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12-03-2013, 01:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Trxjw View Post
My own opinion is that if you move Girardi, you should move Callahan. Callahan would be the real value piece on the market and could probably get you a return that would offset the loss of Girardi. Vice-versa for moving Girardi. I.e., move Cally for a defender and a forward prospect, then move Girardi for a scoring forward and a defensive prospect.
I'm not at the point where I want to be shipping people out of here willy-nilly, but, I do a agree that some the 'core', (most notably Callahan, Girardi and Staal), need to be fully-assessed as to how they fit in going forward. Given the deterioration in play, and the needed financial commitment to retain all three players, I personally do not want see such a commitment made by Ranger management. I'd like to see a line drawn at the 40 game mark that, if the Rangers are still on this treadmill of mediocrity, that the likes of Miller, McIlrath and Kristo are given extended looks in quality ice time.

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