NEW YORK NY - FEBRUARY 13: The New York Rangers celebrate victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins at Madison Square Garden on February 13 2011 in New York City. The Rangers defeated the Penguins 5-3. (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images)
Wolski said after the skate he’s still hoping to play tonight but he needed to talk to trainer Jim Ramsey and the coaching staff about it. It might be a hard sell.
"I think I might be in tonight," said Wolski, adding he was able to shoot without the pain he experienced yesterday. "I’ve had a lot of rest and using the anti-inflammatory (patches), it feels a lot better than yesterday. It’s still a little painful. I’ll talk to the coaches but it definitely feels better than yesterday. They’re always going to be safe with injuries but we’re going to talk about it and discuss what’s the best course and what’s best for the team."
Boogaard, who’s been around the practice facility for about a week after undergoing acupuncture and massage therapy in Minnesota from a trusted doctor, said he’s symptom free from the concussion that’s kept him out since his Dec. 9 fight with Ottawa’s Matt Carkner. Boogaard said he thought Carkner’s move to flip him was "cheap" and that he didn’t suffer the concussion from being punched or from necessarily hitting his head on the ice but possibly having his head "rattle around" after he was flipped.
Jess Spector did a live chat today over at Blueshirts Blog, take a look
Saw lots of uproar on Twitter this morning on Larry Brooks saying the Rangers are interested in Filip Kuba. Not one positive comment from anyone on this so far, your thoughts?
Interesting piece of Ranger trivia for you:
If you said "Eric Lindros" as the answer to the trivia question, buy yourself a beer.