Glen Sather: Don’t Blink, They Won’t Even Miss You At All

March 22nd, 2010 by Doug Gausepohl Leave a reply »
The New York Rangers may have quite possibly played their last important game of the season on Sunday. 

And just like many other important games during the Glen Sather era, they lost it.

This goes without saying, but New York expects winning.  And why do they expect winning?  Because they have the money and notoriety necessary to bring in the right players to make a winning club. 

The Rangers are no different.  They have those same resources, and are expected by their fans and the media to use them responsibly and wisely. 

They don't have the highest payroll in the league.  Far from it actually, as their current cap hit is only the 11th highest in the NHL.  Pretty middle of the road.

But as far as underachievement goes?  The Rangers lead the league in that category.

The man in the picture is to blame.  Mr. Glen Sather has been the general manager of the Rangers for 10 years too long in Blueshirt Land.

He whisked away beloved Rangers such as Adam Graves and Brian Leetch in the beginning of his tenure, while bringing in high-profile players such as Ale ...

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