Found February 27, 2012 on Ranger Nation:
PLAYERS: Glen Sather
TEAMS: New York Rangers
New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has acquired defenseman John Scott from Chicago in exchange for a fifth round pick in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft. Scott, 29, has skated in 140 career regular season contests in four seasons with Minnesota and Chicago, registering one goal and [...]

Sather "Absolutely" Expects Kreider to Leave BC

Larry Brooks at the New York Post echoes what I posted about Chris Kreider on the blog yesterday, that he'll be leaving Boston College when their season is over.Glen Sather responded "absolutely" when Brooks asked him if he expects Kreider to leave BC after this his junior year.Brooks then asked if the Rangers intend/expect to sign Kreider in time for him to play this...

Who is the depth forward if no moves are made?

Let’s be real here, there is a significant chance that Glen Sather and the brain trust that surrounds him decide to not make any moves at the deadline. If that is the case, then the Rangers are going to look to the CT Whale to provide some depth in case of an injury. As the Rangers already have a spare defenseman, there are two types of injuries for the Rangers that would require...

Kreider Going Pro After Boston College Season?

During Glen Sather's post trade deadline press conference he said this about the Rangers depth at forward (via the Daily News)..."We're fine with it, and we have kids in the minors as well. And we have some other people that are gonna probably turn pro at the end of the school year."...whoever could Sather be talking about? Assuming not 2007 draft pick Danny Hobbs...

Rangers should not trade for Nash

When it comes to Glen Sather, the Rangers GM has never been afraid to acquire big-name players in his 11 seasons in New York. With the trade deadline finally upon us, Sather once again has an opportunity to acquire a superstar. This time, it comes in the form of Columbus Blue Jackets franchise player Rick Nash.While there is no doubting Nash's talent and his ability to produce...

Deadline Day: What Rangers May Look to Add, Not Add

Sooooo it hasn't exactly been the most exciting 24 hours leading up to the 2012 NHL Trade Deadline, but with the clock ticking down as we near closer to the 3 p.m. mark, trades will be made - they always are. However, in both the Eastern and Western Conferences, very few teams are out of playoff contention right now, and they are hesitant when it comes to letting go of marquee...

Rangers Dropping Out On Rick Nash; Won’t Sell The Farm For Him

… give Glen Sather a TON of credit. He knows how to make trades and doesn’t get taken advantage of when wheeling and dealing around the deadline.  Scott Howson is trying to not only take the Rangers arm and leg in this deal but he always wants their other arm and leg as well. Great [...]

The affected few

The Rangers passed through the trade deadline with very little change but plenty of rumour. If you’re in the Larry Brooks camp you’ll have noted that Glen Sather offered half the organisation (comic exaggeration) for Rick Nash. If you’re tending to listen to Glen Sather’s rarely spoken word you’ll believe the reports regarding the Rick Nash proposal were exaggerated (sensationalizing by...

Rangers obtain Scott from Blackhawks

Share New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has acquired defenseman John Scott from Chicago in exchange for a fifth round pick in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft. Scott, 29, h...

Rangers trade for winger on ice

The situation can change before the 3 p.m. trade deadline if Rangers general manager Glen Sather unexpectedly changes course and yields to Columbus’ demands for Rick Nash, but it does not appear as if Nash will be Broadway-bound before the Devils come to the Garden tonight for the latest...

GM on Nash: Didn't want to dismantle Rangers

Rangers general manager Glen Sather had conversations with the Jackets about trading for superstar winger Rick Nash, but no deal was consummated because Sather didn't want to "dismantle" his team.

Rangers Quiet/Ready for Tonight

It appears that the 2012 NHL Trade Deadline has come and gone for the New York Rangers, with the team having acquired defenseman John Scott from the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for a fifth-round draft pick. So now, the Blueshirts will go forward with the team they currently have as team general manager Glen Sather and team head coach John Tortorella are showing that they believe...

Rangers land Scott, then beat Devils 2-0 at MSG

Instead of throwing down players, prospects and picks for Blue Jackets captain Rick Nash before a 2-0 win over the Devils Monday night, Rangers GM Glen Sather made one simple deal at the NHL trade deadline for a versatile 6-8 defenseman who drops the gloves.

Who Columbus Wanted From The Rangers

from Larry Brooks of the NY Post, Maybe Scott Howson read the standings upside down. Maybe the Blue Jackets general manager thought his team was first overall in the NHL rather than 30th, and maybe he thought the Rangers were last instead of first in the Eastern Conference and first in the league in points-per-game. Perhaps that explains why Howson acted with a sense of entitlement...

Nash stays with Blue Jackets; Rangers acquire Scott from Blackhawks

There is no doubt that Glen Sather lusted to bring Rick Nash to New York, but when the Rangers’ general manager stuck to his guns in resisting Columbus’ demands that the package in return would have to include either Ryan McDonagh or Michael Del Zotto plus either Derek Stepan or...
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