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01-11-2012, 12:14 PM
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Christensen accepts conditioning assignment

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#NYR Erik Christensen headed to Philly today to meet CT Whale; has accepted conditioning stint

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Christensen accepts conditioning stint

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#NYR Erik Christensen headed to Philly today to meet CT Whale; has accepted conditioning stint
https://twitter.com/#!/KatieStrangES...63161852719105

Sean Avery's good friend.

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I think I beat you by about 3 seconds. LOL.

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Will still count against the cap, won't count against CT Whale veteran limit. A good move for EC and the Rangers. Hopefully he can put up some points and maybe raise his value as a throw in come the deadline.

Good for EC to accept the stint as well. Hope he and Avery don't clash too hard

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01-11-2012, 12:18 PM
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I hope he just helps the Whale win some games.

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I hope he just helps the Whale win some games.
Me too...
Good move

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I just hope he helps the Whalepack win a few games.

And then stays their permanently.

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I hope he plays well enough to become some sort of trade bait and we can ship him somewhere.

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#NYR Christensen will travel with Whale to Norfolk; said he's excited about playing hockey again. Been a tough stretch for him mentally
https://twitter.com/#!/KatieStrangES...64839628836864

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Christensen accepts conditioning assignment to Connecticut (AHL). Leaving today. Asked yesterday. Excited to play.
https://twitter.com/#!/AGrossRecord/...65373521801216

Wolski was probably also asked.

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Conditioning stints are 14 days

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13.8 Conditioning Loan. Unless a Player consents, he shall not be Loaned on a
Condit ioning Loan to a minor league club. Such Conditioning Loan shall not extend for
more than fourteen (14) consecutive days. The Commissioner may take whatever steps
he deems necessary to investigate the circumstances under which a Player is Loaned on a
Condit ioning Loan. If the Commissioner has reason to believe or determines that the
Club has used the Conditioning Loan to evade the Re-Entry Waivers, or otherwise
Circumvent any provision of this Agreement, he may take such disciplinary action
against the Club, as he deems appropriate. The Player shall continue, during the period
of such Conditioning Loan, to receive the same Paragraph 1 NHL Salary, and be entitled
to the same benefits, that he would have received had he continued to play with the Club.

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The Whale have 5 games in that 14 day period.

http://www.ctwhale.com/schedule/?act[v]=graphical&frm[d]=2012-01-01

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So are we to take this as Wolski said no to being sent down?

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So are we to take this as Wolski said no to being sent down?
That or he wasn't asked. They might want to keep him close in case of injuries. They might even want to give him a look, though Torts' statements suggest otherwise.

Edit: Latest news on Dubi probably confirms W's here as insurance.


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So are we to take this as Wolski said no to being sent down?
Im taking it as I dont know if dubi is going tomorrow, wolski is currently skating in his spot in practice. IDK if its a maintanence day or not, but dubi not on the ice.

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Im taking it as I dont know if dubi is going tomorrow, wolski is currently skating in his spot in practice. IDK if its a maintanence day or not, but dubi not on the ice.
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Torts says Dubinsky (right shoulder) is sore, he will be a game-time decision tomorrow.

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Tortorella says he's spoken to Wojtek Wolski about conditioning stint, but "he's still in discussion with his people" regarding consent
https://twitter.com/#!/NYDNRangers/s...69209535766529

WW may play tomorrow night

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Torts adds that Wolksi "will play" IF Dubinsky is unable to tomorrow
https://twitter.com/#!/thenyrangers/...69331443216384

#17 has a sore shoulder from last night

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Good move here. Erik can play, maybe get his confidence back against "lower" competition and show some guys what he´s capable of (maybe a trade is coming). Also helps the whale because Hagelin, Mitchell are in NY and Kolarik and Zuccarello still injured.

When Dubi is 100% again I think WW will also be send down. Would be also a good move.

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Avery/Christensen/Voros

Dream line.

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Avery/Christensen/Voros

Dream line.
Voros is on the Whale? LOL When did that happen?

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Voros is on the Whale? LOL When did that happen?
Shortly before Avery was called up the first time, he was an in-season acquisition. He's a great guy to have on the Whale, he has NHL experience, he's willing to stick up for his teammates, and he seems to be a really well-liked guy among players.

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Shortly before Avery was called up the first time, he was an in-season acquisition. He's a great guy to have on the Whale, he has NHL experience, he's willing to stick up for his teammates, and he seems to be a really well-liked guy among players.
Really like Voros as a Ranger. Very easy player to root for and his teammates liked him a lot. It sucks that he isn't a good player cause he's a very good person. Having him on the Whale is good. He can teach the guys a lot about the NHL and what it takes to get to that level.

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smart move on EC's part and I think wolski should do the same...getting into some games down there and playing well is probably his best chance to get into a nhl lineup this year, whether it be with the rangers or another club.

and dubi might be sore but he looked fine after returning last night so i'd be surprised if he couldn't go tomorrow.

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and dubi might be sore but he looked fine after returning last night so i'd be surprised if he couldn't go tomorrow.
Dubinsky did not look fine. He couldn't shoot the puck. If the shootout went longer, we probably would of seen Stu Bickel before Brandon. If Dubinsky is only playing with 1 arm, he should sit.

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Voros is on the Whale? LOL When did that happen?
He has twice signed a PTO--professional tryout--to play with the Whale this season. If memory serves, he asked Sather for a shot with the Whale in the hopes that he could land an NHL deal somewhere.

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