Exactly. That’s the kind of operation tactics that get teams in trouble. The Capitals had Brooks Orpik taking more of a back seat role last year despite his higher salary. It helped the team by quite a bit. Players like you just mentioned are up there in age and are no longer the best at their positions on the team. Even though their superior teammates are making relatively less than them due to youth and less experience. You can’t keep Greene playing top-4 minutes just because of his salary. It’s time to start winding down his minutes because his career is almost certainly going to be ending in two years. And he certainly has more use in a bottom pairing role here than on a wasted dead buyout cap hit or a later round draft selection.