Found June 28, 2012 on Days of Y'Orr:
PLAYERS: Malcolm Subban
TEAMS: Boston Bruins
BOS and netminder Rask agreed to terms on one-year, $3.5M deal. — Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) June 28, 2012 Boom! We all know that Bob's word on contracts is pretty much golden. So lets look at this deal. I think it's pretty win/win for both sides, though it seems that everyone is getting all bent out of shape re: the 1 year contract. I think people need to step back and take a deep breath, maybe smoke a little weed and relax. The Bruins/Rask deal is a win/win for both sides and here's why: Bruins' win: Low risk for a goalie who hasn't played more than 45 games in a season If Rask is terrible, the Bruins can cut ties without being held up in a lot of cap If Rask is good to amazing he's a restricted free agent in July 2013 which means they can extend him for more money Rask's win: Prove to the Bruins he's starting goaltender material Lack of long term contract gives him incentive to play well Rask playing good to amazing mea...
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