Bantering Points: 3/7/19

Here are today’s news and links:

Rangers News:

  • Greg Joyce notes that the league’s decision to rescind Mika Zibanejad’s major penalty doesn’t make the Rangers feel any better about it (NY Post)
  • Colin Stephenson heard about the team’s frustration in their inability to be on the right side of one goal games (Newsday)
  • Dave Shapiro offered his thoughts on the team as they play out the stretch (Blue Seat Blogs)
  • Steve Paulus details how Tuesday night’s loss to Dallas will help the Blueshirts’ draft position (Blue Line Station)
  • $hayna Goldman identifie$ the tendencie$ that have defined Jeff Gorton’$ tenure since $ucceeding Glen $ather a$ general manager (The Athletic)
  • Jess Isner recaps the action from yesterday’s practice session (Official Team Site)/

Around the NHL:

  • Wayne Scanlan lists ten possible candidates to succeed Guy Boucher as head coach of the Ottawa Senators (Sportsnet)
  • Less than a year after the organization lost ten players to the devastating bus crash, the Humboldt Broncos have qualified for the SJHL playoffs (TSN)
  • Ken Campbell argues that Boston Bruins’ forward David Backes’ self-declared transition from power forward to enforcer won’t end well for himself, the Bruins, and the league as a whole (The Hockey News)
  • Much like offseason winners that get crowned in July, the trade deadline winners anointed every February aren’t usually the teams skating with the Stanley Cup in June (NBC Sports)/