Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 07/06/06 at 11:33 AM ET
Without a doubt, the hulking 220-pound Pronger was worth every penny of his $6.25-million US salary. Without him, the Edmonton Oilers would never have contended for the Stanley Cup in 2006. But Pronger is no Steve Yzerman. Stevie Y, the quintessential team leader, defines the word class. When Monday's trade was announced, Pronger continued to stonewall, uttering not a single gracious word about the city of Edmonton, and not a syllable of thanks to the thousands of Oiler fans who cheered him on. Classy? Hell, Pronger couldn't tie Stevie Y's skates. Good riddance, I say. So why is a business columnist writing about Pronger? Because the man signed a contract. A supposedly binding five-year agreement.more
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