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Bantering Points: 3/14/20

NHLPA Member Meeting Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

Here are today’s news and links:

Rangers News:

  • Elio Velez details the entry-level contract the Blueshirts agreed to with 2018 first round pick K’Andre Miller (NY Post)
  • Vincent Mercogliano poses three questions facing the Rangers as the 2019-20 campaign goes in hold (LoHud)
  • Sean Hartnett hopes for a short suspension and a return to normalcy sooner rather than later (WFAN)
  • Steve Paulus examines how the Rangers stack up if the season resumes at some point (Blue Line Station)

Around the NHL:

  • Pierre LeBrun reports that the NHL and its Players Association have agreed to some guidelines regarding self-quarantining for the time being (TSN)
  • Elliotte Friedman ponders some of the most pressing questions the league is facing in the wake if suspending its season (Sportsnet)
  • Adam Gretz reminisces on both the partial and full NHL seasons that have been lost to previous stoppages (NBC Sports)
  • Jared Clinton notes that the NHL could follow the NBA’s model in suspending the season for a minimum of 30 days (The Hockey News)
  • David Wilson relays word that Florida Panthers’ goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky has pledged to give $100,00 out of his salary to help ensure the part time employees at BB&T Center will receive some form of payment during the season hiatus (Miami Herald)