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32 thoughts on “Lessons learned from Jagr

  • Jun 7, 2012 at 7:44 am
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  • Jun 7, 2012 at 8:42 am
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    Denis Potvin essentially said this on the Hockey This Morning show on XM on Tuesday. I scoffed at it primarily because it was coming out of Potvin’s mouth. He said that Parise was helpless to defend on Kopitar because he is too small.

    On the face of it one would tend to agree with your thoughts about size but there is another way to look at this. Big guys can control the puck and fight off smaller checkers quite easily. Hell, Jagr has checkers hanging off of him like pilot fish.

    But his setting up shop along the half boards and waiting for a pass from Nylander or Straka got too predictable. They became a one trick pony.

    So far the scoring in this playoffs has been so low as to incredibly boring. People want to see a fast moving wide open game, not a bunch of giants standing around playing patty cake with the puck.

    To find a combination of size and SKILL is rare. There aren’t too many Lindros, Shanahans or Jagrs up for grabs right now. I would rather take my chance with speed and skill, size be damned. I’d take a Jeff Skinner over a Rick Nash.

    I would never draft for size again after the Huge Specimen debacle. The only way to add size is through free agency or a trade. So far Sather has only been able to add big wastes of space like Rupp and Scott.

    If Sather is going to add size up front via a trade , he is going to have to give up a lot to get it. Say goodbye to Dubinsky, Anisimov and Del Zotto and a first round pick to do it.

    I wouldn’t revisit the Nash deal. How about Bobby Ryan?

    • Jun 7, 2012 at 9:49 am
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      For me it is all about balance, not just in your roster, but how you create offense. The Jagr, Nylander, & Straka combo was a fantastic line that loved to overload the half boards.

      There’s nothing wrong with that strategy, so long as you also have other guys that can score on transition, from the blueline, in front of the net, etc. The Rangers at the time we’re missing a lot of that other stuff. In a sense, we still haven’t achieved that balance. I’m not sure adding another sub 5’10 transition player is the answer to our woes. Especially on the PP.

  • Jun 7, 2012 at 9:23 am
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    How big is Bobby Ryan

    • Jun 7, 2012 at 9:51 am
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      Not sure of the accuracy, but he’s listed at 6’2 210 lbs.

  • Jun 7, 2012 at 10:38 am
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    You hit it right on the nose.

    With the Rangers style of offensive play, they need a puck monger who is tough to knock off the puck like Jagr in his earlier years, who is out there? It’s definitely not Zack Parise. Is it Rick Nash? 6’4″ 216..

    • Jun 7, 2012 at 10:58 am
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      Nash perhaps, Bobby Ryan if he’s available, Clowe or Jordan Staal if we can get creative on the offers.

      • Jun 7, 2012 at 11:26 am
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        In terms of Staal inter-division trades with rivals usually don’t happen…

        • Jun 7, 2012 at 11:27 am
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          then again maybe we’re looking at the wrong Staal? Though I doubt Carolina would trade its captain even coming off a very down year.

          Or maybe we trade for both Staals! (kidding)

        • Jun 7, 2012 at 11:28 am
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          Probably not. But the Pens are supposedly dangling him. Worth a phone call.

  • Jun 7, 2012 at 11:38 am
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    I think Dubi and Anisimov have disappointed in this regard. Dubi especially, because his strength is his….strength. When he plays the right way, he takes guys wide and uses his monstrous legs to protect the puck down low. But he seemed out of shape and too weak away from the puck this year. I’ve never seen him fall as much as he did this season. And if Anisimov is not going to use his 6’4″ frame in this way, he needs to produce more. I could see one or both as part of a deal.

    Kreider showed a lot of puck protection and comfort within tight, physical spaces. I think that’s part of what made his transition so smooth. He seemed to feed off of contact when he had the puck. But I agree, they need more of this.

    I will say, Stepan looked a little stronger towards the end of the year and the playoffs. But he’ll obviously never be that type of player. My choice: Getzlaf.

    • Jun 7, 2012 at 12:08 pm
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      Agreed. Dubi has that ability to fight off checks, he’s just missing the second part of the equation, which is finishing the play.

      Arty is skin and bones. The kid needs to beef up and be much stronger on the puck. He is too easily knocked off the puck and his head is always down.

      Stepan certainly improved in this regard, but he still needs to take another step forward. Hopefully his work ethic & gene pool are just as strong as all of his other tools.

    • Jun 8, 2012 at 10:31 am
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      Getzlaf??? Are you comparing ? Or saying we should go after him? He doesnt become a UFAuntill next season.

  • Jun 7, 2012 at 12:28 pm
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    On the surface it is easy to look at not signing Jagr as a wasted opportunity. Quality player, size…good character, fun guy and all the rest. But when I look deeper I see that his age might have been the biggest factor of all for a good reason. Jagr would have attracted center attention and it would have made drama in blowing up the plan we are in. Jagr is Blaah blaah blaah…our window of opportunity is closing blah blah blah.
    Not even Jagr as likable and skilled as he is is worth that kind of pressure and thought. The plan in place is Masterful, well thought out and purpose driven. Just a look at the McIlrath pick demonstrates what I am saying. For those crying Fowler, you are short sighted.
    A schultz signing, a good pick in the 1st and 2nd rounds and a Getzlaf signing in 13 is all we need. Bobby Ryan would be nice but not at the cost. Nash, are you kidding me? But Ryan clowe or David Backes….puts a smile on my face. Here is the thing about these players…They are not worth a 4 for 1 type trade. If that is the case then so is Marc Staal, Girardi, McDonagh, Kreider, Callahan and Stepan. We can not over value other people players and under value our own players.

  • Jun 7, 2012 at 1:18 pm
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    Yes, Jagr is blessed with size and skill. But you don’t need size to be successful. Datsyuk, Zetterberg, Giroux and even Crosby are 6 ft or under and under 200lb. Stamkos, Tavares and Sedins are 6’1” and under 200lb. For every Jagr and Kovalchuk you have 10 smaller guys that are as successful or better.

    • Jun 7, 2012 at 1:53 pm
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      You missed my point. I am not undermining undersized players. I just think you need to surround them with some bigger boys. You need balance. Even Datsyuk and Zeke have Franzen and Holmstrom to support them.

      • Jun 7, 2012 at 2:21 pm
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        Absolutely Correct Sir!

  • Jun 7, 2012 at 2:36 pm
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    Looking into Jags while Gaborik is out wouldnt be such a bad thing right now. The worse thing that can happen is we push everyone down a spot when he comes back Giving you a right side of Gabs, Jags and Cally.

    As for Size. Decent size is available this July. At what should be a fair price.

    Dustin Penner LW 6’4 242

    Jarret Stoll C 6’1 213 helps on PK and faceoffs

    Paul Gaustad C 6’5 212

    Taylor Pyatt LW/RW 6’4 228

    These guys can all help this team and the first two are on a team that has to resign alot of players.

    • Jun 7, 2012 at 5:52 pm
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      Gaustad and Stoll are intriguing options.

    • Jun 7, 2012 at 10:25 pm
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      Gaustad is a slightly younger, slightly better Rupp. I’d take him, but you can’t have both on the team. Stoll, meh.
      I’d rather have David Jones from Colorado.

    • Jun 7, 2012 at 10:51 pm
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      I like where your head is at Ricky, but all of these guys you mention excluding Jagr are bottom 6 players. I’m looking for Top 6 help.

  • Jun 10, 2012 at 2:02 am
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    Bring back jagr!

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