Rangers News and Notes: Afternoon Edition

Here are some news and notes this afternoon, since the Giants are getting their hats handed to them, maybe some of you are looking to hockey to save you. I am here to help:

The Toronto Star talks about Michael Del Zotto's memorable trip to the Air Canada Centre.

Slam! Sports up in Canada is also talking about our Zots.

This article is mostly about the Islanders, but it mentions that now that the Outhouse Project has likely been flushed, if the Fish Sticks were to move to Brooklyn or Queens, they would likely need to pay the Rangers a territorial fee. I love it, start passing the hat, Uniondale.

This one is a couple of days old, but NESN talks about how Marian Gaborik and Vinny Prospal have brought scoring back to Broadway.

Sportsnet.ca talks about the success of the new stars on Broadway.

Finally, some news off the "tweets"

From Andrew Gross:

Tortorella says a certain amount of frustration has crept into Christopher Higgins' game. Plus, the left wing has stopped taking shots.

Sean Avery skating on Chris Drury's second line at practice with RW Ryan Callahan.

From Jim Cerny:

Several players, and Torts, believe that playing an elite team like Sharks tomorrow will hold attention and focus better than it's been

Torts on recent play: "Every team goes through this, these concentration problems..we're trying to go up this way b4 we hit a bump"