Found March 25, 2013 on
from Stephen Whyno of the Washington Times,
“If we can agree to a long-term [contract], then I’ll be more than happy to stay here,” Ribeiro said. “But I don’t know if I’m looking for two years and change place and then another two years. I don’t think I want that. So we’ll see what we’re going to come to.”
What does long-term mean to Ribeiro?
“Five years for me is long term,” he said. “Two, three years I don’t think it’s long term. It’s short-term. Two, three is short term. Four, five, six [is] long-term. Then 10 years like Ovi, that’s a marriage thing.”
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Only three points separated the New York Rangers and Washington Capitals in the Eastern Conference standings. Both teams are in a fight to skate through the door that leads to the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and the two teams met at Madison Square Garden with the Rangers looking for the three game regular season sweep. As former [...]
The New York Rangers (15-13-2) host the Washington Capitals (14-16-1) at Madison Square Garden starting at 7:00 p.m. For a preview go to Yahoo! Sports.
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