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Prior to the December 1st deadline, the Oikers apparently tried again to move Jesse Pujljujarvi, and the Rangers were reportedly one of the teams interested.

The trade would have involved Lias Andersson going the other way, but ultimately they could work out a deal.



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The Draft and new Ryan McDonagh rumor

What is Sather's next move?
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 9:53:07 PM - June 17, 2010

So far this offseason, Rangers GM Sather has been busy with making their 1st trade with their rival Islanders since 1972, signed forward Stepan early out of college, resigned Hartford Captain Byers, and has Gordie Clark and his staff primed for next fridays draft. The question is, will the Rangers do anything else before the draft? The rumors are swirling that he has 1 more ace up his sleeve.

Rumors from 3 different sources out of Wisconsin have a defenseman named Joe Faust decommitting to Princeton University and committing to Wisconsin. Adding this defenseman makes over 9 for this years roster. Wisconsin coach Eaves allegedly "went off" on Stepan (assistant captain) for leaving for the Rangers after he went on their local radioi station and said he was returning for his Junior year. So after seeing that, you could understand that McDonagh would want the coach to have the team covered for his early exit, especially since he was named the captain. Now that the team is covered with players, it is expected and rumored that McDonagh will announce his turning pro soon.

Gordie Clarke and his staff are hard at work with either scouting during the season, or evn up to yesterday still interviewing possible draftees such as Tarasenko. The Rangers are scheduled to pick 10th, but look for Sather to move that pick. The Rangers are looking to draft Nino Niederreiter, a big right wing that could go anywhere from 4th -8th. Look for the Rangers to move up early as the Rangers draft party says to come early, as "the Rangers are expected to draft within the 1st hour".

If the Rangers could get 2 of the following players, it would be another HUGE draft to follow up the last couple of years. The Rangers center position needs size and speed. Draftees fitting this profile are Ryan Johansen,Nick Bjugstad,Riley Sheahan, and Nelson Brock. At right wing the top sight is on Nino Niederrreiter, but they should also look at Jeff Skinner. At leftr wing, the Rangers should look at Jersey native Ken Agostino from Delbarton high school in New Jersey. The defensemen that would fit the Rangers needs are early 1st round pick Erik Gudbranson and anywhere from 20-40 pick in Jared Tinordi, a HUGE intimidating dman that is worth the Rangers trading up for in the 2nd round for.

So the Rangers core players such as Lundqvist, Staal, DelZotto, Girardi, Callahan, Dubinsky, Gaborik, Anisimov, and Avery, along with future prospects expected to make an impact such as Grachev, Weise, Stepan, McDonagh, and a couple others, shows that the youth movement promised may have taken LONGER than expected, but has FINALLY arrived.




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