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03-02-2009, 02:48 PM
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Who would you give up our 1st rounder for?

People may disagree but I would consider moving this pick if it got a young solid player

picks are being thrown around like crazy with the Schneider deal giving a 2nd and 3rd for example

I would give up the 1st for Frolov.......would you and if not for who if anyone?

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For nothing short of Ovechkin, Malkin, Parise, etc.

But that's just me.

The Rangers can draft a real special player in the 1st round in this upcoming draft

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People may disagree but I would consider moving this pick if it got a young solid player

picks are being thrown around like crazy with the Schneider deal giving a 2nd and 3rd for example

I would give up the 1st for Frolov.......would you and if not for who if anyone?
Nobody that another team would trade. Figure this first round pick you hope will make the NHL in about 3-4 years. About then you will have bigger contracts either coming off the book or close to it. Need a replacement.

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kovalchuk, bouwmeester

that's all i can think of

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For nothing short of Ovechkin, Malkin, Parise, etc.

But that's just me.

The Rangers can draft a real special player in the 1st round in this upcoming draft
Your not getting A.O or Malkin for the Rangers first round pick the next 3 years.

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I think the cap issues have for the foreseeable future make their first round pick close to untouchable. Even more so with loss of Cherepanov.

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kovalchuk, bouwmeester

that's all i can think of
Ditto. Maybe, MAYBE, Gaborik

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As part of a package for a 30+ goal scoring winger under the age of 27 who is locked into a sub 4.5 mil salary for the next few years.

Other than that, the slim possibility of getting a steal in the middle of the round is worth more to me than some rental or average NHLer.

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Your not getting A.O or Malkin for the Rangers first round pick the next 3 years.
Well obviously.

Bottom line is I don't want to give it up for anything

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Ditto. Maybe, MAYBE, Gaborik
Not for a UFA.

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Frolov was the only halfway realistic one I thought of

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clowe, franzen, frolov

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To dump Gomez's salary.

But yeh, like Trxjw says, young 30+ we can depend on for a while or I'd rather just take a chance in the draft.

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As part of a package for a 30+ goal scoring winger under the age of 27 who is locked into a sub 4.5 mil salary for the next few years.

Other than that, the slim possibility of getting a steal in the middle of the round is worth more to me than some rental or average NHLer.
This.

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Not for a UFA.
I guess that would be a move more likely to pay off for a team running for the cup. Still, its a pretty decent UFA.

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I guess that would be a move more likely to pay off for a team running for the cup. Still, its a pretty decent UFA.
And one the Rangers likely can't afford under the cap.

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All the players I would want for a 1st rounder are either unobtainable or unaffordable. If anything, maybe Slats should consider trying to move up in the draft to see if he can find a player that is NHL ready next year to take the place of Cherepanov.

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And one the Rangers likely can't afford under the cap.
Though to be fair, if paired with a larger contract like Gomez's, the cap clearance should be enough to re-sign Gaborik. Though one could argue Gomez for 5 years + the next few months is better than Gaborik for a few months.

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And one the Rangers likely can't afford under the cap.
Under our current situation yes. Im still not ruling out a possible deal involving either Roszival or Gomez.

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How about we view it this way......Flames gave a late 1st for Cammalari and now he will be a UFA...............Rangers could do the same for Frolov..........and use Dawes as an immediate asset and even a guy like Sauer and Potter

would be a good deal for LA I would think and it would give the Rangers another Russian to go with Zherdev and Grachev and Anisimov are on the way

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For nothing short of Ovechkin, Malkin, Parise, etc.

But that's just me.

The Rangers can draft a real special player in the 1st round in this upcoming draft
That's a bit far fetched, don't you think? I could name 20 other guys I'd deal a 1st rounder for, easy.

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How about we view it this way......Flames gave a late 1st for Cammalari and now he will be a UFA...............Rangers could do the same for Frolov..........and use Dawes as an immediate asset and even a guy like Sauer and Potter

would be a good deal for LA I would think and it would give the Rangers another Russian to go with Zherdev and Grachev and Anisimov are on the way
It would be extremely unwise to trade Sauer. A kid the organization was going to draft if Staal was not available. You are not giving him enough credit.

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I would rather hold onto this years 1st rounder. The Rangers are missing a goal scorer. There are plenty of those in the first round this season.

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It would be extremely unwise to trade Sauer. A kid the organization was going to draft if Staal was not available. You are not giving him enough credit.
You are likely right and I do hope they hold on to him. Reason why I mention him is I think other teams will see the value as well

This is a real tough deadline cause they will want to not mortgage the future but u want to get in and if they get in with a new system under Torts and a strong Henrik they could do some damange.

I don't think they can go all the way but an upset here and there maybe

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I would rather hold onto this years 1st rounder. The Rangers are missing a goal scorer. There are plenty of those in the first round this season.
Plenty? How many 1st round picks from the upcoming draft are going to score 30 goals in the NHL in 2010? Probably not plenty.

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