Should the Rangers speed up this season’s fire sale?

opzioni binarie segnali The Rangers are losing. They are somewhat competitive, but they are losing. The scores are close, but the mental mistakes –the 14 million too many men penalties– are piling up. Clearly this team knows what they are this year. Larry Brooks said it best, even if there is a subconscious acceptance that unknowingly sets players into personal agenda mode, it’s time to cut bait.

forex trading coach There is a risk with this though. The Rangers kept or acquired some players to create a certain atmosphere in the locker room. Say what you want about Adam McQuaid, he was acquired because even as a part time player, he has a reputation of not taking nights off. The kids probably know what this season is, but does going into each night knowing you’re going to lose help? I ask because I honestly don’t know. I’ve obviously never been an NHL prospect.

source site But with risk there is reward. Filip Chytil would get time in the top-nine to work through his scoring schneid. Perhaps we actually get to see Tony DeAngelo get regular time. Perhaps Neal Pionk gets some stability in his defense partners.

manfaat obat provera 10 mg This isn’t to say that players are taking nights off, but there are a lot of mental mistakes that show the team isn’t entirely there. Perhaps it’s because they are learning a new system. Perhaps it’s just because some guys know they are goners. Or maybe they just never passed kindergarten.

cheapest plavix prices One last advantage to starting the process early is that trade value would be higher now than later, when players like Mats Zuccarello, Kevin Hayes, and others would be pure rentals. That said, there might be more value in keeping players in the AHL to develop, instead of getting them to the NHL just to lose and perhaps stunt growth.

http://www.mobilentis.com/where-can-you-buy-hydrochlorothiazide.html It’s a difficult decision to make, even in a rebuild year. The question that needs to be answered isn’t when to sell, but what the impact is when selling early.

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28 thoughts on “Should the Rangers speed up this season’s fire sale?

  • Oct 30, 2018 at 12:28 pm
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    ginseng root price per pound The Rangers should make trades when they’ll bear the RIGHT fruit, period end of story. No point rushing to trade a vet for the sake of trading a vet. If a good offer comes early. then grab it … but chances are we won’t be seeing any trade of a major vet on this team until we get 40+ games into the season — at best. The best trades are made when there’s the most demand for a player and it’s probably too early in the season for that. Come January the interest will heat up and multiple bidders will stoke the fire, more than likely that will be the time to move the older vets.

    • Oct 30, 2018 at 3:09 pm
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      http://www.stevenloton.com/diovan-20mg-preis.html The real interest will show up when teams that didn’t expect it start to sniff a real chance to be in the playoffs. They’ll want to upgrade their rosters, but the time will be short and the choices will be limited.

    • Oct 30, 2018 at 3:30 pm
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      10mg of prednisone If this be true?, Then the talk of not playing and/or trading the vets must be halted.

    • Oct 30, 2018 at 6:07 pm
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      equate aspirin 325 mg Completely agree I want to sell but if holding brings the best return than that’s what needs to be done and it could be that is what JG is doing.

  • Oct 30, 2018 at 12:58 pm
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    http://nenufarvideo.com/medrol-vet-16-mg.html Buch” when playing on the fourth line he plays a more cautious game, “afraid” that he will be taken out if he makes a mistake.

    http://kamaltools.com/risperdal-2-mg-20-tablet.html ^He said the same thing after AV got fired. It’s not cute anymore, he’s a grown man, other grown folks won’t like this. No coaches are going to want a player using the media to get indirect feedback from. This is going to hurt Buch’ s game if he doesn’t shore up his overall game.

    order altace 2.5mg Larry Brooks “Hayes is here if I’m running the show. The steady escalation in the 26-year-old’s maturation from his dismal sophomore season has been striking, even if he remains an unrepentant Patriots and Red Sox fan. He spends his summers in the gym. He has responded to being called out and benched on the season’s first weekend. He is as receptive to coaching as anyone.”

    artane 5 mg 90 ^Funny how some people decide to pick a Larry Brooks article to source lol. I’m no saint in that department but that piece came out less than 4-5 days ago. He said the same thing before Stepan got traded in the summer of 17 and when everyone thought JT would have stayed over Hayes last Feb. No surprise that contenders would want Hayes though.

  • Oct 30, 2018 at 1:09 pm
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    click here Just because we want to rid ourselves of veterans who do not have a future with the club, doesn’t mean that there is any real urgency on other teams to acquire our players.

    go here I would hope that our “extras” can be moved for some real value picks or prospects, but that might now happen until the trade deadline. If you look around the league, there are only a few teams that might need these players at the moment. At the deadline, there will be more.

    http://pangsiyin.com/how-much-does-topamax-cost-at-walmart.html I would look towards teams that have had major injuries to key players, to see if our players can provide the replacement talent they need.

    buy metformin online cheap The Rangers also need players like Zucc & Hayes to step up their trade value on the ice.

    • Oct 30, 2018 at 1:35 pm
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      http://middelhavetsperle.com/colospa-price-750ml.html You have to try and read between the lines of what JG and Quinn want. Sorry but “just because we want to rid ourselves of veterans” doesn’t move the needle as future moves. Btw I should add Sather to that list as well. He was very up to date at that fan forum and I thought he gave enough info to ponder about. I can see why Dallas, Winnipeg and San Jose would all want to take tabs on Hayes though. It doesn’t mean JG would trade him. As you can tell from last deadline and off-season, people’s opinions are not always going to be what happens.

      http://litsnitch.com/voltaren-75-mg-20-tablet-fiyatı.html I sense another punch to the gut to happen soon. The fans who thought that Stepan and JT would last as Rangers will feel that again but with a Kreider or Zib trade.

      • Oct 30, 2018 at 2:03 pm
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        http://www.notesofnomad.com/b-robaxin-500mg.html The HayesBot responds with a dumb, defensive answer about Hayes’ future with NYR. Nobody is surprised.

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      • Oct 30, 2018 at 2:22 pm
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        go to link Mint … That’s the million dollar question …. What do they want?

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        • Oct 30, 2018 at 2:36 pm
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          Don’t you get it yet, Agentsmith? Nothing and nobody matters to Mint, except Kevin Hayes.

          • Oct 30, 2018 at 6:18 pm
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            I am a Hayes fan too. But not at 6.5 mil per

      • Oct 30, 2018 at 6:08 pm
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        “You have to try and read between the lines of what JG and Quinn want. Sorry but “just because we want to rid ourselves of veterans” doesn’t move the needle as future moves.”

        What does this mean?

  • Oct 30, 2018 at 1:39 pm
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    Brooks “Hayes is here if I’m running the show. The steady escalation in the 26-year-old’s maturation from his dismal sophomore season has been striking, even if he remains an unrepentant Patriots and Red Sox fan. He spends his summers in the gym. He has responded to being called out and benched on the season’s first weekend. He is as receptive to coaching as anyone.”

    ^ That came out less than 5 days ago. I can use the same source as well you Dave 🙂

    Btw Buch at it again with using the media to send indirect messages towards coach.

  • Oct 30, 2018 at 1:41 pm
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    “Hayes is here if I’m running the show. The steady escalation in the 26-year-old’s maturation from his dismal sophomore season has been striking, even if he remains an unrepentant Patriots and Red Sox fan. He spends his summers in the gym. He has responded to being called out and benched on the season’s first weekend. He is as receptive to coaching as anyone.”

    ^ That came out less than 5 days ago. I can use the same source as well you Dave 🙂

    Btw Buch at it again with using the media to send indirect towards coach.

  • Oct 30, 2018 at 1:42 pm
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    Hayes is here if I’m running the show. The steady escalation in the 26-year-old’s maturation from his dismal sophomore season has been striking, even if he remains an unrepentant Patriots and Red Sox fan. He spends his summers in the gym. He has responded to being called out and benched on the season’s first weekend. He is as receptive to coaching as anyone.

    That came out less than 5 days ago. I can use the same source as well you Dave 🙂

  • Oct 30, 2018 at 1:50 pm
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    “Hayes is here if I’m running the show. The steady escalation in the 26 year old maturation from him dismal sophomore season has been striking, even if he remains an unrepentant Patriots and Red Sox fan. He spends his summer in the gym. He has responded to being called out and benched on the seasons first weekend.He is as receptive to coaching as anyone”

    That came out less than 5 days ago, but hey I have the same sources as you Dave lol

    • Oct 30, 2018 at 2:43 pm
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      I’m only gonna post this once, Mint, as opppsed to you desperately posting and reposting your defense of Hayes’ future employment—Brooks’ column yesterday had this to say on the subject of Hayes:

      “Once the Blueshirts know they are not signing Hayes — and chances are that decision has largely been made — they should be aggressive in shopping him when the pool of interested parties might be deeper than at the deadline and clubs are willing to make player-for-player hockey exchanges rather than enter into pure lend-lease operations.”

      OOPS! Sounds like somebody’s moving soon.

  • Oct 30, 2018 at 2:01 pm
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    I think the players with more defined value can be moved earlier like a Hayes Vlad Spooner but someone like zuc whose value is very subjective will be a deadline day deal IMO.

    • Oct 30, 2018 at 2:41 pm
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      Subjective how? He’s a 55-60 point winger that could slot in the Top 6 for most every team in the League and would be a boon to any playoff club. He’ll be a deadline deal because he’s a true rental, not because his value is “very subjective”.

  • Oct 30, 2018 at 2:40 pm
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    Half of Haye’s goals are empty net. What a stud!

  • Oct 30, 2018 at 3:06 pm
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    Regarding Hayes, the young man is a talented passer and is good at seeing the whole ice. He is not espcially fast but if paired with guys like Michael Grabner who can open the ice up, he can get the puck to them and let them fly. I attribute a bit of Grabner’s success with the Rangers to Hayes’ talents as a playmaker. Hayes doesn’t shoot the puck nearly enough himself. He is a decent defensive center (but has been a bit out to lunch so far this season.) I do wish that a big fella like him would throw that weight around more. I don’t see him as a number 1 center on a good team.

    At 26 Hayes is still fairly young. I guess what the Rangers do in his regard will depend upon the kinds of offers they get for him. He should be pretty marketable. I don’t pretend to know whether the club intends to keep him around or not. I imagine that really depends on the offers and also on Hayes’ contract demands. I think his market value is probably higher now than it might be at the deadline in February.

    • Oct 30, 2018 at 3:22 pm
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      Peter, we’re witnessing the same issue with Hayes that we saw after Hagelin was traded. You’re right, he needs to be paired with guys like a Hagelin or Grabner which is why I was calling for Grabner to be resigned this summer. Unfortunately I don’t see anyone on the Rangers (or in the system) that could fill the void.

  • Oct 30, 2018 at 3:26 pm
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    I know this is not really on subject, but you wrote: “The kids probably know what this season is, but does going into each night knowing you’re going to lose help?”

    Im sure the kids, as do all the players, know what this is all about. So I don’t think they go into games thinking of losing , but rather, thinking this might be the game!

    If any players on this team think they will lose going into game, then, they need to be moved out. That is not what this re-build is all about!

    That being said, Great article, Dave!

  • Oct 30, 2018 at 3:46 pm
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    Trades??? Already??? Bad trades and bad drafts is what got us here…….what we need is a new Gm and mngt team and scouting dept. Case in point …after 10 games JT Miller 3 goals- 6 assists- 9 points……..after 10 games Vlad Namestikov…1 goal- 2 assists- 3 points !!!! YOU still trust this GM to make trades???????? This team has a long way to go and it hasn’t hit bottom yet!

  • Oct 30, 2018 at 6:22 pm
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    Bad idea playing Chytil on the 4th line if we want him to develop he should play with our best 2 forwards while they are still here the 2 Z’s. Quinn’s job is to make sure this kid is a top 6 forward after about 100 games or so. Playing with VL, Mcleod or even Jimmy V is not the way to go. Looks like he will be with Buch tonight wish it was Buch and Vib instead of Vinny, If they are going to play him on the 4th line I’d rather see him go to Hartford for a couple of weeks. Maybe Rotate some other kids up to see some 4th line mins like Getty for a few games.

  • Oct 30, 2018 at 6:23 pm
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    I don’t believe you are going to develop young players by having them get blown out every night by the other team. They will lose their confidence and develop poor habits. Thus they need good players to play with.

    Further, there needs to be competition to win a spot on the roster. Young players should earn their way onto the team and not just get promoted because they were a high pick or a good prospect.

    Hockey players IMHO should dominate at one level before elevated to the next. When a roster is depleted because all the vets have been traded away this is hard to achieve.

  • Oct 30, 2018 at 6:55 pm
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    The Rangers are already on the phones seeking trades. They’re not going to give players away, but if a team offers a first and something for Hayes then he’s gone, no point in waiting until the trade deadline.

    I do think that Zuc would be better dealt at the trade deadline as opposed to now, as he is older and a true “rental” for a playoff team. I think his value is maximized at the trade deadline.

    McQaid will turn out to be a joke of an acquisition, by giving up a 4th to gain something less than that.

    Kreider? 50/50 whether he goes. The issue is here that the Rangers, IMO, will not get the same value back as the value that Kreider currently has for the Rangers now.

  • Oct 31, 2018 at 11:41 am
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    “Should the Rangers speed up this season’s fire sale?”

    Yes.

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