Brad Richards is taking to life as a big star in New York quite well.
He's showing up in Page Six for squiring starlets around town on his nights off and leading the Rangers to wins when he's working, something that's known as Jetering around these parts. Well, it's not really known as Jetering, but it should be especially when the Rangers are as hot as they are right now.
Richards broke a tie on Long Island with just under five minutes to play with a slap shot from the point and the Rangers added an empty netter to beat the Islanders 4-2 on Tuesday night.
That makes it seven straight wins for the Blueshirts and a second straight game with a goal for Richards who has shown a knack for coming up with points late in games.
That's why he's the owner of a shiny nine-year contract with the Rangers and it is part of the reason why the Rangers have been streaking their way through the NHL of late.
They desperately needed an infusion of the kind of talent that Richards brings to the ice, ...