- He had two goals, seven assists and a plus-1 rating in 51 games played.
- He had 24% more minor penalties than anyone on the team, despite playing 25 fewer games than his closest competition in this category. In fact, he had the most penalties taken per sixty minutes of ice time of any defenseman in the NHL who played at least 20 games, the most penalties taken per sixty of any Cap, and the most minor penalties of anyone who played 51 or fewer games (the next closest was Andy Wozniewski who had ten fewer minors in three fewer games).
- He saw his fight totals drop from 13 in 2005-06 to five in 2006-07 and four last season.
- He had the worst Corsi Rating on the team, despite playing against the weakest competition.
The bottom line is that Erskine wasn't even a good value last year at $537,500 - is he going to be one at more than twice that cost next year and the year after that?