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06-08-2009, 12:17 AM
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Q & A Bobby Sanguinetti

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o you feel you are NHL ready for the start of next season or do you expect to spend some more time in Hartford?

I do feel like my learning experience from this past year in the AHL definately prepared my game for the next level. This is a big summer for me to get bigger and stronger so when I do get to camp there is no reason I can't earn a spot.

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Good read, thanks.

I'm getting a little tired of everyone here throwing Sanguinetti's name in absolutely every trade proposal just because we have MDZ who might be better one day. Wouldn't it be better to wait and see which of the two develops into the better player before trading one?

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Good read. Can't wait till he proves a lot of people wrong and makes the Rangers sometime next season, then people will finally be saying...hmm ok maybe we shouldnt be so quick to use him as trade bait....

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I'm excited and I also would like to see people stop throwing him into trade ideas mainly cause we have an albatross we want to get rid of...

Give him a chance at our level, watch him grow a bit, just dont throw him under the bus because he hasn't been bumped up his first or second year. Guy has talent that if developed would be great especially because HE WANTS TO PLAY FOR THE TEAM...

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Good read, thanks.

I'm getting a little tired of everyone here throwing Sanguinetti's name in absolutely every trade proposal just because we have MDZ who might be better one day. Wouldn't it be better to wait and see which of the two develops into the better player before trading one?
Or god forbid we actually have 2 defensemen that can be major contributors offensively. That never works out. Raflaski and Lidstrom got the Red Wings nowhere...

There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that Bobby will be an NHL defenseman. Whether it's as a 1st pairing defenseman or not remains to be seen.

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Good read, thanks.

I'm getting a little tired of everyone here throwing Sanguinetti's name in absolutely every trade proposal just because we have MDZ who might be better one day. Wouldn't it be better to wait and see which of the two develops into the better player before trading one?
Yea or maybe having them both. I'll take two offensive defense men who can skate, handle the puck well through traffic, and shoot it.

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The kid has alot of confiedence, lets hope it translates into an NHL career.

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Good read, thanks.

I'm getting a little tired of everyone here throwing Sanguinetti's name in absolutely every trade proposal just because we have MDZ who might be better one day. Wouldn't it be better to wait and see which of the two develops into the better player before trading one?
Yeah that plan worked out great when we had Montoya and Lundqvist. We should have traded Monty right away instead we got jack for him and he looks like he is going to have a nice career.

What a wasted draft pick.

If we can get a good young foward for him i'm all down for it.

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Yeah that plan worked out great when we had Montoya and Lundqvist. We should have traded Monty right away instead we got jack for him and he looks like he is going to have a nice career.

What a wasted draft pick.

If we can get a good young foward for him i'm all down for it.
Goaltending is a lot different then defense....

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I would love for the Rangers to hold on and develop...
Staal, Girardi, Gilroy, Sanguinetti, Del Zotto, and Sauer as our d-corps. If those six develop to their potential, that backline will be good enough to win a cup. Now if only the scoring forwards part could sort itself out like that...

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Sanguinetti > MDZ

RIGHT NOW!!!!

that is all.

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Sanguinetti > MDZ

RIGHT NOW!!!!

that is all.
Anyone who says different is crazy.

Sangs has a year a the pro level under his belt...and he a very good year that resulted in great progression for him.

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Anyone who says different is crazy.

Sangs has a year a the pro level under his belt...and he a very good year that resulted in great progression for him.
Lets not jump to conclusions. Just because Sangs had a good year in the ahl , doesnt exactly mean he is better then MDZ who has not even played at the pro level. Not that im disagreeing with you...

On another note, for MDZ like it was for Staal, if he doesnt make the rangers he would have to go back to the OHL.. so it will take time to see which one of them is better.. Lets just hope they turn into PRONGER-mcinnis

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Lets not jump to conclusions. Just because Sangs had a good year in the ahl , doesnt exactly mean he is better then MDZ who has not even played at the pro level. Not that im disagreeing with you...

On another note, for MDZ like it was for Staal, if he doesnt make the rangers he would have to go back to the OHL.. so it will take time to see which one of them is better.. Lets just hope they turn into PRONGER-mcinnis
OH NO YOU DI'INT!!! This analogy is going to be used a lot more than it should in the next coming years between Staal and trying to find his offensive partner.

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Lets not jump to conclusions. Just because Sangs had a good year in the ahl , doesnt exactly mean he is better then MDZ who has not even played at the pro level. Not that im disagreeing with you...

On another note, for MDZ like it was for Staal, if he doesnt make the rangers he would have to go back to the OHL.. so it will take time to see which one of them is better.. Lets just hope they turn into PRONGER-mcinnis
Sorry, but NYRangers3018 said "right now", and until I see MDZ have a good rookie season in the AHL, i will easily stand by that since IMO, both have about equal potential....I might give MDZ the slight, slight edge though.

At this moment...Sangs > MDZ

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I'd rather deal Girardi than Sanguinetti. I think Bobby's upside is higher, and Bobby and MDZ are going to make a heckuva PP tandem in a few years.

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Good read, thanks.

I'm getting a little tired of everyone here throwing Sanguinetti's name in absolutely every trade proposal just because we have MDZ who might be better one day. Wouldn't it be better to wait and see which of the two develops into the better player before trading one?
Subtracting a fix to fill a hole is pure stupidity. This team has been desperate for 2 guys to run the point on the PP. One won't cut it. You need 2. He's one of them.


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Yeah that plan worked out great when we had Montoya and Lundqvist. We should have traded Monty right away instead we got jack for him and he looks like he is going to have a nice career.

What a wasted draft pick.

If we can get a good young foward for him i'm all down for it.
This comparison would make perfect sense if teams were only allowed to dress 2 defensemen with 1 playing a full 60 minutes for 75% of the season.

Anyone who thinks that, right now, MDZ is better than Sangs is absolutely crazy. The AHL is SIGNIFICANTLY better than the OHL. All you need to do is read the interview to realize that. The OHL is more run-and-gun, but in the AHL you learn to have a complete game. Your offensive abilities and athleticism are enough to get you by in the OHL. Bobby is clearly the better player right now because he has succeeded at a much higher level. I do think MDZ has more potential, but right now I'm taking Bobby.

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This comparison would make perfect sense if teams were only allowed to dress 2 defensemen with 1 playing a full 60 minutes for 75% of the season.

Anyone who thinks that, right now, MDZ is better than Sangs is absolutely crazy. The AHL is SIGNIFICANTLY better than the OHL. All you need to do is read the interview to realize that. The OHL is more run-and-gun, but in the AHL you learn to have a complete game. Your offensive abilities and athleticism are enough to get you by in the OHL. Bobby is clearly the better player right now because he has succeeded at a much higher level. I do think MDZ has more potential, but right now I'm taking Bobby.
I never said anyone is better, I would deal MDZ if the right deal came along for a young foward that we need. With Staal and Girardi already mainstays and you know in New York your always going to have those 2-3 veteran guys on the roster keeping all these young guys is a waste. Lets get what we need with the little bit of extra we actually have.

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Goaltending is a lot different then defense....
Trade value is trade value, Montoya's went from sky hi to way low and we dealt him when we were in a position of weakness. I don't wanna see that happen again, I think both Sangs and MDZ's value are hi enough we could expect a good young foward in return for one.

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I would love for the Rangers to hold on and develop...
Staal, Girardi, Gilroy, Sanguinetti, Del Zotto, and Sauer as our d-corps. If those six develop to their potential, that backline will be good enough to win a cup. Now if only the scoring forwards part could sort itself out like that...
Anyone who thinks a future Rangers defense of those players are kidding themselves. How many NHL teams have 6-8 homegrown Dmen on thier team at the same time? I would say none. As of right now I would hold onto Staal, Girardi, Gilroy, and DZ and see what I can get for Sangs and Sauer.

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Good read. Can't wait till he proves a lot of people wrong and makes the Rangers sometime next season, then people will finally be saying...hmm ok maybe we shouldnt be so quick to use him as trade bait....
This is my hope as well but only time will change that opinion along with his effort.

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Bobby Sangs has become the new Prucha. A piece of every nyr proposal on HF.

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He's still under 200lbs? I'd like to see him add 10lbs of muscle before making the leap. I think it'll make his adjustment easier.

Definitely looking forward to seeing what he can do.

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Trade value is trade value, Montoya's went from sky hi to way low and we dealt him when we were in a position of weakness. I don't wanna see that happen again, I think both Sangs and MDZ's value are hi enough we could expect a good young foward in return for one.
Montoya's trade value was shot because the Rangers had no bargaining power. He never got a chance to prove anything in the NHL, the Rangers had no need for him, and if they didn't move him he would have left for virtually nothing in the offseason.


Unless the Rangers have 6 franchise defensemen by the time MDZ is ready we won't have that issue.

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