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While this may be an exercise in futility, ESPN.com released their preseason rankings today and the Rangers landed at #2... 2. Rangers - Adding Rick Nash to an already stellar defensive club, which boasts the defending Vezina Trophy winner in Henrik Lundqvist, suggests the Rangers are ready to the take final step to legitimate Cup-contender status. The lockout is also beneficial for the Rangers as Marian Gaborik continues to rehab from offseason shoulder surgery. ...nothing better than me depressing you guys on a Monday by posting this crap. Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.
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