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N.Y. Rangers office acknowledges changes coming

N.Y. Rangers office acknowledges changes coming
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the 25-24-5 Rangers released a letter that confirms what many reports have been suggesting: they are open for business as the Feb. 26 deadline looms.,In an unprecedented dose of honesty to their fans

” Rangers general manager Jeff Gorton and team president Glen Sather said in their joint letter Thursday.,“As we approach the trade deadline later this month and into the summer, we will be focused on adding young, skill and character, competitive players that combine speed

“This may mean we lose some familiar faces, guys we all care about and respect. While this is part of the game, it’s never easy. Our promise to you is that our plans will be guided by our singular commitment: ensuring we are building the foundation for our next Stanley Cup contender.”

The players most widely connected to trade rumors include two on expiring contracts: forwards Rick Nash and Michael Grabner. The Rangers also will likely trade pending unrestricted free agent defenseman Nick Holden. Defenseman Ryan McDonagh and forward Mats Zuccarello, both under contract until 2019, have been mentioned in reports as being available as well.

 Gorton and Sather acknowledged that their goal is to infuse new youth into the organization. The organization as a whole — from the front office through the players — has struggled and Gorton did not want to single out coach Alain Vigneault.,[url=http://www.hockeyjetsshop.com/adidas-connor-hellebuyck-jersey]Authentic Connor Hellebuyck jersey[/url],In a news conference following the letter's release

 posting a 9-13-3 record since Dec. 11 with five regulation wins during that span.,The Rangers have advanced to the playoffs in seven consecutive seasons and 11 of the past 12. But that success is in doubt this season as they are three points out of the final wild-card position

Marc-Andre Fleury’s tenure in Pittsburgh wasn’t always roses, but Flower was a huge part of the organization during some of the Penguins’ best years and when Pittsburgh ultimately decided to send him to Vegas (the Penguins gave Vegas a second round pick in exchange for them agreeing to take Fleury in the expansion draft),[url=http://www.flyershockeyshop.com/adidas-wayne-simmonds-jersey]Authentic Wayne Simmonds jersey[/url], he left as a three-time Stanley Cup champion who won 375 regular season games and 62 playoff contests with Pittsburgh.  So it was great to see the Penguins’ tribute to him last night be followed by a lengthy standing ovation from the fans.  You can see the video of that here.

He didn’t slow down the hot Penguins in his return to Pittsburgh though.   Evgeni Malkin, the two-time defending champion Penguins are looking like one of the best teams in the league going into the final stretch.,[url=http://www.flyershockeyshop.com/adidas-claude-giroux-jersey]Authentic Claude Giroux jersey[/url], Phil Kessel, though Fleury has been amazing this season when healthy and he’s helped the Golden Knights on their incredible expansion team run so far.  Meanwhile, and Sidney Crosby had another big night with Malkin recording his 30th goal while Crosby got his 60th point.  In the end it was Pittsburgh that got the win,[url=http://www.flyershockeyshop.com/adidas-shayne-gostisbehere-jersey]Authentic Shayne Gostisbehere jersey[/url], after some shaky points from Pittsburgh

Adam Henrique scored the overtime winner.  It was his 16th goal and 32nd point in 54 games.  That includes 18 points in 30 contests since being acquired by the Ducks.

Ondrej Kase found the back of the net and registered an assist for Anaheim.  He’s up to 14 goals and 25 points in 39 games.

Ryan Miller kicked out 30 of 33 Sabres shots.  He had lost his previous four starts, though he had picked up a win on Jan. 25 in a relief appearance.  At any rate, it was a decent start for him after he surrendered six goals on Monday and three goals on just seven shots on Saturday.

Marc-Andre Fleury couldn’t slow down the red hot Penguins in his return to Pittsburgh.  The Vegas goaltender ended up surrendering five goals on 38 shots.

 making him the second player this season to reach the 30-goal mark after Alex Ovechkin.,[url=http://www.flyershockeyshop.com/adidas-nolan-patrick-jersey]Authentic Nolan Patrick jersey[/url],Evgeni Malkin scored a goal and registered an assist for Pittsburgh.  He’s up to 30 goals and 62 points in 51 games

Phil Kessel netted the game-winning goal and recorded an assist.  That gives him 24 goals and 65 points in 55 contests.  He’s just one point shy of Nikita Kucherov and the scoring lead.

 I'd have to say that comfortability would be the most important factor in finding a successful temporary home for him.,From the moment news hit that Rick Nash had submitted his no-trade list of teams to the New York Rangers, and knowing his personality a bit,[url=http://www.penguinsofficialhockey.com/adidas-sidney-crosby-jersey]Authentic Sidney Crosby jersey[/url], speculation has run rampant regarding the 33-year-old winger's trade-deadline destination. Having watched Nash play for the past few years

I'm not sure there's a better fit between team and player at this trade deadline. It's the kind of situation that perfectly suits him as a high-profile acquisition: Pressure, a relationship and mutual trust with Dallas coach Ken Hitchcock that extends back to their time together with the Columbus Blue Jackets., say, but with the knowledge that Tyler Seguin, but not the kind of "savior of our Stanley Cup chances" pressure that he might feel in, a Canadian market; the chance to contribute offensively, Jamie Benn and Alex Radulov will shoulder the heaviest offensive load for the Stars; and perhaps above all else
 tidy bidding war.,Nash can slot in as a second-line left winger to instantly increase the Stars' scoring depth, play his game and help make a middling Dallas power play better. Meanwhile, as Nash's availability should create a nice, the Stars have the picks and prospects to entice the Rangers

Emily Kaplan: I think Nash to the Stars makes a lot of sense, Greg. I certainly could see it. I could also see Nash helping out the St. Louis Blues or Winnipeg Jets or San Jose Sharks or Pittsburgh Penguins or ... OK, pretty much any team in a position to contend that might need one extra spark.

But the Blue Jackets just dropped their fourth consecutive game since the All-Star break, it would be a reunion that could warm any jaded hockey fan's heart., Greg: Comfortability would be the most important factor in finding a successful temporary home for Nash. Where would Nash be more comfortable than Columbus? He has played for Tortorella. He has spent more time in Ohio's capital city (nine seasons) than anywhere else during his professional career. He's the Blue Jackets' all-time points leader, the Columbus fan base has soured on him a bit since he was shipped to Broadway, a stinging 3-2 loss to the Washington Capitals on Tuesday that coach John Tortorella called a "punch to the stomach." So I'm thinking that Columbus may need some trade-deadline reconfiguring in order to punch back. I'm also thinking about what you said, and the franchise's first No. 1 pick and. Sure, but honestly

 and the Blue Jackets have some cap flexibility.,[url=http://www.hockeyjetsshop.com/adidas-connor-hellebuyck-jersey]adidas Connor Hellebuyck jersey[/url],Before you roll your eyes, first let me remind you that both the Rangers and Blue Jackets have new general managers since the blockbuster,[url=http://www.flyershockeyshop.com/adidas-wayne-simmonds-jersey]adidas Wayne Simmonds jersey[/url], but haven't been able to sustain success after an impressive start to the season. The Rangers will reportedly shoulder some of Nash's contract in order to reap the most from the trade, five-player trade in July 2012 that sent Nash to New York. Let's also assess where things stand for the Blue Jackets. They have elite goaltending and a ton of exciting young talent

When I visited Columbus' training camp in September, I asked Werenski how the Blue Jackets had changed over the past 12 months. "[During the 2016-17 season] we thought we might be good,[url=http://www.flyershockeyshop.com/adidas-claude-giroux-jersey]adidas Claude Giroux jersey[/url], we know we're good." I wonder how that confidence has been altered since his team has fallen into its recent rut. What I do know is this: Adding a Nash-caliber player to the lineup could do wonders to a team's confidence.," he told me. "This year

Chris Peters: Columbus was actually the first team that popped into my mind, Emily. I think that theory has some pretty decent legs. I kept coming back to a different team,[url=http://www.flyershockeyshop.com/adidas-shayne-gostisbehere-jersey]adidas Shayne Gostisbehere jersey[/url], who have one of the best deal-makers in the NHL in GM David Poile., however, that I think has what the Rangers would want in a deal and a desire to bolster a Cup-contending roster. That would be the Nashville Predators

Based on reporting from TSN's Bob McKenzie,[url=http://www.flyershockeyshop.com/adidas-nolan-patrick-jersey]adidas Nolan Patrick jersey[/url], however, it appears the Rangers are seeking a first-round pick, a top prospect and perhaps a sweetener of some kind. At first, I thought that sounded like a hefty price for a rental. That's essentially what the Chicago Blackhawks gave up to acquire Andrew Ladd as the 2015-16 trade deadline approached, and that one didn't exactly work out so great for Chicago in the end -- even though it looked great on paper when the deal was made., when they sent a first-round pick, a prospect and a conditional pick to the Jets. It's still a steep price

So how much would Poile be willing to give up for the sake of scoring depth? Striking gold last year with the 30th overall pick to land Eeli Tolvanen might make the Predators a little more willing to part with that first-round pick for this year's draft. After shedding both Samuel Girard and Vladislav Kamenev in the deal that landed them Kyle Turris, Nashville has already dipped into its prospect pool once in a significant way. If Poile can find a deal that doesn't include a top prospect -- Tolvanen and defenseman Dante Fabbro are the top players in the system -- it'd be more palatable., however

The Predators aren't desperate for scoring depth at this point, but it would absolutely help. Additionally, they would think twice about moving some pieces for a rental. But they have every reason to believe they're among the top contenders for the Stanley Cup -- and this could potentially nudge them closer. Acquiring Nash is one of the moves I think Nashville has to at least strongly consider if it does anything beyond luring Mike Fisher out of retirement., Nash isn't a redundant player in their lineup. At 6-foot-4 and 211 pounds, he has size and the high-level scoring instincts that would make Nashville an even tougher matchup among its middle-six forwards. If the Predators weren't so well set for multiple years with their core

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