Top 5 Ranger Assets Most Likely to Be Traded
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06-22-2010, 09:23 AM
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- I can see Sather trying to move him. There will be a bunch of D prospects fighting for a spot and should be better than Gilroy and his $1.75m cap hit. Sure he has potential as we seen last pre-season, but that style of play was lost once the season started. I just don't see him being anything other than a #7 or in the AHL if not traded.
- Traded to a team with cap room but internal cap. They send us a higher contract that we can waive, they buy out Brashear for real money savings.
- He does have value and can be used in a package to bring back a top 6 forward (read: as part of a package).
- Same as Girardi.
I really don't see much happening with the rest.
Rozi will be not be moved as a salary dump
and I think it's nonsense to do so. He has actual value to this team and the blue-line. If Rozi is gone and a prospect replaces him, the blue-line will be must worse off. Sure we can use the cap space, but for what? Volchenkov and his $5-6mil contract? No thanks...
I think a lot of on the edge on Sangs. Sure he has potential but you have to take our defensive system and prospects into account. It's pretty deep and he may just be 'the next one up' each season as someone else beats him out. Last season it was MDZ and Gilroy. This season it could be McD. I think those that want to trade him want to do so before he loses all value due to being lost in the defensive logjam.
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