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05-09-2007, 02:17 PM
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Agreed. Gotta love his little insinuation about Straks at the end of the article too. "Straka, whose left-shoulder separation somehow healed itself as he played with it the last two months, will not require surgery"?? What's that supposed to mean? That he wasn't really hurt? in fact, it was a bicepts tear not a shoulder seperation..he can't even state the correct injury.. GIMME A BREAK BROOKS
just to be clear, the 1 and only place i (and most likely anyone else) have heard there to be a bicep tear, is from the rodents site. i have yet to see a single other place comment on it. and when you consider the severity of a bicep tear, and to not have it mentioned even once elsewhere (now that the season is over) leads me to call shenanigans on this whole bicep tear story.

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05-09-2007, 02:21 PM
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There is nothing said like that in the article...

Nylander will be back... Only question is how much.

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05-09-2007, 06:04 PM
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he will be back, dont think he wants to move again and unless he feels he is getting really dicked over, he wont walk.

my guess... 3.7 Mill for 1 year, option for year 2...

but hey, im not really a GM, just throwing it out there...

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05-09-2007, 06:23 PM
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He'll sign here, he knows he's at his best when he plays with Jagr. NY could have saved $'s by signing him earlier, nows it's going to cost more.

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If Satheroney has an ounce of sense then they will get Nylander signed up before the UFA period starts. Makes no sense to hear what Jagr has been saying to then let his centerman walk. I'd have to think its pretty much a done deal!

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Brooksie stirring up the ****, nothing more. Rest assured, Nylander will be here next year, feeding Jags... and all will be right in the world.

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05-09-2007, 08:43 PM
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Larry Brooks just really deserves an enormous beating. I don't know who I hate more... Him or that old man who makes a fool of himself on Ranger games... Stanley Fischler or whatever his name is. But he gets a break simply because hes a senior citizen. But Brooks will take one double for him.

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05-09-2007, 08:52 PM
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he needs to stay...i cant see him leaving at this point

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05-10-2007, 04:57 AM
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As I first wrote in a sidebar after Game 6, free-agent Michael Nylander wants to stay here and play with Jagr. Who wouldn't? There was an offer on the table near the end of the season, but it was put on hold. Nylander wanted to wait. In an ideal world, the Rangers offer him a one-year deal, like Straka, with an option, but Nylander would fetch more dough elsewhere.
http://weblogs.newsday.com/sports/hockey/rangers/blog/

Options are no longer allowed in the CBA for new contracts

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05-10-2007, 06:04 AM
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11.13 Option Clauses/Voidable Years. SPCs shall not contain any option clause or voidable year, whether automatic, optional or otherwise
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http://www.aftonbladet.se/vss/sport/...065974,00.html

What does this article say about Nylander?

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05-10-2007, 07:11 AM
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It says that Nylander may leave the Rangers. That they were discussing a contract during the season but decided to deal with it later instead. They are going to meet next week and then he will see what they have to offer.

When confronted with the rumour about him getting 47.5 million SEK(around 4.75 million dollars I think), he just brushes it off and says that it is not true. He also says that he enjoys it here and is hoping to sign here, but that in these kind of negotiations you never know what's going to happen.

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05-10-2007, 07:29 AM
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Did you also see in the blog the rumor of Montoya, Prucha and... for the Yotes first pick? The trade would be horrific!

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05-10-2007, 07:50 AM
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It says that Nylander may leave the Rangers. That they were discussing a contract during the season but decided to deal with it later instead. They are going to meet next week and then he will see what they have to offer.

When confronted with the rumour about him getting 47.5 million SEK(around 4.75 million dollars I think), he just brushes it off and says that it is not true. He also says that he enjoys it here and is hoping to sign here, but that in these kind of negotiations you never know what's going to happen.
Note that it's a swedish tabloid writing this.
And as always they do their best to make it as omnious and earth shattering as possible.

The facts are that there was some negotiations between the team and Nylander's manager at the end of the regular season.

But when they started to bicker about details Nylander said 'hold it', I'm playing playoff hockey, I don't want to bother about this now. Let's get back and talk when all hockey is done and over with.

And that's where we are right now.

In theory he could end up somewhere else, so media isn't exactly telling lies, but it seems very unlikely.

Contract negotiations is a game all by itself, and I think Nyls did the right thing to tell them all to wait, so that it wouldn't interfere with the hockey (but maybe act as an extra carrot for himself, he is afterall third in playoff points so far).

Nice house in nice neighbourhood, playing on a good team with wonderful line mates and possibly playing the best hockey of his life.

Nyls will be back, this media stuff is just posturing and media dreams.

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05-10-2007, 03:48 PM
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6 kids Jesus, he has a defense corps.
guess that 2 year $7 millon deal just became 2 years $10 mill

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05-10-2007, 05:45 PM
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6 kids Jesus, he has a defense corps.
guess that 2 year $7 millon deal just became 2 years $10 mill
I think he's a closet catholic.

Last year he had to delay his flight to Riga and the WC because he waited for his mum to come over and help his wife with all the kids before he went off on business with the national team

- Erh, honeybun. I was pondering joining up with me mates to play some world championship thingy in Riga.
- Forget it, I've been here with 6 kids while you have been working, now it's your turn buster.
- Eh, ok, I can get me mum over to help ya.
- Hrmpf, ok, but you are not leaving until granny is here, got that?
- yes dear.


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05-11-2007, 01:12 AM
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The new NHL suits Nylander perfectly, itīs NOT all Jagrs presence that made him shine this year, heīs an offensive star on his own.

Few players are better at transporting the puck and keep puckposession.

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The new NHL suits Nylander perfectly, itīs NOT all Jagrs presence that made him shine this year, heīs an offensive star on his own.

Few players are better at transporting the puck and keep puckposession.
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The new NHL suits Nylander perfectly, itīs NOT all Jagrs presence that made him shine this year, heīs an offensive star on his own.

Few players are better at transporting the puck and keep puckposession.
Agreed. Nylander is one of the players the new NHL has helped the most.

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The new NHL suits Nylander perfectly, itīs NOT all Jagrs presence that made him shine this year, heīs an offensive star on his own.

Few players are better at transporting the puck and keep puckposession.
He is the sweedish Wayne Gretzky!

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He is the sweedish Wayne Gretzky!
Yikes, you owe me a new keyboard.
Just spluttered coffee all over this one.

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05-11-2007, 06:19 PM
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He is the sweedish Wayne Gretzky!
Cīmon, heīs easily better than Gretzky ever was!

Gretzky was hockeys equivalent to Babe Ruth, an old man with skinny girlish legs.


Bet I could take Wayne in a bareknuckled fight

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nylander can't leave he was the leading scorer in the playoff's and he is in my opinion one of the best on the blueshirts. He has a family, and most althletes make their decisions based on their family. I see him staying.

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