If you’ve been coming here for a while, then you know we very rarely call out management decisions. It’s not our style. We question, we find positives, we find reasons, and while we may not agree with a transaction, we discuss and move on. This is one of those rare occurrences where I tried, but […]
The post So how bad is Tanner Glass going to be? appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
Now that the roster is finally taking shape, and the pieces are starting to fall into place, the main questions are about the line combinations and kids making the roster. Signings like Tanner Glass and Lee Stempniak add flexibility to a roster that was almost 100% reliant on kids making the roster, while all of […]
The post The realistic opening night NYR roster appeared first...
Earlier today Kevin wrote a piece in which he broke down what he called the “curious case” of Tanner Glass. Largely, I understand what he was trying to do. Just as in my “Retain or Release” articles, Kevin wanted to present the best arguments he could to, while highlighting some issues, bring hope for success in regards to Tanner Glass’ upcoming tenure with the Rangers...
I’ve got to be honest, when the Rangers signed Tanner Glass I didn’t know too much about the guy. I loved the idea of bringing in some sandpaper, especially after trading away Derek Dorsett along with Dan Carcillo’s future with the Blueshirts cloudy at best. However, three years at $1.45 million per seemed excessive for a guy Penguin fans seemed way too excited about landing...
The bottom six continues to alter in Pittsburgh as another member of the team over the past few years which served in that capacity moves on with Tanner Glass heading to the New York Rangers.Go ahead, read the rest »
#NHLJets have talked to pending UFA Tanner Glass about a possible return during the wooing period. He won't be returning to #Pens
— Ken Wiebe (@WiebeSunSports) June 27, 2014
How about Pittsburgh Penguins forward Tanner Glass?! Quite possibly the most improved player on the entire team. Glass was dreadful last season, only tallying two points wasn't as big as a physical presence as the Pens were hoping for. After all, Glass was making $1.5 million per-year and the expectations were for him to be a good third-or-fourth line player.Go ahead, read the rest »
A Tanner Glass postgame interview Saturday night on Root Sports was videbombed by … well, a dongshot. The Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Calgary Flames 2-1 on Saturday, and Glass had an assist in the game. He was interviewed after the contest, but the interviewer chose a poor location nearby what looked like the training room. […]
Shero brought in Tanner Glass last season, he was looking for a solid 4th line
contributor -- someone with some versatility and physical toughness at a
relative bargain. In his years with
Vancouver and Winnipeg, Glass scored a handful of goals but was mainly known
for his physical presence. That puts him
in a large pool of potential 4th line players like Craig...
Tanner Glass offered to replace jerseys with his old number with jerseys with his new number after he offered up his old number to the newly acquired Brenden Morrow.