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06-07-2013, 07:00 PM
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Eberle is like a poor man's Gaborik, you guys can decide for yourself whether it's worth parlaying high end assets for that.

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I hate small Euro players. That is why I dont want to resign MZA, and I want Fast traded

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Eberle is like a poor man's Gaborik, you guys can decide for yourself whether it's worth parlaying high end assets for that.
Ebs has a bright future though. Would you not agree?

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Eberle is like a poor man's Gaborik, you guys can decide for yourself whether it's worth parlaying high end assets for that.
depends what assets IMO.. He scored 34 goals last season as a 22 year old. He knows how to do what hardly anyone on our team knows how to do, finish. The problem is the 6M cap hit so unless the cap goes up next year and either stays the same from that or goes up it will be hard to keep all our guys.

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if we move Del Zotto (2.5) for Eberle (6M), we're basically getting Eberle (at least for next year) at a steal of a price for what he put up last season (34 goals, 76 points). Though it might be hard moving forward to keep him and our others we need to sign.
I think he is worth it, but who am I to decide?

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I think revamping the bottom six needs to be done.. Dorsett is young gritty, tough, nasty.. everything you want as a fourth line winger. Sure he takes dumb penalties once in awhile but he plays with intensity and I think he should stay. Powe Pyatt Boyle Asham can go IMO

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I hate small Euro players. That is why I dont want to resign MZA, and I want Fast traded
It's quite unfortunate the the anti-euro stigma still exists.

Small Euro player is leading league in playoff scoring.

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I think revamping the bottom six needs to be done.. Dorsett is young gritty, tough, nasty.. everything you want as a fourth line winger. Sure he takes dumb penalties once in awhile but he plays with intensity and I think he should stay. Powe Pyatt Boyle Asham can go IMO
Keep Boyle for the fourth line.

Unfortunately, like last season, the 3C spot on this Rangers team is most likely to be up for debate come October (unless the unthinkable happens, and Richards is given another shot under a new coach).

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I think revamping the bottom six needs to be done.. Dorsett is young gritty, tough, nasty.. everything you want as a fourth line winger. Sure he takes dumb penalties once in awhile but he plays with intensity and I think he should stay. Powe Pyatt Boyle Asham can go IMO
I want enough depth that Boyle and Dorsett are on the 4th line, where they both belong.

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I want enough depth that Boyle and Dorsett are on the 4th line, where they both belong.
Bingo.

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Ebs has a bright future though. Would you not agree?
Sure, he is probably a nice 1st-2nd line guy moving forward. Not sure if that equates his value as being worth 6mil though.

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depends what assets IMO.. He scored 34 goals last season as a 22 year old. He knows how to do what hardly anyone on our team knows how to do, finish. The problem is the 6M cap hit so unless the cap goes up next year and either stays the same from that or goes up it will be hard to keep all our guys.
Cap is going down I believe after next season.

I don't think the answer is to add another one-dimensional, soft RWer to build around on offense. Eberle also struggled to produce this season when his shooting % attained an average rate. In his 34 goal season, he was a very sheltered player.

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It's quite unfortunate the the anti-euro stigma still exists.

Small Euro player is leading league in playoff scoring.
6'0 190 is not small in my book. 5'7 180 is.

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06-07-2013, 07:13 PM
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anyone know much about Damien Brunner? NHL.com has him listed as a center and he's an upcoming UFA.. He scored 26 pts this year in 44 games, and had 9 pts (5g, 4a) in the playoffs this year. Could he be an option at 3c?

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I want enough depth that Boyle and Dorsett are on the 4th line, where they both belong.
Wouldnt mind Boyle as a 4th line center, but no Powe, Pyatt, Asham please!

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Cap is going down I believe after next season.

I don't think the answer is to add another one-dimensional, soft RWer to build around on offense. Eberle also struggled to produce this season when his shooting % attained an average rate. In his 34 goal season, he was a very sheltered player.
Nash is soft

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I hate small Euro players. That is why I dont want to resign MZA, and I want Fast traded
Fast is taller than Callahan and Hagelin. Do you want to trade Hags too?

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Any chance Staal is moved to Carolina for the 5th Overall pick + roster player + ryan murphy?

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I think revamping the bottom six needs to be done.. Dorsett is young gritty, tough, nasty.. everything you want as a fourth line winger. Sure he takes dumb penalties once in awhile but he plays with intensity and I think he should stay. Powe Pyatt Boyle Asham can go IMO
Boyle stays. He's a valuable asset for C in the bottom 6. IMO we got to keep Asham too. Other two can walk, bring up the youngn's

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Nash is soft
Quick, let's trade him for Orr before Toronto realizes they got fleeced.

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Fast is taller than Callahan and Hagelin. Do you want to trade Hags too?
Idk why I added Fast to that post, mostly about MZA.

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Quick, let's trade him for Orr before Toronto realizes they got fleeced.
If you read that post I have nothing wrong with Nash, he said Eberle was soft and we shouldnt build around him, all I said was Nash is soft too. I wouldnt mind Orr though..

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Idk why I added Fast to that post, mostly about MZA.
Do you hate small North American forwards, too? I'm trying to figure out if its size that bothers you or their nationality?

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06-07-2013, 07:29 PM
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Where is THIS Rick Nash?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38SIavf2zNA

or this one? (even though its a penalty)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2_D_ZVMhog

or this one.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_iaBFuzubQ

why wasn't he doing this kind of stuff this season? he used his size great on offense, but why no hitting like this?

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Eberle benefited from sheltered zone starts and minutes and had a ridiculous shot percentage that he is not likely to replicate. I knew he would regress this season - it wasn't a "down" season, he just isn't as good as was shown last season. Conversely, it was fairly easy to predict Hall having a great season if fully healthy.

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