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Mika Zipanjad can go in the opposite direction

Mika Zipanjad can go in the opposite direction

For the past few days, Jack Eichel has been in the headlines. But not for the right reasons. Trade is imminent in Buffalo. And ever since the trade rumors surrounding him began, the Rangers have almost always been associated with the American hub.

The organization is one or two away from competing in the playoffs, or at least participating in them and Eichel would be a more likely solution than New York. The only problem? That’s because Eichel would be very expensive and expensive.

Fortunately, the New York organization is counting on the good hopes… and Mika Zibanjad. According to Rick Carpinello, staff reporter on team coverage, the Swede could be one of the pieces that will lose its way to Buffalo.

It is clear that the Zipanijad deal against Eshel (one-on-one) will not happen; Eichel is considered much more valuable. On the other side, lancer Zipanjad in the deal will make it easier for Rangers, GM, Chris Drury. why? Because he won’t have to add multiple choices in the draft and he hopes to exchange. He wouldn’t mortgage his future too much. Presumably, if Kevin Adams wasn’t too greedy, Drury could add a mean hope (in the second limit).

On the other hand, it is important to note that Zebaninejad has the immobility clause. So he had to raise it. But does the Swede really want to raise it to go to Buffalo? And even if he did, would he re-sign there? He will become an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season.

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But then again, if Kevin Adams wasn’t so greedy, he’s the one asking for the moon for his star now.

However, he must be careful. Cypress and Jack Eichel’s relationship is very fragile and keeping him for another year or two in the organization may affect the team.

Zipanegad ($5.35 million) controls nearly half of Eshel’s salary ($10 million). According to Cap Friendly, New York has nearly $8 million in payroll. Thus, money is not the problem there.

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