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06-16-2004, 02:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Slewfoot
I don't agree that it has to take more than 2 years to make a run considering the state of the current NHL. I am not saying the Rangers will be in the finals in the next 1-2 years , but I don't think the formula that existed 10 years ago still exists today. The last couple of years we have seen teams come from the bottom of the league to contenders(Hurricanes , Ducks , Flames).
But did any of those teams win? And are any of those teams really considered threats to win the Cup in the next 3 years? I'm not talking about a cinderella run. I'm talking about building a true contender that has a good shot at winning the Cup year-in and year-out for an extended period of time. There is no shortcut for that.

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