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Forum: Armchair-GMjeu. à 9 h 51
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>IDKtbh</b></div><div>No, I think a big reason to do this is money and also positional need. Schneider is going to be and is arguably now, better than a 3rd pair defenseman. With already $19m tied up long term between Fox &amp; Trouba, it makes little sense to have to pay a “3rd pair” guy around $4-$5m a year which is realistic to expect Braden’s next contract to look like.

Aside from that, let’s just say you do go ahead and pay Braden $5m next year, you’re obviously not gonna let Lindgren walk and he’s probably going to want around $6-$7m himself, then throw in K’Andre Miller’s new deal and now you have roughly $37m tied up between 5 defensemen. That doesn’t seem very economical but it could potentially work or not.

Rangers fans have to expect to lose 1-2 significant players this offseason or next and in my opinion, ideally you’d rather move someone like Jacob Trouba and allow Schneider to settle in the 2nd pairing, but that’s easier said than done.

Another option would be to move Panarin if possible. Maybe a reunion in Chicago with all their cap room and Bedard coming in; they may want to surround him with highly skilled players like Panarin &amp; Kane, and you may even be able to get some decent compensation from Chicago due to that.

See above on the rangers thought process. The LAK trade is an interesting one considering it’s pretty obvious they’d like to move on from Peterson but do they do it at the expense of a 3rd year of Chiarot albeit for a slightly less expensive deal annually. I guess the argument could be made that Chiarot would provide more on ice value that Peterson would.

Eh, I think the Rangers are taking calls on every single player not named Adam Fox or Igor Shesterkin boss.

So, your rationality is, the Rangers were unwilling to include a player with zero NHL experience in a deal for one of the best players in the world 18 months ago but, now you’re not willing to discuss trading Schneider for multiple players with zero NHL experience now? Nice thought process.

I understand your point, but to make that sort of statement is just a silly thing to say.</div></div>

You are crazy if you think they are taking calls on Mika, or even Miller or Chytil
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