Four Big Rangers Cap Bargains

If you follow me on Twitter, then you saw some tweets about the four players that currently are in the Rangers organization that will provide the team with some much needed cap bargains. Those four players are Corey Potter, Erik Christensen, Brandon Prust, and Jody Shelley. Each brings something unique to the table and can potentially fill a hole in…

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Pressure to Play Redden?

Surely by now you have all read coach John Tortorella’s comments on breakup day. For those of you that have not, I’m going to quote what I’m analyzing in this post, with the bolded sections being of more importance: “I’ve talked to Glen about this. I’d like to see us get younger. I’d like to see us add to our…

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Potter to HFD, Del Zotto Will Play

As the trade deadline has passed, there is some non-trade news. Corey Potter was returned to Hartford, as Michael Del Zotto will play tomorrow against Pittsburgh. Also, Marian Gaborik did not practice today. Unless he partakes in tomorrow’s morning skate, assume he will not be in the lineup against the Penguins.

Potter Recalled

Corey Potter has been recalled from Hartford, presumably to play in Ottawa in case Michael Del Zotto cannot due to his injury. Potter, 26, has a line of 2-11-13 and +5 in 51 games for Hartford this season.

Potter, Johnson Sent Down

Corey Potter is back in Hartford. After one game, Potter was sent back down to Hartford. Goalie Chad Johnson is back in Hartford as part of the Great Goalie Shuffle of 2010, and Matt Zaba is up. I have no idea why Potter was called up. Which defenseman was banged up?

Corey Potter Recalled

I’m late with this, but I’m packing for my vacation, so there’s my excuse. Corey Potter was recalled from Hartford and will join the team for tomorrow night’s game against Nashville. The team says this is an emergency backup move. I am calling their bluff. There has never been an emergency backup this entire season. Something is up. Potter is…

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Training Camp/Preseason Lessons

With training camp and preseason coming to a close, we are left with what looks to be the final version of the Rangers roster. In my initial 2009-2010 Rangers outlook, I had initially pegged one of Bobby Sanguinetti, Corey Potter, or Michael Sauer to be the seventh defenseman. My how things have changed. Sauer was one of the first cuts…

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Quick Salary Tidbits

A lot of the recent Rangers signings have had undisclosed terms, so it’s been tough to find what they actually signed for. But here’s what I’ve b een able to find: Corey Potter – 1 year/$550k Dane Byers – 1 year/$500k Tyler Arnason – 1 year/$700k Brian Boyle – 1 year/$525k Jordan Owens – 1 year/$515k P.A. Parenteau – 1…

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Potter Resigns

This is late again, but this is what happens when you get dumped on at work. I’ve been really busy (have a deadline of today for a whole bunch of things), so don’t expect much other than this and the schedule announcement at 3pm today. Corey Potter agreed to terms with the Rangers yesterday. Potter made $535,000 last year, and…

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Game 79: Rangers at Boston

I’m real late with this, sorry. I have a work function I have to go to and I was prepping for that. Harry Corey Potter is back down in Hartford, Michael Rozsival is back. Florida lost last night, so the Rangers remained in 8th place. 1-0 Boston, Wheeler gets the goal off a deflection.