Found July 13, 2012 on NY Rangers Blog:
So what does Chris Kreider do for an encore two days after signing every autograph request during The Big Assist IV charity hockey game? Sign more autographs of course.The Rangers Facebooked out this pic of Kreider at today's NYR Youth Hockey Camp......and Columbus thinks the Rangers are going to trade this kid to them for Nash. I don't think so.Jim Cerny over at Blueshirts United also caught up with Kreider during the event...***Meanwhile, Victoria Matiash at ESPN.com reports that there is no real cause for concern that Michael Del Zotto wil not re-sign with the Rangers.Yesterday, I posted that the Rangers were working on a multi-year deal with the young defenseman....not concerned at all. They either have a young, talented power play quarterback or they trade him for Nash, Ryan or Weber. Sounds like a win/win to me.Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at ...
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