New York Rangers: What Their Next Plans Should Be

March 22nd, 2010 by Greg Caggiano Leave a reply »
The vast majority of New York Rangers fans have written off this season as a failure, and that they will not make the playoffs. I am part of that majority.

There can be a bright side to this, however, and that is all of us wanted a rebuild at some point in time and this season is close as anything to a rebuild that any New York team can accomplish.

We got to see the development of Michael Del Zotto and Artem Anisimov, along with the further development of Marc Staal.

What needs to happen the rest of the way is as follows, and keep in mind I am not yet looking ahead to the off-season, just what I want to see accomplished in the remaining ten games.


1. Fire John Tortorella and Mike Sullivan.

Both of their tenures with the Rangers can be classified as one thing—a joke. A complete and utter circus is what these two have been responsible for.

Remember when Tom Renney was in charge, and Mike Pelino and Perry Pearn were his assistants? We knew clearly what everybody’s job was. Pearn ran the powerplay, Pelino ran the penalty kill.

What exactly does Mike Sullivan do ...

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