Thread: Larry Brooks: Eight Steps To Fix Flunking Rangers
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04-13-2010, 12:10 PM
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I agree with a lot of the OP. The only tweak and its debateable is the Rangers should move some of the D prospect assets in favor of offensive assets. They already have a pretty young blueline and the team really really really really needs to add some scoring on the forward lines.

I guess to add to that, where do you fit the addition of a bona fide scoring threat on the top 6 without moving someone off the roster.

All the real contenders in this league have MULTIPLE elite players in their top 6. Most got them by drafting well after sucking bad. But the Sharks traded well... as did the Devils this year to acquire Kovulchuk

Rangers showed some chemistry down the stretch. It took 60 games but at least we saw it. The trick now is to add a top 6 threat with as little disruption to the roster as possible imo...

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