Post-Christmas Rangers Wish List

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opzioni binarie guadagnare I hope everyone had a good holiday yesterday. It’s been a rough go of it late for us Ranger fans, as we’ve been watching the Blueshirts get shelled every night. We are at a point where Henrik Lundqvist might just go back to Sweden and say, “screw it.”

solu medrol 30 mg /kg We all have our wish lists for this team. I figure I would go through mine, even if it is a little late. I hear Santa likes to deliver some tardy Christmas gifts if you ask nicely.

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source link 1. A second line center. Please, for the love of all that is holy, please give us another center. This team cannot survive with David Desharnais playing a top-six role. He’s been a feel-good story, but they need someone who is better and more consistent. I’m still holding out hope that the Canadiens do something stupid and trade Alex Galchenyuk.

prednisolone 0.5mg uses 2. A different defensive zone system. This team will continue to live and die by Henrik Lundqvist’s ability to stand on his head and the offense’s ability to put pucks in the net. That will lead to some very fun –or terrible– streaks for the Blueshirts. At some point, less is more.

http://www.mokehuhu.com/medicament-pariet-20-mg.html 3. More KZB. I don’t really think this needs an explanation.

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desyrel tab 50mg 5. Someone to revoke Hank’s Swedish passport. I’m serious about the whole returning to Sweden thing. He might do it.

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hydroxychloroquine 100mg 09/2014 8. Also – cheaper concessions. But I’ll settle for cheaper tickets.

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20 thoughts on “Post-Christmas Rangers Wish List

  • Dec 26, 2017 at 12:08 pm
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    celebrex 200mg uses KZB line, as pointed out by Brooks, in 194 minutes of even strength play has scored 5 goals while giving up 8.

    zyrtec d 5 mg dosage But hey, they have good possession numbers right?

    • Dec 26, 2017 at 1:12 pm
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      buy cipro in usa You’re telling me that watching these games; the Rangers have a better or potentially better line than KZB?

      follow site Not even close.

      target prevacid price And please don’t respond with the small sample size Desharnais-K-B against crap competition.

      • Dec 26, 2017 at 1:38 pm
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        arimidex online Did I say I think there are better lines on this team? Nope.

        metformin 1000 mg pill identification Just pointing out that these guys aren’t the offensive juggernaut that everyone makes them out to be!

        • Dec 26, 2017 at 1:49 pm
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          http://quinceanerainvites.com/birthday+invitations They have the most upside. Benching Mika and moving Pavel to the 4th line is no way to mount a comeback.

          http://myomasafecure.com/buy-herbal-viagra-uk.html Not sure anyone thinks there is any form of juggernaut on this team. But coach still hasn’t figured out who his points per 60 leaders over the last 2 seasons are.

          • Dec 26, 2017 at 2:21 pm
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            go here You do understand right that Mika just returned from a concussion, right? He’s been a shell of himself thus far. Benching him in that situation was more than reasonable.

            ashwagandha 250mg 70ml The whole “player x” to the 4th line nonsense is so overblown. There have been plenty of articles and blogs showing that many coaches do the exact same thing to the chagrin of the blogosphere “experts”.

            Sometimes hockey coaching is about gut feel more than highly suspect stats, the likes of which convinced more than half this blog that McIlrath and Clendening were better options than Girardi….only to find out when all three left the team…they actually weren’t.

            Miller went to the 4th line the other night. Miller got a goal. Guess it worked right?

            • Dec 26, 2017 at 8:54 pm
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              Who got the assist on Miller’s goal? Asking for a friend.

              • Dec 27, 2017 at 9:01 am
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                Rho-

                My point was that moving Miller (or Mika or Buch) to the 4th line on a team attempting to create four balanced lines is not this big deal that everyone makes it out to be. Miller was not adversely affected. He was moved around as circumstances dictated and scored. It’s a whole lot of hand wringing over nothing.

                We need more out of these guys. Every so often, giving them a little “demotion” for a brief period of time is ultimately good for them. Somehow, I think they are mentally tough enough to handle it. These are not some elite stars that should be immune from being shuffled.

              • Dec 27, 2017 at 11:29 am
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                As noted later in this thread, it goes to ice time. Check out tonight’s lines. Of course they will win and make AV look like a genius.

    • Dec 26, 2017 at 4:47 pm
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      If you’re taking shots at possession stats that won’t do it. 194 minutes is still a fairly small sample size and even when you go on the ice and control possession, you still need to make smart plays with the puck. Even if the 5 on the ice drive 90% of the possession, one missed coverage could result in a shot and subsequent goal against. The larger the sample, the more things even out over time. Just like what goes up, must come down. Same goes for possession statistics. Those 190 mins are more of a trend than the result.

      • Dec 26, 2017 at 6:28 pm
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        I’m not taking a shot at fancy stats. Just pointing out that while they “look great” the results aren’t exactly worthy of “they never should be broken up”.

        Yet at some point line combos will be switched up and despite lackluster production people will still bitch and moan and claim this line is untouchable. Just wait for t to happen!

  • Dec 26, 2017 at 12:17 pm
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    AV fired.

  • Dec 26, 2017 at 12:18 pm
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    went to Saturdays game, met my wife’s old friend and her husband for drinks. Between them and the 2 men with their young daughters flanking us at the game, I left completely humbled that I can see games almost solely due to the fact that I do not have children. I listened to one father talk up the seats to his daughter so much so she understood how much it took to get them there to see the team.

    my wife’s mom was an original garden fan, she carried this tradition on with my girl, its a great thread for our relationship…

    so hard on families to carry this along…

    buy the end of the game both dads next to me where smiling, all I could do was cheer it up and give those 2 kids the most fun as fans… every goal I started the 2 girls jumping up and down with me, I am a big built dude so they were all loving it… the 6 of us trading fan fare high fives… anything to make those dads $$$ worth every penny…

    my seats with train tickets in, $500 for the pair…

    its not going to get better! but the blue seats were rocking!!!

  • Dec 26, 2017 at 12:43 pm
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    The organization knows exactly how much each ticket fetches on the secondary market and realizes that the prices are what the market will bear. Check Wednesday against the Caps. Prices are the highest of the year by far. We have only ourselves to blame.

  • Dec 26, 2017 at 1:24 pm
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    2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 (I expect 4 and 5 isn’t needed, Hank isn’t going anywhere) …. because I doubt we could possibly get any of the others — then again you’re wishing and wishes don’t come true 99% of the time. lol

  • Dec 26, 2017 at 2:09 pm
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    I think point 4 can solve point 1..but in fairness, I agree Desharnais is not the answer for us, but he was brought in as 4th line center. He’s overachieving and he’s been useful. As for ticket prices being lower, as long as they don’t hurt the cap OK..same thing with concessions. We have needed a different D zone coverage for yeas…one can only hope.

  • Dec 26, 2017 at 2:46 pm
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    My biggest Christmas wish for the Rangers is pretty simple—good health and a return to form of some key guys. While we haven’t lost a lot of manpower games to injury, we have had a compromised or out McDonagh for most of the season, a concussed Mika, and now Fast out again. Add to that a subpar Smith who apparently came to camp out of shape, and a largely ineffective Shatty the last 15 or so games, and it’s a miracle we are in this thing at all. (4th best record in hockey since Halloween).

    This team does not have anywhere near enough high end talent to compensate for all this. Mika MUST return to pre-concussed Mika…but when? A few days? A few weeks? A few months? Next season? Never? The KZB line is toast without Mika at his best and so will be the Rangers.

    Fast is a glue guy who is a key to this team’s success. It is imperative that when he returns, he can be the same max effort guy he has been in the past.

    Smith worries me. He has gone from bad to medicore this season, which I guess is progress but still far off what we hoped for. The defense was supposed to be about the top 4 as among the best in the league. That narrative was totally overblown to begin with and now even the top three are just ok—not great. Smith may be like Hayes two years ago. Come to camp out of shape and deal with a substandard season that hurts the player and the team. If he’s just adequate the rest of the way, that’s not going to be good enough.

    Shatty has been in a slump. He needs to snap out of it. He should. He must.

    This isn’t about coaching. This is about a poorly formed roster with guys who either have been hurt or struggling trying to get their respective games on track. The Rangers can still make a big run here in a balanced Metro division if these issues are addressed. If not, they are done. Plain and simple.

    • Dec 26, 2017 at 6:04 pm
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      “My biggest Christmas wish for the Rangers is pretty simple—good health and a return to form of some key guys.”

      Not world peace and a repeal of the new tax bill?

      • Dec 27, 2017 at 4:59 pm
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        Not world peace and a repeal of the new tax bill?

        Now that’s funny!!!!!!!!!

  • Dec 26, 2017 at 6:02 pm
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    1) How about top 9 center?
    2) You’re welcome Dave. I’m older than you and have said longer than you.
    3) Our coach, what evs. Buch’s 5 on 5 minutes are laughable.
    4) Ah, mais bien sur!!
    5) Hank is here more than Sweden, not a problem.
    6) Yep.
    7) Good luck with that, we can’t even get one effing T shirt for the playoffs.
    8) If you ask for cheaper concessions then the counters will collapse. Oh, you mean the merchandise and food, lol.
    9) How about if we just hide his gum?

  • Dec 27, 2017 at 10:23 am
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    You’re spot on I’d add trust the youth more(AV) Stop the juggling act (AV again) Shake up the bench fire Arneil ( replace with Ruff) hire Messier

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