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04-10-2013, 03:11 PM
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Originally Posted by NYR Sting View Post
The question is flawed. Not every team is the New York Rangers, not every team has the advantages that the Rangers have, and plenty have disadvantages that the Rangers do not. With the advantages the Rangers have, they should be held to a different standard than at least some of the clubs in the league that struggle just to get by.

But I'll attempt to answer the question, anyway. Keep in mind that to answer this, one has to put aside any bias toward players on your favorite team. That said . . . Chicago, Pittsburgh, Vancouver, Los Angeles, St. Louis, Boston, Minnesota, Ottawa. I think Detroit is arguable, as well. This year they lost a little depth, but they have a very deep prospect pool, and as soon as next year, I think they'll be able to rebound a bit.
With the exception of LA the only thing I would miss from NY is Lundqvist.

LA, Chicago, Pittsburgh and Boston are no brainers for sure. All of them have recently won cups and are still in contention for another.

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