I doubt it. Although Jay Bouwmeester did come back for less. (Although he was at a different stage of his career.) But I was factoring in Schwartz's injuries, not just this year, but over the course of his career, his production this year, and the flat cap.
Haven't really heard anything since he was ruled out for the season with the shoulder injury.
Don't know how many copies that would sell. But the two main things that have changed over the years is the access to players has decreased markedly. And the 24-hour nature of the news cycle. I'll leave it at that for now since we're running out of time on the chat.
They have to carry a certain amount of salary against the cap total, so they can't just take the cheapest players available.
Yeah, 5 losses in a row for the Coyotes.
I've been preoccupied with the chat. But it looks like the game is on at this point.
OK, I was under the impression there was a 48-hour window before the draft, but I'll defer to CapFriendly on this. Thx.
There always are a lot of Blues fans in the stands when the team plays down in Nashville. And on your Detroit point, it's not much of a rivalry when the teams aren't at least reasonably competitive..
I can't speak for all Blues fandom, but I think there is a much greater appreciation for Faulk these days.
This is a great question. We're out of time here on the chat, so I'll have to be brief. In terms of being a core player that would be protected in the upcoming expansion draft, I'd have to say no. But he certainly is considered a valuable member of the squad. The team thought enough of him to sign him to a four-year, $11 million contract in July 2019. He's a glue player who does a little bit of everything for the team, gives maximum effort, and plays great defense. Underrated as a passer, and as you know will pop in a goal every know and then. .
That's it for this week. Thanks for your participation, as always.