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With the acquisition of Jacob Trouba, the Rangers continued their busy off-season, which also saw the acquisition of Adam Fox from Carolina a month or so ago.

The trade starts Friday in Vancouver, and it sounds like there's more moves to come. When asked by Larry Brooks of the New York Post whether there was more to come, he replied "I hope so"

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Shattenkirk out with knee injury

Time To Sell!
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 12:28:36 PM - January 19, 2018

Per Steve Zipay at the Rangers practice, Kevin Shattenkirk is out indefinitely due to a torn meniscus is his knee and needs surgery. He must have played through the injury as he was on the ice for the Rangers game-winning goal last night against Buffalo. With Shattenkirk now joining Kreider (most likely done for the season with a blood clot), Marc Staal(who was skating today, and Hayes (just started back skating at practice in a non-contact jersey, the Rangers have called up Anthony DeAngelo on the defense and Dan Catenacci for the forward spot. Lias Andersson who was the Rangers #7 overall pick in this summers draft has been in New York getting rehab for a shoulder injury suffered at the Worl Jr's and has now been asigned to Hartford which will burn the first year of his 3 year ELC.

Without Shattenkirk and Kreider for maybe most of  the regular season, the reality is that the Rangers don't stand a very good chance at keeping the playoff spot they now hold with 3 teams within 3 points of knocking them out of post season play. The call-up of Anthony DeAngelo seems well overdue. Ths summers trade of Stepan and Rannta had DeAngelo as a "must have", but the coach chose Steve Kampfer over him. It's time to focus on next season. Get players into NHL games and see what is needed for next year. This past summer the Rangers organization changed most of the players in the AHL Hartford Wolfpack and compete well every game while getting pro experience and expertise from Hartford G.M. Chris Drury and the Hartford coaching staff.

The Rangers can bring up Filip Chytil and Lias Andersson up from the AHL around the NHL trade deadline and still have them to still be qualified as NHL rookies next season. The Rangers should sell off all parts of the team that they don't expect to be back next season and at least get some picks and prospects that will help in the near future. Most players that are rumoured to be on the move are Nash, Grabner, Desharnais, Holden are all UFA and can come back next season if they want and the Rangers see a future for them in Rangers Blue. So if the Rangers see that they don't have a team to compete for the Cup, it would be a no-brainer to make some moves and get some picks in a draft that has alot of top end talent. If the Rangers can get a top 7 draftpick, they will have a pick that will be playing in the NHL next season.

The Rangers brass shouldn't be fooled by beating the Flyers and Sabres, both close games against teams that are not playoff teams, they need to remember how they came out fresh and refreshed against the Islanders and Penguins who are playoff teams and lost by a combined 12-4. This team, every game comes out slow every period like they are waiting to see how the other team attacks and just tries to hold them off until they figure them out instead of already knowing how they play or playing their own game from the start and dictating how the game is played instead of reacting.

This next month will show how the Rangers think about their future. Do they hold on in a NHL year where once your in the playoffs, everyone has the same chance besides Tampa and Vegas who seem the strongest teams. 

LET'S GO RANGERS!!

 




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