Official next years team thread.

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  1. NYR Fan

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    Arbitration dates are in, so we can plan on some action around these dates:

    DeAngelo - 10/20
    Ask: $6 million
    NYR offer: $4 million
    Projected reward: $5 million(1 year)

    Georgiev - 10/31
    Ask: $3.5 million
    NYR offer: $2.5 million
    Projected reward: $3 million(1 year)

    Strome - 11/5
    Ask: $6.5 million
    NYR offer: $4 million
    Projected reward: $4.95 million(1 year)

    Lemieux - 11/6
    Ask: $2.5 million
    NYR offer: $1.25 million
    Projected reward: $1.9 million(1 year)
     
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    To me a 6.5 mill ask from Strome is pretty ballsy. The rest seem pretty in line. Maybe 5.5 mill ask from DeAngelo and 3 mill ask from Georgiev, but both are pretty reasonable.
     
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    I don't see Georgiev as worth much over 2m right now. Over his last 2 years which comes out to almost a full season of action he has a 3.00 GAA.
     
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    His GA means nothing. He's on a rebuilding team which has defenseman that either suck or are young and have no clue yet. He's well worth that. He can carry a team a long time if the starter is out.
    DeAngelo asking 6 million is a fucking joke. He's had one good season. That's it. Strome asking for 6.5 is absurd. The entire planet knows Panarin carried his sorry ass.
     
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    Now more than ever dangelo and strome both need to go. Find trading partners gorton
     
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    I think AG will end up at 2.25 but no way does he get near 3. He's been very good at times and pulled them through some stretches but they will pay him based on the #'s and comps of other recent backups with similar #'s. 3 mill for he and Shest combined is huge for the cap in the next few years.
     
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    I know arbitrators usually go down the middle but I don't see DeAngelo getting the difference. I would have offered 3 million if I was the Rangers. Guy has done nothing pretty much his entire career until last season. He would be lucky to get 4 million. Strome sucked before the Rangers put him with Panarin to jump start his career again.
     
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    I think DeAngelo gets 5 + for sure, especially if it's a 2 or 3 year deal. I would be shocked if the number didn't begin with a 5.

    As for Strome, I see a one year deal, most likely in the 5's, then we trade him in season. He is not worth that, and clearly his big year was heavily due to Panarin, but that is the best approach currently. Not many options out there at the moment, so sign him for one year and go from there. Creates no cap issues, and hopefully we can get something for him at the DL.
     
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    The Rangers have signed goaltender Alexandar Georgiev for two more seasons with an AAV of $2.425 million.

    I'm okay with the AAV, but I was hoping for 3 years. Not terrible though considering we have 500 goalies in the system to step in if AG prices himself out of the backup role here.
     
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    Two years is just fine. He becomes a good trade chip for this season with a year left on his contract at a reasonable price. He will be moved at some point this year for certain.
     
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    He'll play a decent amount
     
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    Most of these guys are too young to base future predictions on past performance as they progress from playing scared to playing with a little more edge. However things shake out Quinn has to address special teams, there's too much talent for such shitty results.
     
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    Brooks is such a moron. He's so stupid that he actually thinks the Rangers will put a Barron and Kravtsov in the minors or KHL half way into the season because of a cap hit. Get a clue you senile, old bastard. This is a rebuild. You aren't screwing the rebuild over or young players over because of cap space. Gorton can easily shed cap space if he desires. He can buy Smith out if he wants to. I don't think he will have a hard time moving a Strome if he chose to. I fully expect him to still get rid of Buchnevich. I can't believe the Post is still employing this old fuck. He started writing shitty articles 10 years ago.
     
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    I hate the number 13. I wish he had taken another number. Like 17 or 19.
     
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    Surprising he didn't take #22 which he wore in the World Jr's.
     
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    Shows he's not superstitious. Number 13 worn by mats sundae, teems selanne and pavel datsyuk amongst others. Interesting that the only hockey number from 1 to 20 not to be retired is 13. Cant imagine the team forcing him to wear 13 so I'm going to assume the kid wanted it for some reason. I'm sure the story will come out some day
     

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