I think Milbury-Wang are out of their minds to offer any contract
longer than three years for DiPietro until he proves he is worth it,
so far he has played three months and has proven he has potential to
be a solid NHL goaltender.
Even in this article industry sources are telling them this is not a
With the insurances problems and cap issues all this does is limit
them if they want to trade him at some point. Why don't either one of
them learn from their own history?
Also if Hahn is to believed Parrish is now on the outs with Milbury
already hurting potential trade value for someone they need to dump
for cap purposes.
Maybe all this is designed to get them signed at the Isles numbers
but why is this necessary?
No other team overplays their hand like this, I do not pretend to be
any expert but if no other team takes such risks with Milbury's record
for unconventional moves this is something I think you do not do.