Thread: News Article: MZA back to Modo?
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11-02-2011, 07:53 AM
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They can call him up in case of an injury or bad play from their other forwards.

Don't see the latter happening, maybe the first.

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The Rangers will qualify Zuccarello next summer to retain his rights.
And why would they make a qualifying offer for a player that they (if true) recommend buying a Hartford flat? On the other hand, it seems about right, as buying a flat is more of a long term investment. No way he's gonna be in Hartford after this season has passed, so that means he would go to Europe with NY having the rights for him, effectively blocking his NHL career? Unless Torts got a change of philosphy, of course. The rules are not exactly intuitive, but this experiment appears less and less noble by the day.

Edit: On the other hand. If he was a slacker and the Rangers truly believed he would accept a qualifying offer and buy an appartment, they would hesitate to give it to him? So he should buy himself a flat and a very long fishing rod and start hanging out with Redden. That should do it.

Still a bit confused concerning the rules vs the salaries included in the qualifying offer though. Does that imply a 1,75 M deal?

Ryman should stop babbling about Sweden though. He's the one that scouted down the Torts and Mats match over 5-6 other initiatives to begin with. Get to work in the N.A.


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