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02-24-2013, 04:49 AM
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Originally Posted by Nac Mac Feegle View Post
Bringing in high priced free agents all the time is part of the problem.

Teams need time to gel. Players need time to get comfortable in NYC.

And, there's something to be said about an organization to focuses on grooming and developing their own prospects, and doing what they can (within reason) to keep good players around long-term. Loyalty and commitment to a player means a lot.

It seems like the Rangers were on the right track the last few years, but that run last year clouded everyone's judgement and the Rangers once again sold their soul for the "quick fix". Nothing against Nash, but tearing up one of the tightest dressing rooms for one guy almost never works.
How the **** was trading Dubi and Artie a quick fix? How many years do we have to give these guys? You're talking out of your ass.

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