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07-18-2013, 07:13 PM
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Obviously a lot can change over the course of a full season. You never know whose stock will rise/fall from now until next June. It's also really hard to predict what could/will happen via trades or FA. Internally, though, one has to think that between Lindberg, Miller, and St. Croix at least one is going to be capable of top-9 minutes by 2014. The real question mark is Brassard, I think. How he performs this upcoming season is going to dictate a lot of what the Rangers do. If he can prove that last season wasn't just a honeymoon phase and can produce up to his abilities over the course of a full season then it makes Sather's job a lot easier. If he falls on his face, though, then 2nd line center is going to be something to be concerned about.

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