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Steady Eddie
Posted 2018-11-24 8:23 AM (#715149)
Subject: Game 24: Washington Capitals @ New York Rangers 11/24/18 - 2PM - MSG/NHLN-US



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NEW YORK RANGERS vs. WASHINGTON CAPITALS

Saturday, Nov. 24, 2018, 2:00 p.m. ET
Madison Square Garden - New York, NY

Rangers: 12-9-2 (26 pts)
Capitals: 12-7-3 (27 pts)

THE MATCHUP

The Rangers play their 24th game of the 2018-19 season and conclude a back-to-back set Saturday, Nov. 24, against the Washington Capitals in a Metropolitan Division matchup at Madison Square Garden (2:00 p.m. ET - TV: MSG Network, Radio: ESPN 98.7 FM). New York has won three of the last four games (3-1-0). The Blueshirts have earned at least one point in 10 of the last 12 games (9-2-1 record) and lead the NHL in wins (nine) and points (19) since Oct. 30. The Rangers have earned at least one point in 13 of the last 18 games (11-5-2 record) and in 14 of the last 20 games (12-6-2 record).

RANGERS VS. CAPITALS

  • All-Time: 97-95-18-9 (53-43-9-4 at home; 44-52-9-5 on the road)
  • 2018-19: Friday's game is the second of four meetings between the Rangers and Capitals, and the first of two meetings between the two teams at MSG. The Rangers have posted a 0-0-1 record (0-0-0 at home; 0-0-1 on the road), following the Capitals' 4-3 overtime win on Oct. 17 at Washington. Neal Pionk tied single-game career-highs with three assists and three points in the contest, while Chris Kreider (one goal, one assist) and Mika Zibanejad (one goal, one assist) each recorded two points. The Rangers were 2-for-4 (50.0%) on the power play in the game. Followin Friday's game, the Rangers and Capitals will face each other on the following dates: Feb. 24 (at Washington), Mar. 3 (at MSG).
  • The Rangers have earned at least one point in 21 of their last 32 games against Washington, dating back to Dec. 12, 2010 (17-11-4 record). The Blueshirts have also registered at least one point in 12 of their last 19 contests against the Capitals, dating back to Jan. 19, 2014 (9-7-3 record).
  • All of the last six meetings between New York and Washington have been decided by two or fewer goals. In addition, nine of the last 10 games between the Rangers have been decided by two or fewer goals, and five of the 10 meetings have been decided by one goal.
  • Brian Leetch is the Rangers' all-time leader in games played (72), assists (58), and points (71) against the Capitals. Adam Graves has registered more goals against Washington than any other Ranger (23), and Dave Maloney has posted a better plus/minus rating against the Capitals than any other Blueshirt in franchise history (plus-19). Mike Richter and Henrik Lundqvist are tied for the most wins by a Rangers goaltender against the Capitals in franchise history (21).

RANGERS-CAPITALS CONNECTIONS

  • Kevin Shattenkirk played part of one season with Washington (2016-17).
  • Jim Schoenfeld was the Capitals' Head Coach for parts of four seasons (1993-94 - 1996-97).
  • Capitals Assistant Coach Scott Arniel was the Rangers' Associate Coach for five seasons (2013-14 - 2017-18) and helped the Blueshirts advance to the Stanley Cup Final in 2013-14.
  • Capitals General Manager Brian MacLellan played with the Rangers during the 1985-86 season, and he tallied the game-winning goal in overtime in Game 1 of the Patrick Division Finals against the Capitals on Apr. 17, 1986 at Washington.
  • Capitals President Dick Patrick is the grandson of Lester Patrick, the Rangers' first Head Coach (1926-27 - 1938-39) and the Rangers' General Manager from 1926-27 - 1945-46. He is also the son of Muzz Patrick, who was a player, Head Coach, and General Manager of the Rangers, the nephew of Lynn Patrick, who played and coached for the Blueshirts, and is cousins with Craig Patrick, who was either the Rangers' Head Coach and/or General Manager from 1980-81 - 1988-89.
  • Christian Djoos is the son of Per Djoos, who played parts of two seasons with the Rangers (1991-92 and 1992-93).
  • Chandler Stephenson is cousins with Joey Kocur, who played parts of six seasons with the Rangers (1990-91 - 1995-96) and helped the Blueshirts win the Stanley Cup in 1993-94.
  • Henrik Lundqvist and Nicklas Backstrom have represented Sweden in several tournaments, including the Olympics, World Cup of Hockey, and IIHF World Championship. Lundqvist and Backstrom helped Sweden earn a gold medal at the 2017 IIHF World Championship and a silver medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics.
  • Henrik Lundqvist and Alex Ovechkin were both selected to the NHL's All-Rookie Team in 2005-06. Since they both entered the NHL in 2005-06, Lundqvist leads the league in wins, and Ovechkin leads the league in goals and points.
  • Henrik Lundqvist and Braden Holtby have both won the Vezina Trophy as the NHL's Best Goaltender (Lundqvist - 2011-12; Holtby - 2015-16). Lundqvist and Holtby have started more winner-take-all games against each other than any other goaltender duo in NHL history (three; Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals in 2012, Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals in 2013, and Game 7 of the Second Round in 2015).
  • Brady Skjei and Travis Boyd were teammates at the University of Minnesota for three seasons (2012-13 - 2014-15).
  • Kevin Shattenkirk and T.J. Oshie were teammates with the Blues for parts of five seasons (2010-11 - 2014-15) and with the Capitals for part of one season (2016-17). Shattenkirk, Oshie, John Carlson, and Brooks Orpik all represented the United States at the 2014 Winter Olympics.
  • Kevin Shattenkirk and Dmitrij Jaskin were teammates with the Blues for parts of five seasons (2012-13 - 2016-17).
  • Vladislav Namestnikov and Brett Connolly were teammates in the Lightning organization for parts of three seasons (2012-13 - 2014-15).
  • Adam McQuaid and Brett Connolly were teammates with the Bruins for parts of two seasons (2014-15 and 2015-16).
  • Vladislav Namestnikov, Evgeny Kuznetsov, and Dmitry Orlov all helped Russia earn a bronze medal at the 2017 IIHF World Championship. In addition, Namestnikov and Kuznetsov were named two of Russia's Top Three Players at the 2010 IIHF U18 World Championship.
  • Chris Kreider and John Carlson helped the United States win a gold medal at the 2010 IIHF World Junior Championship.
  • Chris Kreider and T.J. Oshie represented the United States at the 2010 IIHF World Championship.
  • Filip Chytil and Dmitrij Jaskin represented the Czech Republic at the 2018 IIHF World Championship.
  • Kevin Shattenkirk, Brendan Smith, and Lars Eller were all selected in the first round of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft. Shattenkirk and Eller were selected with consecutive picks (Eller - 13th overall by St. Louis; Shattenkirk - 14th overall by Colorado).
  • Kevin Hayes, Brett Connolly, and Evgeny Kuznetsov were all selected in the first round of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.
  • Marc Staal, T.J. Oshie, and Matt Niskanen were all selected in the first round of the 2005 NHL Entry Draft.
  • Brady Skjei and Tom Wilson were both selected in the first round of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft.
  • Tony DeAngelo and Jakub Vrana were both selected in the first round of the 2014 NHL Entry Draft.
  • Lindy Ruff and Scott Arniel were members of the same coaching staff with the Sabres (2002-03 - 2005-06) and with the Rangers (2017-18).
  • Kevin Shattenkirk and Pheonix Copley were teammates with the Blues for two games over two seasons (2015-16 and 2016-17), and both players were traded from St. Louis to Washington on Feb. 28, 2017.

INDIVIDUAL CAREER STATISTICS VS. CAPITALS

  • Henrik Lundqvist - 39 GP, 21-12-6, 2.69 GAA, .908 SV%, 4 SO - In his last 22 regular season appearances against the Capitals (dating back to Dec. 12, 2010), Lundqvist has posted a 12-6-4 record, along with a 2.39 GAA, a .919 SV%, and 3 SO.
  • Ryan Strome - 18 GP, 3-10-13 - Strome's 10 career assists and 13 career points against the Capitals are tied for the most he has recorded against one opponent in his NHL career (tied with Carolina). He has tallied a point in four of his last six games against Washington (one goal, three assists).
  • Kevin Hayes - 18 GP, 5-5-10 - Hayes has posted four multi-point games in his career against the Capitals.
  • Mika Zibanejad - 20 GP, 5-5-10 - Zibanejad has recorded a point in four of his last eight games against Washington (two goals, three assists) and has registered seven points (three goals, four assists) in his last 11 contests against the Capitals.
  • Mats Zuccarello - 23 GP, 2-8-10 - Zuccarello has tallied a point in eight of his last 17 games against the Capitals (two goals, seven assists).
  • Chris Kreider - 21 GP, 4-3-7 - Kreider has recorded six points (four goals, two assists) in his last 12 games against the Capitals.
  • Jimmy Vesey - 9 GP, 3-2-5 - Vesey enters the contest with a three-game point streak against Washington (one goal, two assists), and he posted his first career multi-goal/point game in the NHL on Oct. 22, 2016 against the Capitals.
  • Fredrik Claesson - 7 GP, 0-3-3 - Claesson has recorded more assists and points against Washington than against any other opponent in his NHL career. He has tallied three assists/points in his last five games against the Capitals, and he posted his first career multi-assist/point game in the NHL on Jan. 24, 2017 against Washington.
  • Brady Skjei - 8 GP, 1-2-3 - Skjei has recorded three points (one goal, two assists) in his last six games against the Capitals.
  • Neal Pionk - 3 GP, 0-3-3 - Pionk tied single-game career-highs with three assists and three points on Oct. 17, 2018 at Washington.
  • Lias Andersson - 2 GP, 1-1-2 - Andersson registered his first career NHL goal/point while making his debut on Mar. 26, 2018 against the Capitals at MSG, and he tallied his first career NHL assist while skating in his second career NHL game on Mar. 28, 2018 against the Capitals at Washington. Andersson became the youngest player to record a goal in his NHL debut in franchise history.
  • Filip Chytil - 3 GP, 0-1-1 - Chytil tallied his first career NHL assist/point on Mar. 26, 2018 against the Capitals at MSG.

CONNECTING THE DOTS

Several Rangers players have connections with fellow members of the Blueshirts and/or members of the team's coaching staff in addition to being teammates with the Rangers:

  • Pavel Buchnevich and Alexandar Georgiev were teammates while representing Russia in international competition during the 2014-15 season.
  • Fredrik Claesson and Mika Zibanejad were teammates with several teams prior to joining the Rangers:
    • The two were teammates in Sweden with Djurgardens' U18 team, U20 team in SuperElit, and professional team in the SHL over the course of three seasons (2009-10 - 2011-12).
    • Zibanejad and Claesson helped Sweden earn a gold medal at the 2012 IIHF World Junior Championship.
    • Claesson and Zibanejad were both selected by the Ottawa Senators in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft and were teammates in the Senators' organization (either with Ottawa or with Ottawa's American Hockey League (AHL) team, the Binghamton Senators) for parts of three seasons (2012-13 - 2013-14; 2015-16).
  • Fredrik Claesson and Jesper Fast represented Sweden in several tournaments over the course of three seasons (2009-10 - 2011-12).
  • Kevin Hayes and Chris Kreider were teammates at Boston College for two seasons (2010-11 and 2011-12) and won the National Championship in 2011-12.
    • Greg Brown was either an Assistant Coach or Associate Head Coach at Boston College throughout Hayes' and Kreider's tenures at the school.
  • Kevin Hayes and Brady Skjei represented the United States at the 2017 IIHF World Championship.
  • Kevin Hayes and Jimmy Vesey were friends while growing up in Massachusetts.
  • Chris Kreider and Neal Pionk helped the United States earn a bronze medal at the 2018 IIHF World Championship.
  • Chris Kreider and Kevin Shattenkirk represented the United States at the 2011 IIHF World Championship.
  • Cody McLeod and Kevin Shattenkirk were teammates with the Avalanche for part of the 2010-11 season.
  • Cody McLeod was coached by David Quinn with the Avalanche during the 2012-13 season (Quinn was an Assistant Coach with Colorado).
  • Adam McQuaid and Marc Staal were teammates with the Sudbury Wolves of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) for four seasons (2003-04 - 2006-07).
  • David Oliver held several roles throughout the Avalanche organization for 10 seasons during Cody McLeod's tenure with the team (2007-08 - 2016-17). Oliver was the General Manager of Colorado's American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, the Lake Erie Monsters, during McLeod's only season in Lake Erie in 2007-08.
  • Kevin Shattenkirk was coached by David Quinn on several teams throughout his career before Quinn became the Rangers Head Coach:
    • Quinn was an Associate Head Coach at Boston University for two seasons while Shattenkirk attended the school (2007-08 and 2008-09), and Boston University won the National Championship in 2008-09.
    • Quinn was Shattenkirk's first Head Coach in professional hockey, as he coached Shattenkirk for parts of two seasons (2009-10 and 2010-11) with the Lake Erie Monsters of the American Hockey League (AHL).
  • David Oliver served as the Avalanche's Director of Player Development for two seasons (2009-10 and 2010-11) while Kevin Shattenkirk was in the organization. Shattenkirk made his professional hockey debut in 2009-10 and his NHL debut with Colorado in 2010-11.
  • Kevin Shattenkirk and Brendan Smith were both selected in the first round of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft (Shattenkirk - 14th overall by Colorado; Smith - 27th overall by Detroit).
  • Kevin Shattenkirk is a native of New Rochelle, New York. He was a Rangers fan growing up, and his favorite player was Brian Leetch.
  • Kevin Shattenkirk was coached by Rangers TV/Radio Analyst Dave Maloney when he was in high school.
  • Brady Skjei was coached by David Quinn at the 2016 IIHF World Championship (Quinn was an Assistant Coach with Team USA).
  • Brady Skjei was coached by Greg Brown at the 2014 IIHF World Junior Championship (Brown was an Assistant Coach with Team USA).
  • Lias Andersson's uncle, Mikael Andersson, was teammates with Lindy Ruff as members of the Buffalo Sabres (1985-86 - 1988-89).
  • Lias Andersson's father, Niklas Andersson, was teammates with Henrik Lundqvist as members of Frolunda in the Swedish Hockey League (SHL) for four seasons (2001-02 - 2004-05).
  • Lias Andersson and Mika Zibanejad helped Sweden earn a gold medal at the 2018 IIHF World Championship.
  • Ryan Strome and Mika Zibanejad were selected with back-to-back picks in the first round of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft (Strome - fifth overall by the NY Islanders; Zibanejad - sixth overall by Ottawa). Vladislav Namestnikov was also selected in the first round of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft.

HOME SWEET HOME

The Rangers enter the contest with a seven-game home winning streak (dating back to Oct. 23 vs. Florida) and have outscored opponents, 26-10, over the seven games. The Rangers have earned a win in eight of their last nine home games (8-1-0 record) and in nine of their last 11 home games (9-2-0 record), and the Blueshirts lead the NHL in wins (nine) and points (18) at home this season. The Rangers' seven-game home winning streak is the longest in the NHL thus far this season. The Rangers' current seven-game home winning streak is tied for the 10th-longest in franchise history, and it is also the 16th time that the Rangers have posted a home winning streak of seven games or more in franchise history. 

YOUTH SERVED

Only eight NHL players who are in their first or second NHL season have recorded 12 or more points this season, and the Rangers are the only team that has two of those players (Brett Howden and Neal Pionk). Pionk leads all NHL defensemen who are in their first or second NHL season in points in 2018-19 (14). Rangers rookies Filip Chytil and Brett Howden have recorded eight points (six goals, two assists) over the last six games; Chytil has tallied a goal/point in five of the six games and Howden has notched a point in three of the six contests.

TWO GOOD

The Rangers have allowed two goals or fewer in three of the last four games. Excluding empty-net goals allowed, the Rangers have held their opponent to two goals or fewer in 12 of 23 games in 2018-19.

ONE AND WON

Four of the Rangers' last eight games and 12 of the team's 23 games this season have been decided by one goal. The Blueshirts have posted a 7-3-2 record in one-goal games this season and are tied for the NHL lead in wins in one-goal games in 2018-19.

KING HENRIK

Henrik Lundqvist earned his 438th career NHL win on Nov. 17 vs. Florida, passing Jacques Plante for sole possession of seventh place on the league's all-time wins list. He has been selected as one of the game's Three Stars in nine of his 18 appearances this season. Lundqvist has made at least 30 saves in 11 of 18 appearances this season; he has posted a SV% of .900 or better in 15 of his 18 appearances in 2018-19, including a .925 SV% or better in 10 of 18 appearances. He has posted a 2-1-0 record, along with a 2.00 GAA and a .942 SV% over his last three appearances.

Lundqvist has started both games of a back-to-back set in the regular season 84 times in his NHL career. In the second game of those back-to-back sets, Lundqvist has posted a 53-23-8 record, along with a 2.12 GAA, a .928 SV%, and 9 SO.

CHYTIL-MANIA

Filip Chytil posted a five-game goal/point streak from Nov. 12 vs. Vancouver to Nov. 21 vs. NY Islanders (five goals over the span). He became the first teenager to post a five-game goal streak in franchise history, and he also became the first Rangers rookie to post a five-game goal streak since Petr Prucha in 2005-06. Among NHL players who are either in their age 18 or age 19 season in 2018-19, Chytil ranks first in games played (23) and is tied for second in goals (five). He is also tied for fourth among NHL rookies in goals in 2018-19. Chytil is tied for second in the NHL in goals since Nov. 12.

KREID-ING HIGH

Chris Kreider has tallied a point in five of the last seven games (five goals, four assists). In addition, he has registered seven points (four goals, three assists) over the last five games and has posted a multi-point game in three of the five contests. During the Rangers' 9-2-1 stretch since Oct. 30, Kreider has recorded 13 points (eight goals, five assists) in the 12 games and is tied for third in the NHL in goals over the span.

REAL DEAL NEAL

Since he was recalled by the Rangers last season (Feb. 9, 2018), Neal Pionk is tied for 24th among NHL defensemen (min. 40 games played) in points per game (0.57). Pionk has tallied a point in four of the last six games (one goal, four assists), and all five points over the span have been power play points. He ranks third among NHL defensemen in power play points (11), is tied for third in power play assists (nine), and is tied for fourth in primary assists (eight) this season.

SPECIAL TEAMS

Power Play:

  • The Rangers were 0-for-3 (6:00) today at Philadelphia.
  • The Blueshirts have tallied a power play goal in four of the last six games (5-for-20; 25.0%) and in five of the last eight games (7-for-26; 26.9%).

Penalty Kill:

  • The Rangers were 1-for-1 (2:00) today at Philadelphia.

UPCOMING MILESTONES

  • Henrik Lundqvist - 6 wins away from tying Terry Sawchuk for sixth place on the NHL's all-time wins list (445); 56 saves away from tying Gump Worsley for ninth place on the NHL's all-time saves list (21,766)

INJURIES (61 Man-Games Lost to Injury)

  • Adam McQuaid (lower-body) - has missed 13 games
  • Pavel Buchnevich (broken thumb) - has missed six games
  • Cody McLeod (fractured hand) - has missed one game

RECENT TRANSACTIONS

  • Nov. 18 - Assigned Vinni Lettieri to Hartford (AHL); Recalled Steven Fogarty from Hartford (AHL)

THIS DAY IN RANGERS HISTORY

  • Nov. 24, 1935 - Murray Murdoch tallied the only goal of the contest with 7:35 remaining in regulation and Dave Kerr earned the win and shutout as the Rangers defeated the Boston Bruins, 1-0, at MSG.
  • Nov. 24, 1938 - Bryan Hextall (two goals, three assists), Phil Watson (one goal, four assists), and Dutch Hiller (two goals, two assists) recorded 14 points as the Rangers defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs, 6-2, at MSG.
  • Nov. 24, 1955 - Gump Worsley posted his second shutout in as many days, stopping all 37 shots he faced, and Wally Hergesheimer registered a hat trick as the Rangers defeated the Boston Bruins, 5-0, in Boston. Worsley stopped all 73 shots he faced while recording back-to-back shutouts against Boston.
  • Nov. 24, 1982 - A Ranger tallied a hat trick for the third consecutive game, as Rob McClanahan registered three goals in the Blueshirts' 8-5 win against the Minnesota North Stars at MSG.

REMEMBERING 1993-94

The Rangers extended their point streak to 14 games (12-0-2 record over the span) with a 7-1 win against the Ottawa Senators on November 24, 1993 at Ottawa. The Blueshirts' 14-game point streak from October 24, 1993 to November 24, 1993) is tied for the fourth-longest in franchise history. 

RANGERS VS. CAPITALS - 1993-94

The Rangers won five of six regular season meetings against the Capitals in 1993-94 and defeated Washington, four games to one, in the Eastern Conference Semifinals during the 1994 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Mark Messier led the Rangers with eight points (three goals, five assists) during the regular season, while Brian Leetch led the Blueshirts with nine points (three goals, six assists) in five games during the Eastern Conference Semifinals.

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Posted 2018-11-24 2:05 PM (#715171 - in reply to #715149)
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Posted 2018-11-24 2:11 PM (#715172 - in reply to #715149)
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Posted 2018-11-24 3:35 PM (#715173 - in reply to #715149)
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Posted 2018-11-24 6:17 PM (#715174 - in reply to #715149)
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Not a bad effort, but the skill level is limited.

A top line of

Namestnikov Zibanejad Fast

Isn't going to cut it....

Gettinger Andersson Fogarty......

Need an upgraded to the 4th line too

But the team is playing well. Gotta give them that. These guys are doing everything you could ever ask from a rebuilding team. They have a chance to win every night. They're playing the underdog role perfectly.

Going to be hard to get rid of Hayes.... The return on him needs to be significant
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Posted 2018-11-24 6:59 PM (#715175 - in reply to #715174)
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itsmcilrathtime
Posted 2018-11-25 12:24 PM (#715176 - in reply to #715149)
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Hayes is not who should go. Zucc is. He's dogging it and he's starting to look like he's 100.
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Posted 2018-11-25 12:29 PM (#715177 - in reply to #715176)
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itsmcilrathtime - 2018-11-25 12:24 PM

Hayes is not who should go. Zucc is. He's dogging it and he's starting to look like he's 100.


That is what you say about everyone. They are lazy. Every player that is bad or not playing well and your reasoning is laziness. The NHL must be full of the laziest people on the planet. How about a groin injury?
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Posted 2018-11-25 5:30 PM (#715178 - in reply to #715149)
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No denying Hays is probably playing his best hockey as a Ranger but many’s the player that kicked it up a notch or two in a contract year. Signing Hayes will have much to do about where the coach and G.M. feel Andersson, Chytil and Howden figure in going forward. To me it’s more a choice of Zibanejad or Hayes than the just mentioned other three. Either Hayes or Zibanejad would bring a good return. Personally I’d move Zibanejad and his possibly only being a concussion away from the end of his career status, while his market is hot. Spend his money on Hayes. In my opinion Zibanejad health is a very concerning issue with his number of concussions. He’s had at least five and that’s getting up there. Need some good input from the coach on this he knows Hayes as well as anyone. The Rangers have to rebuild as they go along, moving Zib, Zucc and any defensemen including, Smith, Shattenkirk, Staal they can will help any rebuild, at the end of the day it doesn’t hurt to have a veteran or two around.

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robstones
Posted 2018-11-25 7:29 PM (#715184 - in reply to #715149)
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One of Hayes or Zibanejad are a goner, so is Zuccarello.

We need a top line center... Hayes, Chytil, Andersson, Howden... none of them fill that role.

Zibanejad doesn't really either, but he's definitely that next tier centerman. The rest are middle 6, with Chytil having the most potential. That being said, The Rangers should make a package for Nylander. Can still try for Panarin, but the need for a legit Center is a big one if the focus of the rebuild is to make a contender....

Namestnikov Nylander Chytil
Kreider (Zibanejad/Hayes) Buchnevich
Kravtsov Howden Strome
Vesey Andersson Fast

Could be us by season's end

Toronto can have their choice of one of Staal, Skjei, or Shattenkirk + one of Hayes, Zibanejad, or Zuccarello in a two for one deal.

Say they choose Zibanejad and Skjei...

Zuccarello should then be used to bring in a defenseman to upgrade the hole left by Skjei. And quite frankly the rebuild will be over if you ask me.

By next year Hajek, Lindgren, and maybe even Rykov will be looking to have their rookie season. Shestyorkin will be here looking to do the same... And the other prospects will all be a year older.

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Posted 2018-11-25 7:34 PM (#715185 - in reply to #715149)
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If the Rangers are committed to the rebuild then they should absolutely sell high on Hayes, no question. Same with other veterans who could net something good in return.
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Mikey Red
Posted 2018-11-25 7:54 PM (#715186 - in reply to #715185)
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Word is Nylander might be close to signing with the Leafs. It is going to be interesting to see what happens....We cant have a bunch of 20 year olds out there....
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Posted 2018-11-25 9:22 PM (#715187 - in reply to #715186)
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Mikey Red - 2018-11-25 6:54 PM

Word is Nylander might be close to signing with the Leafs. It is going to be interesting to see what happens....We cant have a bunch of 20 year olds out there....





Nylander was playing with some very good players in Toronto. The jury is out on his ability to drive a team which your number one center better be able to do if your expecting success. I don’t see him anywhere near matching up head to head with the big dogs out there. Not even close. I’m also inclined to agree he is going nowhere. Toronto seeing his proven value as a winger.
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itsmcilrathtime
Posted 2018-11-26 2:29 AM (#715189 - in reply to #715184)
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Nylander is not a center. Trading Zibanejad is moronic.
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