New York Rangers Fans Voice Their Opinion On Who Stays, Who Goes

May 4th, 2010 by Greg Caggiano Leave a reply »
In a recent study conducted by Phil Kocher, of Dissension Media , on a New York Rangers message board that will remain anonymous for the time being, he meticulously created 25 poll threads, one for each of the players who played for a substantial amount of time on the Rangers this season.

The question he asked was simple; should he stay or should he go? This question was asked of everyone. For the most part, the results were what we would generally expect, but who was voted the player that should stay the most may surprise you, as should several others.

Below are the complete results of the survey:


Who Stays

Artem Anisimov: 100% stay/0% go. (47 voters)

Michael Del Zotto: 98.55% stay/1.45% go. (69 voters)

Brandon Prust: 98% stay/2% go. (50 voters)

Erik Christensen: 97.96% stay/2.04% go. (49 voters)

Jody Shelley: 97.62% stay/2.38% go. (42 voters)

Marc Staal: 96.36% stay/3.64% go. (55 voters)

Marian Gaborik: 95.16% stay/4.84% go. (62 voters)

Brandon Dubinsky: 91.94% stay/8.06% go. (62 voters)

Henrik Lundqvist: 91.67% ...

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