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06-27-2007, 12:22 AM
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Not even mentioning another 10 or so prospects who could potentially make the NHL. Lets give a big for our current pool of prospects and young players just 3 years (2 playoff seasons) into the rebuild!

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06-27-2007, 02:04 AM
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His coach in Lokomotiv northamerican Paul Gardner told the reporters that this kid (Anisimov) have great future in NHL

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06-27-2007, 02:32 AM
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His coach in Lokomotiv northamerican Paul Gardner told the reporters that this kid (Anisimov) have great future in NHL
Great report. I can't wait to see him this year in the RSL. He should definitely be getting top 2 line minutes after the performance he had in the playoffs.



If he can get 20-25 points in the season on the 2nd line then i'd call that a huge success toward his development.

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06-27-2007, 04:41 AM
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Great report. I can't wait to see him this year in the RSL. He should definitely be getting top 2 line minutes after the performance he had in the playoffs.



If he can get 20-25 points in the season on the 2nd line then i'd call that a huge success toward his development.
Except all the quotes in the media point to the Rangers bringing him over to play in the A.

Either way, I'm looking forward to seeing what he can do...

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06-27-2007, 05:48 AM
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Great report. I can't wait to see him this year in the RSL. He should definitely be getting top 2 line minutes after the performance he had in the playoffs.

If he can get 20-25 points in the season on the 2nd line then i'd call that a huge success toward his development.
Fly, when one stops and thinks about the last three drafts and the caliber of player we were able to get, one has to feel real good. Staal, Sauer, Cherepanov, Anisimov & Sanguinetti all should have been drafted much earlier. That is 5 first rounders in 3 drafts with only 3 first round picks at our disposal. Granted that it is still to be seen whether they turn out anywhere near where we all anticipate they will, but when you start to add into that mix, Bourett, Dubinsky, Dupont, Korpikoski, Callahan, Byers, Pyatt, Montoya and add into that mix the youngsters already playing significant roles on the NYRs and then those, like Baranka, Dawes, etc it is real easy to get excited about the prospects of this team in the very near future.

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06-27-2007, 08:54 AM
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the question is, will those prospects ever play?

I hear Nylander signed a 3 year deal... that's 3 more years that he takes a roster spot from dubinsky or anisimov

and everyone here wants gomez or drury.... well, that's one less roster spot for the prospects

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06-27-2007, 08:59 AM
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the question is, will those prospects ever play?

I hear Nylander signed a 3 year deal... that's 3 more years that he takes a roster spot from dubinsky or anisimov

and everyone here wants gomez or drury.... well, that's one less roster spot for the prospects
Well, Nylander is pretty much the 1st line center at the moment, and I don't think Dubinsky or Anisimov is close to taking that position, even if there was no one else.

I've been more concerned with the signing of another FA center and the impact it will have. Not so much a big deal if they signed for a few years...bigger deal because I think players will be looking for longterm security and demanding deals of 4+ years.

Personally, if they sign another center along with Nylander, I'd like to see Dubinsky take the 3rd line spot from Cullen, who either moves to wing or is traded. Then...who knows what happens with Anisimov. I feel like he'll need at least 1 year in the AHL or something like that before he's ready (if he becomes ready), and who knows if that will be this year, in two years, etc.

So, Nylander signed for 3 years and then is gone in time for guys like Dubinsky or Anisimov to make their move to a top six position?

Could work out that way...

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I like that write-up, but (barring certain circumstances, ala '06-07 Sabres) a center capable of 75 points is not an above-average second line center, that's a no. 1 center... or the best second line center in the NHL. From what I've gathered, he's on the road to becoming a more complete Olli Jokinen.

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Congrats! He's officially under contract. $850,000 per year, no bonuses.

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Congrats! He's officially under contract. $850,000 per year, no bonuses.
Where did you hear this? Great news, if it's true.

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Congrats! He's officially under contract. $850,000 per year, no bonuses.
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Congrats! He's officially under contract. $850,000 per year, no bonuses.
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Not another website, not some rumor on the Internet - it's the same place I get all of my info on this kind of stuff (and the one I eventually tie all my salary and cap info to) ... an official NHL file.

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If signed, the question now is are the Rangers trying to get him to suit up now, or is this just to get him under contract and let him go back to the RSL for another year

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Not another website, not some rumor on the Internet - it's the same place I get all of my info on this kind of stuff (and the one I eventually tie all my salary and cap info to) ... an official NHL file.

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Congrats! He's officially under contract. $850,000 per year, no bonuses.
In light of recent events, i feel my previous concerns with regard to his place in the organization are all the more pertinent.

it seems like ranger management is running two teams-- hartford and the rangers--with the philosiphy that both teams need to be as good as possible, with as little to do with each other as possible.

how else they could stock up a system full of talent (the 6th best system in the NHL actually) and yet continue to make questionable signings (cullen and gomez being the most questionable in my mind)

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IMHO

THIS is the best signing of the offseason.

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IMHO

THIS is the best signing of the offseason.
bar none

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awww yeah!

i know i (amongst others) am really high on him, but i can't help get excited when we have a tall, lanky, russian center almost ready to come over..

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This would be excellent as Anisimov has a lot of potential. Could be a first line player.

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I have this crazy idea/hunch that Cullen ends up being traded and Anisimov is put in as the third line center.

Not going to happen, but I did say it was crazy

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I have this crazy idea/hunch that Cullen ends up being traded and Anisimov is put in as the third line center.

Not going to happen, but I did say it was crazy
Artem is at least a full year in the minors away. MINIMUM.


Dubinsky would be given first shot.

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I know, which is why I said it was crazy.



CRAZY!

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Not another website, not some rumor on the Internet - it's the same place I get all of my info on this kind of stuff (and the one I eventually tie all my salary and cap info to) ... an official NHL file.
On another related topic,is Marc Staal's cap # $826,667 or $855,000?In the old excel files it was $855,000 and on the new site it's $826,667.The Sauer cap #'s are also different

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