We've probably signed a bunch of ex-Rangers too. Zidlicky, Mottau, and Rachunek leap to mind immediately, I'm sure there are more. With so much turnover in the league from year to year, it's hard not to have guys who have played on every other team.
You can say that again. The Rangers sign or acquire pretty much anybody who was ever a Devil or a Penguin at a point. Actually, the amount of ex penguins they have had ever since the mid 90's in just staggering.
Straka and Jagr are the ones I am thinking of, again, I'm sure there are more.
Originally Posted by BrodeursCups
The Oilers are complete garbage in their own zone. Who's the idiot on the main board that said the Oilers have a better blueline than the devs?
I especially liked the poster who said that Greene and Tallinder could not make the Oilers' top 6 on defence, and would be relegated to being seventh defencemen if they were acquired. It's only been a couple games, but I'd say the season so far has given the lie to that statement.
Originally Posted by VaxjoDevil
So the L.A. Whiners are complaining about Yakupov's celebration? Wtf is wrong with people, kid scored with a second left and is having fun.
They have no room to complain about gaudy celebrations after they lifted the Cup again during the season opener.
[QUOTE=Saugus;58445139]Straka and Jagr are the ones I am thinking of, again, I'm sure there are more.
For starters, I will give them a so called pass on Kovalev (Ranger before a Penguin then a Ranger again) and Lacouture since he was acquired in the Kovalev trade. Also, I won't count players who were Rangers and then Penguins. Therefore off the top of my head I think:
Nedved (though I believe he actually started with the Rangers)
Mckenna (though only a Penguin for a half season before, then went back to Pittsburgh)
Joel Bouchard (again, only a Penguin for half a season)
If you want to go way back Pierre Larouche
That's all I can think of for now and I did edit to include Bouchard