Found July 16, 2012 on The Rangers Tribune:
Just wanted to give everyone a heads up that I will be out of the country on vacation for the next five days and will not be updating the blog, unless something major happens such as a Rick Nash trade for example (I highly doubt that it will).  Also, when I get back, I will be on the hunt for fans out there that are interested in writing for the blog during next season. I will be starting college come September and already knowing my schedule, it will be near impossible to run this thing on my own. I want to snatch up some of the best writing talents I can find and make The Rangers Tribune the best Rangers blog out there for the 2012-13 season (if such a season exists). But I'll have much more on that next week.  Peace!
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