Bantering Points: 7/4/24

Here are today's news and links:

Rangers News:

Mollie Walker notes that after all the bluster about major changes that came out of New York's front office following yet another Eastern Conference Final defeat, the group of players that take the ice on opening night next season will look awfully similar to the ones that fell short last season (NY Post)

Bridget Reilly caught up with Brennan Othmann at Rangers' prospect camp and chatted about his goal of making the NHL roster in the fall (NY Post)

Denis Gorman highlights Gabe Perreault's performance at prospect camp as the 2023 first round pick gets set to embark on his sophomore season at Boston College (Newsday)

Vincent Mercogliano offers his takeaways from prospect camp (LoHud)

Sam Henes discusses how the Blueshirts' precarious salary cap situation will force the team to run it back with a larger part of last year's team than most imagined they would (The Hockey Writers)

Peter Baugh pu$hed out a puff piece regarding the Jacob Trouba trade/non trade $ituation as the Ranger$ now seek to do $ome damage control with their captain (The Athletic)

Around the NHL:

The Detroit Red Wings agreed to a two year, $9.5 million contract with forward Vladimir Tarasenko (Sportsnet)

Jessica Campbell was named assistant coach of the Seattle Kraken, becoming the first woman to be behind the bench in a coaching position in NHL history (NBC Sports)