In every professional sports league, there are players that wind up getting overpaid. The NHL is no different.
You know who I'm talking about.
The Manny Ramirez's, Eddy Curry's and Albert Haynesworth's of the world will always exist, and we will always end up criticizing them for the highway robbery they committed.
But it's not just about the players. Oftentimes, a team sees more potential in a player than is actually there. As a result, the player gets a fat check, and the organization takes a big risk.
The bigger the contract, the riskier the decision.
To make the right decision, an organization has to have a very good idea of what it should be getting out of the deal, while taking into account what they are giving up by filling a good deal of cap space. With that said, here are seven of the most overrated players on the move this summer.