It’s not often I admit to agreeing with our Diggers, but Teddy Kulfan isn’t wrong with this one.
The money-grab for Parise and Suter just got a little richer.
On Wednesday, the Flames acquired negotiating rights to defenseman Dennis Wideman and promptly signed him to a five-year contract worth $26.25 million (cap hit: $5.25 million).
Wideman had 46 points (11 goals) last season for the Capitals and was minus-8. He played a lot on the thirddefensive pairing for the Capitals.
So if Wideman is worth $5 million, then Suter and Parise should command double that.
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