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09-23-2008, 04:31 PM
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Break Out Candidates

After watching the 1st 2 games im going to give a list of break out players for the rangers this year that may/may not make the roster.

nedved-- if he skates the way he did last night then oo baby im excited
parenteau-- why hasnt he come up yet. this kid showed me he wants it bad.
korpokowski (korpedo)-- he should make the team. 100%
potter-- i would think he beats out kalinin
animisov-- move dubinsky to the 2nd line as a winger. take this kid for 3rd line center

that's what i think it should be

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09-23-2008, 04:35 PM
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After watching the 1st 2 games im going to give a list of break out players for the rangers this year that may/may not make the roster.

nedved-- if he skates the way he did last night then oo baby im excited
parenteau-- why hasnt he come up yet. this kid showed me he wants it bad.
korpokowski (korpedo)-- he should make the team. 100%
potter-- i would think he beats out kalinin
animisov-- move dubinsky to the 2nd line as a winger. take this kid for 3rd line center

that's what i think it should be
Sjostrom is going to score 40 goals this year. Watch.

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09-23-2008, 04:40 PM
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Sjostrom is going to score 40 goals this year. Watch.

Wow. That's quite the prediction there.

I'm gonna say Dubinsky scores 25-35-60.

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09-23-2008, 04:40 PM
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The hype surrounding Anisimov is very overblown in my opinion.

He is not ready, especially on the offensive end.

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The hype surrounding Anisimov is very overblown in my opinion.

He is not ready, especially on the offensive end.
but he is ready, he's just not strong enough

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Why do you want to move Dubi... he is a center, only played center, has only been a center. what makes you think he can move to wing so easily. Especially for Anisimov who hasn't played in a real NHL game yet, and by all accounts isn't ready.

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I agree with everything except Anisimov. I see nothing wrong with letting him go to the Pack, he is still very young.
As far as Rangers who can have breakout years:

Zherdev
Prucha
Dubinsky
Dawes
Staal

Those are the guys I think can take thier game to the next levels. Petr Prucha I am saying returning to 30-35 goals and 50-55 pts.

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Sjostrom is going to score 40 goals this year. Watch.

I will personally buy you a year's supply of beer if this happens


I'm gonna go with Staal. Better offensive numbers this year and by years end he will be shutting down the leagues elite forwards.

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09-23-2008, 04:47 PM
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well i was just saying the ppl who are on the bubble for a roster spot.

and id move dubi to 2nd line b/c he's our best option there. honestly id move korpikowski there but he's too young(i konw dubinsky was on line 1 last year but he had jagr). animisov i would think should atleast come up at some point but the reason i said him as center is b/c fritsche hasnt impressed, i dont want betts as our 3rd line center, maybe rissmiller but id rather see animisov.

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Fritsche for a 20-20 season

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but he is ready, he's just not strong enough
Thats quite a contradiction.

I doubt you'll see him play an NHL game anytime in the near future.

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09-23-2008, 04:53 PM
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I will personally buy you a year's supply of beer if this happens


I'm gonna go with Staal. Better offensive numbers this year and by years end he will be shutting down the leagues elite forwards.
I'm gonna hold you to that! But in reality, I predict that Dawes will score about 20-25 goals this year, and if Callahan stays healthy he should put up around 40-45 points.

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09-23-2008, 04:58 PM
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parenteau- if he makes the rangers i would expect around 50 points....reasonably

callahan- people here either think he has the skill to be a second liner or a 4th liner....this season i see him putting up 15-20 goals and 15-20 assists if he stays healthy....

dubinsky- dependng on where he plays i think he could go for about 55-60 points this season....

dawes- 55 points would be a good start

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09-23-2008, 05:01 PM
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parenteau- if he makes the rangers i would expect around 50 points....reasonably

callahan- people here either think he has the skill to be a second liner or a 4th liner....this season i see him putting up 15-20 goals and 15-20 assists if he stays healthy....

dubinsky- dependng on where he plays i think he could go for about 55-60 points this season....

dawes- 55 points would be a good start
Dubinsky pots 55-60 points and P.A.P. puts up 50 if he makes the team??

IF P.A.P. makes the team, there is a better chance that I'll put up 50 points than there is for him to do. He's a solid player, but there is no way he puts up 50. Especially if you don't even know where he'd fit. I guess on the 4th line.

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Not a single rook is going to make the team and guys like Prucha, Sjostrom are going to tank...I totally expect Dubinsky to be the Rangerrs best forward this year, but not really sure if that expectation qualifies as a break-out...

But guys that might do really better then people have come to expect..Hmmm...I'm gonna say CALLAHAN..

he has had big problems finding the net but his effort, skating and physical play is only equaled by Dubinsky..If Cally can get going and score a few goals, get his confidence up, he might be able to get 20-25 playing with Dubinsky (even if I want Dubinsky playing 2nd C!)

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Dubinsky pots 55-60 points and P.A.P. puts up 50 if he makes the team??

IF P.A.P. makes the team, there is a better chance that I'll put up 50 points than there is for him to do. He's a solid player, but there is no way he puts up 50. Especially if you don't even know where he'd fit. I guess on the 4th line.
see the thing with PA is that he isnt a 4th liner....he is an offensive player....he would need to be on one of the top-3 lines.....

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09-23-2008, 05:08 PM
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see the thing with PA is that he isnt a 4th liner....he is an offensive player....he would need to be on one of the top-3 lines.....
I know what you mean. But on this team or any other for that matter, there is no chance that he puts up 50 points.

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parenteau- if he makes the rangers i would expect around 50 points....reasonably

callahan- people here either think he has the skill to be a second liner or a 4th liner....this season i see him putting up 15-20 goals and 15-20 assists if he stays healthy....

dubinsky- dependng on where he plays i think he could go for about 55-60 points this season....

dawes- 55 points would be a good start
Oh man, I almost spit up my drink regarding what you said about Parenteau.

1. I dont think hes making this team....just too much depth
2. If he could score 50 points in the NHL, he would certainly be on the team.

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Oh man, I almost spit up my drink regarding what you said about Parenteau.

1. I dont think hes making this team....just too much depth
2. If he could score 50 points in the NHL, he would certainly be on the team.
why?.....i really want to ask people why it is impossible for a player like parenteau to do so....the guy is an offensive machine........the reason he hasnt been kept in the nhl is his defensive play and, IMO, the rangers can give up a little defense froma winger to hopefully get some more offense out of their third line....

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why?.....i really want to ask people why it is impossible for a player like parenteau to do so....the guy is an offensive machine........the reason he hasnt been kept in the nhl is his defensive play and, IMO, the rangers can give up a little defense froma winger to hopefully get some more offense out of their third line....
Let's be real here. Following that logic, Jessiman should put up 30 points if he makes the team. OK, maybe 25 lol.

Perhaps it was a bad example. But PAP isn't putting up 50 points, no matter where he plays. He's unproven.

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Based on last night's play, I would expect Potter to grab Kalinin's spot by December. Still think Potter needs a little bit more time but if he's playing well, I (unfortunately) think it will be hard justifying keeping Kalinin around if he continues to look like Malik 2.0.

That said, I hope I'm wrong about Kalinin and I very well could be since there were a lot of "if's" in that reasoning based on one game...

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Based on last night's play, I would expect Potter to grab Kalinin's spot by December. Still think Potter needs a little bit more time but if he's playing well, I (unfortunately) think it will be hard justifying keeping Kalinin around if he continues to look like Malik 2.0.

That said, I hope I'm wrong about Kalinin and I very well could be since there were a lot of "if's" in that reasoning based on one game...
I dunno, I wouldn't mind Potter progressing to the point of being our #6 Dman. It'll surely help sort out the bottom-2 Dmen for the next season.

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Based on last night's play, I would expect Potter to grab Kalinin's spot by December. Still think Potter needs a little bit more time but if he's playing well, I (unfortunately) think it will be hard justifying keeping Kalinin around if he continues to look like Malik 2.0.

That said, I hope I'm wrong about Kalinin and I very well could be since there were a lot of "if's" in that reasoning based on one game...
My hopes for Kalinin going into the season is that he largely remains unnoticeable on the ice, I know, very high hopes. Basically I'll accept not doing anything positive so long as he doesn't make any glaring mistakes which we end up paying for. This is why I have to agree with you that Potter has a real chance of taking Kalinin's roster spot.

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Dubinsky or Zherdev. I think getting Dubinsky away from Jagr could help his development because he will not always be defaulting to Jagr. Zherdev is now surrounded by better players, which may equal breakout.

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