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08-18-2012, 12:36 AM
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Excited to see Kreider play with more direction. Not saying he didn't play well by any means-- in fact, there were 1 or 2 games during the run where I thought he was the best forward on the ice for us-- but if (God and the owners willing) he gets a full Torts training camp and plays "Rangers hockey" from the start, it'll be really fun to watch.

That being said, I don't think it's fair/realistic to expect #20 to be a Hart candidate in his first year. But a former Richard trophy winner now playing with linemates that can help him succeed? Not saying I expect an MVP, but I look forward to sitting back and saying things like "wow" and "that's why we got him" more than a few times this season. Therefore, I'll say 1) Nash; 2) Kreider.

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