From Dave Staples of the Edmonton Journal:
In the summer of ’07, there was a group of old hockey players with great reputations that could be signed as free agents, exciting names that excited fans across the NHL: Michael Nylander, Jason Blake, Paul Kariya, Keith Tkachuk, Brendan Shanahan, Bill Guerin, Chris Drury, Brian Rafalski, Sheldon Souray, Ryan Smyth, Roman Hamrlik, Ray Whitney, Todd Bertuzzi.
But, after one season, how many of these players provided good value for the teams that signed them?
Read the entire post from Cult of Hockey here.
Staples makes a sound argument for being extremely cautious when throwing big money at aging free agents.