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Bantering Points: 4/14/20

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Pittsburgh Penguins v New York Rangers - Game Three Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

Here are today’s news and links:

Rangers News:

  • Larry Brooks heard from Artemiy Panarin about how he’s been handling the coronavirus outbreak (NY Post)
  • Brooks also reviewed David Quinn’s performance in his second season as the Blueshirts’ bench boss (NY Post)
  • Colin Stephenson hears that due to the outbreak and subsequent reactions from states, such as New York, the league is considering the possibility of hosting neutral site games (Newsday)
  • Brian Abate believes that Ryan Strome has managed to turn his career around since arriving in New York (The Hockey Writers)
  • Brett Schultz reminisces on former Rangers’ netminders that found success else where during their playing days (Blue Line Station)

Around the NHL:

  • James O’Brien relays word that CCM, which normally produces hockey equipment, has poured their resources into making protective gear against COVID-19 (NBC Sports)
  • Ryan Dixon poses a question that each Eastern Conference team will need to answer as the offseason looms (Sportsnet)
  • Travis Yost examines how roster around the league are skewing towards younger players (TSN)
  • Ken Campbell offers some content ideas to break up the monotonous routine of airing nothing but older hockey games (The Hockey News)