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    Rangers Acquire D Adam Fox from CAR for 2019 2nd Rounder, 2020 Conditional 3rd

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    Oh sheeeet. I'll guess for TB's 2nd rounder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry B
    Rangers have acquired rights to Adam Fox for NYR own second rounder this year and conditional third next.
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    OP updated. It's 2019 NYR 2nd, 2020 NYR 3rd (conditional).
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    Was hoping to use that 2nd rd pick to moveup, or potentially take some good talent.

    Oh well.

    Get rid of some cap, now.
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    I know heís a highly touted propect but I donít know much about him. Whatís his ceiling?


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    Quote Originally Posted by So Nashty View Post
    I know he’s a highly touted propect but I don’t know much about him. What’s his ceiling?


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    There's some good stuff on him here: https://www.blueshirtbanter.com/2019...ard-hurricanes
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    A bit too much to get him a year early, but guess we'll find out if it's worth it.

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    More than I'd give up, but at least it's not a first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by josh View Post
    Was hoping to use that 2nd rd pick to moveup, or potentially take some good talent.

    Oh well.

    Get rid of some cap, now.
    I don't think it's anything too crazy. He's a very highly ranked prospect. We could potentially have three first rounders come June. If we do need to trade up, he's highly ranked enough where he's probably a better bet than who we'd trade up for anyway
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    Quote Originally Posted by So Nashty View Post
    I know he’s a highly touted propect but I don’t know much about him. What’s his ceiling?


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    http://forecaster.ca/sportsnet/hockey/player.php?16228
    Scouting Report
    Assets: A creative playmaker, he skates well and can quarterback a power play. Owns quality puck-moving skills and plenty of offensive ability from the back end. His passing skills are first-rate. Is great at lugging the puck up ice.
    Flaws: Does not own ideal size (5-11, 181 pounds), so he must get stronger and better equipped to battle against bigger forwards at the National Hockey League level. Must be better at defensive-zone coverage.
    Career Potential: Talented, offensive-minded defenseman with upside.
    https://www.eliteprospects.com/player/248380/adam-fox

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    4th in NCAA in points
    1st in NCAA PPG


    Scouting Report
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    A terrific playmaker from the back end with first-class vision and elite puck distributing abilities, Fox was Team USA’s most consistent defender. He is yet another Nassau County native to grace the NTDP’s blue line, using flair, creativity and astonishing puck control to wow onlookers and dizzy opponents all at the same time. He was beyond deserving of his nomination as top defenseman at the U18 worlds, which shows how far this kid has come since the start of the season when he was considered (and assessed) as merely a power play specialist. Nothing could be further from the truth, as Fox usurped fellow NTDP rearguard Chad Krys as Team USA’s best overall defenseman and most reliable at generating offense.

    Fox is a good skater who looks far more graceful in confined spaces than he does in open ice. His lateral movement and edge work are excellent — his twirls and pirouettes are strikingly similar to the way Ottawa star defender Erik Karlsson controlled his puck movement while playing for Team Sweden in his pre-draft years. Fox has an accurate shot that does not require velocity to beat a goalie clean in any of the corners, and he can juke and fake his way into prime scoring areas with relative ease. He is far from physical, and falling below the six-foot mark could work against him as his development path takes him through the bigger, thicker forwards. That being said, he ran the gauntlet of NCAA competition with significant success, as even the most mature NCAA opponents could not find an answer to his puck wizardry.
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    This is all fine given the return (highish-end prospect, instant NHLer). As of right now they have two other 2nd round picks (TBL, DAL) in 2019 and probably won't miss their only one 2nd in 2020. Second round and beyond is a craps shoot anyway.

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    Let him play the last 29 games of the season
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    Great trade. Rangers future is bright, my god.

    Now the question is, how do you ship the dead weight. They have 9 NHL or NHL-ready defensemen for next season.
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    Like Matt Barnaby's review of him...Zubov like, great laterally walking the line.

    Only dman in over 20 years in college to average 1.20 points per game
    Last edited by Blue Heaven; 04-30-2019 at 02:09 PM.

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