from Larry Brooks of the NY Post,
This is the organization Rangers fans have dreamed of for generations — one that is rich in blue-blooded, blue-collar laborers who come to work with a single-minded sense of purpose that honors the season ticket-holders who pay the very expensive freight.
In New York, we expect our top athletes to make top dollar. All we expect in return is effort. That’s what this town is assured of getting from this group of Rangers that has evolved into a self-sustaining, self-governing body that quite cheerfully turned last week’s informal skates into a mini-Tortorella obstacle course in preparation for an accelerated camp scheduled to begin today.
“I’m not saying we’re the only team that approached it this way, but I’m proud of the hard work our guys have been doing,” general manager Glen Sather told The Post. “There are a lot of variables, a lot that can happen in a short season like this one, but one thing you can count on with this team is how m...