I understand this is your opinion, but that doesn't make it objectively true. Some of us have a different position, and it is just as valid an option under the circumstances. It's all a question of projection at this point. Is the value Fletch brought in worthwhile when compared to what he has spent? I tend to not be a big fan of projections. I like measured estimates a lot better, and I try to rely on things like recent history and context. Given that, here's where I stand:
Yeah i get all that. But his ponts still have value. As of today, the GM has managed to improve the team and make some moves that cut dead weight, without it being detrimental.
A few years ago we were probably complaining how to get rid of contracts and dead weight. So here is an example.
The future can be worried about then. Right now the team needs to become competitive and cohesive. They are building a strong defense and the only key player gone is Gudas.
Clipped this from a Meltzer article.
Quick Hits: June 20, 20193) In terms of short-term salary cap considerations (i.e., specific to planning for 2019-20), here is how the Flyers' current offseason cap picture compares to last year's at the end of the preseason:* The combined $7.05 million in cap space that went last year to Jori Lehterä ($4.7 million) and Dale Weise ($2.35 million) have essentially be reallocated to Hayes, plus an additional $90K on his $7.14 million cap hit. While