The Buffalo Sabres are widely expected to select Swedish defenceman Rasmus Dahlin with the first overall pick in next month's NHL Draft. While trying not to get too far ahead of himself, Sabres centre Jack Eichel said Monday he's excited by the prospect..
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For the first time in days, Brendan O'Callaghan's parents have seen him smile.
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Vince Pedrie saw several close friends get the call that they were heading to New York during his first full season as a professional this past year with the Wo...
by: Yaron Steinbuch — New York Post 21 May
An 11-year-old boy who was seriously injured in last week’s deadly bus crash in New Jersey – asking his dad, “Am I going do die?” – has received a surprise gift from the New York Rangers,
by: Abbey Mastracco, Staff Writer, @AbbeyMastracco — North Jersey 21 May
Behind the story of the touching gesture.
by: Larry Brooks — New York Post 21 May
Two observations about the Rangers’ search that yielded David Quinn as the club’s presumptive next head coach, pending an announcement of a signed-and-sealed contract that should come by
by: Ariya Jutanugarn , Gregory Shamus/Getty Images — TSN 21 May
Ariya Jutanugarn arrived at Kingsmill Championship with no expectations, and it was a strategy that paid off handsomely. The 22-year-old Thai star birdied the second hole of a playoff Sunday to win the LPGA Tour event for the second time in three years.
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Quinn will reportedly replace Alain Vigneault behind the Rangers bench
by: Joe Pantorno — Metro News 20 May
The Blueshirts have reportedly found their man.
by: Sean O'Leary — The Score 19 May
The New York Rangers will hire Boston University's David Quinn as their next head coach, Rick Carpiniello of The Athletic reports.There are still details to work out, however, and an official announcement isn't expected until Rangers general manager Jeff.
by: NEAL E. BOUDETTE — NY Times 19 May
Quinn, 51, would come to the Rangers after five years as the head coach at B.U., where his teams made the N.C.A.A. tournament four times and lost in the national title game in 2015.