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01-13-2014, 10:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Nightshift View Post
Unfortunately we're going to be buyers. Sather will add a useless or redundant piece. We'll resign our free agents to mega contracts. Add the obligatory big name free agent who will disappoint as expected. Bank on it.
Originally Posted by GWOW View Post
The 8 wins in 11 has done nothing but (in his mind) validate the roster and staff decisions he's made.

He sees Kreider and MZA become top scorers at no cost to him. He sees Richards bounce back to lead the team in scoring. He sees Moore anchor the teams best 4th line in years, and a coach who has them owning one of the best power plays in the league.

This is New York. The team is healthy and winning. There is no way he touches this lineup no matter how many UFA he has.

This is a textbook buyer opportunity.
Originally Posted by eco's bones View Post
If the Rangers continue to be hot--if they're seriously in the playoff picture by the deadline Sather is not going to be dealing Girardi or Callahan and especially for futures. Just not going to happen. It'd be like pulling the plug on a playoff bound team--and no other GM around the league would do it either. And Sather at 71 years old and probably near retirement--about the last thing he wants to do is blow up the team. He only does that if he has no other choice.
Just because you're right doesn't mean I can't spend hours writing dozens of posts about why he'd be wrong.

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