Bantering Points: 12/6/18

Here are today’s news and links:

Rangers News:

  • Brett Cyrgalis examines how New York’s defensive prospects in AHL Hartford are faring (NY Post)
  • Cyrgalis also caught up with Alexandar Georgiev to hear his thoughts on getting demoted to Hartford for the third time this season (NY Post)
  • Colin Stephenson relays word that Pavel Buchnevich could be one of three players who returns to the lineup Saturday night in Florida (Newsday)
  • Sean Hartnett opines that the Rangers should honor more Rangers greats from generations past (WFAN)
  • Dave Shapiro takes a look at which line combinations and defensive pairings have worked through two months of hockey (Blue Seat Blogs)
  • Brian Paget previews what Seattle’s arrival in the NHL will mean for the Blueshirts (Elite Sports NY)
  • Nicholas Zararis states what we can take away from the William Nyander saga (Blue Line Station)
  • Steve Paulus reflects on the yellow brick road Matt Beleskey took before arriving on Broadway (Blue Line Station)/

Around the NHL:

  • Elliotte Friedman authors another edition of 31 Thoughts (Sportsnet)
  • Tim Booth reports that with the NHL’s arrival in Seattle official, the final projection on KeyArena renovations will be $850 million (NBC Sports)
  • Matt Larkin explains why Seattle could follow suit as another unexpectedly successful first year expansion team (The Hockey News)/