a good policy to me. At the end of year three we would have a ton of money coming off the books anyway. So, if we did want to resign him then it should be fairly easy at that point in time. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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