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10-18-2013, 08:07 AM
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Originally Posted by NYR Viper View Post
I would be surprised if the Rangers couldn't get at least a late round pick for him. Boyle returned a 3rd rounder before he was even in the NHL. Colborne did the same.
and I would take both before Zuccs.

This is probably just my opinion, but I have not seen anything special from Zuccs.

Boyle is a much more valuable player because when he's not scoring, he's providing other elements to the game that come in handy.

Colborne is slowly finding himself. At 6'5" and a slight 215 he's not yet where he should be weight wise to have come to accept what his role in the NHL is going to be.

Colborne is going to be very much like Boyle in the sense that he may not be able to produce the offence folks hoped for, but he can be an effective 4th liner that kills penalties.

Zuccs? not fast or shifty enough to be elusive enough to create in the offensive zone, nor is he solid enough where I would entrust him with PK duties.

He's the epitome of one dimensional. If he's not putting up points, he's 100% useless.

ANNND he's getting 14+ minutes a game at ES and over 2 minutes a game on the PP.

taking off the Rangers rose colored glasses, I look at the Rangers forward group and it really leaves me wanting. It's NOT a good group

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