Missing Captains around the League

The Rangers aren't the only team who need a C
The Rangers aren’t the only team who need a C

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President/Prime Minister/Captain
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Spoiler alert: Nash leaves Columbus
Spoiler alert: Nash leaves Columbus

lisinopril sandoz 20 mg Sharing the role of alternate since Nash’s departure has been Brandon Dubinsky, Jack Johnson, Jared Boll and Mark Letestu. Though the seniority of the bunch belongs to Johnson, it’s more likely that if the Jackets do name a captain this year, it’ll be Dubinsky. Dubinsky has flourished in Columbus since his trade – ironically, as part of a package for Nash – and recently signed a long term contract extension that should lock up most of the remainder of his career there. It’s hard to say if Columbus will name a captain this year, as they have been doing well without one, but if they do, my guess is with Dubi.

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Jovanovski came back to the Panthers in 2011 with the hopes of helping to rebuild the team. Unfortunately, after a lingering hip injury, he wasn’t really helping the team anymore, often missing games. He was bought out with a year and a little over $4M left on his contract this past summer.

With such a young team, there are two ways that the Panthers could go to address their need for a new captain. The Panthers could choose a veteran and promote 35 year old alternate captain Brian Campbell, who has been with the team and can lead the younger players to a playoff track. Alternatively, the Panthers could choose a young player, depending on his alternates to help him in times where his age might have him a bit lost. A good choice here would be 22-year-old Erik Gudbranson, a defenseman who has an international medal under his belt and a bright future ahead of him. With several acquisitions, my choice would be to promote Campbell and have him prepare the team for a young captain in years to come.

Of all these teams, I think the most interesting choices to wait for will rest in San Jose and Ottawa, as these leadership spots really are open for the taking.

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9 thoughts on “Missing Captains around the League

  • Aug 24, 2014 at 4:41 pm

    I think the Sharks taking the captaincy from Thornton just shows that he’s not even in their short term plans. I doubt he finishes the year in SJ. He has a NMC and said he wanted to go to NY to play for the Rangers. Maybe Wilson & Sather talked but the demands were too high for Sathers liking.

    I see a correlation between Staal & Thornton somehow. They may trade teams but the Rangers would either have to wait until the deadline when their available cap space goes up. Or trade an additional roster player to clear the needed cap space. SJ failure in the playoffs can’t be put on Thornton. He’s still a Point per game player in the playoffs. He might be just what the Rangers need in the playoffs. He’s one of the leagues best passers. Might get Nash going in the playoffs which would be huge. The Rangers need a big Center to contend with the best teams in the west.

    • Aug 25, 2014 at 9:15 am

      I think that becomes a more likely scenario if the Rangers have issues at 3C (Miller). Stepan is a capable 1C, and Brass should be a capable 2C.

  • Aug 24, 2014 at 6:18 pm

    Let that old fart stay out there in San Jose, he never led that team to anything!!!!!

    • Aug 24, 2014 at 9:12 pm

      That doesn’t mean on a possession team with speed to burn and the best goalie in the world he wouldn’t thrive. He gets it done in the playoffs. It’s the defense and goaltending that let that team down in the big games the last 3-4 seasons. He can’t score 4 goals himself in a playoff game. He’s also a given 70 points in the regular season. A point per game in the playoffs and he adds size at center that the Rangers lack. Brass can go to 3rd line and Stepan can move to 2nd line and that’s a cup team there.

      • Aug 24, 2014 at 9:49 pm

        Puck, I agree with you. Thornton is still one of the best players on that team. He won’t put up a Hertl game but he’s more consistently good and, of course, he’s a veteran.

      • Aug 25, 2014 at 8:05 am

        And what will they have to give away to get big Joe, the kitchen sink?? I’d rather they draft, and develop their own, or trade for someone to meet our needs who is much younger!! The guy is old, and these are usually the players who run out of steam later on in the season, Brad Richards anyone???????

  • Aug 24, 2014 at 8:08 pm

    Great post Becky.

    • Aug 24, 2014 at 9:48 pm

      Thank you!

  • Aug 25, 2014 at 12:21 pm

    Why in the world did Ottawa re-up Anderson when they have Lehner locked up? I think that’s the bigger issue than their lack of captain.

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