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Bantering Points: 2/9/20

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Los Angeles Kings v New York Rangers Photo by Jared Silber/NHLI via Getty Images

Here are today’s news and links:

Rangers News:

  • Larry Brooks hears that team’s three goalie rotation is starting to bother Alexandar Georgiev (NY Post)
  • Brooks also discusses how Artemiy Panarin is experiencing his first rough patch as a Ranger (NY Post)
  • Colin Stephenson highlights Tony DeAngelo and Chris Kreider as two players that will give New York’s decision pause as the trade deadline approaches (Newsday)
  • Stephenson also details Brendan Lemieux’s struggles to establish himself in his first full season on Broadway (Newsday)
  • Frank Curto believes the time has come for Igor Shesterkin to officially be named New York’s full-time starting goaltender (Elite Sports NY)
  • Rob Luker muses about general managers around the league, their risk-averse tendencies, and how it impacts the Rangers right now (Blue Seat Blogs)
  • Steve Paulus offers his thoughts on Kaapo Kakko’s recent play and Micheal Haley’s surgery (Blue Line Station)

Around the NHL:

  • Sam McCaig lists ten reasons for Detroit Red Wings to be optimistic in spite of their laughably bad performance this season (The Hockey News)
  • James O’Brien saw that in the first meeting since their racial incident last month, Boko Immama and Brandon Manning dropped the gloves in last night’s AHL matchup between the Onatrio Reign and Bakersfield Condors (NBC Sports)
  • The International Olympic Committee and NHL engaged in dialogue concerning the league’s participation in the 2022 Winter Games in Beijing (TSN)