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RangerBoy 12-20-2011 06:05 AM

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The Rangers were able to fit recalled defensemen Stu Bickel and Tim Erixon under the cap after placing Marc Staal and Wojtek Wolski on long-term injury exemption in a twin move believed made last week but not announced.
Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/sports/range...#ixzz1h4gCw3JK

Staal can be placed on LTI retroactive to the start of the season. Retroactive date for Wolski is November 3. They can come off long term IR as soon as they ready. Wolski is 7-10 days away. The Rangers would have to make other cap moves.

Capgeek has listed Staal on LTIR for the last 47 days which is around November 3/4(when Stralman was signed). It was not reported anywhere else. Staal wasn't listed on LTIR until three weeks later. After Thanksgiving. I was looking at the numbers when Hagelin and Mitchell were recalled on Thanksgiving and there was no Ranger on LTI on Capgeek.

http://www.capgeek.com/tracker/team.php?team=22

On Capgeek,the Rangers are not listed with $0 cap space. Its $161,676 in space with $2,525,190 in LTI room. Erixon is not included as of this morning.

Vitto79 12-20-2011 06:48 AM

Considering the have 15 F something has to give. It's either Avery, EC or Mitchell that will be going down. Torts seems to like Mitchell so he may stick

Avery makes the most. Of course maybe they can pull off a minor deal

SupersonicMonkey* 12-20-2011 07:04 AM

As long as Hagelin stays, I don't care which of Mitchell, Christensen, or Avery get waived/demoted.

Id prefer to keep Mitchell because he has been the most effective of the three.

Calad 12-20-2011 07:12 AM

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Originally Posted by SupersonicMonkey (Post 41230723)
As long as Hagelin stays, I don't care which of Mitchell, Christensen, or Avery get waived/demoted.

Id prefer to keep Mitchell because he has been the most effective of the three.

My thoughts exactly. Any of these 3 won't be playing more than ~7 minutes a night so their presence in the lineup has very little effect on the game.

Vitto79 12-20-2011 07:27 AM

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Originally Posted by Calad (Post 41230841)
My thoughts exactly. Any of these 3 won't be playing more than ~7 minutes a night so their presence in the lineup has very little effect on the game.

its going to be Avery then since he has a1.9 cap hit.....just how the cookie crumbles.............I like the guy but based on the cap alone it just makes sense to waive Sean again

EC for a Dman is my preference but doubt he has any value

Clowes Line 12-20-2011 07:50 AM

For Erixon to come up, Avery's getting the boot. Torts also hates him, so yea...

pld459666 12-20-2011 07:54 AM

Avery gets waived, EC gets traded (I hope)

It's clear that Avery has no room for a bad game whereas Boyle can be brutal all season.

aside from that, Rupp being back means that Avery was a goner anyway so it's better that they make the move now and not let Avery simmer, brood about it and then have it boil over in the room or during practice.

EC is garbage and should have been disposed of alot sooner. The one trick pony needs to go.

Revelation 12-20-2011 09:01 AM

If they're just going to keep scratching Avery, there is no reason for him to be counting against the cap. With Rupp back, and Wolski back soon, someone has to get sent down between Avery, EC, Mitchell, and Hagelin. Hagelin isn't going anywhere, and Tort's seems to favor Mitchell over EC and Avery. My guess is that those two get sent down, or some type of trade happens. We really do have way too many forwards. Even beyond the log jam in the NHL, we have pretty good forward depth in the AHL with guys like Newbury, MZA, JAM (unsigned), Deveaux, and Thuresson all being adequate fill-ins, at least for a couple games at a time.


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