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12-23-2012, 11:43 PM
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Edmonton-NY Rangers


Chris Kreider


Justin Schultz

Gives both teams more depth.

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I don't know like I feel Schultz is kind of past his prime. He's just one of those guys who peaked in high school when he was bigger than everyone else.

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12-23-2012, 11:58 PM
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Uh, aside from the obvious mismatch in trade value (please tell me I don't have to elaborate), how is it that this gives both teams "more depth?" Schultz is our only offensive RHD. Our deepest position at the NHL level is wing. Am I missing something?

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Uh, aside from the obvious mismatch in trade value (please tell me I don't have to elaborate), how is it that this gives both teams "more depth?" Schultz is our only offensive RHD. Our deepest position at the NHL level is wing. Am I missing something?
Well Chris Kreider played in the NHL last year and Schultz still isn't playing in the NHL.

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I wanted Schultz when the Rangers could have got him for free, but that ship has sailed. The other ship that sailed was Edmonton's need for size in their top six with Hartikainen emerging recently. With that said I don't think Edmonton should go after another winger. If Gagner doesn't break out they could use an upgrade for #2C. Stepan would have made more sense from the Rangers. I wouldn't do this personally, but I think this would be a more logical deal between the two teams:

Schultz+Gagner

for

Stepan+McIlrath

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We're getting a lot more than Justin Schultz in return for Chris Kreider, especially after the success he had in the playoffs.

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12-24-2012, 12:10 AM
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Justin Schultz just picked Edmonton over every other team in the league, why would they trade him. Along with that, he's our top d prospect and is dominating the AHL as a rookie. Makes no sense for Edmonton to move him.

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We're getting a lot more than Justin Schultz in return for Chris Kreider, especially after the success he had in the playoffs.
I doubt one playoffs makes his value that high. Schultz has lit up the AHL and is one of the frontrunners for the Calder. If anything, New York adds

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Justin Schultz leading the AHL in scoring as a rookie and as a D. Chris Kreider looks like a good prospect, but NYR would have to add a lot. No way the Oilers even think of this joke of a offer, would have Tambo laughing for months.

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Justin Schultz for Wade Redden seems fair value I mean Schultz is a no name free agent out of collage who has yet to play a NHL game ....can't be too special

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I wanted Schultz when the Rangers could have got him for free, but that ship has sailed. The other ship that sailed was Edmonton's need for size in their top six with Hartikainen emerging recently. With that said I don't think Edmonton should go after another winger. If Gagner doesn't break out they could use an upgrade for #2C. Stepan would have made more sense from the Rangers. I wouldn't do this personally, but I think this would be a more logical deal between the two teams:

Schultz+Gagner

for

Stepan+McIlrath
Edmonton wouldn't do that and I don't think the Rangers would either.

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12-24-2012, 12:12 AM
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I doubt one playoffs makes his value that high. Schultz has lit up the AHL and is one of the frontrunners for the Calder. If anything, New York adds
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Justin Schultz leading the AHL in scoring as a rookie and as a D. Chris Kreider looks like a good prospect, but NYR would have to add a lot. No way the Oilers even think of this joke of a offer, would have Tambo laughing for months.
LOL.

Right.

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We're getting a lot more than Justin Schultz in return for Chris Kreider, especially after the success he had in the playoffs.
Plus with the way Kreider is tearing up the AHL this year...oh...never mind.

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LOL.

Right.
Schultz is lighting up the AHL as a defenseman and Kreider has more value because of one playoffs? Get real.

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Are you serious? This is a joke.

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Yeah but Kreider is proven. You know you can count on him to score 20 a year. As for Schultz I think he peaked in college and he might be a career AHLer. I mean look at Keith Aucoin. They both tear it up point wise but Aucoin can't play in the NHL.

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12-24-2012, 12:18 AM
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LOL.

Right.
Kreider: 27GP 5-6-11
Schultz: 28GP 16-24-40

Schultz is a defenceman. A rookie defenceman. Leading the league in scoring. With four times as many points as Kreider, a forward.

No, 7 NHL points aren't enough of a difference, even if they come with Pierre McGuire's fluttering eyelashes.

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Lol Oilers suck Rangers rule **** the world YOLO



But really Krider is God and Shultz is in the Same category has Math Poostain

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12-24-2012, 12:21 AM
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Kreider: 27GP 5-6-11
Schultz: 28GP 16-24-40

Schultz is a defenceman. A rookie defenceman. Leading the league in scoring.
Yeah but bro look up his assists. Probably like 20 are secondary assists. And all his goals are because the big 3 set him up back door. He's like a mooch bro.

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Kreider: 27GP 5-6-11
Schultz: 28GP 16-24-40

Schultz is a defenceman. A rookie defenceman. Leading the league in scoring. With four times as many points as Kreider, a forward.

No, 7 NHL points aren't enough of a difference, even if they come with Pierre McGuire's fluttering eyelashes.
Generally speaking though, power forwards take a little longer to find their stride in the pros, wherein offensive defensemen seems to transition very well. You need to judge based upon potential, not 30 or so odd games in the AHL.

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12-24-2012, 12:22 AM
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Schultz is lighting up the AHL as a defenseman and Kreider has more value because of one playoffs? Get real.
You can't possibly be serious.

Kreider went straight from college, bypassed the NHL and was great in the playoffs.

You're fooling yourself if you think AHL stats with a rookie defender playing on a STACKED team with a few NHL proven talents are going to persuade anyone from thinking that Schultz has more value than Kreider.

Kreider has CRAP with him in Hartford. Look at Oklahoma's roster. People all over these boards were crowning them Calder Cup champs before they even played a single game.

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