Tag Archives: David Quinn

The disappointing part of the Rangers rebuild

This is Lias Andersson in happier times after scoring his first NHL goal in late ’17-18. The Rangers have mismanaged him like past first round picks. AP Photo via Sporting News courtesy Getty Images On Sunday, the Rangers made two … Continue reading

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Game #18: David Quinn’s explanations make no sense following frustrating loss at Panthers

I’m past the point of having patience. A lot of what David Quinn says is hogwash. He did it again following a extremely frustrating 4-3 loss at the Panthers. Forget about how well Artemiy Panarin, Ryan Strome and Jesper Fast … Continue reading

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Free Lias

It’s as simple as this. Through two periods, Lias Andersson has played a grand total of six shifts against the Panthers. That’s 3:13 of ice time in two periods for the 2017 seventh overall pick the Rangers took as part … Continue reading

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Interesting thoughts from Brendan Smith reveals a lot about his character

Brendan Smith is one of the older players on the Rangers. At 30 years old, the veteran is the fourth oldest Blueshirt behind elder statesmen Henrik Lundqvist and Marc Staal, and role player Micheal Haley. Originally acquired from the Red … Continue reading

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The Lias Andersson Issue

Lias Andersson (with Brendan Lemieux above) has been handled poorly by the Rangers organization. AP Photo via Getty Images Imagine having the foresight to see ahead and plan for the future. This is exactly what the Rangers did in the … Continue reading

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Game #15: Outclawed by the Panthers in a Texas Holdem style shootout, disappointing Sunday

Ryan Lindgren is pumped up after scoring his first NHL goal. The Rangers lost to the Panthers 6-5 in a crazy game that lacked defense, but had plenty of excitement. AP Photo via New York Rangers courtesy Getty Images Rather … Continue reading

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Staal to miss at least two weeks due to ankle procedure, a message for misguided fans

When coach David Quinn indicated to reporters that some players were ‘banged up,’ he wasn’t kidding. Apparently, Marc Staal was one of those players. The veteran defenseman had minor surgery to repair an ankle infection that stemmed from what else … Continue reading

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Game #14 Lundqvist turns back the clock to highlight good win at Hurricanes

Brendan Smith shares a smile with winning goalie Henrik Lundqvist, who was brilliant making 45 saves for a Rangers 4-2 win over the Hurricanes. AP Photo by Gregg Forwerck via Getty Images This was a throwback performance. A blast from … Continue reading

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Quinn’s puzzling lineup decisions a head scratcher

There is always panic in the land of NYR Twitter. Unlike recent criticism, frustrated fans have a point regarding tonight’s lineup against the Red Wings. To say it’s puzzling would be one way to describe it. Simply put, it’s hard … Continue reading

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Game #12: A hard fall for undisciplined Rangers in ugly loss to Senators

Brady Tkachuk whoops it up with Thomas Chabot following a Senators 6-2 humiliation of the Rangers. AP Photo via Getty Images courtesy Ottawa Senators This one was ugly. Oh. We warned you. It was a bitter disappointment. The Rangers were … Continue reading

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