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06-01-2012, 12:29 PM
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****. Thats a bummer.

This is why you cant let chances slip away like this season, because you never know what crazy **** will set you up the next season. We might not even make the playoffs. Of course thats unlikely, but you never know what will happen.

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I never said I wanted to keep Dubinsky. Obviously we have to cut some fat in order to make it happen. Its entirely possible.
Dubinsky wouldnt be one of the 5. Gabby/Richards/Henrik...Parise/Nash.

Even if you got rid of Dubi's salary it is impossible without making some other huge moves(like get rid of cally, girardi, or staal.) It also leaves no room for future RFA's like mcdonagh who will need to get a big raise.

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The best news out of this is that we can now keep Redden on the NHL roster until such a time as Gaborik comes off I.R.

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I never said I wanted to keep Dubinsky. Obviously we have to cut some fat in order to make it happen. Its entirely possible.
Oh sure. I bet there are a bunch of teams lined up for
A guy making 4 million who scored 10 goals this season.

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06-01-2012, 12:36 PM
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Oh sure. I bet there are a bunch of teams lined up for
A guy making 4 million who scored 10 goals this season.
But 30 goals the year before, and 24 before that.

Never under estimate Uncle Glenny.

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I hear your argument but how does one get a torn rotator cuff playing hockey anyways?

Did he try throwing the puck past Lundqvist in practice or something?

I can think of 1 other hockey player getting this injury before. It's not normal, which makes it even more typical that he of all people gets it.

Also....11 points in 20 games. Let's not go crazy here. He showed heart playing through it, but frankly speaking, he was not very good in the playoffs.
I didn't tear it, but I hurt my rotator cuff playing hockey. Not really sure what happened though. Total freak thing. And by the way, extremely painful injury. I definitely couldnt play hockey. Hell, I was playing bass in a metal band at the time and had to play two shows sitting down. Very awkward. I can't even imagine playing NHL hockey with that and mine wasn't even torn.

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The best news out of this is that we can now keep Redden on the NHL roster until such a time as Gaborik comes off I.R.
That's huge.

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06-01-2012, 12:42 PM
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Appreciate and respect Gabby's heart and passion , but let's be honest , it didn't help the team whatsoever

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I never said I wanted to keep Dubinsky. Obviously we have to cut some fat in order to make it happen. Its entirely possible.
no, it's really not. check out cap geek. unless the cap rises to like 75 mil or something, which with a lockout pending AINT happening....its impossible.

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Appreciate and respect Gabby's heart and passion , but let's be honest , it didn't help the team whatsoever
And if he sat out due to the injury people would have crucified him for being soft and not playing when the games meant the most.

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The best news out of this is that we can now keep Redden on the NHL roster until such a time as Gaborik comes off I.R.
if youre serious, i dont see why this would be a good thing, burning off cap space during the year for a useless player...if youre not serious, im not sure why this is funny...?

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That's huge.
So you guys are saying you want Redden on our bottom pairing?

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Appreciate and respect Gabby's heart and passion , but let's be honest , it didn't help the team whatsoever

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And if he sat out due to the injury people would have crucified him for being soft and not playing when the games meant the most.

Damned if you do, damned if you don't.
Good point

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Appreciate and respect Gabby's heart and passion , but let's be honest , it didn't help the team whatsoever
It did. The team was much better off with Gaborik in there as opposed to Stu Bickel/Steve Eminger lining up on RW.

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So you guys are saying you want Redden on our bottom pairing?
Nope. 1st pair.

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another good point , but do you know exactly when the injury occurred?

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I hear your argument but how does one get a torn rotator cuff playing hockey anyways?

Did he try throwing the puck past Lundqvist in practice or something?

I can think of 1 other hockey player getting this injury before. It's not normal, which makes it even more typical that he of all people gets it.

Also....11 points in 20 games. Let's not go crazy here. He showed heart playing through it, but frankly speaking, he was not very good in the playoffs.
The rotator cuff is located behind the shoulder girdle. it's a small area of muscle that is often overlooked when training, which leads to
atrophy, which leads to tears.

It usually occurs in athletes and people who have an muscle imbalance in the shoulder, in terms of strength. Having front deltoids that are "too strong" for your rear delts, leads to rotator cuff injuries and tears, when you decide to put stress on them.

Bottom line: a rotator cuff injury is the result of lack of muscle/strength in your shoulder girdle. It's common knowledge now that you must include rotator cuff training when developing strength.

we all know what a tower of muscle mr. gaborik is don't we...

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It did. The team was much better off with Gaborik in there as opposed to Stu Bickel/Steve Eminger lining up on RW.
Eminger was a little sloppy , but come on, the game he played we got a shutout

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no, it's really not. check out cap geek. unless the cap rises to like 75 mil or something, which with a lockout pending AINT happening....its impossible.
Per Brooks...

"The Rangers appear to have a considerable amount of cap space with which to maneuver in reconstructing for next year, but with the labor agreement set to expire on Sept. 15, itís anybodyís guess as to exactly how much.

The Blueshirts will have approximately $20 million of space under a summer cap thatís likely to be in the neighborhood of $76M, but itís impossible to know whether the 2012-13 cap will exceed, be equal to, or decrease from last seasonís $64.3M when itís reset under the new collective bargaining agreement."

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another good point , but do you know exactly when the injury occurred?
He said that he's been playing with it for 2 months. So, he would have made that HUGE goal with the injury.

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He said that he's been playing with it for 2 months. So, he would have made that HUGE goal with the injury.
And I'm not denying that was a huge goal ,and I'm sure the injury only got worse as time went on , can you pull up some highlights of what he did after that?

Dont want anyone to get it twisted , I respect what gabby did ,but he could barely shoot towards the end

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He said that he's been playing with it for 2 months. So, he would have made that HUGE goal with the injury.
He sustained it before the playoffs based on what I've read and it was worsened during the Ottawa series.

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Gaborik surgery for labral tear...issue exacerbated during first round against Ottawa.

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Per Brooks...

"The Rangers appear to have a considerable amount of cap space with which to maneuver in reconstructing for next year, but with the labor agreement set to expire on Sept. 15, itís anybodyís guess as to exactly how much.

The Blueshirts will have approximately $20 million of space under a summer cap thatís likely to be in the neighborhood of $76M, but itís impossible to know whether the 2012-13 cap will exceed, be equal to, or decrease from last seasonís $64.3M when itís reset under the new collective bargaining agreement."

Not mentioning the trade of Dubinsky, $4.2million cap hit
they must have other players to re-sign though no? MDZ? Prust? I dunno... but it's not like all that cap space is completely "free", is it?

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Per Brooks...

"The Rangers appear to have a considerable amount of cap space with which to maneuver in reconstructing for next year, but with the labor agreement set to expire on Sept. 15, itís anybodyís guess as to exactly how much.

The Blueshirts will have approximately $20 million of space under a summer cap thatís likely to be in the neighborhood of $76M, but itís impossible to know whether the 2012-13 cap will exceed, be equal to, or decrease from last seasonís $64.3M when itís reset under the new collective bargaining agreement."


didnt you just make my point for me? the cap is NOT going up. nobody in their right mind would think that its going up. 90% of this board and the pundits think it will flatline for a few years. do the math, you can't have Richards, Gaborik, Lundqvist, Parise, AND Nash all on the same team. Its impossible. www.capgeek.com

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