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Mikey Red
Posted 2018-07-06 9:49 AM (#707839 - in reply to #706448)
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Posted 2018-07-06 9:54 AM (#707840 - in reply to #706448)
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Has anybody seen TB's roster? Practically the whole team, except Miller has NT/NMC. Unless Callahan is willing to come back, when we are sure to lose out on playoff money, all that TB has to offer is prospects and draft choices. Not comfortable Rangers know how to manage either.
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Posted 2018-07-06 10:02 AM (#707841 - in reply to #707840)
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Has anybody seen TB's roster? Practically the whole team, except Miller has NT/NMC. Unless Callahan is willing to come back, when we are sure to lose out on playoff money, all that TB has to offer is prospects and draft choices. Not comfortable Rangers know how to manage either.

VERY not comfortable
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Posted 2018-07-06 10:21 AM (#707842 - in reply to #707839)
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Posted 2018-07-06 10:22 AM (#707843 - in reply to #706448)
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Cally and his contract are not welcomed here!
His own greed and recklessness screwed him and his career as a player and as a Ranger.
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Posted 2018-07-06 10:23 AM (#707844 - in reply to #706448)
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Read we could be getting Cal Foote
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Posted 2018-07-06 10:39 AM (#707845 - in reply to #707843)
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Blue404 - 2018-07-06 10:22 AM

Cally and his contract are not welcomed here!
His own greed and recklessness screwed him and his career as a player and as a Ranger.


Why would you care? It's a place to park his contract. It's not like they actually want him for his ability to play. What do people not get? The Rangers are rebuilding. The best way to do that is to aquire assets. They are going to be bad the next couple of years at least. Next year's roster means nothing aside from kids aquiring experience playing in the NHL.
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Posted 2018-07-06 11:15 AM (#707846 - in reply to #707844)
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robstones - 2018-07-06 12:23 PM

Read we could be getting Cal Foote


Cally can come back if he brings Foote with him.
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Posted 2018-07-06 11:17 AM (#707847 - in reply to #707845)
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Blue404 - 2018-07-06 10:22 AM

Cally and his contract are not welcomed here!
His own greed and recklessness screwed him and his career as a player and as a Ranger.


Why would you care? It's a place to park his contract. It's not like they actually want him for his ability to play. What do people not get? The Rangers are rebuilding. The best way to do that is to aquire assets. They are going to be bad the next couple of years at least. Next year's roster means nothing aside from kids aquiring experience playing in the NHL.


Exactly! The only goal this year is development. Whatever team they ice will try to compete for the sake of developing a compete level and culture... they'll try to make the playoffs, but it will be in the name of getting players experience.

If they take on a bad contract, it will be paired with building blocks.... Cal Foote would be great... picks... anything to help build the foundation
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Posted 2018-07-06 12:15 PM (#707849 - in reply to #707846)
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robstones - 2018-07-06 12:23 PM

Read we could be getting Cal Foote


Cally can come back if he brings Foote with him.


Hold on regarding Foote. May be he's big, but "Is simply not as physically imposing as his father was, as he seems to lack Adam Foote's mean streak."


https://www.tsn.ca/nhl/player-bio/cal-foote/bio
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Posted 2018-07-06 12:38 PM (#707850 - in reply to #706448)
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It’s all about maximizing return. Cap room is a asset just like a established player on his last year of a contract. Gorton has to know or more likely guess whether the cap space being used to take on contracts, is worth more now or at the next trade deadline. It’s doubtful there is any way of knowing, so he’s winging it. And if your making a move now it better be a good one, because teams that think they have a shot at a cup are traditionally more generous with assets, and also looking to dump cap to acquire their missing pieces come trade deadline. The disadvantage of waiting for the deadline is no team needing cap space and your left holding air. If there is a good deal now better to take it, and be safe than wait til spring and nothing falls in place.
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Posted 2018-07-06 1:40 PM (#707851 - in reply to #707845)
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Blue404 - 2018-07-06 10:22 AM

Cally and his contract are not welcomed here!
His own greed and recklessness screwed him and his career as a player and as a Ranger.


Why would you care? It's a place to park his contract. It's not like they actually want him for his ability to play. What do people not get? The Rangers are rebuilding. The best way to do that is to aquire assets. They are going to be bad the next couple of years at least. Next year's roster means nothing aside from kids aquiring experience playing in the NHL.


Same thing every year. They rather get names they recognize than build a team from scratch.
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Posted 2018-07-06 5:09 PM (#707852 - in reply to #706448)
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While we at it Dubinsky is free for grabs as long as you take his contract along with him.
People say that many of our young prospects are not NHL ready but when they will be ready?
If given chance they might be ,its a possibility that they might.
Most of our team wasn’t ready during the last season to speak of!
Bring young talent.
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Posted 2018-07-06 5:44 PM (#707853 - in reply to #706448)
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Posted 2018-07-06 6:28 PM (#707855 - in reply to #706448)
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So this Rumorbreak reports that we are the reason that the Karlsson deal hasn't happened. Apparently both Bobby Ryan and Ryan Callahan were set to be unloaded on us, but I guess we wanted too much in return for taking on that salary, so we opted out.

Gorton playing hardball
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Posted 2018-07-06 6:31 PM (#707856 - in reply to #706448)
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Sounds like we will have multiple 1st rounders again in the 2019 draft
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Posted 2018-07-06 6:57 PM (#707857 - in reply to #706448)
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That seems questionable to me. For us to take on both Cally and Ryan we'd need a haul. Ryan's contract is god awful, and for many years (it would impact our ability to build next summer and beyond). Done deal and we pulled out last second...not buying it. If so let's see what the new 3rd team in the deal ends up getting. If true usually these things end up happening eventually (EK to TB and supposedly an extension was agreed to).

I am still very puzzled by what Gorton isn't doing. At some point something has to happen with the RFA's.



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Posted 2018-07-06 7:11 PM (#707859 - in reply to #707840)
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NTHockey - 2018-07-06 11:54 AM

Has anybody seen TB's roster? Practically the whole team, except Miller has NT/NMC. Unless Callahan is willing to come back, when we are sure to lose out on playoff money, all that TB has to offer is prospects and draft choices. Not comfortable Rangers know how to manage either.
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Posted 2018-07-06 8:23 PM (#707860 - in reply to #707857)
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Go NYR - 2018-07-06 8:57 PM

That seems questionable to me. For us to take on both Cally and Ryan we'd need a haul. Ryan's contract is god awful, and for many years (it would impact our ability to build next summer and beyond). Done deal and we pulled out last second...not buying it. If so let's see what the new 3rd team in the deal ends up getting. If true usually these things end up happening eventually (EK to TB and supposedly an extension was agreed to).

I am still very puzzled by what Gorton isn't doing. At some point something has to happen with the RFA's.





RFAs almost always take a while. They file for arbitration, and hash out a deal in the final hour before the hearing.... almost every time. Sometimes they make it to arbitration, and get a bridge deal, but almost every time they negotiate and get it done that day or close to it.

https://elitesportsny.com/2018/07/06/new-york-rangers-4-players-offi...

Says Hayes will want 6 million

Gorton wil counter with a low ball of 3.5 million. And they'll play cat and mouse untill we eventuall sign him for 5.5 or something, and everyone gets to complain about the crappy contracts everyone gets

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Posted 2018-07-07 7:06 AM (#707861 - in reply to #707850)
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It’s all about maximizing return. Cap room is a asset just like a established player on his last year of a contract. Gorton has to know or more likely guess whether the cap space being used to take on contracts, is worth more now or at the next trade deadline. It’s doubtful there is any way of knowing, so he’s winging it. And if your making a move now it better be a good one, because teams that think they have a shot at a cup are traditionally more generous with assets, and also looking to dump cap to acquire their missing pieces come trade deadline. The disadvantage of waiting for the deadline is no team needing cap space and your left holding air. If there is a good deal now better to take it, and be safe than wait til spring and nothing falls in place.


That's all fine and well, but in this particular situation, I think the Rangers are better served being out of it -- especially considering the contracts rumored. I saw something saying they'd take Cally if they were sure it wouldn't ruin their chances to make a run at that guy from Columbus next year -- the answer to take is don't take a 2-year, $6M contract. Bobby Ryan -- everyone knows that's a disaster.

So what's left? TB: The last pick in the first round doesn't work for me to take on Cally's contract alone. You're not going to get a choice prospect....unless, of course, Dorion is dumber than Gainey, and takes a collection of garbage in exchange for EK....and I don't see them giving up a good roster player either (and that's beside the fact that all of them gave those dreadful clauses). Ottawa: No first pick...can't think of one roster player worth having (especially if Ryan is part of the package)...no prospects that I know of (I'll leave our resident prospects experts here to correct me on this one)...and I seriously doubt they're going to turn around and give us one of those plumb assets they manager to get out of TB.

I will go on record here that I may be missing something here and welcome any and all corrections. But if my analysis is correct (or close to being correct), my opinion is that the Rangers are better served letting another team third-party this deal.
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Posted 2018-07-07 7:30 AM (#707862 - in reply to #706448)
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Posted 2018-07-07 8:15 AM (#707866 - in reply to #707861)
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It’s all about maximizing return. Cap room is a asset just like a established player on his last year of a contract. Gorton has to know or more likely guess whether the cap space being used to take on contracts, is worth more now or at the next trade deadline. It’s doubtful there is any way of knowing, so he’s winging it. And if your making a move now it better be a good one, because teams that think they have a shot at a cup are traditionally more generous with assets, and also looking to dump cap to acquire their missing pieces come trade deadline. The disadvantage of waiting for the deadline is no team needing cap space and your left holding air. If there is a good deal now better to take it, and be safe than wait til spring and nothing falls in place.


That's all fine and well, but in this particular situation, I think the Rangers are better served being out of it -- especially considering the contracts rumored. I saw something saying they'd take Cally if they were sure it wouldn't ruin their chances to make a run at that guy from Columbus next year -- the answer to take is don't take a 2-year, $6M contract. Bobby Ryan -- everyone knows that's a disaster.

So what's left? TB: The last pick in the first round doesn't work for me to take on Cally's contract alone. You're not going to get a choice prospect....unless, of course, Dorion is dumber than Gainey, and takes a collection of garbage in exchange for EK....and I don't see them giving up a good roster player either (and that's beside the fact that all of them gave those dreadful clauses). Ottawa: No first pick...can't think of one roster player worth having (especially if Ryan is part of the package)...no prospects that I know of (I'll leave our resident prospects experts here to correct me on this one)...and I seriously doubt they're going to turn around and give us one of those plumb assets they manager to get out of TB.

I will go on record here that I may be missing something here and welcome any and all corrections. But if my analysis is correct (or close to being correct), my opinion is that the Rangers are better served letting another team third-party this deal.



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Rangers can buy out Callahan's contract, if need be, no big deal for the next two seasons while they are below the cap floor. Ryan is interesting and would require a decent return for the Rangers to assume. Your basing your entire disagreement with getting him, on your premise the rangers will get a ****ty deal. But that's only one side. I will wait and see what the return is before I worry about it. The thing about Ryan is he would be as good as any Ranger winger the day he shows up. If he plays to his capabilities. I think most teams see a guy sick of the Ottawa gong show, that still has some game left and is available at a huge discount. Huge enough of a discount that Ottawa or the Lightning for example will pony up a significant piece to move his contract. If you can get two decent years, and a so so year out of him that almost eats up his contract, things he is capable of doing. He"d be leaving the Rangers about the time the Rangers will be shifting from rebuild to compete mode.
The Rangers are in a asset acquiring mode, and should be for the next two, three years, in a deal for Callahan or Ryan I'm ok with it as long as there is real benefit for the Rangers, if not then no thanks. But I have to see the return before I worry about it.
I get what your saying but I don't buy the assumption Gorton can't make a good deal for the Rangers.
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Posted 2018-07-07 8:16 AM (#707867 - in reply to #707862)
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Mikey Red - 2018-07-07 6:30 AM

6 Mil per for Hayes is too rich



I'm not a fan of Hayes or Zibanejad.
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Posted 2018-07-07 8:18 AM (#707869 - in reply to #707867)
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Mikey Red - 2018-07-07 6:30 AM

6 Mil per for Hayes is too rich



I'm not a fan of Hayes or Zibanejad.

Me neither...totally
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Posted 2018-07-07 8:40 AM (#707870 - in reply to #707867)
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6 Mil per for Hayes is too rich



I'm not a fan of Hayes or Zibanejad.


Well, speaking of Zibanejad, he has a cap hit of 5.35

He put up 47 pts in 72 games last year, with upside for more
Hayes, 44 pts in 76 games... 2 less goals 1 less assist in 4 more gp

Hayes may want 6.... but he's not getting 6....

JT Miller just got a 5.25 million cap hit. Somewhere in there is what we should see from Hayes... they can even stack it so Hayes makes 6 million one or two years, but his cap hit stays down similar to JTs.

Zibanejad is good, but like anyone else needs to put in reps to be in "mid season form." He's better than Brassard.... is it the hair you don't like?
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Posted 2018-07-07 9:07 AM (#707871 - in reply to #707870)
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Mikey Red - 2018-07-07 6:30 AM

6 Mil per for Hayes is too rich



I'm not a fan of Hayes or Zibanejad.


Well, speaking of Zibanejad, he has a cap hit of 5.35

He put up 47 pts in 72 games last year, with upside for more
Hayes, 44 pts in 76 games... 2 less goals 1 less assist in 4 more gp

Hayes may want 6.... but he's not getting 6....

JT Miller just got a 5.25 million cap hit. Somewhere in there is what we should see from Hayes... they can even stack it so Hayes makes 6 million one or two years, but his cap hit stays down similar to JTs.

Zibanejad is good, but like anyone else needs to put in reps to be in "mid season form." He's better than Brassard.... is it the hair you don't like?

lol haha I dont like his hair...but Im more worried that hes soft and gets hurt too much
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Posted 2018-07-07 9:20 AM (#707872 - in reply to #707870)
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6 Mil per for Hayes is too rich



I'm not a fan of Hayes or Zibanejad.


Well, speaking of Zibanejad, he has a cap hit of 5.35

He put up 47 pts in 72 games last year, with upside for more
Hayes, 44 pts in 76 games... 2 less goals 1 less assist in 4 more gp

Hayes may want 6.... but he's not getting 6....

JT Miller just got a 5.25 million cap hit. Somewhere in there is what we should see from Hayes... they can even stack it so Hayes makes 6 million one or two years, but his cap hit stays down similar to JTs.

Zibanejad is good, but like anyone else needs to put in reps to be in "mid season form." He's better than Brassard.... is it the hair you don't like?



He is a pussy.
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Posted 2018-07-07 9:27 AM (#707873 - in reply to #707866)
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Rranger - 2018-07-06 2:38 PM

It’s all about maximizing return. Cap room is a asset just like a established player on his last year of a contract. Gorton has to know or more likely guess whether the cap space being used to take on contracts, is worth more now or at the next trade deadline. It’s doubtful there is any way of knowing, so he’s winging it. And if your making a move now it better be a good one, because teams that think they have a shot at a cup are traditionally more generous with assets, and also looking to dump cap to acquire their missing pieces come trade deadline. The disadvantage of waiting for the deadline is no team needing cap space and your left holding air. If there is a good deal now better to take it, and be safe than wait til spring and nothing falls in place.


That's all fine and well, but in this particular situation, I think the Rangers are better served being out of it -- especially considering the contracts rumored. I saw something saying they'd take Cally if they were sure it wouldn't ruin their chances to make a run at that guy from Columbus next year -- the answer to take is don't take a 2-year, $6M contract. Bobby Ryan -- everyone knows that's a disaster.

So what's left? TB: The last pick in the first round doesn't work for me to take on Cally's contract alone. You're not going to get a choice prospect....unless, of course, Dorion is dumber than Gainey, and takes a collection of garbage in exchange for EK....and I don't see them giving up a good roster player either (and that's beside the fact that all of them gave those dreadful clauses). Ottawa: No first pick...can't think of one roster player worth having (especially if Ryan is part of the package)...no prospects that I know of (I'll leave our resident prospects experts here to correct me on this one)...and I seriously doubt they're going to turn around and give us one of those plumb assets they manager to get out of TB.

I will go on record here that I may be missing something here and welcome any and all corrections. But if my analysis is correct (or close to being correct), my opinion is that the Rangers are better served letting another team third-party this deal.



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Rangers can buy out Callahan's contract, if need be, no big deal for the next two seasons while they are below the cap floor. Ryan is interesting and would require a decent return for the Rangers to assume. Your basing your entire disagreement with getting him, on your premise the rangers will get a ****ty deal. But that's only one side. I will wait and see what the return is before I worry about it. The thing about Ryan is he would be as good as any Ranger winger the day he shows up. If he plays to his capabilities. I think most teams see a guy sick of the Ottawa gong show, that still has some game left and is available at a huge discount. Huge enough of a discount that Ottawa or the Lightning for example will pony up a significant piece to move his contract. If you can get two decent years, and a so so year out of him that almost eats up his contract, things he is capable of doing. He"d be leaving the Rangers about the time the Rangers will be shifting from rebuild to compete mode.
The Rangers are in a asset acquiring mode, and should be for the next two, three years, in a deal for Callahan or Ryan I'm ok with it as long as there is real benefit for the Rangers, if not then no thanks. But I have to see the return before I worry about it.
I get what your saying but I don't buy the assumption Gorton can't make a good deal for the Rangers.


So, what would be a good deal? What am I missing?

Rangers are only under cap floor because deals have not been made with the Hayes, Spooner, Vesey and Ska-Jay. Even minimal deals would put them above the floor.

I've looked at both rosters and don't see anything that would make it worthwhile. Buying out Cally assumes you'd be able to trade Staal -- I see him as the next buyout candidate at this point. Ryan has 4 more years on his contract with AAV of $7.25 AND modificated NTC.....Ottawa has nothing that could make me take that contract except EK.
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Posted 2018-07-07 10:14 AM (#707875 - in reply to #707872)
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6 Mil per for Hayes is too rich



I'm not a fan of Hayes or Zibanejad.


Well, speaking of Zibanejad, he has a cap hit of 5.35

He put up 47 pts in 72 games last year, with upside for more
Hayes, 44 pts in 76 games... 2 less goals 1 less assist in 4 more gp

Hayes may want 6.... but he's not getting 6....

JT Miller just got a 5.25 million cap hit. Somewhere in there is what we should see from Hayes... they can even stack it so Hayes makes 6 million one or two years, but his cap hit stays down similar to JTs.

Zibanejad is good, but like anyone else needs to put in reps to be in "mid season form." He's better than Brassard.... is it the hair you don't like?



He is a pussy.


They don’t belong to our new team.
Heyes is not worth 6 mills
Zibanejad is as good as retired Lindros.
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Posted 2018-07-07 10:25 AM (#707876 - in reply to #706448)
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Ok, I have not been following the conversations lately, are you all just bringing up the name of Callahan or there is talk of bringing him back? I hope not. Rangers are SO past Cally. He can come back for free, otherwise it would upset me very much. I don't even want to think about it.
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Posted 2018-07-07 10:27 AM (#707877 - in reply to #707876)
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LeetchyMrRanger - 2018-07-07 12:25 PM

Ok, I have not been following the conversations lately, are you all just bringing up the name of Callahan or there is talk of bringing him back? I hope not. Rangers are SO past Cally. He can come back for free, otherwise it would upset me very much. I don't even want to think about it.

If we are the 3rd wheel in Karlsson going to TB...we will be getting Callahan and Girardi back...because thats how our FO rolls
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Posted 2018-07-07 10:29 AM (#707878 - in reply to #706448)
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Oh ok I see, joking around, good.

If Jenna Haze wants $6 Mil then trade him for something good, he has value.
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Posted 2018-07-07 10:30 AM (#707879 - in reply to #706448)
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I would accept Cally at only 2 years if we got a good asset to take him. I want no part of that Ryan disaster of a contract. We cannot take on that contract. I don't see what we could possibly get to make that worthwhile.



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Posted 2018-07-07 10:31 AM (#707880 - in reply to #707876)
Subject: Re: Summer Thread: Trades - Entry Draft - Free Agent Signings


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LeetchyMrRanger - 2018-07-07 12:25 PM

Ok, I have not been following the conversations lately, are you all just bringing up the name of Callahan or there is talk of bringing him back? I hope not. Rangers are SO past Cally. He can come back for free, otherwise it would upset me very much. I don't even want to think about it.
Tampa wanted Karlsson from Ottawa but bolts lack cap space and supposedly were going to unload Cally and his contract to the Rangers along with a young prospect as a reward.
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LeetchyMrRanger
Posted 2018-07-07 10:31 AM (#707881 - in reply to #706448)
Subject: Re: Summer Thread: Trades - Entry Draft - Free Agent Signings


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Karlsson is a goner, that's for sure, this year or next year. Rangers are not a contender considering the $$$ you have to pay him, & what you have to give up. He is a good fit for a team that can compete for a Cup. That's not the Rangers right now.
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