Who could be trade bait?

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  1. Bloomer says:

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    • Dave says:

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    • Kevin says:

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      • Dave says:

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  2. ranger17 says:

    cordarone o coumadin 3mg. Authoritative facts about the skin from DermNet New Zealand. Would Boyle and Thomas or Boyle an a 3rd get us Ryan Clowe

  3. Walt says:

    I love Boyle, but he has been a bust since his bud Prust was let go. He can score, 20 goals two seasons ago, play-offs last season, but he has done nothing this year.

    If we can get a top nine scoring forward, or solid d-man, bye bye Brian! But that is a big IF!!

    As for Pyatt, he skates like a diesel truck in first gear. He is big, but as soft as a prtezel that you can get at the garden. Why we went after him, and let Mitchell go, oh well, we can’t cry over spilled milk. Do you think we can get a bucket of pucks in return for him?

    Now for the kids, like stated by you Kevin, they are small, and some are not defensivly sound, what will they bring back? It will be interesting to see what moves are made.

    By the way, the Pens made themselves much tougher with the addition of Morrow from Dallas, and Murrey from San Jose. You have to give credit to Shero, as a GM he has made some bold moves in a short period of time. With these two, and Neil last season, he’s made the Pens a tougher team!!

  4. Kevin says:

    I don’t think you send them for rentals in an ideal world, but with Pitt sending one of its top prospects in Morrow for a rental, that’s going to be the going rate this year

    • Dave says:

      Pitt had depth (Maata, Pouliot) that made Morrow expendable. Rangers don’t really have that. They’ve developed their prospects too quickly and have a bit of a hole in their system right now.

      • Kevin says:

        Agreed that NYR can’t really afford to move those guys, but that is the going rate. if they actually intend to make moves, there isn’t really another way, except moving Gabby

        • Dave says:

          Well right now we haven’t seen an NHL-for-NHL deal other than Powe for Rupp. That market could be different.

  5. ranger17 says:

    Clowe would not be a rental . We need to get some toughness on this team . If Boyle would just use his size he could become that guy , but he seems like he is affraid to hurt some one . Has Nash ever knocked any one out , seems everyone just shies away from him and nobody wants to tangle with him . Never remember him for being hard to play against . Remember Andy Bathgate nobody ever wanted any part of him either but he never played tough

    • Dave says:

      I’d love Clowe, but I really want to see if that shoulder issue is bigger than people are making it out to be.

  6. Jared says:

    I dont think trading boyle would be a good idea. While I do not like him and do not think he is playing well, I do not think that the rangers have enough quality penalty killers to afford to trade boyle.

    Not only is he a penalty kill center but he is a center nonetheless and faceoffs has seem to be an issue for the rangers. As much as I would like to see boyle move, I think the rangers will keep him.

    (also he has a cheap contract that will help later on).

  7. ranger17 says:

    Boyle is one of the best 4th line centers in hockey . Good on draws and very good PKer . Key being 4th liner only on this team

  8. Chuck A says:

    So, if Gabby’s 75%, and Richards (& others) are having a down year, why not be sellers and plan for next year? LA Kings resurrection story aside, a Cup does not at all seem feasible this year.

    • Dave says:

      Anything’s possible with the best goalie in the world in net, and two slumping stars shooting well below career averages. If Hank gets hot and BR/Gab progress back to mean, Rangers could be dangerous.

  9. Dave says:

    Surprised no one has said much about McColgan.