They are only comparable because, they are both in the 10-20 range of top defense men. Edler has more upside, but is still inconsistent. Contracts should be really close, Edler deserves more but hope he signs a discount.
Enstrom is more of a puck moving defense man, very smart and is reliable defensively.
Edler is more like a truck, hard hitting guy, that can put up points.
Key note is that Enstrom had an off year last year, he usually hits 50 points. Edler got 49 last year, and had an off year defensively.
Like I've said in the Enstrom re-signing, Enstrom's contract is around the range Edler's contract should be.
Edited by Rey, 28 July 2012 - 10:56 AM.