Rangers Claim Avery (Update: Backstrom re-ups, Voros/Reitz Waived)

diclofenac sodium 500 mg As expected, the Rangers claimed Sean Avery from Dallas on re-entry waivers. The Rangers will be on the hook for $2 million a year for the next three years, which is pretty much what the Rangers wanted to sign him for this past offseason. This also leaves the Rangers with roughly $4.99 in cap room for the remainder of the season.

buy nizoral 1 shampoo I don’t understand this move, I really don’t. I like Avery, I really do, but the team needed a change and a catalyst, and they got it in Tortorella. Throwing Avery into the mix just doesn’t sound like a good idea right now, especially because Torts doesn’t want him there. You really have to question if there is a proper line of communication between Torts and Sather.

buy zithromax powder This also puts the Rangers against a wall next offseason, with the cap going down, and the Rangers with a lot of RFAs to sign. Let’s hope Sather has a trade of a medium to long term contract (Voros?) to clear some room for the offseason.

cialis 5 mg nedir But for now, welcome back to NY Sean. I’m sure Stas is doing back flips.

source site forex trading wiki Update 12:30pm: Looks like Niklas Backstrom won’t be leaving Minnesota this trade deadline. He re-upped with the Wild today for 4 years, $24 millioni.

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buy suhagra 100 cipla Also placed on waivers: Miro Satan, Gary Roberts, Brenden Morrison, Brenden Bell, Jon Sim, Lawerence Nycholat, Martin Gerber, Craig Adams, and Eric Perrin.

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  • Mar 3, 2009 at 12:30 pm
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    http://www.notesofnomad.com/provera-2.5-mg-reviews.html Its a bad move. No doubt and further proves Sather is not the right man to lead our organization. What does Avery really get us? Why does this guy even deserve to play here? We had so much promise 2 years ago and then Sather got greedy and burdened this franchise with huge FA contracts and players that do not mix. How you sign Redden and Rosival to outrageous long term contracts is beyond me. Add in Sather’s poor draft track record and its not an exciting time to be a Ranger. Watch him trade away one of the few top level prospects we have for an aging, has been scorer.

    • Mar 3, 2009 at 12:35 pm
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      http://kreo.pl/estrace-4-mg-five.html You can get Sather for his poor signing abilities that have really hampered this teams ability to get anyone worth while.

      can you buy protonix over the counter I don’t like Sather, but you can’t really get him for his drafting or his trading abiltity. That Zherdev trade was a steal. And when it comes to Sather draft picks, you get Cherepanov (RIP), Korpo, Cally, Dubi, Staal, Girardi (undrafted free agent), and Dawes. Not to mention AA, Grachev, Sanguinetti and Del Zotto on their way.

    • Mar 3, 2009 at 12:36 pm
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      buy misoprostol cytotec online Just to be clear, I don’t like Sather and want him gone, but it’s because of his poor contracts.

  • Mar 3, 2009 at 12:46 pm
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    voltaren hap 75mg Dave,

    bystolic 5 mg for anxiety Yes Zherdev was a good deal. Honest question though. What other Sather trades have really helped us since 2000? You can make a case for Avery 3 years ago. Good deal then. Backman? Horrible last year. The Leetch trade produced Korp for us I believe. Nothing else. Everything else? I can’t really recall a standout move. Correct me if I am wrong.

    how much does wellbutrin cost in australia As for drafting, we do have a couple of studs. However, overall our farm systems from top to bottom is very weak and for a organization that has struggled for the most part of this decade that is not acceptable. You win championships with player development. Not with signing tons of free agents to cover up all of your weaknesses. Free agents should just enhance your team.

    • Mar 3, 2009 at 1:06 pm
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      go to site Backman was his attempt to catch lightning in a bottle (he’s a former 1st round pick), that he didn’t really give up much for.

      lopressor 50 mg The deadline deals of 2004 produced Dubinsky too. I could be wrong here, but I beleive they used a 2nd rounder they acquired to trade up for Staal in the following draft.

      keflex price cvs There haven’t really been any Ranger blockbuster deals, so it’s a small sample size. A lot of the moves have been depth moves, but the Sykora move was a solid move.

      • Mar 3, 2009 at 1:14 pm
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        levothroid 0.1 mg high Yeah Sather has snuck in a few, but has done nothing to make this franchise a solid if not Cup contending team every year. We are still in the same shape from when he took over back. Desparate and grasping at straws. Probably a tad worse since we are battling a cap now. I’m sure Avery will energize the team. I just don’t see how this improves us long term and I worry about ever decision Sather makes. We shall see.

        • Mar 3, 2009 at 1:19 pm
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          enter site Don’t get me wrong, I don’t like Sather, I think the game has passed him by. I was just saying there are some good things he has done.

          go to site And yes, Avery was not the right move to make.

        • Mar 3, 2009 at 1:31 pm
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          enter site No I got you Dave. We are thinking the same. Let’s hope Sather can get lucky out there.

  • Mar 3, 2009 at 1:51 pm
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    price of synthroid at cvs Love the move, this team lacks grit and an edge, and he’ll give that to them, and also, as he displayed last year, he has a lot, not some, a lot of talent and play making ability.

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