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Are the Rangers glazed or jelly?

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NHL.com has an article with the main questions facing each team in the Eastern Conference. (click here for full story)

Here is what they had to say about the Blueshirts:

Who will fill the hole in the middle?


What do the Rangers and the doughnuts at Tim Horton's (a new arrival in the Big Apple) have in common? A hole in the middle -- in the Rangers' case, that means the absence of a No. 1 center. With Scott Gomez gone to Montreal and high-scoring but oft-injured winger Marian Gaborik signed from Minnesota, the Rangers now have a winger who can put the puck in the net but no one who resembles a No. 1 center who can get him the puck -- and are tight enough against the cap that they likely won't be able to deal for one unless they're willing to give up some young talent.

Ok first of all, did they really open a Tim Hortons in NYC?

Second of all, I think that with Prospal, Drury, and Dubinsky on the roster, the Rangers will be more than capable of getting Gabby the puck. Guys with talent like Gaborik's find the puck, no matter who has it.