NHL Trade Deadline: Assessing The New York Rangers

March 1st, 2010 by Frank Castaldi Leave a reply »
Okay, it's time to snap back to reality and dust off the Olympic break and jump back into the New York Rangers. Which, for those of you that don't follow hockey, is like being married to Jessica Alba for two weeks, only to then be forced to come home and go back to your wife, while she's sitting on the couch eating a pint of Haagan Dazs watching One Life to Live...

So, now that we're done with that two-week fantasy that was the Olympics, it's time to get down to business.

The trade deadline is just two days away, and quite frankly, it might be a boring one for the Rangers. In a perfect world, GM Glen Sather would trade away just about everything he could to stockpile for the future. But this isn't a perfect world, it's Sather's world, and most likely he'll bring in some spare parts to push for a bottom spot in the playoff race, while exiting within the first two rounds.

Like I said in an earlier article, the Rangers need to begin a semi-rebuilding process . Not completely stripping the team of everything, but staying competitive while allowing the younger players to accumulate experience. The kids need to play hard minutes at the NHL level if we' ...

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