Darren Dreger doesn’t think the Rangers would deal Alexandar Georgiev for Kasperi Kapanen

Did you have too much of Darren Dreger’s Leafs-related thoughts during the entire Mitch Marner contract saga? Well, too bad. Here’s some more for you. Dreger said on Twitter yesterday that Kasperi Kapanen wouldn’t be enough to get the Leafs Alexandar Georgiev from the New York Rangers.

Not even sure Kapanen gets it done.
— Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) January 17, 2020

The context here is that The Athletic put out a post by James Mirtle saying “To date, the Rangers’ asking price [for Alexandar Georgiev] has been high. They want a quality young player who can play now, not a pick or a prospect, for the young Russian netminder.” Somebody replied to that tweet asking if Jeremy Bracco or Andreas Johnsson was enough to get a deal done, Mirtle said that wouldn’t be enough, and Dreger chimed in saying that Kapanen might also not get it done.
This whole Georgiev is getting a bit out of hand. The Bulgarian became a sensation among Leafs fans when he stopped 55 of 56 shots in a win over the Leafs at Madison Square Garden last February. The hype train in Toronto exploded after he …

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Author: Cam Lewis / The Leafs Nation

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