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06-03-2013, 09:28 PM
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Originally Posted by NikC View Post
Rangers need to get a clear commitment of what Lundqvist's plans are.
Even with a coaching change and a new system there's a good chance we're not going to be true contenders next year.

I'm thinking with the Torts firing, management has sent a message for change. Hopefully this is enough to show Lundqvist that changes will be made
What change? The same management that has created each and every team that Lundqvist has ever played with in the NHL? The same general manager who has not won a Stanley Cup since 1990? The same franchise that has won a total of 1 Stanley Cup in 73 years?

And why does Lundqvist need to show all his cards? He's under contract for another year--it's his right to do what he thinks is going to achieve his goals. He doesn't have to tell anyone in the organization what he's going to do.

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