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Game 35: Rangers vs. Kings

According to Steve Zipay, Vally may get the nod tonight against the Kings. I agree with this. Let Hank rest up and be fresh for the game against my pick to win the Cup this year (before they set a record of 25 wins in the first 30 games). Considering the strong effort by everyone last night (even Kalinin, who finished +1 and only had one really bad play when he let Perry just blow right by him in the first), I would expect the same scratches of Prucha, Fritsche and Potter.

Sundin has a soft deadline of tomorrow/Friday for making his decision. The Rangers offer was probably in the $2-$3 million range for the rest of the season. It could possibly go higher, depending on the moves management is willing to make.

I have a holiday party for work to attend tonight, so I probably won’t be updating this during the game. Who knows, I may get back in time for the third.

Update 4:00pm: It’s confirmed (as per Zip), Vally will get the start tonight.

2 Responses to “Game 35: Rangers vs. Kings”

  1. Adam Heath says:

    Am I the only Ranger fan that doesn’t want us to sign Sundin? Rumor has it that Gomez could be on the block to clear up space should Sundin sign. Do we really want to trade away the most important offensive player on the team for an aging veteran near the end of his career? And even if its not Gomez, any sane GM is going to ask for one of our talented youngsters along with any high salaried player the Ranger want to dump. Wwho wants to give away that upside for for a 1-year fix? Nothing against Sundin – he was and is a world class player and great leader, but I just don’t think he is worth the potential price… If the Sather can find a way to make it work without giving up much though, the Rangers would be the deepest team in the league at center with Drury effectively being relagated to the third line.

  2. Dave says:

    You are not the only one against it. I’d rather have a Renney-less Rangers than a team with Sundin.