Salary Arbitration (Callahan on July 28, Dubinsky signs before hearing)
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07-21-2011, 01:31 PM
After 5 years...
Join Date: Jan 2007
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Sad as it is,I think you are right.
If he dosent make the opening night,I hope rangers trade him. Given the chance,in a team who sees above his 5f7, I am sure he would have a greather career than at least Christensen and Avery.
If he was drafted,then he would have been given better options.
Hope my weak english is understandable
Very understandable. I don't think the problem is the Rangers not being able to see past his size, however. They did sign him in the first place. Zucc just wasn't doing a lot if wasn't producing and when you can't contribute much in other areas of the game, that's not good roster management to keep that player in the lineup, when there are other options and that player is waiver exempt and can spend time in the AHL. Maybe Zuccarello just needs a little more time to get his offensive production to a consistent level where he is justifying his roster spot, but this roster has too many other options in the top six right now, and Zuccarello is not really a bottom six player.
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