Looking ahead to the 2020 locko…..errr…..expansion draft

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http://kurtlarlakosankadin.com/clomid-50mg-tablets-for-men.html If there is one thing that is guaranteed in the summer of 2020, it’s that the NHL will have a lockout. Also an expansion draft. Definitely the expansion draft. Let’s stick with that. There’s already been some talk about who the Rangers will be able to protect from Seattle, and while  go to link a lot will change between now and then, it’s August, so let’s take a very premature look at what could transpire.

cheap Methotrexate For the sake of this exercise, let’s assume the rules are the same. Teams can protect 7F/3D/1G, or 4F/4D/1G. Players with no move clauses must be protected, but players with no trade clauses –without a no move clause– can be exposed (Rick Nash had a NTC and a NMC, thus had to be protected). For the the sake of my sanity, any player entering his third year of his ELC is exempt.

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lamisil oral online Let’s look at who is exempt, and there’s a long list:

amitriptyline 30 mg for migraine What makes this challenging for the Rangers right now is that they only have six players signed through that 2020-2021: Henrik Lundqvist (NMC), Mika Zibanejad (NMC starting in 2019), Kevin Shattenkirk (NMC), Marc Staal (NMC), Brady Skjei, and Brendan Smith (NTC).

motilium 10 mg leaflet Based on the above, the Rangers will need to protect that entire list, save for Smith. That takes care of your three defensemen (Shattenkirk, Staal, Skjei) and your goalie. Zibanejad takes up one of the seven slots for forwards.

vasotec 50mg 4mg For argument’s sake, let’s assume Chris Kreider and Pavel Buchnevich are re-signed and protected. Let’s assume one of Vlad Namestnikov/Ryan Spooner also get the same treatment. And for the sake of the post, Jesper Fast sticks around as well. That’s five forwards, enough room for a few trades without worrying about protection status.

aciclovir 800 mg dosis genfar The defense looks ugly. But I think it’s a fair guess that Staal gets bought out before the expansion draft, much like Dan Girardi. That leaves one extra slot for Tony DeAngelo or Neal Pionk, should one of them play well enough for protection.

metformin 1500 mg side effects This leaves the exposed list, as of today, comprising the following:

voltaren im 75 mg That is quite the unimpressive list of exposed players. The “biggest” name here is Georgiev, whom the Hank haters are already calling the future starter. First off, the future is Shestyorkin. Second, Georgiev would be an Oscar Lindberg-esque loss. It would sting, but it wouldn’t impact the long-term plans for the club.

see url Of course, this is all said on August 20, 2018, almost two years before the lockout. Sorry. Expansion draft. I need to stop doing that.

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  • Aug 20, 2018 at 9:30 am
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    http://www.smartinets.com/tegretol-price-increase.html If I’m not mistaken, Shattenkirk has a limited NTC that expands each year. It may benefit the Rangers to explore a trade after this season, especially if he plays well.

    • Aug 20, 2018 at 10:30 am
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      dilantin 300 mg Shatty is apart of the old boys few so that means he is not going anywhere. Zib, Smith and Staal are all question marks moving forward though.

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  • Aug 20, 2018 at 10:31 am
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    enter site Wow, so many errors.

    1. Forgot Chris Bigras, as you always do. Bigras was actually a guy Colorado thought was a starter at the beginning of last year. Like DeAngelo, probably won’t pan out, but he is still an option for now.

    2. I believe Lindqvist and Meskanen are exempt.

    3. The Rangers don’t have to protect anybody. Neither Skjei not Zibanejad has an NMC, so they can be exposed. Indeed, while like you, I presume Zib will be protected, Skjei is less clear. He was not worth one third of his new contract last year and that contract is a true gamble. If he becomes the player you expect, he’s a bargain and will be protected. But if we see more of the 2017-2018 Skjei, he gets exposed. As for the other three, they all have only one year remaining on their contracts and are easy buyouts. The toughest penalty is Hank and he just entails a cap hit of less than $3.5M for two years. Staal would be considerably cheaper. They are not locked in to the three named defensemen.

    You think they will want to protect four of the five and the current betting line is that you are right, but they don’t have to do anything.

    4. The expansion draft is expected, but nothing is set in concrete – delays are possible.

    5. Maybe you talk to lots of people who do not comment here, but no one here has anointed Georgiev the goalie of the future.

    6. The long term goalie situation in NY is hopefully not resolved. If it is, Gorton is an idiot. Shestyerkin looks very promising, but he plays for a phenomenal team and his numbers are inflated. We really don’t know how good he will be. Georgiev was very good last year and I suspect at the conclusion of the season one of the ten most effective goalies in hockey. The sport is littered with goalkeepers who put it together for a short period of time but can’t keep it up and yes, Georgiev is likely in that group. But we should at least let him turn into a pumpkin before we kick him to the curb. [And if the Rangers KNOW Shesty is the guy, I don’t think they draft Lindbom so early.]

    7. Of course, expect the Rangers to acquire players who need protection.

    • Aug 20, 2018 at 10:57 am
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      1. I didn’t forget Bigras. He is an RFA after this season, and considering the pipe line, likely won’t be with the Rangers by the time the draft comes around.

      2. I’m fuzzy on these guys. Their ELCs expire after next season, so that’s what I went with.

      3. ZBad has a NMC per CapFriendly, starting in his UFA seasons: https://www.capfriendly.com/players/mika-zibanejad. NYR will protect Skjei.

      4. Hence “a lot of things can change”

      5. As I said, they are the Hank Haters. They are loud and annoying and prevalent on Twitter.

      6. This is speculation, hence “a lot of things can change”

      7. Of course, hence “a lot of things can change”

      If you’re going to be a dick, make sure you’re accurate in your statements and criticisms.

      • Aug 20, 2018 at 11:52 am
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        1. Your list includes a number of players whose contracts expire including some even less promising – and the site has a long history of leaving Bigras off lists. I believe it was never reported that he accepted his qualifying offer for example.

        2. This has nothing to do with ELCs. Second year professionals are exempt. Now I think (but don’t know) that that just means North American professional. [Otherwise Shestyerkin wouldn’t be exemprt, right?]

        3. Didn’t know about the Zbad thing – CapFriendly keeps some stuff somewhat hidden.

        4. “If there is one thing that is guaranteed” doesn’t seem to be covered by a lot of things can change.

        5. Why pay attention to Twitter? What I said about those who dare to criticize Hank on BSB is true.

        6. You said

        “First off, the future is Shestyorkin. Second, Georgiev would be an Oscar Lindberg-esque loss. It would sting, but it wouldn’t impact the long-term plans for the club.”

        I responded with a very well-reasoned response.

        I didn’t regard what you said as speculation at all, as this scenario is taken as a given by many here.

        I agree that my point 7 wasn’t an error, just something I added, that point 4 was nitpicky and I was wrong about Zbad.

  • Aug 20, 2018 at 10:45 am
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    Rangers signed Tokarski. Safe to assume He’ll be Hanks backup.

    • Aug 20, 2018 at 9:00 pm
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      Only if Hank is playing in Hartford…which he won’t be.

      He is only here to give Georgie some competition. His salary is releasable and no way has he shown anything to automatically say he gets the backup job because he was signed.

  • Aug 20, 2018 at 9:01 pm
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    Only if Hank is playing in Hartford…which he won’t be.

    He is only here to give Georgie some competition. His salary is releasable and no way has he shown anything to automatically say he gets the backup job because he was signed.

  • Aug 20, 2018 at 9:01 pm
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    Sorry for the dupe.

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