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Rangers interested in Sergei Shumakov

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So what’s next for Rangers?

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Aug
01

Thoughts following the Ryan Spooner deal

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Find great deals on eBay for micardis 80 mg kaufen and hyaluronic acid powder. Shop with confidence. 1. I like the deal on the surface.Spooner is a good middle-six player, but not someone you commit to long-term. The deal is short. It’s cheap. It’s everything you want to see from a rebuilding team. The club isn’t getting up to their eyeballs in bad contracts. Four million for someone who is looking for a next big payday is solid all around.

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Jul
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Rangers re-sign Ryan Spooner to two-year deal

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Learn about order viagra with mastercard (Oxcarbazepine) may treat, uses, dosage, side effects, drug interactions, warnings, patient labeling, reviews, and related medications. The Rangers have re-signed RFA forward Ryan Spooner to a two-year deal worth $4 million per season. The 26 year old winger/center was acquired in the Rick Nash trade, and had a strong first 20 games on Broadway. Spooner’s 4-12-16 line was very impressive for a guy who was considered a “spare part” in Boston.

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Jul
31

Thoughts following the Kevin Hayes contract

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Jul
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Rangers re-sign Kevin Hayes to one-year deal

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I’m not a big fan of the deal, mostly because I think Hayes is under appreciated and he is a solid 2C. However I do understand the need to create roster spots for more elite talent. At this rate, I expect Hayes to be a deadline rental somewhere.

Just my spitballing here, but I’m guessing the Rangers wanted to trade him, but couldn’t get to a deal.

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Jul
30

Tape Talk III – This Time Even More Excessive

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Friends, I don’t know about you but I’m going a little bit bonkers with no hockey to watch. Well, that’s not entirely true, because after doing a little bit of research I found that BU games are carried online by a website called Stadium, where you can watch a ton of college sports. I’m interested in David Quinn’s Terriers in particular, partially because I want to learn what kind of style he likes to play, and partially because if there’s a college team to follow it might as well be Boston University, thanks to our new coaching connection. Below I’ll provide a link to a University of Vermont v Boston University game that took place this past season, so that you can watch in another tab or window and follow along with the breakdowns of individual plays I’ve provided (just 5v5, because I figure that’s the most interesting and illuminating).

A few things to note. First is that the timestamps I’m going to provide refer to the time on the video, not the time of game, because the game clock/score isn’t always up there. Second, I’m not going to use names too much, in part because I’m more interested in the how of this hockey than the who, as well as the fact that I just don’t know them as well and don’t want to mess up (the announcing also cuts in and out and is borderline incomprehensible thanks to that thick Boston accent).

This is going to be a bit long and obsessive, but I hope you find it interesting – it’s as much of a learning experience for me as it will be for you, so I hope we can have some fun together. I’m going to try and juggle more in-depth tape breakdowns this season, college/minor league stuff ideally, provided I can balance everything with the rest of my life (I’m starting law school this fall!). Anyways, since it’s the dog days of summer I’m going to let it rip. As a brief post-script caveat, all of the “near” and “far” terminology refers to the camera angle.

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Jul
29

Unpacking Brady Skjei’s New Contract

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In case you missed it, Brady Skjei signed a new contract with the Rangers, inking a new one that’ll keep him on the team for 6 years with an AAV of $5.25 million per. It’s an interesting deal on a lot of levels, and although there seems to be a general consensus that it’s a fair contract for both sides, the vague scent of controversy still wafts through the air, with some people disagreeing to that point. All of that is totally fine – reasonable people can always disagree, within reason, and anyways what we’re going to do here today is simply unwind what’s what, at least a little bit, with Brady Skjei and how that new contract looks.

The thing that needs to be said about this contract is what it’s not: a bridge deal. Brady Skjei, not unlike his former compatriot, a similarly smooth-skating Minnesotan, Ryan McDonagh, got the big one straight off his entry level contract. Skjei is 24 right now, with means this new deal will run him right until he’s 30. We’ll get to the bottom of the McDonagh comparison in a little bit, but this is pretty notable, as the Rangers have, or I guess now had, a history of bridging players regardless of the promise showed on their entry level. Now, Jeff Gorton has evidently recognized that in this new era, you need to bet on upside and see if you can get a guy for below market value, at least if not initially then later on, as both the player and the contract attached to him mature.

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Check another to-do off the list. Brady Skjei has re-upped long-term with the Rangers, signing for six years at $5.25 million per year. Skjei is likely going to slide in as the top pairing defenseman on the left side, and getting him long-term through his age-30 season is a very good move by Jeff Gorton.

The term and salary is fair for both sides, considering three UFA years were bought for this deal. It is expected that Skjei improves on his 4-21-25 season last year with a more stable coach and role. Overall, a great deal for both sides.

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Jul
28

Thoughts on a summer weekend

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We have officially reached the dog days of summer. The Rangers will re-sign Kevin Hayes, Ryan Spooner, and Brady Skjei at some point. There may be a trade, assuming Erik Karlsson ever gets dealt. But until then, we are in a holding pattern. So here are some scattered thoughts from my brain, some are hockey related, some are not.

1. I really think Marc Staal will have a somewhat decent year next season. He’s not going to live up to that contract, but I don’t think he’s going to be the absolute train wreck he was under Alain Vigneault. Call it hopeless optimism if you must, but that’s just my thoughts.

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