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Either Josh Jooris (New York Daily News) or Dylan McIlrath are likely to find themselves on waivers when Pavel Buchnevich returns from back spasms.

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Anisimov went down against the Pens in the latest injury to the Rangers

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Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 12:54:58 PM - March 16, 2012

As the season starts to wind down, with the Rangers barely holding on to 1st place in the Eastern Conference, not only are the games getting tougher but the Rangers are now missing key players from the roster. The Rangers have been lucky so far this season with not many players being out for an extended time, except  for Staal at the start of the season and then Sauer. At the worst time of the year to have injuries, the Rangers are still down Sauer, but have also added Ryan Callahan, Michael DelZotto, and last night Artem Anisimov.

It is surprising to everyone in the NHL that the Rangers have done as well as they have this season as most publications had the Rangers fighting for one of the bottom two playoff spots. Well, the Rangers have played much better than expected to date. Brad Richards has blended into the Rangers fabric of teamwork well, even when his personal friend Sean Avery was sent away from the team. Richards is even working well with Marian Gaborik and Carl Hagelin (the biggest Rangers surprisse of the season) to make a very potent #1 scoring line. Brandon Dubinsky has been as big of a dissapointment as Hagelin has been a positive but hopefully his past performance in the playoffs is repeated. Derek Stepan has had a very strong year to date with Gaborik, but now has a new job centering the 2nd line that needs to help and get on the scoreboard for the secondary scoring needed by every team to succeed. Brandon Prust, Mike Rupp, Brian Boyle, and newly acquired John Scott do their job well in setting a physical pressence. On defense, it seems as if Marc Staal has fully recovered and is back with Dan Girardi  on the shutdown 1st pairing. McDonagh is showing why he was the key piece in the Gomez trade(besides getting rid of that huge contract of Gomez') and Anton Stralman makes a good puck moving 2nd pair. Michael Del Zotto and Stu Bickel (another nice surprise this season) seem to round out the top 6 but Steve Eminger seems to have never really recovered from his shoulder injury.

The KING is having a Vezina and Hart award winning season. Without him the Rangers WOULD be fighting for one of the last 2 playoff slots. Marty Biron has given the Rangers a great chance to win everytime he is between the pipes giving the Rangers a great 1-2 punch.

The addition of Mats Zuccarello has been added as a powerplay specialist and shootout sniper which could lead to an important point in the standings. The Rangers bringing up Tim Erixon seems like it would add fresh legs and puck moving to the back liners. The Rangers are hoping that Chris Kreider signs right after his college season ends, but the Rangers are at the max in NHL contracts. The Rangers will have to somehow lose an NHL contract through waivers, unconditional waivers, or some other way that Glen Sather can come up with. The Rangers are in a solid place for the playoffs this year, it is just where will they wind up at the end of the regular season as Pittsburgh clearly has the most talented team with Letang being the key player that came back against the Rangers besides the NHL's lovechild Crosby.




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