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The Rangers reported that Ryan Callahan did not practice this morning due to a sore foot. John Tortorella says he's not sure if the Rangers captain be in the line-up tomorrow....noticed Callahan skating gingerly to the bench after blocking a shot against the Devils Monday night. Please God don't make it another broken bone for Callahn during the final month of the season.
The Rangers also note that John Scott took part in his first practice with the Rangers since being acquired by the team on Monday. Here's the proof (via Rangers Twitter account)...
...as if the 6' 8" Scott didn't already look like Big Bird, they decide to put him in a yellow uniform? That must have been a joke.
After practice Tortorella said despite the Scott acquisition, he will not be changing the lineup unless there's an injury....someone show the new guy Wolski's old seat in the press box.Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at ...
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The Chicago Blackhawks acquired defenseman Johnny Oduya from the Winnipeg Jets in exchange for second and third round picks in next year's draft.
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CHICAGO (AP) -- The Chicago Blackhawks are shuffling their defense, picking up veteran Johnny Oduya from the Winnipeg Jets and sending John Scott to the New York Rangers.
The Rangers made one trade before the NHL dealing deadline, landing hulking defenseman John Scott from the Chicago Blackhawks, but not coveted Columbus forward Rick Nash. After weeks of rumors and speculation, the price tag for Nash -- the Blue Jackets captain -- proved to be too high for the Eastern Conference-leading Rangers to give in to before Monday's deadline.