Found February 14, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
from Mike Sielski of the Wall Street Journal, The first potential obstacle is obvious. The team’s recent gush of goals may not have erased the organization’s concern that it will struggle to score once the postseason begins. Former NHL coach and executive Pierre McGuire, who now analyzes the league for NBC Sports and the NBC Sports Network, said that “in a perfect world, the Rangers would add a bona fide game-breaker” to a team that entering Tuesday ranked 11th in the NHL in goals per game. In recent interviews, McGuire and other league insiders have mentioned several players who might be available before the Feb. 27 trading deadline and who could improve the Rangers’ offense, among them Columbus’s Rick Nash and Jeff Carter, and Phoenix’s Ray Whitney. (A team spokesman said in an email that the Rangers “don’t comment on rumors/speculation.”)... In the always-unpredictable NHL postseason, though, even a minimal flaw can cost a team a chance at the Stanley Cup. Since the 1994 playoff...
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