November 28, 2009

Hope Personified



"Hope costs nothing."
- Sidonie Gabrielle

That's not entirely true.

Hope - Phil Kessel - costs first and second round draft picks in 2010, a first round draft pick in 2011, and $5.4 million a season.

And you know what? He's worth it.

8 comments:

Andrew said...

To all the haters:

WORTH IT

It is now clear, Burke was right when he said a player like this doesnt become available often.

Marc Savard who?

LeafFan1989 said...

Amen to that Brother

kushnir said...

Can i get a hallelujah!

Hungry Leafs Fan said...

Right on. Definitely more than advertised.

eyebleaf said...

And shout outs to Nik Hagman too. He's been rather unworldly himself.

Steve G. said...

I'm not a huge hockey guy, but I don't think Kessel's skill will ever be in question. Hasn't he had a lot of nagging injuries though? And Will Carroll always likes to say that staying healthy is a skill, and some guys have it, and some guys - J.D. Drew, Nick Johnson - just don't.

TC said...

The guy sure is delivering!! I still question the timing of the deal. Without the proper support along with him he may be a one man show. Thank goodness for Hagman right now. Give the other team something else to worry about.

Good timing or not though, I love watching this guy score goals for the Leafs.

TC
http://leafsandstuff.blogspot.com/

Jaredoflondon said...

i love you you crazy little hope machine