ATTENTION READERS: There will be a poll at the end of the links concerning the future of Bantering Points for the duration of the season’s suspension. Voting in the poll and/or commenting about it will help me decide how to handle Bantering Points for the time being, so any and all input will help push me towards a decision that you, the readers, want moving forward.
Here are today’s news and links:
- Steve Paulus examines some undrafted NCAA forwards for the Rangers to consider signing (Blue Line Station)
- Paulus also examined some undrafted NCAA forwards for the Rangers to consider signing (Blue Line Station)
- Eric Engels chatted with Terrance Wallin, an assistant captain with ECHL Maine, to hear how the cancellation of the ECHL season would affect his peers (Sportsnet)
Around the NHL:
- Jared Clinton notes that the Center for Disease Control’s recommendation of going eight weeks with gatherings of no more than 50 people together could push the end of the season suspension into the middle of May (The Hockey News)
- The Anaheim Ducks placed forward Kiefer Sherwood on waivers yesterday (CBS)
- A member of Canucks Sports and Entertainment, the parent company of the Vancouver Canucks, has tested positive for the coronavirus (TSN)
- Rory Boylen lists five unfinished storylines from the 2019-20 campaign (Sportsnet)
With the hockey world grinded to a halt, hockey news (and more specifically, Rangers news) is going to slow to a crawl, making daily Bantering Points posts unjustified. How would you, the reader, like to see Bantering Points handled moving forward?
This poll is closed
Sporadic posts as enough new stories are written to justify a new post (4-5 Rangers related and 3-5 generally hockey related links)
A set schedule for new posts, and however many new stories are written in that time period are provided no matter how large or small number (2-3 posts per week, most likely on a M/W/F or Tu/F schedule)
Alternative Options (if you feel you have another possible solution, please comment what you think the best approach could be)