Are the New York Rangers on the Right Track for a Parade of Their Own?

November 6th, 2009 by Rob Cristino Leave a reply »

The New York City crowd was filled with excitement, while never-ending confetti fell from the sky during the New York Yankees' ticker-tape parade on Friday morning. The buzz generating from the crowd was incredible, as the Yankees rode down the Canyon of Heroes waving to the endless sea of supporters.

After watching the Yankees celebrate their 2009 World Series victory over the Philadelphia Phillies, one can’t help but wonder when the next New York Rangers' Stanley Cup Parade might be.

How long will it take before the Rangers bring Lord Stanley back to New York?

It’s been quite a while since the Rangers have last hoisted the Stanley Cup over their heads, 15 years to be exact (going on 16 years, if the Rangers fail to capture the Cup in the 2009-10 season).

Do the Rangers currently have the right tools to compete with the top teams in the NHL?

General Manager Glen Sather reconstructed his team dramatically during the 2009 offseason, addressing the major need of the organization...the struggling o ...

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