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07-09-2008, 06:48 PM
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ot- beside habs and wings

wich of the original 6 beside habs and wings are the closest to win a championship.

with all the additon of this year i would have to say chicago

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07-09-2008, 06:54 PM
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i'll go with the NY Rangers .. they add good players to an already great team.

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I'd say Boston or NY Rangers...but to be honest I don't think they have what's needed to win a Stanley Cup.

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Rangers, easy.

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The Rangers imo

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I would say...

1-Detroit
2-Montreal
3-Rangers
4-Boston
5-Chicago
6-Toronto

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07-09-2008, 07:03 PM
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with all the star players that the rangers have been signing in the past

are great but im wondering about the chemistry.the habs have great chemistry

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1. Wings

2. Habs

3. Rangers

4. Chicago

5. Boston

6. Toronto

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Detroit
Montreal
Chicago
Boston
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Detroit
Montreal
Chicago
Boston
NY
Toronto
Agreed. New York have a great team. But the way their ownership runs things, they never develop any team chemistry, have high turnover every off-season, and spend way too much on the wrong pieces (Redden instead of Jagr leaps to mind).

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Hawks. Rangers are too poorly managed, even when they assemble great teams.

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Agreed. New York have a great team. But the way their ownership runs things, they never develop any team chemistry, have high turnover every off-season, and spend way too much on the wrong pieces (Redden instead of Jagr leaps to mind).
not only that, but it's not easy to replace guys like : Jagr, Straka, Shanahan and Avery. Only time will tell, but i think it was a mistake... you have to build it from within, you no longer buy championships.

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Rangers because of great goaltending. Marc Staal should take another step forward in his development, same with Dubinsky. Redden and Naslund could bounce back too and have some solid years.

I like the Blackhawks young talent but the furthest they can go is 1st round exit because they have Huet lol.

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07-09-2008, 10:42 PM
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Rangers but not while Sather is still there. Second I would say Chicago because they've built a nice foundation but Rangers is more ready today.

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Chicago has the makings in the works. Next year will be too early, but i think they are gonna break their streak and leave the leafs with the longest Cup drought

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