Found July 15, 2012 on
Our fearless leader posted today how slow the hockey news world is.
Unfortunately, this is especially true when it comes to the New York Rangers. Sure, there have been some minor signings but certainly nothing to go crazy about.
With all of that said, I am here to tell you that I have not forgotten about you guys and Ranger happenings. I will continue to do my best to stay on top of what is going on and to provide you folks with the latest news and notes on all things Blueshirts.
Keep on enjoying the summer folks!
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What do you want people to know about you through the Body Issue?
BR: I want to show how much work we put into our sport. I think if people saw the injuries that go untalked...
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