If Del Zotto is healthy, how many goals will he score in an offensive system?
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08-18-2013, 10:04 PM
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Location: Saratoga Springs
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McDonagh is pretty much at the beginning of his career and as Chosen remarked aptly--he doesn't have bad games--he has less good games at worst. He hasn't built the legacy though the other players have. One can project that even if he doesn't get any better he's going to be a hell of a player--barring major injury. If I had to choose most valuable Rangers players at this point in time--Lundqvist would come first and McDonagh next.
I would still argue for Staal but anyway I agree with what you're saying and LOVE McD and what I think he will become.
If he stays the same he will climb Ranger greats from the past let alone if he improves.
Also Del Zotto has a chance to also pass some Ranger defensemen from the past.
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