Bantering Points: 10/25/18

Here are today’s news and links:

Rangers News:

  • Larry Brooks discusses how David Quinn yelling at his team during practice has impacted them his players (NY Post)
  • Brooks also gave his take on what Jeff Gorton should do with Kevin Hayes moving forward (NY Post)
  • Barbara Barker heard from Henrik Lundqvist about the team’s mindset heading into their road trip against the Western Conference’s elite team from half a decade ago (Newsday)
  • Sean Hartnett argues that Neal Pionk’s career is shaping up to be a long and prosperous one (WFAN)
  • Dave Shapiro ponders what the future holds for Tony DeAngelo (Blue Seat Blogs)
  • Dominick Renna argues that the Rangers should stay away from RFA forward William Nylander at all costs ^Jack’s Recommended Read of the Day^ (Elite Sports NY)
  • Steve Paulus cautions that New York’s five goal outburst against the Panthers doesn’t mean that their goal scoring woes are behind them (Blue Line Station)
  • Nicholas Zararis examines where Cristoval Nieves, Matt Beleskey, and Freddy Claesson fit on the roster once they return to action (Blue Line Station)
  • Media Availability: David Quinn (4:40) and Brett Howden (2:22) (Official Team Site)/

Around the NHL:

  • Ottawa Senators’ defenseman Mark Borowiecki has been suspended one game for elbowing Boston Bruins’ defenseman Urho Vaakanainen on Tuesday (TSN)
  • Abbey Mastracco relays word that former Rangers’ forward Brian Boyle’s cancer is officially in remission (North Jersey)
  • Jared Clinton highlights Chicago’s strong start as a sign that they could be one of this season’s surprise teams (The Hockey News)/