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03-25-2013, 09:14 PM
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Solution to avoiding problems with big name free agents: develop your own stars. This team doesn't do that. The Rangers specialize in developing complimentary players and role players, which is terrific. But when that's all you do, you end up painting yourself into a corner where you have no choice but to fill those big holes at the top VIA trade and free agency.
Show me the last Stanley Cup winner that didn't have at least one, if not two, legit first line forwards that had been developed by the team.
This has been exacerbated by the Rangers finishing, at worst, in the middle of the pack. We never really tanked.
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