Apr
12

Thursday Thoughts: Coaching, Bereglazov, Kovalchuk

April 12, 2018, by

forex handelszeiten sonntag lindy ruff

| FREE SHIPPING 🔥 |. We have special offers for you. ☀☀☀ buy flonase nasal spray online without prescription drug ☀☀☀,We offer products that help you solve your health problems.. Buy The playoffs are officially underway. Seems weird because the Rangers not only aren’t in them, but missed them by a wide margin. It wasn’t even close. They swan dived off a cliff. But that doesn’t mean the week has been slow. Alain Vigneault, Daryl Williams, and Scott Arniel were all shown the door. Ilya Kovalchuk appears to be on his way to New York. Alexei Bereglazov is having his contract terminated. As usual, I have some thoughts.

http://nova-pack.com/no/druvan/ 5mg,10mg, and 20mg tablets - Patient Information Leaflet (PIL) by AstraZeneca UK Limited 1. First the new news, as Bereglazov was placed on unconditional waivers to have his contract terminated. I’m not surprised by this, and neither should you. When he didn’t make the team out of camp, he eventually went back to Russia. This was the logical next step, as it’s clear he’s nowhere near the top of the depth chart, even with a new coach.

Are you in need of cheap Pills prograf 1mg kosten, but unable to find it? Buy in for just 74.58 right here! go travelling lipotrexate online after years Order of

Help patients save on buy nizoral without prescription® (conjugated estrogens tablets, USP), order samples, and more. See risks & benefits. 2. Bereglazov is the newest news, but not the most impactful news. The rumor that Kovalchuk is coming to New York has significantly more impact. The rumor is that the deal is 2-3 years at around $6 million. When the rumor broke on Monday, I was a little surprised. The Rangers are rebuilding, so signing Kovalchuk seems odd. But now that I’ve had time to digest and read some takes on it, I’m not overly concerned.

zocor 40 mg vidal® SleepGels®: Effective sleep aid for occasional sleeplessness, insomnia, or fatigue. 50 mg of diphenhydramine hydrochloride. Extra strength soft 3. First and foremost, this isn’t a risky signing. The Rangers need someone to put pucks in the net, and Kovalchuk can do that. But more importantly, they need someone to teach Filip Chyil, Pavel Buchnevich, and the next wave of potentially elite players how to do the same. If he signs (he can’t until July 1), then he would be the only player on the team who can do that.

buy clomid steroids (promethazine) is used to treat allergy symptoms and prevent motion sickness. Includes Phenergan side effects, interactions and indications. 4. Another thing with Kovalchuk is the trade value. Assuming he can still score, and assuming the Rangers remain outside of the playoffs next year, then there could be teams willing to pony up a decent amount for him. The Devils did the same with Jaromir Jagr, eventually trading him for a pair of picks at the deadline. They used those picks o grab Kyle Palmieri. It’s just a route the Rangers can take.

Medroxyprogesterone (go site) treats conditions such as absent or irregular menstrual periods, or abnormal uterine bleeding. Includes medroxyprogesterone 5. Of course the Blueshirts could go the complete opposite direction and sign him and John Tavares and say screw it on the rebuild. But I don’t think that’s where they are headed. Just had to mention it so you don’t think I’m wearing rose colored glasses.

reminyl 8 mg retard (Dicyclomine) drug information & product resources from MPR including dosage information, educational materials, & patient assistance. 6. For the life of me, I don’t understand why Lindy Ruff is still with the Rangers. He’s just a less friendly Alain Vigneault. His thought process is antiquated, his systems are the same, and he’s just another spoke on the wheel of recycled coaches. I wish I could predict what Jeff Gorton had on his mind regarding Ruff, but I honestly have no idea. If he’s in line to be the next coach, I’m starting a mutiny.

Click related term for http://lifeoutsideabox.com/diclofenac-tabletten-50-mg-ratiopharm.html: beta blockers 7. One last thought here: I think the next coach needs to be off the wheel of coaches. It needs to be someone new, someone who has a history of developing players. We will have more on that coming up, but another “good ole hockey guy” is not the answer.

"Thursday Thoughts: Coaching, Bereglazov, Kovalchuk", 5 out of 5 based on 36 ratings.
Categories : Uncategorized

51 comments

  1. Walt says:

    enter; Klinički podaci; Robne marke: Astende, Cirantan, Cresadex, Crestor: AHFS/Drugs.com: Identifikatori; CAS broj: ATC kod: C10: PubChem ” I think the next coach needs to be off the wheel of coaches. It needs to be someone new, someone who has a history of developing players. We will have more on that coming up, but another “good ole hockey guy” is not the answer.”

    Learn about purchase famvir online (Tamsulosin), dosing, proper use and what to know before beginning treatment Basically my post from the other day, and agree 100000000000% with you Dave!

    Page 1 of 21 PRODUCT MONOGRAPH Pr roxithromycin 300mg and alcohol® (pentoxifylline sustained release tablets, 400 mg Mfr. Std.) Vasoactive agent ATC Code : C04AD03 sanofi-aventis Bereglazov going back to Russia meant he couldn’t cut the mustard, and so took his ball home with him, where he lives in his comfort zone, Russia. So be it, especially with the stable of young defense-men we now have, good bye Alexi, wish you well. We will replace you with Rykov, who is quicker, smarter, and plays with a bit of an edge!

    INDICATIONS. methylprednisolone sodium succinate 500mg is a powerful multi-action topical application, which has potent analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects that offer quick relief Now lets address Kovi. JG stated that you can’t field a team of 20 rookies, understand that, but Kovi has his history, left his Devils team, not such a great move on his part. The guy still can score, could mentor the young Russian kids, as well as Filip on the fine art of being a sniper. On the negative side, we tie up big sums of money on a 36 year old player, for three years??????? Not so sure it’s a great idea???????? Yes he can be moved at the trade deadline, assuming we are smart enough not to grant a NMC! JG will make the right move, I trust his judgement more than the cigar chomper!!!!!

    here is here. How to Use Kamagra Oral Jelly for Your Erection Problems Lindy Ruff, are you kidding me? As described, an AC clone, lacking any personality, and stale as a month old loaf of bread. After the AHL PO’s are over, we will be granted permission to talk to Keefe, a bight and coming star coach. Let’s all cool our heels, time is on our side, and there is no rush to fill the position, people will come knocking on our door for a shot at running this team!!!!!!

    • gene4240 says:

      HIGHLIGHTS OF PRESCRIBING INFORMATION These highlights do not include all the information needed to use para que sirve el provera 5 mg safely and effectively. See full prescribing I would run from the NJ Devils too if I had the opportunity, cannot blame Kovi on that one.

    • gene4240 says:

      http://paulhdesign.com/orlistat-online-uk.html is a Natuzzi Italia bestseller. Its beauty and functionality make it one of our most popular models. It stands out for its modern design and accurate... Here is a key point in all of this–James Dolan….Mr. Dolan is not going to go through a dumpster fire of a season when he needs to sells those seats at MSG. NYC is not Edmonton where you can endear a few years of a rebuild.

      xenical diet pills price (rabeprazole)is used for the treatment of stomach ulcers and gastrointestinal ulcers and relieve the symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease. Gorton has to get younger while bringing in a player like Kovi as well to try to make this whole thing competitive real quick.

      Kindly note: The side outcomes of Cheap astelin overdose 800mg are non-permanent and the do not last for a lengthy moment. The minute your body system obtains acquainted Kovi is just the start,,wait until draft week. At least one top Right handed D men is on his rader and a another winger. The Jets would be a great trading partner and are looking to get back into the first round and have plenty of Right handed shots on their roster. Watching the jets last night, they had 4 Right handed shots on the PP. Just saying… No way the blueline is Shatty–Skjei and Staal and three unproven d-men, albeit Pionk is the best of the bunch in my opinion.

      • Reenavipul says:

        Learn about albendazole no prescription (Amoxicillin) may treat, uses, dosage, side effects, drug interactions, warnings, patient labeling, reviews, and related medications. That NYC can’t deal with a long term rebuild is baloney.

        Definition Mirtazapine is most commonly used to treat depression. Mirtazapine is available in the United States under the trade names of omnicef 500mg 5mg and Exhibit 1: Your New York Knickerbockers. On year 200 of their rebuild, yet they sell out every night thanks to visiting fans and the online resale market. This isn’t the 80’s when there was a sea of empty red seats that were sold, but not sat in.

    • Ray says:

      cheap cipro online I thought leaving the Devils was a gracious move. The new NHLPA agreement made his contract unacceptable and I was expecting the Devils use a compliance buyout. He left money on the table, but also avoided the humiliation of being bought out.

      prednisone 10mg dose pack instructions Remember, part of the cap realignment was to prevent future Kovalchuk contracts.

      • Egelstein says:

        go here This does indeed get lost in the narrative, sometimes, it seems. That deal was definitely about to be trouble for all parties involved. While I’d say that it was not a purely altruistic measure on behalf of Kovy to want to go back to Russia by any means, it did actually work out pretty well for the Devils in hindsight to be able to get out of that situation, as well.

      • Reenavipul says:

        It wasn’t the CBA, but that the Devils were hemorrhaging money and new ownership that was coming in didn’t want the contract on the books, so they cooked up this and the Clarkson deal.

  2. Andy says:

    I think another thing with Kovalchuk is he’s played with Rykov and Shestyorkin in the KHL. One of the rumored reasons the Devils were willing to trade Rykov to us was their concern of whether or not he would come to North America. Having familiar faces in North America can help alleviate that concern. Buchnevich has played with them too. Kovalchuk connection with a group of our young prospects could end up making him valuable to us in many ways beyond just scoring goals.

    • Walt says:

      Andy

      Along with your thought process, Kovi could be an assistant coach, or somehow work for the organization upon retirement. Just think back in the late 50’s and early 60’s, the Brooklyn Dodgers saw the light, and found many young Latin players both in PR, and the DR, and were one of the first teams to bring them here in numbers! Kovi could be our Russian contact, and or coach, where the kids from there wouldn’t be so concerned about coming here in the first place!!!! Just a thought??????

      • Andy says:

        just a great thought Walt. I was looking at what’s in front of me…you were looking 3 steps ahead. You are the Zen Master! He could help us keep a pipeline of young Russians coming into the system for years to come.

      • Dan says:

        That’s a really good point Walt. Even Drury (who wasn’t here that long compared to other players who we had for nearly a decade), stayed with the front office of the club and moved into the assistant GM position after he retire. Good thought.

    • Reenavipul says:

      KHL will have a hard cap of $14mm in 2019-20(with one star exemption) that drops to under $10mm(with 2 exemptions) the following season.

      These players(besides Kovy) will make more in Hartford than the will even for SKA. They’ll make more on their ELC than they would in their Russian career.

      • Walt says:

        Reen

        That’s interesting stuff. Could you see a glut of new players coming our way, meaning to the NHL???

        • Reenavipul says:

          The KHL has relegated 2 teams to the MHL, going to do another 2 by 2020.

          They normally don’t do long term contracts there, but it seems like every contract for someone over the age of 20 has their contract ending either this year or next. The NHLPA will have a wave of Russians looming on the horizon just in time for a decision to extend the CBA.

          • Walt says:

            Wow, that really could put the NHL management in the drivers seat should they try to bust the union, or play some big time hard ball with the association!!!!! That may not be a very good situation for the players I would think????

  3. amy says:

    this team has a mixture of kids and vets you need a coach that can work with both and he has to install a new system something that will work AV system worked when we went to the finals and the Eastern Conference finals and the person has to be young

  4. Leatherneck says:

    Anyone watch the Knights vs Kings game? Talk about discipline and good coaching….That was a tremendous game

    I Want coaching like that

    • Walt says:

      Leather

      The Knights are a team of so called cast offs, doing a bang up job. Guys who were given a chance in some cases, and proving they can perform. I like the way they are run!!!

      • Peter says:

        That was a fun game to watch. Also caught some of the Jets and the Wild which was another good one.

        • Fotiu is God says:

          Peter:
          In the first two minutes of The Jets-Wild tilt, I saw more nasty slashes, crosschecks and really solid hits than in the last two years of AV-led, contact averse hockey.

          Don’t know if you stayed up to the closer, but Number One Star: Adam Lowry. (Note to management: Heavy muckers matter.)

    • Mancunian Candidate says:

      Leather, we are agreeing a lot lately—Gallant is a good coach, as is John Stevens. Gallant got a seriously raw deal in Florida when they canned him, and in Vegas he has proven without a doubt he’s a top coach in this league. And Philly is famous for running good coaches out of town, Stevens & Laviolette are just two of many.

      • Egelstein says:

        To this day, I have no idea what Florida was thinking with Gallant. Granted, I have not researched it a ton, to note…but even before the success of the Knights – actually, before Gallant was even named coach of the Knights – I never really understood Florida’s front office thinking on that whole deal.

        Off-topic: LOL, Flyers. I expected PIT dominance, but I don’t know as I expected THAT much PIT dominance.

    • Mintgecko says:

      I loved how it sounded like a bug getting splat on the glass after every check. The glass bangers in Las Vegas were savages.

      I don’t know what happened since 2013 but it felt like I don’t hear that to often anymore.

    • tanto says:

      Gallant is a players’ coach and that works out perfectly with a team full of vets — usually.

  5. Emile the Cat says:

    Will Tavares “betray” the Islanders by signing with the Rangers? I kinda hope so. Also, I really don’t think Kovalchuk signs here without a NMC, which we should avoid … definitely if it’s more than 2 years. I think if he wants to come to NY, he would want some control of his future. Especially at his age.

    • Egelstein says:

      I could see Tavares pulling a Stamkos, personally. Use the market to drive NYI as high as his agent thinks they will go, and re-up, with no real intention to leave having ever existed. Who knows what his priorities and thoughts are, though. If he highly values contending for a Cup soon above all else, or if he wants an unconditional NMC for the life of the contract and NYI won’t go for that, etc., he may be fully prepared to move on no matter what they offer for money. I won’t be crying into my coffee as I read the headlines of the Rangers signing Tavares if they do, so long as the money is reasonable enough (as reasonable as any mega UFA deal is, anyway)…but I don’t at all think it is the right move right now. There will be others in the near future; Tavares is not like a once-in-a-lifetime-chance at the next Gretzky. Great player, but other similarly great players will be hitting UFA when the Rangers know more about who they are and what they need to complete the puzzle.

      As for NMCs, worst thing a team can do. Problem is, it has become expected to a degree not only for superstars who are like 26-28 when they hit UFA (which is the limit that, philosophically, they should be strictly reserved for IMO), but also even the next tier down of good if not elite players (as us Rangers fans know all too well). I’d do anything I could as a GM to avoid the NMC, personally. I don’t even really like unconditional full-term NTCs…but specifically to not even be able to send spent/severely struggling players down…ugh.

      These exist though, and once something like them are out there and common in the game, very hard to get them back out of the game. Players’ unions will shit bricks over efforts to phase a player perk that has become common back out of the game, regardless of how damaging it is to the teams and their balance sheets. One truly bad NMC deal could single-handedly cripple some franchises who don’t have the money to spend to the cap limit for years.

  6. Peter says:

    I know many have been debating a possible Tavares signing. I kind of doubt that he is inclined to come to the Rangers, but if he is, I would rather that the Rangers pass on him. I’d rather that they sort out what they have this coming season and perhaps land one of the UFA’s who will be on the market in 2019. Tavares is going to cost a boatload of money and he will insist upon a NMC and about 7 years. I would prefer they spend it on a stud defenseman at this juncture and let some pieces fall into place.

    As far as coaching is concerned, I agree with the ‘no retreads’ sentiments. Get a young coach with experience with young players and let the team and the coach grow together.

  7. Jack says:

    Hire Keefe, sign Evander Kane and Greg Pateryn and maybe Pat Maroon, Pateryn and Maroon on short deals….thats all the toughness you need.

    • James1090 says:

      I want no part of that locker room cancer Evander Kane.

      • Egelstein says:

        I’m not fully under-no-circumstances against Kane, but there definitely will be safer UFA options for similar production coming up in the next few years. Gorton has mentioned character multiple times that a mic has been put in front of him since the rebuild started. Seems it would be quite against the grain for them to seriously be looking at him at this stage.

  8. DAVID k says:

    I was hoping when Gallant got fired the Rangers took him and fired A.V. but that ship has sailed

  9. Resident Genius says:

    I agree we need someone who can deal with the youth. We need someone that can deal with the Russians. The Best Person for that job is Mike Keenan! There is no one better with the Russians and with the Rangers.

  10. Ray says:

    Two things: One, the Kovalchuk rumor is a rumor. That signing was already a speculation, so for somebody to put the rumor out there in the hopes of saying I told you first is not a stretch. It may happen, it may not, same as last week.

    Second, there are dozens of ways to rebuild. There are many timetables. A full commitment total rebuild was never in the cards. Such a rebuild requires a Lundqvist buyout. You simply can’t keep the central character from the team and declare it to be a new team. [Ranger brass rightfully assesses I think that the fans base would not accept such a move; certainly BSB’s commitment to the rebuild does not extend that far.] I see the key to the present philosophy is the acknowledgment that the Rangers are not close and want to build a sustainably good team. I.e., you don’t trade your top draft choices and best young prospects for that missing piece. And you don’t cripple yourself cap-wise. Do not compromise 2022 and 2023 to bolster 2019 and 2020.

    But that doesn’t mean you don’t try to put together a good team next year. Get young players, develop them well, but you needn’t play them in the NHL until they are ready. Players need to learn a lot. One thing is humility – you don’t learn that via an unmerited trip to MSG. One of the best motivators is trying to show you belong.

    • Peter says:

      Regarding Kovalchuk: I am afraid that it might take more money to sign him than he is worth and a longer contract than they should offer.

    • Reenavipul says:

      Like I wrote earlier in the week, that rumour was likely Kovy’s agent floating a trial balloon.

      GMJG has shown he understands the nuances of the CBA where Slats did not, so the idea of Kovy getting anything more than a series of 1 year deals is unlikely.

      *GMJG values flexibility above all, something a 2-3 year deal inhibits.

      *GMJG can’t offer full value for Kovy on a multi-year deal per above. With 1 year deals, he can offer up to $2.85mm in performance bonuses, plus extend him for year 2 on Jan. 1st under similar terms where they could up the signing bonus(or they hold off on the extension until the trade deadline. )

    • Reenavipul says:

      If you’re still trying to rebuild in 2022 or 2023, you’re doing it the wrong way. By that point, the guys you draft this year will already be out of their ELC and you’ll be running into cap issues.

      • Ray says:

        You can pay good salaries to good people. The key is to have a steady stream of ELC players on the roster to lower the burden. So you build the 2022 with these young players and more young players to come.

        • Reenavipul says:

          Again, if you’re still rebuilding and not contending after year 4(which is more like year 5 w/ the drafting of Chytil &Andersson) then you’ve failed as a GM and probably unemployed(except at MSG or Montreal.)

          Guys like Hayes, Kreider, Shatty & Fast have all aged out of their prime, Shestorkin will be off his ELC along with your 2017-2018 picks and prospects you picked up at the trade deadline.

          • Ray says:

            The plan would be to win the Cup in 2022 and 2023, not to still be building. And mostly you win the Cup with a balanced team, not 20 guys on ELCs – or no guys on ELCs.

            I really think the key to success is to not have a lot of silly rules. Trying to win a Cup with Shesterkin on his ELC is like trying to win in Lundqvist’s window – just adding an extra hurdle.

            I believe what JG wants to do is to be as competitive as possible as quickly as possible with the single caveat that you keep one eye on the future .

  11. SalMerc says:

    We are only 6 solid players and a coach away from being a contender next year. I think the make-up of those 6 includes a first round pick forward, a stud defenseman and 4 others. Those 4 can be UFA’s or trades.

    We need a sniper and more team defense too. I suspect Gorton builds the team with picks and UFAs. I just want to use the CAP space intelligently.

    I cannot see another purge next year, unless players like Hayes, Zibby and Krieder really disappoint.

    • tanto says:

      It’s hard to gauge how many “solid” players we still need. We have to see a full year of a healthy Shattenkirk, ADA, etc. — plus the development of Chytil, Andersson and perhaps one or two of the recently acquired prospects. Most importantly we need to see how THIS team reacts to a new system. The biggest change is dropping AV and his particular philosophy, especially how it relates to the defense. Until then I’m loath to claim we’re 4, 5, 6, 7, etc. players away from being a contender.

      • SalMerc says:

        Just trying to make the point that a first round pick and Kovi won’t get it done. We need guys who are major steps up from Carey, McLeod, Desharnais and Holland. Those players are rarely ready if they are second round picks, so we need to make some real changes (read additions) if Gorton wants to contend next year. I suspect nobody in the organization wants another year without the playoffs.

    • Reenavipul says:

      6 solid players means that you’re 2 years away as a new coach, new system means you are going to start off rough those early days of next season.

  12. Reenavipul says:

    For those hoping the Rangers can get Trouba from Winnipeg, I’ve got bad news: The Jets will have almost $20mm in cap space headed into next year and only 2 RFAs that will cost them serious money(Trouba & Hellebuyck.)

    The only way Trouba becomes available is a sign & trade(but Jets are sorta stacked with prospects right now) or the arbitration hearing goes so badly(well north of $6mm) the Jets walk away

  13. Eugene says:

    1. Please no Kovi, he was barely moving feet in a KHL PO, after not intensive season and not intensive Olympics, dude can not play 82 games on level way bellow, he will not be able to keep pace here, and about veteran presence in a locker room….. he is russia Koshelchuk (packet-chuk)

    2, No E Kane, this dude professional trouble in locker room and outside it, and also he is not a guy, who is going back to deffence

    3. Bereglazov didn’t impress on Travers City tournament, he was toooooo slow and in too bad shape.

    4. Hire Keefe

    • Reenavipul says:

      Sorta fair point on Kovy running out of gas, but he’d been playing most every other night from Mid August and the Olympics.

      Grinds like that for old people is why the legs go.

    • Jeff P says:

      Kovi doesn’t need to fly. He still has magic hands and nearly Ovechkin level shot.
      Rangers need someone to hit corners and not middle of goalie’s chests.

  14. craig says:

    We need to stop”Russian” to think we need to sign Kovy to a contract. I would stay away from making the same mistake we have made signing aged players in the past. Some worked out, but many don’t. Stick with the younger guys and maybe sign Tyler Seguin and a slew of other younger prospects available, if possible. Forget about Tavaris, it ain’t happening. If Kovy goes for a 1 year contract, then it is conceivable.