You have probably already seen Larry Brooks article in the Post today, where he talks about Glen Sather having a "Blueshirt Blueprint" for the future. I love how it only took 8 or 9 years of "living in the now" to realize there has to be a plan for the future.
A few highlights from the story:
"We just weren’t quite good enough over the course of the season. But if we had won that final game, would we have been tough enough to compete in the playoffs the way the Flyers have? Could we be where they are now?
"I think so."
"We have to get better," Sather acknowledged. "And the way we’re going to get better is by staying within our organization and giving our prospects the time to grow and the opportunity to play in New York.
So the Blueprint is in place, you know the old saying "Rome wasn't built in a day?", well maybe we can change it to "The Rangers weren't built in ten years"
I'll bump the open thread back up a little later on.