Ozolinsh a Ranger

Rangers acquire Sandis Ozolinsh, reports Sportsnet.ca. Details to follow.

9 Responses to Ozolinsh a Ranger

  1. Sands says:

    Well after reading TSN it seems like Ozolinsh is back to his old self.. I mean Sather I don’t think would be stupid to put a druggy into his mix if he thought he was still doing it. Since reading that TSN thing i gotta say… I’m excited to see what he can do. probably a real good move…. Not mixing anything up to much… and adding Depth and Scoring at the point. Good move. Exactly the only main thing we needed.

  2. Pock_53 says:

    i keep thinking of how detroit loaded up w/ european players, had a tremendous season then fell quickly in the playoffs i don’t think this team is much different the plus side is detroit made a couple tweeks here and there and have been one of the best teams in the nhl for years now and this rangers team is young enough there are a alot of great seasons ahead of them

  3. GretzNYR99 says:

    Great pickup. If we keep him, we can let Staal develop in Hartford next year. Excellent point man, and he’s played a lot better since leaving substance abuse. I’ve watched him a little on center ice, and I liked what I saw.

  4. Beckfan5 says:

    Theres something about this guy I dont like. Maybe im getting him confused with Tevrdovsky.

  5. wheresthesoda says:

    way i see it, why not….he’s got playoff experience, and a point man on the blueline, something we’re lacking. You need depth, this is better than hoping no one gets injured

  6. Beckfan5 says:

    Yeah, but who sits?

  7. Sands says:

    Strudwick or Poti…. and i can live with Poti on the bench or not playing at all. plus we have pock back there as a 8th d man so we should be alright.

  8. Beckfan5 says:

    But sitting Strudwick takes out one of two guys wholl stick up for their teamates. The other being Hollweg. And he dosent always play.

  9. miker183 says:

    Hollweg should get more time without Niemennen, but the thing I like about Strudwick; in case of injury, he can either play forward or defense. It allows for a little more flexibility.

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