Yet another former all-star who came to the Elephant's Graveyard of 50 Goal Scorers to cash his checks and underperform. I would have taken a left handed Koho and a bag of used practice pucks for him last year. If he is smart, he will take is 8-time concussed squishy head and retire.
Folk singers are always liberal pansies, but not me.....I sing for my fellow conservatives...care to hear "Shoot the Hippie out of the Redwood Tree" ?
The Rangers never should have even thought about making that trade in the first place. I said so when they did it, too:
"Why? Because even if Lindros does play that well for the next two years, the Rangers still aren't going anywhere. If this was a playoff team as currently constituted, and adding one more big gun might bring in a Cup, things would be very different. But the Rangers simply aren't close."
Well, to be fair, he's an eighteen-year old. Mario didn't have any Stanley Cups or medals when he was eighteen, either. Shapiro was specifically talking about a comparison "when his career is over" Realistically, we need to wait and see.