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MARC STAAL RUMORS & GOSSIP

Mats Zuccarello looking for more than $5 million

Per Darren Dreger, cited on NBCSN, New York Rangers forward Mats Zuccarello is going to look for more than $5 million per year on a five-year deal for his contract extension. Zucc is the next Ranger in line for Glen Sather to lock up, having locked up Marc Staal earlier this year.  Zuccarello is a Read more → The post Mats Zuccarello looking for more than $5 million appeared first...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Will Marc Staal’s new contract represent good value? – Rangers Musings

I’m spoiling you. As I head to New York myself on Tuesday morning I thought I would muse for the second time in a week. Sometimes we go weeks without ‘musings’ sometimes I have a lot I want to say so let’s jump into it. Marc Methot gets 19.6 million, makes Ottawa make Glen Sather Read more → The post Will Marc Staal’s new contract represent good value? – Rangers Musings...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

What Marc Staal’s contract extension means for the Rangers

Staal's six-year contract extension gives the Rangers four of the top-50 most expensive defensemen in the NHL. Is this a strategy that will pay off? The post What Marc Staal’s contract extension means for the Rangers appeared first on Along the Boards.
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January 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Evaluating the Marc Staal contract

In case you missed it, the New York Rangers re-signed Marc Staal to a six-year, $34.2 million contract extension yesterday, ensuring the top-four defenseman remains on Broadway for most, if not all, of his professional career. Ranger fans are torn over this. Some are ecstatic that the Rangers kept one of their cornerstone defensemen, others Read more → The post Evaluating the Marc...
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January 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Rangers, Marc Staal closing in on six-year deal

Marc Staal and the New York Rangers talking contract extensionThe deal is not yet done, but the Rangers and Marc Staal are making progress toward a contract extension that would keep the alternate captain in New York for the next six years, The Post has learned. A well-placed source said there had been “a productive meeting” here on Wednesday between assistant general manager...
Via Hockey Fan Land
January 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Rangers and Staal Near Extension

Larry Brooks first reported this morning that the Rangers and Marc Staal were closing in on a 6-year contract extension agreement. Throughout the morning, more and more reports have come out and it seems as if the framework for the long-term deal is in place. It is believed Staal will have an average cap hit continue reading...
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January 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Should the New York Rangers sign Marc Staal?

After a rough 1-3 start to the season, the New York Rangers have bounced back with two straight victories, in which they outscored opponents 6-1. However, despite the apparent return to form of Henrik Lundqvist and the improved play of the defense, the first six games have compounded a dilemma that has been bothering upper management for months: Should the Rangers resign Marc Staal...
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October 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Why I’m not happy about the Marc Staal contract negotiations (and why you shouldn’t be either)

Marc Staal has been a trending topic for #NYRTwitterati for at least a week now. Last Monday, I added my third piece of evidence as to why Staal should not be re-signed. Based largely on Staal’s poor WOWY (with you and without you) statistics, I concluded the following: Staal’s performance heavily relies on the quality of his teammates. continue reading...
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September 22, 2014  |  Discuss

A second Staal in New York?

Marc Staal has brothers, this is not new to you by now. Most of them as you will surely know are in Carolina and the longer Rangers defenseman Marc Staal goes without a new contract there will be the same old assumptions that he will end up in Carolina with his brethren. Recently, media reports […] The post A second Staal in New York? appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
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September 18, 2014  |  Discuss

The Rangers dilemma with Marc Staal accelerates

Marc Staal is one year away from unrestricted free agency and the Rangers may have already missed their best opportunity to solve the dilemma. According to Larry Brooks, Staal may be seeking a multi year deal worth $5.5M per, which is entirely too much for the Rangers-bred defenseman. If Staal really is seeking the same six year, $30M contract that the Rangers gave Dan Girardi...
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July 22, 2014  |  Discuss
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