Discussion in 'San Jose Sharks' started by Lebanezer, Oct 4, 2018.
The hopefully cheap question....how much did it cost?
So, through 2021. Would fit the criteria for a guy that has to be exposed in 2020 expansion draft.
Anything over $1.6M/year is an overpayment IMHO
I couldn't imagine he's north of $1m
Couture’s close friend. He’s not going to finish the contract in teal.
Anything over 900k is an overpayment.
Reddit said 925k
Fine with me. He's worth keeping around.
I'm fine with 925k..
Yeah, I’m very glad about this. Goodrow is a great 4th liner and a jack of all trades. He would do much better if they stopped forcing him to play center.
Love it. Love me some more Goodrow.
Congratulations Barclay. You showed perseverance and effort.
Glad to have you here for a couple more years.
Good now trade Melker so we can roll Scorensen-Chartier-Goodrow and open up more cap space
I like Goodrow a lot. Now please, for the love of god, let him play his natural position.
That's an overpayment
Excellent deal...now stop putting him at center please
Good deal. Something that was going to be done at some point. Not expecting it anytime soon but I'd like to see them ink deals with Meier, Labanc, and Ryan just to get a better idea of what we're working with moving forward. lol
I like it. We have Chartier, can we move him to wing like he's supposed to play?
Good deal. Now get rid of Melker's useless ass.
That's cool. Please stop making him play center.
As a winger, I think he was imagined as a speedy, up-and-down crash-and-bang guy, but I don't think he has the speed for that. He also doesn't really have the skills to be a finesse winger. After that, his size and his defensive acumen make him an ideal center.
Perhaps, but his actual performance as a center leaves much to be desired. Meanwhile, his actual performance as a winger has been satisfactory.
A winger does not have to score 100 points. Last season, Goodrow was 7th on the Sharks in 5V5 P/60. That’s perfectly adequate for a 4th line winger who is as strong defensively as he is.
He can play a Hertl type role on the 4th line, taking the majority of faceoffs, and play his physical brand of hockey next to a more skilled, shifty, and elusive natural center, such as Rourke Chartier.
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