Bantering Points: 11/27/16

After defeating the Philadelphia Flyers on Friday afternoon, the Rangers have successfully made the trip back to Madison Square Garden, and will take the ice tonight against the Ottawa Senators. Here are today's news and links:

Rangers News:

  • Larry Brooks spoke with Matt Puempel about his time in Ottawa after yesterday's win, and Puempel did not speak kindly of the Senators (NY Post)
  • Justin Tasch breaks down how Michael Grabner has been one of many successful summer signings by New York (NY Daily News)
  • Pat from BSB points out that despite coming away with two points, the Rangers should not look at Friday's game as a quality win (Blue Seat Blogs)
  • Tom Urtz Jr discusses how Oscar Lindberg is about to become a valuable trade chip for New York (Blueshirt Bulletin)
  • Leah Dyck examines how Jimmy Vesey's Time on Ice has affected his production this season, and what it means going forward (The Hockey Writers)
  • Dhiren Mahiban passes along word that former Ranger Brandon Prust has left the Toronto Maple Leafs, and will be signing with the Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers in Germany (The Hockey News)
  • Matt Calamia interviewed various members of the 2005-2006 Rangers, and asked about their thoughts and reactions to Marek Malik's incredible shootout goal (Official Team Site)
  • Calamia also previewed tonight's meeting with the Ottawa Senators (Official Team Site)

Around the NHL:

  • Ian Mendes writes that Senators' coach Guy Boucher has elected not to respond to the comments made by his former player (TSN)
  • Rory Boylen speculates what Brent Burns' new contract could mean for the 2017 crop of unrestricted free agent defenseman (Sportsnet)
  • James O'Brien shares a scary moment from last night's Maple Leafs-Canadiens game, as Washington's head coach Barry Trotz took a puck to the head (NBC Sports)/