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01-26-2013, 10:43 AM
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Ferriero's 22 career NHL points screams "move me up in the lineup"
You must be kidding me...

I hope you enjoy Rupp on the 3rd line.

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01-26-2013, 10:47 AM
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Ferriero's 22 career NHL points screams "move me up in the lineup"
If you're gonna play the numbers game:

Ferriero: .24 PPG in NHL
Rupp: .17 PPG in NHL

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01-26-2013, 10:52 AM
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01-26-2013, 10:53 AM
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You must be kidding me...

I hope you enjoy Rupp on the 3rd line.
I dont.

I hope you enjoy believing this guy is a better option.

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01-26-2013, 10:53 AM
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so is Haley sucking in CT? Did they not sign him to a one way deal next yr? Would he have to clear waivers which is why they are not giving him a shot?

Segal, Newbury, Ferriero all spare F call ups in 5 games

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01-26-2013, 11:09 AM
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If you're gonna play the numbers game:

Ferriero: .24 PPG in NHL
Rupp: .17 PPG in NHL
Well done. Ferriero, unable to become an NHL regular approaching 25 years old, only has to keep that pace up for a few hundred more NHL games. A true apples to apples comparison.

Im not fan of Mike Rupp on the 3rd line. But Im even less of a fan of pretending an AHL transaction will be a better option.

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01-26-2013, 11:10 AM
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Assuming Asham is good to go tonight, this can only mean one thing

EDIT: Kreider is hurt, that's why.
And suddenly his play makes sense.

Not easy skating with a chipped bone in your ankle.

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01-26-2013, 11:20 AM
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Well done. Ferriero, unable to become an NHL regular approaching 25 years old, only has to keep that pace up for a few hundred more NHL games. A true apples to apples comparison.

Im not fan of Mike Rupp on the 3rd line. But Im even less of a fan of pretending an AHL transaction will be a better option.
There are a plethora of examples of 25 year olds establishing themselves as NHL regulars in the bottom 6 when they land in the right spot. Hell, Mike Rupp himself was barely established as a 25 year old.

Based on what I've read, I think Ferriero has an opportunity to be a better fit for our 3rd line than Rupp is, at equal production. But he will have to earn it, so no problems starting on the 4th from my standpoint.

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Rupp on the third line is moronic.


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01-26-2013, 11:24 AM
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There are a plethora of examples of 25 year olds establishing themselves as NHL regulars in the bottom 6 when they land in the right spot. Hell, Mike Rupp himself was barely established as a 25 year old.

Based on what I've read, I think Ferriero has an opportunity to be a better fit for our 3rd line than Rupp is, at equal production. But he will have to earn it, so no problems starting on the 4th from my standpoint.
So you're admitting your entire analysis is based on not liking Rupp as opposed to having any idea of what this other guy is capable of?

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01-26-2013, 11:32 AM
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Brandon Prust was 25 the year he came to the Rangers and to that point had been a borderline NHLer (just 46 games in 2 seasons prior). He is now one of the most valuable bottom 6 players in the league.

Don't write a guy off because he's 25 and hasn't made it yet. I'm not saying Ferriero will make it, but I think he has some tools and has that kind of upside to still become an NHL player.

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01-26-2013, 11:38 AM
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So you're admitting your entire analysis is based on not liking Rupp as opposed to having any idea of what this other guy is capable of?
I'm saying his game might be better suited to line with Hagelin and Boyle than Rupps is. It has nothing to do with liking or disliking. Two active skaters willing throw the body, like Feds and Prust were, works best with Boyle. Rupp is not an active skater (read: high energy), though he is willing to throw the body.

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01-26-2013, 11:41 AM
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Brandon Prust was 25 the year he came to the Rangers and to that point had been a borderline NHLer (just 46 games in 2 seasons prior). He is now one of the most valuable bottom 6 players in the league.

Don't write a guy off because he's 25 and hasn't made it yet. I'm not saying Ferriero will make it, but I think he has some tools and has that kind of upside to still become an NHL player.
Indeed, everyone was so happy with Prust on the 3rd line at times as well.

Everyone should agree theres depth problems up front on this team. Why waste your time and energy putting faith into every johnny-come-lately that comes along?

If Ferriero plays well for a few games, then maybe he'll be worth mentioning.


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01-26-2013, 11:44 AM
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I was far, far happier with Prust on the 3rd line than Rupp.

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Ferriero's 22 career NHL points screams "move me up in the lineup"
22 pts in 94 games and 7 goals in 35 games last year is not bad for a bottom six guy who can hustle his butt off. If he comes out flying tonight he could be a great 3rd line guy for us.

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01-26-2013, 11:50 AM
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Ben F. is a god 3rd 4th liner with speed and hustle. We complain we dont have enough legit 3rd and 4th liners, and we maybe have one now... so...

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Well done. Ferriero, unable to become an NHL regular approaching 25 years old, only has to keep that pace up for a few hundred more NHL games. A true apples to apples comparison.

Im not fan of Mike Rupp on the 3rd line. But Im even less of a fan of pretending an AHL transaction will be a better option.
Way to ignore the fact that Mike Rupp is only an NHL regular because he's a big guy and fights. He is slow as molasses, has no offensive creativity, and is slow as molasses. Ferriero is a borderline player because he's an actual hockey player and isn't that big.

If you think Rupp on the 3rd line is a better option than Ferriero, then you do. But holy ****, please explain. And by explain, I don't mean tell me that Ferriero isn't a better option (which you're basing solely off of NHL experience).

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Brandon Prust was 25 the year he came to the Rangers and to that point had been a borderline NHLer (just 46 games in 2 seasons prior). He is now one of the most valuable bottom 6 players in the league.

Don't write a guy off because he's 25 and hasn't made it yet. I'm not saying Ferriero will make it, but I think he has some tools and has that kind of upside to still become an NHL player.
No dude, Rupp is so much better. he's slower and useless, BUT he drops the gloves more. He has way more skill because of just that. Doesn't matter if a guy with hustle and grit and can still move the puck comes, he sucks cause he isn't Rupp.

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Way to ignore the fact that Mike Rupp is only an NHL regular because he's a big guy and fights. He is slow as molasses, has no offensive creativity, and is slow as molasses. Ferriero is a borderline player because he's an actual hockey player and isn't that big.

If you think Rupp on the 3rd line is a better option than Ferriero, then you do. But holy ****, please explain. And by explain, I don't mean tell me that Ferriero isn't a better option (which you're basing solely off of NHL experience).
You're selling molasses short here.

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No dude, Rupp is so much better. he's slower and useless, BUT he drops the gloves more. He has way more skill because of just that. Doesn't matter if a guy with hustle and grit and can still move the puck comes, he sucks cause he isn't Rupp.
Prust fights more too but he makes a ridiculous amount of money. Rupp is a 4th liner only, Torts is a dummy for playing him 3rd line

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Brandon Prust was 25 the year he came to the Rangers and to that point had been a borderline NHLer (just 46 games in 2 seasons prior). He is now one of the most valuable bottom 6 players in the league.

Don't write a guy off because he's 25 and hasn't made it yet. I'm not saying Ferriero will make it, but I think he has some tools and has that kind of upside to still become an NHL player.
Good point.

Where do we find this diamond in the rough bottom 6 agitating grinder that can be had for a discount price and come in and be a difference maker for us?

I mean Sather found Avery, then he found Prust. Both for very cheap. Where is the next one hiding? That would be very interesting to know.

Haley (does not look so), Mashinter (naaa - maybe future Rupp replacement),, Ferreiro (hmmm)...

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Prust fights more too but he makes a ridiculous amount of money. Rupp is a 4th liner only, Torts is a dummy for playing him 3rd line
Your sarcasm detectors have malfunctioned.

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01-26-2013, 12:54 PM
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so Torts lied and called someone up, lol...............please be for Bickel and not Kreider. Assume Asham is out still
Get real. Tortorella didn't lie--Ferriero played his first game for the Whale last night. Most people in the organization hadn't seen him play in person before.

This is not some conspiracy. Even Mulder is bored.

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so is Haley sucking in CT? Did they not sign him to a one way deal next yr? Would he have to clear waivers which is why they are not giving him a shot?

Segal, Newbury, Ferriero all spare F call ups in 5 games
Re-entry waivers no longer exist. Haley hasn't played well in Hartford by all accounts.

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rumor down on the farm is he isn't happy being with the Rangers and not happy at all with the system or coaching staff in Hartford.. Haley regrets leaving the islanders

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