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Bantering Points: 10/30/19

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Tampa Bay Lightning v New York Rangers Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

Here are today’s news and links:

Rangers News:

  • Highlights: NYR 4, TBL 1 (4:55 video via
  • Vin Cherwoo recaps New York’s 4-1 victory at Madison Square Garden from yesterday (NY Daily News)
  • Larry Brooks dove into Kevin Shattenkirk’s exit from Broadway in the wake of his return to MSG last night (NY Post)
  • Brooks also suggests that last night’s effort was a signal of the changing of the guard for the Rangers (NY Post)
  • Colin Stephenson heard that in spite of ending his tenure here on a sour note, Shattenkirk has no regrets about his time in Rangerstown (Newsday)
  • Steve Paulus points to the Colorado Avalanche, a franchise that’s cracked 95 standings points once since the lockout, as a model franchise for the Blueshirts to aim to become (Blue Line Station)
  • Rob Luker breaks down why David Quinn’s seat could be getting hot sooner rather than later (Blue Seat Blogs)
  • Frank Curto also pinpoints Quinn’s sub-par performance as a cause of the team’s rough start (Elite Sports NY)
  • Joe $mith relay$ word from Dan Girardi a$ he returned to M$G la$t night (The Athletic)
  • Media Availability: David Quinn (6:30) (Official Team Site)

Around the NHL:

  • Bryan Bastin reports that the Nashville Predators agreed to an eight year, $72.472 million contract extension with captain Roman Josi (On The Forecheck)
  • James O’Brien passes along word of Carolina Hurricanes’ forward Andrei Svechnikov’s lacrosse style goal from last night’s game against the Calgary Flames (NBC Sports)
  • Brianne Spiker sat down with Montreal Canadiens’ forward Max Domi to discuss is journey to the NHL, how he manages his Type 1 Diabetes, and more (TSN)
  • Chicago Blackhawks’ defenseman Brent Seabrook was not happy about being scratched for his team’s second consecutive game (Sportsnet)