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Chytil's Contract Slides - Do you move him down?
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Steady Eddie
Posted 2018-10-19 6:41 AM (#711784)
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Good article by Brooks today, on the possibility of moving Chytil down to Hartford before his 10 games this year. Do you do it?

https://nypost.com/2018/10/18/domino-moves-rangers-should-make-as-fi...
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Mikey Red
Posted 2018-10-19 6:54 AM (#711786 - in reply to #711784)
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Probabaly the right move to send him to Hartford...He is only 19 ...We don't have any elite players that could help shield him
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Posted 2018-10-19 7:00 AM (#711787 - in reply to #711784)
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Funny, I was going to post similar thread. Chytil should absolutely move down and get top line minutes. Bring up Lias for 9 games and see how he does and send him back too regardless of how well he plays.
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Posted 2018-10-19 7:19 AM (#711789 - in reply to #711784)
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I don't see the need; he's got twice as many points as Casey Mittelstadt
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Posted 2018-10-19 7:55 AM (#711790 - in reply to #711784)
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Down. He has no intangibles to his game. He needs to figure out how to get some. Bring Andersson up. He can help you all sorts of ways.
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Posted 2018-10-19 8:08 AM (#711791 - in reply to #711784)
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Down leave him there with Andersson. Don't burn the contract year for either player. Next year is soon enough to add both players after what should be successful AHL stints this year.
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Posted 2018-10-19 8:39 AM (#711792 - in reply to #711784)
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I don't care about contract years if the kid can come up and contribute to wins. Some of us have said for a while that Chytil doesn't do anything to impress. If he isn't scoring, the rest of his game is pretty much useless right now. Kid will probably go out and score 2 goals on Sunday now. LOL
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Posted 2018-10-19 9:11 AM (#711793 - in reply to #711784)
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The extra year under contract down the road, if both are kept in Hartford, will far outweigh any personal minimal contribution they might make in the NHL this year. Bring them up when there is no doubt, not when the Rangers think they are ready. They both have obvious skill sets that show NHL talent, possibly above average, but its not a race to get them to the NHL, only to struggle finding their way, Rangers have been there done that with both of them already, its more important to get them to the NHL when they are above average Hartford graduates. And again for the geniuses that think scoring points is the be all to end all, its only part of the equation. Andersson and Chytil can work on a lot of skills in Hartford playing in a league allowing plenty of practice time, with input from Quinn. Instead of on a NHL team that plays so many games, that it’s practices have a different focus and are time limited for individual improvement. They need to play big minutes in all situations, have success, collectively and individually, and become men in Hartford, which neither are yet..

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Posted 2018-10-19 9:54 AM (#711794 - in reply to #711784)
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With no Shattenkirk or Claesson (presumed maintenance), here’s #NYR practice: Kreider-Zibanejad-Fast, Chytil-Hayes-Zuccarello, Vesey-Howden-Namestnikov, Buchnevich-Spooner-Lettieri.
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Posted 2018-10-19 2:19 PM (#711796 - in reply to #711784)
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Send him to Hartford - he is overmatched.
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Posted 2018-10-19 3:13 PM (#711797 - in reply to #711784)
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Send him down , he's only 19.

Let him gain confidence by playing more minutes.

Kid's gonna be good
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Posted 2018-10-19 4:24 PM (#711798 - in reply to #711784)
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I'd send him down as well. You can see flashes from him but no consistency at all. He still needs to learn the game more completely. You know he's going to make it eventually, numbnuts is already declaring his demise.

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PV29
Posted 2018-10-19 6:28 PM (#711801 - in reply to #711784)
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Sink or swim, keep him here. This season is supposed to be about building for the future. So build.

Unfortunately the kid seems tentative ever since he's gotten his bell rung a couple of times. Welcome to the NHL. He's not going to adjust to the speed and physicality of the NHL, and get over the initial fear of getting hit hard again, by going down. In fact, sending him down now before he's had a chance to adjust might make things worse.

Also, he needs to shoot more. Being on a line with the Passitis Brothers (Hayes and Frodo) means he needs to be the guy who actually shoots.
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Posted 2018-10-21 8:04 AM (#711814 - in reply to #711801)
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PV29 - 2018-10-19 8:28 PM

Sink or swim, keep him here. This season is supposed to be about building for the future. So build.

Unfortunately the kid seems tentative ever since he's gotten his bell rung a couple of times. Welcome to the NHL. He's not going to adjust to the speed and physicality of the NHL, and get over the initial fear of getting hit hard again, by going down. In fact, sending him down now before he's had a chance to adjust might make things worse.

Also, he needs to shoot more. Being on a line with the Passitis Brothers (Hayes and Frodo) means he needs to be the guy who actually shoots.


100% disagree. He should go down. We should not burn a year on his contract, neither for Lias. We should be negotiating them as RFA's as late as possible. At that time we're hoping Rangers are competing for playoffs. This year should not be about winning. We should be rotating the kids between the AHL and NHL. All of them. Also give some long timer AHLers some time on the forth line up here. So far this season has been perfect and entertaining. Rangers have been in every game, most are showing effort we want to see yet still have a bad record which is what we want for this year's draft. Plus it looks like the Wolfpack are going to have a good year. Get these young kids used to a culture of winning vs. a culture of losing in the big show.

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Posted 2018-10-22 8:34 PM (#711908 - in reply to #711784)
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I have voted Yes he stays.This kid needs time and he will learn NHL here or he will join Pavel Brendl.

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Mikey Red
Posted 2018-10-23 6:28 AM (#711909 - in reply to #711908)
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Blue404 - 2018-10-22 10:34 PM

I have voted Yes he stays.This kid needs time and he will learn NHL here or he will join Pavel Brendl.

It sounds like he is staying ...Blue your vote may have saved him
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Posted 2018-10-24 10:47 PM (#712168 - in reply to #711784)
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He looks like he’s on the verge of breaking through and start some scoring. But I still don’t think he’s going to come to any harm in Hartford hopefully becoming a dominant and consistent player at that level.
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Posted 2018-10-25 7:13 AM (#712174 - in reply to #711784)
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He and his linemates are shooting at something like 4% when he's on the ice. NHL average is just under 10%. So because it's only been 9 games, he's been a little snake bit as far as point production is concerned. When you dig a little deeper and look at things like shot generation, he's actually been one of the better forwards at getting shot chances for himself and his teammates.

Sure there are things to learn in the AHL but to be perfectly honest, Chytil needs to do one thing well and that's score. In that regard he has nothing left to learn or prove at the AHL level. Sure he could round out his game a bit, but you didn't draft him to turn him into a two way center. That's a strategy that would work better for guys like Andersson and Howden. Chytil needs to play and learn against NHL goaltending and defense in order to have success, so unless he's overwhelmed at this level (and he's not) he should stay.

All the better that it's a rebuilding year and he'll get a little more latitude for making mistakes, bad decisions, and bad reads. Those will happen, I'd rather it happen in a year where it improves draft position and the games don't really matter.

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Posted 2018-10-25 7:38 AM (#712175 - in reply to #711784)
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Posted 2018-10-25 9:18 AM (#712182 - in reply to #711784)
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Show me where Chytil has proven anything scoring wise at the lower levels of pro hockey since he was drafted. For the unenlightened the vast majority of kids drafted have produced a lot of offense up to that point in time. Unfortunately for many their development can't take the next step and they need some nurturing to do what they have always done at lower levels, excell scoring and for the most part playing in all situations. Even then most can't do it. Chytil like Andersson would be well served to do that in Hartford until all doubt is removed that they are ready to TRY the NHL. It doesn't guarantee success at the NHL level it just means he's excelled where he is and the NHL is the next level. Many many successful AHL players can't translate their success to the NHl level and become AHL lifers. And its no gimme Chytil and Andersson will make the successful jump to the NHL even after succeeding in Hartford.
He put up pitiful numbers in the Check League, so he wasn't polishing his offense there. His AHL numbers were promising for a kid his age and indicative he could possibly put up elite AHL numbers this season and continue to round his game. Once both of them put together a more complete and successful body of AHL work the Rangers can start promoting. Right now Chytil's present pace which is struggle to score is totally expected. The kid should be in Hartford with Andersson showing they can score at least at a top line player level and play a two way game, doing all the little things you have to be able to do to not just play but thrive in the NHL. He's got a lot of learning to do, same as Andersson.
What the Rangers are doing to Chytil is force feeding him. It may pay off or it might not. Welcome to Garry's NHL development league where kids now play because they are not ready, but are cheap and have talent.


http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=196744

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Mikey Red
Posted 2018-10-25 9:22 AM (#712183 - in reply to #712182)
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Show me where Chytil has proven anything scoring wise at the lower levels of pro hockey since he was drafted. For the unenlightened the vast majority of kids drafted have produced a lot of offense up to that point in time. Unfortunately for many their development can't take the next step and they need some nurturing do what they have always done at lower levels, excell scoring and for the most part playing in all situations at the pro level. Even then most can't do it. Chytil like Andersson would be well served to do that in Hartford until all doubt is removed that they are ready to TRY the NHL. It doesn't guarantee success at the NHL level it just means he's excelled where he is and the NHL is the next level. Many many successful AHL players can't translate their success to the NHl level and become AHL lifers. And its no gimme Chytil and Andersson will make the successful jump to the NHL even after succeeding in Hartford.
He put up pitiful numbers in the Check League, so he wasn't polishing his offense there. His AHL numbers were promising for a kid his age and indicative he could possibly put up elite AHL numbers this season and continue to round his game. Once both of them put together a more complete and successful body of AHL work the Rangers can start promoting. Right now Chytil's present pace which is struggle to score is totally expected. The kid should be in Hartford with Andersson showing they can score at least at a top line player level and play a two way game, doing all the little things you have to be able to do to not just play but thrive in the NHL. He's got a lot of learning to do, same as Andersson.
What the Rangers are doing to Chytil is force feeding him. It may pay off or it might not. Welcome to Garry's NHL development league where kids now play because they are not ready, but are cheap and have talent.


http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=196744

Yep and start drafting more Howdens, Lindgrens and Crawleys...then a Hijak....not 25 Euros then a NA kid
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Posted 2018-10-25 3:32 PM (#712193 - in reply to #712182)
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Show me where Chytil has proven anything scoring wise at the lower levels of pro hockey since he was drafted. For the unenlightened the vast majority of kids drafted have produced a lot of offense up to that point in time. Unfortunately for many their development can't take the next step and they need some nurturing to do what they have always done at lower levels, excell scoring and for the most part playing in all situations. Even then most can't do it. Chytil like Andersson would be well served to do that in Hartford until all doubt is removed that they are ready to TRY the NHL. It doesn't guarantee success at the NHL level it just means he's excelled where he is and the NHL is the next level. Many many successful AHL players can't translate their success to the NHl level and become AHL lifers. And its no gimme Chytil and Andersson will make the successful jump to the NHL even after succeeding in Hartford.
He put up pitiful numbers in the Check League, so he wasn't polishing his offense there. His AHL numbers were promising for a kid his age and indicative he could possibly put up elite AHL numbers this season and continue to round his game. Once both of them put together a more complete and successful body of AHL work the Rangers can start promoting. Right now Chytil's present pace which is struggle to score is totally expected. The kid should be in Hartford with Andersson showing they can score at least at a top line player level and play a two way game, doing all the little things you have to be able to do to not just play but thrive in the NHL. He's got a lot of learning to do, same as Andersson.
What the Rangers are doing to Chytil is force feeding him. It may pay off or it might not. Welcome to Garry's NHL development league where kids now play because they are not ready, but are cheap and have talent.


http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=196744


If you demote Chytil, who do you promote then, and why?

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Posted 2018-10-25 4:21 PM (#712195 - in reply to #712193)
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Show me where Chytil has proven anything scoring wise at the lower levels of pro hockey since he was drafted. For the unenlightened the vast majority of kids drafted have produced a lot of offense up to that point in time. Unfortunately for many their development can't take the next step and they need some nurturing to do what they have always done at lower levels, excell scoring and for the most part playing in all situations. Even then most can't do it. Chytil like Andersson would be well served to do that in Hartford until all doubt is removed that they are ready to TRY the NHL. It doesn't guarantee success at the NHL level it just means he's excelled where he is and the NHL is the next level. Many many successful AHL players can't translate their success to the NHl level and become AHL lifers. And its no gimme Chytil and Andersson will make the successful jump to the NHL even after succeeding in Hartford.
He put up pitiful numbers in the Check League, so he wasn't polishing his offense there. His AHL numbers were promising for a kid his age and indicative he could possibly put up elite AHL numbers this season and continue to round his game. Once both of them put together a more complete and successful body of AHL work the Rangers can start promoting. Right now Chytil's present pace which is struggle to score is totally expected. The kid should be in Hartford with Andersson showing they can score at least at a top line player level and play a two way game, doing all the little things you have to be able to do to not just play but thrive in the NHL. He's got a lot of learning to do, same as Andersson.
What the Rangers are doing to Chytil is force feeding him. It may pay off or it might not. Welcome to Garry's NHL development league where kids now play because they are not ready, but are cheap and have talent.


http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=196744


If you demote Chytil, who do you promote then, and why?



Bring up a different kid every month. Even some of the older players. See what they got in NHL practice and some games. Would love to see what Meskanen, Lindqvist or Gettinger can do. I think Fogarty or Schneider would be serviceable 4th liners if needed.
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Posted 2018-10-25 5:05 PM (#712196 - in reply to #712193)
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Rranger - 2018-10-25 10:18 AM

Show me where Chytil has proven anything scoring wise at the lower levels of pro hockey since he was drafted. For the unenlightened the vast majority of kids drafted have produced a lot of offense up to that point in time. Unfortunately for many their development can't take the next step and they need some nurturing to do what they have always done at lower levels, excell scoring and for the most part playing in all situations. Even then most can't do it. Chytil like Andersson would be well served to do that in Hartford until all doubt is removed that they are ready to TRY the NHL. It doesn't guarantee success at the NHL level it just means he's excelled where he is and the NHL is the next level. Many many successful AHL players can't translate their success to the NHl level and become AHL lifers. And its no gimme Chytil and Andersson will make the successful jump to the NHL even after succeeding in Hartford.
He put up pitiful numbers in the Check League, so he wasn't polishing his offense there. His AHL numbers were promising for a kid his age and indicative he could possibly put up elite AHL numbers this season and continue to round his game. Once both of them put together a more complete and successful body of AHL work the Rangers can start promoting. Right now Chytil's present pace which is struggle to score is totally expected. The kid should be in Hartford with Andersson showing they can score at least at a top line player level and play a two way game, doing all the little things you have to be able to do to not just play but thrive in the NHL. He's got a lot of learning to do, same as Andersson.
What the Rangers are doing to Chytil is force feeding him. It may pay off or it might not. Welcome to Garry's NHL development league where kids now play because they are not ready, but are cheap and have talent.


http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=196744


If you demote Chytil, who do you promote then, and why?




Sending Chytil down is about doing what is best for him not who replaces him. Nieves and Belesky can both play to fill a spot, Belesky would probably be a bigger help than a couple or three already on the team. All the Ranger brass babbling has been about Chytil possibly becoming a number one center, and they now have him on the wing because number four center minutes are not enough for him and that’s what he is right now. So they move him to the wing to try to move him up the lineup where he hasn’t done much.
Everyone who watches him sees some flashes of raw ability but he’s still fighting it. In my opinion having both him and Andersson in Hartford for the wasted year the Rangers are going to have would make them better players next season. And it gains the Rangers a better return on their investment as both should be better players next season and the Rangers gain a extra contract year down the road before free agency. Having those two on the Rangers present team struggling for respectability, while those two struggle is stupid, no other word for it. I have little doubt he and Andersson would have good years in Hartford and would be a lot better and more well rounded players next season. Add Hajek and Lindgren to Andersson and Chytil as four AHL seasoned grads next fall and that's a pretty impressive possible scenario next season.

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Posted 2018-10-26 9:27 AM (#712403 - in reply to #712196)
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Sending Chytil down is about doing what is best for him not who replaces him. .


So you believe he's out of his element playing at the NHL level right now?

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Posted 2018-10-26 9:33 AM (#712404 - in reply to #711784)
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Before sending him down, get him away from Hayes!

Try Chytil, Howden, Vesey
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Posted 2018-10-26 10:54 AM (#712408 - in reply to #712403)
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Sending Chytil down is about doing what is best for him not who replaces him. .


So you believe he's out of his element playing at the NHL level right now?

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Last night he spent most of the game on his azz. It seemed like every time he was touched he went down. That’s usually a indicator physically he’s not. He’s a boy in a mans body. He can probably fumble his way through a season and maybe turn the corner, or the worst case scenario happens he sticks this season and we are having the same conversation this time next year.
I think the Rangers are sitting on a great opportunity to have Chytil, Andersson, Hajek and Lindgren play the whole season in Hartford becoming solid pillars of the team. Expose them all to their NHL 10 game max. Save the extra contract advantage down the road instead of wasting it on likely mediocre NHL contributions this year. Next season they all come up after being groomed in the Quinn way by Hartford coaches, and there is no doubt in my mind they would be significant additions, not just flailing trying to hang onto a job. They all have the talent, but it needs to be properly cultivated.
I see a lot of risk keeping Chytil in the NHL this year, his weak on his skates makes him more susceptible to injury. If it’s serious you have a wasted year of critical development. If those four players have a real good run in Hartford this year they will arrive at next seasons training camp ready to compete as men. Possibly one the best Ranger rookie classes ever.
Anyone or any combination of those four is not going to make enough of a difference at the NHL level this season to justify force feeding them. If the Rangers are not singing a different tune about Chytil in the NHL after last nights game they are blind.
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Posted 2018-10-26 11:29 AM (#712409 - in reply to #712408)
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Wasting one of Chytl's years with this team is a bad use of Chytl's years. He is not ready. Maybe he would be playing better on a better team playing with better talent. The Rangers are in transition and have a real mixed bag of forwards. The forwards today are mostly complimentary 2nd/3rd line guys, not "go to" guys. Right now he is not a game changer who can dominate his shifts and he is not playing with game changers. The Rangers and Chytl would be better off if he was in Hartford.
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Posted 2018-10-26 3:02 PM (#712414 - in reply to #711784)
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If he plays Sunday that will be a mistake.
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Posted 2018-10-26 3:08 PM (#712415 - in reply to #711784)
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I think he has played all 10 games so far...which means his ELC is now on
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Posted 2018-10-26 3:32 PM (#712416 - in reply to #711784)
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Why isn't he ready? Because he's not a prolific goal scorer yet? Because he's made (very) few rookie mistakes? He's ready.... he hasn't reached his potential, but there's a difference. He's made some good plays out there. He's going to score.

He could go down, dominate, gain confidence, and come back up... I wouldn't be against it.... I also want to see Andersson up soon, though. Maybe switch them for the next 9-10 games, and reevaluate?
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Posted 2018-10-26 4:47 PM (#712417 - in reply to #712415)
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Mikey Red - 2018-10-26 2:08 PM

I think he has played all 10 games so far...which means his ELC is now on





Rangers have played 9 games Mikey.
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Posted 2018-10-26 4:54 PM (#712418 - in reply to #711784)
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Rangers are 3-6-1 ...but did Heatl miss one of those games? I dont think he did
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Posted 2018-10-26 5:10 PM (#712419 - in reply to #712418)
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Mikey Red - 2018-10-26 6:54 PM

Rangers are 3-6-1 ...but did Heatl miss one of those games? I dont think he did


He has played 10 games.
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Posted 2018-10-26 6:22 PM (#712420 - in reply to #712418)
Subject: Re: Chytil's Contract Slides - Do you move him down?


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Mikey Red - 2018-10-26 3:54 PM

Rangers are 3-6-1 ...but did Heatl miss one of those games? I dont think he did




My bad I looked at the OTG schedule and there wasn’t a score for last night, I just added the games with scores. So the horse is out of the barn on the contract, and he will probably get sent down if he doesn’t start producing something. Fabulous asset management.
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