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09-02-2008, 09:52 PM
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Sanguinetti

Does anyone think he'll be ready to play this year, because i'm watched him since high school and im cant wait to see him play in rangers blue.

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09-02-2008, 09:58 PM
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He might get the 1 or 2 game call-up so they can gauge his progress.

Roster spot? No way. Staal was an exception, 95% of d-men can't go from juniors to the NHL.

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He might get the 1 or 2 game call-up so they can gauge his progress.

Roster spot? No way. Staal was an exception, 95% of d-men can't go from juniors to the NHL.
I would say he is close to Staal but not Staal so he is going to Hartford for one yr and then he should be ready to replace Mara or Kalinen who are FA next yr

BUT he would be the first call up if someone goes down..

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I would say he is close to Staal but not Staal so he is going to Hartford for one yr and then he should be ready to replace Mara or Kalinen who are FA next yr

BUT he would be the first call up if someone goes down..
Honestly i think potter might be the first call up over sangs

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Honestly i think potter might be the first call up over sangs
I think so too unless Potter has a brutal camp. But what about this Denisov guy? I'm not sure where he fits in the depth chart, I would guess after Pock but before Potter??????

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i think sanguinetti will need a solid season in the AHL...he needs to get bigger and stronger and adjust to playing with grown men.....for defenseman, especially offensive defenseman that transition can be hard but i would say he should have a pretty good shot of making it next season as a #5/#6 defenseman......

also, potter would be the first call-up as he has the most experience and is the most nhl-ready

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He might get the 1 or 2 game call-up so they can gauge his progress.

Roster spot? No way. Staal was an exception, 95% of d-men can't go from juniors to the NHL.
http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p...php3?pid=73276 Vlasic of San Jose played as a rookie as a 19 year old so it is still possible.

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Therefore the 5% he allowed for the few exceptions.

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can we watch some preseason games before we decide who's gonna play where?


that said, i doubt he makes the team but i'll be rooting for him to earn a spot.

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He might get the 1 or 2 game call-up so they can gauge his progress.

Roster spot? No way. Staal was an exception, 95% of d-men can't go from juniors to the NHL.
I'd be interested in seeing that list!


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I would say he is close to Staal but not Staal so he is going to Hartford for one yr and then he should be ready to replace Mara or Kalinen who are FA next yr

BUT he would be the first call up if someone goes down..
The reason Staal made it was because he was just so defensively sound. I want Sanguinetti to work it in Hartford and be as offensively dominating as Staal is defensively dominating and defensive MORE average than Staal was offensively average.

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I think Sangs will have a chance to make the team out of camp next year. Looking forward to him and Cherepanov in '09-'10.

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As much as I wanna see the guy make the team, I'm just not sure he's ready. Maybe a year in Hartford will serve him justice and he's ready for a full season next year.

I am however more excited for Sangs and Chere than any other prospects in our organization. Can't wait to see these guys at the Garden.

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never gonna happen.

Also we have 6 NHL defenseman already on the roster, none of them are going anywhere barring injury.

Maybe if hes superb in Hartford and there is a long term injury, but if not, id expect him to get a serious shot next year when Kalinin, Pock, and Mara all leave.

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never gonna happen.

Also we have 6 NHL defenseman already on the roster, none of them are going anywhere barring injury.

Maybe if hes superb in Hartford and there is a long term injury, but if not, id expect him to get a serious shot next year when Kalinin, Pock, and Mara all leave.
what makes ya think they will leave? maybe they will resign over the summer? alot can happen, i think sang gets about 20 games this year for the rangers through out the season, either players r injured, not playing well or traded.

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what makes ya think they will leave? maybe they will resign over the summer? alot can happen, i think sang gets about 20 games this year for the rangers through out the season, either players r injured, not playing well or traded.
Because they by and large are stop-gap guys. And you would hope that the younger guys are ready to step in.

Why on Earth would Pock re-sign here?

I also think if the Rangers viewed them as anything more than stop-gaps, they would have both signed more than a one year deal.

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Because they by and large are stop-gap guys. And you would hope that the younger guys are ready to step in.

Why on Earth would Pock re-sign here?
then why did mara after he was benched for no reason im sure some team would have offered him more than 1.95. and for all you malik fans he is still unsigned

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then why did mara after he was benched for no reason im sure some team would have offered him more than 1.95.
Obviously not.

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09-03-2008, 09:40 AM
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By many accounts, Sanguinetti is nowhere near ready to compete in the defensive end at the NHL level. You wont see him this year unless there are some SERIOUS issues with our defense.

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Obviously not.
i dunno, i wouldn't be surprised if a team like tampa bay or LA offered mara some decent cash....

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i dunno, i wouldn't be surprised if a team like tampa bay or LA offered mara some decent cash....
The guy took a pay cut of over a million dollars to stay with the Rangers?

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As much as I wanna see the guy make the team, I'm just not sure he's ready. Maybe a year in Hartford will serve him justice and he's ready for a full season next year.

I am however more excited for Sangs and Chere than any other prospects in our organization. Can't wait to see these guys at the Garden.

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I couldn't agree more. I think with the D acquisitions and signings...it's gonna be a year in the AHL for Sangs...which I think will be good for him.

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Give him some time. Its not like we need an other D-man right now.

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The guy took a pay cut of over a million dollars to stay with the Rangers?
i never said how much. i just find it hard to believe that since there are teams out there who have serious blueline issues and cap space, those teams wouldn't have made an offer for a former first round pick with a rocket from the point who could still regain his old point getting form. i dunno, maybe it's just me....

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i never said how much. i just find it hard to believe that since there are teams out there who have serious blueline issues and cap space, those teams wouldn't have made an offer for a former first round pick with a rocket from the point who could still regain his old point getting form. i dunno, maybe it's just me....
You don't have to tell me how much. It's already known. He made 3M last year. He signed for 1.95M. That's a pay cut of over 1M.

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