Found November 06, 2011 on
… well deserved for MDZ who has been playing his butt off as of late. Getting back on defense and not staying up in the o-zone rush is what catches my eye more lately than ever when it comes to Del Zotto’s game. Now if we can get him to stop passing the puck so [...]
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Michael Del Zotto had an extremely promising rookie season during
the 2009-10 season recording nine goals and 28 assists as a 19-year-old. With that display the expectations for the New
York Rangers defender were sky high going into his sophomore season. Instead Del Zotto has his play deteriorate to
the point that he was healthy scratched at the NHL level and demoted to...
It’s a good look for him. He scored a beauty of a goal in the first period and also logged over 27 minutes of ice time in the Rangers 5-3 win. Really impressed with MDZ’s effort tonight. Photo Courtesy of Pat Leonard, and the Daily News.
This isn't the greatest video of it, but I am loving the post game celebratory handshake between Brian Boyle, Brandon Prust and Michael Del Zotto......hope HBO's 24/7 chronicles how they came up with it.Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at email@example.com.
A week after Brad Richards set straight a struggling Derek Stepan by advising him to not overthink and just play, Steve Zipay at Blue Notes reports that Richards has now begun mentoring Michael Del Zotto on and off the ice..."I think it grew together before I approached both players," John Tortorella said. "I have so much respect for Brad Richards, knowing what it...