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Bantering Points: 10/10/18

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Here are today’s news and links:

Rangers News:

  • Greg Joyce discusses how the Rangers’ players have changed their mindsets as they embark on a rebuilding season (NY Post)
  • Brett Cyrgalis heard from various members of the team about David Quinn’s decision to make the best defenseman on his blue line a healthy scratch (NY Post)
  • Cyrgalis also heard from Brett Howden about his jump from the team’s 4th line center to being flanked by Chris Kreider and Mats Zuccarello (NY Post)
  • Brian Heyman chatted with Kevin Shattenkirk about his status heading into tomorrow night’s game (Newsday)
  • Frank Curto examines the good, bad, and ugly of New York’s three losses to begin the season (Elite Sports NY)
  • Dominick Renna names his three stars of the team’s past week (Elite Sports NY)
  • Rob Luker dove into the numbers behind the Blueshirts’ 0-3 start to the season (Blue Seat Blogs)
  • Dave Shapiro notes that David Quinn has opted for a massive shakeup in line combinations in search of his first win as an NHL head coach (Blue Seat Blogs)
  • Nicholas Zararis asks three questions following the Rangers’ first week (Blue Line Station)
  • Zararis also reminded us that the NHL season is a marathon rather than a sprint (Blue Line Station)
  • Media Availability: David Quinn,(2:33) Kevin Shattenkirk,(2:49) and Brett Howden (2:16) (Official Team Site)

Around the NHL:

  • Andrew Berkshire gives a wholly objective ranking to the league’s top 20 goals since the 2015-16 campaign (Sportsnet)
  • Contrary to reports that emerged yesterday, agent Joe Resnick came out and confirmed that Rick Nash has not officially retired from the NHL yet (TSN)
  • Jared Clinton examines how former Carolina Hurricane Pat Dwyer may have recorded the most famous non-goal in hockey history (The Hockey News)