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  1. #16
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    Of course I prefer him getting hot come playoff time. The playoffs is gonna be filled with tightly played games. Which will age me 10 years.

    Did you guys notice Lindgren got the day off, guess the shoulder isnít as healed as we thought. It gonna be tough relying on Mikkola and Harpur to carry the load. Trouba looks slow btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Wiskers View Post
    Of course I prefer him getting hot come playoff time. The playoffs is gonna be filled with tightly played games. Which will age me 10 years.

    Did you guys notice Lindgren got the day off, guess the shoulder isnít as healed as we thought. It gonna be tough relying on Mikkola and Harpur to carry the load. Trouba looks slow btw.
    I would love to see this team trade Trouba in the offseason. Even would be willing to eat 25% of the salary and give that team a 2nd round pick. Arizona has a ton of cap space. See if you can move him there. I'm tired of Trouba's slue footedness and missed assignments. They overpaid for him after coming off a career season in trade and then giving him that extension.

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    Well Lindgren is still hurt, Rangers should have IRíd him and used his cap hit at the deadline to make a deal or two. Thereís some talk that the Rangers may IR Lindgren now, too little too late as Drury & Gallant have not been willing to give Robertson or Jones a shot and Drury hasnít even attempted to move Emberson to the left side to see if he could handle the positionóEmberson is a RHD. Unless thereís a college free agent or a Euro player that Now available that wasnít before it makes no sense to IR Lindgren now.

    On a side note, and yes I know itís the playoffs and itís not the time for shinanagins but Iíd really consider bringing in Jaromir Jagr once the playoffs start. I know his 51 and is currently playing in the Czech league which is NOT the NHL but heís Jaromir Jagr and heís still showing he hasnít missed a beat. Still a scoring threat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Wiskers View Post
    Well Lindgren is still hurt, Rangers should have IRíd him and used his cap hit at the deadline to make a deal or two. Thereís some talk that the Rangers may IR Lindgren now, too little too late as Drury & Gallant have not been willing to give Robertson or Jones a shot and Drury hasnít even attempted to move Emberson to the left side to see if he could handle the positionóEmberson is a RHD. Unless thereís a college free agent or a Euro player that Now available that wasnít before it makes no sense to IR Lindgren now.

    On a side note, and yes I know itís the playoffs and itís not the time for shinanagins but Iíd really consider bringing in Jaromir Jagr once the playoffs start. I know his 51 and is currently playing in the Czech league which is NOT the NHL but heís Jaromir Jagr and heís still showing he hasnít missed a beat. Still a scoring threat.
    I hope you're not serious about Jagr lol. He can't skate with NHL players half his age. Where would you even put him?

    They said Lindgren is day to day. I would fully expect him to be back sooner than later.

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