No, my point is that goalscoring is up leaguewide. So, it would be expected that a guy that averaged 30g prior to this year to get a few more than that. Ergo, if the increase in scoring continues for the foreseeable future, Skinner being a guy that is a 35g/60pt guy would likely put him in the same realm leaguewide as he was as a 30g/55pt guy previously. The 16/17 season, Skinner was 6th in goals and 32nd in points. The 17/18 season, Skinner was T-68th in goals and T-119th in points. Also, he has hit 30 goals in 4 out of 9 NHL seasons. And 60 points in 3 out of 9 NHL seasons (I am expecting him to get there this year). So, expecting him to be a 35g/60pt guy is optimistic given his history. And last year those numbers would be t-15th in goals and t-72nd in points. At the end of the day, it comes down to how much is a winger that will likely be top 15-20 in goals and top 75-ish in points worth as a UFA? $9M+ per seems rich for that kind of player.