GLEN SATHER RUMORS & GOSSIP
Glen Sather looks like Joe McGrath from Slapshot
GM Glen Sather's avoids having to take his cigar out once again, player's feelings spared as well. Everybody wins.#187172436 / gettyimages.comFun fact: Mats Zuccarello lead the New York Rangers in scoring during the regular season last year with 59 points. It was also his first full NHL season, and represented Norway for the second time in the Olympics."Zuke",...
In the aftermath of the free agent frenzy of last Tuesday, it appears that a lot of you (and us, actually) have some pretty strong feelings, mostly negative. Given that Glen Sather is working with a $69M cap hit and roughly every single Ranger succumbing to free agency, I won’t sit here and make a […]
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In just a few short hours, the 2013-2014 New York Rangers were blown apart. Usually it’s GM Glen Sather that flashes the power of the dollar as he plucks key contributors away from other top teams on July 1, but yesterday it was the Blueshirts that were victimized by the league’s annual spending spree. The unfortunate […]
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from Andrew Gross of Ranger Rants,
Rangers GM Glen Sather provided a realistic assessment on the Rangers’ chances of retaining all their free agents after the team made its seven selections in rounds 2-7 Saturday at the Wells Fargo Center.
To paraphrase, they’re not good, and that was even before Sather said the NHL general managers were taken somewhat by surprise by...
I hope you all enjoyed report card week. In case you missed any of them, be sure to check out the report cards for the goaltending, top six forwards, defense, bottom six forwards, and coaches. This will be the final report card for Glen Sather and the hockey operations staff. It’s rather difficult to grade the […]
from Larry Brooks of the New York Post,
General manager Glen Sather and his staff have the responsibility of bolstering the personnel to attain the three victories by which the Rangers came up short, and without first-rounders for the next two seasons — gone to Tampa Bay in the deadline deal that brought Marty St. Louis into New Yorkers’ lives — to either regenerate the...
The New York Rangers returned home Monday evening, a team clearly at the crossroads of their thus far underachieving season. Following back to back shutout losses, a controversial tweet that set the organization into spin mode, and with the trade deadline just days away, General Manager Glen Sather has to decide quickly what is needed [...]
For years I couldn’t stand Glen Sather. The man steadfastly refused to stop star chasing and as a result the Rangers failed to make any progress, stuck as a perennial borderline playoff team and incapable of putting together a true contender.
Sather learned his lesson and now just as stubbornly refuses to abandon his plan of sticking with youth by including prized youngsters...
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Rangers general manager Glen Sather is still having a tough time dealing with his top-seeded club's elimination in the Eastern Conference finals.
Sather, the architect of the Edmonton Oilers' dynasty teams in the 1980s, is still looking to build a champion in New York. He saw the Rangers reach the NHL final four, but they were knocked out in six games by the New Jersey Devils...
Via AP on Fox
May 30, 2012