No Campbell(hopefully) should help slow down their transition game.
Hopefully, but it's a real credit to that team when they can lose a guy like Campbell and still ice a team with Keith, Seabrook, and Hjalmarsson on the back end. All of those guys on the blue line can move the puck, and almost every one of their forwards plays a very competent two way game.
I'm not so much worried about the defensive puck movement as I am a guy like Sharp pick-pocketing a forward in the neutral zone.
I thought Gilroy flew under the radar and had a solid defensive game up in Toronto.
He's been decent defensively the past few games. I just wish his offensive game would come around, since that's the reason he was signed.
At this point, I'll be surprised if the Rangers don't make an effort to trade him sometime this season. If he somehow lasts the season, I doubt the Rangers will tender him an offer sheet, especially with Cally, Dubi, and Arty commanding raises.