At the time of this trade, Eric Staal was far from the best player on the Carolina Hurricanes legends players signature shirt, and was probably the worst player in the league at his salary point. His production had been erratic at best and unforgivably lazy at worst for the past several seasons. Staal was a team top point scorer in two recent losing seasons, but there is more to it than points (he was something like a minus-13 in the last seasons, which is really unacceptable for a marquee player). As long-time team Captain, he had never matured into the kind of leadership role that would have added intangible value to his lackluster on-ice production. His production dropped off further this year, and given his age is unlikely to return. Going forward, he was essentially an expensive drag on the potential of the team.
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They would come up with Carolina Hurricanes legends players signature shirt. Some of them were hilarious. Others bordered on obnoxious. Many traditionalists, myself included, felt that the storm surges were poor sportsmanship. There was a photo prominent yesterday about one of the first families endangered by Hurricane Florence. It was a middle-aged white lady, her face somewhat obscured, carrying a beautiful girl about 10, a black child — a classic madonna and child embrace. It did make for a touching image, the racial component being the main ingredient that made the image so striking. I did feel like cheering.