The game is “trade a ranger.” Here are the rules:
- Make a trade proposal involving one or more current Rangers players.
- The trade proposal I like best will win a prize to be named later.
- I am the final arbiter of who wins.
- Be wary of the salary cap, NTCs, NMCs, and the expansion draft.
- If you use draft picks, give the round and year, and make sure that the teams have those particular picks.
Someone go back to the last thread and let them know.
Here’s a clean page for more nonsense.
Look! Actual news!
The Rangers just issued some tweets regarding some shakeups with the Wolf Pack, who have been disappointing in recent years both in their performance within the AHL as well as in their development of Rangers’ prospects.
First, long time AHL coach Ken Gernander (and former longtime Binghamton Rangers/Hartford Wolf Pack player) has been fired. I’ve been on record a long time saying that he should be replaced.
Second, Chris Drury, who was denied permission by the Rangers to interview for the general manager position with the Buffalo Sabres, has been promoted to GM of the Wolf Pack, replacing Jim Schoenfeld, who will remain in, and focus on, his roles as senior vice president and assistant GM of the Rangers.
I like both of these moves, quite a bit. I’m also very interested to see who replaces Gernander as the Hartford bench boss.
We’ve all had at least one.
It’s not you, it’s me.
Break up day is today, starting at 10 AM with player interviews and then AV and maybe even Gorton will speak.
I’ll be stuck in meetings all day, so I look forward to reading the madness when I’m done.
You’re giving me the “It’s not you, it’s me” routine? I invented “It’s not you, it’s me.” Nobody tells me it’s them, not me. If it’s anybody, it’s me.