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leetch2 05-19-2011 02:01 PM

Rangers sign S. Stajcer
 
http://capgeek.com/latest_contracts.php

New York RKY 05-19-2011 02:03 PM

Sather and Co. are doing work.

I like it.

Noonansgoal 05-19-2011 02:06 PM

Seriously gettin it done. :handclap:

silverfish 05-19-2011 02:06 PM

Nothing like spending a week in La Quinta, California to get your juices flowing

BlueshirtBlitz 05-19-2011 02:07 PM

I can dig it. Stajcer started great this year.

Let's see what Benny can do.

Swept In Seven 05-19-2011 02:09 PM

Good **** I like Stajcer

nyr2k2 05-19-2011 02:23 PM

Incredibly inconsistent. He has some talent though. Maybe Allaire can push him over the hump.

RangerBoy 05-19-2011 02:43 PM

Johnson is not getting a QO. He spent 40 days on the NHL roster. His QO is $654,500. His summer cap # is $140,753. Even if the Rangers re-signed Johnson for the NHL minimum of $525,000,the summer # is still $113K. Waste of space.

SupersonicMonkey* 05-19-2011 02:48 PM

Nice!! I like the kid's potential as an NHL backup.

Ocho Cinco not coming back?

RangerBoy 05-19-2011 02:57 PM

The Rangers have Talbot,Stajcer and Missiaen under contract. Johnson carries a summer cap number based on spending 40 days on the NHL roster. Biron is under contract for next season. Why waste summer cap space on a player who won't challenge for a NHL roster spot and there are three other goalies to split time with in the AHL?

xxxZENxxx 05-19-2011 03:27 PM

You have believe that the Rangers organization will look to draft a goalie in the middle-to-late rounds this year. There isn't much going on after Henrik and Biron. Some talent with the kids, but they all seem like projects. They could even draft a kid that is really young, because we won't need him for awhile (knock on wood).

ck20 05-19-2011 03:41 PM

I liked Johnson from what I saw when he filled in for the big club, are the other 3 in the Whale ahead of him?

Bluenote13 05-19-2011 04:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nyr2k2 (Post 33130214)
Incredibly inconsistent. He has some talent though. Maybe Allaire can push him over the hump.

Think back to what Jan Gajdosik said about you know who :D

Just sayin.....

mti79 05-19-2011 04:09 PM

what about Morris from CT? He played well for the Whale... I don't know much about the guy though

offdacrossbar 05-19-2011 04:10 PM

stajcer has game. he needs to get better, improve his technique and get physically stronger. all things that can be improved. ideal size. good compete level and good athleticism. hes got the goods to be good.

having said that, i fully expect us to draft one of these 3 guys this year.

magnus hellberg
http://www.canit.se/~engstrom/arland...s_Hellberg.jpg

samu perhonen
http://www.ksml.fi/multimedia/dynami...g_184636a1.jpg

lars volden
http://www4.pictures.zimbio.com/gi/2...4WdUaE83el.jpg

Bluenote13 05-19-2011 04:43 PM

I agree ODC, don't be shocked when 2nd rounder #1 ends up being Hellberg;)

Stajcer is a good prospect in goal. If he stays healthy and we get some ahl brilliance from him he's worth an extra chip in the trading coffer.

bernmeister 05-19-2011 05:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RangerBoy (Post 33130859)
The Rangers have Talbot,Stajcer and Missiaen under contract. Johnson carries a summer cap number based on spending 40 days on the NHL roster. Biron is under contract for next season. Why waste summer cap space on a player who won't challenge for a NHL roster spot and there are three other goalies to split time with in the AHL?

RangerBoy, you are spot on here.
Johnson has displayed enough that you know he'll go somewhere and contribute as an NHL calibre G, though not a star by any means. Still, regret seeing him go for nothing when we gave the Pens a pick for him.

Glad to see, however, we are keeping great depth at a pivotal position.

nyr2k2 05-19-2011 06:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bernmeister (Post 33133309)
RangerBoy, you are spot on here.
Johnson has displayed enough that you know he'll go somewhere and contribute as an NHL calibre G, though not a star by any means. Still, regret seeing him go for nothing when we gave the Pens a pick for him.

Glad to see, however, we are keeping great depth at a pivotal position.

He may, he may not. He has been okay at the NHL level, and mediocre at the AHL level. I think he's more likely to remain an AHL netminder than to be a regular backup at the NHL level.

Also, I would hardly describe our depth as great. "Okay" is more like it.

Lundqvist
Biron
-------
Talbot
Stajcer
Missaien

The NHL depth is terrific. Past that, it's a bunch of "meh" prospects. Missaien may have upside but has never produced in Juniors, Talbot has been so-so in the minors, and Stajcer has been up-and-down (and coming off major surgery). Not really anything particularly exciting down there.

Washington, they have great depth. Nashville and the Islanders are two other teams.

RangerBoy 05-19-2011 06:43 PM

Brian Ring of the Whale's PR/media relations staff wrote about the goaltending situation

Quote:

Goaltender Chad Johnson is also up for restricted free agency after leading the Wolf Pack/Whale in wins two seasons in a row. The University of Alaska-Fairbanks product backed up New York Rangers starting netminder Henrik Lundqvist for the latter part of the season, but the net appears to be very full for the Whale next season. With Martin Biron returning from injury, there would appear to be no room in New York for Johnson, who would potentially have to compete with Dov Grumet-Morris (if he is re-signed), Cam Talbot, Jason Missiaen, and possibly 2009 fifth-round Ranger pick Scott Stajcer, for playing time with the Whale next year.
http://www.ctwhale.com/default.asp?c...=59&objId=1361

ECL 05-19-2011 06:54 PM

This was obvious after his performance in the playoffs. I do hope he starts in the ECHL, though.

ECL 05-19-2011 06:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by offdacrossbar (Post 33132114)
stajcer has game. he needs to get better, improve his technique and get physically stronger. all things that can be improved. ideal size. good compete level and good athleticism. hes got the goods to be good.

having said that, i fully expect us to draft one of these 3 guys this year.

magnus hellberg
http://www.canit.se/~engstrom/arland...s_Hellberg.jpg

samu perhonen
http://www.ksml.fi/multimedia/dynami...g_184636a1.jpg

lars volden
http://www4.pictures.zimbio.com/gi/2...4WdUaE83el.jpg

Would much rather go with one of the EJHL kids this year. They are college bound and will have four full years of development time.

Colin Stephens is generating a lot of hype.

Vitto79 05-19-2011 06:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nyr2k2 (Post 33134162)
He may, he may not. He has been okay at the NHL level, and mediocre at the AHL level. I think he's more likely to remain an AHL netminder than to be a regular backup at the NHL level.

Also, I would hardly describe our depth as great. "Okay" is more like it.

Lundqvist
Biron
-------
Talbot
Stajcer
Missaien

The NHL depth is terrific. Past that, it's a bunch of "meh" prospects. Missaien may have upside but has never produced in Juniors, Talbot has been so-so in the minors, and Stajcer has been up-and-down (and coming off major surgery). Not really anything particularly exciting down there.

Washington, they have great depth. Nashville and the Islanders are two other teams.

hockeysfuture says its our weakness but really Lundqvist is the franchise so its not like they need a replacement for the next 5 plus seasons.

Biron is a very solid back up now lets see what these kids can do

Johnson is a goner. No pt to bring him back with younger options now signed

broadwayblue 05-19-2011 07:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bluenote13 (Post 33132663)
I agree ODC, don't be shocked when 2nd rounder #1 ends up being Hellberg;)

Stajcer is a good prospect in goal. If he stays healthy and we get some ahl brilliance from him he's worth an extra chip in the trading coffer.

I really hope we don't use a 2nd rounder on a goalie. A 3rd or later I can live with.

KingWantsCup 05-19-2011 07:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by offdacrossbar (Post 33132114)
stajcer has game. he needs to get better, improve his technique and get physically stronger. all things that can be improved. ideal size. good compete level and good athleticism. hes got the goods to be good.

having said that, i fully expect us to draft one of these 3 guys this year.

magnus hellberg
http://www.canit.se/~engstrom/arland...s_Hellberg.jpg

samu perhonen
http://www.ksml.fi/multimedia/dynami...g_184636a1.jpg

lars volden
http://www4.pictures.zimbio.com/gi/2...4WdUaE83el.jpg

Hopefully not Samu cause that shot looks like a goal. :laugh:

Norwegian 05-19-2011 10:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by offdacrossbar (Post 33132114)
stajcer has game. he needs to get better, improve his technique and get physically stronger. all things that can be improved. ideal size. good compete level and good athleticism. hes got the goods to be good.

having said that, i fully expect us to draft one of these 3 guys this year.

magnus hellberg
http://www.canit.se/~engstrom/arland...s_Hellberg.jpg

samu perhonen
http://www.ksml.fi/multimedia/dynami...g_184636a1.jpg

lars volden
http://www4.pictures.zimbio.com/gi/2...4WdUaE83el.jpg

------

Volden is good, he probably would have minded the net for Norway in this WC, but got injured.. Good for Haugen thou who just got signed by Minsk in KHL. But watch out for Steffen Søberg he was outastanding in wjc this year over 93%. i belive he faced over 50 shoots in 5 stright games for a Norway team who got relegated. A bit smaller than Volden, but big enough to make an impression on some scouts, this is from a
Q and A with International Scouting Services Head Scout Ross MacLean.
You are currently over at the U18’s in Germany, who has impressed you the most thus far?

Ross: This is such a great tournament because there is always a couple guys who either have something to prove or who come out of nowhere and launch themselves up the draft boards. Sweden’s Mika Zibanejad has been excellent so far, and looks like he could justifiably be a top 10 pick now. Norway has been surprisingly compeitive and that is 99% due to the play of their goaltender, Steffen Soberg, who has been without a doubt the most impressive goaltender in the tournament so far. One of Norway’s best forwards just happens to be his younger brother, Markus, who is the second youngest player in the tournament. It’s always good see the development of those nations.

The hockey news toplist also like Søberg: http://www.thehockeynews.com/article...w-to-come.html


.. Volden and Søberg is from the same club in norway, even Haugen is from the same little place, Manglerud a suburb of Oslo.


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