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Tilted Ice Around The League: Grading The Matt Duchene Blockbuster

In the pilot episode of Tilted Ice: Around The League where the guys go Around the NHL to cover everything that’s going on from New York to Vancouver (and everywhere in between). Russ and Kappy discussed what’s been making headlines around the NHL and spoke at length about the recent Matt Duchene and Kyle Turris blockbuster trade. What are the impacts for all the teams from the trade? Which team won? Listen to this Tilted Ice Short for a sneak peek at the pilot episode of Tilted Ice: Around The League.

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Duchene still wants out, could the Rangers pull a blockbuster?

Many fans will argue on how to fix the mess that is the current edition of the New York Rangers. Some will say the coach has got to go, while many cry for a star center. They may be both right, but since there is no obvious coaching replacement (Ruff isn’t the answer) we focus on the center. Read more

Don’t believe the talk, Rangers desperately need a top line center

They are all saying the right things. From the players to the coaches, it’s all textbook sports talk. Alain Vigneault talks about players like Mika Zibanejad and Kevin Hayes seizing the opportunity ahead. Now he’s even added J.T. Miller as one of those players to show what he can do at the center position. Read more

FullTilt Mailbag: Free Agency

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Hey! @ZakFTNYR here to answer your Rangers questions as we head into the start of free agency. We got some good ones via Twitter using the #FTMailbag. We at FullTilt are planning on doing this periodically during the coming season, so be sure to follow us @FullTiltNYRBlog on Twitter to see when the next one will be! Here we go!

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The Rangers have cap space and holes. Here’s how to fill them

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The Rangers have traded Antti Raanta and Derek Stepan to Arizona, as well as Oscar Lindberg being selected by Vegas, Jeff Gorton now has a lot of cap space to complete his roster for next season. But with these moves, the Rangers have lost two centermen and a backup goalie that need replacing. Add in Dan Girardi’s buyout, and Gorton will have to find all the right pieces to fill in those gaps.

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