Jacob Trouba

Hockey season is just over a month away, and it is time to get excited about the New York Rangers. With a seemingly brand new team, the sky is the limit with this roster. With new additions, blossoming draft selections and a positive feeling surrounding this team, there is a bigger list of expectations for
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© Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports If a player makes it to salary arbitration then lookout Craig Custance of The Athletic:  Unfortunately, players make it to arbitration often walk away in the long run. Over the last ten years, 27 players have gone to arbitration. Within three years, 21 of those players wound up on different
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report this ad The New York Rangers have accelerated their rebuild with a flurry of acquisitions this offseason. But, was it enough to consider them a playoff team? The answer is not in 2019-20. Sooner rather than later the Rangers will be back to being at the top of the Metropolitan Division and, more importantly,
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report this ad The New York Rangers have acquired Jacob Trouba from the Winnipeg Jets in exchange for Neal Pionk and the 20th-overall selection in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. The draft pick was originally owned by the Jets and was acquired from the Rangers in the trade that saw Kevin Hayes sent to Winnipeg.
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© James Carey Lauder-USA TODAY Sports The 2019 NHL Draft in Vancouver is fast approaching. The opening round will be on Friday, June 21 with the remaining six rounds held the following day. Most of the focus will be on where this year’s top prospects end up among the 31 NHL franchises. However, the draft
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© Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Asking price to acquire and sign Jacob Trouba won’t be cheap Larry Brooks of the NY Post: The New York Rangers and New York Islanders are among the teams aggressively going after Winnipeg Jets defenseman Jacob Trouba. The New Jersey Devils are also interested. The cost to acquire Trouba is
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report this ad With the Winnipeg Jets currently shopping 25-year-old defenseman Jacob Trouba, all signs lead to a bidding war between the New York Rangers, New York Islanders and New Jersey Devils, amongst other teams, to acquire his services. Any trade will likely come at a steep cost, in terms of the combination of NHL-ready
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report this ad With the Stanley Cup Final over, it’s now time for the NHL offseason to begin. There are plenty of rumors floating around, and teams will be active the closer we get to the NHL Entry Draft on June 21 and free agency on July 1. One team that needs to make sure
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© Derik Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports No buyout decisions yet Sam Carchidi: Philadelphia Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher said that they haven’t made any decisions about potential buyout yet. thinks that Andrew MacDonald is a strong candidate. Hayes to visit Philly Dave Isaac: Fletcher said that contract talks with Kevin Hayes have generally been positive but they
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